We are the educational consultants who provide admissions into the best bachelor of dental surgery colleges in the country. It is a medical field of surgery related to the mouth, handling injuries related to teeth, jaw and gums.
BDS or Bachelor of Dental Surgery is a 5-year course which includes 4 years of studies and 1 year of compulsory internship.
Score 50% aggregate in 12th and 50% total in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
Quality NEET Entrance exam.
NEET qualification is mandatory for joining any dental college in India.
After you had qualified your NEET entrance exam, you must wait until the counselling dates are published. Before the counselling starts think where you want to take BDS admission.
There is two counselling registration, one is All India Quota Counselling conducted by MCC and other is the state counselling conducted by respective states.
For example, if you want to take BDS admission in any dental college in Karnataka, then you must register for counselling in Karnataka Examination Authority or KEA website and go through the counselling procedures.
As per government rules, you don’t have to pay any donation for admission.
Registration for state counselling through the respective state government website.
Document Verification: The candidate must physically be present for document verification with all the original documents. This might change depending on different states. Sometimes, the government may ask you to deposit a demand draft for security during document verification, which will be refunded.
Online Counselling: After the online counselling dates are published, you have to login in the respective websites and lock your choice of college and submit. There will be two rounds of online counselling and one round of offline mop-up round.
Mop-up Round: If seats are not allotted in the first two rounds then, there is one more round called mop-up round in which all the balance seats will be filled.
Allotment letter: After you have secured BDS admission, you will be given the allotment letter through the website or offline.
Excellent patient exposure: This is a professional and practical course. If a dental college doesn’t have patients then how would the students be able to learn? Make sure the dental college has enough patient exposure. The student to patient ratio must be good and you can get the details from former students or other students studying in the same college.
Faculties: The college must have excellent faculties in clinical departments like endodontics, prosthodontics, oral surgery, and periodontics. The professor must have the confidence to make the student work.
Extra fee charges: Some dental colleges in India charge a hefty amount for materials, books, examination fees etc. If you choose colleges in the centre of the city like Bangalore and all, the extra charges would be a little high compared to other colleges.