It is a very good course which focuses on human dental problems. The course structure is very nice we get theoretical as well as practical knowledge in the college. the course clear doubt in many important topics such as Development of tooth, Development of face, palate, mandible and maxilla, Applied Anatomy, Oral Cavity and vestibule, WBC Function and classification and Study of the epithelium of oral cavity.
The college is very good at placement because I have seen private and government hospitals offering dentist jobs in their hospital as per the requirement. Most of the students get jobs in their last year in the same hospital. because as per the eligibility the students get placed in a reputed hospital.
if you are studying a doctorate degree then fees don't matter because doctorate is one of the expensive degrees in India. Also, the college provides many facilities during practising the course such as Medical laboratory, Practical exams. The college can provide candidate scholarships to complete the course.
Our college has an auditorium which is air-conditioned. The college also organises conferences, workshops, meetings, ceremonies and college functions in the campus. The college also provides lockers room to the students, and there is an air condition library having all types of magazines and books. There is also a badminton court on the campus.
I got admission in this course after qualifying for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Master of Dental Surgery (NEET MDS) exam. you have to secure a good rank to get a course. any candidate who secures the NEET MDS cutoff percentile will be called for the counselling process. Then Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will allow you a dental college.
Faculty is excellent and our teachers here are highly experienced, knowledgeable in their field. Regular lectures and practicals classes are taken by the teachers. Faculty members use their skills to teach and with books, they give us practical life experiences too.
Students become eligible for campus placements from the 3rd yr itself. They go for both on and off campus placements. Many of them go for higher studies as well. I got to know that one of the seniors got placed in Google last year and got a package of 13 lac p.a. I personally wish to go for civil services.
Final year students get placement. Before that, you can do internships. Companies like EY, Xceedence, etc. Come to college for placement. Near about 70% of students get placement every year. The highest package goes near around 22 lakh. And the average package is near about 2.5 lakh. Doing the job in EY.
Students become eligible for placement after the 4th semester from here on they can apply for placements in companies. Many companies come to the College for campus placement such as EY, KPMG, TCS, Genpact, McKinsey and they make a very good amount of offers for students. D.E. Shaw came into college and made an offer of 17.5 lacs p.a and the median salary would be around 4.5 lacs p.a. The percentage of students getting places is low due to a high number of students and less of companies. I plan to get placed in a company first and gain knowledge and experience which can help me in future.
Students are eligible to grab placements through the second years. A fair is organised by the Comhub the commerce society of DSCE in which students have to appear and give the interview and other rounds as per the company procedures. Companies that come for placement is zomato, Homeflic Wegrow, Wipro BPO and other small companies. The highest package is around 4,00,000 and the average package is around 2,50,000. 5% of students get placement through college. After graduation, I would like to prepare for government exams.
The university offers campus placement to its students. After the end of the 2nd year, the student becomes eligible for campus placement. The packages depend from course to course an amount of stipend is clearly mentioned on the university website. I am not planning to go for campus placement as I am already pursuing a course which is CA, because of which I am not interested in the campus placement.
I personally didn't give any entrance exam but they have their own entrance exam so i gave that exam after clearing the exam they take my two round of interview but the whole process was very smooth and quick apart from that college takes mat, cat and cmat scores for admission and also gives scholarship based on your overall score.
Very good Placements are provided in this college and good companies and major banks come to final placement with good package to offer. Average package is between 6-7 lac per annum and heighest package last year was 25LPA and this year till now Highest package is 12.5LPA. ICICI bank, Axis bank, HDFC bank and many more companies visited the campus for the final placement. college provides summer internship also which inclides stipend between 5000-25000.
I took IIT-JEE and got AIR 284 and so IITD (Electrical engineering ) was the best option for me. I was also getting computer science in Kharagpur but Delhi is where most of my relatives live so I chose Delhi.
Once you crack IIT-JEE it's all simple after that. First you decide which college and course to take and then if you get IITD there is a few days admission process. There you will have to pay the fee and fill some forms and you will be given your hostel and your i-cards, medical book etc.
College management is good but there are some ego clashes and politics overall its a good college with a great placement record and an illustrious history alumni base is one of the best int eh country.
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