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Fee for the MBBS Degree was quite expensive. My total fees for 5.6 years was 21 lacs 32 thousands and 500 rupees which was way too much been a government college. As I opted hostel I paid extra charge for room rent and food.
The curriculum was made under the guidelines of the government and often went through many reforms to make everything updated. Exams were hectic mainly the written exams due to our lengthy syllabus. But as I studied very hard I got good marks
Of course in private medical colleges fees structure is always very high. It costs a lot. My parents have managed to send me here through their hard earned money. There are many rich people here. People with state domicile pay 17 lakh per year less than those From other states
My course is pretty hectic as it is mbbs. But that is the same with every mbbs student. Rather in government colleges it is even more hectic. And ragging environment also exists over there. Since I am in first year, there is not much focus on research during this duration. But teachers do encourage seniors to participate in such works
As it is government college, fee structure is quite feasible compared to private colleges. Fee structure of our course is 5,38,000 per year which includes admission fee, tuition fee, hostel fee, caution money and development fee sports.
Course curriculum is very well designed and it's perfectly suited for students which includes theoretical and practical aspects. Exam structure of our course is semester based that is 3 years of course is divided into 6 semesters.
The fee structure of this course is about 4.25 lakhs. Earlier state bonds had an option. If you sign up, you only pay 55 thousand a year, but you have to work for five years in local areas. But now there is no option to sign the bond.
MBBS is a rigorous undergraduate course. You have to work hard. Keep a balance between your practice and your entertainment. But it is worth your effort. After all, you become a doctor, a great profession at present.
It is quite feasible as MBBS is itself quite expensive but our college is economically feasible. At the timei got admission it was more feasible as they charged around 50000 as tution fee which is quite feasible for an MBBS course. But now it has been increased to 400000 per annum.
The MBBS course is for 4 and half years with one year of compulsory rotating internship. There are a whole lot of studies to do for 19 subjects we have in MBBS . But as far as placement is concerned there is no sort of campus selection in MBBS we either have to apply for MD exam or complete the rural bond.
It's araund 4. 25 lakhs per annum, earlier there was a option for state bond. If you sign it then you have to pay only around 55 thousand per annum but you'll have to work in local areas for around 5 years. But now there is no option for signing the bond.
MBBS is a tough undergraduate course. You need to work hard. Maintain a balance between your studies and fun. But it's worth all your hard work. Afterall you'll be becoming a doctor, one of the most noble profeesions in today's time.
The fee structure is feasible, mbbs is usually expensive in colleges in comparison to that its feasible. And is well worth spending. Its total fees is Rs.21.33 Lakhs for 5 years-6 months. Also scholarships are provided here.
The course curriculum is very good college is mainly focused on 20 different specilaziations of medical in mbbs. The course structure consist of both proper theoretical and practical knowledge. Our college have also have its hospital for practical and professional experience.
Fee structure of college is changing every year when I got admission. By government ???? the fees was 60 000 as tuition fees and addition 40,000 to 50,000makes it total of 1 lac 10 thousand yearly excluding mess but this is for binded students who are compelled to serve in remote areas for duration of 5 years otherwise the yearly fees in 4 ?? 20 thousand excluding mess
Course curriculum is vast, and exams are like never ending one ends and soon the other begins. Yes some time its hectic but enjoyable at the same time. Though regarding research in initial 2 years its not that much but later there is lot to research about
The fees for every year is Rs.4,26,000/- which is quite expensive but when you see it from the point of view of course, it is pretty feasible. There are no scholarship programs so the students have to opt for student loans.
The course is difficult to grasp but you cannot expect anything less since MBBS has never been easy. When looked from a professional point of view, the curriculum couldn't be better. We get an in-depth knowledge about everything.
The fees for my entire course was Rs.21,32,500. I found the fees quite expensive. Since, the college did not have any scholarship program, I took up a student load to fill the fees. Most of the students have to do the same.
The course curriculum is divided in 5 years and we are taught about all the aspects of medical science so that once we are done with the basics, we can choose our specialisation. We also attended practical classes.
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1. Location 2. Reputation 3. Availability of professors 4. Hostel facility available( incampus) 5. Government doon hospital is associated with it. The government doon medical College is located in patel nagar of dehradun. Since it has good location students find it easy to purchase their things easily. They don't have to roam here and there for commodities. Faculty members are good. Practicals are conducted by teachers very well. No class is skipped. Time table is strictly followed. The dissection hall, histology lab, clinical labs and all other labs are well maintained. Since it is associated with government doon hospital, students have chances to see patients and learn more during their clby Student
The placement and job opportunities in medicine field are enormous. We were also provided internship by the college. Stipend varies from 10,000 to 15,000. The experience at the hospital where I worked as an intern was great, I learnt a lot of things from there.by Aniket
Placement is quite good in our college, many government clinics make their way to our college for pool hiring , our seniors were placed with handsome packages in reputed hospitals.Internship is must for one year of duration.by Jerish