|Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech]||4 year(s)||60,000|
|Master of Technology [M.Tech]||2 year(s)||1,70,000|
|Master of Business Administration [MBA]||2 year(s)||2,00,000|
|Bachelor of Architecture [B.Arch]||5 year(s)||1,70,000|
|Master of Computer Application [MCA]||3 year(s)||2,25,000|
Fee structure is through KCET which is INR 63000 per year. Through COMEDK it is INR 2,03,000 every year.
Fee for my course is Rs 150000(INR) per year. All the students get scholarships with a minimum amount.
The course fee depends upon your admission process. If you are joining through CET, the fees will be different than COMEDK.
About KLE Technological University, Hubli:
The KLE Technological University, Hubli was founded by the KLE Society and established in 1947. It is built over a large campus area spread over 53 acres. The college gained academic autonomy from the UGC(The University Grants Commission) in the year 2007. Over the time it gained tremendous credibility with the industries and employers and emerged as a brand to be reckoned with.
The college has adopted OBE(Outcome Based Education) which adapts the curriculum to the needs of the industry and the society. In 2014 the college was recognized as a state private University by Government of Karnataka. The college has a large number of research centers(13). The college strives to convert their students into professionals with skills ahead of those currently in the field.
Accreditations and Affiliations:
For KCET fee is 70000and CONEDK its1,80,000. Scholarships are provided by Karnataka government.
The fee I pay here is INR42,000 thousand and I even I got few scholarships based on my marks
Rs 56000 course fees. Many scholarships for merit students all over the state. Average of 500 students get scholarships.
Little bit high fees. should be low for poor people who cannot afford that college.
The fee structure for my course is INR 56,000 per annum. The GOVT scholarships are available to the students and almost 5% students get the scholarship. Loans can easily be availed from the bank.
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