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Overall it is a decent college to study in. No matter how much you hate this college or will give you memories that you will cherish for your lifetime. Enjoy study and make best ymuse if resources.
This is the 2nd best college in india imparting medical education. There is no other institution in india that can impart such level of medical education in sucha low amount. This college has reputation like no other.
The college lives up to the expectations. It takes absolutely the top layer of students from the pre medical exam and nurtures them into some of the best doctors in the country and there is absolutely no parallel that is present to it in that respect except AIIMS.
There is no negativity in the campus. Whenever I think about our college I feel nostalgic. It will always be remembrable for me. Every thing I did in my past 4years was worth it. The best part of my life.
This is an esteemed medical College and does live up to the mark of it's reputation and is pretty good College. The studies and the crowd is pretty good. The infrastructure is good. Overall I'm pretty satisfied with the College
The faculty is the one of the best in the country. Most of the faculty have done MS from premiere institutes and also have foreign recognition. They have a lot of publications to their names and enjoy good repute in the Ophthalmology community.
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.
The college is good enough in my opinion. But the security of the students is less and also there are not much guards on the entrance points of the campus so it should be taken into account and to be dealt with.
College Life is little hectic but fun also As we study and learn with that we enjoy also in time in between of exams
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