Updated on - Mar 20th, 2018 | 07:04 PM by Sudipta Boxi
The course fee is INR 400000 lakh rupees which are very high according to a normal middle-class family.Scholarships are provided on the basis of 12th percentage. Yes, loans are needed and they are availed by state bank of India. All the students who get a minimum of 85% in 12th board examination are given the scholarship
Course fee: the fees u have to pay is roughly around 4 lakh per annum including the hostel fees with slight variation as hostel fees varies from hostel to hostel. Now when it comes to scholarship, there is three type of scholarships: - First is for top 25 students whose marks are more than 95 in +2 on basis of their jee mains rank in which student normally get the scholarship of INR 264000 on maintenance of 8.5 sgpa each sem. - then there is another scholarship for 30 students whose marks are greater than 90 in +2 again on basis of jee rank in which one gets about INR 174000 per annum on maintenance of 8.5 sgp per sem. - the third one is for top 10% students of each branch in which they get the scholarship of about INR 86000 per annum but they have to get more than 8 agpa each sem. And if you come from well and good background, then there is no need for loan.
Talking about the academic fee, the fees have been increased over a period of time with the increasing facilities in the campus.
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