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As it is a Government organisation,fee structure is feasible. Tuition fees etc are regulated by MHRD India. Mess fees are bit high .Hostel fee is very less compare to the facilities one get here,very good internet facility, single room,TV in every floor ,cold drinking water,amul parlour.
In mtech ,both the years you have to do project .In second year one has to do major project. National institute of technology Warangal undoubtedly has the best campus too.In first year some 10 theory papers,4 practical,2 seminar papers are there too.Nit Warangal's library is one of the best in India.
The fee structure is feasible though some people get reimbursement fee will be around 80k for us but the coming batch have hike as 1.5 Lac.
The tuition fee doubled during our time in 2014 and has increased further for our juniors which makes it a bit expensive but affordable in many aspects. We need to pay INR 35500 for one semester plus mess and hostel due. The mess and hostel fee are feasible though.
The Institute's website does not show the kind of research that is going on in the Institute.So you need to go to Professors profile to check what he has been working on and talk to them directly to get some assistance in working in your area of interest. The course is structured in a manner that will make you capable of knowing the history as well the present scenario and what the industries need these days.
Till my batch fee was reasonable, 16500 rupees as tuition fee 12000 for mess fees, and 10000 towards hostel fee. You will have to pay that 16000 in 2 semesters , 1st it is 10000 and second semester it is 6500, in that 500 towards spring spree fee.
Those courses are set by very experienced professionals and curriculum is such a way that it start with basics in every subject and go in depth knowledge. Although they need to make some changes to some subjects, overall it is good for learning in depth.
It was feasible. For 4 years combined, we had to pay around 2.2 lakhs.
Fee structure is feasible. A approx amount of 35000 INR is charged for tuition fees every semester with the hostel and mess fees varying with different messes and hostels.
The course curriculum is pretty good. For my particular course, the research options are really interesting. The electives for our course include Nanotechnology, Nuclear Process Engineering, Fuel Cell Engineering and Corrosion Engineering.
At my time, fee is around INR 6200 / year. Which primarily covers the fee for getting the admission into college. Beyond that there will be books / food and other expenses.
For the academic year 2011-15, the academic fees was Rs 35000 per year (2 semesters) and the remaining expenses were around Rs 40000 per year (depends on mess bill). So the total fees used to be nearby Rs 75,000 per year.
It was very helpful in every aspect possible. The course curriculum was perfectly set to make us comfortable in all the practical aspects of civil engineering.
I am not sure for the current fee structure. It was not a costly college till 2001-2005. The government (MHRD) bears the most of the expanses. It costed around 8k per semester to me.
It was not expensive. It is govt run collage. We have to pay a bare minimum those days. Also Govt helped in giving Pratibha scholarship. So it is a cake walk for me.
The courses are well organized with importance on Elections, Computers, Communication technologies. The first year we have generic courses across all the different branches. From second year onward it is focused curriculum. We have C++, Data structures courses even in elections and communications to allow everyone to learn programming.