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|College||Avg Fees/ year|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences - [AIIMS], Bhopal||₹1,364|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences - [AIIMS], Patna||₹1,528|
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The syllabus in the college are updated regularly we are studying as per the latest syllabus.at my time I was the 2nd batch of the college so there is less exposure of clinical area the institute was newly established but now a days there is lot of clinical exposure while studying. the faculties are good as usual for each different subjects and topics there are different tutors.almost all of the faculties are good.
It is feasible of 5856 Indian rupees for the entire course. It is feasible as compared to a total of 25000 per annum in State Medical Colleges. In additional to the Course fees a mess fee of 2800Rs is paid monthly for food
AIIMS Raipur follows the curriculum of AIIMS New Delhi with more emphasis on Preatical aspects than theory. Exam pattern is with theory and pratical papers for each subject. There will be short answer, long answer and MCQs in theory. Long answer questions are tricker and with applied concepts.
The expense structure of the school is very reasonable and practical, I feel. It's prudent. The charges are Rs 1630 for each annum which makes it to Rs 7640 on an aggregate for a time of five years which isn't over the top expensive.
The course curriculum is really student friendly as it helps amd motivates the student to concentrate on the knowledge and not run after the marks. The exam structure is also not very hectic and it allows the students to score without getting much pressure.
Fees structure is very affordable and interesting one. For MBBS full course, you have to pay about 5000 rupees including 2000 rupees of security charge, which is refundable. And for BSc (Honble) Nursing have fees about 3000 rupees for 4 year complete course. P For post graduate studies, there is fees about 6000 for complete 3 year course.
MBBS is one of tough courses in India. AIIMS follows 3 prof periods. 1st prof has thouree subjects namely anatomy, physiology and biochemistry with one year duration. Then 2nd prof has Four subjects namely microbiology, pathology, pharmacology and forensic medicine & toxicollegey with 1.5 year duration. Then 3rd prof has 5 large clinical based subjects namely, General medicine, General surgery with ENT, ophthalmology and orthopedics. Pediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology And Community and Family Medicine. If you completed these course, you have a one year of compulsory rotatory intership as traning period.
All the fees for my program were a bit expensive. I took out a loan to pay for the program fees. Fees were charged for every academic year. Fees included classroom, lab and many other services we used.
The course curriculum of my program is delivered over a period of 3 and half years. the course is updated at regular intervals. Exams were also held at the end of every academic year. Exams were tough but achievable.
It is very cheap just 5587 ruppes for whole 5 and half years. It includes everything from hostel charges to exams and practical classes everything Security fees is also included in this money only In whole India this is the cheapest College as per fees is concerned
The course is very vast it includes 19 subjects of non- clinical , paraclinical and clinical branches of medicine. The course is of 5.5 years including 1 year of internship and 4.5 years of graduation . There are 3 main exams which are called as professional exams and various terminal and mid term exams which also caries equal importance in your final mark list. The exam has 50 % practical marks and 50%theory marks which according to me is essential as becoming a doctor without practical knowledge is dangerous for the society in general and to the individual in particular. Exams are bit stressful as syllabus is very very vast and rarely we get Holidays before the exams for preparation . The exam pattern is overall good as it tries to cover whole syllabus and provides student multiple chances to revise and retain. Theory exam also has MCQ questions which are necessary from entrance point of view for post graduation. Overall the pattern is very good and gives a student all kinds of exposure.
It's good and nice if you work hard exams are good only if you are a regular reader. the course is a bit vast and there are time to time advancements in the field of medicine.you have clinical posting from second year
It is just around 5600 rs for the whole course here in aiims.As aiims is a central government body the fees is very less. People joining have no problem in paying the fees. The fee structure is not at all expensive.
As i had passion to become doctor even as a child, eventhough mbbs is one of the toughest course to study with studying hours from 8 am to 5pm i did pretty well.During the course of 5.5 yrs there are different subjects in each yr like anatomy, biochem, physiology, pharm, forensic, ortho, opthalmo,clinical postings. I feel stressed most of the times because of lot to study. Exams are of theory and practical examination with viva and all.
It is not expensive once you get a seat after passing the exam. I do not know about the fee structure as it was my uncle who took care of all that. You can refer to the administration of All India Institute of Medical Sciences or look at the official site for the fee structure.
For people wanting to focus on research I would say this a very good college with professors ready to help you on your future ambitions on research. They are very supportive and don't force any decision. The course structure is very disciplined and focuses on every field.
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