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its 93k per year approx excluding hostel fee. which is feasible and much less than private colleges current numbers INSTITUTE FEE Particulars Amount One Time Fees ₹1,000 Tuition Fee (per Annum) ₹74,500 Other Fees (per Annum) ₹50,500 Total ₹1,26,000 HOSTEL FEE Particulars Amount Hostel Caution Money (One Time, Refundable) ₹3,000 Mess Caution Money (One Time, Refundable) ₹3,000 Furniture Security (One Time, Refundable) ₹3,000 One Time Fees ₹700 Hostel Seat Rent (per Annum) ₹10,500 Electricity & Water Charges (per Annum) ₹2,400 Other Fees (per Annum) ₹5,200 Mess Advance (Advance for 2 months) ₹3,000 Total ₹30,800
The course is really good . The syllabus is updated and you will get to know your sweet spot during the course for sure.Whatever u are going to learn , u are going to apply.you are going to get full opportunity for research and projects.The current trend is that the non-core soft branches, i.e. Computer Science, IT, Math & Computing (an underhand trick to increase intake in computing really, M & C requires highly specialised faculty and facilities which are currently not up to the mark) Software engineering are genrally okay.
DTU is one of the cheapest Engineering colleges I have seen, even among the government colleges. I gave a yearly 59k fee while my seniors were giving 39k! That's almost nothing when you compare it to the 3 lakh fee at private universities. Although DTU has been increasing the fee every year, I am sure it would still be among the least expensive.
The B.Tech curriculum for Environmental Engineering is one of the best in the country. The credit based system ensures that mastering harder courses benefits your overall score considerably. The course focuses on Water/wastewater Engineering, equipping students with industry as well as research based skills. The course-structure gels well with the Civil Engineering courses. One disadvantage is that the concept of electives is virtually non-existent.
Very feasible. Your entire B.tech will cost you around 4-5 Lakhs. Fee structure for the first year is costly as many first time security deposits have to be made and it costs around 1 Lakh. From second year only the tuition fess has to be made and it is around 65,000
Curriculum is updated for a few branches like Computer Science, Mathematics and Computing, Software engineering, Information Technology, hence the placements are better for such branches while some of the branches which are mostly core like Electrical, Mechanical, Civil have obsolete syllabus.They are working on the current syllabus and expect it to change in a year or two.
I took admission in 2012. At that time I paid ?65000 for first year, ?59000 for next two years and ?60000 for the last year. So, in my opinion this fees was feasible and not too expensive. No extra charges were imposed on us in the four years of our study. But if anyone wanted to join any organisation then he had to pay the membership fees.
Course structure was good but too old. It needs to be revised. I took Mechanical as my main branch. It contained subjects like Mathematics, Physics, Heat & Mass Transfer, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Thermodynamics, Thermal Science, Internal Combustion Engines, Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Theory of Machines, etc.
Fee structure was very economical. Our yearly fees was only Rs. 17500/- but our seniors were more lucky. They had annual fees of Rs. 700 only. Hostel charges were nominal and mess charges varied from Rs. 1000 to 800 depending on the attendance in mess records and the expense the mess made during any month.
Course curriculum was up to its best as it covered our civil engineering aspects in every way. During the final year we also got optional subjects which we chose depending on the nature of interests we had. There was freedom for project selection also, which was chosen as per our interests.
Fee of the the college is not high at all. It is very less compared to iits and any other college in delhi. Hostelers have to pay 15k more than day scholars.If we compare with other colleges like iits where fees is in lakhs but this is not the case with DTU.
Since the branch is not mechanical its mechanical plus automotive,so we were having mix subjects of mechanical and automobiles but there is not much difference.Subjects like power plant engineering, refrigration are not tought to us but we do study in depth of automobiles.We have choice of our electives in final year.
The fee structure is for 2k16 batch 126000 for the first year,138000 for the second year, 145000 for the third year and 165000 for the fourth year. For a lower middle class family this is a big amount, but there are some aids available for the economically weaker section.
Fee structure is nominal. For part time students I have paid 2.1 lac for complete course and for regular students it is 1.4 lac. Part time M.tech if of 3 years and thus we need to pay more. Regular M.tech is for 2 years so they pay less. But I think fees can be afforded by anyone.
Course curriculum is available on net . Subject books are suggested by respective lecturers only. Initially we have to choose our area of research. In second year we need to submit basic model of our research. We have to remain in constant touch with our project guide. In last year we need to dedicate for research project.
Fee structure is not sky-high. In my time, semester fees was around 20 thousand rupees. Hostel fee was also nominal.Now it has changed. Its advisable to contact the admin office for latest and accurate fee structure. Fee structure may also be found on the admission form booklet.
The college follows semester system. First 2 semesters focused on generic engineering subjects, like mathematics, engineering drawing, mechanics, etc. Afterwards, the course structure was focused on analog and digital electronics. Important subjects included electrical machines, microelectronics, digital electronics, DSP, etc. The course was a bit old, but was updated in 2010 for future batches.
The fee structure is pretty affordable and just owing to the reputation of the college. It is quite affordable as compared to other colleges in Delhi/NCR. The actual figures for the academic session 2015-16 are 1st year ₹1,26,000, 2nd year: ₹1,38,000, 3rd year ₹1,51,000, 4th year ₹1,66,000.
The course curriculum at DTU has been updated in 2015. A few irrelevant courses have been removed from the syllabus like carpentry in Workshop Practice. Also, a credit-based system along with the CGPA system has been adopted by the college. Students are allowed to choose many electives in the 7th and 8th semester especially.