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If you are in government provided institution, then the cost is lower but if you are in privet institution it cost very much for many of us. But if you did this course you get job sureity.
It's a good choice to get admission in this course, cause they provide government job facilities, also they give you some facilities at low of cost, I'm glad that i took admission in this course.
In 2019 MBBS curriculum was Reformed and a new curriculum was started. Here medical exposure is great since it's a Government medical College patient exposure is adequate. Faculties are great and well qualified with great knowledge and proper training. In each department there are almost 7 to 8 faculties.
Students have to pay 8000 rupees for each semester and there are total 8 semesters costing almost 65000-70000/- in total including the additional fees. Accepts both offline and online cash payment. No additional fees there included in the fee structure.
As being a medical college, there is direct job in Govt. Hospitals. Before that we have to complete 1 year internship here treating patients in the hospital which is also a part of the college and there we gather practical experience. Aslo there are labs and research rooms in different departments of the college.
Very good Government College. Everything in the Curriculum is set according wbuhs instructions. There are semesters and also final mb exams for 4.5years of mbbs course. There are also internal exams.
As we are studying in government hospitals the fees expenses are very much less than in private colleges. We just have to pay our semester fees which includes tution fees also. We also have to pay for examination fees.
It a study of medical sciences. It is a professional course. We learn so many subjects like anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, pathology, medicine, ENT, surgery, gynae & obstetrics. After completing study we serve to people in hospitals & clinics.
4500 for every semester.so total 9 semester was there. for hostel we need to pay 10 rs per months. and for fooding we need to pay 1200 rs per months. it is a kind of subsidary from govt. it not so expensive.
too much lengthy course duration. 4.5 years of study, 1 year for internship, 1 year for junior residency. we need to clear 4 main university exams, known as professional exams. and 9 semester exams and 27 internal exams. pass marks for all exam is 50 percent
Being a government college it's quite affordable. To study medicine in private can take 40-50 lakhs of rupees easily. But in any government medical college it's way cheaper. Specially in mine, the infrastructure is a bonus The monthly fee is a mere 750/- Hostel charges per month is 100/-
The course makes me a doctor in the future. It's tough, time taking and mind stuffing but it's enjoyable. Practicals is the heart and soul of medicine. From the very beginning they are a major concern. Research opportunities aren't intrinsic, many take the icmr sts with full support from the faculty. Also being part of SAMSA I get to share ideas and take them.
Uodated course syllabus good practical and clinical exposure faculties are good with many of them having many years of experience in treating patients as well as teaching like Dr HariShankar Pathak Dr Saikat Dr Barnik Dr Ritesh Dr Gandhari Basu Dr Monideep Paul Dr.Ranita Roychowdhury Dr.Chinmoy Dr.Rashbehari Hembram Dr.Manjari Basu
I am completing my MBBS from this college at a very feasible cost which is easily affordable by anyone. The annual fees is Rs.9,091 according to the All India Quota. This very inexpensive as compared to other colleges and very flexible to pay.
The MBBS course is of a time period of 4 years and 6 months. Along with that there is a 1 year compulsory internship provided by the college. The college provides a well-divided and well-modulated course to the students to help better understand the subject rather than just learning it.
National Institute of Homeopathy (NIH), Kolkata offers admission to the Bachelor of Homeopathic and Medical Surgery (BHMS) course on the basis of the NEET 2020 score. NIH Kolkata is affiliated with the West Bengal University of Health Science. The institute offers a UG course in BHMS which i
The West Bengal University of Health Sciences (WBUHS) has declared a tentative examination date for MBBS professional examinations. Accordingly, Exams are to be conducted in the first week of December for first, second and third-year professional MBBS students. Earlier MBBS exams were scheduled
West Bengal University of Health Sciences (WBUHS) has released the semester examination results at its official website for various UG and PG programs. Students can check their results at the official website. WBUHS Result 2021: Direct Link to Check Exam Name Course R
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Cause this is a Government provided, affiliated University. They provide best education in our state, But also there are some problems with the university, that is they follow up the old rules, there is no new process.by Jui chowkider
Location and reputation of the college the college area was huge with spacious buildings campus open spaces greenery and good faculty with good patient load cleaner surroundings and lecture halls clean and spacious hostelsby OINDRILA CHAKRABORTY
The college is located in Kalyani which is close to Kolkata it's green and it's calm. The best thing about the medical profeesion is that you get to know about people you get to learn good stuffs of different varieties living close with your friends enjoying a good social life and the best thing the reputation and bright future. College is a government college with a minimal fees and great infrastructure teachers are good and well equipped with all facilities. The environment in Kalyani is good for studies.by Student