Since its a medical college and I am still a part of it, there is no companies visiting. After MBBS , students apply for PG exams and government service. Some prepare for IAS as well. Generally the selection immediately after passing out is 1 or 2 so most of people go away to take coaching for PG exams . Also some may join as demonstrator in the same college . The package provided during PG is variable depending in the college you are selected and course you get.
The course I have chosen is MBBS and is mostly based on practical learning. During the first proff the practical learning comprise the dissection done in dissection hall, Physiology practicals (like clinical examination of abdomen, thorax etc., as part of humans experiment and measurement of hemoglobin, blood group etc., in hematology lab) and abnormal constituents of urine etc., as part of biochemistry practicals. From 2nd proff onwards, posting in hospitals occur to provide practical knowledge and practice under supervision of experienced teachers(who are doctors as well) . Altogether four years of practice in hospital with patients is provided.
Physics lab and biology lab every two days in a week. And practical taken under strict survellience if not done correctly then you are to do them againmuch focus was on Practical Learning? Any Research Initiatives taken by the Institute? Mention the Elective options as wellPhysics lab and biology lab every two days in a week. And practical taken under strict survellience if not done correctly then you are to do them againmuch focus was on Practical Learning? Any Research Initiatives taken by the Institute? Mention the Elective options as well
In entrance you have have to pass the examination After that they will ask for previous school marksheet and if they find you gud boy then they allow admission otherwise not.
Balancing all the pros and cons, the overall experience was different and enriching for me. I appreciate it more now especially the skills I learnt there have made me a more adjustable person. Ragging is something that should stop, but then again insolence towards seniors should not be tolerated either.
I sat the CBSE AIPMT. I think it's called NEET UG now. I don't really remember how much I scored. All I know it was just enough to get over the line. Well I didn't get much of a choice which college to opt for. In hindsight doing my undergrad here was probably the best choice I made.