If the budget is Rs 1 lakh, then after 12th, the child should get this course

Courses After 12th Under 1 Lakh Rupees: After the child’s twelfth, the question often arises that which course should he choose now. In this, apart from stream, choice, interest etc., another factor works that how much is the fee of that course. Sometimes parents are not in a condition to afford high fees. If you are also a parent who wants to make the child a course whose fee is less than one lakh rupees, then you can choose from the options given here. Their fees differ according to different states and colleges, but roughly, these courses can be done within one lakh rupees.

Can choose these courses

According to the stream of the child after 12th, he can get admission in BA, B.Sc or B.Com course. If you get admission in a good government college, then the fees will also be less and the value of the course done from here will also be good. For example, undergraduate courses done in any stream from Delhi University, Allahabad University and Banaras Hindu University are highly valued. However, for admission here, candidates have to pass the entrance examination and there is so much competition for seats that admission is not easy. The only mantra to get a course from a good university in less money is hard work and clearing the entrance exam.

The fee can be as follows

The fee for UG course depends on many factors like course, college and stream but broadly you can complete the course in this amount. BA from 5 thousand to 70 thousand rupees. BSC can be done from 8 thousand to one lakh and BCom can be done by paying fees from 10 thousand to 70 thousand rupees. Although it will not be possible to tell the fixed fee, it is only a possible fee because the rules of each university are different regarding the fee. It would be better to know about this in advance.

These are also options

Apart from degree there are also some diploma and distance learning courses which can be done under this fee structure. You can choose them according to your choice and scope. However, the most applicable rule at the time of selection of any course is interest. Do not choose a course by looking at the trend or salary, because when your heart is not engaged in that study, then how will you make a future out of it. So choose the course wisely and remember that except in some areas good courses can be done from government colleges.

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