|B.E||₹58,806 (1st Year Fees)||10+2 with 45% + KCET|
Exams Accepted : KCET
Cutoff : 136822 BE Civil Engineering
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Dates : Application Starts 06 Feb 2021 | Application Ends 14 Feb 2021 Check all Dates
Exams Accepted : Karnataka PGCET
Cutoff : 11941 M.Tech Manufacturing Science & Engineering
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18 Reviews found
The course curriculum was outdated, also the college did not provide us with any industrial exposure or anything for that matter which would help us in getting a job.The faculties were local staying nearby the college due to which they had an advantage to become a professor at our college. None of them were equipped with the required skill set to become a teacher. They had no idea about the current industry or what is required. Only our HoD Siraj Ahmed was good compared to all
Feasible.They accept cash payment mostly also one can pay though SBI online as well.There is no transparency.They charge amount differently based on discussion during admission.Students have to pay fee on time or else they will not be given hall ticket for exams.
The college has big infrastructure and it has mess, 3 hostels and play ground as well. There are labs for different departments and there is a big library as well.They conduct practical exams as well. The college also have auditorium as well. The kind of food they provide in college mess is awesome
Feasible fee structure. The college charges 20,000 to 25,000 Rupees which includes all the stationery uniform and library fees along with the Government fees per year. Payment via cash, NEFT, check or net banking is accepted. No additional charges should be paid to secure the admission. Full transparency is provided in the fee breakdown.
Our College has mainly focused on making us a better engineer by providing internships, industrial visits and so on. They have a team of knowledgeable professors to guide us. Our college organises Campus training from 4th semester itself so that we can be prepared for Job interviews till our 8th semester. Industrial visit was organized twice to help us understand the industries better.
Tuition fee -100000 Hostel fee-52000 Exam fee+fees for other reason is almost 20000. If a student doesn't have the regular attendence then he/she have to pay some attendence maintenance fee. it may be From 1000 to 5000
The classroom nature is awesome but exam is too much tough. Vtu is a very hard and restricted University. The questions they ask in the exam is too much hard. If someone wants to pass the exam he/she should follow the regular time table. Otherwise he/she may fail
It's feasible for the guys who all are coming through CET exams but for management quota student I think so it's expensive because in that fee people will get better College in northern India and that too with good placement and infrastructure facilities.
The college is under VTU University so the university will conduct the exam and they will evaluate the paper while the practical would be conducted by College based on dates provided by University while they will allot the external examiner for it. Evaluation is good you need to study then only you will pass in the examination
It is based on the selection process. if the seat is selected by CET the fee structure will be like 45000 + college fee18000 if it is a payment seat then it will be up to 4-5 lakh per anum. and it may reduce by yearly performance
At first the course was tough i thought after the detail studying about the course will strengthen my will power and i started learning more about the course. and the eaxam process will be like sem vise Evey six months there is a exam and its a 4year course
Fees are feasible compared to other colleges total 420,000 will be there for 4 years.
Yes for me it was expensive every year we have to pay 1 lack as tuition fee 7500 as university fee and for 1st year hostel fee was 20000 later it was 11000 and increased every year by 1000.apart from that we had to pay mess fee every month at the time of joining it was 1400 but till final year it came to 2200
It was good everything was so organised starting from classes to labs to internal to external everything was perfect. We had to give 3 internal for every subject out of which teachers will select best 2. Each internal would be of 25 marks and they ll take average of 2 then 100 max of external make. We were having 6 theory and w lab exams every semester except final semester as other was having projects
The fee structure is quite feasible. The tuition fee is one lakh. The university fees is eleven thousand. The hostel fee is twenty thousand. The mess fee is three thousand per month. Overall all the fee are quite feasible as compared to other college university in Bangalore.
The course structure is good as it is designed by the renowned university of our country. But it lacks the research field. It mostly focuses on the academics rather than field work. The university provides a large options for the electives but the choses the most easy and of no use subjects as the electives.
In our college fee structure is very less and we getting good fecelaties by paying less money its common friendly college and we getting uniform in college it self but the university fee is some what more and its problem for poor background families.
The course were precised by the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) under the Karnataka State. The structure was good as we do research program on the last semester, there are two research program, one is paper presentation which do individually and the other one is project which we do in group of 4-5 students.
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