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I always had a goal to become a doctor which I'm on the path to, with MAIDS. This is the best dental college and I feel grateful and lucky to have such an amazing institute. It has all the facilities and best teaching staff. The exposure is huge and knows how to build a doctor with proper code of conduct and principles
Since there are only 40 seats available every year, it is very difficult to join this college. But somehow I managed to be one of them! I was selected through an entrance exam that was held by CBSE on an All Indian Basis.
I got good placement opportunities during my final year in the college. Doctors themselves approach the college for placement and provide us with amazing job opportunities. Every year, around 50% of students get an offer later and I was lucky enough to be one of them. My salary package was around 80,000 per month, which is quite good for a career start.
My admission process was very easy. I got admission through merit basis via Delhi University on sports quota. Although there are only 40 seats available every year, high priority is given to those who deserve. That is what I like about this college. Other seats are available through entrance exams, SC/ST/OBC.
For the completion of BDS degree, every student has to complete 1 year of internship. Major hospitals are tied up with the college to provide us with amazing internship opportunities. We easily around 20-25K per month with these internships and we get to learn so much!
I took the NEET MDS exam after graduating in the Bachelor of Dental Surgery course. The exam was indeed pretty tough but fortunately, I scored well and got admission at Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences - [MAIDS], New Delhi.
The placement opportunities are really good and besides this, the college also focuses on providing decent internships to its students during the duration of their course. It is indeed very imperative for one's career.
NEET - Admission through MDS-based Rank-Based Counseling. Once the results are announced, the cutoff will be announced and those who have cleared the cutoff will be admitted to the college. 50% seats will be given to Delhi University quota, while the remaining 50% will be allotted to the All India quota.
Our senior batch has a 90% placement with a minimum package of Rs 4 lakh and the maximum package is Rs 10 lakh per annum. Autobook, Endolite and other health care organizations visited our college. Importantly, we have been given clinical roles. We don't get an internship in college.
I had scored well in higher secondary education and NEET UG exams which were the two admission criteria at the institute. Also, the application mode was online and the counseling procedure was at the Faculty of medical science, Delhi University after the students' profile is evaluated online. I had to submit all the academic documents through the admission link at the website of the institute.
Several healthcare organizations from the private sector came for placement interviews and my seniors'' batches who are about to graduate have chances to get a government job. Usually, a starting salary of 4 lakhs per annum was offered to the students. A year after graduation was mandatory for internship for the students.
The eligibility for applying for BDS in Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences is to have passed 12th standard and minimum of 50% score in NEET. Selecting the candidates is decided by the management and half of the seats are for delhi students while the rest is All India category.
Many healthcare firms visits our campus for the purpose of hiring us. The packages average around 5 to 6 Lakhs per annum. We are not allowed to do any internships in dental field till the completion of first 4.5 years of study.
Admission is through counseling based on the rank obtained in NEET - MDS. A cutoff is declared after the results are declared and then those who clear the cutoff get admitted into the college. 50% seats will be filled by the Delhi University Quota and remaining 50% will be offered to All India Quota.
There is 90% of the placement with the minimum package of 4 lakhs per annum provided for our senior batch, and the maximum package is 10 lakhs per annum. Ottobock, Endolite and various other healthcare firms visited our college. Mainly clinical roles were offered to us. We don't get the internship in the college.
I have always been a student to MAIDS and the college not only makes you a doctor but one of the most polished doctors. The institute follows principles and disciplines with proper code of conduct. The faculty has the best dental doctors from India, brothers and sisters are well trained and helpful. Overall the college infrastructure is good with all basic facilities.
I completed my BDS from MAIDS itself and applied for the MDS in Periodontology, after the completion of my 5th year internship. The application form to be filled is All India Dental Entrance Exam. The percentage from the bachelors (50%) and from the entrance (50%) determines the admission out of the limited 16 seats, 2 seats for each specialised course (total 8 majors). I got my name in the second list, after that I was asked to submit my verified documents and photographs along with the fees. The course was 3 years long with the last one as an intern year.
The access to the Bachelors of Dental Sciences Course is determined by the percentage you secure in the 12th-grade examination. You desire to early fill the admission form lent by the university itself and after attaching the necessary documents with it and submitting it, there will be a time chasm after which there will be a roster of selected learners.
There is an on-campus hostel facility available for the university students and those who opt for the hostel facility also get a vegetarian mess in the hostel itself. The hotel facilities are looked over by the wardens and the general wardens. They make confident that the hostel environment is safe and sound for the students living in the hostel. There are separate buildings of the hotel for the boys and girls.
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