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Yes. One year compulsory internship is required to be completed. During this period, the student will be periodically posted in each of the 9 departments. A stipend of Rs. 25/ day of attendance, is given to each student.
Positive: Excellent academic portfolio. High patient load. Up to date dental chairs. Amazing faculty and sports infrastructure. Safe. Negative: Hostel facilities can be improved. There is an urgent need for better car parking facilities.
No scholarship or loan facility is known by me. The student has to furnish his/her own education loans with the help of their parents. The college by itself does not provide for any education loans or scholarships.
There are three internal exams held each year. 1st term in December, 2nd term in April and a pre university paper in July. Following these, University examations are held in August of each year. Each student is expected to attain 50% in theory and practical papers of every subject.
Fee structure is feasible at best. But a total expenditure of 15lacs is to expected throughout the 5 years of the course. Every aspiring student must keep this in mind before applying to this or any other dental college.
Apart from the celebration of national holidays, such as Republic and independence day, an Annual Sports meet and Cultural week is celebrated in the month of March. During this week, inter year sporting events take place such as football, athletics, basketball and cricket.
Hostel infrastructure and facilities are modest at best. Neither excellent nor too bad. The hostel room is on a triple share basis. Ac or cooler may be installed at an additional cost. There are two canteens, apart from the food provided at the hostel. It would give it 3/5 stars.
There are 2 volleyball courts, 2 badminton courts, a cricket/football field, and a newly constructed basketball court within the premises of the college. Apart from this, debate competitions and rangoli competitions are regularly held throughout the academic year.
Alumni network is not well organised. But the seniors are extremely helpful and they are the guiding light behind the successful completion of the course. Ragging is pretty much non existent and there is great camaraderie between the juniors and their seniors.
The faculty of SRCDSR is highly experienced and invested in imparting dental education. They take active interest in each student. They make sure that the concepts have been grasped and that its application is proper and correct. Individual attention is also given to the weaker students.
To get admission into this college, a student is required to qualify the NEET entrance exam. Following this, you have to apply and attend the counselling organised by Pt BD Sharma University of Health Sciences.
Placements in dentistry depend solely on your acumen and skill. Following completion of the course, an interim certificate of completion is provided, with which you may apply to private clinics/government hospitals/armed forces.
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Dr. C.M. Marya is the Principal at Sudha Rustagi College Of Dental Sciences and Research, Faridabad, Haryana. He aims to provide students with a world-class education environment to enable them to become the best healthcare professionals. His expertise in the field of dental education helps him gu
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