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    What is the fee structure for Two years full time program of M.Sc Clinical Research in India?

    Hello sir/madam
    What is the fee structure for Two years full time program of M.Sc Clinical Research in India?





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    Punk
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    Re: What is the fee structure for Two years full time program of M.Sc Clinical Research in India?

    Hi friend,

    Fee structure for M.Sc Clinical Research depends upon different colleges.

    M.s c clinical course can be divided into two courses....

    MSc Clinical Research you can enter by ICRI Foundation Year)
    • It is two year course
    MSc Clinical Research you can enter Direct by entry
    • It is one year course.

    Fee structure for M.Sc Clinical Research is around Rs.2,00,000 in private college's .
    For more information see attachment with this post.......

    Good Luck..!!
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    Re: What is the fee structure for Two years full time program of M.Sc Clinical Research in India?

    you can visit Clinical Research in India site for fees structure.................

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    Re: What is the fee structure for Two years full time program of M.Sc Clinical Research in India?

    Hi friend

    fee structure for Two years full time program of M.Sc Clinical Research in India is different in different colleges

    Fee structure for M.Sc Clinical Research is around Rs3,50,000 in private college's .

    good luck!!

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    Thumbs up Re: What is the fee structure for Two years full time program of M.Sc Clinical Research in India?

    Hii..
    For M.sc per year it costs 30,000.
    As it is a two year coures it sums upto 60,000rs.
    Hostel fee 15,000/-extra.
    Building fund 5000-6000/-
    Good luck

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