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The fees structure are good about 15000/ SEM which is good for a medium class family
There is no hike in fees, the fees are fixed in my course or other courses also and if you get a good percentage in your boards you will definitely get a scholarship if you get 90% in boards you will get 50% scholarship and if you get 80% in boards you will get 25% scholarship.
Honestly the fee is affordable so you wont need to have a scholarship but if you do then thereÕs a OBC/SC/ST quota scholarship by the government. Or else you can avail the scholarship by the college which is if you score above 80% you get 10% off on your fee and if 90% then you get 20% off on your fee.
No, college offers many scholarship as specified by devi ahilya vishvavidyalay (college affiliated to )and many of my friends taken the benefits of these scholarship as if you scored 80-85-90 marks in 12th then you may get fees concession and othe scholarships like OBC,SC/ST etc of which the student can get benefits.
To the students who score above 85% in class 12, would get 50% off on UG fees. Those with above 80% would get 20% off on fees. During my graduation, scholarship criteria was different. I scored 80% in class 12th so I got scholarship of worth 50% in first year of study and in upcoming years scholarship of worth 20% (on scoring more than 80% every year). No such scholarship for PG courses.
SC, ST, OBC, Fee waiver and education lone is also available. If you have toped your board like CBSE or PSEB so there is also a scheme that you will have to pay 50% if you score 70% or more. Expect this there is no other option
I dont opted for any education loan as the course fees is not much high that one should need a loan. If someone requires it college staffs will guide the process. There are also some scholarship facilities given by the state university. If you are eligible you can fillup the application form from respective teachers.
Yes college offers various scholarship for student but I'm in general category so I don't have any scholarship. I didn't opted for loan.
On the basies of your merit you can get scholarship in the form of discount in the fee, for example in percentage is 95+ then 100% scholarship, if it is 90 + then 80% scholarship, if it is 80 + than 50% scholarship and if it is 70% than the scholarship is just 10-20%.
Scholarship govt rules ke anushar milti hai agar 12th me 80 ke uper %age hai to fees me kch choit milti hai ar st sc obc scholarship milyi hai joki govt se direct student ke account me aati hai sath hi me bpl card holder ko as er govt rule scholarship avilablie hoti hai.
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore (DAVV University) has declared to conduct the third round of counselling for the programs under the Common Admission Process. The second round of counselling was completed on November 6, 2020. The third round of counselling will be conducted offline at th
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