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Placement is sure, after doing internship student are placed in PHCs of different district of state. Salary is very good 65000-690000. In phc student use to check the patients as well as can prepare for their post-graduation.
The job is sure as India already has the shortage of doctors. it is a govt job. My college also provides internship. I am not an intern yet so i dont have the experience but one has to do a lot of work, thats sure. The internship is of one year and the stipend is 18,000rs
There is an assured government job. In India there is already shortage of doctors so there is no problem with job. My college also provides internship for 1 year. I am not an intern yet so i dont have experience but that should be great and the stipened is 18,000 rs.
If you apply for goverment job its almost 100% sure that you will get the job.initially you are given 40- 60k depending on area of posting ( higher salary in rural areas).after 3 years or 2 years of job all get around 60k. Internship is mandatory to earn the degree. Stipened is now 15k but it will be increased to 17k from 2020. You also get free accomodation during the internship
Yes our college provides one year of internship under various departments. You get 15000 per month as stipend and residence is free of cost. It's a great opportunity to gain clinical knowledge and experience. The graduates can go for private or government jobs. The government places all pass outs on phc jobs every year on contract as well as commission basis
Yeah it do provide internship Stipend is 15000 per month Placements are good as govt gives us job It is overall an good college . Staff is good It is just sometimes that the snow looks nice for two days but for those who are living here it is very difficult to go to college ten minutes of path changes to two hours But still the college experience is nice
we have a very good rankings of our college, after completing our MBBS we can get jobs easily as our standard is too good and that's too with good pay and yes our own hospital provide internship for us so it's helpful for us
The internship is mandatory after the final year exams. Duration is 1 year. You get a stipend of 15k/ month with free hostel
There is no placement cell or any other placement system in our college for the placement of B. Sc students. But you have a degree and can try yourself for jobs by cracking the written test conducted by PGIMER Chandigarh and other government bodies ( most of our seniors are working in PGIMER Chandigarh). Otherwise, you can work with private companies like Dr lal path labs and SRL diagnostics etc........
No stipend is provided to the B.Sc students but thank god we don't have to go any extra internship because we have duties rotation in every lab in the three years
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