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The Fee structure for general category students is 60,000 per semester. For a student from upper middle class background, it is not high compared to private colleges. But generally, the lower middle class people tend to take Educational loans to pay for their education.
Total fees for first semester including tuition, mess and hostel is 1.3lac . Fees are not expensive at all and considering this is one of the most premier institutions in India, it's totally worth it, while many other engineering colleges charge very high fee. Not to mention design colleges in India especially where fee is aky high. Here it is modest.
The course for us was the first of its kind since we were the first UCEED batch. We have applied science as well as design modules in the first semester itself! Which prepared is for the oncoming semesters. This course not only teaches design but also almost every other field in science in brief. We even have computer science course in second semester.
As you know Indian Institute of Technology has recently increased the fees the fees are feasible for everyone. Also one has to give lesser fees according to the salary pay if still someone has any problem regarding fees and stuff, there are interest free loans over here. Also there are scholarships given to students.
I am in the first year of B.Tech so I don't have much to research on but there are a lot of clubs over here, like robotics club, aero modeling club, etc. So participating in such clubs' workshops do enhance our thinking not up to the research level though. And inter hostel technical competitions also encourage it.
Fee is decent compared to other private colleges. There are two semesters in a year and fee for each is about 60 k which includes the payment for tuition, hostel, mess and all the other facilities. We are expected to pay the entire amount in the start of the semester itself in lump-sum.
Curriculum overall is good, varied range of topics are covered in the field of Computer Science and we get a good experience of various areas in this field. The curriculum is integrated with many lab courses to complement the theory, which makes the process more interesting and give a good feel of the topic through practical implementation. However the curriculum is less flexible as the courses are fixed for the first three years and elective courses are given only in the final year. In terms of research options, Computer Science is a complex field and the courses in the sophomore and pre final year are mostly to develop the base knowledge of different areas. If someone is interested in a pa...
Fee Structure keeps on changing thanks to ministry of human resource. I remember our juniors paying 60-70 thousand per semester. Now, I have heard it has touched 1 lac.There are ample banks ready to give you loans just flashing your college ID. Finance should not be an issue given you have an admission letter.
Civil Engineering Department at IIT-Guwahati has the youngest and most competitive faculty comparable to the best in the world. Speaking of research, I know as a fact we made into the world top 100 varsities solely riding on our research output. We have a whole separate design department which is an aid for someone from civil. Excellent Labs, some faculties have made their mark on International platforms. The course gets reviewed frequently, although there are many areas where improvement can be made but overall I would recommend it to anybody. There are labs right until the final semester and labs are open 24*7. Personally have worked at 2-am, 4-am etc.
The fee structure of IIT Guwahati is comparatively at lower side than any private or some public institutions. Moreover, most of the students able to get some for fellowship, scholarship, or internship, which helps them to meet regular expenses and some part of course fee.
The course curriculum of Economics is quite impressive. Course work is administered in the First Year of the Programme, which contains minimum four papers. It contains Research Methodology, Development Economics, Industrial Economics, and Mathematics for Economics, Statistical Techniques and Econometrics, Computer Application, Issues in Indian Economy, Environmental Economics.
Fee is nominal. 25000 per semestor. You can pay your fees by collecting your stipend. Once semester fees is payed no other cast involved except hostel and mess fee. Hostel fees is just 800 Rs. For a year which is nothing. Mesh fees was 2000 per month which revise time to time.
It is feasible. I think semester fees for M.Sc. course is feasible but for BTech it is too expensive.Per semester we have to pay Rs. 13000-14000 approx. for General category.
All the mathematics and Computer sciemce subjects along with technical communication, Real analysis, Complex analysis, Numerical analysis, logic, functional programming etc.
Fee-structure is feasible , not expensive at all. It is different for different courses such as, B.Tech,M.Tech and Ph.D. For me it is around 19,000 quarterly.
At that time we used to pay around 32,000 per year. This comes out to be approx 16,000 per semester. Apart from this mess bill was charged extra per month. However there were no charges for hostel stay.
Course curriculum was meant to develop all round knowledge base in electronics and communication as well as electives in various domains. Like economics, psychology, sociology, drama and philosophy.We were also allowed to take electives from other departments of engineering as per our interest.