Gandhi Medical College, Secunderabad - Reviews

Secunderabad, Telangana Estd 1954 NTRUHS, Vijayawada Private (Autonomous) Ranked 18 For Medical By Indiatoday 2020 +2 more

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7.3 out of 10
7.9/10Academic
7.6/10Accommodation
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7.0/10Infrastructure
6.9/10Placement
6.7/10Social Life
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Internships Opportunities :

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.

Remarks :

The days which I spend at this college were one of the best days of my life because I learn and explore so much here. There was the atmosphere in which you learn and grow.

Fee Structure And Facilities :

The fee structure of the course MBBS was very high and doesn't for the packet of the middle-class family. Firstly I gave 15 lakhs rupees donation and annual fees were around 9 lakhs rupees.

Faculty :

All the faculty members and the teaching staff were very extraordinary and extremely talented. They all are the employee of such major hospitals.

Admission :

The admission is based on Entrance Test after completed the intermediate but I got the admission through management quota. First I went to college for my admission, I gave the donation and submitted all the required documents and certificates, which required for the admission and after that, I got the admission.

Placement Experience :

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.

Course Curriculum Overview :

The course curriculum of our college for MBBS is very good and very hard for others. The College has mainly focused on practical learning only without any of the way.

8 /10 faculty
9 /10 placement
5 /10 social life
10 /10 course
9 /10 hostel
7 /10 campus life
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