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The college doesn?t provide a direct placement from here but the college only provide internship courses for final year students like house surgeon. After completion of degree government will issue License to practice and they can offer PG courses MD/MS. Internship provides us lot experience about patient and doctor relationship, service mind and we have a chance to learn practically what we studied in theoretical papers for the last 4.5 years.
There are nos such general placements in medical colleges. The students after graduation have to apply for a licence to practice after which they can set up their own clinics, or start work with public or private medical institutes. Internship of one year is compulsory.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
No placements take place in any Medical college in India so no companies or hospitals visit our college for placements. A compulsory internship is required for a period of one year to complete the course. It is supposed to be a paid internship but most of the private colleges in Karnataka do not pay their inters and hence our college too does not pay our interns. The interns are paid 30000 per month in all the government colleges in Karnataka.
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