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I got admission here through NEET as I was lucky enough to be a Army personnel. Once you qualify the National Eligibility Entrance Test conducted by NTA candidate has to come for counselling after which admission is confirmed.
It is one of the Top 25 medical colleges in India.To be a doctor most important thing is one year internship and the college provides one year complete internship. After completion of the course one can join the Indian Army. If one qualifies NEET PG they get a stipend of 97000.
Overall this a very reputed college in Delhi. The administration and management are very helpful and good in communication with the students. The college is more or less worthy of all the hard work, sweat and money. A good college to start your career in medical science.
The admission process is basically merit and entrance examination based. First you need to appear for NEET-UG exam with a 50% marks in 10+2 with science. On the basis of your rank you are going to get selected here. Then there will be a counselling process for the qualifying candidates which is done by GGSIPU.
The placements here are mostly provided by the government and private hospitals with high package. The placement cell is very active here. They offer a compulsory 1year internship in the hospital for the student's knowledge and practical experience. Overall the placements are pretty well.
Best medical college with good clinical exposure and best teaching staff with ample amount of future opportunities as this college is recognized well In medical field. College is recognized under IPU university.
Best medical college as inspite of having a private set up. You are given facilities and clinical exposure like government medical college. A lot of clinacal cases are present in base hospital so u can have the best clinical orientation to become a best doctor.
On an average my college despite of being a new one and having a history of not more than a decade but has maintained all its standards at quite an appreciable level. And as a reward our college in just 10 years of its estabilishment, we have been ranked in the top 25 premiere medical institutes of India
The college is a bit new as compared to other medical colleges who have a colonial history but has established it self so well. You go anywhere especially in the Army you will find the alumni from this college.
I have applied online for taking admission to this college after completing my 12th in science. For taking admission here students have clear entrance examination called NEET. counselling process for admission is done by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.
After the MBBS degree most of the students will go for PG level course instead of working but those who want to work they can get job easily. College provide Internship very well to students in which students very experience.
Students those who want to take admission to this college should have 12th or 10+2 qualification with Biology & english and minimum 60% aggregate marks. Admissions will happen through NEET UG examination.
The course curriculum of Army College of Medical Science is excellent and makes the students good doctors. Placements in our college are good as you can get the best start in the hospital without any problems.
Eligibility: 10 + 2 PCB and at least 60% marks from recognized board. Access forms are available online. Candidate Guru Gobind Singh should go to Indraprastha University website and apply online. After counseling, admission is made based on the scores obtained by NEET.
The position and employment opportunities in this sector are enormous. Jobs in public and private sectors with higher education packages are available. The college offers a one-year mandatory internship.
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