"I entered through NEET to my college I choose a seat in this college No there was no interview taken To heal the sick and poor and bring a big name to my parents and to be a role model to my brother... I always wanted to be a doctor and I'm on my way to achieve it My passion."
"I got a seat through NEET in this college I chose this college as it was nearer to my home town. No there was no interview process of any sort.i always wanted to be a doctor ,it was a dream from my childhood ,even in this tough and competitive world i wanted show my passion towards medicine and i "
It's the best college to show case your talent in both hospital and circular activities.. People say medical colleges are known for raging. But no guys our college is raging free... Our seniors are the best...
It's the best college to show case your abilities in both academics and extra curricular activities.
there is no ragging of any sort and all of those are rumours.
seniors are very helpful and generous
its in the middle of the city
It's the best college to show case your talent in both hospital and circular activities.. People say medical colleges are known for raging. But no guys our college is ranging free... Our seniors are the best...
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