"The fee structure is quite feasible. The fees for one academic year is somewhere around 20k-25k. One can pay the whole amount at once or in parts. So financially it was not a burden on anyone."
Arvind A Sharma,
Bachelor in management studies, Pursued: FIrst year ON
2016 - 2017
"The admission for this course has different cut off for the students from different streams for a scident student the cut off was 390+ marks out of 650 and I want to do BMS That's I was searching a good college with placements that's why I chose sathaye college."
"1st year - 3500, 2nd year - 4500, TYBOM - around 5000, however for minority category student always be their some consession which help them to overcome on financial incapability and get good knowledge."
Overall experience was just fine. I expected a muvh better one though. Really hope the highly talented and qualified teachers be a little more active. Shifting from private school to a government college makes it difficult to feel comfortable. But got used to it with time. Even though the infrastructure wasn't quite fancy, the teachers and their teachings were. Found a good group of friends which stuff a lot easier. Not many fests and events were organized in our college, but the few that were there were a lot of fun. Now that it's over, I shall miss it, but not as much as my school.
I loved my college and will always love it the best thing about my college was the liberty that students get to express their views and ideas through various medium of competition, annual functions, religious functions etc the only bad thing i can think o
Arvind A SharmaBachelor in management studiesPursued FIrst year
2016 - 2017
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
The good highlight is they encourage college students to participate in various projects, and sports the bad highlight of the college is they have to think about the infrasturcture of cateen and they don't allow students to go out of the gate between 8.15 am to 9.00 am in the morning.
Mumbai University has published a circular inviting the applications for admission to first year of various undergraduate programs offered by Mumbai University and its affiliated colleges. Applications form for the colleges are available from May 31, 2017 – June 15, 20
University of Mumbai started its distance education wing, entitled “Institute of Distance and Open Learning”, in 1971. The University was the 7th one in the country to start such a facility. The IDOL offers both bachelor’s and master’s degrees and students have even
The University of Mumbai had started it distance education directorate way back in 1971 and was the 7th university in the country to do so. The distance education directorate is now known as “Institute of Distance and Open Learning”. The IDOL offers a number of courses at the bachelor