Domains start at ₹500/year. Email forwarding, privacy protection, one-click DNSSEC, Google 2-Step Verification, and more included.
Generally speaking, a domain name can cost you anywhere from $2 to $20 per year, depending on specials or discounts. Newer domain extensions, such as . app, might be on the higher-end of that scale (or above it), as they've only recently gone on the market.
The real price is the renewal. The business selling the domain is willing to eat some costs of their own in the hopes that they will make more money from you in renewals and other upselling (web site builders, privacy settings...) You can also always search for coupons that lower the price of renewals as well.
co domain extension is more expensive than the .com, but they are both very affordable. The reason for the higher price is to deter domain name buyers from purchasing domains with the . co extension in bulk and not using them. co domain names remain available.
In other words, .com domains do not rank higher in search due to their TLD. However, they might indirectly rank higher due to Google's preference for aged brands. So if you're looking to purchase an existing website, a .com domain name might indirectly provide more search value.
GraduateLetter GradeGPA ValueGrade Scale %A+4.097.5 – 100%A4.092.5 – 97.4%A-3.790.0 – 92.4%B+3.387.5 – 89.9%
Generally 90-93% is an A- and anything above that is an A. Unless your professor decides to alter the grading scale.