|MBBS||₹40,800 (1st Year Fees)||10+2 with 50% + NEET|
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Test there was full transparency as this was a govt college. we have to pay 30000 for annual College fee, 4800 annually for hostel charges, about 10000 annually for different exam fees conducted by college. we have to pay all the form in the form of demand draft in the favour of principal of our college.
One getting admission in a medical College is not enough. it is a long 5. 5 year course including thousands of written exams, oral viva, test and practical. I studied very hard for passing all the exam. I also take coaching from marrow for passing the exam conducted by college which is affiliated to "King George medical University".
For General Category it's Rs30000 per year but in 1st year you have to give Rs10000 extra as security deposit. For Reserved categories it's Rs20000 with Rs10000 as security deposit only in 1st year. Fee for hostel is included in this but for food you need to pay extra Rs 2500 per month
For MBBS I annually pay Rs.40,800 according to the All India Quota. The college has an average fees as it is a government college and also has good education system which make it worth paying this amount.
There are 2 courses available, MBBS and Paramedical. I am doing my MBBS which is a full-time course of 5 years and 6 years with 1 year of compulsory rotating internship. the annual intake of students is 100. The Paramedical course is of 2 years with annual 40 intake and selection on the merit basis of Uttar Pradesh State Medical Faculty (UPSMF).
very feasible since it is a government medical college the fees structure is very feasible following re details general-28,800 obc/sc/st-19,800 per year security fees of 10000 additional at first year there is one additional fees and that is examination fees which is approx 7500 per proffesional examination but is charged by the university and not by the college
MBBS is a proffessional course. classes are arranged as a part of specefic schedule.subject wise practical classes and field visit also occurs the college also host a central library that enables an individual to interact with vast range of medical literature from history to modern research publishments.
As I told you it is a government institute so fee structure is not so expensive. INR:-28400 (UR)/yearly INR:-19800 (OBC/SC/ST)/yearly Other than that goverment also provide scholarship upto INR:- 45000 to financially compromised students.
NEET exam is conducted for admission in MBBS and BDS through out the country. Exam paper consists of 180 questions carrying 4 marks each (45- physics, 45-chemistry, 45- botany, 45- zoology) and -1 for each wrong answer. There are two merit list displayed 1 on All India basis and other on respective state basis.
It is very less like negligible in compare to private college with same course.I have paid ?19800 this year including Acdacmic and hostel fees excluding mess charge which is very less as compared to private college who charges 10-15 lakhs per annum
Sometime it is hectic like when exams are near but otherwise it is quite chilled.The structure of this course is good as it focus on preparing a well qualified doctor who can not only try to treat a patient but cure that patience completely
As I already told that it's a government institute so fee structure is not so high. It can be afforded by anyone and many students scholarship too. As the students come here only after beating the competition so it's not fair to have very expensive fee structure as you can't just keep study and money in same balance
MBBS is degree that stands for bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery. It is a course of duration of about 5 years and then you'll have to go for internship with a duration of minimum 6 months and then finally you get a degree so that people can call you a doctor.
Through our college is government so fees is very feasible total fees of our college per annum is 29800 for general candidate and 19800 for reserved students this includes both hostel and academics. Mess fees is 2500 per month
I am doing mbbs which is total of 5.5 year duration which comprise of 4.5 year of academics and one year internships in this 4.5 year of academic 4 proff exam occur which have total of 19 subject. The proff examination paper set by KGMU
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