Around 13,000 per annum which is quite nominal according to me. College has 3 computer labs, the journalism block has A/C so their fees is a bit more than us. Auditorium which is magnificent. Auditorium has air conditioner which is a relief. The infrastructure of the college is brilliant.
The course is designed with utmost care, and is quite good. We even get to do research projects along with the regular academics. The course is designed to give us complete knowledge and the faculty is really great which helps us even more. Classes are held regularly.
The fee structure is very feasible. Colleges in Delhi university have a very feasible fee structure comprising from 4,000-25,000 yearly. Different courses have different fee structure , courses of commerce and arts have less fee than science courses since they use the laboratory .
I'm a commerce student pursuing B.Com and the faculty for commerce department is very good and humble. We've proper computer labs for the subject. We've projectors in every classroom thereby providing e-learning to all its students. All the students are asked to make presentation which helps in enhancing a students ability to deal with digital making.
The fee structure is feasible. At my year 2004 the fees was Rs 3000-Rs 4000. In third year the fees was more than the two years but not more than Rs 5000. At present I believe for arts and humanities subjects its Rs 9900 per year, but in all three years the fee is not same.
The fees are affordable (different from course to course, ranging from 6000-10000) per year. There are also scholarships and fee relaxations provided, once the respective offices are referred to.
The course structure has become more strenuous, as the current batch has to appear for five papers(including the elective subject) instead of the previously three papers (one core paper has been divided into two). There are three core papers in our course, one elective (we can choose any subject paper apart from our core subject) and one Skill Enhancing paper.
The fees for Journalism Hons was by far the most expensive out of all subjects in DU. If the other subjects were paying an annual fee of 5-6k, journalism students were paying an annual fee of 11k.
Our course BA Journalism (Hons) had a very impressive curriculum right from documentary film making, to writing news articles to social sciences, the environment studies, political science basically covering all aspects of knowledge areas and evrything that will make for a complete journalist. The faculty was well acquainted with the subjects, not only did they add to the theoretical approach to varied subjects bt also their experiences accounted for a thorough practical, on the job kind of knowledge.
The fee structure is feasible but no hostel facility make it very difficult for outstation students to rent the expensive PG(paying guest),Flats etcThe food is really good in the canteen.