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Fee structure is actually little expensive ( six and a half for five years - total thirty two lakh+, but if we compare it with other private medical colleges it's not that high (eight to eleven lakh per year)
A good professional course.Curriculum has revised recently, to accommodate medical ethics & updation in course structure. This is a four and a half year course ( 1st professional, 2nd professional, final year part 1 & final year part 2). After this student has to complete CRRI training (House Surgeoncy)
Merit list fees currently are around a total of 5.5/6 lakhs per year for 5 years. NRI seats are at around 90 lakhs for the whole course. Although it seems expensive, it is considered the same for all around the regions. Also, admission is only based on merit, hence having a lot of money and no merit might not be an option to get admission.
It's definitely tough, requires regular and repeated studies for better understanding.although it's the clinical side which matters more in future practice. which depends upon the specific college academic departments. Many departments fulfill the standards but some fail to.
My fees is 4 lakhs per year because i got my seat from management quota(partially merit). That is 20 lakhs for my entire course and 5000 extra for hotel and mess expenses.
I proud to be a student of jubilee mission medical college because it has a lot of good professors and other extra curricular activities. Even though it is a medical college it helps to participate in other fields of knowledge.
Very Expensive around 7lakhs/year including mess and tution fees, if it was a government college the fees would have been just 20k or more which is way cheaper, hence the fees is very high, the college does not charge any extra fees other than the university said fees.
In my aspect it is old fashioned and is more of bookish knowledge and less of practical and research oriented especially 1st year, the exams looks at who are able to mug up the most from the book and doesn't loom at the knowledge we have gained, henced I don't find it effective.
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