Better To Search Full Information Before Taking Admission

The counseling process for admission in Medicine and Dentistry will start from 10th of June, and the academic session will begin from 18th June, 2010. According to the Head of Counseling Process Mr M.S. Thimmappa, “Students should research well about the college, courses, placement records, passing percentage and infrastructure before taking admission into any college. This will help them make their decisions rather than just getting carried away by the popularity of a college.”

Bangalore Dentistry University Not The First Choice Of Medical Students

Dentistry colleges in Bangalore city are facing a big problem. Medical students are not showing any interest in dentistry studies. The first round of counseling is over for medical and dental courses but many seats are still vacant in dental courses. As per one of the KEA officials, “Dentistry is no longer a popular choice. Compared to general medicine, the placement in jobs is not promising either. A good number of candidates who study the course go on to set up their own clinics, but that is expensive. There were 739 seats in the dental course on offer, but nearly 400 have not seen any takers.”