Fees is around 9000 per annum which is very feasible.Students just have to pay this sum and just exam fees and that was all for the fees for an year.Very reasonable and affordable it was.Poor people could also afford to send their child to this college.Fee structure was very simple and yearly based.
Its a bit different and a out of the box course but very practical mainly it tells us to use Data and interpret it.It makes the easier to analyse small datas in companies and its use is very vast in every sector...because irrespective of everything dats is always there so will be the use of statistics.
Being a government university college the fee structure is feasible. The fee is not more than 15000 rupees. The fees depends on the course.For science courses there is a slight rise in the fee than the arts and commerce courses.Only tuition fee is given by the students.
The course syllabus for first semester is light so that students can take time to adapt to the college curriculum and academics.The electives include chemistry, maths, digital electronics statistics and topics from physics.Students apply for their choice of electives and based on their cutoff they are appointed the subjects.Other elective subjects include english and environmental science which are compulsory for each student to study.
Being a DU college, the fees is quite nominal and affordable. It is feasible as compared to other colleges offering the same course. This course has an annual fee of approx 14,000 making it 7,000 per semester. Which makes it a total of 42,000 for the 3 year course.
The course curriculum for B.A Economics expands from economic sector in markets to households. Hence covering every area of expertise required for ones pursuing this field. Electives will be provided in Semesters 5 and 6, where we can choose anything ranging the economic impact on health end education toh the market influence.
The fee structure is feasible as compared to other colleges offering same course. It comes under delhi university so the fees is quite nominal and affordable. The fee is deposited annually.
Perfect course structure just what a commerce student wants to study. All the subjects were of complete interest to increase the student aptitude.
The Fee structure is as per Delhi University norms and under the guide lines of university grants commission. The fees is not high and very reasonable and affordable by one and every one. Our College has sports quota as well apart from NCC quota as well.
Course curriculum is excellent from all aspects. This college has the best teaching faculty and best laboratory facilities. All the teaching staff are have very good experience and knowledge. Location is very ideal from all respects. Has very good library and teaching staff are easily accessible.
The fee structure if economical. We just have to pay 7000 per year apart from exam fees. The exam fee depends on number of theory and practical papers.
Since it was a University of Delhi college, being a Government college, fee was very affordable. Around 2500 INR per annum with examination fee seperately of around 500 INR. This is during 2007, amount may have changed now.
Curriculum was descent however could have been modified as per the current times requirements - focus on Economic History was a lot, which could have been reduced and some economic issues of todays time could be introduced.
The fee structure is Rs9500 to 10,000 per year plus Rs 1000 examination fees biannually. I guess the fee structure of Delhi University is pretty chilled out.
It is a little overwhelming, with four subjects plus practicals in each semester with tough subjects like probability and statistical mathematics, survey sampling, real analysis, calculus etc.
Fee structure is feasible. Everyone can afford it. Was approximately 3000 or 4000. Quarterly.
Course curriculum is for 3 years where we read different subjects like economic and political science apart from 2 language courses. Students also get to choose other subjects.
The fee structure is feedable, since i am a foreign student my fees per year are around 13,000 Indian ruppes and for local students it would be around 7,000 ruppess per year.