The International Comparative Higher Education Finance and Accessibility Project (ICHEFAP) is is looking at the worldwide shift in the burden of higher education costs from governments and taxpayers to parents and students. This partial shift of costs – sometimes referred to as “cost sharing” or a part of “revenue diversification” – can be seen throughout the world, according to ICHEFAP.
A comparison of the costs to students/parents for higher education in India across central and state universities ,as well as government and private aided colleges in India is provide by the ICHEFAP.
The following table is excerpted from their site. It highlights the Higher Education Expenses Borne by Parents and Students for the First Degree during the Academic Year 2001-2002.
The costs are provide both in Indian Rupees as well as US$ equalised with the purchasing Power parity estimate $1 =India rupees 11.78. 
The above table was compiled in large part in 2002 by M.R. Narayana, Professor of Economics, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore.
 1998 official exchange rate was $1 = Rs41.259 and the PPP was $1 = Rs10.44; the 2001 official exchange rate was $1 = 46.540)
 Central University is funded by union government. Costs here are from website of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi lodging at the university hostel.
 State University funded by state government. Tuition costs are from website of University of Mumbai. Lodging costs here are from website of Allahabad University with lodging at the university hostel. Admisssion fee, registration fee, sports development fee and examination fee are from Bangalore University information.
[6, 7, 8] Estimates based on the 52nd Round of the National Sample Survey (NSS) on Attending an Educational Institution in India: Its Level, nature and Cost inflated by annual rate of inflation from survey year (1996-97) through 2001-02.
This is presumably what students are explictly paying as fees/living expenses. To this must be added the subsidy to arrive at the full fees.