RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University, Noida
Hello dear student,
The fees of BBA which is bachelor of Business administration from amity University will cost you around 10 lakh for 3 years. While there are others courses also which are offered by amity school of buisness in BBA like
BBA +MBA costing you around 17.31 lakhs
BBA in international business costs you around 9.62 lakhs
BBA 3 continent costs you around 11.77 lakhs
I hope this information is helpful for you
Doing BA in political science from Amity University will cost you much as it's fees is high which will increase the total educational expenditure. You further have to do masters to make this degree useful although you will get good exposure and experience of learning.
Doing political science honours from government university is the best option. If not in North campus, you will definitely get admission in the colleges of South campus of DU if your percentage is not above than 90 percent.
The fees of government college is reasonable for BA hons.
Hope it helps :)
As far as I know there is no donation fee in Amity University, Noida for BA Political Science. There is no hidden cost, whatever they charge they provide enough justification about the same.
So don't worry about additional charges or donation fee, if you have any query related to any such thing you can contact them without any hesitation.
I hope it will be helpful
Amity University has vivid branches and also offers the Cours of BBA throughout India. It is a NAAC A+ accredited university. BBA here is a 3-year full-time course and the total fee is about Rs. 9.62 lakhs. The placements also vary from one Amity college to another.
For instance, Amity International Business School focuses on a lot of interactions in the college itself like CEO talks, Corporate Meets, Internships, Live Projects, Incubation of Start-ups etc. The students are provided placements based on their academic performance and their skill as an entrepreneur. Here, mostly some students got placements above 21 lakhs. Their corporate partners are Accenture, Adobe, Times of India, CNBC, Vodafone, Dabur, Infosys, ABN-AMRO, Sony, Microsoft, Nokia, Nestle and Coca-Cola.
Though for other campuses, students have reported an average package of 3-3.5 lakhs and given an average rating to placements overall.
Mangalmay Group of Institutions for BBA is Rs. 35,500 per annum. The companies which are involved in placements here are Ginger Webs, Extramarks, Ericsson, Genpact, Lido Learning, Ucertify, IBM, ANR Softwares, Asahi Glasses, CapitalVia Global, Jaro Education, Bajaj Capital Finance, Aaj Enterprises, Hike Education, Calvin Klein and Toppr Technologies.
You can find the results of the same here for this year and previous years as well!
If you want to focus on a specific Amity college, you can post another query but overall, Amity seems to have better placements and the packages are mediocre. The fees in higher in Amity as well but there are a lot of options to see and pursue.
Hope this helps. All the best!
The Amity law school is one of the premier centre of legal studies in India. Courses offered here are B.A. LLB (hons.) , BBA L.L.B (hons) and
Candidates with 10+2 at least 60% in non-sponsored and 55% for sponsored category.
You can apply for undergraduate law admission in both offline and online mode. Then you have to login to your microsite and check the admission status. Last date to submit their application is March 23. For further information you can refer the link below:
It depends for which course you are asking for . As both are amazing Universities but it depndes on which criteria you are basically looking upon and asking our view. So kindly rewrite your query and ask again so that we can help you precisely . I hope this helps
Following are the best colleges for bsc math (hons) :-
1. Ramjas College, New Delhi
2. Miranda House, New Delhi
3. St. Xavier College, Kolkata, West Bengal
4. Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
5. Jai Hind College, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Amity University is fine for bsc, but it would be better if you choose from above mentioned colleges.
All the best for your future :)
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