Since mine was govt. seat so in 2015 it was 50000 INR. but its increased for current batches and management seats have different fee structure for different branches, in 2015 mechanical engg management seat had 1,20,000 fees per year. yes, one such exists named as teachers fund scholarship to help students who are bright in academics but were less finanically fortunate. every year on an average more than 20 students gets this scholarship. i didn't took education loan but some of my classmates did and usually they all took loan from state bank of india.
Smt Kamala & Sri Venkappa M Agadi College of Engineering and Technology, Gadag, Karnataka (SKSVMA), has been established at a prime location, Laxmeshwar, which is a growing and emerging technological and business center, making it an advantage for the Institute. The region is well connected by all means of transport to make travel convenient. The college is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and focuses on developing technically qualified students with a strong foundation of basic engineering and innovative technical skills with exemplary professional conduct. The mission of the college is to aim firstly in making knowledgeable and competent engineers who can compete and withstand an increasingly dynamic global community of professionalism.
The college is established in a region that has a proud legacy of having produced the best of stalwarts in linguistics, technical, professional and political fields.
The College is in the region which is important Technological hub with an "Electronic Park" as well as Railway Zone that helps the students to interact with industry.
The present strength of the college represents a Mini India as students from 9 other States and 16 Districts out of 28 districts of Karnataka have opted for their college in the very first year of establishment of the college in 2003-2004.
To develop technically qualified personnel with a strong foundation in basic engineering and innovative technical skills with exemplary professional conduct.
Develop competent and knowledgeable engineers specialized in various disciplines that can withstand and compete in an increasingly dynamic global community.