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I choose this course because it gives me an opportunity to serve humanity and return my favour to my country. There are at least 15-20 faculties per subject, for every 100-125 students. The teachers are well educated, highly skilled and experienced, and very student-friendly. The teaching method is either chalk and duster, or PowerPoint or smart class as and when required. After completing of any topic, part completion exams are held, 2-3 times a month, for each subject. Semester exams are being conducted every 5-6 months and professional exams at the end of the session. The question paper was moderately difficult, and it takes a lot of effort to pass in the exams.
Feasible. First year rs 99900(including 25000 security deposit which will be returned on completion of the course. From 2nd year 69000. Hostel and mess fee separate. Hostel charge 1400 rs per month. For first admission you have to pay full payment of first year. If you surrender seat within 1 month you will get full refund after deducting a processing fee. From 2nd year onwards you can pay by part payment also.
Couse curriculam is simmilar to all medical college in India. Four and half year college + one year compulsory rotational internship. You have to attend 75% in theory and 80% in practical classes to attend university exam. There will be four university exams. 1st exam at the end of 2nd sem. 2nd exam at the end of 5th sem. 3rd and 4th exam at the end of 7th and 9th sem respectively.
The teachers here are helpful, they are well educated, qualified from top colleges in India and also knowledgeable. Teaching quality is pretty good. There are 5-10 teachers per subject upto 3rd year, with the number increasing as much as 15-20 for the clinical subjects in final year. The course is pretty much relevant and it makes the students industry ready to serve the nation.
Well the curriculum has been changed recently by MCI, it has included sports in the college routine, though we play only when our heart says Some of the faculty is really great but majority remains average
It's feasible and since it's government college so it's very much in limit, with in 4.5 lakh whole course of MBBS can be done,,& this includes all fees starting from library to extra curricular activities
MBBS as we all know is very tough course & is hectic too but we all doctors have to go through this,lots of exams are there starting from part completion test to semester.altogether 9 semester & 4 professional exams conducted by Tripura University
Fee structure ought to be feasible since it's a government college. The fees are very much affordable and economical and probably everyone can afford the fees without getting loans or need for scholarships.
Fees structure is - - Admission fees in 1st year is 99000/- for non hostellers and 1,15,000 /-for hostellers. Thereafter 59500 /-every year is the fee structure including mess fees, canteen fees, sports fee, library fee etc
The course curriculum is pretty good. 2 semester exams are held in 1st, 3rd and final years 6 months apart and 3 semester exams are held in 2nd year 6 months apart. Besides this, part completion exams are held every month after the completion of any topic.
Its very expensive. Although a government college i think this is the most costly medical college of India (out of all government medical college). We have to give Rs 115000 in 1st year and mess fee is separate.
Its well processed examination bsystem. Exam is taken on a regular basis. There are 4 university exam. And one has to pass the practical exam separately. Although its a very hectic way and one has to finish compulsory rotatory internship.
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