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No,I didn't opt for any kind of scholarship or loans for availing this degree.so no idea about it seriously.
I have a scholarship named mmvy which offers me a great benefit in reducing my fees.thia scholarship is provided by government for admission in medical colleges and they provide full rebate in fees of the institution.
Yes I have opted for Medhavi Yojna and I got whole fees of my college. It was really easy procedure.
As the college is in MP.The scholarship program named Mukhya mantri medhavi vidhyarti yojna is also available here under this scholarship all fees is given by government for all general students and other caste.For St/sc students their is also scholarship offers
there is a complete tution fee waiver scholarship provided by state govt. under medhavi vidyarthi yojna, jankalyan yojna and post metric scholarship scheme for all students. the minimum criteria is 70% in higher secondary for mpbse students and 85%for cbse students
Yes College has an separate department for providing loan facility to the needy students. Mostly i have seen they able to provide at least 50% of the total fees for BPT , BASLP and Nursing students. In case of MBBS students government of MP provides full fees for the students who has more than 85% in 12th class.
The schollership is given by government the college is helpful to given scholarship the college is help for all students for giving schollership and poor people students also give loan facility arrived by college
In arvindo medical college there is a very good scholarship provide a poor and non effortable student.
yes I have opted for Medhavi Yojna and I got whole fees of my college. It was really easy procedure.
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