It is feasible for most courses. For some like BBM, B.COM II, they are peaked.
Six semesters and six subjects in each. Gave me a funnel to filter out and analyse the business news vs rumour. A whole new world to know about. The curriculum makes it compulsory for one to be active on everything else happening on campus. Fests, celebrations, department fests. Everything great everything beautiful.
The fee structure is within budget and is approximately 54 per year.So if you can afford that much in a year then it is feasible to come to such an college.The fee structure is within budget and is approximately 54 per year.So if you can afford that much in a year then it is feasible to come to such an college.
The course curriculum is a bit tough and can be taken up by people pursuing a professional job like for instance to be a Chartered account ant or a company secretary.There are two batches one in the afternoon and one in the morning. Classes are having a duration of 5 hours with three breaks in between.
Yes the fee structure is pretty expensive . When compared to other college in Bangalore that offers this course , mcc charges around 90,000 where as the other college charges 10,000-15,000 . So it is little expensive on the pockets and not everybody can afford it.
The curriculum is very advanced and knowledgeable . It also helps in research work as it has a mini thesis that is supposed to be done . Electives can be taken apart from the subject you study .As in if you are doing a nutrition course you can take an HR or management subject .
It's not expensive . In 2002 I paid a lakh per year for my MBA course. In 1999 I paid approx 16k per semester for the BBM course . At that point in time it was the least expensive and very affordable. Infact students from around the world would come down to Bangalore and pursue their education from here.
Fee structure depends on the course you choose. It differs from arts, science and commerce. I wish they cut down the fee structure to some % for particular courses that's been increased now.
It was great. B.Com Industry Integrated was a new course offered and we were the 2nd batch. We had theory + practical which is 1 month internship after each semester. So it gave us lot of exposure to outter world and also face the world with confident. We were equivalent to MBA as we had 42 subjects which had Marketing (1 & 2), Finance and IT as electives to choose from. Apart from that we had to study French which was mandatory for 2yrs as a part of the curriculum.
It is a little expensive compared to the Government universities. My fees was around 45,000 which is usually around 25,000 in other universities. I think reducing the fee structure a liitle would be more feasible as this will help people from the poor background also to study in these colleges. Apart for this issue the college is brilliant.
The curriculum is very well spread out into different semestersso that we get a clear knowledge of what we are studying.since my course is biochemistry I have various subjects ranging for molecular biology to pharmaceutical chemistry.I find the curriculum to be distributed well and really helpful in the career point of view.
Fees is really worth it for the college reputation n the knowledge and also they help ppl who are financially not strong.