All in all a very good institute which provides facilities for both the academic and extracurricular growth of a student.
MBBS has been my dream. This is one of the most reputed private medical colleges in Maharashtra for its superior teaching staff and excellent infrastructure. Admissions are carried out by the results is the nation wide NEET and admissions are granted in the basis it's the scores and ranks achieved.
The college management is very good.In my college there is students welfare association is formed which looks after the welfare of the students. Management conduct exams time to time and the staff is also very supportive.
I have given NEET exam which is a national level examination and after result we have to fill a counselling form online.Then you get a option to select document verification center.Select as per your convenience.Then your documents are verified.If documents are proper then only you can get admission.Then a provincial state merit list is released and after that category wise and you get your college according to category rank and depending upon number of seats in the college then you have to reach college within the time limit and date and pay the fees by making Demand Draft and submit 4 copies of documents and original documents and you get admitted.
The college as well the hospital is very good. The fees are expensive, but it is better in teaching and facilities than other medical ( govt. as well as private) colleges in my opinion. The campus area is also quite good.
The admission process was through Neet. I got a state merit rank of around 2100. Then i filled up the preferences for desired colleges. According to my rank I got this college in the 1st round. After all the rounds were over you are supposed to go to the respected college for further admission procedure.
This college experience taught me a lot about life and how to be independent and take care of myself and maintain discipline and decorum in life. The management still needs to stabilize a lot and keep a distance from its political ownership in a few aspects.
CBSE PMT, I had to choose medicine as I come from a family of doctors. When I first reached the college and gave interview etc. it did not hit me that I would be leaving home until I got the admission and completed all the formalities which were not that tedious . Then I had go back home to Delhi to get my stuff and resume classes from the next week.
All India common medical entrance examination. The course chose me. There was only one seat left and I had no other option.
Fees was expensive but we fought and made it cheap. We were charged for the paying seat which is like 1.5 lacs per year but we fought a case in the high Court and won and the college had to reduce it to like 25000 per year .