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There is no placement after MBBS. During internship in lok nayak hospital students are given 23000 per month currently and after clearing PG entrance and taking admission salary of 90000 is given per month
Internship happens in Lok nayak jay prkaash hospital which is associated with our college. Placements in future are also pretty much good given the brand name. You get around 23 thousand in your internship and around 80 thousand once you join post graduation in any Delhi college.
We have to appear for neet pg after completing the internship. Our college provides us with 25k per month during the internship. The schedule of internship is pretty hefty and after that we appear for neet pg
Almost everyone gets placed or goes for post graduate courses. Most of the people go for post graduate courses. The internship at the end of the process has a stipend of around 25,000 per month. The packages at the end of the course range upwards from 1,00,000 per month.
Yes our college provides us with 1year compulsory internship. No one can skip that. The overall experience is very good as the work load in our lok Nayak hospital is too much so we learn many things we can't experience in periphery medical colleges
Placements aren't a given thing in a medical College, you have to go search on your own at the end of the course. Yes internship is provided at my College just like any other medical College. Our internship is at lok Nayak hospital which is a very good hospital. I have not yet had my internship as I'm a final year student, and the stipend is 18-20 thousand per month.
Maulana Azad Medical College is among top 10 medical colleges of India. All the students passed from here are well placed in India and abroad. There is no system of companies coming to campus for this medical college. After passing from Maulana Azad Medical College, candidates get jobs easily.
Yes our college provides 1 year internship after 4 years of mbbs you will be provided internship The internship programme of this college is very good you will go through a lot of practice here so that you can learn better and practice more
The internship is for 1 year in which you'll have to treat patients along with a doctor supervising you. You'll have to take samples from patient and this will make you feel like a real doctor. It's very tough to be an intern at MAMC.
After 4 and 1/2 year of acedamics we are posted into 1 year rotatory internship in different part of country. Job and placement in this field is sure but all of student go for post graduation after MBBS
We have to give the NEET PG exam before getting placed in a hospital. We do have a compulsory 1 year internship in LNJP hospital after 4.5 years. We get around 15,000 per month in our internship and after that we give NEET PG exam.
Yes, 1 year compulsory internship in LNJP hospital. It is mainly for providing some experience to the students. We get 15,000 per month. But we have 12 hour duties from Monday to Sunday and sometimes 24 hours as well. We may get a night shift or a day shift, so we have to be prepared for everything.
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