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As I wanted to pursue a career in medical, MBBS suited me perfectly. It was both flexible and reasonable for me. To get admission you need to clear the entrance exam and wait for the response. Once shortlisted you can submit your fees online or offline.
NEET-PG and various other exams are held after MBBS. Every year, approximately 50% of the students get selected in some or the other exam. Even many students opt for the UPSC and MBA. If you don't want to continue studies, you can even work in private or corporate hospitals.
The college is really very good being a government college. Environment is friendly with quality education.
As i always wanted to become a doctor. i opted for bio stream in 11th standard. I gave my 1st attempt in NEET 2018 which was a failure so I joined coaching classes to keep up with other students as their is much competition in this field. I again reappeared for the exam in 2019 and finally scored good (580/720). I opted for state counseling procedures and based on the merit list i got NSCB medical college jabalpur. The counselings were scheduled and every student had to report there with all the required documents to complete the admission procedure & the classes finally began in august.
The basic criteria to possess post-graduation in the medical course would be about the completion of the under graduation and should have a valid score in the national level entrance exam for the post-graduation. Through counseling, the students would be admitted to the college.
No such thing as placement in post-graduation in medicine, but we should have a training period of one year in the college campus and that would be the best of the training. They would provide the stipend from day one of the course joining which would be helpful for the fee payment.
I secured admission in this college with a good NEET score, followed by a counselling session. Afterwards you just need to visit college admissions office and submit all the necessary documents and copies.
The university plays an active role in placements and works tirelessly to provide students with job offers. They even organise many seminars and workshops to cater their need. The college also provides internship opportunities with average stipend.
Positive.- your batch mate is everything thing for you they will do anything for you. They will help you out in any condition you are. Negative -the worst thing about that college is groupism. There is division of many groups
NSCB is a great college in Madhya Pradesh for studying medicine. It has a balance of excelling in academics as well as being a better human by inculcating essential co curricular skills inside. It is definitely a great college to spend most of your youth.
By giving NEET exam heald across the country national entrance examination test for admission in medical college all over the country after that there is counseling state level and at the level of all India
Yes internship is of one year 10 thousand is given to student after that rural bond is there you get a job of Jr Dr and 45000 rs salary after you do pg and get 60 thousand monthly stipend all you need to do is clear another exam neet pg
Only positive is there.No negative remark. Because there is not a single thing that deserves negative remark. From study to students everything is best. Teachers best. Hospital best. Infrastructure is best.
College management is very good, but every college has some plus and some flaws college is good for academic but extracurricular activities are to the minimum, but if the batch is good then academic n extracurricular activities would go hand in hand.
The college has done quite a phenomenal work in these years of its existence and the students that have passed out from the college are currently doing very well in India as well as all over the world. The college is very well known too.
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The college has done quite a phenomenal work in these years of its existence and the students that have passed out from the college are currently doing very well in India as well as all over the world. The college is very well known too.by Aswin
In medical there would be no placements rather there would be internships. The internships are provided by the college itself, the stipend would be provided by the college of about thirteen thousand and the internship period would be a tough time.by Vinothini
NEET-PG and various other exams are held after MBBS. Every year, approximately 50% of the students get selected in some or the other exam. Even many students opt for the UPSC and MBA. If you don't want to continue studies, you can even work in private or corporate hospitals.by Agnus