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KVG College of Engineering - [KVGCE], Sullia - Course & Fees Details

KVG College of Engineering - [KVGCE], Sullia - Course & Fees Details

Sullia, Karnataka AICTE | Estd 1986 VTU, Belgaum Private
4 YearsFull Time120 seats per course 7/10
50,000
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year 1 year 2 year 3 year 4 PROGRAM GRAND TOTAL
₹50,000 ₹50,000 ₹50,000 ₹50,000 ₹200,000

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01 Feb 19 - 20 Mar 19
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Abhishek David DSouza , Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Computer Engineering), Pursued: 4th year

4.5/10

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"The course curriculum is as prescribed by VTU as the college is affiliated to VTU. The course content is not really up to the mark. This is because there is a huge gap between the technology used in IT industries and what we learn. The problem is that pretty much all the subjects do not have enough "

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"The fee structure is affordable. Under CET it's 48,000 and an additional 12,000. SNQ quota people have to pay just about 3000. This is apart from the hostel fees. The college does charge a lot of fines and request payment for different reasons.This does give the college a bad reputation among those "   Read More


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Abhishek David DSouzaBachelor of Engineering [BE] (Computer Engineering)Pursued 4th year
4.5
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KVGCE - The Lessons I Learnt

Fees -

The fee structure is affordable. Under CET it's 48,000 and an additional 12,000. SNQ quota people have to pay just about 3000. This is apart from the hostel fees. The college does charge a lot of fines and request payment for different reasons.This does give the college a bad reputation among those attending.


Course Curriculum -

The course curriculum is as prescribed by VTU as the college is affiliated to VTU. The course content is not really up to the mark. This is because there is a huge gap between the technology used in IT industries and what we learn. The problem is that pretty much all the subjects do not have enough practica application andl development knowledge. Even the labs are pretty outdated in their curriculum. Not a lot of resources for research.


4/10academic
4/10faculty
6/10infrastructure
6/10food & accom
4/10placement
3/10social life
Manjunath SheregarBachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Computer Science)Batch : 2010
7.5
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

All that you need

Fees -

it was flexible. for me it was 18090 per year which is fairly cheap.plus the college fees which was collected separately was also flexible compared to amenities provided. There were no extra fees collected for anything else. All had the same fees structure.


Course Curriculum -

Course structure is hectic . Most colleges in Karnataka are affiliated to VTU (Visvesvaraya Technological University) . Its known for tough syllabus and exams as well. Course structure indeed had all that an Eng student would need to learn. Focus was on mathematical and theoretical subjects.


7/10academic
9/10faculty
8/10infrastructure
8/10food & accom
5/10placement
8/10social life
PrashanthBachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electronics & Communication Engineering)Batch : 2015
7.8
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

A place to learn living

Fees -

The fee structure is feasible for the students. there are no hidden charges or fees that the management collects from ts students all the fees collected are reasonable and nominal if the admission is through the management or the NRI quota, the fees would be a bit high.


Course Curriculum -

Curriculum is as directed by the Vishweshwaraya Technological University. There is a huge encouragement for research from the institute Especially from Chem and Mech departments but the hurdle that refrains students is the lack of infrastructural resources in the premises.


8/10academic
9/10faculty
8/10infrastructure
8/10food & accom
7/10placement
7/10social life

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