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The college is on the expensive side compared to other colleges probably making it non-accessible to a certain part of the crowd. BBA was still nominal but Media courses are heavily charged along with journalism and such. Morning B.Com is much reasonable that evening courses
For me, my future was M.B.A so the course was like a life savoir, keeping the curriculum in par with the P.G material. It gave me an added advantage for i did not have to study to absolutely opposite topics. I could simultaneously prepare for my CAT, XAT and GMAT , not only that but even in my period with Symbiosis, i could correlate with every subject to a certain extent.
This is slightly on the expensive side but worth every penny of it. However there are scholarships available so deserving candidates can get their fee waived up to 75%
Excellent. There was a lot of field work to do and this helped us get exposure to the industry. Internship was compulsory. Most of the students joined the company they interned in
It was on the higher side as it was a private college compared to other colleges. Since there was more lab work and practicals this added on to this fees. Fees had to be paid per year and we had an option of 2 instalments.
Very creative only batch which was offered a dual degree. Clinical nutrition,food service management,basic journalism,basic psychology we had to choose,cake architecture etc.
Fee structure was very feasible for me. It was around 8000 per semester. However, there was a minimum deposit amount that we had to pay. However, there were several endowments for the deserving candidates which were offered by the Vaishnav community. However, for courses such as Visual Communication & Electronic Communication, The fee structure is different and is believed to be expensive. The most important part of the campus is the peer group and the kind of co-learning they bring about to the whole process of learning.
The course curriculum is elaborate. It ranges from English literature, Business Communication, Radiography, Audiography, alternate elective in terms of Banking, Computing, computer coding, graphic designing, PR, Corporate Communication etc.
For regular, Indian students, the fee structure is normal. However, for the non resident Indian students, the fees are exorbitant. It is almost three times the regular fees that are being paid for Indians.
30000 per semester separate fee for conferences we attend exam fee would be separate around 200 no other extra hidden fee. Rs 30000 would include tution fee lab fee etcaccommation to be taken care of not aware of anything else.
I'm not sure about the Hostel the fees of this college is related to the facilities provided.
The course curriculum is good and based on madras university the faculty were well experienced and very knowledgeable.