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|All India Institute of Medical Sciences - [AIIMS], Jodhpur|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences - [AIIMS], Bhubaneswar|
|Maulana Azad Medical College - [MAMC], New Delhi|
|Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College - [MGMMC], Indore|
|King George's Medical University - [KGMU], Lucknow|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences - [AIIMS], Raipur|
|Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research - [JIPMER], Pondicherry|
|University College of Medical Sciences - [UCMS], New Delhi|
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Our syllabus gets updated every now and then, with new medical advances being added from hospital to class very often. We have an amazing hospital exposure, where students are allowed to visit how ever often they wish to. The faculties are really experienced, some are strict due to a generation gap but their knowledge of the subjects, their method of making you understand covers up for it. The curriculum is top notch, MUCH better than ANY state college.
34000 per year. I don't think that's too expensive for a middle class student. For a middle class student I don't think that's an expensive fee to pay. But coming to those who can't clear the fee, maybe they can just go talk to the Dean academics or the finance department of the college they can be of help.
The Course structure doesn't let us concentrate much on research. We generally don't have exams everyday or everyweek, but it indeed is kinda hectic for someone who wants to participate in research. So if you want to go for research side too then you need to manage your timings well. But if are just dealing with the course then it's fine.
Fee structure is highly feasible being the government college. Fees for MBBS course for 5.5 yes is just 5685 including hostel fees. For postgraduate fees is around 2000 and so it is also highly feasible
Course is a bit lengthy but yes it is worth it. Exams are held semester wise which are counted in internals and there are 3 professional/external examinations in 4.5 yrs. Apart from this regular internal assessment are also held
Very feasible. The fee for entire course of MBBS is 5865 Rs. Plus u get stipend in internship basically you are studying for free.Hostels are free. Mess payable if u want to join 2865 Rs per month not compulsory
The course curriculum is same as that followed throughoutthe country as per the guidelines of MCI. The exam structure consists of internal and external examinations. The internal assessment comprises of frequently conducted part completion tests, assessments, tutorials and semester exams (end semester, mid semester) and pre-proffesional exam. The external examinations are the professional examinations which are conducted at the end of each prof. There are 3 profs. Each subject has a theory and practical exam.
Its quite feasible. its 6000 rs for the whole course.so it is less than almost every medical college in India.The fees include all facilities including hostel and library membership.Also it has to be paid at the time of admission.
The curriculum is very standard and excellent. There are 3 Professional Exams and many Internal exams are conducted in between.Internals amount for 50% of the weightage and Externals also weigh for 50%.
The fees structure of my program were very affordable. Fees were to be paid for every academic year we completed. For my program, I paid for two years of academic years. I had no arrears left to pay at the end of academic program.
the course curriculum for my program is delivered over two years. Exams were held in regular intervals through out the entire program duration. Exams were a mixture of written and practical exams. Exams were not tough.
Since my college is under the Government of India the fees for my programme is on the lower end. I pay less than Rs. 6,000 every year for my programme. The total fees included tuition, hostel fees, gymkhana fees and more.
The course curriculum of my nursing program concentrated on patient handling and the basics of medicine, anatomy and surgery too. I especially enjoyed learning in depth about the human body and what needed to be done to fix something.
The fees at AIIMS Bhopal is on the lower end since the university is under the direct control of the central government. I paid less than Rs. 6,000 per annum for tuition, hostel, security fees etc. The total fees also included fees for gymkhana.
The course curriculum of my programme is very intensive. The material is very vast and includes everything from anatomy to medicine and surgery. Exams were a mix of lab sessions and theoretical papers to be written.
Since it is a government funded college, the fee structure of the college is feasible. However, it is even less for the students belonging to the reserved categories like OBC, SC, ST. All the students can afford it provided they clear the entrance examination.
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