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Expensive Mode of payment accepted is DD, online payment there is additional charge as late fine for not giving fees in time. College provides complete transparency in fee background. There is an admission fee & no other charges. During admission.
3 internals & one final proff exam. It us quite relevant looking upon the syllabus. Since syllabus is good. Exams are required to keep students in their pace of learning & the exam structure is perfect for better academics. Placement in professional course is not there.
The fee structure though is very expensive even when I am getting the admission thourough a state level Joint ENTRANCE exam. The time I took admission was still feasible for middle class family but now the present fee structure which is around 1.5lakhs per annum is huge. For management quota they had to pay even much greater amounts.
The exam structure is good but can be made better. It is relevant. The classes are more information based and often spoon-fed thus more practical scenarios should be brought in. Now-a-days various types of conferences and seminars are held though to give us information about many relevant practical knowledge.
The fee structure is a box expensive considering that it's a private college. The fees for: 1st year: 2,25,000 + 15,000 admission fees 2nd year: 2,50,000 + 15,000 admission fees 3rd year: 3,00,000 + 15,000 admission fees
Cost to study is very low compare to many other BDS colleges in India.Fees structure is very simple.Every year many students gets job in government medical college and many famous hospital.During internship in this college any students get around 12k per month.
The campus is awesome.Seniors helps the juniors always.All the professor of all departments are qualified from best medical colleges of India.Every department takes monthly internal assessment .Every week every department take tests on practical classes.
They have a good reputation for this course among all the private colleges in Kolkata. My college syllabus is in sync with the curriculum regulated by West Bengal University of Health Sciences(WBUHS) as the former is affiliated to the latter. My college is academically proficient in general parameters. The faculty is quite professional.
My college syllabus is in sync with the curriculum regulated by West Bengal University of Health Sciences(WBUHS) as the former is affiliated to the latter. My college is academically proficient in general parameters. Faculty is quite professional.
The college fee structure is bit on the higher side ie a bit expensive, I feel. The fees are Rs 200,000 per annum which makes it to Rs 1000000 on s total for a period of four years which is not very economical or affordable.
Course structure is nice. First year subjects are bit easy than other years. It is hectic since it's a medical course. Exams are tough especially biochemistry is a very difficult subject which requires a lot of understanding.
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Because it is the one of the best Dental college in North Eastern zone of India.Many famous bds doctors were graduate from this college.The fees of entire course is very low in this college compare to many other BDS colleges.The faculties of this college is one of the best.Number of patients in the hospital is high.by MAYUKH SAHA
My course is noble, popular, lucrative, and boasts of job security. An inbuilt urge to serve society and heal people's pain drove me to pursue the course. I was allotted to my college via the official process of medical counseling following NEET(the pre-medical entrance examination in India).by Ritisha Banerjee
My course is noble, popular, lucrative and boasts of job security. An inbuilt urge to serve the society and heal people's pain drove me to pursue the course. I was alloted my college via the official process of medical counselling following NEET(the pre medical entrace examination in India).by Arya Kamal Roy