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    khaleel
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    What is the current fee structure for MBBS Course in AMU Under NRI quota?

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    Sir,what is the current fee structure for MBBS students in AMU ,under NRE Quota?





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    what is the fees structure of Annamali for international student for MBBS?




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    in amu for M.B.B.S entrance as NRI

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    Re: What is the current fee structure for MBBS Course in AMU Under NRI quota?

    FRIEND,

    AMU stands for ALIGARH MUSLIM UNIVERSITY


    The List of Colleges Affiliated to Aligarh Muslim University:-
    • J. N. Medical College
    • Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology
    • A. K. Tibbiya College
    • Sir Ziauddin Dental College
    • Abdullah Women's College

    The University has 12 Faculties and they are:
    • Agricultural Sciences
    • Arts
    • Commerce
    • Engineering & Technology
    • Law
    • Life Sciences
    • Medicine
    • Management Studies & Research
    • Science
    • Social Sciences
    • Theology
    • Unani Medicine

    The FEES criteria is not same for the NRI's and Indian residents and the Fees structure is given below for residents and Non-Residents.

    RESIDENT RS. 15000 and RS. 15200

    NON RESIDENTS RS. 14650 and RS 15100

    The SYLLABUS FOR MBBS EXAM IS:

    Chemistry

    1. Some Basic concepts of Chemistry.

    2. Structure of Atom

    3. Classification of elements and periodicity in properties

    4. Chemical bonding and molecular structure

    5. States of matter : Gases and liquids.

    6. Thermodynamics

    7. Equilibrium

    8. Redox reactions.

    9. Solid State

    10. Solutions

    11. Electrochemistry

    12. Chemical Kinetics

    13. Surface Chemistry

    14. Hydrogen

    15. General principles and process of isolation of elements

    16. Studies of s & p-block elements

    17. Studies of d & f - block elements

    18. Coordination compounds

    19. Organic chemistry : some basic principles and Tech niques

    20. Hydrocarbons

    21. Environmental Chemistry

    22. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

    23. Alchohals, phenols and Ethers

    24. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acids.

    25. Organic compounds containing nitrogen

    26. Biomolecules

    27. Polymers

    28. Chemistry in everyday life.

    Physics

    1. Physical World and Measurement

    2. Kinematics

    3. Laws of Motion

    4. Work, Energy and Power

    5. Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

    6. Gravitation

    7. Properties of Bulk Matter

    8. Thermodynamics

    9. Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetics Theory of Gases

    10. Oscillations and Waves

    11. Electrostatics

    12. Current Electricity

    13. Magnetic Effect of Current and Magentism

    14. Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current

    15. Electromagnetic Waves

    16. Optics

    17. Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

    18. Atoms and Nuclei

    19. Electronic Devices

    20. Communication System

    BIOLOGY (Botany and Zoology)


    I Botany

    1. BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION (5 Kingdom System / Classification)

    CLASSIFICATION OF ANGIOSPERMS UPTO SUBCLASS LEVEL

    2. BOTANICAL GARDENS AND HERBARIA

    3. KINGDOM : MONERA (Archaebacteria & Eubacteria)

    4. KINGDOM : FUNGI Phycomycetes, Ascomycetes, Basidiomycetes, Deuteromycetes

    5. KINGDOM : PLANTAE Algae, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Gymnosperms and Angiosperms

    6. VIRUSES, VIROIDS & LICHENS

    STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION IN PLANTS

    7. Morphology of flowering plants

    Root, Stem, Leaf and their modifications, Inflorescence, Flower, Fruit and Seed

    8. Description of following plant families

    a) Fabaceae b) Solanaceae c) Liliaceae

    ANATOMY OF FLOWERING PLANTS

    9. Tissues; Meristematic and Permanent, Simple and Complex Tissue System. Anatomy of root, stem & Leaf (monocot & dicot). Secondary growth in stem & root.

    CELL : STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

    12. Cell Wall, Cell membrane and cell organelles, Plastids, Mitochondria, Endosplasmic, reticulum, Golgi Bodies, Ribosomes, Lysosomes, Vacuoles, Centrioles, Nuclear, Organisation and Microbodies.

    13. CELL DIVISION : Cell Cycle, Mitosis and Meiosis, Plant Physiology
    14. TRANSPORT IN PLANTS
    15. MINERAL NUTRITION
    16. PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN HIGHER PLANTS
    17. RESPIRATION IN PLANTS
    18. PLANT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

    PLANT REPRODUCTION

    19. Reproduction in Organisms
    20. Reproduction in Flowering, pollination and fertilization Plants
    21. Development of seeds and fruits.
    22. MENDEILIAN INHERITANCE
    23. CHROMOSOMAL BASIS OF INHERITANCE
    24. Deviations from Mendelian ratio (gene interaction, incomplete dominance, complimentary genes, multiple alleles.

    MOLECULAR BASIS OF INHERITANCE

    25. DNA Structure,
    26. Replication, transcription, translation.
    27. Regulations of Gene Expressions
    28. Plant breeding
    29. Plant Tissue Culture
    30. Food Production
    31. Microbes in household food processing, industrial production, Sewage treatment and energy generation.

    BIOTECHNOLOGY AND ITS APPLICATIONS

    32. Recombinant DNA technology - Applications in agriculture and industry
    33. Genetically modified organisms - Insulin and Bt. Cotton.

    ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT

    34. Ecosystem : Components Types and energy flow
    35. Ecological adaptations in plants
    36. Environmental issues.

    II - Zoology

    1. Diversity in living organism
    2. Classification of living organisms (Kingdom Animalia and Protista).
    3. Systematics and binomial system of nomenclature.
    4. Zoological Parks and meuseums
    5. Tissues in animals
    6. Morphology, anatomy and functions of different systems of an amnelia earthworm), an insect (cockroach) and an amphibian (frog)
    7. Biomolecules of cell
    8. Enzymes
    9. Digestion and absorption.
    10. Breathing and Respiration
    11. Body fluids and circulation
    12. Excretory products and elimination.
    13. Locomotion and movement
    14. Control and Coordination
    15. Human Reproduction - Reproductive health, birth control, Contraceution and sxually transmitted disease.
    16. Human genetics - Sx determination in human being Linkage and crossing over. Inheritance pattern of haemophilia and blood groups in human beings, Genome and human genome project.
    17. DNA fingerprinting, Evolution (Theories Evidences)
    18. Zoology in human welfare Animal husbandary concepts of immunology, vaccine Pathogens Parasites Cancer and Aids.
    19. Adolescance and drug alocohol abuse.
    20. Applications of biotechnology Recombinant DNA technology and its application in health
    21. Species, population, community
    22. Animal ecological adaptation
    23. Wildlife Conservation

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