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A friends daughter has taken admission in the MA course in the department of linguistics in the University of Delhi The total annual fee she has paid to the department is about Rs 1400 This includes examination fees there are eight papers an MA student in linguistics is required to take at the end of the year tuition fees there are about a dozen professors and assistant professors attached to the department and they take regular classes and library fees the department has a full-fledged library and a phonetics laboratory in addition to the central reference library run by the University It is important to put the annual fee an MA student pays to the department in context A student seeking admission to an under graduation course in a Delhi University college has to shell out about Rs 4000 a year This amount may vary depending on the college to which he has been admitted But this is broadly the amount that a non-resident BA student pays to his college for the whole year The same student pays an additional Rs 4000 as annual fee if he is enrolled for a foreign language certificate course where only three classes are held a week And if you go back to the private school in which he studied the annual fee he must have paid in his twelfth class is between Rs 20000 and Rs 30000 This might be even more in some of the more expensive schools Two points are worth noting One the higher you go the lower are the fees to be paid by the students In fact the monthly fee of a student attending the twelfth class in a school is often more than the annual fee charged by a department in the University of Delhi Nothing can be more preposterous than this It is possible to argue that primary education should be free or the government should
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