When I was enrolled with Jesus & Mary College, fee structure was feasible to all students as we never faced any problem with it. There were various scholarships available to help needy students. I have no idea of the situation now as its long when I last visited the college.
Studies in Jesus & Mary College has always been at par. With extremely talented and hardworking teachers, it was a great help to all the students. One thing I must say, attendance culture was very strict which was helpful for students to put their attentions and priorities towards studies. I am thankful to my college, because of which I am earning a handsome salary and good reputation in corporate world.
Fee structure is very feasible. Fees vary from course to course. Fees is between the range of minimum Rs.6,000 to at the max Rs.18,000. Also there are concessions for students under sport's quota, below poverty line etc. Fees is very less and feasible compared to any other universities in Delhi.
The fee structure is minimal. Very feasible. The fees per year is around 11k which is fine. It includes maintenance, admission fee, academics , fund for our annual fest etc. Money is also used to make the infrastructure better. Food isnt included but very well available for the students in the college.
The course curriculum is same all over Delhi University. And I am very hapy with the course structure. It covers all aspects from general to specific. A student who is confused between , say, HR or finance or marketing can make up their mind easily.
College education is cheap it was not expensive back in 2002.
Fees structure was feasible enough to support. Not very expensive but compared to other colleges in north campus it was costlier than the colleges in north campus.
Course includes Economics, accountancy, law, business studies, Statistics, Maths as subsidiary subject. Contents were good enogh to give you working knowledge of the subject.
The fee structure was feasible however in comparison to other DU colleges it was on the higher side. The college was also collecting an additional amount from the fee to build their amphitheater.
Interesting studied the sociological theories and their application in todays society concepts related to Hierarchy, family tree, gender, matriarchal societies were thought provoking.
The fees structure in Delhi University is extremely nominal. When is was doing my Bachelors degree the most expensive college was St Stephens at an annual fees of Rs.16, 000/-pa including hostel accommodation. The yearly fees for my college was Approx Rs.8, 000/-
My course curriculum included all aspects of my two majors Psychology and Sociology. It also included subjects like gender equality which helped us widen our thinking patterns.
Very nominal fee is charged for the course ranging from 8.5k to 12k per year hostel was not available in the college, so those expenses are separste.
Course curriculum is almost similar in all colleges for B.Com(h). You just get 1-2 options to chose which depends on the candidate choice subjects mainly include la, mathematics, english, computer, economics, business management, financial management, ethics.
The fees is very affordable. It is 12000 rupees for a year.
The course in my first semester was very vast. I had subjects like business law,microeconomics,financial accounting and environmental studies.
The yearly fees is maximum Rs. 5000. Although, the structure varies from course to course but the maximum ammount a year is 5k.
Delhi Univeristy's curriculum for English literature is know to be one of the finest in the world. It develops the capabilities of each student to great extent.