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Those who get CGPA above 7.5, they got assistanceship from DoS every semester so they don't have to pay a single penny, but those who can't secure the above mentioned CGPA they have to pay Rs. 50,000 per semester. The mode of payment is through Internet banking. During admission they took Rs. 10,000 which they will return it after graduation. I didn't have to pay till now but I think there is no transparency in the fee-breakdown.
Our course structure almost similar to those in IITs but a little bit changed, as for example in my course with ECE major we also had to study aviation and computer science as per requirements for an ISRO scientist. For exam structure, 2 quizzes of 15 marks, and 20 internal and the rest 50 for final end semester exam for every semester. For research, one thing we take the chance of directly working in different ISRO projects, except that one can also work under our faculty for their individual interested projects.
Fee structure is somewhat good because college provide many facilities in this fee structure like bus lab sports and other extra curricular activities so student trained in every filed and ready to take challenges
Good lab and friendly atmosphere if you find any difficulties in your research so you easily discuss with faculties and our faculties also phd helder so they will easily tackle your problem and give suggeation to make more special your research
Students who achieve gpa more than 7.5 in each semester are provided full scholarship including their food and accommodation. Students below 7.5 gpa has to pay 48400 rs for the next semester including food and accommodation. The payment can be made either by direct debit or by online. Complete transparency is maintained in the transaction of fees.
As the institute is mainly focusing on bringing up space scientists it's syllabus and curriculum are slightly different from other colleges. There are 3 branches aerospace engineering, electronics and communications engineering and engineering physics which is a dual degree program. Students will be assessed on the basis of 2 quizzes, internal assessment and end semester examination. The syllabus and structure of education helps me familiarise with the space science
It is flexible as per you can convience thourough marks you obtained and Specific Branch or Steam you selecting. You should have to keep your all bills paid to college as per if required for enquiry you have to clear your fees before your semester then only allowed sit in semester exam after submitting no dues form.
Yes, they give science visit every semester once and placement and industrial visits are also scheduled. Workshop are regularly every week once as per your stream and the lab works are also every week done in under guidelines of subject alumini and lab in-charges.
The course admission is purely based on the Jee Adv exam ranklist. No money can give you admission into the college. The total fee for a 6 month semester is 48400 including hostel and tuition fee. It is not really expensive when compared to other colleges in India.
The syllabus is relatively difficult and the college is deemed and autonomous. The lectures will be the same people who creates question papers. The lectures are purely theoretical accompanied with laboratory session which focuses on the experimental part. On campus placements are rare since most of the students are absorbed by the parent organization ISRO itself. An Industrial visit is also there during the secind year of the four year program.
The DoS offers an assitanceship to all the students securing a GPA above 7.5 in a semester. This assistance works on a per semester basis. Students not eligible for this assistance have to pay a fee of 48,500 per semester. A partial relaxation in fees is also given to the reseved category students.
The institute offers three undergraduate programs namely, B Tech in Aerospace Engineering, B Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering (Avionics) and a Dual degree program with B Tech in Engineering Physics + MS in either of the four: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Solid State Physics, Optical Engineering and Earth System Science. The curriculum of all the programs is heavily industry based, specifically towards the space research industry since it is run by the Department of Space, Government of India. The students also get access to various ISRO and DoS centres for different projects amd internships.
For those who secure a cumulative grade point above 7.5 donor need to remit the any fees.If you are getting above 7.5 there will bea book grant of rupees three thousand. For others they have to pay 48,000 per semester as the fees. Which is anyway fair.
Yes this campus is mainly space oriented. They always tries to bring a touch with space science in all the courses provided by them.Mainly there are btech mtech PhD programs. In many topics. Just provides three branches in btech ie btech Aerospace engineering btech electronics and communication engineering and finally dual degree in engineering physics.
The fees structure is quite feasible. Being a government college the fees is quite low also we get the our fees back if we secure a minimum CGPA of 7.5 fees consists of various things such as the hostel and mess facilities.
Course Curriculum is very tough. Being a space science institution the curriculum is well planned.The course available are Aerospace, Avionics and Engineering Physics. Exam structure consists of 3 different exams.
If a student in Under-Graduate or Dual Degree course secures a GPA of 7.5 or above in a semester, DoS provides scholarship for him/her for the semester which covers the Tuition fee, Hostel fee, Mess fee etc. If the student doesn't secure a GPA of 7.5 or above, he/she will have to pay the fee for that semester, which will be around ?50,000.
Course Curriculum is well established with courses consisting all aspects of Space Science and Technology. Each semester will have 5 or 6 Theory courses and 2 or 3 Practical courses. For theory courses, there'll be two quiz (1-hour exam) of 15 marks each at some time in between the semester and an end semester exam (3-hours) of 50 marks at the end of the semester. For the rest 20 marks out of 100, students have to do projects/assignments/seminars or write an exam (depends on the teacher). For practical courses, the evaluation is based on the performance during the experiments in the laboratory and final practical exam.
fees structure is little expensive but as I am an OBC student so i get the scholarship which helps me a lot through scholarship i get my 30 percent of fees returned back which is a positive point for me
Course is fabulous we study the course selected by our university that is rgpv(rajiv ghandhi prodhyogic vishwa vidhyalay) bhopal. we cam say that the course is very benificial for student to get a bundle of knowledge about engineering.
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