A year ago, India’s government launched the Free University Initiative, a government-funded initiative to make university more affordable.
The initiative is intended to make tertiary education more accessible for poor and disadvantaged students.
In 2017, the government decided to make the cost of a university education in India cheaper, starting at Rs. 1,500 ($1,800) for students who are from rural areas.
That means the average monthly tuition of a graduate in a rural state will drop to around Rs. 5,000 ($7,000).
India has the world’s lowest poverty rate at 15% and the third lowest per capita income.
However, that does not mean that it is easy to afford to go to university.
For students from the rural areas, the cost will vary depending on their circumstances.
According to the Government of India, rural students in India are ineligible for free tertiary educations.
The government’s aim is to lower the cost to students, but it is still a challenge.
The Government of Education, Science and Technology (GISST), a government agency, is the one that determines the cost for a government school.
The cost of admission to a government institution is based on a number of factors, including the income of the student, the number of years he/she has been enrolled in school, the educational attainment of the students, and the level of financial support they have received from their parents.
The costs vary depending upon the number and level of students enrolled in a particular government school and the type of course the students have completed.
There are two basic kinds of courses for government students.
The first is the “common and standard” course, which includes a curriculum that covers the basics of a school’s curriculum.
In the case of government schools, it includes textbooks and instruction in the subjects of the respective subjects.
Common and standard courses are also called electives.
The second type of government courses is called “advanced courses,” which include subjects like advanced mathematics, advanced physics, advanced computer science, and more.
In general, an advanced course includes a maximum of three hours of instruction per day, while a common course does not.
A typical university admission fee in India is Rs. 2,000 (US$2,500) for the common and standard course and Rs. 3,000 for the advanced course.
In 2018, a total of 1,08,938,094 students were enrolled in government institutions, according to the Ministry of Education and Science.
A student who has completed a common and advanced course will be eligible for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) at Delhi University (IITS).
The IIT offers courses in mathematics, computer science and more for a fee of Rs. 8,000 per term.
The students who do not complete a course are also eligible to study at the National Institute of Engineering and Technology, which has a fee for admission of Rs 1,000.
These fees are for students from rural regions, but they are applicable to students from all the other Indian states, the Union government has said.
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