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This college has a beautiful playground as well as also have a garden in which you can enjoy nature things. The faculty member is very helpful to students in every aspect. Most of the faculty members are Ph.D. qualified. The exam is done in regularly basis.
The total fees of the college is 5.4 lacs for 4 years. This includes all the charges like hostel, tuition fees,etc. The fee structure is designed keeping in mind the facilities provided by the college like gymnasium, library, medical facilities,etc.
The duration of the course is 4 years and is divided into 8 semesters i.e. 2 semesters per year. The course is well structured consisting of regular theory and practical exams. The course is designed in such a way that it fosters students skills in understanding the properties of medicines.
Fee structure was feasible to upper middle class person. For others it's quite expensive to pay. They takes away fee via cash only in one installment of one year. There were no additional charges being taken by the college. There were no any additional fees taken to secure admission. College provided complete break up of fees
Course of curriculum was very good and practical. I got subjects relevant to the course only. In the last two semester i got project work which developed my research skills also. Also my Presentation skills were developed Which i am using right now in my company
The total fees of the course is INR 3,16,000 and it is a bit expensive as compared to other colleges. Students belonging to economically weaker sections may find it difficult to pay the fees but it would be worth it for sure.
The duration of the course is 2 years and it is divided into 4 semesters i.e. 2 semesters per years. The course is well structured and aimed at producing an intellectual breed of students. Exams are also conducted regularly.
Fee structure in my opinion I won't say it is too expensive, but it's worth of paying to the knowledge we gain in this college and also the library and lab facilities. I feel management seats are little expensive.
The courses offered are centralized so there is no variation in it, hence in B.Pharm we have 8 semesters in 4 years and 4 semesters in 2 years of Diploma course offered in this college. We will have 3 mid exams and one semester exams which includes theory and practical exams.
They fees for this course is pretty cheap in comparison to other other courses like B.Pharm and M.Pharm. The fees is to be paid yearly; the amount is 1,100 INR per year so the amount for whole course is 2,200 INR.
The course curriculum is followed by the national education system so the year is divided into semesters. The whole course is two years so there and total four semesters and exams are held after every semester.
The college fees is to be paid on the yearly basis and that helps the students with maintaining the finances. Per year fees is 1,35,000/ INR for four years so the total becomes around 5.4 Lakhs ; which include all the facilities, exam fees, tuition fees etc.
The course curriculum is followed in like manner to Indian education system which is a year is divided into two semesters and as the course is of four years total no of semester are eight; this sequence helps the students to cope up with the course and be their best.
For self finance can say expensive but as comparision to other self finance colleges and the quality of education provides here is good enoug and fair price the librat facility is also good here so it's worth it.
The course is now the centralised and no variation in all india and due to its nationalize course the exam pattern is also same through out India it's a semister vise system for b.pharm 8 semisters, d.pharm 4 semisters.
First-year fees for B.Sc is something about three thousands five hundreds rupees only and for the other course, it's about two thousand and two thousands five hundreds and for all the book and other expenses would cost about five thousands rupees only.
B.Sc is somewhat hard we had about 3 classes each day sometimes about 4. We do sometimes have a practical period but it was a hard time but teachers helped a lot. We had an exam with 3 or 2 days off for each subject and we sat for 3 hours for each subject.
There is two way to get admission.One in government quota and another management quota. Management quota is quite expensive. At time of mine in 2003 for management quota it is around Rs. 40000 which is quite high for middle class family
There is fixed syllabus when I was in college so there is no electives.
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