|MBBS||₹27,580 (1st Year Fees)||10+2 with 50% + NEET|
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As this is a govt meducal college fee structure is very feasible to all. On each year there is only 20000rs as academic fee. There is an additional 3000 as miscellaneus fee. Hence for 4 phases (4.5 yrs) fee is only at the range of 1 lakh.
The course contain total of 9 semesters. These 9 semesters completed through 4 phases.Each semester completes after 6 months.So total 4.5 years takes to complete 9 semesters.1st phase contain 2 semesters, 2nd phase contain 3 semesters,3rd phase contain 2 semesters and final phase contain 2 semesters. Internal exams are conducted at the end of each semesterand Public exams are conducter after all phases.
We enter the college through merit list... So there is a minimum fish expensive... The expensive is usually 25000 per year. the money is extra needed for buying instruments books and other study materials...
1st year is composed of two semesters 2nd year is composed of 3 semesters.... 3rd year 2 semester.. 4th year 2 semester I hope... Then house surgency... The exam is based on Kuhs University.... 50 percent mark is needed to pass the exam...
Fees structure of our college is regulated by government. It is 20,000 - 25000 per year. This is tution fees only and other charges is extra. it is affordable to all students and college also offer installement opportunity so that who can not pay fees so they can pay fees in two installement.
Course Curriculum is good. It is regulated by MCI and also well managed by college. In MBBS we have both medical and surgery subject. There is 9 Semester in 5 year and exams is taken in a very systematic way so that students be prepare for their exam.
Fees of this college is regulated by the government so it is not so exapensive. those who do not want to pay fees in lupsum so they can pay their fees in installement basis. Also college do not pressurize any student to pay the fees of the college.
Course Curriculum of this college is nice and not a burden on students. In this course, there is both a medical and surgery subject. This course is divided into 9 semesters in a 4.5-year duration and 1-year internship.
Working in accordance with the requirements of MCI. ANd conducts regular continuous medical education conclave that enable tutors as well as the medical students to update their knowledge about ongoing development and activities of the field
Fee of the course is around 20000-25000 rupees per year. This is tution fee and deposit during admission. Whereas there are different fee, book expenses and various other expenses which are charged extra. The fee is feasible to all students. The fee is regulated by government so it is less.
Course curriculum of MBBS is well managed by the college and is regulated by MCI. This course is divided into 9 semester in 4.5 year duration and 1 year internship. In mbbs We have both medicine, medical and surgery subjects.
Karnataka University of Health Sciences has released KUHS Timetable for theory and practical exam online at the official website. Students can also check the KUHS Timetable through the link mentioned on this page. The Timetable can be downloaded in pdf format. Kerala University of Health S
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Placement provided by the college and those student who study here so they do not need to worry about their placement because college provide good placement oppotunity to the students with good salary option.by Kavitha Dhanam
Placements of our college is really excellent, My year is not final so i am not yet placed by the college but i saw my seniors placement and their placement is actually very good. All my seniors are well placed in front of my eye and internship offer is also provided by the college.by Sandra Moses
You can go on working as a general physician on private sector or can join the government sector and work at the peripheral health care systems such as primary health care and community health care or can opt for higher educationby Student