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Curriculum was not as much great as I was expected but I could adjust to it. Academics was excellent we could get regular exams from there. The main thing is the faculties,they are excellent in their own fields.so we could get an excellent guidence from them
The fees structure are feasible. Because it is a aided college. There is no semester fees. In the admission time they will tells us to pay some cash as fees for sports activities, arts day's activities and other activities. There is donation fees for students got admission in management quota. Examination fees are only for students who don't gets the special consideration.
It will make me into commerce professional. Bcom provide a lot opportunity's for my future. There is a lot support I get from my parents, teachers and seniors for studying. And also they provide other certificate courses more than classroom study. It gives us a practical knowledge in different subjects.
Per year fee is Rs 5,000 which is very much feasible. This is a plus point of the college. We had so much low fee structure for the entire programme that we were able to pay the fee through our stipends. It's good thing that college keeps such a less fee.
The curriculum provides advanced knowledge of the subject. We were more indulged in practical works and lab works. We spent lot of our times in the setting up apparatus for the experiment or taking readings.
The fee structure for the programme is very much feasible. The course is just of thre years and per year fee is Rs 3,500 which is very much feasible for us. We were able to pay the fee by ourselves by doing some internship and part time jobs.
The course is good. We had a vast course. It was very much detailed and hard. There were lot of additional work too which made the work even more tiring. The labs were even more hectic for us as we had to give many assignments.
Fee for this whole course is so nominal or you can say so feasible. Any student can afford is very easily. This is a two year course. This course includes tuition fee, admission fee, other fee. The fee for the whole course is rs. 7490.
The course curriculum is so good and not necessary. The exams are conducted semester wise to help the students to score good marks. The exams taken are not that easy. The students have to do studies with great concentration.
The fee structure per year is rupees 2930 E for 1st year rupees 2570 for 2nd year and 2570 for third year as well. The grand total of bed is rupees 8070 only. The fees is paid in two categories that is tuition fee and other fee.
The curriculum includes the subjects like introduction to microeconomics and macroeconomics, statistics, economic policy, Money and banking, economic history, legal studies, international trade, collective decisions etc.
The total fees for the three-year course is around Rs.10,000. That is avery affordable amount compared to many other colleges in the same quality bracket. It is certainly quite feasible for the general public.
The course is really well-structured. None of the topics are out of place, and they're chronologically well-placed. When we start a new topic, we usually already know the basics, because those were covered sometime before. Exams are regular, held by the university. It isn't too hectic.
The course fees is very affordable. The three-year Bachelor's course, in fact, only costs just about 10,000 rupees, which isn't really very high. The fact that the degree is awarded by a reputed state university, and that we get good faculty and infrastructure for that fees, makes it all the more feasible.
The course curriculum is nicely designed, with all the important topics included. The course structured in a way that we always have the basics covered before studying a particular topic. Exams are conducted regularly by the university.
Since the college is for those students who cannot afford expensive education the total fees of the course is approximately Rs.10,000 for three years. The first year instalment is around Rs.3800 which is very feasible and with the exposure provided in the college it is worth it. It can be submitted in the form of demand draft or card payments, no cash is accepted for the fees.
The course is divided into six semesters and comprised of three years in total. We get to study Core and non-core subjects and the internal and external examination is conducted. The practical is taken with the external examinations. The curriculum is not that hectic and has a free scope of research.
the fees is very minimal of this college. they also provide scholarships and financial support to the economically backward students. the fees ranges from 5k to 7k and is determined by the subjects a student chooses.
the curriculum is choice based , and semester division is done.the curriculum focuses more on memory of students then on creative learning here, but still the courses are detailed . Exams structure is pretty good also and students are given adequate choices.
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