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The medical commission of India is replaced by NMC and yes many updates and changes are brought in the syllabus amd curriculum. Before staarting with syllabus, we were given exposures to all the laboratories and also we had foundation class which was a new concept, we were basically taught about ethics of aa medicaal professionals and other things. All the faculties are very good.
Its a bit expensive but the kind of education which is given in this college so I think this is value for money and we have do internship in our own hospital. Its the best hospital in Sikkim as well as have good name in India. Our seniors are now working as doctors, lecturers, scientists in many parts of the world along they have been working as higher professionals and doing great in their field.
Its a 4. 5 yrs course in which 4 months is compulsory internship. Here eacg year we have 2 sessional exams followed by one pre university and the final university exams. And also we have part complition test after each topic is finished.
The fee structure is quite expensive, its different for different quotas and increases every year with a new batch of students.The fee structure also varies with every course.MBBS is afterall very expensive as compared to other courses.
MBBS is a great course to study and SMIMS is one of the good colleges.The MBBS course comprises four and a half years, followed by compulsory rotatory internship of one year. The course follows semester system, each semester consisting of six months. The MBBS course is divided in to three phases, viz. Pre-clinical, Para-clinical and Clinical Phase
Expensive, but not that much compared to other private medical colleges in India. In general quota, it's around 15 lakh per annum with hostel and fooding and others. Local state quota seats come with 7.5 lakhs per annum fees, N.E. quota comes with 11 lakh per annum fees.
MBBS is a 4 and 1/2 years long curriculum consisting 9 semesters, 2 semester per year. 2nd year consist of 3 semesters for one and half years long. University exams are held by Sikkim Manipal University, and MCI. Official registration after getting degree is provided by Sikkim Medical Council.
The fee structure depends as to which quota you got your admission through. For students coming through Sikkim state qouta the fee as for 2018-19 is around 6lakh per year For North East quota and other general seats it is around 14lakh. For management quota it is about 26lakh. The fees is quite expensive but it really depends on your financial background.
The course curriculum is vast with three subjects in the first year . The exam structure is a yearly exam with University exam being the main. Although the semester exam do add up for the internal assessment.
Being a private college, the Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences offers an affordable price to its students i.e. 1,00,000/- per annum. Since it’s very obvious that a private college will take a lot more fee as compared to a government college, so keeping this view, this college offers a less fee structure in comparison to other private medical colleges and hence it is affordable.
The course is tough but interesting. Practical learning is of utmost importance. A great focus is put upon the practical learning with proper access to laboratories. To enhance the practical knowledge and potential of the students, research work, in each and every field, is also given a lot of importance.
Well the fee structure differs based on the type of admission you have undergone. For me the annual fee including hostel fees=Rs.398500
Practical learning is given utmost importance out here. There are various research initiatives taken by the students under MCIR. There are no particular electives as such.
for most part the fee structure is feasible for courses like nursing, BPT, biotechnology, BMLT,etc but as for more professional courses like MBBS it is rather expensive. Also the fee structure is increased by around 5% every year which includes both for academic and hostel fees.
my course in particular consisted of 5 years which was bsc and msc combined so i would directly graduate with a masters degree. we had different subjects as per year with varying amounts of syllabus covering various topics included in the biotechnology course as per advised by the government, it included both theory and practical for most of the subjects,with the final 5th year including a dissertation which was unfortunately only theoretical with no inclusion of practicals due to negligence by the in charged faculty.
The fee is quite feasible when compared to other private medical colleges in India. The fee which includes course fee,hostel fee and mess fee came to around 3.5 lakh rupees annualy while I was studying. There was an option to pay in two bi-yearly instalments on request. The fee agreed upon during admission remained constant for the 4.5 years of study without any increase in fee at any point.
Medical curriculum as approved by the Medical Council of India. In the firat two semesters the subjects are anatomy,biochemistry and physiology. The third,fourth and fifth semesters deal with the subjects pathology,microbiology,forensic medicine and toxicology and pharmacology. The sixth and seventh semesters include Ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngilogy and community medicine. The final year is the eight and ninth semesters deal with internal medicine,surgery,paediatrics and obstetrics and gynaecology. All the subjects are compulsory and there are no electives.
Fee structure is on the higher end 7.5 lakhs per annum including the tution fee,lab fee,hostel accommodation and mess.
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