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I have chosen the MBBS because it's my love from 5th standard I have seen the dream I have to become a doctor, here the faculty: student ratio is pretty good. In our class, there are 150 students and as we have 19 subjects in our entire MBBS, so in each field, there is one HOD, 4-5 associate professors, 5-6 Senior residents, and around 10-12 PG students, so the ratio is pretty good. Qualification of faculty is no doubt is very good and the review teaching method I can say is not up to mark. We have professional exams at the end of our year and have semester exams in 6 months and before professional exams, we have send-up exams. And really it's difficult to crack them as passing criteria is 50% and the person who tops secure maximum of 80%.
MBBS was something that I thought of as I entered class 11. The uniqueness of experiences that a medical student and doctor get to face is something that fascinates me. Hence I decided to pursue this course. The faculty-student ratio is good enough for every subject except the 1st year subjects of Physiology, Biochemistry, and Anatomy where faculty is less. The quality of teaching in both pre and para-clinical subjects is good enough. Although the presentation teaching method makes it somewhat difficult for the topics to be understood. Moreover, the quality of teaching in 1st-year subjects has declined since 2018 after many first-year faculties left the college. Exams are conducted timely in the 1st and 2nd years but this practice goes off a little from the 3rd year onwards where only semester exams and proofs are conducted.
Course is for 3 years if you donot fail in final exams. We read Hapleys book mainly. Thesis is based on our interest in a particular disorder. Seniors are really helpful It would have been so difficult to adapt without seniors guiding and helpung us at every possible steo.
Faculty is very sweet. They make you understand the clinical cases so well and are very intelligent. They guide us about what to read and how to pursue the subject appropriately without going haywire. They also help us with our thesis
Course is not too hectic. It is very much suitable for girls who wish to manage family with profession. Also if boys are not much into serious hectic schedule they will like this course. It is for 3 years. We have a nice department here
The curriculum of MBBS was updated from our batch-2019. Its good and has clinical exposure since first year. Faculties are also expertise in their fields, but there should be more interaction among students and faculties.
The fee structure in the college is feasible and the cheapest compared to the quality of education they provide. They provide the best quality education in whole India in cheapest price. The college is Government driven and is the best college in India. All modes of payments are accepted in the college. There is no additional security fees for pursuing the admission in college as it is totally fair and done by only entrance exam NEET. They provide full transparency in the fee breakdown.
Course Curriculum and exam structure is completely fair and relevant. It is helping me a lot to be a Professional doctor. The learning and course activities in the college is the best in India. The learning imparted in the college is totally practical. All things can be understood very well theoretically as well as practically. It provides industry specific to the students that is very helpful in on-campus placements as well as placements outside the college in the best location.
The fees of the college is very much Feasible for the students.The fees is very negligible amount with respect to the subject the college is teaching.The fees of MBBS course is only Rs.5207 annually but the Hostel fees is separate from the annual fees.
The curriculum is precise and focused on the students needs of being a competent doctor.The course teaches us from basics to recent researches conclusions so as to make the doctor competent as well as up to date.The curriculum also focuses on encouraging students towards research programs.The Curriculum is very systematic and regular tests are being held to make students focused on their studies.The curriculum has also included daily 2-4hrs practical classes for students to be practically competent.Also the curriculum has included extracurricular activities for students for encouraging their skills.
Feasible Being a government college They charge for academics around 10000 (max) per year And for hostel and mess, they charge around 12000 per 6 months Fee structures is almost negligible when compared to deemed or private institutes for medical where they charge in lacs per year
5 and a half year of course Which comprises of 4 professional university exam and 1 year of compulsory training as an intern in a government hospital of the same college 1st year comprises of 3 subject - anatomy physiology and biochemistry Exams are held after one year 2nd year comprises of 4 subjects - pathology pharmacology microbiology and forensic medicine & toxicology Exams are held after 1 and a half year of teaching 3rd-year compromise of 3 subjects- ENT, Opthalmology and preventive & social medicine Exams are held after 1 year of teaching 4th(final) year comprises of 4 subjects- Medicine, Surgery, obstetrics & gynecology and pediatrics Exams are held after one year of teaching Each year's paper compromise of theory paper and practical examination including viva
The fee structure is very feasible. As the medical college is government affilated therefore all the fees is subsidized based as compared to the private medical colleges offering the same course for the same perioed. The fees is taken on anual basis
The course and the curriculum is clinical based. Although it should also be research driven at times. The course consists of theory classes as well as clinical classes. The clinical classes are approximately 3 hours per day the whole yea having a big role
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