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It was my dream course from my childhood.The faculty student ration is variable for various departments. But roughly we can say it is 1:18.All the faculties are doctors..
Admission fees is 6250 plus caution money of 1000 which semester costs 4275 including hostel accommodation fees. The fees for the professional exams is 300 per subjects there are three subjects in the first and third professional exam there are four subjects in the second hand final professional exam the cost for rechecking exam is is 1000. The fees for daily food intake is not given by the college students have to pay for their own and have meals as per their requirements the total expenditure of an average student in one month including all this things accounts to about 6000 approximately.
Totally under the control of Medical Council of India. 9 semester, 4 professional exam, Marks from semester contribute to internal assessments. 1st, 3rd and 4th professional has two semesters. 2nd has 3 semester Including various part completion examination. Professional exams have criteria of having 50% each in theory and practical to pass. Faliure to secure 50 % in practical will also result in supple.
Fess structure is good as it is a government medical college and hospital. In paramedical course, fees is 30000/- in total for 2.6 years. And also we are getting 12000/- by 6months internships.
Course duration is 2.6 years, in which first year we have to study the subjects and have to visit patients who coming hospital with severe pain /orthopedic problem,then after preliminary exam, we are on 2nd year, and after passing the final exam, we have to do internship for 6 months.
Being a government medical College the fees are not that much. One has to pay 750? per month as tuition fees. Hostel accommodation is also at minimum cost, government takes only 12? from the students for hostel accommodation.
Most of the students from bioscience stream have dreams of becoming a doctor in future, their parents also motivate them to do so. MBBS is the undergraduate stream to become a registered general practitioner in Modern medicine & Surgery. The curriculum consists of 19 subjects taught within a duration of 4.5 years with one additional year of compulsory rotatory internship. Although MBBS is one of the toughest course to be pursued, one can enjoy it if he/she take the profession of Medicine as a passion.
College of medicine and sagor Dutta hospital is a government college and hospital in West Bengal. As it is a government college fee is very feasible. For every semester fees is only 4120 ruppes. For every professional exam fees is 1000 ruppes. For registration fees is only 1000 rupees
Their are total 9 semester and 4 professional exam. All exam include theory and practical. During professional exams theory papers are checked by externals and also they take the practical exam. Minimum passing mark is 50%. During of the MBBS course is 5.5 years which includes 4.5 years study and practical class and 1 year internship.
FEES MONTHLY 750/- EXAM FEE 1800-2000/- ADMISSION FEE 1000/- LIBRARY CHARGES 1000/- THIS IS OFFLINE FACILITY. THERE IS LATE FINE OF 50-100/- UNIVERSITY REGISTRATION FEE 2000/- HOSTEL FEES 12/- PER MONTH
MBBS 4.5 YEARS,9 SEMESTERS. YEARLY ONE FINAL EXAM BY WBUHS.SEMESTER MARKS COUNTED AS INTERNAL MARKS.IF YOU WANT TO BE A DOCTOR U SHOULD DO MBBS AT FIRST, AFTER THAT MS MD DM MCH WHATEVER U WANT.1 YEAR COMPULSORY ROTATORY INTERNSHIP.
Full course costs 45000 bucks. Per year it's 9000 bucks. I did not apply for any scholarship, but scholarships are available. You can easily get job after the course.
25:1 is the students to teachers ratio. Medical science is quite challenging, so I chose it. The fruits are high as well. Faculty is very good. The syllabus us also pliable. Hard work is necessary. The exams were timed to perfection. It's not difficult to pass if you work hard.
CMSDH is a very feasible college. The fees per year for 5 years is Rs.9,000 according to All India Quota. The fees to be paid at the time of admission is Rs.6,520. Because it is a government college, the fees is very reasonable.
I am doing my MBBS from TMC which is a total course of 5 years. There is also 1 year compulsory internship. The Sagore Dutta Hospital that is the on-campus hospital is for the students to practice in real-time and also for actual patients. There are labs and theatres in the college which enhances the education system.
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