The fee structure is feasible. It is not a whopping sum as one would expect for one of the best college. The fees is much less than what one pays in school. The fees is never an issue in Delhi university college. The family is also isn't pressurised due to fees.
Very good, some great knowledge, great studying experience, very very friendly atmosphere and it's a college, not a pressure cooker. A great college to build your career and be a successful person. The curriculum helps us in knowing our strength and weakness, thus it is a great experience.
As of now the fee is around ₹15,000 per semester which comes to ₹30,000 a year or ₹90,000 for the whole course. Fees is low in srcc. Now it is 15000 per semester. It is quite feasible but still higher that that of other colleges in Delhi university because of its infrastructure and faculty. Other colleges have a fees of around 5000 per semester. Students belonging a lower income group can apply for the financial aids if they comply with the eligibility criteria.
Bcom (Hons) is one of the courses offered by the Delhi University which has the highest cut offs, the reason being the industry demand for this course is relatively more. The course throughout the three years equips the student with business acumen. You can also pursue courses like Charted Accountancy, Acturial Science, CS etc. The course provides detail knowledge in Accountancy, Economics, Law and Finance. It is an amalgamation of all the commerce related subjects. It gives the student to discover his interest which he was previously unaware of. The course focuses on the general awareness of the students as well. Most of the teachers allots their students assignment on the basis of ongoing ...
Although the fee was on a higher note as compared to other colleges in Delhi University, but if compared against the various benefits Shri Ram college has it is very nominal. The yearly average fee is INR 30,000/- inclusive of everything. Thus, it is really very much feasible and affordable.
I have pursued Bachelor in Commerce Honors from Shri Ram College of commerce, Delhi University. The course curriculum is really upto the mark. It teaches you in detail about every ABC thing involved in management of financials, economics, business, entrepreneurship, human resource etc.
Considering the amenities, except for he hostel part, the fees is nominal. The college has a good infrastructure- temperature controlled classrooms, projectors, good sports facilities, library, among other things. As compared to private institutes, the fee is very nominal. However, when one compares to other colleges in DU, SRCC may seem expensive at 17K/year.
SRCC has designed its course in an efficient manner everybody has opportunity to go in any management field after completion because they have included all possible management aspects in the curriculum like HR, Marketing, Accounts, Operations, Consultancy and more. There are only two courses available, B.Com (Hons) and B.A.(Hons) Economics, which means the institution specialises in what it provides.
If we compare from other college's fees srcc's fees is more but when we compare infrastructure of our college and others our's is far better than other's . Annual fees ranges from 25-30 k , in my view it should be less . It should be reduced around 5-10 k.
In SRCC only 2 courses aur taught at graduation level B.com(h) and eco (h). As far as my course is concerned it was different from simple b.com . We studied accountancy , taxation , management , marketing , maths , economics , hindi , computer political science , finance, costing and others .
The college fees being a government college was nominal. In fact it was even lesser than my school fees. Around 12,000 per annum. I would rate the fees extremely low given the standard of the college and the subsequent placements. The 12k per Annum is hardly a price to pay for the experience.
We had only one project in the 3 year duration of the graduation. That was good research and practical exposure. The remaining was mostly textbook. We had all year round assignments and examinations twice a year. One of them being the internal exams while the other being university exams.
The fees structure is quite feasible given the facilities of the college. The fee for M.com being 30,400 INR for second year.
The course curriculum is very precise and gives a precious knowledge about the subject. My electives being Finance and Accounts.
The College has one of the best ROI in the country with a fee Rs 50,000 per semester. This used include all the fees for the seminars and the visits for guest lectures organized by the students out side the college.
There were elective decided at the start of the session. The main electives were Foreign language (French, Spanish and German), Finance( Behavioural finance/ Portfolio management), Marketing (Brand Management/ Cultural Behaviour), Financial Techniques using computer.
Fee structure is quite expensive.If a student is poor he/ she faces many problems to pay fees as there is scholarships also but still u need to pay from your pocket as the scholarships is not enough to pay fees.
In one semester it is very easy and in other it is very difficult. Sometimes the course is good achieve marks and in other you have to work very hard and it makes your college life worst I just wanted to say that it must equal in all semesters.
Considering the amenities, except for he hostel part, the fees is nominal. The college has a good infrastructure- temperature controlled classrooms, projectors, good sports facilities, library, among other things. However, when one compares to other colleges in DU, SRCC may seem expensive at 17K/year.
The course curriculum for B.Com(Hons) could be better. The focus is more on theoretical base. The course requires more emphasis on the practical knowledge. Also, more variety in offered courses and more flexibility in choosing the course structure could really help.