We live in a very competitive generation. There is no love lost when it comes to gaining what you desire even if it includes your friends. It's a dog eat dog world. This is particularly applicable when you pursue professional courses. The level of competition is staggering. This ideology can be highlighted in the field of dentistry especially when you are pursuing your Master of Dental Surgery. Normally, you have to clear the postgraduate examinations, however, for those who were unable to clear the exams and still wants to get admitted to their desired college without wasting a year to try again, there's the provision of management quota which you can avail.
This management quota was started in order to popularise the professional courses where the administration of private colleges reserved the right to allocate certain seats to students on the basis of their merit while reserving a certain fraction of seats to those students who are able to pay huge sums of money to get directly admitted into the college. Colloquially, it is known as giving a donation to the college. This quota hence is applicable only for private colleges and doesn't extend to government colleges.
MDS or Master of Dental Surgery is a postgraduate course which is of duration of 3 years. In MDS, there are 9 more major branches available which include oral pathology, pedodontics, oral medicine, maxillofacial surgery and so on. Getting MDS in Karnataka through management quota is particularly tough owing it to such high demands and inadequate seats. Moreover, this quota only appeals to higher strata of the society which can actually afford this quota. This is a direct process to admit into a desired private college which requires no special effort other than very deep pockets to meet the demands of the quota. Before getting yourself admitted, it is important that the college you choose to get yourself admitted is DCI approved, otherwise, your degree may not be recognised by the country and in turn, there will be a huge waste of time and money. Here are some of the colleges which are DCI approved:
While there are several private colleges to choose from, it is an open secret that not all private colleges are great in providing quality education. Therefore, it is pivotal that you educate yourself with all the options that are available to you. Not only does the quality of education provided by the institute matter but also the fees and management quota that has to be provided to the college. It may not be afforded by many students.