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Very very very Cheap, each semester will cost you around 25k and that too for general category. If someone is from other categories like sc st and obc then fee is less and almost free for those who lie below poverty line. So for general category, almost 2 lakhs is the total fee for b.tech in 4 years.
Course curriculum is good, but since it is a govt college, teachers are not so much involved, other than few teachers. So everything will have to be done by student itself. Examination process is good, as fair assessment is done. Not like MDU where students are always afraid of neglect in exam checking
The fee was feasible. As YMCA was a Govt college fees are reasonable, INR 49500 per year excluding hostel fees which was around INR 20000 per semester. The Fee structure is given below - tution Fees - 20000 per sem. Examination charges - 1500 per sem misc. fees - 3000 per sem No extra charges.
The curriculum was average. Actually, the syllabus war not updated from a long time. In bachelor's course, there was almost zero focus on research. Also, you don't have the option to select from the list of elective subjects. Department itself decides what subject needs to be taught and that become compulsory for students.
FEE DETAILS for B.TECH./B.TECH.(LEET)/MCA/MCA (LEET)/M.TECH. Sr. No. Type Fee/Charges from students(Rs.) 1 TUITION FEE 23,000/- 2 DEVELOPMENT FEE 4,500/- 3 ADMISSION CHARGES/FEES* (Non-Refundable and one time to be paid at the time of admission only) 3,635/- 4 SECURITY DEPOSITS(Rs. 5,000 Library Security and Rs. 2,000 University Security, Refundable and one time to be paid at the time of admission) 7,000/- 5 Information Brochure and Magazine etc. (one time for the entire duration of course) 465/- 6 Exam. Fee for one semester 1000/- TOTAL (to be paid in form of Demand Draft in favour of “Registrar,...
I like the course because it is new for me. And the way of teaching or giving syallabus is awesome..I like the syllabus of University .it completely covered all the topics. Faculty cover all topics before the timeline .I really enjoy the moment with YMCA.. it is great experience with this university .. my brother also qualified from here
Fee structure is very reasonable being a government institute and even the hostel accommodation was also reasonably priced. the academic fees including hostel accommodation was around seventy thousand. also student could easily get student loans from government and private banks too.
The practical knowledge was good as we had fully functioning mechanical workshop that had all basic machines like Lathe, grinders, milling machines, drills. Every student had one machine so the exposure was good. we had rigourus training for 04 years for welding, machine shops and air conditioning.
The fee structure is very much feasible. Annual fees is very less as compared to many other institutions around the city and the state. The annual fees for fist year is 60000 approx and 55000 approx for rest of three years (these figures are excluding hostel and mess charges).
The course curriculum is very good with a great focus on academics though a bit more pressure is given on theoritical knowledge than practical knowledge. Research work is not very prompt. Students are willing to take up research work but they are not well supported by the university.
It was not expensive at all. It was a government aided institute back then. Semester fees was around 25 k. Monthly mess fees was 1200. Hostel fees was a nominal 1800 if i remember clearly with some fines or minor extra cost. So in all i used to get 50k per semester to pay fees and as my pocket money.
The curriculum was at par with any other college. One thing to notice was that there were only 2 colleges at that time offering B.Tech in Haryana. So the exams and course was slightly, very slightly different from colleges offering BE. The exam papers were set by a selected group of teachers who used to teach in either of the 2 colleges offering B.Tech.
Fee structure is feasible my point of view. Semester fees was varying from from 20k to 25k. Fee of semester was supposed to be paid I starting of semester. There was also late fee submission charges which were not son high. There was also hostel facility provided, I am not aware of fee charges of that.
Course structure is good as compared to other colleges I must say. As mechanical engineering course has biggest workshops related to tools, RAC & welding. Also fully functional labs related to robotic programming actually kuka robotics, CNC Lab, fluid mechanics lab, Combustion engine lab, drafting software lab, C++ programming lab & some other labs.
Every year has two semester and fee was paid semester wise: semester 1: 25000/- approx, semester 2: 22000/- approx other than that Mess fees was 1100/- per month and hostel fees was 4-5k per semester. So, fees was affordable at that time and also for SC/ST and OBC student was facility of reimbursement as well.
Course curriculum was latest and updated one.Though it could have a latest high level language like: Java, DOT NET or Android as well. First year was common for all. Later on all computer science subjects like Digital Electronics, Compiler Design, C,c++ etc, Software engineering was introduced.So, overall good course structure. Last semester was training and i did training in the company and got the chance to work in a real project.
Fee of our collage is so expensive there is semester wise fee structure first semester charge different fee to the second semester fee is paid by the challan the challan contains different block which contains different type of fee charge tution fee,development charge, exam fee and late charge first we fill the challan and diposit it to collage bank after first semester fee second semester fee deposit but the amount of first semester and second semester is different.
I was not interested in this course but I took admission i don't any thing about grade point system because I studied before B.Tech at every stage with percentage so at starting I did not success in first semester I took some time to understand then how can survive this bad grading system but I did not get any idea and help so I decided I should take tuition after tuition I did not get high marks.
The fee structure is feasible. It is not too expensive. A student can take tuitions in free time, if he wants to be self dependent financially. The fee structure is really nominal. It is not too high. Also, if the student gets some scholarship, then he has to pay a very less amount.
It is good. For electronics and communication, it was good. The lab experiments and the weekly workshop classes are really helpful in learning the things practically. The workshops are extremely good to learn the concepts.If anyone wants to learn, then it is the right place.