|B.Tech||₹53,460 (1st Year Fees)||10+2 with 45% + KCET|
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The college faculties are good enough. They really take care of students, their teaching was good Sometimes there may be less number of faculties , but no online classes are held clearly in lockdown,
Fee is feasible but for me. It's very expensive because I'm studying in educational loan. And to complete graduation nearly 2. 5 lak of money is required. It include both college & hostel fees. The seat iam selected for this college was govt seat but some amount of fee should we paid to institution such as your fee, laboratory fee, tution fee etc.
The course was very fantastic & interested. The exams was conducted by both college & University named as internal & external exam. Lab exams was done by college only. And compare to internal exams the external exam was something tough and the external exam contain objective & subjective paper both to appear in exam minimum of 80% attendence in every course is compulsory in our college.
The fee structure is very feasible compared to other professional degree courses. The whole 4 year expenses for admission would sum up to not more than 2. 5 lakhs. The fee should be paid the beginning of every semester and not annually.
The course curriculum is as perfect as it can be, because food technology is covered diversely. All the fields of food technology is summed up in this curriculum along extra curricular like NSS, RAWE, all India Industrial visit.
Fee structure is expensive for me because I'm daughter of poor flood areas small farmer. The fee structure is for any year 1st sem its seems to be 18000and for 2nd sem its 15000 and for one year total amount is upto 40000 rupees
It is good to get graduation in this course. Exam pattern is sem wise. we got more opportunities to build oir knowledge through all india trip and state trip and rural agriculture work experience and NSS & NIC AND SPORTS and i also participted in all these and i proudly say theI'm one of the university player and i got gold medal in inter agri sport meet. In this college good surronding for studies. Good laboratory are there in campus only ididnt face any hectic condition because our faculty was good.
Fee structure is feasible for the middle class families and other, in year we got 2 semester for one semester we have to pay for about 15k so totally 30k for year in college. In hostel we have to pay for 2.5k per month, so it is feasible to all students.
In agriculture colleges we learned agriculture aspects along with that we also studies other aspects like computer science. Statistics, economics, mathematics, physics, etc. Total marks is 100 for exam. 50 is internals and 50 is external. internal 50 marks divides as midterm 30 marks, practicals10 marks, attendance 5 mark, manual 5 marks. In external 25 is subjective and 25 is objective
Compared to other colleges like engineering and medical our fees structure is very feasible,as our college is a government college,there is no need to explain much about the fees structure. The fees structure is in such way that it is affordable to middle class family.
In our college we have 4 year course and each year has 2 semesters and total of 8 semesters.In the first 6 semesters we have written exams, last 2 semesters are of Hands on Training and Implant training program.Two exams that is internal and external,both for 50 & 50 marks each.
Fee is feasible. It's about 16 to 18 thousand per Semester. Fee structure variation based on your semester and your year. Even you will get scholarship through which you can pay your this fee by the Govt.
Course curriculum is quite interesting as it contains all basic quite courses that are necessary to go through in the food technology degree.Exam takes place in two phases-internal and external(both 50-50 marks).
Fee structure for bsc(agriculture) is feasible can be afforded by all the students including economically poor students. Fees during the te of admission will be around 15000 for general category students fees during the next succeeding semester are around 8000-9000 fees will be paid once per semester. no extra fees like tution fees, sports fee, event fees etc will taken bybthe College *students belong to obc category will get scholarship from state government evry year around 25000-28000 *sc/st students will get 24000 per year by government *hostel will be run by agriculture college only. Mess bill per month will be around 2500.(29000-30000 Rs per year) *studentvwill also get stipend during their RAWE placements in villages . around 24000Rs *student has pay extra for all india and state educational tour *overall expenditure will be like this- Academic fees-75000 -80000Rs(app.) Hostel - 105000-110000Rs(app.) Total = 180000 to 190000 Rs(app.)
1.Bsc(agriculture) degree deal with mainly agriculture and allied subjects 2.agriculture subject includes agronomy, soilscience, entomology, pathology, plant breeding and genetics, agriculture economics,agriculture extension etc 3.allied subject includes horticulture, animal husbandry, biotechnology, agriculture engeneering etc
Fee structure is an affordable one as it is fixed by the board it will come upto 25000 for admission through KCET
It's a good course and knowledgable one it gives knowledge about scientific method application in agriculture,researches are also undertaken in national level.
Our college fees about 17000 per year because of government college. And usually in agricultural colleges most are governmently owned. And Karnataka government provides scholarship for the almost every person and I think even last person(high poverty)person can pursue this course.
Our college is a perfect government college. We have ransom of fund and our college infrastructure is very good and the lecturers are all theory oriented and never encourage practical classes. And our college programms reflects Indian timings and finally our college needs good leadership.
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