Generally college life is hectic, full-time study and also there are some events like sports week.
There are 2 hostels, one for boys and another one for girls. PG options are also there if anyone wants to stay outside.
Classes start at 9:30 am and end at 1 pm but after a lunch break of 1 hour we have our practical classes.
My fee structure is above 2 lakh per year. Scholarship is available for category students only, no scholarship for others.
Key companies are Dabur, Ayush and many more. Alumni is also very supportive and highly educated.
I got admission here through NEET 2018. The cutoffs were usually above 350 that year.
Sports and cultural are main festivals (or only festivals) No as such student societies but asosiation like (Nima) are College life is good part and needs to be experiencing
2 hostels are their ( hostel fees is 3k per month) Hostels are fine ( non ac , gernator supported ) Pg and flats , rooms are available at some distance and mostly cost 2-6k per month ( ac and non ac depends and person sharing it) Food in the collge is overall fine and eatable per meal charge is 40rs Wifi is provided (jiofi)
8:30 - 9:30 mess timings 9:30 college starts (classes theory) 1-2 lunch 2-3:30 ( practical classes) Exams internal may Exams final July ending As in college you are just guided and taught practical expect and other things you need to correlate on your own Overall experience is good you learn a lot of things
At my time the course fees was INR 1.9 lakh/ year without hostel & mess charges and it's increasing with the scope every year so current its 2.3-2.5 lakh/year excluding hostel No any specific scholarship is available or I m not aware about it Ya loan may be needed according to your financial conditions Doctor loan and student loan are the options available
Intership is 1 year including at the final year stipend is mostly not provided here and some alternative interships are also organised where you may br paid like currently at national bontaical (ayush.gov.in) Average salary depends on how you see if a ayurvedic doctor goes to a alopatic hospital then he might not be paid what he deserves and vice versa for alopathy My take to salary Without experience alopathy 15-25k / month Without experience ayurveda 20-30k/month With experience alopathy 15-30k / month With experience ayurveda 25-40k/ month
Eligibility criteria at my time was cet organised by pgims (ushr) by currently it's based upon neet (organised by nta held in may) Admission process is very similar to mbbs aiq (15%) form to filled on aaccc.gov.in and it's a centerilized process ( online counclling no phisiyal presence needed) After that for state counclling (85%) their will be 3 rounds and finally leading to clg round if seats left vacant and registration to be held at skau.in According to my cut off depends on the round and is incredibly increasing year by year prediction for this year are 350+ gen ( in neet)