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Everything is alright because it is typically a Indian govt Medical College. Infrastructure needed to be improved in later years because it is very old building but hostel infrastructure and food is too pathetic that need to be improved.
The infrastructure is beautiful, very close to CP, India gate. Centrally located. The accommodation is cheap. The fees are reasonable. The people are way too competitive, the thing I don't like personally. Then there are tests and tests, the schedule is very tight. Don't have much social life. You have to read a lot, which is the most boring part of this course.
Great college for aspiring doctors to start their studies. Ranks no.2 in India after aiims in overall academics and achievements
NAIts a medical college.We dont have job placements, but are provided with experience via clinical clerksips, voluntary scientific projects, House Jobs .After completing our postgraduation, we have to apply for a job.
Its a medical college. We have internship in our own collge. It is a real hectic process.As I am still a student i have no experience of internship, but my seniors tell me they have to work day and night. Also they have to simultaneously study for the PG exams.
College Life is little hectic but fun also As we study and learn with that we enjoy also in time in between of exams
House job offered in almost all government hospitals, did medical oncology from AIIMS. A student from MAMC can be placed .
Great,could handle patients, assisted in medical care as well as surgeries. Learnt community care. Deal with emergency situations. Stipend was 600 rupees.
I have given delhi PMT in 2010 and i secured 83rd rank,although i have given a lot of entrance exams and even got a decent rank in all te exams that i have given,i have chosen this college because its the best college that i can get in counselling. This college is rank 2 all over india.
It was good,we have to do internship in various department of the hospital. It was good experience to know about the subjects more practically ,got the chance to leran few things that will help me a lot in future when i will be doing my own practice. Although stipend is very less as compared to the work.
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