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The fee structure is enacted in slabs. Open category students who are above a minimum income threshold need to pay complete fee without any waivers. The fee is generally expensive for them. People who are below the income threshold and people of backward castes enjoy an almost full academic fee waiver along with a monthly scholarship of 1k (through MCM). For these people it is quite feasible. Everyone has to pay hostel fee nevertheless, which is fairly feasible.
The course curriculum in Electrical Engineering is a bit stressful and challenging, but nevertheless it is the best quality in the country. The emphasis on developing research skills is simply awesome. Industries too flock at the campus placements to recruit people into various streams. The curriculum is also liberal to a required extent which lets one explore various departments.
The fee structure is mainly based on the student's family income. It is feasible that way. The students with low annual family income are given 2/3 deduction of the tuition fees,i e. ₹1,00,000, and the SC/ST students are given 100% deduction of the same. Further more, they are given scholarships too.
My course is naval architecture and ocean engineering. This is one of the rarest course provided in India. IIT Madras makes sure that this course could be used to provide different research opportunities to the students coming here to study the course.
Fee structure was feasible for our batch. There were merit-based scholarships and many other scholarships on top of that. There were also student loans to help the needy. It was somewhere around 60 k for a semester for general candidates. For category students it was somewhere around 20 k for a semester.
Biotechnology course structure was nearly perfect but the other electives like management, finance, economics etc were only limited to few people which was bad and Those electives played a major role during placements. Those who couldn't do those electives were given last preference during placements.
There was total Sum of Rs.18500 for Hostel Fee and Rs.33000 for Academic Fee per semester. But it changes with Batch to Batch. Fee For New Batch 2016 Hostel Fee Rs.21500, and Academic Fee Rs.75000 per semester. So for me Fee structure was feasible. Academic Fee for ST/SC was Rs.6700 only instead of Rs.33000.
My courses curriculum was little bit easier than other branch like Mechanical and computer science. I needed to complete total 180 credit for B.Tech degree in total eight Semester. there was different types of courses like Minor Stream (MNS), Humanities and Social Science (HS), ID, Mathematics, Physics, Free electives, Department electives, Chemistry, Labs, Workshops and core courses.
Fee structure is according to the reservation candidates and according to below 1 lakh income students below 1 lakh and reserved guys have feasible fee and OC candidates have very expensive started from this year up to 2 lakh per year nearly for OC students.
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For general almost 1.4lcs per sem and there are many scholarships for sc st they have very less about 13k per sem and 23k for hostel for everyone.
Fee is slightly expensive now, after the stipend revision. We have to pay fee every semester. But the facilities we get are good. We have to pay fee every semester, and also for the food and accommodation. For a PhD student there is no fee waiver is implemented.
The institute offers many courses. We have to get prescribed number of credits to clear each semesters. Few courses are fundamental, and every student has to attend mandatory. There are lot of electives, which a student can choose according to their field of interest.
For each semester we have to pay around 50000 Rs including mess charges and accommodation. But for B.tech students it will be high compared to Ph.D students. It is not difficult for them because most of the people will get bank loan. For Ph.D students it is very feasible, because they will get every month fellowship. Compared to out side colleges it is very cheap. It will include for all facilities in IIT madras like GYM, Sports and Library etc.
There minimum four courses and one research methodology course. Among them in two courses we need to get 'B' grade and other courses just pass is enough. But i got one S and three B grades. For research methodology there is no grade just we need to pass. Out of ten i got 8.2 CGPA.
Currently its a tad on the expensive side. With the semester fees tending to 1.5 lacks , for newly joined btech students. (Academic only, Hostel fees separate and comes around 21 k). Our batch has only lesser fees , which is around 50 k.Its not feasible for everybody for sure. But there are various scholarships available for those who can not.
Its the best there is. With the right faculty teaching , it certainly builds up the interest in you, towards research. The curriculum promotes it very well among the students. You can choose where to do your Free Electives from ( as in which department in the institution). So it basically broadens the boundaries, in which your interests are built up.
The fee structure is feasible and interest free loans are being provided to students to provide financial assistance hostel fees-23750, Admission fee-2270 the fees varies with respect to the category of the student but the fees are feasible and no pressure is there for finance.
The course curriculum is good .it's like the administration are trying to reduce the pressure on the students as much as possible and the course that i am getting here is planned in such a way that student can live up with and since i am a first year we don't have electives and I have no idea about the electives.