Engineering Colleges in India with Fee Structure

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Engineering College Fees

  • The nationwide colleges differ in the qualities of infrastructure offered and accordingly they have designed their fee structure. The B - tech Fees in India is as per the recent industrial trends and the university guidelines.
  • The selected students under various engineering disciplines are facilitated to submit their fee at the finance department of each college.
  • All the colleges have appointed finance staffs to help out the students in fee related issues. The engineering colleges differ in the tuition and accommodation fee since they differ quality wise.
  • The fee for engineering courses is nominal but expensive in some of the private colleges.
  • The colleges around the country have designed and developed the fee structure for Engineering Course in India considering the convenience of the student community.
  • The engineering colleges have the facility to deposit the fees online as well as offline using debit card.
  • Those candidates who cannot pay the fee altogether can go for the installment options also which is structured according to the college policy.

Other than installments and bank loans many other inancial aids are also provided to the students in regard of fee payments like:

  • Fee Concession is approved to very deprived and deserving students.
  • The Students’ Aid Fund has been started to help needy and deserving students, in various forms, e.g. giving them examination fee, conveyance, medical aid etc.

Top Engineering Colleges in India with UG Fees

Sl. No. College/ University & Location Fee/ Year (INR)
1 Birla Institute Of Technology & Science (BITS) 3,00,000
2 Vellore Institute Of Technology (Bioengineering, Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Production and Industrial Engineering, Fashion Technology) 1,76,000
4 Indian Institute Of Technology Madras 2,01,100
5 Indian Institute Of Technology, New Delhi 2,25,000
6 IIT Bombay 228,000
7 DIT University (B.Tech CS) 327,500
9 NIMS University, Jaipur 1,00,000
10 Indian Institute Of Technology, Kanpur 2,40,000
12 RV College Of Engineering (RVCE) 1,90,000
13 SRM University 2,00,000
14 Thapar University 4,00,000
15 Manipal Institute Of Technology 3,35,000
16 Sardar Patel College Of Engineering (SPCE) 1,70,000
17 Maharaja Agrasen Institute Of Technology 11,07,00
18 KIIT University 4,25,000
19 KJ Somaiya College Of Engineering 1,58,462
20 Lovely Professional University (LPU) 240,000
21 Chandigarh University 291,000

Note: The engineering colleges in Bangalore follows the COMEDK Fee Structure for admission of students under various courses in B-Tech.

Scholarship:various government and private scholarships are provided to meritorious and economically backwards students, or who have excelled in sports, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities etc. These scholarships are:

Government Scholarships:

  • DBCM Scholarship
  • National Merit Scholarship
  • Karnataka Minorities Scholarship
  • Defense Scholarship

Private Scholarships:

  • SBM Employee welfare Scholarship
  • Kadambri Trust Scholarship
  • G.B.S Trust Scholarship
  • H A L Employee welfare Scholarship

Students are facilitated with several minority schemes for those who are prevailing from the rural or backward class. The institutions also have provided some fee waiver on the tuition amount to the SC/ ST candidates under the minority and tribal scheme.

The colleges in India are working with a vision to provide education to all irrespective of their background. The Engineering College Placements offer a very good return on investment as they produce quality graduates at the end of the B-Tech degree with higher rate of employability across tech-industries.

For detailed information about Engineering College Admission contact +91-9743277777

An average fee structure is between INR 50,000 to INR 2,00,000 per year for an engineering course in India.
Yes, several scholarships are provided by the government, private organizations, and colleges to help students cover the cost of their education.

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