As LSR is categorized under elite college moreover it is ranked one. Fee is also high accordingly. It was 25,000/- for one year. But on the based of your marks and need you can apply for various scholarships and free-ships. To apply for that one need to clear interview at Bursar office.
The course curriculum has been intelligently designed which covers all facet of media and research. - Print media - Radio Journalism - Media marketing - Advertisement - Television journalism - Research and dissertation All above allows one to understand their interest and also helps them to decide the research field.
The fees for the courses are very reasonable. Since its a college under the government, the fees range from 3000-28000. Courses such as English, Political Science, Sociology, Geography, stc. usually cost 9000-12000 and detailed course as mass communication cost around 28000.
I am currently pursuing English and will be in the 3rd year now. Although the course is very vast, it is very interesting. We have a variety of genres in books, from historical books to romances to gothic novels. Students of the current system CBCS usually have 4 papers each in their first 2 semesters and 5 each in the 3rd and 4th semesters. Students have 2 core papers which are decided by the college, an Ability enhancement course and a minor paper, (options are provided with) and is called your generic elective. Overall its a very good course.
Fee structure is feasible with annual fee of around 10k and college provides many scholarships and free ships to students who lack financial stability, compared to private universities colleges in Delhi University has a feasible fee structure which ensures a feasible fee structure for everyone.
It's good though a little more focus on the contemporary world and research methodology would have increased the course efficiency and my interest, the electives should be the contemporary world and economic issues instead of algorithms. Research paper and methodology should be a core paper.
feasible money is taken on yearly basis. i pay 18 k every year. all years have different fee structure plus all courses have different fee structures
My course college is well designed so that students who don't come from a literary background could also grasp the ideas of this course properly and in an easy way. our teachers always provide us with an option where we can opt on doing a research project or a class assignment.
The fee structure is very much feasible we pay literally one tenth if that of a private university and the facilities provided are brilliant. It ensures a good return on investment and is not to heavy on the pockets. It makes the college earn some brownie points in being a popular choice
It is extremely well researched and multi disciplinary. It gives a thorough overview of every topic essential for a communication student. It opens umpteen gates of opportunities and creates an interest in various fields. It is an amalgamation of hard core journalism and mass communication
The fee structure is feasible only. But if you compare LSR to other Delhi University colleges, then it's a lot. Double or triple for some. But otherwise, the fees is pretty reasonably only compared to what we used to pay in school. The fees for my course is slightly higher than for other courses.
I opted for Statistics since I wanted to learn a practical approach but I feel that it's very theoretical only. There's not much focus on the recent trends such as data mining, analytics, etc. I feel that my course hasn't provided me with a platform for holistic development.
DU fees is feasible enough for me. DU has subsidesed fees and it comes out to be very low as compared to private universities. Last year my college fees for my course was 16,000 and this year it came down to 12,000 which is very low. Therefore, this has helped several low income category students.
Economics is a vast course. And the DU curriculum does justice to it. We are enrolled in CBCS system and have general electives in first four semesters which is an additional advantage since you get to study subjects out of your course too. My chosen elective is statistics and it has helped me a lot.
The fee structure like most other DU colleges is very reasonable. The fee for an entire year that is two semesters is Rs. 16400/ which covers the tuition fee etc. There are no other expenses in the college as such. I generally incur money for transportation, books, stationary or eating expenses.
The course structure is interesting with two core papers, one ability enhancement course out of English and evs in the first and the second semester along with a generic elective paper. There are certain opportunities for research also like the Mentored research forum. Apart from that there are societies of the economics department which organised field trips and also prepared contingents along with sharing information about the economic trends like stocks etc.
the fee structure is feasible.. it is taken yearly.. Every student is supposed to pay the fee at the beginning of every year.. the fee depends on the course you choose. I had to pay almost 14k this year.. it is cheaper than private institutions.
My course curriculum is well designed to cater to the needs of students from different subjects like arts, commerce and science. the course starts from the basic. research is an optional thing. it's for the student to decide what he/she is supposed to do.
Fee structure is flexible, in the sense, DU colleges are generally inexpensive. Schools generally have high fees, than what college has, Thus, it's affordable, also, we have scholarships and freeships, for the people who require. So, I guess, its' pretty much descent.
Being a psychology student, my course curriculum is pretty good, but since psychology is more of practice oriented, While what we do in college is complete theoretical or just making practical files, so, I guess, it could have been more practical oriented and real life experience based.