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As CMCH is private college it's fees is extremely high my fees is 9.3 lacs. This is very high for a middle-class family. But thank god I'm a scholar students full fees excluding hostel charges are paid by the government.
As of finance regard fees is not reasonable in any of the private medical colleges in the country but compared to the sheer quality of education the college provides is reasonable. The fees for term2020-21 is rs.11,41,000 at the moment with 25000 as caution money and + hostel charge of Rs.1,00,000. A common man can't afford this fees hike but the government of Madhya has launched many scholarships like mmjky,mmvy and post-matric scheme for needy and meritorious students
The fees are quite high at about Rs. 11,41,000 as of batch 2020-21. The fees might sound too high but in respect to the sheer quality of education provided it's more reasonable. You can opt for a scholarship up to 100% tution fee waiver via Aiyse, mmvy or mmjky.
No I have not availed any scholarship. but their are government schemes like mp scholarship,pmmpy, post matric scholarship etc. many people have taken education loan from banks. the fees paid by government consist of bond of 5 years to work in phc.
I dont know about any scholarship.but heard of medhavi chatra yojana by mp goverment in which if a student if qualified neet with a good score and has secured more tha 85% marks in 12th.he is given a good amount of scholarship. Nd some take students loan to pay for the fees
Scholarship is provided according to the mp government under the scholarship portal. All the reserved category students are provided with the scholarship on their respective fields. The college fully support the students for obtaining the scholarship.
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