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The professors at Manipur University are really well qualified and they also have excellent skills as well as experience in the field. Many of the professors are from IIM's and the professors all are really good teachers as well.
The faculty of this college is well qualified and hold experience of several years. They are very humble and kind always ready to help the students. The college faculty is very hardworking and always give guidance to the students.
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Each faculty had their own reputation and all were mostly student-friendly. All teaching staff had advance knowledge and they provided Practical and project facilities to students. The teachers arranged guest lectures for the students from the experts and motivated for the preparation exams and projects.
The faculty have solid knowledge that supports learning and Research. All staff and faculties are amazing in their field. .University has nice faculty recruitment and training as well as curriculum scheduling and upgrading. Our teachers are well qualified and surgeons from private and government hospitals. their way of explaining any topics is great.
Increase of faculty membes are still needed, the demand for it are not acquired although petition regarding this are repeatedly given. There are at least four of them in my department. One of them holds JRF (Junior research fellowship) certification. While three of them cross the age of 50, one of them could be around 30. The teaching profession they impart meet the needs of the students, but at some point its almost outdated and it will be in the long run.
The college faculty is well-trained and provides great teaching to the students. They are very skilled personalities and hold experience of several years. They are very supportive and have a quality of leadership which always inspires me.
The faculty at Manipal University it very great, they are always willing to help us out for whatever doubts we have and they are also very excellent teachers in every way possible. The lectures are great and discussion based which makes it less boring.
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