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Internship is good with lots of work. Stipend is 8000Rs. There is no companies as such which come. We can apply for different government jobs as per vacancy.
Scholarship is only for OBC/SC/ST candidates. Loan is also available through various banks like state bank of india , central bank of india , allahabad bank etc.
Exam consist of theory and practical. Main is university professional examination and Apart from this sessional exam are also there.
Fees is feasible 35000 rs per year. Plus around 5000rs for library and others charges. No hidden charges apart from this. Hostel fees is 10000 rs per year and Mess fees is 18000 rs per month.
MP PMT. I scored 162/200. I opt this because college is good and it is in my hometown. Admission is through centralised counselling.
Every year there is annual function and it consist of cultural activities as well as sports. In cultural activities there is singing dancing fashion show etc. There is cricket football badminton etc.
Hostel is good and separate for boys and girls. There are single rooms in hostel with no sharing. There are many rooms in hostel so no need of pg and Mess food is average Nor good nor bad.
Campus life is amazing. There is lots of extracurricular activities like extempore debate etc. Annual sports function is also there and Labs are also very nice.
First batch passed out this year only so we have no seniors. So no alumni. But we will we having good alumni network in upcoming years and Nothing else to say.
Placement is good after doing mbbs or we can say its 100 percent. We can join as resident doctor or as a medical officer. No company come in medical college and Salary is 45000-65000 rs per month.
No electives to choose. There are regular lectures and practicals. Course is recognised by medical council of india.
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