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Fee Structure

Fee Structure

We believe the fee structure at Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS) is not based on relative comparisons with what other coaching institutes might be charging or the prevalent industry benchmarks

We aim to charge course fees that are commensurate with the quality and the level of our test preparatory services, while considering the general income level of the relevant state where the course is offered and the course fees charged by our competitors. The fees that we charge our students include a variety of components such as a registration fee, admission fee, tuition fee, technology fee and exam fee, depending on the course offered

We typically charge students based on the type of course they choose to enrol in, and we seek gradually to increase our course fees without compromising our student enrolment. We update course fees annually, depending on a variety of factors such as local competition, the variety of courses offered and utilisation levels of our IAS Institutes

Among other factors, the fee charged for the test preparatory services is one of the important factors considered by students and parents while selecting a test preparatory provider. To attract students to enrol for our courses, we provide scholarships (fee waivers) on the tuition fees that we charge, on a student-by-student basis. To avail scholarship, student will have to qualify the minimum cut-off in each subject of both papers   

The standard of education imparted by the teachers at IAS is well known in the entire coaching fraternity. Our standardized content and coaching methods and qualified faculty deliver a strong selection track record

We believe, it is the quality of education that should be preferred over fee structure when it comes to preparing for Engineering and Medical Entrance Examinations in India


India’s Premier and Most Trusted Coaching Institute for ENGINEERING / JEE, MEDICAL / NEET Entrance Examinations, FOUNDATION (Olympiads / NTSE / Boards) Courses for Students of Classes VI to X, Early Childhood Brain Development and Home Schooling Initiatives for Students of Classes I to V