For a 3 year full time bachelor of arts, the yearly fee would sum up to 10k plus daily expenses. The amount of books needed for a ba course was alot compared to other courses. For an institution like sophia that offers a brilliant infrastructure and various other facilities, the fee is much less compared to any other institution. The annual fee is approx 18000. There are not any scholarship options available.
It happens to be the best course with the best faculty and training program in mumbai. In grad school u spend a lot more time then in individual course. You develop laser focus on your topic of interest. And u are judged by completely different standards.
Fee structure is feasible and also if any student faces any problem paying the fees they are given concession or free of cost education. Also various students and parents help the students paying their fees by giving internship opportunities or by paying the fees themselves.
The course includes 3 main subjects that is Philosophy, Political Science, and Sociology. The portion is decided by the university. In the second year we have 2 papers in each subject and an additional subject which are mass communication, nutrition, investment analysis and Gandhiism. In third year we have to select one main subject as a major and give 6 different papers for that subject.
I would say quiet feasible. We pay around 95,000 to a 1,00,000 and with the services provided I would say that it is amazing and they do not shy out on its costs. We pay this for each year and are provided with 3 class room uniforms and trousers, 2 chef coats, a suit, an uniform and also a tool kit which has all the required tools needed in the kitchen.
This course like I said is spot on, there are extra curricular activities which help us build our weaknesses and help us achieve the impossible. The books are given by the faculty and there is not some gibberish matter but what is necessary to understand and grow.
Since the college in my first year was a private institute I had paid Rs 40,000 for the course alone. Second and third year my college changed to a government college and the fees were minimized to Rs 7000 only.
Fees was very cheap for the first 2 years, i. e. 11th and 12th. Main fees was just Rs. 10.Higher standard was also very reasonable, although i do not remember how much it was but it was not very expensive. Those who could not afford it could to approach the college office for assistance.
The course was vast & difficult, but the faculty made it quite easy with realistic examples and their techniques of teaching.Not many colleges offer a single major in Philosophy. But this one does, because it had very good professors of philosophy.
It is about 15000 to 20000 depending on the year and it is good as they try to hire the best faculty in the business that actually have practical knowledge.
It was mainly project work and studies both we made presentations and shorthe movies. Advertisements we had mostlyrics practical work so that we don't need to stress about studies.
Partially government aided reasonable fees for the different courses offered.