|B.E||₹2.5 Lakhs (Total Fees)||10+2 with 45% + KCET|
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I had chosen this course because it was my dream to become an Aeronautical Engineer. The student ratio is 1:5 as it is engineering sector that too as the mechanical background so the girl's ratio is less. Most of the faculties are PhD and pursuing PHD professors and about their teaching method is awesome as faculties help us at any condition. They treat us like their friend as well as at some time they treat us like their own children. As final exams are based on the university but the internal exams are taken by the faculties. About difficulty in passing the subject if anyone study well they can easily pass otherwise every one knows it.
Fee structure was 5 lakh rupees, it was kind of expensive in terms of facilities provided to the students, they used to take 16000 rupees as university charge each semester, building fund as 20000 each semester, there were no transparency in terms of fees breakdown.
It was 4 years course divided in 8 semesters which includes practical as well as theory exams, Exams were done in our college itself but squard was arranged by the university of our college, we had a visit to milk company once as an industrial visit.
Through xam its fine by management its bit costly I wrote kcet of karnataka so mean while I scored enough to get this college so finally I am here in this college that mush b enough I wrote kcet of karnataka so mean while I scored enough to get this college so finally I am here in this college that mush b enough
Course structure is determined by university, not by college. Course structure was good. From University side the exam was pretty tough and strict which is call external exam. Another exams use to conduct by college which were called internal exam. Exams were as normal like other colleges but there were no extra curricular activities regarding exams and study and from college side there was nothing student improvement related.
The total fees of the college is Rs 2,50,000 which is average and any good institute offering engineering course have fees ranging nearby to this only. Also they offer semester wise fee plan which reduces the burden on the student and family.
All courses provide here are good courses. There are two types of exams over here. One is internal exam and another one is external. Passing in internal easy and same as other colleges. External exam as very tough to pass as it is conducted by the university
No, It's not expensive at all. Total fees 535000 in 4 years. And hostel fees are 6000 per semester. And this fees structure is much lesser than the other colleges. And university toppers are also from this college. For transportation, college bus is also available.
All course subjects are taken in the classes. Faculties are very responsible and well qualified. Exams are taken fairly. Cameras are there in the classrooms. And industrial visits also organized by the college authority. This college makes students brighter.
Fees structure is feasible here. For four year of course including hostel and all it costs around four and half lacks. It's depends on the course offered. For aeronautical engineering it's bit expensive cost around 8 lacks.
All courses provide here are good courses. There are two types of exams over here. One is internal exam and another one is external. Passing in internal easy and same as other colleges. External exam as very tough to pass as it is conducted by the university called VTU.
The total fees of the college is 2,50,000 Rs which is average and any good institute offering engineering course have fees ranging nearby to this only. Also they offer semester wise fee plan which reduces the burden on the student and family.
The curriculum of the college is according to the university it is affiliated to, though it is very comprehensive still they give practical knowledge to each and everyone of their students. They have covered most of the topics recommended for the course.
It's the cheapest college in Bangalore and it's fee structure for aero branch is upto 5,30,000 and adding hostel it is upto 7,11,000rs.(per semester mess fee is 40,000rs)
The course I choose is I can say that according to me is good becoz I'm an first year student, and I don't have much experience in it. On practical learning focus is more but the teaching is poor. If you want to take a course than you choose aeronautical engineering. It is the best one in my choice.
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