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For merit government will fix their fees of college and they can take some extra charges like lab fees, sports fees, etc. Management quota is distributed by college authority. The facilities they arrange for students and the quality of teaching provide are really good as per my view the fees of our college is completely reasonable.
The syllabus of this course focuses on all the aspects of the medical field. We have internal assessment in a year which includes projects, assignments, internships, viva, orientation class, etc. The syllabus is common to most courses in the first year. The last year is being a house surgeon for practical knowledge. They have internal assessment for once in 3 months and a final exam for a year which is conducted by university board.
For merit government will fix their fees of college and they can take some extra charges like lab fees, sports fees, etc. Management quota is distributed by college authority. May it feels little expansive but the facilities they arrange for students and the quality of teaching provide for us completely perfect and reasonable.
The duration of MBBS course is of 5 and a half (1/2) years in which first 4 years have theoretical papers which includes all subjects related human body and diseases (Anatomy, biochemistry, pathology, pharmacology, etc.). The last year is being a house surgeon for practical knowledge. There is 3 internal assessment exam which is conducted by college and one final exam which conducted by university in a year.
The fee structure is of 3 different types. Government fees: 1, 62, 952 per year for 4 years and 81, 476 for the 5th year. Private Fees (COMED-K): 8, 36, 565 per year for 4 years and 4, 18, 300 for the fifth year. Management fees: 36, 51, 000 per year for 4 years and 18, 25, 500 for the fifth year. The fees can be paid through Demand draft, NEFT or Online banking. The Government fees and Private fees is expensive when compared to other courses but cheaper compared to the fees of Medical colleges in other States. The Management fees is exorbitant.
As I'm studying to become a doctor, the main emphasis will be on the practical knowledge. The course curriculum is completely based on imparting practical knowledge so that the graduate doctors will be able to treat the patients to the best of their ability. The course is for a duration of 4. 5 years followed by a year of internship. The first year has 3 subjects: Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry The second year has 4 subjects: Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology and Forensic Medicine The third year has 3 subjects: ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology and Preventive and social medicine. The Fourth year has 4 subjects: Medicine, Surgery, Obestretics and Gynecology and Paediatrics. In the first year importance is given on teaching the basic knowledge of the human anatomy, physiology and the biochemistry in the human body so this provides the base of the whole course. It is very important as these basics are required before the students have to learn about the normal functioning of the body before they learn about the diseases and their cure. From 2nd year, importance is given on practical knowledge and application of this knowledge. We are made to interact with the patients at such an early phase in the course as the most important aspect of being a doctor is the interaction with the patients. We are required to visit different hospitals, primary health centres, rural health centres so that we are able to learn to treat and interact with patients from different social and economic backgrounds. Both theory and practical exams are conducted once a year by the RGUHS. It is required to do well in both the exams and equal importance is given to both. The university sets the rules and the paper for the exams.
The duration of the BACHELOR OF MEDICINE, BACHELOR OF SURGERY course of 5 years, and 6 months with the fee being around ?1.15 Lakhs per year. The fee is very less and if some students find it high, they can apply for scholarships also based on their merit score.
The curriculum consists of theoretical as well as a number of practicals. There are a lot of courses to opt from as your optional subjects or specializations. There is also an internship that is compulsorily included in the course.
Merit ( NEET) - feasible Management and NRI - EXPENSIVE There is separate fee structure for MERIT ( VIA NEET), MANAGEMENT AND NRI. FOR merit government will fix the fees of college and they can take some extra fees like lab fees, sports fees etc. For management they take 60 lakh to one crore. Management quota is distributed by college authority ( since this college is for vokkaliga people so vokkaliga students can get this seat). NRI IS through college authorities ( amount is huge ranging from one crore to two crore).any one can get NRI if anybody has such huge amount. If competition exist in NRI quota they will make a BID.
MBBS couse is of 5 and half year duration ( including internship). There is exam in each year conducted by RAJIV GANDHI UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, BANGALORE. There is 3 internal assessment exam ( conducted by college)in each year and one final exam ( conducted by university) in every year.
Government seat-1-1.5lakh/annum Private seat 6-7lakh /annum It’s definitely feasible if you get a government seat for which the only way is to get high score in the neet exam. If not private seat is also not that expensive.
If you are interested in medicine and this field only then take it up. Coarse is amazing you will get to learn about your own body isn’t that amazing? Talking about the exams all medical colleges in Karnataka are under rguhs(Rajeev Gandhi university of health science) so exam papers will be the same throughout all the medical colleges( except deemed university). Exams is conducted once in a year with three internals in between
The fee structure was affordable for me and I felt very easy to pay also. I fee which I paid was around 50,000/- which included college fee only but for every book we have to pay separately.
as I was interested in the medical field the course which I chose was very good and interesting. There good focus on the practical knowledge and the college provided us all the facilities for practical stuffs. Yes, the college took research initiatives and it involved some students in that also.
Fees is actually on part with the government rules and there have not been any problems over fees structure in our college till now. General fees for government students is less compared to management or comed k students.
My course included anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, pathology, forensic medicine, pharmacology, obg, medicine, pediatrics, general medicine,. Among other subjects were dermatology,
The college fee is to be paid annually for a period of 4.5 years and the fee per year is INR 1.15L. The college demands some extra fees like lab fees, sports fees, maintenance fee, etc. The fee structure is a little expensive.
MBBS couse is of 5 and half year duration ( including internship). The exams are conducted by the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Health Sciences, Bangalore. The academic structure consists of 3 internal assessment exams each year and one final exam every year.
The fee structure of my college was expensive. Ranging from 3 to 6 Lakhs. The fee for the M.D. Programme, MD Pathology and MD General Surgery is Rs.6,17,000. The fee for MBBS is Rs.1,15,000. The PG Diploma fee is Rs.3,44,000.
All the courses include case studies, family studies, presentations, field visits along which various teaching methods are used to help students. The college provides all the resources for studying like practical books, note books, reference books, video films, internet resources, etc.. There are also various exams taken for refining the students.
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