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My course is as per the national guidelines by the MCI. Yes, we are provided with enough exposure in the college, especially in regards to the patient exposure. The faculties are superb and expert in their respective fields. My favourite teacher is Dr. Bornali of the Biochem Department.
There is a very good amount of faculty member and indeed everyone is quite special in there ow way.
Fees are quite feasible as it is a government based college. For the admission it requires about Thirty thousands rupees in the first year itself which is for the whole five years. There are some other small expenses like for ID card, practical books etc. Other expenses are related with hostel and fooding.
Course is not actually research driven. In 1st year there is no much clinics related visit but ward duties start from 2nd year and then clinics continue. After 4. 5 yers, internship starts for one year and then rural posting for the state quota students for one year.
The fee structure of the college is very much feasible. In first year we have to pay 28000 as admission fees and in the second year 8000, in third year 9000 and finally 10000 in the final year MBBS. The hostel borders should pay additional 1700 as mess dues per month.
MBBS is a four & a half year UG course. There are total 19 medical subjects in the course. There are 3 subjects biochemistry, physiology and anatomy in the first year. Second year course contain pathology, microbiology, forensic medicine & pharmacology. Third year contain ENT, ophthalmology, preventive medicine. In final year there is medicine, surgery, pediatrics & gynaecology.
As it is a government institutions the fee of air college is very feasible, the mode of payment is accepted by the bank. We should cut challan and then pay to the bank. there is no additional fees or charge that had to be paid to secure an admission in my college. It is highly merit based.
Every year in the month of February there will college week. In this week we ae participating in various sports like football, cricket, chess, badminton, drama, dance, singing and all. Then there will be grand function after in which singer and celebraty are invited. We have lots of fun.
First year admission fees is 28000 then yearly we have to give 5000 for college megazine,college week,and union fees and there is yearly examination fees too thet is around 3000.the yearly expenses are very less compared to the other college.the fees are accepted in cash only.the fees are feasible
My course is mbbs, it is a tough course and and there are verious exams like internal assessment, semester are present,at the end of two semesters there is a professional exam which is very tough and externals come from out of the state,there is theory classes and every day we have to attend ward posting.here we learn about various aspects of treatment that has to be given to a patient.
Fee for the whole course is cheap as it is a govt medical college. Registration and admission costs around 20k. The fee structure is very transparent as they give you a detailed info about all of the different things you need to pay for. The account section is though a bit slow. The fee for the final exams is also not very much. Also the hostels are cheap and affordable.
GMCH is one of the best medical colleges in India and has one of the best facilities infrastructure wise. You’ll also get very good faculties and patient exposure from all over No,rtheast for building clinical knowledge GMCH is also known for very skilled doctors in all fields and patients come from all over the northeast especially for the treatment being cheap and affordable and also because the best doctors are in this hospital.
Fee structure is feasible for the students. As it is a government college a meagre amount is required every yearly. At the start of admission Rs 30000-40000 are needed. Then yearly around Rs 5000-10000 are required.
The course curriculum is a specially designrd one by the medical council of India. It consists of 4.5 years of study including 1 year of compulsory rotatory intenship. Course has 14 major subject & 5 minor subjects divided over 4.5 years. Ist year has Anatomy, physiology, biochemistry. 2nd year has Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Forensic medicine. 3rd year has Ent, Eye, Community medicine. 4 th year has Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology & Pediatrics. Exam is held yearly by the university. Semester exams are held by the college.
Fee structure is very less as compared to others. At the time of admission the fee was only 28 thousand and after that you have to pay only 3 thousand per year for the next 5 years. It is very less due to government hospital
MBBS is one of the best course in India . It has almost job security and you can learn a lot about medical science, can serve the humanity and to the needy . You have the wings to help the society and it's really a great feel
As i got government seat my fees for me is 20,000 and it is quite affordable for me . The government also supports to give all the medical tools and kit free of cost , and there is no extra charges for anything they offer to the students who got through the government seat.
It is one of best course leading in this world. The main focus of mbbs was practical learning as that is the best way to learn and get hands on basic learnings.research and development commite takes the intiative.
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