The fees structure here is quite expensive for some courses such as B.Tech, BBA, MBA. Etc. The university takes money from us in every possible way even if we visit their clinic, the money is deducted from our security deposit. Even if we don't bring our Id we are charged.
The course curriculum is based on international standards as it should be easy for a student to shift to another partner University if he or she wishes to do so. Since many of my friends left for foreign universities I'd say that the curriculum is great.
Fee structure depends completely on the course one opts for. There are some expensive courses, while some are affordable. The fee varies between INR 45,000-2,50,000 per semester, depending on the course. There is a provision for scholarships for the toppers which comes as a financial aid, significantly reducing the fees.
It is a beautiful blend where academics is suplemented by additional learnings like a foreign language and communications course.It meets the needs of all students-brilliant, mediocre and the less interested one. Each semester is a continuation of the other. After the completion of the course, one is capable to make sense of the entire journey.
Among all other courses, this fee structure is very feasible and affordable for a middle-class family. scholarships are also provided to students having financial problems and students scoring good merit in exams yearly. also, students performing at national and international events of any sort are also provided scholarships.
the course curriculum is nicely designed to prepare students for the corporate world. Industry oriented teaching is one of the rule institutes follows, that's why subjects like business communication and behavioral science are included in every program. Core courses are as per laid down by Govt. organizations and allied courses are incorporated to widen the exposure of student.
According to me, the fee structure is feasible. They also arranged some sort of quotas according to the requirement. Even the people who scored really good marks, they need to pay less. EMI options are also available for the same. Overall, the fee structure is feasible.
In Amity University, Curriculum is divided into semesters. Like, I am pursuing MBA for 2 years so it is divided into 4 semesters. So, I am in the last semester. I never faced any issue in the course curriculum. They provided us with notes, learning material, video lectures, assignments and sometimes they arrange a web conference.
Of course, amity is one of the expensive university of India. But they also provide the scholarship for genius students on the basis of there board mark, engineering or medical exam taken by CBSE or by there own entrance exam which is conducted by the university itself.
Go to the official website. There under academics, you'll find different departments. Under department select whichever courses you want, then the branch, then in the right section, you'll find a link called courses offered. Then you should be able to download the curriculum of the corresponding course.
The fee structure is quite expensive because of some of facilities provided by the college like Dominos, Subway and Amul. The fee structure is different for different courses. A student from upper middle class can hardly afford it but for that college has scholarships and Loan facility.
The curriculum is the strong aspect of Amity University Noida. The number of curriculum activities is available in every field. From sports to cultural fests every activity is being performed by the college which is important for a student to develop himself/herself.
Expensive, the fees are expensive but the experience is at par with it. The fees are in a circle of 100000. The fees don't cover any transport facilities or any hostel accommodation or any extra facilities. Obviously, the fees vary as per the course and program you are a part of.
The curriculum is amazing and covers a lot of aspects and some subjects that are extra are also very important and helpful as they help us in our future a lot. Some of those are of very low importance but some are very good and helpful
Fee structure for my course was divided into 2 categories:- Sponsored and Non-Sponsored. The fee for Non-Sponsored category was 41,500 for first and second semester 45,000 for third and fourth and 48,500 for fifth and sixth. For sponsored category it was 61,500 each semester for first year, 65,000 for each semester for second year and 68,500 for each semester in third year. It is quite feasible as the things that college provides comes in this but it's upto you what facilities you enjoy and how much you make of your college.
Course structure is very well divided into courses and researches at the end of each semester. The research papers are named as NTCC projects and for helping us out throughout the research there are teachers allotted to help at any point of time. Rest course subjects are in good variety and number. Average of 10-11 subjects are there in every semester so that there is not much burden of a huge syllabus of each subject on students. Course structure also includes presentations and such seminars done by institution for students where people with great experience comes and share their knowledge about the subjects and particular topics.
Yeah its some expensive but at the end it is totally worth it. They do provide some loan facilities also for our course. Learning a foreign language is also included in the course with lots of practical projects given to the students make the learning easy and also the fees structure totally worth it.
They do provide our own microsite to access to all of our course curriculum. Even they send us timely mail for our convenience. we can even talk to our teachers regarding our course curriculum or either to the management staff. Even we are updated by our teachers timely about our curriculum.
Fees is very high for what we get as education in college. No strong reason by college for that huge fees. It is very very expensive going above 1.35lkh per semester. So it is purely college for high class families. Medium class families trying to join kids in this university is a real big risk which can have good out comes or total bad
A curriculum is designed based on UK education system. It is very different from normal Indian colleges and hard. Each semester had 6-8 subjects apart from labs. English, Behavioural science, and one foreign language are compulsory mine were French. Labs have separate periods and course with an exam at end sem. This adds huge huge stress on students. Labs have good equipment but not enough for class with a strength of 70+
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