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Fees remain constant at which you took admission. No Scholarship, Financial Assistance from the University side. Almost No OnCampus placement for B.tech Student. No other cost to study expect fees. Library has less books and reading hall is not good.
The fee of my college is very nominal and affordable because it is a full government college. And the fundings are received by the government. The fee for one year is Rs 71,333 and the fee for the whole course is around 2,10,000. There is some reduction in the fees for the weaker section of the society. The reserved category enjoys some of the benefits.
The fees are okay because it is a government-aided university. Including semester and examination fees 1 lacs per year is charged. As it is a minority institution, many scholarships are there for the minority students, whereas for all students there is a scholarship like if you rank as the top 10% students in your department, 50% of fees is reduced. For the next top, 10% students 25% fees get reduced.
The fee structure for Open and Distance is 40k in a year. There is no scholarship for SODL. NO financial assistance or campus jobs for SODL students. For Regular students scholarship: 1 . Full free ship of annual Tuition free up to 10% student in each course.
Frankly speaking, its government-aided semi-private college and fees are normalized as of DTU or NSIT. The fee structure is like that we have to pay 195000 in the first year in which 5000 is library refundable caution money. After that, it is 180000. So total we have to pay around 7.5 lakhs for the tenure of 4 years. As for me, I have not taken any of the financial aid and stuff, but there are many assistances which can be availed to get financial relaxation. I can not comment on the stipend regarding the internships as I am in my first year, but I have contacted the seniors, and they tell me like there is a decent amount for the internships available, but there are only a few internship opportunities on campus.
1. The fees are quite affordable. there is a yearly fee hike policy, but it does not really make a huge difference altogether. 2. There are several opportunities for scholarships as well and is easy to avail such scholarships.
During the time period that I studied here, we had to pay semester wise fees which were 32000 for six months. For the first semester, we had to pay 42000 because it included extra charges of 10000 of 5000 refundable security charges and 5000 library deposit. Because the fee is quite high some of the students need financial assistance so there are several scholarships that one may apply for if you have good marks. Talking about the placement cell in toxicology there is one company that used to come for the placement of 3rd-year students. There aren't many companies so one has to look outside the campus for jobs.
300000 for bcom and 20000 for first fess extra No scholarship for me
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Pros: 1.Location: Other than IP college, and other govt. IIT, NIT, Jamia Hamdard provide you the opportunity to do Engineering in Delhi. 2. Campus: Much large area covered by University as compared to IP colleges. Cons: 1. No or less on Campus placement opportunity. 2. Fees are quite high as compared to IP colleges.by Nishant Nagar
I choose this college because it is one of the best colleges in Delhi. Merits of this college are as follows - 1. The infrastructure of this college is very good. 2. The reputation of this college is also very good. 3. It is a government-funded university. Demerits of this college are as follows - 1. Faculty of Management courses are not as good as Medical courses. Admission is taken on a merit basis. If you have got above 70% there is a good chance of you to be admitted to the college. I checked all the details of the college on collegedunia.by Kashif
Since I was preparing for NEET but I didn't get admission in MBBS due to high cutoff, I was left with very less option. The best option that I found was B pharm. I searched a lot and got to know about Jamia Hamdard from Collegedunia Website. It was ranked number 1 in Pharmacy in NIRF pharmacy rankings.by Shah Faisal