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The fee is super affordable as it is the government college and we are charged a bare minimum fee which is like nominal. The fee is about 35,000 per year which is super affordable to everyone and could not get any less.
The course of MBBS is of nine semester with one year of compulsory internship which is provided by the college itself. The course has so much of lab hours and theory classes which makes the days hectic.
Our college is private with government aided. They admit both merit students and management students. The fee of the college is around 25,000/- per year for MBBS and around Rs.27,000/- for PG. The hostel and mess fee also reasonable which might be around Rs.13,000 to 15,000 per year. We have to pay extra chargers for lab, sports meet, tour, cultural functions, etc. It will collected once a year it will comes around Rs.10,000/-.
As usual the duration of the course takes 5 and a half year which is including internship, projects, viva, assignments, researches, etc. We had internal assessment for once in 6 months and external exam conducted once in a year. 1st 3.5 years contains full of theoretical papers which includes viva and assignments. The 4th year we had plenty of projects and researches to do and as usual the final year is only for internship which we had a practice.
The fess for MBBS is around Rs.25,000/- per year and there is extra fees collected only if needed example tour, sports meet, cultural functions, etc. In my opinion the fees of the college is feasible because we have lot of facilities in our college and the maintenance of the college is really good.
The duration of MBBS course is of 5 and a half (1/2) years which is includes one year of internship. The syllabus of the college has prepared by the both government and management. We have internal assessments in every 6 months from management and a yearly conducted by MCI. Our internal marks are also related to our graduation.
The college fee structure for MBBS is around 1 lakh 50 thousand which is quiet in keeping with the requirements and requirements of the course in the growing industry. Therefore, it is not wrong to say that fees are affordable depending on the education and facilities provided by the Institute.
The MBBS course has a duration of five and a half years which includes one year internship. The course has a very efficient and organized course structure. Days are usually very busy and tests can be very tiring.
5-year fee, 000 22,000, which must be paid early. This includes the College + Library. Hostel Fee - 3000 per year. Exam fee must be paid prior to each final examination. The registration fee must be paid within the first year.
This is a 5.6 year course (4.6 years + 1 year internship). You need to clear all the tests before moving on to next year. Marks Criteria - 50% success marks. You can do an internship from the same college or complete your NOC and transfer to another college. Transfers can be made in the second year (after the final exams of the first professional MBBS).
The fee is as low as 50,000 per year which according to me is nothing as there are a lot of facilities that are offered by the college. The infrastructure, classrooms and the labs, all are so good along with the other facilities.
The course is hectic and days are really tiring. Our classes start at 9 am sharp and the day ends at about 5 pm. We have a break of 1 hour in between but otherwise there are back to back classes which is so tiresome.
I chose MBBS , because I always wanted to become a doctor. Abundant faculties, all our faculties are doctors with specialization in one or two or more categories. Terms are regular and regular studies are must to pass and get good scores.
Approx fees is 12 to 20000 annually. If you are qualified from state, you are eligible for stipend, between 20 to 30000 per month. However, if you are qualified from All India, you are eligible for stipend only if you sign a bond of 5 years to work in government sector in Assam. Books are slightly costly, bit you can use the library.
Doing MD is research oriented. Moreover, it prepares you to learn to do what you intend to do in the rest of your medical career. It is a 3 year course with compulsion to complete at least one thesis or research along with ample scope of research. Peer learning is encouraged along with evidence based practices. Exams are conducted with equal weightage to theory and practical. Examiners are internal as well as externals.
The college offers many courses in the campus.The college provides money worth's education.We have scholarship opportunities to the students.I pay 42000 for the whole course and its not much to pay.
The college provides quality education.We have good academics standard.We have curriculum updated every semester which is based on industry training. Our academics are credit based learnings which gives students an opportunity.
The fees of the college is average and not very high and can be afforded by most students. Value for money well. as it is a government university.The fees of government colleges is low compared to the private ones.
We have updated the curriculum for every semester. We have industry trained classes. We have a choice based credit system where students have the chance to opt their course at the level of their choice.
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