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3 lakh per year excluding hostel fees. Hostel fee about 85, 000 and that can be affordable and 3, 00, 000 of fees is giving the all students i think its feasible for all students and college providing scholarship.
4 and half course with 1 year intership giving stipend of 3000 per month exam conducting in July and January and with cctv and inveligetor and donot any malpractice. lab are chilled and nice to take care
Its fesible. Amount of fees is 3 lakh per year and 85, 0000 of hostel fees are also theire and college providing scholarships of 10, 000 in the according the income of the students and is given all the years 1st year to final year
Curriculm about 4 and half course with 1 year intership and exam strict with cctv camera cannot be malpractice. Before exam checking if any malpractice. Intership year 3000 rps is giving inthe every month
The fee structure is about 3 lakhs per year. It is actually affordable when compared to other colleges. Also college promotes student loan and also they will give the fee structure for that. Also college give some scholarship.
The course is about 5 and half years. The syllabus is about general anatomy physiology , biochemistry and dental anatomy for first year. Microbiology, pathology, pharmacology, dental materials for second year. General medicine, general surgery, oral pathology for third year. Oral medicine and radiology, orthodontics, public health dentistry,periodontology, pedodontics,prosthodontics,oral and maxillofacial surgery, conservative dentistry for final year. Exams are conducted on the respective years. Exam is of 100 marks.
Gotta say honestly. Fees are very expensive. BDS fees are becoming similar to MBBS fee structure. What's the point of studing BDS with a fees as expensive as MBBS. As of now tuition fee is 3 lakhs per year.
BDS as for me was hard at first but then it all became easy as i started to take intrest in the course. Talking about the exam structure we are encountering KUHS University exam. All thanks to the new Savitha System introduced by our college. Studying became way more easy.
Fee is around 3 Lakhs per annum. The students have to meet other expenses like Room rent and Mess bill, if hosteller, and will be around 75000 annually. The student also has to pay for Miscellaneous fee, Instruments expenses etc
The course is 4 and half years plus one year compulsory rotatory residential internship. Exams will be conducted in yearly and final year is one and half years, comprising one year part one and a six months part two. College is affiliated to Kerala University of health sciences, Thrissur.
Yearly fees is fixed by the state Government it is 3 lakh per year.it is feasible for those who have money and expensive for those who havent enough money and i think i am one among them. Fees should be paid yearly before annnual exams.
I am Loving it. I worked so hard to get into this Course. I am in my Track. This is what all i Needed in my Life. I am Happy and Satisfied with this course. Ifyou are a passionate Mbbs or BDS aspirant trust me you will love this course but curriculum it is tough obviously one have to work very hard to complete the course.if you are passionate and a hard worker no worries you can get through it.
For our batch the annual fee is two lakh and ninety thousand which is a reasonable price for a course of this status but at the same time medical education is provided at very low costs in outer countries.it should be introduced here also
Exams are conducted on yearly basis.but the idea of yearback should be taken down.in the present scenario a student can proceed to the next year only if he clears each and every subject.this makes the course look a bit harsh
Karnataka University of Health Sciences has released KUHS Timetable for theory and practical exam online at the official website. Students can also check the KUHS Timetable through the link mentioned on this page. The Timetable can be downloaded in pdf format. Kerala University of Health S
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