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I got admission in this college through NEET UG entrance exam conducted overall India. Based on the score obtained, I got this college in 2nd counseling. For PG students, the admission is based on NEET PG entrance exam.
Placements and job opportunities are very good in our college. Yes, our college provides internship for our course and upon that it is a part of our curriculum. Internship/training makes us more perfect in application of theory knowledge in practice.
Jorhat Medical College is a government institute.It was established in 2009.It is affiliated to Srimanta Shankardeva University of Health Sciences and it is approved by the MCI.Students who want to take admission in this college have to appear for NEET UG with minimum of 50% in 10+2 and their subjects should be PCB.
Internship is provided by the college.Students can also do internship in the college also.Placements are also provided.The average placement of this college is quite decent as compared to the amount of fees they are taking.
Jorhat Medical COllege is a government college situated in Jorhat,Assam.It was established in 2009.Candidates who are willing to take admission in this college for MBBS have to appear and qualify NEET UG.
Placements of this college are good.There are placements in both private and government hospitals.Some students get placed in the hospital they were working as an intern while most of the students opt for some higher education.
I took admission in this course as I am fascinated by the medical world. For admission, the applicants should score a minimum of 50% in 12th after which they have to give the NEET entrance exam for admission.
The students have a vast exposure to internships and jobs as the college is operated by the Government. We get internships in the college itself. Once we have completed the course, we may also get a job in the college itself as a lecturer.
The NEET exam involves admission to the college based on performance. I passed the NEET exam and received a college degree in counseling. I got admission to the All India section. The college is a government medical college, so admission is based on exams.
Since the college is a government college, placements are not a big problem. Students are offered internships and clinical exposures on campus. After completing the course, you can get admission into college.
The admission process is quite simple. Admission is simply based on the scores of NEET. We were called for counselling session after we got our ranks and were given colleges as per our scores. So, I got this college and applied for it.
The college provides one year compulsory internship. The internship is basically in the hospitals that ar already attached to the college. But we do learn a lot from this. We do not have as such on campus placements.
Students completed SSLC and appeared for NEET examination are eligible for admission after counselling. The selected candidates list will be published in the website as well through post notifications. First fees and hostel deposit if we choose has to be paid during admission.
Hospitals, research and drug development companies , government health department come for interview. The college organises job fairs every year. To get selected, a student should get high marks in academics. College also offers support in finding suitable opportunities by posting jobs in mail.
The admission procedure is like a student passed plus 2 and cleared NEET entrance are eligible for applying. Admission will be finalized after counselling and interview. Original certificates with admission form should be given to the college.
Placement is limited comparing to other colleges. The college will get opportunities through their references and relationships across hospitals and other organizations across India. Students have to register with the admin office for opportunities and interviews.
I applied for this college by filling up the online application form from the college's website.I had to appear for NEET entrance exam which is conducted nationally .The eligibility criteria for appearing in the NEET exam is 10+2 from any recognized board with PCMB combination.
Placement is smooth in our college and each students are placed every year in both public and private hospitals and clinics.Internship is also provided within the college campus in its own hospital with a stipend of Rs.6000.
Eligibility: 10 + 2 PCB and minimum specific marks from the approved board. A valid score. An entry form is available online. Fill and submit the form with the required documents. Admission is allowed based on the scores obtained in NEET.
The position and careers in the medical field are huge. Jobs in public and private sectors with higher wage packages are available. The college also offers internships in the attached hospital department.
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Placement is limited comparing to other colleges. The college will get opportunities through their references and relationships across hospitals and other organizations across India. Students have to register with the admin office for opportunities and interviews.by Bhadra Narah
Hospitals, research and drug development companies , government health department come for interview. The college organises job fairs every year. To get selected, a student should get high marks in academics. College also offers support in finding suitable opportunities by posting jobs in mail.by Aminul Islam
Placement is smooth in our college and each students are placed every year in both public and private hospitals and clinics.Internship is also provided within the college campus in its own hospital with a stipend of Rs.6000.by Dharani