It's a government college.studnt have to pay only 75 rupees per month.which is much less than the other private colleges.studnts have to pay that total money once a year.before taking the admission in each year.along with that there were exam fee, refundable library fee also.
There are 5faculty members during 2011-2013. Teachers divided the whole syllabus between them.there are departmental library also.from which we can take books in every week.that was the great facility for the students like us.along with the syllabu, teachers encouraged us in research area also.evey year they organised a special conference.where students can read their unique research paper by Their own choice.that was most interesting part in my college days.that practice of presenting papers helped me a lot in my research days.some times they had shown us some historical pictures, documentary, cinema etc. to encourage us in that topic.i appreciate those initiatives which build me slowly slo...
In our college the fees are quite reasonable. In some government sponsored courses like English , Political Science, Sanskrit, Philosophy, History, Bengali the fees payable per year is around ₹8000 only. In some self financed courses like BBA, Computer Science, B.Com, Micro Bio the fees maybe as much as ₹50,000 per year.
Scottish Church college is affiliated to Calcutta University for all the UG courses and hence follows the syllabus prescribed by the Calcutta University. The syllabus of Arts and Science subjects was last changed in 2009 and it is now in fine tune with any other major universities in India.
The fee structure during those days was absolutely feasible. It was not expensive at all. I believe a year's fees was within the 1500 INR reach which was pretty good.
The course curriculum was University prescribed and was good enough. The subjects involved in the course was apt and did not overboard topics in any way. English was the key in all of the mentioned subjects as that was my favourite subjects. I was more focussed in all that was covered in the curriculum. Nevertheless the course topics did not disappoint me in anyway.
Fee structure for all courses in various streams were and are still very very affordable for students from every strata of the society. No matter what socio economic group a student belongs to, the fee structure is completely feasible for them.
My course curriculum included the following subjects and I was more than happy with the quality of education imparted by the experienced faculty associated with the institution. My teachers not only taught me academic parts from the course that the Calcutta University holds as mandatory, but also taught me to be a good human being, practical knowledge in life and industry level standards to be ready for the job circuit as soon as one finishes their course. Other than my stream the college has various other subjects to choose from in each and every stream with an additional management institution, mass communication and vocational training modules that any student may want to pursue. The qual...