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I did B.Sc from RUHS. This university is pathetic, where no one cares about anything. Academic is bad, no attention is paid to extracurricular activities, and your future will be in the dark. Some faculty is good, and that’s the only good thing I got from the university.
Our college doesn’t offer any scholarship.
The fee for B. Sc nursing course is quite nominal. The entire course will cost you around 3 and half lakhs which is pretty much affordable.
The infrastructure is good. The hostel is right within the campus. Overall the campus life is pretty dull. No emphasis on extracurricular activities. Students barely get opportunity to socialise
Teachers are very much qualified. They all are doctors who are very busy in treating the patients. They allow students to treat the patient, and they are strict and well behaved. Sometimes classes are delayed due to busy schedule of the doctors. They give us their valuable time. There are different teachers for practical.
Admission to all UG level program is done through an entrance test followed by interview round conducted separately for each course by the University. The entrance test was tough but the interview was easy.
Our college offers Internship assistance, but nothing beyond that. You have to look for placements on your own. The internship option includes the training in the associate hospitals, where students assist in day to day routine of dealing with patients. It gave us good exposure
The course structure was good, but it was pointless since the syllabus wasn’t covered to the fullest. The exams would be postponed almost every time. Practical classes were fun, and we learned quite a lot. But overall it was a bad experience academically.
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