Under Graduate (BDS)


  1. Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary examination of the Board of Higher Secondary Education or equivalent thereto with at least 50% marks aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology put together for qualifying examination are only eligible for admission. Relaxation of 10% marks (5 marks) will be granted to SC/ST & OBC candidates subject to the production of community and income certificates obtained concerned authority. SC/ST candidates need only a pass in the examination.
  2. Candidates who have passed the B.Sc degree (three year course) examination of the universities recognized by the UGC as equivalent thereto with Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany or Biochemistry main and any one or two of the above subjects as subsidiaries are also eligible for admission, provided they have secured not less than 50% marks for the main and subsidiary subjects taken together subjects to the relaxation in the marks provided in clause (a) for scheduled castes/scheduled tribes and socially and educationally backward classes and on condition that they have passed the pre-degree examination of the UGC recognize Universities with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or any examination approved by those Universities as equivalent to the pre-degree.
  3. Rounding of percentage of marks to the nearest whole number is not permitted.

   Selection Process

There shall be a uniform NEET for admission to the under-graduate dental courses in each academic year conducted in the manner, as prescribed by the National Board of Examination or any other authority appointed by the Central Government in this behalf. The overall superintendence, direction and control of the NEET shall vest with the Council.

At the time of admission the candidate should bring a certificate regarding the physical standards / fitness obtained from a Medical Officer in Govt. service not below the rank of an Assistant Medical Officer.

   Fee Structure

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   Period of Training

BDS course extends for a period of four and a half academic years followed by twelve months compulsory rotating internship. The course is subdivided as follows:

First B.D.S. 12 Months
Second B.D.S. 12 Months
Third B.D.S. 12 Months
Four B.D.S. 12 Months
Internship 12 Months

First, Second, Third and fourth B.D.S. courses are considered separately and classes and ranks are awarded separately. Fourth B.D.S. Part 1 and Part 2 are considered as separate courses. Those who fail to secure 50% of marks in a particular subject will be declared as failed in that subject and they will have to appear for examinations in the subjects concerned subsequently. Failed candidates will have to undergo additional course for remedial teaching. It is not compulsory to attend additional course for those who enjoy the carryover benefit. “Carry over” means that for example if a student passes two of the three subjects he will be promoted to next year, but will have to clear the failed subject before appearing for subsequent year exam. This will be applicable to students as per the pertinent rules.


Eligibility criteria for appearing in University Examination will be declared at the beginning of the course. The requirements to be completed are as follows.

  1. 70% of attendance in examination subjects and in non-examination subjects taught in the year. Attendance in internship as per DCI norms.
  2. Completion of the work specified for the year. This includes practical and clinical assignments.