According to me, everything depends on your perspective. The teachers would always work for the good of the students. Now it's on the student's mindset according to which the tasks could be taken as positive or negative.
The course involves dental as well as medical subjects. During the first 3 years, the subjects are related to dentistry basic concepts as well as the medical subjects which provide knowledge about the general human body. The fourth and the final year includes 8 clinical subjects related to the various branches of dentistry. Each year is followed by an annual examination wherin students have to appear for theory and practical exam. After the successful completion of 4 years, there is 1 year internship where there is no exam. Students have to brush up their clinical skills by working in the different departments for a time period specified for each department. (Usually 1 year??8 departments)
There is a one year compulsory internship after the 4th academic year. Completion of the internship is mandatory in order to complete your graduation. Internship provides great clinical exposure. Stipend is approximately 20,000 rupees for the entire internship. There are 21 leaves allowed throughout the year. If more leaves are availed, internship time period would be extended.
There are no placements or jobs provided by the college or the university. Students have to apply on their own for jobs or they can always start their own practice. Jobs opportunities for freshers are very less as of now. So students usually go for post graduation which is a 3 year course.
There are various cultural and academic events celebrated. Cultural events include: Freshers party for first year students Farewell party for interns after completion of internship. Cultural events including dance, music, art and craft, rangoli, mehendi competitions etc. are also oraganised. Academic sessions include ida CDE programs, seminars and lectures on latest topics.
There is no such facility available. Under special circumstances, students can request the Principal of the college and ask for permission to deposit fees in installments. There is no other scholarship provided by the college.
The alumni network is not that strong yet. But the college and students are working to make it strong. New students are being registered for the same. A team is being formed to work on the alumni network.
I appeared and cleared the NEET UG exam and went through the counselling process conducted at PT. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak and opted for the college. The counseling is open for Haryana state residents.
The faculty is the best in their fields. Most of the teachers have more than 20 years of experience. The teachers are understanding, cooperative and provide the best theoretical as well as clinical knowledge. Most of them are also authors to well known books in their respective departments.
I wanted to do MBBS but couldn't score good enough so chose BDS. There is a good amount of faculty members in each department. Each faculty member is qualified and each one of them has different teaching methods but most of them prefer teaching through ppts. Internals and final exams are scheduled at regular interval and students are informed well in time so they have proper time to prepare.
I am a BDS student so for us right after finishing our BDS we are eligible to practice ourselves. Now it is on you whether to go for MDS or not, or whether to move abroad for your practice, we have our internships in the 5th year where we are taught how to deal with patients in real life so our journey starts right from our internships, a lot of fresh Doctors who have passed out from this college are doing great in life. I have a clear set of thoughts in chronological sequence as to this would be my way forward which includes doing MDS and going for opening my own clinic after which I shall move abroad for my practice.
There are very few campus placements that occur in the college and this is only eligible for interns and that too for the non-clinic job and usually the placements provided are for a maximum of 3-5 out of a batch of 100 students. Usually, students after graduation either go for post-graduation it for private practice in clinics.
Through NEET, for getting into dental course. attended counselling conducted by haryana (Pt.BD Sharma)at PGIMS , rohtak.then on the basis of the NEET score. you get to select your college choice. also depends on the total no. Of seats available in the college
Yes our college provides internship. for all the courses offered by the university. I'm still in the 2nd year so not much experienced about the internship thing. but the patient foot fall is good. provides better patient exposure.
If there is anyway u can choose any other college than this please choose that. The biggest problem is that the college bend the rule according to themself and students doesnt have any word in this.U can check what happened in 2018-19.One will only know once u enter the college
Haryana PMT. Fees was under my budget and got good reviews about the college. My family is a doctor family so i also wanted to become a doctor so i chose this course.
Placement and jobs all depend on ability of the doctor. As ours is a doctor patient job so no companies vome in our college and we have to practice on our own.
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