The fee structure depends upon the course and also if it is autonomous or government based so it helps with for people who have courses with government base. for government base the course fee structure decreases with the rate of 50% and also with people of scheduled classes and scheduled backward classes.
The course cirruculum was too lengthy to process and also the syllabus required alot of time. The syllabus had to be required from the college library which was than taken by xerox and also it was fairly informative and the library was filled with boks from international authors.
The fee structure is relaxed since the course was added. As memory serves I will try to focus as much as possible. For First Year I remember paying INR 12000/- For the Second year I paid almost the same amount For the Last year I had paid approx. INR 14000/-. These were just the tuition fees. Lab breakage charges, journal charges, and notes were billed separately to us. Also, the payment for the journals was not much, so we were not burning holes in our parents pockets.
Course curriculum was as per guidelines set by Mumbai University. More than the course curriculum I would say that the teachers were great in delivering the curriculum. In details is not possible since all teachers were equal in delivering the subject given to them.
The fee structure when i joined college was not very expensive. I remember paying around 15,000 for a term and that was quite reasonable for the kind of infrastructure and education the college was providing. Also Jai Hind has a very reputed name and for a college of that stature i think the fee structure was quite reasonable
The course curriculum was pretty structured with the basics being taught in the first year and the second year was to build further on the same and the final year was the application of the basics and also do research projects to apply the theory. The final year curriculum involved a lot of practicals in which you had to apply theory that you had learnt in the first three years
The fee structure was very much feasible. The total cost came to a figure of 22000 for a year + a 1000 rupees for wifi fees. The fees were also divided among the gymkhana (a gym + recreation area), lab facilities etc. It was definitely affordable and had no complaints.
The course curriculum follows the syllabus perfectly. They do have extra curricular activities involving Android courses which teach you how to create apps and also have many internships along the way. The course curriculum is taught well and the reference books are available readily in the library as well. It is a good curriculum covering all the necessary topics as per university.
No, the fees were very much reasonable i.e. 20 k per year which is quite cheap and the quality of teaching and facilities that were provided were way above that totally worth it. I completed my graduation in 60 thousand rupees which is very cheap and the college gives out much more then the fees.
The curriculum was quite interesting with subjects related to the financial markets for e.g. Derivatives, mutual funds, portfolio management, forex, etc. It will definitely interest those who have a inclination towards the stock market and also who plan to learn about investing money in different alternatives.
The fees is very much affordable it is somewhere around sixteen thousand to twenty thousand per year. The books are also very cheap (approximately 150/- per book) there is an extra charge for Wifi in college premises library is free and accessible the fees has to be paid lump sum but in special cases provisions are made.
Joining BMS was the best decision that I have ever taken. Jai Hind's BMS offers a lot of activities in almost all the fields. There are various fests/programs run solely by the BMS department. This gives students a chance to become a leader and excel in their for.
Feasible fees. They kept in mind middle class kids and even though mine was a limited course, fees were reasonable. It was which people from different backgrounds could afford and the students too made everyone feel at home
It was a module based course. We had 6 semester, with 6 modules in each Sem. We had professionals teaching us who would balance work and teaching life along with personal.
The fee structure was feasible at my time. I think we paid somewhere between 10,000-15,000 every year. This was inclusive of sessions for both semesters.
The course was divided into 6 semesters - each semester had 6 subjects. In 3 years, we covered history, psychology, market research, organisational behaviour, principles of advertising, political science, effective communication skills, brand building, understanding cinema etc.
2000 pa for any meritorious admission which is nothing else but free. The fees are guided by the Mumbai university and also the education dept of the state of Maharashtra in India.
5years of which first two are junior college, next three years of senior college .Where you can pursue the course like CA MBA CS ICWA from the commerce course. The college faculty is excellent to guide anything you want to pursue.
The fee structure is comprehensive. It is 16000 rs and includes tuitions tuitions fees industrial visit exam fees I'd card fees and maintenance fees. The fees were very less compared to the qualify of education provided.
All round knowledge of all business management subjects.Electives were Financial management and investment analysis. Law, Marketing, Research, PR, banking etc