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My course is very interesting albeit rigorous and vast and requires hands on learning. Nbmc caters to the needs of patients from far and wide in North Bengal and hence ample clinical exposure to its students. This, alongwith the aid of our approachable and tirelessly dedicated professors, has in turn h provided us with abundant opportunities for to develop the much needed clinical skills.
The fee structure is very much feasible. It costs around Rs. 12000 yearly and in total 50999 Indian Rupee for the whole course. There are few other fee as well which are very much feasible. Exam fee are around 2000 yearly. The charges of staying in hostel is 300/yr
Course has a lengthy syllabus. And it's tough to focus on anything else except studying. It helps develop certain characteristics like helps to become patient. It's very important for a medical graduate to be patient and have work-focus. The syllabus and the course help u learn many other qualities also.
It is damn cheap, with 4500 rupees per semester, thus a total of 9000 rupees/yr and 40, 500 for the entire course. Hostel fees is 12/month. Admission fees is 1000 Rupees. Fees are collected by Govt and thus, are absolutely transparent in terms of fee breakdown and collection.
Examinations are held as per the regulations of MCI. Through 4. 5 yrs, one has to clear 9 semesters and 4 major professional/university examinations to become a graduate apart from numerous items, part exams, ward completion exams. The institute is affiliated to WBUHS and therefore, paper and standard of examinations are same and at per with other colleges of West Bengal. Since no tuitions are available here for passing professional exams, students have to prepare everything on their own from standard textbooks and thus, are really hardworking and sound in terms of knowledge and conceptions. Tremendous load of patients gives students ample opportunity to gain in hand experience, and makes them skilled enough as a doctor for lifetime, making them good and technically sound professionals for future. If you wish to learn, this place is a heaven for sure.
The annual fees is only mine thousand rupees which is extremely cheap as compared to medical institutions in other states. There's some talk about reduction in fees but nothing is clear yet. Even without reduction 9000 is affordable
NBMC is like any other government institution talking about the general course structure. Mbbs is one of the most difficult course and it's definitely hectic but worth it at the end of the day because one day we'll be able to bring smiles upon hundreds of faces.
The fees is nine thousand per annum. The admission fees is around two thousand rupees. No additional fees are charged. The college provides transparency in the fee-breakdown. You'll know what you are paying for. It's extremely affordable because of the low fees.
It's like any other government institution. Decent academics and good clinical exposure. Placement is definite. MBBS curriculum is supposed to groom us to become competent doctors and my college achieves to do that just the perfect way. Regular hospital visits.
The fee structure is very simple.The fee is 30,000 for 2 years.The fees is devided in two years like 15000 2nd year 15000.It is not so expensive to bear about but for some students it is also not possible to bear the expenses.
We are now studying DMLT(diploma in medical laboratory technology).The course is of 2 years including 6 months of internship.The exam is devided in two parts one is internal and other is external.There are the subjects including pathology,microbiology,biochemistry.
In paramedical course course fees are minimum. Every low and middle earned family also carry this course fees.in course 2 years you will pay 30000 and than completed your full academic fees.because it is a govt college.
This course is a 2.6 yrs diploma course. To get the chance you must exam about 3subject physic chemistry and biology.exam is held with 200 marks where physic has 50 marks chemistry has 50 marks and biology has 100 marks.
Fee structure per semester is ?4500 which can be considered cheap as far as I'm concerned for a middle class family.Fee structure includes exam fees,tution fees,sports fees, library fees and extracurricular activities.
The course opted by me is the course which will lead to my dream of becoming a doctor. It requires complete dedication because at the end of the day it will be us who will be saving lives of millions. So ofcourse the course is brilliant of fine properly
Fee structure is quite affordable.900 per subject as sem fees at the end of each semester was paid,apart from mb registration fees and hostel seat rent of 524 and hostel food rent 30 to 42 per meal
The course was excellent with appropriate focus on practical learning. Research initiatives taken by the institute were very rare
The fee structure is not at all high. Each semester the fees was 4500 for the 9 semesters and thus one completes the entities MBBS course in a total fees of 40500. The hostel fees was 12 rupees per month including electricity. The examination fees used to be 1000 rupees each year for the professional examinations and the fees were all to be paid in cash mode only.
The course curriculum was nice in the college as the whole MBBS course was structured and planned as per the MCI guidelines and the college was able to follow it in a very disciplined manner. Completing the course in due time and the regular assessments and the examinations was a routine here.
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