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There is no stipend for the mds student. bds intern get 2000/- but instead of stipend we are given free package full of abuses, insults, we are made to do all the fake paper work, even we have to the personal work of staff memers. which include getting their food, parking their car, dropping and picking them from airport, getting their kids from school, cleaning their cars, many others which i cant mention here.
They should focus on student welfare. or at least listen to their problems. the principal of my college was an extra brilliant person who makes student suffer for his personal gains. This is the reason students are discontinuing the course and leaving. Seats remain vacant coz of misbehaving with the students, while others are discontinuing the course.
No there is no such facility. Its only for paper work, but in actual there is no such provision. But plz make sure you have a stong financial support before you enter this college.
Exams depends on the college mood, and examination fees is 90, 000/- which they say is to be spent on the examiner stay food and drinks. inspite of this many students are failed, or are barred to write the exam. they ask you to deposit exams fee and at th
Its feasible but to overcome this problem they charge fine in every thing, and that makes it expensive. theres fine for any thing they think can get them money.
TMU entrance exam. Its a private college so there is no need of any entrance exam, its just a paperwork to prove the seats are genuine. If the seats are vacant they still take admission and ask the student to fill up the answersheet with pencil admission depends on the amount of money you are providing.
Sonu nigam came in tmu in 2012 and listen his review about the college. Events are happening in this college, people come and get along. These few things are good in this college. But even in the events you are treated as a scapegoat, and faculty after having few drinks may ask you to dance for them for what they call is entertainment,
Hostel is worst 5 people sharing a single 12*12 roomelecricity bill is rs 10/- per unit which is out of this country rate. no proper drainage and sewage, food gives regular poisoning and you land up in hospital inscets bites are common leaving deep scars.
Campus life is good, and its also safe as this college has good amount of security. Nice restaurants and food joint, you wont see any kind of obscene inside the college campus. guys are cultured and well behaved. Well coz of they come from good family. But apart from this other things are very worse
10 yrs have gone there was no such alumuni meet. the first convocation happend after 8 yrs of college being stared. They charge or each and every certificate being given. security amount and all is the thing you are not suppose to talk.
The worst of faculty you can get is in teerthankeer mahaveer dental college. they ause you, your parents, most of being south indian, so they laugh on the north indian society and discourage the student, and breakdown their morals. lack of staff is presen
Companies dont come here. They are begged to come for the name sake. Atleast they can put on a picture of logos of all the company visited.
Mine was master in dental surgery, but as they say neither they are here to teach you neithing guide you, if you have any doubt they ask you to study and come, thats a good thing but it also proves that the faculty is very incompetant.
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