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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.
Institute wanted to get admission for MBBS. The college selects students for MBBS on the basis of their KCET/COMEDK Examination Scorecard. The students who want to apply for MD/MS should have Cleared MBBS with 1 year rotatory internship programme. Students for PG are selected on the basis of their PGCET/COMEDK Examination Scorecard.
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.
To be eligible for admission here you have to have atleast 50% marks in 10+2 in physics, chemistry and bio. After that, the admission is done on the basis of your marks in NEET examination. The form is to be filled in an offline manner
The program doesn't have any Placements as such. After the completion of our whole program, we get the license through which we can practice on our own. We do have a necessary Internship for an year to get the degree though.
The minimum eligibility criterion to apply is to have 50% marks in 10th and 12th by taking Physics, Chemistry and or Biotechnology as the core subjects. The admission in MBBS is based on the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET UG). The final selection in the course is based on NEET score and called for counseling.
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 entrance criteria for the college is through the marks scored in the NEET exam and filling the college application form after that the college releases its own merit list and selected students go for the councelling process.
There is no specific placement cell in the college, not that anyone needs it as there are a lot of opportunities after completing the course that many of the students get the jobs on their own and that pays them good.
I got the admission in the first merit list prepared by the college as I got good marks in the NEET and I selected this college as it is near to my home. I went for the documentation process on the date given by the college.
There is the internship provided by the college at the end of 9th semester which is paid and is about 20,000 per month which is not bad. The hospital has a lot of patient walk in especially in OPDs which is great.
I got admission based upon my marks in Karnataka CET exam which was a criteria before but now admission based on marks in NEET UG exam. If you have qualified the same and have good marks, you can secure a government seat, and if not you will receive a private seat.
Most of the students clear NEET PG easily to get admission in good government colleges. College doesn't provide any salary to the interns. Outpatient department hospital is high, but the value of work is least. After graduating from this college, one can call oneself a true doctor in the sense of knowledge, study and work.
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.
To take admission in Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences MD program, I registered through online mode and appeared for the respective entrance exam, NEET (PG). I had already completed my M.B.B.S. degree with one-year internship which made me eligible to apply.
The college gives the best placements for the students and they got placed by the college in different states with a good salary. Most of the students also got the opportunity of internship with big hospitals around the city.
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