The course fee was minimal and feasible. However there is some special fee for Psychology specialisation which was minimal apart from regular admission fee. Also various certificate course in liberal arts were very interesting and feasible. The college also offered various diploma course with additional fee that could add value to the course.
The course curriculum was very good and extensive. The first year course curriculum was compulsory for all. However in the second and third year we had to choose our specialisations and focus on them.The subject offered were the same as in Pune University. However we were offered various options to choose the choice of subject.
Fee structure is really good. The fee for our course is not at all much. In fact, studying in one of nation's best college at such a low fees was really the best thing for me. When I was studying, I paid around INR 8 K for one term. This does not put extra pressure on the person or his family.
The course structure is appropriate. It matches with the current requirements and trends in the market. As the college has become autonomous sometime back, it should further lead to good course structure as they now have a liberty to include and exclude the topics they want based on the market demand.
Fees is a bit expensive but considering other various benefits it is neglible. The fees for the whole course ranges around 1 to 2 lakhs. Other colleges have fees in the range of 50k to 1 lakh which is just half of it. However the fees here are expensive due to the brand and teaching facilities which it offers
The course and the faculty taking the course are very effective overall. The brand name of the college do help you to get an edge over others too.The course in latter years do focus on specialization like costing or banking.It would depend upon one personal interest which filed he wants to pursue.
Feasibleyou can afford it it is not more than 20000 per year. I dont find any problem in that but if you spends on girls then it might not get afford anything.
It is very feasible, it just costs about 15000 per year, infact it includes 4000 of insurance.So studying in symbiosis and paying just 45000 in 3 years is pretty feasible. :)
Excellent, the course is different from the Pune university, it is deemed college, so syllabus is based on practical scenario of India. Recommend :) Also the extra curricular activities have a good role in this college, ur u can participate as a event manager as well as participant.
The fee structure was expensive to be honest. I mean there were loads of students i am sure who were capable of getting the admission in the college but the price structure is too high.
Course was kind of long and extra classes were the most boring with assignments ,extra curricular activities. They could have narrowed the curricular.
Compare to other colleges fees. The fees of symbiosis is quite expensive wchich also includes maintenance charges to a larger extend. But its worth to be graduated from symbiosis
As symbiosis is now autonomous the course has been divesed into six semesters and each year 2 sems are held.The pattern of each semester is 20-20-60That is 20 marks mcq exam, 20 marks practical and 60 marks for written
Fee structure during my time was feasible. A normal middle class family could have easily afford to get make their child study in this college. In fact, this was shown in the strength, we had 700 people in B.Com.
It was good. It was really a great experience being a student of this college. We had assignments on different subjects, we had workshops where people from different streams participated and showed their passion, Finance, Marketing, Business.
Quite feasible. In general, 16.5K per year for a student from any other state than Maharashtra. It varies a bit depending on if you are a localite or an international student.It also covers medical insurance, so it's a pretty good deal (a term I generally avoid while talking about education). But yes, it's quite feasible and pretty much negligible when you do a cost benefit analysis.
On a scale of 1-10, I would go with 7. As I believe it can be made a bit more rigorous than it actually is, since it's autonomous now. But that's purely a personal opinion as I am not an expert on the subject. It's just that I find the curriculum a bit too easy.But it's pretty good from more general point of view, as it is designed to suit almost everyone. It starts things from scratch. Also, the level of progression is pretty smooth and not too steep.
Fee for an academic year is around 15000. I think it's a good deal as our college provides us with many other facilities like library, elibrary, etc. They also cover us with medical insurance.
My college is one of the best colleges in India. It nurtures my knowledge and teaches me how to deal with life in a different way. The facutly, I must say that I am being taught by the best teachers ever.