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Fees is about 50000 per semester with ample opportunities for scholarships.Fees is manageable by most students and loan options are also available for grasping. Hostel charges are 50000 per semester approximately. Laptops are provided at a substantial discount through the college
Great faculty and a well designed Course work gives you the best of both theoretical and practical knowledge.Faculty at electronics department are alumni of reputed IITs and other international institutions Admissions are smooth with constant guidance from seniors and admissions office.
Fees was not as low as IIT or NIT but not as much as of private colleges. My total financial expenditure including hostel fees, mess charges, college fees for four years was approx 2.5 lac.
As even fees of IITs also jumped last year , fees of every engineering seem to be expensive but I would say comparing with other good colleges fees of PEC is feasible. Semester fees for 1st sem is 69250 and for second sem is 55250. Which goes on decreasing every next sem.
Course structure seems more of Application oriented rather than Research oriented. It seems good. But if you want to go in research field then there are many opportunities for all aerospace students to go for research. Because of location you can attend many seminars which are conducted in Chandigarh occasionally.
Fee structure hostel fees (1st year) Around 60,000 Indian Rupees per year. Mess fee (1st year) around 1200 per month tuition fee around 70,000 Indian Rupees per year. Therefore VERY MUCH FEASIBLE. Lessser than all IITs and privates. Comparable to that of NITs.
Course Structure is really good. Detailed study of courses is available. One can take up a proficiency in any field. Research work is also good. Faculty is really helpful in research purposes. There are every types of Labs available. Different fields of research work are carried out. Funds and Scholarships are also available.
Fee structure is not burdening as compared to other colleges across the nation. being a govt. aided university, lots of subsidies are provided to the college which makes the college fee structure very much affordable for everyone, academic fee ~ 40000/sem, hostel fee ~ 50000/year.
Course curriculum was good with a focus on research the course structure was designed in a manner that beside theoretical, student should get hands on with practical experience also for whatever has been studied apart from academics, there are technical societies (internal) and national/international, through which we can portray our technical work and get groomed by various technical activities.
Fee structure is quite affordable. We in 2004 have a fee structure of Admission fee Rs. 2,000, One-time student service fee Rs. 2,500, Refundable deposit Rs. 2,000.
Well researched course structure and the researched program was well coordinated by professors like Aerodynamics. The main research is in the area of supersonic aerodynamics.
In 2007, the semester fees was 18,000. and the Hostel fees was close to 15,000 per semester. So total expanse will be close to 40,000 per semester. So stipend money is not sufficient to fill all expance.
For Master in Electronic, there are 6 subject in each semester and last semester is for thesis. You can select your thesis of your favorite subject.I did not get much help from thesis guide.
Fee at my time was around 17K per semester for tuitions and around 18K year for hostel. Mess Bill usually came around 1500 per month. Check the website of the college for latest fee structure
I studied Electrical Engineering and the curriculum was over all fantastic. Some subjects were absolutely good and based on real life engineering experiences. Some subjects were a bit boring and difficult to memorise but thanks to my friends who helped me either ways to get me out form that courses. Passed with good grades in the end though.
Fee was cheaper compared to similar private colleges. But they've been regularly increasing the fees. Hostel fees was incrwsed during our time. Overall it is affordable.
The course curriculum felt outdated, and I realised that once I went for my industrial training, we weren't taught courses needed by the industry. We barely had electives, and majorly the electives were divided by 3 categories, thermal, solid mech, automotive and operations. But they came only in 4th year, hence we weren't really able to take up courses and shape our degree like we'd want to.
The fee structure is quite reasonable. A general category studying. Child pays about 40k per sem.