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Situated in a sprawling campus, in the lap of nature, with greenery all around, Azeezia the first and only Medical College in Kollam, is one hospital that stands different from the pack. The college is affiliated with the Kerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur and is approved by the Dental Council of India, Govt. of India. I did my Bachelor of Dental Science from the college and I am thankful to the college and it’s faculty for where I am today.
One year fee for a BDS program at Azeezia College is around 3 lacs/annum. Which is at par with other top Dental colleges in the country. Good thing is that the fee charged from the patients is not that high.
Situated 20 kms away from Kollam in Meeyannoor, amidst lush green rubber and coconut plantations, far from the hustle and bustle of the town, daily grinds and the madding crowd, this place provides the much needed environment for the learning and treating the patients at the same time.
Different quiz competitions are one of the fun and informative events organised in the college. Apart from that Yoga Day, No tobacco day, RAL day were also celebrated in our college.
All the faculty members and the hospital staff are humane and helpful and simply have a friendly attitude overall. The learning was fun because of the faculty and the surroundings.
Admission is on the basis of counselling conducted by the Kerala State Authority. But before that you have to prepare and appear for the NEET UG exam.
The course curriculum was good and flexible. But we were on our toes during the exams and during assignment submissions. The library is fully digitized. It has a large number of books, journals, periodicals and modern self-learning facility through audio-visual aids to keep the readers abreast of the latest medical developments all over the world.
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