Candidates seeking admission to 5 years Full-time MBBS program should meet the following criteria as specified by the institute:
Candidate should have completed 10+2 from a recognized board of education
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There is complete transparency in the fee breakdown. If you are a merit admission student you need to pay the fees approved and finalised by the University. In case of management category admissions the college can quote any amount less than 5 times the merit admission fees.
All Exams are conducted in a fair manner according to guidelines set by MUHS, which is career and subjective driven, and will help me become a better doctor. Impetus is provided to clinical skills and hospital rotations provide a good insight into handling patients.
The fees structure is quite expensive but because scholarship are provided it is quite feasible.The payment is accepted by Demand Draft only. Caution money is taken apart from admission fees at the time of admission only. The fee is to be paid at the time of admission only.
The course is of 4.5 years and University exam is held once in a year.The University exam consist of theory paper and practical.After completion of course we have to do compulsory internship of 1 year.The curriculum is not research based.No research activities are conducted.Only some practical workshops like CPR is taken.
The annual fee for open category for ug is 8lacs which is expensive ,at least as compared to the fees of government medical colleges. However being a private medical college the fees are just like other private medical colleges. Ebc scholarship are available Fee for obc is 4lacs Fee for SC/ST is about 50,000 /-
Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) declared its results on the very same day after conducting the practicals on October 2, 2020. This year, the MUHS MBBS final year examinations were conducted in exceptional conditions due to Covid-19 Pandemic. The exams wer
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All in all a very good institute which provides facilities for both the academic and extracurricular growth of a student.by Abhijay Menon
The college management is very good.In my college there is students welfare association is formed which looks after the welfare of the students. Management conduct exams time to time and the staff is also very supportive.by SHUBHCHANDRA DNYANESHWAR NAKHATE
The college as well the hospital is very good. The fees are expensive, but it is better in teaching and facilities than other medical ( govt. as well as private) colleges in my opinion. The campus area is also quite good.by Tanay Bhadbhade