The LNM Institute of Information Technology

UG Fee Structure – 2020

Fee for applicants admitted through JEE (Main), Lateral Entry and Direct modes:

A. Caution Money (One time deposit; Refundable at the end of the Programme; No interest is payable) INR 10,000
B. Semester Fee
Registration Fee INR 3,000
Tuition Fee INR 1,45,750
Building Fund INR 3,000
Student’s Activity Charges INR 1,500

Fee for applicants admitted through DASA mode:

A. Caution Money (One time deposit; Refundable at the end of the Programme; No interest is payable) INR 10,000
B. Tuition Fee (Yearly) USD 8,509
C. Semester Fee
Registration Fee INR 3,000
Building Fund INR 3,000
Students Activity Charges INR 1,500

NOTE:

  • All charges are mandatory, nothing can be waived off in any circumstances.
  • The Institute also offers various scholarship/assistantship schemes and the details can be found in Scholarship Policy section.
  • The Institute runs a skeleton bus service which can be availed on payment basis.
  • The Governing Council (GC) of LNMIIT reviews the Fee Structure periodically. There will be an annual increase of approximately 10% in Fee.
  • Medical-cum-Accidental Insurance Charges shall be levied yearly on actual basis from 2nd Semester onwards.

Hostel and Mess charges per semester

Hostel Fee INR 21,000
Mess Advance (food) Charges - Adjustable as per actual at the end of the Semester INR 16,000
Other Fee (Mess Maintenance Charges, Electricity & Internet Charges) INR 7,600

NOTE:

  • The LNMIIT is a residential institute. Therefore, staying in the Hostel and joining the Mess is compulsory for all the students. This condition may be relaxed if:
    • There is a shortage of accommodation or any other reason beyond institute's control.
    • A student has a genuine reason to stay outside the campus. In this case, the institute will take the final decision on case-by-case basis.
  • If a student is permitted for day-boarding, Hostel Fees and Mess Maintenance Charges would be decided by Hostel Administration.
  • Although LNMIIT is a residential institute, in view of COVID-19 specific physical distancing norms, hostels would not be mandatory and accommodation in the hostel would be subject to availability.