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My plans after graduating to secure pg seat in one of the top hospitals and after an internship there's an option for writing exam of neet to get qualified for it and there's more percentage of getting placements from Gandhi are high compared to other colleges and much pass percentage is from Gandhi.
Our college itself offers an internship in our hospital for 1year duration and stipend offered is 20k per month And along with it there's a lot of clinical exposure and stipend is ok ok like and there are no projects as well in that period.
No such placement kind of thing is required in mbbs, jobs are always available for a doctor, he/she can apply for a job at any hospital and can be easily selected. Internship is compulsory part of mbbs so it's available here, stipend is 10,000/month
As engineering colleges we don't have any placements. We need to write NEET PG entrance thourough which we get our dream branches in medicine if we fail to get our interested branch we need to give an attempt the next year which is repeated process.
Hamidia hospital of bhopal is our intership hospital to practice. but you can also choose other hospitals by legal procedure for your internship. my Several seniors are posted in hamidia hospital and according to their concerned hamidia hospital was one their priority hospital for their intership.
Being a medical profession, internship is a must for everyone after the course. after which we'll receive our degree. Gandhi hospital which is under state government is just beside the college,and every one is posted in that hospital during the course, in the internship we have a choice to go to other private hospitals (by paying fees instead of receiving money).
After completing MBBS final year a compulsory internship of 1year is done. Stipend in intership is 10, 000 a month for just 3hrs of work a day. In this period most of them prepare for there PG entrance exams. After at in PG course the stipend is 55, 000 pm.
As it is a medical profession jobs are offered by government in government hospitals Yes we have internship of 1 year after completion of 4 years of mbbs course and after that total mbbs course is completed I'm still 2nd year and I really don't know about stipend
Good. Ours being a medical college, everyone will be placed and will be given good salary. During internship we get a scholarship of 20000 per month approximately. One year internship following the course is must.
Job oppunities is very good their are many vacant is each year. And they fill these vacancies through personal interview. Yes the college also provide stipend to their interns. Allover experience is amazing with very well clinical. Exposure. And stipend is revised this year so I am not aware of the exact amount. BTW it is between 7-9k
The placement is very necessary for medical education. This College is very reputed in the matter of placement. The overall placement percentage was around 80% at my time.
The internship was provided in the pre-final and the final year. The college had the opportunity for every student to complete the internship and training period in hospitals with paid training.
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