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From the third semester, students become eligible for campus placements. Companies like ICICI bank, Gyan Dairy, And few fertilizer company visit for placement. The highest package is 9-10 lack and the average package is 5-6 lack. Any type of percentage is not fixed for placement. And if I talk about my plan after my MBA, I want to get a job in a reputed company where I build my career and helps the organisation too.
I choose this college because its education and learning style is good and ROI is also too good. MBA Agribusiness Application form came in February or March month and its Entrance exam held in May. After the entrance exam candidates also go through GD/PI for final selection.
In the last year, you are eligible for campus selection. 10-20 company visited every year. the package is 1-5 lac, depending on the type of company and your ability. 70-80,% marks are must for campus selection. Postgraduate.
It is India's best university for students. BHU have best teaching staff, there is a central library where lacs of books have stored. You can read the book day and night. You can easily get a job if you graduate from BHU. You can get admission through entrance exam. But you have to achieve good rank for the admission.
Since childhood, I wanted to be doctor, and do something for the welfare of our society. As we all know, the doctor -patient ratio in India is skewed,and resource allocation in health care sector is not upto the mark, so opting for MBBS and trying to alleviate this problem in future was one of my primary goal. IMS was my next best option other than the central institutes like AIIMS, because of ambience of the university campus, the rich heritage of the college and its NIRF ranking(always within top 5).Also it is the first 'AIIMS like' central institute of India.
Basically everyone has to qualify NEET PG to get a seat for residency. Seat is purely based on merit,though there is 50% seat reservation for internal students but that also depends on rank. There are total of 200 PG seats.
It was a great experience to study in this college of national and international repute.Faculty was good.Student teacher ratio was excellent and teaching was world class
My college is one of the best dental college of nation serving their best doctors to the nation.every thing is good here
Positive. Campus is big, green, Quiet,Clean,Lots of facility in hostel like Inside Gym, Canteen,Garden,Sports Field and outside hostel Like Library, Cyber library, CCD Cafeteria,a Temple, a Lake. Negative. Little Political Influenced in the Arts Faculty side
Professor is very strict. 75-80 percentage of attendence is complusory to seat in exam. Infrastructure is so so type as compare to all other college. It need to be renewed.Hostel and college is very far about 2 km from each other.
The college has great teaching faculty with years of experience in the subject. It is one of the best colleges for MBBS. Students passed out from the college are placed in good hospitals with better salary.
My college is among one of the best medical college in the country and ranks in top ten. It provide ample exposure to all its medical student. The best is internal pg through which u get easily pg in clinical branch easily without much competition.
My college has very good future in terms of placement after graduation n doctors get a healthy pay too. The only negative thing I feel is the location of the college in varanasi which doesn't have a very attractive city life n is very polluted n populated
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