|MBBS||₹15,450 (Total Fees)||10+2 with 50% + NEET|
Exams Accepted : NEET
Cutoff : M.B.B.S.
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|University College of Medical Sciences - [UCMS], New Delhi||# 9 by Outlook (public)|
|Vardhman Mahavir Medical College - [VMMC], New Delhi||# 6 by Outlook (public)|
|Lady Hardinge Medical College - [LHMC], New Delhi||# 9 by Indiatoday|
|King George's Medical University - [KGMU], Lucknow||# 9 by Indiatoday|
|Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research - [JIPMER], Pondicherry||# 3 by Outlook (public)|
|Madras Medical College - [MMC], Chennai||# 7 by Outlook (public)|
|Seth GS Medical College - [GSMC], Mumbai||# 10 by The Week|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences - [AIIMS], Jodhpur||# 25 by Indiatoday|
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Course curriculum has recently been undated. It now includes preclinical subjects in first year, para clinical subjects in second year, and clinical subjects in 3rd year with horizontal and vertical integration in each year. Academics at MAMC are one of the best in india with some good professors in every department.
The syllabus is updated time to time. The Loknayak hospital is the main associated hospital along with GB Pant hospital , MAIDS ( dental hospital )Guru nanak eye center , Sushruta trauma center.We have a lot of learnibg experience and often we come across some rare diseases.
The fee for my programme is very cheap as it is a government medical college. The fees was 4445/- rs including 2000/- security fees and the mode of payment was through a challan at the syndicate bank in the campus itself. The fees is quite feasible in my opinion.
It is a med school so basically our subjects are related to the same. the course curriculum is fine, But it can be improved. The syllabus is sufficient but the method of teaching neend some changing. Yes the knowledge is industry specific and enough to help securing campus placements.
No our college is a govt college. Fees per year is 4k.mode of payment is based on cheque or demand draft. Their is a complete transperancy in fee breakdown. Fee submission is during the admission time only. We have to submit cash or cheques in college bank.
We are supplied with all the latest information, we have hospital tours too. Education system is fair. Learning system is application oriented also. We have seminars, video lectures, blackboard classes too, dissection hall, personal classes per 25 students to get more clear with the subject, weakly or monthly test are there, tutorials are also done.
Super feasible fee structure. You pay around 2-4k tution fee for the whole year. Additional fees included hostel fees which is around 6k per year and mess charge is not included in this fees. Library security money is 2k which is refundable. Other things such as gym and swimming pool are charged at 300-500 per month if you opt for that.
It's not research driven. It's totally academics based. Main focus is on exams by the teachers as well as the students. That's eqaute to very short term knowledge and not actually knowing things for a longer period of time which in this profession is not good at all.
The course of medical college is very vast. Our teachers may it easier for us by use of PowerPoint presentations in every lecture. Frequent testing helps in retention of information. Clinical exposure in hospital occurs from 2nd year onwards for 3 hours every day, and 6 hours every day in 3rd and 4th years. Interns have hospital duty all day, including night shifts. The hospital is available to access even after allocated study hours for greater learning. Interaction with patients is encouraged by all teachers. 1st year - Group presentations are given in class by students in physiology. In the dissection hall (anatomy), small groups of 25 people are made. Skeleton models, dissection of dead body, and organ learning are done in these groups.
The fee is divided according to semester. Every semester demands 2000 rs furthermore you have to pay seperate fee while applying for university exams in the end of every year. There are no extra charges.
The course structure is decided by the mesical council of india and appears to be well formulated. The exam on the other hand is a mcq type pattern where we get 300 questions and 3 hours. There is a 25 percent negative marking.
Feasible. The annual fee is subsidized by the Government and us around 2500 per annum for the students. Apart from that all the other facilities are also very feasible yet top notch and affordable for every student.
It's tedious but it has to be like that since it's medical science. We have annual exams. The course is divided into 9 semesters and 4 professional exams. After the 9 semesters we have 1 year of internship. Each semester has a percentage pattern of marking students. There's no GPA pattern.
Its very inexpensive college at the time of admission we have to pay rs 4045 out of which 2000 is security which is refundable than yealy rs 2045.fee is paid via challan.there is an associated bank (syndicate) in the College Campus in which we have to submit our college fees.
Its is good experience.mbbs is 5 and half year course.we get very good experience.in lok nayak hospital we do our posting where we interact to the patients take history do examination and than teacher teach about that topic.
The fees in feasible enought to let you enjoy life without thinking about fees.the fees in first year is 4025rs which includes 2000of refundable security Then second year and third year 2025rs Then final year 2000rs
It's very good. It's very interesting to know what's going on inside the body and clearing our queries that remain unsolved during my 11th and 12th. Medical professional is quite respectful and has a unique identity
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