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Fees are too high for each course Rs. 96000 per year for general category for masters course. And about 90000/year for doctoral course. Which is too high to afford higher education. Same for reserved categories also. no Scholarship for reserved categories.
In our college there are 8 different streams. Like Oils and Surfactant technology, chemical engineering, fibre and textile engineering, food engineering, surface coating engineering, chemistry department, pharmaceutical department and perfumery and flavours engineering.
Rs. 89000 per year for general category same for reserved categories. Fees for Backward class candidates are applicable to the candidates from the State of Maharashtra only.
I think the course structure is best for being a researcher. We have critical review of a research paper and seminar. The curriculum is very difficult though but is very interesting. It is dependent right to the core of the course that we have selected. Infact, they are in very advanced level. There are no practical kind of stuffs, but it is very good to study as well as very interesting. We have got scientist who teach us.
Feasible. Compared to IITs it is very feasible considering the campus, faculty, students, and education. It is better than all other institutes with higher fee structure. I studied at just Rs 4000/- per annum to start with and do not know fees now but they should have had a natural increase.
22500 Rs per year was the fee. It was not at all expensive as compared t oother private colleges whcih has fees more than 1 lakh 22,500 Rs per year was the fee. It was not at all expensive as compared t oother private colleges whcih has fees more than 1 lakh.
Extremly tough and rigorous year 1 and 2 covered almost all branches of engineering. 3rd and 4th year was purely chemical engienering which was tough.
Fee is quite low as it is a government college. All facilities like wifi are provided in the huge 16 acre campus with labs all around it. A huge ground and turf to play with all your needs
Curriculum is tough enough for an average student, basics need to be cleared in every way. Students must be ready for grades to fall in ICT because of the level of examinations and checking that is being done in the institution.
Fee structure is not much expensive. Institute provides various fellowships to the students. Various fellowships on the basis of academic performance as well as caste are available to help students which are economically unsound.
I persued my post gradutaion in Textile Chemistry from Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai. During this course we have covered subjects realted to chemistry of textiles and effluesnt treatment methods to treat the effluent generated by textile industries.
As it was reputed autonomous institute, the college fees was feasible for middle class students. Also lot of scholarships were available for economical backward & backward caste students.
Course curriculum was very good as it was more practical knowledge and technology oriented. It contains industrially applicable, practicals, related theory papers.
Feasible if you consider ROI.Annual fees: ?45k.Part pasted below is to accommodate the specified limit of words. There are many merit cum means scholarships available for B.Tech. There is no merit cum means scholarship for M. Tech. Bioprocess. Loans can be availed from nationalised banks. College gives assistance in providing quot of expenses.P.S.: I have refrained from dragging the discussions in few answer to make up to your defined word limit.
There is a lot about the course structure. The electives are Enzyme tech, IPR and biosystems engineering. As far as focus on research is considered, ICT has exceptional track record of research initiatives which is exemplified by the number of research papers published and the number of patents granted every year. The research areas are molecular biology, Algal biotech, photo bioreactor, fermentation process, enzymatic bio transformation, scale up studies, protein purification and cavitations.
The UDCT was government college initially but when it became autonomous the fee structure increased by 200% but it was stiil in the reach of common middle class family, considering the worth of culture the college used to provide.
The course curriculum was unique and cover all important aspects of Bioprocess technology. It was well developed to include the interdisciplinary subjects (Biochemistry, microbiology, genetic engineering, Industrial biotechnology etc.). The course according to me was very well designed and best at those times in the college.
ICT being a government college has fees near about Rs. 56k for open, Rs. 25k for reserved category. Even freeships are offered to certain students. But In the first year the fees for reserved category goes to as less as Rs. 2k.
The course is very good as there is no burden or overload of extra things. The amount of syllabus is fair enough.