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Very expensive. Very tough for parents to secure that kind of money. But they work hard so that we study. The curriculum is hard to follow but when you're paying so much for dentistry guess you don't have much option. Anyway yes it's expensive but due to this whole covid situation it has decreased.
As we all know that medical studies is a bit expensive in India.So Yes I would say that the fees is a bit expensive for an ordinary middle class family.But we become a well educated individual going through the rigorous procedure.
It is a well established course especially in India.Their are yearly examination that are termed as professional exam.And there are class tests and terminals in order for the students to keep up with the course.
The fee structure of BDS was 250000 rs annually and the other fee of this course is around 30000 rs. The fee for a full course was 1050000 at my time.
I selected the BDS course and it consists of four years of study and a one-year internship. The academic integrity and excellence of degree courses such as BDS here.
The fee was 4 lakh rupees per annum and it's a four-year course so the total fee for the full course of MDS was 12 lakhs rupees.
Our college provides the bachelor and master courses in Dental Surgery and a diploma in Dental Mechanics and Dental Hygienist
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Compulsory rotatory internship in the college itself. Very interesting internship with patient exposure.by Divya Chanda
Exams here are conducted a bit late because the university (Dr. BR Ambedkar) is a government one and its preocedures are slow.But overall Its a learning experience studying a course that would make ourselves a Doctor.by Kumar Smit
Our college is well known in Delhi NCR. It has advanced equipment and dental infrastructure. There were organized fests, many attractive programs and workshops conducted in our college.by Neha Gupta