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I did not opt for any college education loan but there are scholarships for students and they repeat every year.
For degree programme (BSc Geography). There is a fee rs 12500 per semester price varies from programmes because of the presence and absence of lab records and other things But for post-graduation, there is an increase of 22500 for every 4 semesters ie, 2 years.
There are so many events celebrated in the college. Arts day is celebrated for 1 full day and encourage students. Sports day is also celebrated. College day is the main event in the college. Onam, Christmas functions are also there. There are some fests also conducted in the college.
There is a pleasant atmosphere for students. The college is surrounded by nature and this is the main attraction of the college. There is a neutral gender ratio. They provide the students with all lab facilities as much as possible and they encourage students.
Alumni network conducts in every year and this provides the senior students with a regathering of their colleagues.
All faculties are highly educated and there are also faculties with PhD. They clear our doubts accordingly and they help and compel us to study better for the examination. They see us as their children and there is a friendly atmosphere there. Strongly recommended.
I got admission via allotment but there are also management quotas for students. It will enable students who got fewer marks to do a degree programme and secure good marks. Please book your seats in the month of May or June for the new academic year course.
Currently, there are no placement programmes provided in the college because of the less information about private companies.
Degree programme is 3 years. There are 6 semesters (2 semesters in each year) and there 6 exams to complete the degree programme. They provide the students with required notes to study for the examination and students can secure good marks in the examination.
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