The college is very good in academics as the faculty are very knowledgeable individuals and have very good teaching skills. The campus Is well equipped considering it's just a dental college. The hostels are also pretty decent and have pretty good facilities like room service, laundry, WiFi all included in the hostel fees. The hostel bathrooms are also pretty new and well maintained. The patient flow is also pretty decent so it's possible to see really rare cases that you can treat. There is a very good senior Junior relationship here as there is zero ragging and students get along very well.
I happened to choose the course as I was always planning to take up a medical degree so it just happened that the only course in the college was BDS which helped allot. The faculty-student ratio differs from subject to subject but the least that you would see is 1:50. The staff are usually MDS and are very well knowledgeable. Regular tests throughout the year happen along with 2 internal assessment exams and one annual exam in a year. Internals are not easy to pass as the faculty purposely make sure to grade them in a really tough manner so that students score fairly well in the annual exam which is graded by externals from the University. There are 3 theories and 4 practicals in the first year. 3 theory and 5 practicals in 2nd year. 3 theory and 3 practical I'm 3rd year and 8 theory and 8 practicals in 4th year followed by one year of internship.
The internship is a compulsory one year part of the course and we are paid a stipend of a mere 25 RS per day. During the internship we are posted at different departments for a month each and expected to diagnose and treat patients and follow-ups.
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.
The fees of the college were 225000 of course per year taken as pay dated cheques internship doesn't have any fees and the cost of the hostel was 75000 which increases 5000 per year. There are no scholarships but some financial aids are provided to the Sc/St category if documents are provided and after applying.
The campus life isn't that great as the sole focus is academics and barely people even bunk in this college considering the attendance strictness. The college has great facilities like volleyball ground, cricket nets basketball court, library and several auditoriums for events if the college. The only college event is the annual shorts week which is organized by the intern batch and which goes on for a maximum of four days. And at the end of the fourth day, there is an annual day event. Other than this there aren't really many events in the college that is not academic. The college occasionally does conducts seminars and lectures by guest speakers. There aren't any clubs or any student unions either. The lecture hall can hold a 100 students at a time and are air-conditioned and have projectors and blackboards.
The hostel is inside the campus itself and rooms are usually at a triple sharing and they have the option of paying extra for AC rooms as well and even for double it even single occupant. They provide four meals a day and it's pretty decent and each day has the different items in a week. Mornings are usually parathas or bread or aloo Puri with tea. Lunch there is rice and roti every day with different daal and one sabji with raita and salad. The same is for dinner except that in place of raita the give a glass of milk and a sweet dish. The snack time had tea with a variety of snack items like samosas, macaroni, bread pakora, the chilla, etc, The bathrooms are very well maintained and have no issues. The hostel fees included housekeeping every day and laundry twice a week.
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.
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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