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After completing the final year mbbs, one should undergo 1 year of compulsory rotatory internship where one will be posted to different departments in the College to acquire required skills. stipend will also be given during internship as of now it's 20000/- per month.
As we all know that MbbS is one of the toughest course as you need very good clinical skills and observational skill to thrive in real world. MMC provides us with much required conditions and internship to hone that skills. In Internship you will learn the most of skills you will be needing when you go to practice.The stipend here is a government prescribed one i.e 20000/month. The job opportunities after college is very good as this is one of the oldest medical College established in Karnataka
Regarding job opportunities there are many choices as being a doctor. One can open his own nursing home, or join other hospitals. And he can even pursue his education for higher studies (Post Graduation and Super Specialisations). Regarding internship we should do a internship of 1 year in Krishna Rajendra Hospital, which is a great place to have very good experience. Thanks to its patient overloading, which brings patients from surrounding districts. We get a stipend of 20,000 per month.
After this course numerous opportunities will be there, we can setup our own clinic , work in a government or private hospital, can write NEET PG entrance & further pursue speciality. Also after 4th year there will be internship which will fetch us more skill, knowledge & also will get decent pay.
After completing four years of study, the college provides an internship of one year in their hospital itself as part of the course only. As a result, every students passing out of the college have a good experience and clinical practice. They provide good stipend too for the internship.
Internship allowed me the face a lot of patients and learn skills needed.it was a good experience working at KR hospital and cheluvmaba.
Job no care! Once u are a mbbs holder ur job ia fixed, but as everyone is behind specific specialities u need to prepare for pg neet, and intership is the period which gives u max knowledge about the practical issues
Replacement for the students studying here in this college will be in very big reputed government institutions because this is a government college and the student studying here directly recruited by the government for the jobs that are required in the major medical Institutions across the state
Since the course itself as practical there is a lot of scope for practical learning and hence internship plays a major role in the scores and the students have to start working in on their internship since the first day and this is a really important part of their life so practical learning is really important
The college offers placement in reputed government college and this is a great opportunity to the students studying here because they will have good future they get a lot of experience and also have a bright future because they get permanent jobs and they do not need to search for jobs after the completion of their course like they do in private colleges
The college has internship because the course demands that there should be internship because it is essential to learn practically in this course the students will have to work in major medical Institutions to gain a lot of experience as the internship is a part of the learning curriculum in this course
There was no placement for us. So, I don’t know anything about this.
The college did not provide any internship facilities to our department but it provided the internships for other department. So, I have no idea about it.
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