The college is absolutely amazing. Being part of the SRM group gives it the brand recognition. One thing is certain, on graduating from here, no one remains the same person and they become so much better both professionally and personally.
The course is excellent. The curriculum is nicely planned and curated by the university. There is enough focus on the practical aspect of learning. Exams are generally tough for us as it is the case for medical students.
The students undergo compulsory internship period in the fifth and final year of college. Everyone gets to opportunity to work in some hospital or clinics. The college authorities also write recommendations for the students.
The total fees of the course is Rs 23.7 lakhs. This is taken in four parts in the first four years of the course. It is very feasible and comparable to the amount taken by other colleges in the country.
The college has its own gymnasium. The college encourages students to partake in various sporting activities and events. There are cultural societies in the college as well. There are stores in the campus for students to buy accessories and stuff.
I got admission in the college based upon NEET UG score. The merit list of selected students was declared after counselling. The eligibilty criteria to sit for exams was 10+2 from a recognised board with physics, chemistry and biology with atleast 50% aggregate.
The best thing about our faculty was that they were very approachable. They were ready to help the students in case of any problems. Apart from that they were obviously highly qualified and experienced in their field.
I chose this as I didn't get a mbbs seat but as of now I started liking my course. The college has so many faculties who are mostly from well-known colleges and they are doing their excellent jobs. The probable ratio of students/faculty will be 10: 1 it seems. Faculties try to impart more practical skills and patient rapport which will be useful once we start the practice. There will be some internal exams every 3 months.
I completed my BDS from Rajas Dental College and Hospital. I learnt numerous things and gained various skills at college. I enjoyed the course duration alot, we had very good teachers and good facilities at college helped us practice anytime and any much we liked. The overall experience of college was quite good.
Eligibility: 10+2 from a recognized board with a combination of PCB and minimum specified marks. A valid score in NEET. Admission form is available online. Fill and submit the form with required documents. Admission will be granted on the basis of scores obtained in qualifying exam like NEET.
The college provides on-campus recruitment facilities. Many companies visit the campus. The college also prepared the students for screening process through placement training and also provides skill development program.
The college is present in a remote location and thus the accessibility to the college is pretty much on the difficult side. But the admission process on the other hand is very much easy with great help from the staff.
There are no placement and job opportunities in a Dental Sciences college but the course curriculum has internship component. But the college does not help in getting an internship and it is up to the students to find an internship with a good stipend.
The only draw back in the college is the bribe prevailing in the office administration. Student been compelled to bribe officials to get any certificates, scholarships etc. Apart from that everything seems to be fine.
I didn't write any of the entrance examination. After finishing my 12th i planned to take the course of BDS in which i am totally interested.
As mine is related to medical field i would say there are many job opportunities. You can start off from the same college if you wish.
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