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Fees structure as per government made in list no change in the structure and and extra things maintenance fees 20000 ruppes extra for annually. Because maintenance for garden water and hotels. In campus. And medium expensive college and extra fees only.
Professional and technical faculty available in this college and many course available and number company coming for good company are coming and good name holding Institute in all state. creating own faculty produced. Infosys and Volvo and Amazon like company.
The college fees is around 20 thousands per year for development fees. there's a government fees you have to pay 50000 for kcet or 2 lacks for comed k which you paid to government.if you want to join through management seat.you'll get seat here within around 2 lacks
We had 8 semester in whole engineering.the specific electrical engineering is my favourite one.each semester contain 2 theory subjects along with 2 lab which.for the special case.when you have a drawing subject like auto CAD. you'll having 3 lab subjects
Feasible. Not too expensive and not too cheap. It's moderate. Any middle class family can afford the fees for the college. Fees can be paid in installments. Cooperative staff and understanding staff.
Good. should include more of current technologies which I think is added in present year. Present curriculum is good with on going technologies as part of their syllabus and good opportunity to enhance their practical skills with lab facilities
Fee structure is high.It is 2,25000 per year and it is good respect to education and placements.It is not affordable to anyone but college is good.
Course curriculum is good and focus on practical learning as well.College takes initiative in research and development.
The fee structure is 1.5 lakh per year , i can say its affordable for engineering studies
The course i choose was fantastic , there has always been focus given on practical skills. Yeah there has been lots of research initiatives taken by college & Students are always encouraged to participate in various competition in intra- college level as well as all india level many alumnis have won prestigious awards.
If we join college through government quota or CET quota then the fee will less and it will be same throughout four years . But of a student joins through management quota means then the fee will be more. Many of the seats are kept for government quota compared to management quota.
I like this engineering course very much .Along with that my interest towards mechanical branch made me easy to study the subject . And here we go through more practical knowledge compared to other branches. And even exposure is also more .One who loves machines can easily concentrate on this course.
Fee structure were very moderate during our time. Government fees 15k, College fee :11k per year, This was plus point. They wouldn't charge fees for attendance shortage unless and until it was valid genuine reason. I got the seat as per merit list so was not more expensive.
It is good but I feel there is not more scope for electronics here. Most of them is IT field focussing on CS,IS,IT stream. We can opt this stream if we going for higher studies. But I was fond to be ECE so that's the reason I opted it. Would like to continue my career in electronics but I was not able to as I dint get more scopes.
It was feasible as I was from CET there was three modes for admission to college which were CET , COMED -K and management admissions all three modes were very good i am not aware fee structure of COMED-K and Management students. But student were given plenty amount of time to pay fee.
It was a brilliant course from principal Dr. R P Reddy to all the teacher every one was very good and approachable very good and knowledgeable staff all the teacher think about the students as their own children.
The fees is about 50 thousand per year if you join through the CET and the management fees is quite expensive. The management fee is 5 lakh as donation and yearly it is 1.8 lakhs.
The course is mechanical engg. so it more of a practical oriented than theory. The other thing which is very important is that ,the student should be very good in maths and physics, as many subject require maths . The first year of engg is a generalised year in which every student studies the same subject irrespective of the branch.
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Good environment and good faculty and campuse facility.by Mahantha Gowda
There's no Negative remark in this beautiful institute. it's filled with all positive vibes.the infrastructure is full of students friends. build according to students friendly. classroom are studying supportby Shubham nayak
Positive always. Very nice college.Infrastructure is way too good. Classes are very nice. Hostel facilities are fantastic with good food or mess facilities and very good library facilities where students can access the library anytime.by Shreyashree C G