Faculty was very qualified and accessible and supportive. But they gave a lot of assignment work which was pretty exhaustive. The learning was good, their style of teaching was also unique. Overall the standard of teaching was very good.
Admission is on the basis of the NEET UG scores and academic performance of the student. Students have to apply separately on the official website of the college and a merit list is prepared on the basis of that.
Annual fee for my BDS program was around 12K which is pretty nominal, in comparison to private colleges and other dental colleges. Our institute is giving a chance to fulfill the underprivileged students who can’t afford those private colleges.
Our college also provide hostel facilities to the students. Hostel seats are allocated on merit basis. Hostel rooms are pretty decent and spacious. Limited facilities are provided by all the fundamental amenities are there. Food is just okay, but that’s a pretty subjective statement.
Campus Life is pretty awesome. Overall campus atmosphere was quite optimal for the learning and knowledge imparting. The college organizes many cultural events and social awareness programs. The social life was also good.
Our program was aimed at training the students in prevention of dental disease and spreading awareness of dental health by organizing promotional campaigns. Initial semesters of our course were mostly dedicated to the academics and assignment making, etc. Final few semesters were more about practicals.