|year 1||year 2||year 3||PROGRAM GRAND TOTAL|
Fee structure at the time i did my studies was 72,000/annum though it was a huge amount at that time, it was worth the quality of teaching we obtained present times, it is much higher.
Manipal is one of the expensive colleges in India. Again indeed facilities were upto the mark when considering the fees structure. Not quite feasible for low strata of population. There are few seats available in general open category which are open for economically strained students.
Total 4 and half years of MBBS course. Followed by one year of internship. Course divided into four terms. First term Anatomy,biochemistry,Physiology Second term Pharmacology,Forensic medicine,Pathology. Third term ENT,EYE,Community Medicine. Final term Gynecology,Medicine,Surgery.
Fee structure is on the higher side. For current batch it's almost 6-6.5 lacs year for first 2 years and 2-3 lacs for last 2 years with separate hostel and mess payments.
Cheap through the government seat around 1.5 lac a year now. 0.6 lac a year at my time. However they give very good laptops to students with a fully covered health insurance which is very good Through Mahe about 8 lacs a year which is expensive
According to standard Mci regulations. Adequate teaching hours Very good clinical teaching especially in the attached got hospital Preclinicals and Preclinicals are so strong that by the time you reach the clinical posting you know what's going on. Seniors give good guidance most of the times if you ask the right people Good focus is given on research
Fee structure is a bit on the higher side but the standard of education is given balances it all.
Course curriculum of 5.5 years including 1 year of internship College focuses on students doing research and helps those who want to do foreign externship.