Fee Structure Of Production Engineering


Professional courses have taken over the study market and are currently on the top priority of almost every student. The main perspective of every student is to attain a course that deals with maximum job opportunities and bright future. In order to attain that extra advantage, those course which have maximum jobs, are preferred. Amongst them comes the trade of engineering. Engineering courses are presently the leader as far as choice of course is concerned. Amongst the various trades of engineering, few courses enjoy special attention. One such course is production engineering.

Production engineering is one of the courses that is very much related to the mechanical engineering and is said to be cropped up from it. However the studies and the course content are very much different from that of mechanical engineering. The production engineering basically deals with the study of the machines and operations of the production houses.

The demand of the course is quite high in the market, and thus there are plenty of colleges that offer this course. Both government as well as private based colleges are included in the list of colleges that offers this course.

The fee structure of production engineering generally lies in between 25000 to 65000 per annum. Many renowned colleges like Delhi College of Engineering, VIT, Manipal University, WBUT, and many more has to offer this degree course. These colleges charges different fees for this course from their students. The approximate fees of engineering in WBUT for production engineering are 25000 to 30000 per semester. Manipal University on the other hand charges 65000 per year for this course. Delhi Technical University has fixed the fee to approximately 20000 to 28000 per annum.

The above mentioned colleges offer reservation as per the norms of the quota fixed by the government. Few colleges also run scholarship schemes and fee relaxation schemes to support needy and deserving candidates.



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