P.M. Nadagouda Memorial Dental College & Hospital, Bagalkot - Reviews

Bagalkot, Karnataka DCI Estd 1987 RGUHS, Bangalore Private

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There are no placements in medical colleges as in engineering. After completion of the degree, you can go for Post graduation in the same college or else joining an institution, start a dental practice and may otherwise go for government dental jobs.

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PMNM has really bought a lot of changes in me personally and professionally. After 12th I wasn't actually sure about what I wanted to do. Due to not at marked Ranking I didn't get MBBS, so the other opt was BDS. I would love to say, I'm proud that I choose PMNM; the best institute for dental sciences. The reason for opting for this college is because it's near to my home place. Coming to the good aspects; The way of teaching practically, friendly faculties, well-equipped classrooms, and preclinical, Best conductance of CD program and conferences. As the Bagalkot area is surrounded mostly by rural places, you get a lot of patients coming with dental issues. This improves skills and experiences. The College is best located away from city noises and pollutions. The campus has many benefits and required essentials. Some glitches: Students from Managements should undergo a lot of pressure from office staff every year during exam times( extra fees) ; management won't tell you this in beginning.

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My overall experience with the College was good. Teaching training everything is good. But the district is pathetic.

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