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B.D.S is one of the growing field for the upcoming youngsters. Every thing out there in the college is up to the mark and is always under the discipline roof. Facilities like Rajvir sir, Ashish Behl sir, amit Mangal sir, Meenakshi ma'am and our principal devi charan shetty sir do not leave any stone unturned in landing help to the students and coworkers.
Course of bds is good , in college u can start treatment from third year onward after white court ceremony , faculty are good , all are ready to help me in my studies and other problems also . Every faculty is good ,I can't choose best out of them
fee structure is between feasible and expensive is not too cheap and not too expensive a middle class person may pay it and but poor person can't afford it some people think its too expensive but in my opinion its really too expensive And its monthly cost for other things is very high !
The college system is good the exam is helding properly and the knowledge that i want they are providing us and teachers are also good but some are not ? lol, by the way all faculty is good and classes are neat and clean and campus placement is outstanding and industrial visits are also nice
The fee in the first year is high as compare to other years because u have to give them 50 thousand extra for security and also for dress and college fee. In my time I have to submit 4lakh35 thousand fees ( hostel including )for AC rooms fee are more. .laundry is also available and was included in fee.
I have to do BDS that's why I choose this college because my one cousin who was a student of ITS Suggested Me and also in ITS there is post-graduation also available. I thought it's a better option and I really think now that I was right anyone who really want to study well and get best knowledge about subject should take admission in ITS.
The fee structure is in power with other associations. There are various privileges process available for students belonging to lower strata of society but there are no scholarships given as such on basis of our grades. My fees is approximately 3.75 Lac per annum. I have taken a student loan to be able to pay my fees regularly so that my parents don’t get burdened.
This course of dentistry is best for me. It is equally balanced between practical application and theoretical emphasis. My college, as well as the dental council of India, conducts regular seminars and workshops to improve our skills and keep us excited about it. My college is a semi govt college so its linked with the DCI directly. The seminars also help us to know the upcoming technologies that will carve a new way for dentistry.
Being in a medical college, the fee structure is what "expensive" describes in a standard dictionary. 3.75lakh per annum, which is a little less than other private colleges.
Being in a college has its own perks. I found my course interesting yet tough. We do get to practice and apply our studies in labs. This being a vast field, our college makes us aware of different kind of seminars held, so that we can advance ourselves with upcoming technologies learn about them.
2.75 lacs per annum academic fee Plus 85000 hostel fee per annum 50000 security deposit collected as a one time refundable fee
The course was good. A lot of emphasis on the practical aspects of our course. A number of research programs initiated by the college which include both undergraduates and postgraduates.
Fees structure of every medical college is expensive. However comparing to other private colleges, the fee structure of ITS was little less. Fees structure is 3.75lakh per annum.
I find this course pretty nice and plus my college is a semi-govt college, so it’s great . Everything is based on practical itself. The institute makes us aware of different kind of seminars held all over India and abroad , so that we can apply and learn about new technologies , researches and new way of dentistry. In total there were 18 subjects of oral health that gave us in detail knowledge of dentistry.
Honestly speaking in my view fees structure is expensive but if we look at fees of other private colleges it is on the par with the other colleges. Moreover for every medical field fees structure is always high. Fees structure Rs.2,40,000 year.
The curriculum contains of total of 17 subjects related to oral health which is completed in span of 4 years.
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