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The fee was nominal, the facilities provided were negligible. Hostel seats were limited. The central library in the college was the main attraction, with scholarships as per their category of reservation and cash rewards based on their academics.
The course material which I studied was quite thoroughly descreptive. The curriculum also lacked the element of practical knowledge, which is an essential part of the overall learning of a student. According to the curriculum semester, wise exams and practicals conducted.
For BHM course fee is around INR 98,000 for three academic years which is quite nominal when compared with other universities. For SC/ST and OBC category students scholarship and rebate in the fee. There are no additional fee charges.
The course curriculum is properly followed by the college on the basis of this semester wise exams and practicals conducted and also internships provided to all the students as per guidelines. A total of 6 semesters in 3 years, as well as the college, gives us projects to gain extra knowledge.
As compared to other colleges it's higher. Because in Atal Bihari Vajpayee there is semester system and we have to pay for every semester exam. The fee is still not that much expensive. One can afford such amount.
The university follows the semester system for examinations. Each semester exam gaps about 6months of time. And we the students are no required to read all the subjects for the whole year the subjects are divided according to the semester.
Cource curriculum must be not so good but there facilities are always try to help the students to make them capable. And the exam structure are like semester wise. There are 3 internal exam held by them of 15 marks, best of 2 are there number of internal and the final exam is of 75 marks.
The curriculam is perfect and is same as i wanted for me, i loved the whole course, the academics of the college are perfect and the faculties present are much qualified but their number is less then the required.
It's not more expensive like private colleges For every first year students approx 32,380/- for one year and you no need to pay it all once. At every increasing stage of semesters you paid small part of amount decided by the university.
In our college there are separate departments for all departments and we also have a smart lab and smart class with fully functional latest equipments and have nice environment. In B. Sc computer science, it is a three year course ( two semester each). In a year you have three internal exams or simple called test exams in which you must pass two out of three. And also attendance matter of 75% compulsory for sitting in main semester exam. In this B. Sc computer science course whole three year we gone masters in basic computer knowledge. And the exam structure is that Their is a list generates that have the name of students who are certified to sit in exam. If you have any serious medical problem issue you can submit it and request to sit in exam.
The BU is really feasible, the yearly fee for the B.Sc(Bachelor of Science) course is just 13,410 per annum currently. The fee varies for different courses but is easily manageable for a middle-class student.
Fee structure is very affordable. It has been set at a level where students of all economic backgrounds can continue their education. I pay Rs.5000 per semester till the 6th semester, after which i will be paying Rs.6000.
First year fee for my M.Sc. Computer Science program was INR 6,000. Though the fee was nominal, the facilities provided were negligible. Hostel seats were limited. The central library in the college was the main attraction. The technical devices were also limited and not even upto the standards. There were a shortage of faculty every now and then. Inadequate sports equipment
Bilaspur University is a place which allowed the students from economically challenged backgrounds to live their dream of higher education. Although the facilities provided by the University are not up to the mark, but it seems fair for a fee of INR 6000 for a year. Placement is almost nil, but there is a lot to learn. Some of the faculty members are quite thorough in their teaching, explaining every topic in great detail
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