I choose this course because of my family history of doctors I wanted to pass on the legacy !
The teachers and faculty are really supportive and extremely motivated to teach !
All exams held by University helps the students to improve all aspects of learning and reach their goal
All the faculty members are very good, supportive, and helpful. They help each and every student in any manner they want. They not are connected to us by academic means but also there to guide us and show us the correct path.
All the faculty members are highly qualified and the teaching method is very interesting.
Term exams are conducted very sincerely and properly. Exams are easy to pass if you sincerely study and focus on classroom teaching well. In that case, also teachers are very helpful and supportive.
Because I want to be a doctor and help others
Faculty: student ratio is good
Teachers are well qualified and have the best tracking skills and have deep knowledge about the subject and are very much cooperative
Term exams are held at the correct time with a 3-4 months gap
I always wanted to be a doctor the faculty here is very friendly and helpful
All faculties are lost graduates with good experience and vast knowledge
College is strict regarding internal assessment and helps us in these exams and very useful for proffessional preparation.
Eligible and experienced guide and co- guides are here to help out students. one supervisor may be allotted with 3 students or as per the availability. They pay personal attention to every student. Choose Ph.D. medical biochemistry to achieve big in academic field. Regular assessments, biostatistics and research methodology examination are conducted in a well-organized manner
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