FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
Fee structure: It was only 4000 INR per semester. It was not very expensive. Being Govt sponsored seat, it was not expensive. It was only 3200 INR every six months.
The highest and the lowest salary for a veterinarian is 195k and 45k respectively. Top recruiting companies for our course in India is Amul Diary. A veterinarian plays multiple roles. Mostly all the students got an internship from our course and got recruited in renowned companies.
The admission in B.Sc. Agriculture/Horticulture is confirmed on the basis of merit in the CG PAT of the State Board. Admission in B. Tech. of Agriculture Engineering is offered on the basis of performance in the Pre Engineering Test (PET).
Teachers are very cooperating over here. This course curriculum is very much relevant and it makes the student industry ready. Teachers are qualified and knowledgeable. Teaching quality is also good. We can listen to videos even after the lectures. Overall, it makes an individual good veterinarian.
The infrastructure of our college is very good. It is well organised with multiple classrooms. Labs are very good with specimens and microscopes. You will not feel any type of discomfort in our college. The facilities in our hostel are very good. The only problem here is the climate as I am from Jammu & Kashmir. Mess is good too.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
The course was too good that it maintained my passion with which I joined the course throughout the four years and also prompted me to go for higher studies instead of choosing job prospects. Yes, we had six months course that involved the practical experience of the things we learned theoretically. That was actually the best part of the training.