B.Com Fee Structure

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B.Com Fee Structure

The educationcost for the Bachelor program in Commerce is not that expensive in India. There are more than thousands of colleges in India where millions of students are currently pursuing their degree. India manifests a plethora of colleges including several globally recognized colleges. The colleges and the universities vary in the infrastructural facilities and hence the variation in their fee structure as well.

All the commerce colleges have a well defined fee structure which includes:

  • Registration Fee
  • Tuition Fee
  • Security Fee
  • Examination Fee
  • Library Fee

The fee structures of the colleges are developed under the guidelines of the affiliating university. It is designed as per the recent trends in the industry while considering the convenience of the student community as well. The fee for majority of the colleges is most nominal except for a handful whose tuition fees are a tad bit higher.

The top commerce colleges in India provide adequate infrastructural facilities and quality education against the amount they charge. The program spans over duration of three years and the fee is also developed accordingly. Some of the Top Commerce Colleges in India With Fees structure are mentioned below:

  • Shri Ram College Of Commerce - [Srcc], New Delhi - 28,910/ Year
  • Lady Shri Ram College For Women - [Lsr], New Delhi - 21,290/ Year
  • Jain University - [Ju], Bangalore - 120,000/ Year
  • Chandigarh University - [Cu], Chandigarh - 102,000/ Year
  • St. Xavier's College, Mumbai - 5,537/ Year
  • Lovely Professional University - [Lpu], Jalandhar - 95,200/ Year
  • Christ University, Bangalore - 185,000/ Year
  • Hindu College, New Delh - 17,240/ Year
  • St Joseph's College Of Commerce - [Sjcc], Bangalore - 60,000/ Year
  • Narsee Monjee College Of Commerce And Economics, Mumbai - 4,941/ Year
  • St Andrew's College Of Arts Science And Commerce, Mumbai - 19,087/ Year
  • Symbiosis College Of Arts And Commerce, Pune - 26,613/ Year
  • Hans Raj College - [Hrc], New Delhi - 18,895/ Year
  • Stella Maris College, Chennai - 29,645/ Year
  • St. Xavier's College - [Sxc], Kolkata - 46,300/ Year
  • Sri Venkateswara College, New Delhi - 12,405/ Year
  • Hr College Of Commerce And Economics, Mumbai - 18,162/ Year
  • Nizam College, Hyderabad - 15,600/ Year
  • Goenka College Of Commerce And Business Administration, Kolkata - 1,300/ Year
  • Delhi College Of Arts And Commerce - [Dcac], New Delhi - 10,015/ Year
  • Ethiraj College For Women, Chennai - 76,000/ Year
  • K J Somaiya College Of Arts & Commerce - [Kjsac], Mumbai - 9,995/ Year
  • Gargi College, New Delhi - 12,495/ Year
  • Seshadripuram College, Bangalore - 36,000/ Year

The fee for the above colleges is stipulated for the prescribed academic year and is subjected to change for theupcoming years. The college fee can be paid through Demand Draft or through internet banking as per the convenience of the candidates. The colleges have a separate finance department where the students are aided with any finance related issues.

Several colleges are also providing a loan facility for the students. They can avail the loan throughthe banks that are tied up with the colleges where students can get them at a cheaper interest rate. Students are also offered with the provision to deposit their fee in installments if they are unable to deposit all at once for the academic year.

Several top colleges are also offering scholarships to the meritorious students. Those who have performed extraordinarily in academics, sports, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are also awarded with the free-ship schemes run by the college or University. Also the students prevailing from rural background, OBC, SC/ ST are aided with some fee waiver on the tuition amount.

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