Its a private college, so obviously the fee structure will be expensive. It costs 1 lakh per annum for my course with rs 10k as examination fee. Its 50k per semester, with two semester in year. There may be increment in the fee.
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The course syallabus is very good. Very well managed by the college. It is semester wise with internal exams and external exams. Practical viva is also held both internal and external. Internal exams are of 30 marks for every subject.
Fees is expensive. It take almost 60 lakhs to complete the whole Mbbs course but it is worth after the graduation is complete. Not everyone can get into this college easily due to expensive fees but those who can have good oppurnity to be a successful doctor
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It is really very good. This institute provides a platform for new researches in different fields of medicine.It has got a good research centre for the researches in biochemistry and pathology. The laboratory provides everything we need for the research and professors are very helpful
When I was admitted in the college the tuition fees was 10 lakh per annum But since now the college is affiliated to AIPMT exam hence the fees is 18 lakh per annum. Plus the hostel fees was 1.5 lakh per annum when I joined the college and now it is increased to 3 lakh per annum. But I believe that it is appropriate according to the quality of academics they provide.
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It is great to be a part of this college and to pursue medical. It is one of the best undergraduate courses one can pursue. Era provides a good exposure to experiment your skills and it has many labs for researches in different subjects. Every year a bunch of students can also present their researches and get certificates for there performances .
MD course structure i focus on research.I also research on media If i will qualified in radiologist then we must to do radiologist because i want to help poor people in India.India is the very poor country so many people death by the uncompleted treatment.
The knowledge you acquire while studying a course stay with you forever every constituent college of delhi university comprises of competent faculty members appointed by the university also, your degree doesnt specify name of your college but mentions only the name of the University.
CENTAC has extended the last date to submit applications for all NEET related courses by November 2, 2020. Earlier, the last date for submission was scheduled to be October 27, 2020.
Students appealed CENTAC to extend the last date for submission due to difficulty in obtaining relevant cert
Puducherry Chief Minister, V Narayanasamy, stated on Tuesday that the Puducherry government has planned to furnish an internal reservation of 10 percent MBBS seats to students of Puducherry government schools.
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Rajasthan Government has approved to add 230 additional seats in four different medical colleges for MBBS Admission. Interested candidates will have 50 additional seats in Ajmer and Udaipur Medical College, and 30 additional seats in Barmer Medical College for MBBS Admission.
MCC has opened the NEET Counselling 2020 Registration Portal. Candidates seeking to appear in the counselling process can visit the official website to register for the counselling process. Read the article to know more.
MCC will conduct NEET Counselling 2020 for admission to 15% of all gove
NEET UG 2020 counselling will be conducted by the Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) on behalf of MCC on October 27, 2020.
The counselling process is conducted through online mode on the official website of MCC - @mcc.nic.in.
NEET 2020 candidates who have applied fo
The NEET 2020 Counselling Schedule has been announced by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) on its official website: mcc.nic.in recently.
The candidates who appeared for NEET 2020 can now access the counselling schedule at mcc.nic.in. The schedule available to the website is for t
Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit said Thursday that he needed 3 to 4 weeks to make a decision on the provision of medical courses to government school students who had passed the National Eligibility Cum Entry Test (NEET).
In reply to DMK President MK Stalin's letter, he wrote, "
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday recommended that syllabus for all classes should be reduced to 50 per cent as the classroom learning of students have been hampered due to COVID-19 pandemic and entrance exams like NEET and JEE should be conducted on the reduced syllabus next year.