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There is no placement after MBBS but they can provide higher studies based on our marks and PG entrance Exam NEET to get a MD/MS course. They can provide us internship for last year student which useful to practice our theoretical and also it gives us experience to work in a clinic or assistant to a professional doctor or in a hospital. But the MBBS alone is not to consider a perfect doctor.
I couldn't find any negative remarks about this college as the faculty and facilities are of top notch. This is one of the top best colleges with lot of facilities. There will be students from different stated of India including north and south India. There will be difficulties in language learning but the connection between us is really adorable and fun filled days and we lean lot of things about other states. I feel it is a best college to learn lot of things apart from studies.
The college management is really unhelpful in almost all cases. They do not pay the interns, even though government colleges pay the interns a lot of money, the money saved goes to their pockets. They charge parking fees for their own students. No sports facilities. But the teachers are really helpful and the you are exposed to a lot of patients in the hospitals.
It is good in its extracurricular activities just like it is good in its education. The university has a very good infrastructure and the facilities are worth the money we pay. They also provide internships and placements as well in reputed hospitals.
College management is good. If you have any problem college authorities will help us and there will be student welfare officer where you can enquire any problem.
I can give only positive remark on my college. It’s fun it’s good in academic point of view. No ragging which is now common in most of the ug colleges which is responsible for suicides. Infrastructure is also nice.
The college is very good and we can get so much of experience in all the fields and it had good friendly environment and good facilities and good faculties and I got some good friends.
Our college is one of the best colleges in bangalore and will always be the best due to the really good faculty in out college.
College management is good. A student welfare officer is appointed for any grievances of the students. The college is very efficient with inquiries and doubts at the help desk. The faculty and the seniors are great.
The students do job at the college hospital or go for government and private jobs in hospitals. Many of my mates opened their clinics after graduation. The college placement is good and provides satisfactory placements.
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