4. 5 + 1 yr internship. 6 month semester and then after each prof a university examination. consist of three prof. MBBSprof1 of 1 year, MBBS prof of 1. 5 year, MBBS Prof 3 of 2 years. the curriculum consist of theory classes, practical classes amd clinical postings.
Feasible if you are on govt seat, it s very expensive on nri seat : 55 000000. On payment seat its 25 00000 and in govt seat its 100000. But the result what you get is doctor so fees dorsen really matter if you work hard in the college. And score good marks in uc and pg
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Exam structure is good but it should forcus more on practical knowlege than theoritical and also focus should be kn clinical aspects if the subjects. Also the exams should focus more on mcqs rather than theoritcal questions. Right now the focus of the students is on clearing the sems and universities it should be on pg
Feasible to student of government seats
And not for on payment and nri seats.If you have money in your pocket you can easily get admission on these payments or nri seats but only after you have scored decent marks in the entrance exam which is NEET UG.
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Yes, exams are very refined one and gives everyone a fair chance to prove themselves.and yes thourough exams and practicals we get to know about various other yet necessary aspects of our day to life. Student's prepare for these exams very hard by discussing with each other because it is well known fact about medical subjects is that they can't be remembered or studied when done alone and this fact very well applies on me.
Feasible for government seats but for that you have to study really hard for at least 10 hours a day to score well in neet pg and get admission.
Government seat - 16000/ annum
Payment seat - 7 lakhs / annum
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Course curriculum is little bit lengthy with less time duration in final year (1year) for 9 subjects rest is of good duration.
We have to appear semesters each year twice except 2nd year which has 3 semester. So total of 9 semesters we have to appear and score minimum of 35% marks in order to appear in main uc examination.
And to pass exam we need 50% marks in each subject individually both in practical and theory.
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