|BDS||₹2.5 Lakhs (1st Year Fees)||10+2|
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As of now course fees are 300000/- per annum. If you are enrolled with this fees structure you will pay this much amount per year for the entire course. Even if fees are increased after you enrolled with this much of course fees, then you don't have to pay increase amount. The new batch students will pay increased fees. There are a lot of scholarships are available in NSP (national scholarship portal). You can avail any scholarship according to your eligibility through NSP. Or for paying your course fees you can avail a loan from any national Bank. The college itself provides loan letter through which you can avail loan from bank. After 4 year of study you'll do your internship in this college for which you'll be getting stipend. After completion of internship now you'll be a qualified doctor. So you can do a job or open a clinic or go for pg.
BDS is most preferred ug program after MBBS. I was also interested in dentistry so have chosen BDS. Faculty students ratio is almost 1:15. All of the faculties are Post graduated and most of them are PhD holders. Teaching method is very good. They try to clear each and every concept unlike most of the professional colleges. Practical is absolutely good. There are 2 internal exams and one Universit professional exams per year. For the difficulty in passing the exams, I must say if you study no doubt you'll pass easily.
310000 course fee per year. Hostel fees 1 lakh without any proper facility. Very expensive. If we don't pay course fee in time we are not allowed to write exams. All total per year 5 lakhs.
The course is Bachelor in Dental Surgery where in we can learn important features of head and neck. The study gets difficult according to years of studying. 4years 4exams. 1st year 3 subjects 2 ND yr 3 subjects 3 Rd also 3 subjects and final yr 8 subjects
When I got admission, it was 2.5 lakhs per year for tuition fee. Hostel charges for ac/non ac were different, transportation charge, cultural fee, examination fee, locker fee, ppwd fee are different. Overall it's quite expensive. You have to buy various dental kits and books which are costly. You also have to save money for fine if it is imposed.
BDS is a course of 4 years academics and 1 year compulsory internship. We need to study 3 subjects each in first 3 years and 8 subject in 4th year. There will be two internal exams, one in jan-feb one in june. And university final exam in aug-sept generally.
Feasible (i.e 2,50,000 INR+ Extra charge in name of Examination,Cultural,Security,PPW) if your income is good. I recommend if you have more money then join here. They will charge extra fine from you for being absent in class and if you not paid, then they will not allow you to class.
Our College conducts 2 internal Examination which includes both theory and Practical for Practice purpose to perform well in University exam conducted by Utkal University which held in Month of August-October. I have appeared 4 subjects exam in 3 papers in 1st year, 6 subjects in 3 papers in 2nd year, 3 subjects in 3 papers in 3rd year and m going to appear exam of 8 subjects in 4th year. It is very challenging during 2nd and 4th year. Whatever we perform, our performance shows our result. 3rd year is learning where our college felicitates us in white coat which is a sign of officially we are clinicals.
The fees are expensive compared to government colleges but feasible compared to other deemed University colleges. As it is semi-government college we can afford to pay the fees. And complete our study in comparatively fewer fees. it is 3 lacs per annum.
There are only 9 dental subjects in 4 years but in four years we study 17 subjects. Eight medical subjects and 9 medical subjects. In the first 3 years, we study the same subject as mbbs students. Then last year, we study complete dental subjects. And we also have to complete our patient's quota.
Tuition fees - 250000 INR Exam fees - 44000 INR Sports and culture fees - 44000 INR Security fees - 27000 INR Poor Patients Welfare Fund fees - 4000 INR Note:- These fees structures are for four years of course only.
I will rate 8 out of 10 in my course, I focus 99% on my practical learning, yes college has taken to ida conference.
Fees structure is very good compared to other competitors of dis college. It is very feasible nt expensive. We are paying rs 5.5 lakhs per annum which is quite gud as a mbbs course.
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This college is having best administration among all dental colleges of Odisha. The study methodology is really good. The college focus very good on practicals along with theory. Also this college is under government of Odisha and Utkal university.by Student
Positive is only good for studies. Negative is all rest. Taking so much of money from students for no reason. And if not paid they will do racial discrimination with lots of comments. They only take money and drinkby Priyanka
According to me, this college is 30% good, 70% bad. Good is all about annual function, good seniors, restaurant and shops in campus and a few good faculties. Bad is about hostel, canteen, food, freedom of girls, fine taken by teachers, extra strict teachers, too much pressure for attendance.by Aishwarya Roy