College management is just fine. overall our college is good. but just have transportation problems.
course is of 4 and a half year with one year compulsory internship. and is divided into 4 profs. first thouree Prof of 1 year and the 4th being of 1 and a half year. The exams here are conducted annually.Nd is totally fair and true to its course. The faculty leaves no stone unturned to teach us all the topics and this makes us to become a better professional
We have a one year compulsory and paid internship in our own hospital. but there is no placement facility and this is the only drawback of our college
The events celebrated in our college is our annual fest named AGHAZ. and annually held shishopniyan sanskar promoting the guru shishya parampara. there is also inter college fest held with great pomp and show. also we celebrate all the festival in college premises be it Diwali or Holi.
Fee structure is kind of expensive as it is a govt college, in comparison with other govt colleges. but since its also an autonomous body so fee structure is not that much of a problem. MODE of payment of the fees is by Draft only. There is no management quota seat. there is full transparency of the fee breakdown
Scholarship opportunities is only for foreign students. I didn't opted for any scholarships or education loan.
Campus life is amazing as our campus is far from the city hustle bustle. lush green trees and cleans roads win the heart. gender ratio is somewhat equal with girls being slightly more than boys. there is no extracurricular activities in our college no clubs no societies as this is a medical professional college.
Yes. hostel room are spacious and given on twin sharing basis. electricity and water supply is good. drinking water is available. but washourooms are a bit of a problem. renovation is needed in hostels.
No till now I haven't been affected by the alumni as it never came to that. looking forward to this experience though.
Ayurved is an growing entity at the present. more and more people are shifting towards Ayurveda. SO I decided to become an ayurvedic practitioner and opted for this course. as I live in Delhi I opted for this college as it's the best in terms of patient exposure and brilliant infrastructure with great hostel facilities.Also the faculty here is very good. the admission process I followed was after opting medical in 12th I gave an all india entrance exam under IP UNIVERSITY for this Bams course. and got all india rank 324 and got admitted in this college.
The faculty of our course is brilliant. with avg age of tecahers being 40 years and everyone is well qualified with having atleast post graduation degree and some even are PHD. the faculty leaves no stone unturned to provide clarity of their respective subject.Nd regular classes are being held without any hindrance
There are only 100 seats for the course, which of course is a great thing because all the faculties interact personally with us. It's easy for us and them to keep track of each other and everything else that goes on in the institute. Being a government institute, the fees are very feasible too, and there is great exposure in outside commercial industries too, because we have a compulsory internship program.
The admission process first starts by filling the entrance exam form - the NEET exam - then you prepare for the exam and attempt it. Then you get the results and if you meet the required criteria, you're through. From there all the legal process starts. Which is the payment of counseling fees, registration on the institute's official website and all the legal document verification. Then the seats are allocated to the students who satisfy the criteria and you have to quick and fast to freeze the allocated seats, as there are only 100 seats, they fill up pretty fast. Now, you can withdraw the fee refund and report to the institute if you secure your spot. Spot counseling round is conducted now, after the initial main counseling round, students still have the chance to get into the institute if they haven't before. After all the counseling rounds - the main counseling round and the spot counseling round - the vacant seats are filled and a new fresh session begins.
They have a compulsory internship at Ch. Brahm Prakash Ayurved Charak Sansthan in the 5th year of college For job opportunities, you have to pass an entrance exam again. Also being a government college during your internship there will be many offers for you from some private hospital to work in their hospital. Having a compulsory internship program is extremely beneficial to the students as we a crystal clear idea of the commercial world.
CBPACS have little administration issues bt apart from this it is a college having its own world and own journey and the Director of the college is very visionary , active and easily reachable!! which take these College at peak in this field very soon.
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