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The fee structure is feasible as thought for a course like mbbs. Its 58000 per calendar year. There us extra hostel and mess fees. Hostel fees is taken as a wgole in tge beginning i. e 11000. Hostel mess is 2000 per month.
The course as everyone knows is a dream course. The college is affiliated to RGUHS : RAJIV GANDHI UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES. The exams and practicaks are taken as directed by the university. The part which feels a lot hectic is internship.
The fee structure is relatively feasible as it is a government college. The government college fee is approximately Rs. 50,000/- per year. Earlier it was even more less, only Rs. 14,000/- but recently there has been a hike in the fee from the state govt.
MBBS course is pretty tough, especially the first year as you are totally new to the curriculum. There are no semester wise exams, there will four main/university exams at the end of each year. Min 50% marks is required to pass in each exam(both in theory and practical)
It's feasible.we pay a tuition fee of 14,000 rupees annually, and exam fee of 5,000 rupees.we need not pay anything extra apart from this.It is government autonomous instituition,hence fee range will be affordable even to people from lower socioeconomic status.
MBBS course is of 5.5 years duration with 19 subjects.It is divided into three phases.A student has to write four professional or university exams followed by one year of compulsory rotatory clinical internship where he'll be learning clinical skills.
Feasible as it is a government college.but the fee structure keeps changing Every year.the details of which can be made out before counselling process.hostel expenses are also less and reliable.exam fee is to be paid separately
It is challenging and worth studying.very hectic syllabus.repeated internals and a final University exams are conducted every phase.should study everyday and be updated regarding changes.it mostly needs hardworking, dedication and interest.
The course is of five year duration with one year compulsory internship. We get a lot of experience from the internship that we do there. The fee structure for the programme per year is Rs. 50,000 and total fee is around Rs. 2,50,000.
The course is very much detailed and comprehensive. We usually spent our time experimenting in the labs. They were obviously very hectic and tiring. We have to prepare a lot of data, analysis of the experiments.
First year fee is around Rs. 25,000 and total fee is Rs. 75,009. Thus the fee structure for the programme is not so expensive. One can easily pay the fee with the stipend that we get through the internship.
The curriculum is inevitably specified and scrutinized for research purposes. We were busy making projects and presenting our work to the faculty during the programme. It takes a lot of hard work and research to complete the programme.
The university registration fees is Rs.9350. The KEA fees s Rs.500. The UG tuition fees per annum according to the All India Quota is Rs.67,450. The fees for PG Courses varies and are given at the time of admission. The hostel fees per month is Rs.750.
The MBBS Course is for the time period of 4.6 years with 1 year of compulsory internship. All the PG Courses like MD Pathology, MD Microbiology, MD/MS Anatomy, etc. are for 3 years with 1 or 2 intakes for each.
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