Top Dental Science Colleges in India
Careers360 brings you here a comprehensive list of Top Dental Science Colleges in India.
BDS is the science and art of addressing problems related to teeth and jaws of human beings. Animal oral health is also a part of the large range of options in this field.
At least 292 colleges offer BDS across India. The course spans five years, including one year of internship. The number of colleges offering Master’s or MDS is 208.
Top Dental Colleges
B R S Dental College & Hospital
P M Nedagowda Memorial Dental College & Hospital
Amrita Institute of Medical Science and Research Centre
Dr. R. Ahmed Dental College & Hospital
Guardian College of Dental Sciences & Research Centre
H.P. Govt. Dental College & Hospital
Indira Gandhi Government Dental College
North Bengal Dental College
Regional Dental College
Tamil Nadu Government Dental College & Hospital
Craeers360 also brings to you brief on admission process and course structure of Dental Sciences in India.
You should have completed 10+2 (PCB) with a minimum aggregate of 50 percent marks. Other criteria for eligibility may vary from college to college as do fee structures.
Almost all the states conduct combined medical/dental entrance and entrance exams. In some states like Kerala, private institutions have a common entrance exam. A large number of universities have their own entrance examinations for admitting students to private and public institutions.
As a student of Bachelor of Dental Science, you will receive training and education related to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all diseases, malformations and injuries related to the mouth and its components. The course trains you to be patient in handling medical conditions and also imparts effective communication skills.
After four years of study, you have to complete one year of internship. During this period, you can use your knowledge and skills acquired to treat patients. You will also get to work with senior dentists from whom you can pick up useful tips and practical skills. As oral diseases are on the rise, there is a lot of scope for trained personnel in this field.