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Fees Structure and Courses of Delhi School of Economics, [DSE] New Delhi

Delhi School of Economics, [DSE] New Delhi Fee Structure and List of Courses Summary

Course Duration Fees
Ph.D 2 year(s) 15,984
Bachelor of Arts [BA] 3 year(s) 29,895
Master of Arts [MA] 2 year(s) 14,802
Master of Philosophy [M.Phil] 2 year(s) 17,828
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Delhi School of Economics, [DSE] New Delhi Courses and Fee Structure


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Delhi School of Economics, [DSE] New Delhi Science Fee Structure


Ph.D

Course Duration:

2 year(s), Full Time

Total Tuition Fees:

Rs. 15,984

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Delhi School of Economics, [DSE] New Delhi Humanities and Arts Fee Structure


Bachelor of Arts [BA]

Course Duration:

3 year(s), Full Time

Total Tuition Fees:

Rs. 29,895

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Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.}

Course Duration:

3 year(s), Full Time
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Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Economics) View Eligibility Criteria
Master of Arts [MA]

Course Duration:

2 year(s), Full Time

Total Tuition Fees:

Rs. 14,802

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Master of Arts [MA] Reviews

Adarsh
Adarsh
Master of Arts [MA] (Economics), batch of 2017
9/10
FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP

The course fee is around INR 8000. All the scholarship provided by DU for PG student is applicable here. There is no need of loan because of low fees.



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Master of Philosophy [M.Phil]

Course Duration:

2 year(s), Full Time

Total Tuition Fees:

Rs. 17,828

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College Information

The Delhi School of Economics is one of India’s premier institutes of higher learning. The school was launched in 1949 by V.K.R.V. Rao, with the support of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. It grew out of a vision that a newly independent nation, which aspired to social and economic progress, needed a vibrant centre for advanced studies in the social sciences. The department of economics, along with its sister departments of geography and sociology, has produced many of the country’s leading academics, educators, administrators, policy makers, corporate leaders and journalists. Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and the late Sukhamoy Chakravarty, one of the architects of India’s Five Year Plans, have all taught here.

  • The department of economics was designated a Centre of Advanced Study by the University Grants Commission

  • DSE is affiliated with University of Delhi

  • The department of economics, along with its sister departments of geography and sociology, has produced many of the country’s leading academics, educators, administrators, policy makers, corporate leaders and journalists

  • It remains even today the leading centre in South Asia for advanced training and research in Economics, Geography and Sociology

Alumni

  • Manmohan Singh, Former Prime Minister of India

  • Amartya Sen, Nobel Laureate

  • Late Sukhamoy Chakravarty, one of the architects of India’s Five Year Plans

  • Kaushik Basu, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at World Bank

  • Late K.R. Narayanan, 10th President of India

  • Prabhu Chawla, editor of India Today

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Based on 3 Student's Reviews 7.2/10  
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Ruchi
Ruchi
MBA (IB)/ MIB, batch of 2016
5/10
FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
Tuition fee is very nominal. We have to pay just 18K for a year and another 16.5k per year for students activity (e.g. Placements). So pursuing MBA from D-school in very cheap. The topper of the class gets the scholarship. As the fees is less students don't apply for educational loans. Some may apply for personal loans as Delhi is expensive.


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