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This course is a semester based course of 2 years in each year have two-semester happen. In each semester you get various times of assignment and case studies apart from this you also get a project report. In each semester a seasonal exam is conducted and at the end of the semester, a written exam also conducts by faculty. The faculty is too good all teachers well educated and very friendly with their students.
I have an interest in Ayurveda that's why I have chosen this college. 2:10 ration of students and faculty. All faculties are well qualified in their subject. They have the best method of teaching. Exams are annual. And hard to even pass the exam.
The curriculum is well designed and a perfect balance of academic as well as extra curricular activities.giving enough scope nurturing our inner talent. The faculties are also very supportive and helpful and always encourage us to give our best in every field.
There was academic fee per professional from the university which was very economical that is Rs.60/ per professional.Hostel stay was free,however personal expanses,which included daily expanses and mess expanses were not included in this.During MD course i was employed as resident and earning instead of paying.
During the MBBS I have to complete sudies divided in three prof.First prof had non-clinical subjects like antomy,physiology,biochemistry and biophysics(new subject added to course).Second prof had para clinical subjects like pathology,pharmacology,forensic medicine,statics.Third prof had clinical subjects like medicine,surgery,gynecology,pediatrics,eye and ent.Each prof was of one and half year duration and minimum passing marks were 50%.The course schedule was so complete along with practical training that knowledge imparted made me a successful medical professional.MD course included research thesis submission,which made me research oriented
The fee structure is Feasible. And there is another option i.e convenior quota which is done through some entrance exam. Once a person is qualified in that exam, he/she will get 50%fee from government.
We have to study the curriculum of bachelor of denatal surgery. 1st year human anatomy and embryology,human physiology,biochemistry,oral histology and dental anatomy and embryology Course curriculum is upto the point of clinical use.exam is tough to be passed and check real knowledge.
Its very cheap as it is a Government college the fee is fairly low 14,876 As for year 2019-20 for 1st year and 8,000 for 2nd 3rd 4th year each. This fee include Hostel fee,College fee,University Health center fee (Free medical checkup for all students),University library fee (You can go to The Central University Library, Cyber library or the Faculty Library), Gym fee (Free 24Hr gym inside campus).
There are 3 types of Exams in MBBS. One the Professional Examination or you can call the External Annual Examination. Second the Semester Exams and the Third Weekly or monthly examination. Which also include exams by the Patient bedside inside Hospital during Ward posting in various wards of The Sir Sundarlal Hospital IMS BHU. I think this system is perfect you learn theory apply practical knowledge.
It's just about 28k per year including tution fees as well as accommodation facilities,only 160 rupee for 1 year hostel accommodation charge.Their is a separate hostel for each year students and girls too.
5 year and 6 month,in bds you become doctor in dental department.while for master their is a course call MDS. which is 3 yr course and we have 9 department for it like oral and maxofacial surgeon,prosthodontics,periodontics,orthodontics,endodontics,community dentistry,etc.
The fee is not very expensive and it costs around 30,000 INR for every year. The grand total for the course will be approximately 1, 50, 000 and it is feasible for most of the students. The hostel fee is also moderate.
The course curriculum of the college is very good. It has both classroom learning as well as internship. At the end of each semester the examinations are held along with university professional exams.
Fee structure is very less It is among the lowest fee in any medical college except aiims and afmc It is 14 k in ist year and 8.5k in remaining 3 year but updated regularly It includes all hostel fee, college fee, library fee, and water and electricity charge
Mbbs course is of five and half duration And in ist year u have to read anatomy physiology and biochemistry. In second year u have to read pathology pharmacology Microbiology and forensic medecine In third year u have to study ent. Optha. Psm and in final year all remaining subjects like medecine surgery pedia gyne radio ortho psychiatry dermatology, anesthesia. Each year u have to appear in professional exam. By college to appear in next year And in last there is one year of compulsory internship
Very minimal 9k per year. Though now it has increased a bit but well affordable still It's quite feasible as varanasi is not a very expensive city. You can easily stay and you start earning 23500 per month in internship
Mbbs is a extensive course and requires long hours of studies as well as hard work but the pay and assurance of placement makes it one of the most aspired jobs. There are 19 subjects to be studied in a span of 4 and half years followed by an year of compulsory rotatory internship
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