|Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com]||3 year(s)||33,525|
|Bachelor of Education [B.Ed]||1 year(s)||6,000|
St. John's College, Agra came into establishment in 1850 through the Church Missionary Society of England. It is one of the oldest colleges in the region. The college provides programmes in science, maths, commerce and arts departments. St. John’s College Agra fee structure for their popular courses are as follows:
Popular St. John’s College Agra Courses and Fee Details
The college provides a wide rangeon programs and aims to impart education that teaches youngsters about the importance of social justice and upliftment of the oppressed. The popular courses offered by St John’s College Agra are:
Entrances Accepted by St. John’s College Agra
Entries to the College are granted based on the score obtained in the entrance mentioned below:
St. John’s College Agra Fee Payment Guideline
St. John’s College Agra fees payments are accepted through online and offline mode. Students can deposit the fees at the admission office as well.
Course Duration:6 month(s), Full Time
Approx INR 19000 for 1 semester after you pay the first admission fee. You can apply for scholarships within the college and you will receive the appropriate amount you require to pay of fee plus the books.
Course Duration:1 year(s), Full Time
Course Duration:2 year(s), Full Time
The fee is different for every course and the college also offer a scholarship, at least you should score 50% then only you will get the scholarship.
Course fee per year is around INR.3000 There are many scholarships available Around 2000 No there is no need for loans
St. John's College, Agra Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 4000/-year for 3 years
St. John's College, Agra, was established in 1850 by the Church Missionary Society of England through the efforts of the Agra C.M.S. Association which came into being in 1840. The first Principal of the College The Rev. Thomas Valpy French, a distinguished fellow of University College, Oxford, was a man of great vision and missionary zeal. At its inception, the College formulated its own curriculum and conducted its own examination. From 1862 to 1888 the College remained affiliated to Calcutta University and later up to 1927 to Allahabad University. In 1927 with the formation of Agra University, the then Principal of the College Dr. A.W. Davies became its first Vice-Chancellor and the College was affiliated to the Agra University.
The College from its beginning strived for extension of education keeping dispensation of social justice through education and upliftment of the downtrodden as one of its major concerns. The first scheduled caste student was admitted as early as 1892 not withstanding considerable opposition from many influential quarters of those years. The college became a First Grade College in 1891 with B.A. and LL. B. classes, and affiliation was granted in 1893 for postgraduate classes. Thus it has the rare distinction of being a postgraduate institution of more than a century's standing.
The College can boast of having one of the most beautiful buildings in North India, built in red sandstone in Indo-Saracenic architecture. The foundation stone of the Centenary Wing was laid by Bharat Ratna Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, former President of India, in 1958 and was opened by Bharat Ratna Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, in 1959, with the words "I have come to pay tribute to this temple of learning." The College has very distinguished alumni, the foremost of them being the late Dr. Shanker Dayal Sharma, the former President of India.
Fee is nominal for undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
CSIR scholarship offered for research work.