|MBBS||₹60,000 (1st Year Fees)||10+2 with 50% + NEET|
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College fee is ?50000 per annum which totals ?50000 X 5 = ?250000. Hostel rent is 24000 per annum paid with fee. In hostel mess fee is 6000per month inclusive of 3times meal, tea and milk, transportation charges from hostel to College. Mode of payment is by cash cheque UPI.
Curriculum was recently changed by MCI, which focuses on overall development of a child. 2 or 3 months are given for various induction programs. Workshops are held. Basic life support skills are taught, yoga, ward visits are done. So that students adapt to College and the course. That feeling of being a doctor is given to the students. Cultural programs are also done.
Course fee for MBBS degree is feasible. The fee for the course is less compared with private colleges. The fee for first year MBBs course is 60000 rupees. The fee is set by government. This fee is payable by all students. We have to pay part amount during time of admission.
Course structure of the college is good and fruitful. We have more emphasis on theory and practical, as it is the first step in medical sector we are taught basics of the course. It's a 4½ year course with this we also has 1 year of compulsory training. Labs sessions are very helpful in understanding the subject and concepts well. We have both internals, practical and theoretical examination.
Fee structure is according to the selected cource. But it is very feasible, and not expensive. There is fee per subject, and at last all the fees are added seperately, in accordance with subjects. The fee structure is made by the university and is feasible.
Exam is very easy, the exam will comes in every 6 year. Our college follow the semester system. Totally 4 semesters have our college in one study time. the couse's time is 2 years. The exam is very strict.
The fee structure of the college is quite flexible and affordable. It costs around 60000 per year which includes all the hostel, food and other examination fees. It is feasible and moreover if a student will become a doctor then he/she will get a chance to serve and also it is a well financially stable profession.
The course of the college is issued by the government. It includes practical and theoretical exams both. There are labs facilities and many workshops regarding to the course. Students got indulged in many course activities in the college which is quite fun and provide so much to learn.
The fee structure of the college is extremely affordable and feasible, I feel. It's very economical. The fees are Rs 60,000 per annum which makes it to Rs 300,000 on a total for a period of five years which is not very expensive.
The course that is taught to the students is updated and as per the new rules and guidelines. Also the exam pattern which is followed is very helpful for the development of the students. It doesn't let the students get pressurized rather it allows them to gain experience.
The fee is very nominal 50000-60000 per year. The college provides complete transparency in the free breakdown. The fee is same for all the medical colleges of the state. There is fee relaxation for economically weaker sections. The college accepts the payments thourough all the methods.
The course Is divided into 4 years: 1st year constitutes of anatomy physiology and biochemistry of the human body 2 and year includes pathology microbiology pharmacology and forensic medicine 3rd year includes ophthalmology otorhinolaryngology and head and neck and PSM 4th year includes obstetrics and gynaecology orthopaedics paediatrics medicine surgery anaesthesia radiology skin psychiatry. Clinical visits begin from 2nd year where patient dealing is taught.
1st year tution fees is around 60000 rupees and for second year and further upto 4th year it is 50000 rupees. And PG or hostel fees is around 8000 rupees per month and tuition fees was per annum 50000 rupees.
Course as per MCI(now dissolved) is good. There is final exams in every year and mid term exams in mid of the year and as a preparation exam test there is sendups or prefinals. Also there are tests held by respective subjects.
Fee is 50000 per year Hostel fee 24200 It is moderate type Directorate of the Medical Education and Research has notified the fee structure for the inaugural batch of Nahan-based Dr YS Parmar Medical College where 100 MBBS seats will be filled. The tuition fee has been fixed at Rs 50,000 per annum for all students while for NRI candidates it has been fixed at $ 20,000
MBBS course syllabus includes studies on anatomy, pharmacology, pathology as well as community health & medicine, paediatrics, and surgery. Total 19 subjects have to be studied in 4 years.then internship
Fee is 50000 In first year 60000 10000 refundable Hostel fee 24200 It is moderate type Directorate of the Medical Education and Research has notified the fee structure for the inaugural batch of Nahan-based Dr YS Parmar Medical College where 100 MBBS seats will be filled. The tuition fee has been fixed at Rs 50,000 per annum for all students while for NRI candidates it has been fixed at $ 20,000
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