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The college work atmosphere was great. Being a government Medical college, the exposure was fantastic and we got to learn many, many things there. The stipend was Rs 15000 in first year (now 25000)Rs 27000 in second year and rs 30000 in third year. (All are per month).
As per scholarship, a few were available but i am not very sure about. Loan facilities are definitely available (from various banks) but are usually not required as fee structure is already very reasonable.
Exams are held only once, at the end of three years.however six monthly assessments are made in addition to surprise tests.
Being a Government Medical college the fees is very reasonable. Around Rs 12000 per year for us (2011-2014 batch) ( now has increased to Rs 30000 per year).
Himachal Pradesh (HP) Medical Post-graduation Entrance Exam. 3rd Rank in direct, General category (unreserved)Always wanted to be a radiologist.
The time spent during the college days is one of the best time in entire life. As the college is away from the city, most of the students (more than 90%) used to stay in hostels.
The college regularly holds alumni meet which is a very good thing, in which we get to know a lot from the seniors who share their experiences. There is a well placed network of alumni and senior residents to which one can turn to for any kind of help.
Very good and friendly. All were very experienced and knowledgeable. Ever ready to help whenever required. Were caring and protective when required.
The placements are excellent. Pass out students have the option of going into private practice or hospitals. Which offer lucrative offers or taking up a govt job which also provides for good money with the added advantage of job security. Package may range from (depending upon speciality) Rs 4.8 lakh to Rs 30 Lakh per annum.
The course curriculum comprised exhaustive training in Radiology consisting of X-ray, Fluroscopy, Ultrasonography, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance and Imaging.
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