Our classes start at 9.30 a.m and continued till 4p.m. 75% attached is compulsory every year. At the end of every session, there is a final exam and 1..2 internal exams are taken between every session.50% marks are needed to promote to next year. In each subject 50% marks are in theory and 50% in viva/practical. Teaching methods are mainly audio-visual, practical, clinical and lectures.
FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
Our course fees vary from year to year. In our session 2015-16 it was near about 41000 in 1st year,Rs.50000 in 2nd year,Rs.65000 in 3rd year and 1 lakh in the 4th year.
Scholarship programs are available for SC/ST and cast minority students. 5-10 students get the scholarship every year.
No loans needed.
PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
In this course, we have a compulsory internship program for one year before getting the degree. A stipend of an internship student in government colleges is near about Rs.17000 and in government undertaking colleges its near about Rs.4000.
After completing this course candidates can get job opportunities in medical line with the salary package of Rs.3.5-5 lakh.
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
Homeopathy in nowadays quite popular in our country. In West Bengal, people are very familiar with Homoeopathic and it's medicine but most of them don't know about the eligibility criteria and admission procedure. I have seen many students who are eligible to get a free seat in the entrance examination but took his admission in management quota because before his admission he doesn't even know there is an entrance examination in this course.Here are the following details about this course. BHMS is an undergraduate academic degree course of 5.5 years in the sector of Homoeopathy including one-year internship.This course can be done after 10+2 with 50% marks in aggregate and to get admission into this an entrance examination must be cleared. Here in West Bengal, the entrance examination is called JENPARH. Average fees of this course are 4-5 lack in government undertaking colleges and near about 1 lakh in government colleges.There are 4 government and 7 government undertaking colleges in West Bengal.