Fees is almost nothing. 7000-8000 rs per semester. Even that can be discounted if any student can not afford it. DU MCA students can easily have tuition outside if they want to pay this by there own. Though it is nothing compared to private colleges.
it was toughest course i ever attended or heard of someone. Every mark earned there in 3 years is hard earned. A lot to learn. professors there set very high bench mark for students. Industry level assignments are done in the course curriculum. Professors don't allow to cheat or copy internet available assignments.
DU is so much feasible it nearly took only 75 k for all three year expense and to complete my graduation. I remember my first year admission fees was around 15 k excluding books. 2nd year was 16 k and the 3rd year was 20 k. Total books costs 15 k as we had 6 semester and had 6 subject every semester.
Course structure is really good and as it is an regular university and I was part of regular college it gets easy for us to learn things our ownself. They provide classes on weekdays which I believe is not so sufficient for many people.
Feasible In Delhi University the average annual fee of a particular course is ₹3000-6000 the fee varies from college & course. Infact every college has a branch of bank opened in the college itself which makes it easy for students to deposit the fee.
We used to have a no.of practical exams, there are also regular internal examinations & class test as well. Some new subjects were also introduced in final semester namely International Trade which helped ua gain knowledge about the Int'l atrade Practices. So the overall course curriculum focused both on theoretical as well as practical knowledge.
The fee structure is feasible. It is around 14000 rupees per year for Masters student with absolutely no extra charges. The low fee structure is due to tej college being under Delhi university which is a central university funded by central government.
Well the college is experience for the middle class families because of the fees and the outer expenses which costs which overall colsts you around 14.7k per month well it mine. But it could be more if you have to be best and it is hopefully not be more then 17k per month.
Basically the course is limited we learn everything here that is important for our future and which we will surely apply. And it's really good but can be carried forward for advance studies and the concept that would be very clear we get deep in the research and love to study as well.
Fee structure of delhi university is the cheapest. No other college in India or outside india can compete to this. Only 7000rps per year for per course.
Easy course to study and understand. Helps to gain day to day knowledge as well as our political views. Language courses provide better job opportunities. It also gives knowledge about globalization and trading. Foreign exchange etc.
Very cheap, it is just around rip rupees three thousand and eight hundred only, per annum which is like very cheap and can be afforded by any one. There is also included one thousand as library security which will be returned back to you after you pass out from the course. The second year is even more cheaper, where we don't have to pay the extra thousand bugs of security money and the fees is nearly two thousand and five hundred.
In this course we have to study about the three major powers of east asia, which are China, Japan and Korea. Initially we have to study about all the aspects of ask these countries, including a any one language from these three countries. The language will be of our choice but from second year onwards we will specialize in any one particular country, i.e. Either China or Japan or Korea.
Very Feasible. Not expensive at all. Free types. Great. No burdend on our pockets. Better for planing other things also like trips and savings and all. Bery happy with that.
All major subjects were covered but not in detail. Course has given a sense of what is going on in the industry or say in economy. Major subjects were accounts and tax and both subjects were very good and interactive.
Fee wast a problem for any student as it was a gov college and was very cheap it was around 4 to 5 thousand a year the only thing that mattered was the line that before fee counter.
A bit difficult in some subjects but overall it was ok and being involved in sports it was a bit difficult to cope up if left something and required extra classes.
College education has gotten quite a bit of talk within the last few years. The talking helps to show why the cost of education has been on a steady rise. For many years college education was not that important, but now with not so many job openings and a lot of people wanting jobs it requires more education in order to get the jobs. The higher someone goes in college the more likely they are to get the job they want. Almost everyone agrees that college education is on a steady price rise, but there are many reasons as to why it is rising. Some people have very strong issues as to why it is rising and some issues are pretty weak.
Physics, Chemistry, Biology , Maths , Reasoning and General Knowledge.Candidates who have passed /will be appearing for 12th class examination or its equivalent with the subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology and with 60% marks (50% for SC/ST candidates) in aggregate.