Most engineering colleges including prime institutions have decided to offer government quota seats for just Rs 30,000 based on the agreement reached last week between the private engineering colleges and the state government.Last year, the government quota seats cost Rs 32,500; which means that these seats will come cheaper for the aspirants in 2011-12. This year, two slabs of fee for undergraduate courses have been fixed. One is Rs.30,000, the other is Rs.35,000 for government quota seats. However the option of fixing the fees is left to the colleges. Those who choose to charge Rs 30,000 can take Rs.1.25 lakh for management quota seats, while those who charge Rs 35,000 for government quota seats are eligible to take Rs.1 lakh for management quota seats. Following this, the colleges including RV College of Engineering, PES Institute of Technology (Pesit) and MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology (MSRIT) have decided to allot seats at Rs.30,000 for those students coming through CET.
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