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As syllabus of MBBS is same all over the India as the medical studies follow the guidelines of MCI and the syllabus is same wherever you study in any college any university the faculties are much better in our college and the infrastructure and the study materials that we get in our college are much standard and loving.
The fee structure of the college is quite expensive it's 3,00,000/annum, which in comparative to the others is too high. There no additional fees)charges that had to be paid in order to secure an admission to your course. The payments accepted is only in the form of "Challan". Yet no option available for the "Online Payment " of the fee. The College does not provide transparency in the fee-breakdown.
The course curriculum is very good that includes focuses more on the practical base study than the theoretical base. Exam structure is the things that needs to be improved. The exams held are quite difficult as compared to the way the things are taught. The teaching methods are relevant and good. Here, we are taught to be the doctor and also the education system used here is good. Also, there is impressive way of teaching like the smart classes. The teaching ability in this college is good upto the 1st -2nd yr. Later on to this the faculty often don't come to teach. It's majorly on the students to study.
For bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery 4.5years course and 9 semester and each and every semester fees is 1,50,000.total fees is 13,50,000. College accept check. and also 3000 hostel fessfor each semester. Also 1,24,200 for mess fees. Also 50,000 for books and journal.
Five and half year of bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery research. and after that one year internship after that one entrance exam can be held for post graduate admission and merit wise admission Councenlling occurs and seat allotted. Then post graduate starts.
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8semester course. Biomedical Engineering admissions involve Common Entrance Test (CET) based selection method as well as merit-based selection criteria that is the percentage of marks obtained at 10+2 or equivalent level by the candidate. Most of the colleges who provide admissions through CET mechanism rely on the score of All India level common entrance exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced, UPSEE etc while some of them go for a separate entrance exam of their own (like BITSAT, LPUNEST etc).
The fees are expensive here it's 1. 5 lakhs per semester and it will be increased from next year and there is also a bond system in which you have to do a job in nearby village for 1 year. But there are scholarship provided by the government.
It is very hectic and circulum is best through world standards but practical knowledge is not acounted so there is a flaw. Which is not good in this field, the new changes made by the government have better effect in curriculum.
Both feasible for general govt quota including 2 lakhs with scholarship and for management quota it is 8 lakhs per year so it is for both type of people with feasible and expensive persons,one can get admission at feasible price
Good course with extracurricular activities Which include study, sports, cultural and practice work Exam conducted by HNGU(North gujarat university) under full supervision,course is fully authorised by government
You have to pay 3 lakhs per year for a government seat and 8 lakhs for management seat it is quite feasible as compared to private medical college where you have to pay around 15 lakhs per year but quiet expensive as compared to govt medical colleges
Course in harder than you think exams are hectic you will have a yearly examination upto four yearsAnd then internship for one year you will have you study 19 subjects during the duration of the course and subjects are diveded According to year.
The fee structure varies if you are from general quota then its 3 lakh per annum and if you are management quota then its 7.86 lakh per year apart from this you can have the 50% scholarship upto 2 lakh from the MYSY.
Medical course curriculum is changing nowadats. So can't say much about that but the exam is written exam conducted by the University and the results are according to hard work, checking is very goodlh done
It has yearly 3lach fee for the government quota and 7.86lach for the management quota.its quite expensive for the middle class student.fees should pay in two term for each semester.1.5 lakh rupee is paid for each semester .You can pay by the DD or bank or online.
It has 9 semester. Total 4.5 year.each year has 2 semester except 2nd year it has 3 semester.mainly three exam taken in each year.internal and preliminary exam taken by the college itself and the final exam taken by the university.final exam also known as university exam.ut has two part theory and practical.in each exam you have to pass with 50%.
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