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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
Not many scholarships are being provided by the college per say. But yes there are a couple of scholarship programmes being run by the state and the national government which students can avail. Cash prizes and awards are given for performance in academics and other research works done by students.
Midway. Not too expensive but not that feasible either. We have to pay an annual fee in the month of July which includes the tuition fee along with other security deposits and all. Hostel and mess fee has to be paid every month.
We have an Annual College Event known as AURA which is celebrated every year during the month of April. Also we have many other small events including Cultural, literary, sports events that keep the students entertained throughout the year.
There are various cultural as we as literary and sports groups which remain active throughout the year and keep the students aware about various upcoming events or any such activities going on in the college, in which the students also participate pretty enthusiastically. Labs and other resources are all up to date with latest equipments and procedures. Being a medical college it has to be so.
Alumni network is also pretty well estabilished and good. Senior students are willing to help the juniors in any aspect. Studies, any problem related with college administration or even personal problems.
Ace faculty in all subjects. We have proffesional and a highly qualified faculty with years of experience in the medical field. They are all experts in their particular fields. Teaching methadology adopted by them is also quite student friendly.
We have an internship in the same hospital as we are practicing in now. Stipend is not paid till now. But has been proposed in the near future. Stipend is something which I personally believe should be paid by every institute. The amount I think doesn't matter that much but getting paid is an altogether different experience for young professionals.
Course curriculum is pretty good. Balance between Theory and practical knowledge is well maintained. We have an yearly or Year end exam along with mid terms and End term exams in every term. Also there are other internal tests conducted on regular basis for the unternal assesment.
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