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It's a four and a half year course with an one year internship in the very same college's hospital. They pay a stipend to the internee. The job placement is the same college with a pay scale of 50000 per month. Even one can leave the jobs and try to do post graduation.
Further placement is after one cracks the NEET - PG entrance exam. Housestaffships are also offered by my college.
Internship is compulsory.
Internship is very hectic here, with interns working tirelessly along with PG residents. In the process, they acquire great experience (as mentioned earlier also), which becomes almost more than enough to serve as MBBS doctors, RMOs, GDMOs, Junior residents and other professionals in future, independently and smoothly. And in Post graduation also, those acquired skills and experiences do matter a lot, always giving the candidate an extra edge over others.
For our batch placement offers where very less because this department was started just 3/4 years back and is a multi disciplinary branch. I got internship through college and about half of the students got like that and is paid internship too.
Placement is government hospitals is pretty common. Internship is compulsory after completion of the mbbs course. The duration is of 1 year. Adequate clinical exposure is gained during that period. The institution never took special steps because it's a part of the curriculum.
The placements are not as good as medical students.The job we get after completing the course is not satisfying.Yes our college provides internship but the stipen is given to us is not satisfying.we are given 2000 rupees per month in internship.
This paramedical course is a professional course. It is better than a basic graduation course.after study about this you oviusly get a good job with govt and non govt also.every college provide stipend. There student in internship.
Placements are actually part of engineering College but speaking of medical College after intern if a student desires he or she may practice housestaff before appearing for post graduate examinations or he may even take coaching before appearing for post graduate and if he or she cracks the exam is again the same process as undergraduate as far as admission is concerned
Yes our College provides internship and not only that it provides housestaff as well as post graduate courses but from my part I don't have much of a experience because I'm not an intern when time will come I'll definitely experience it. Till then I want to take one thing at a time and devote the maximum time to it
The placement scenario is very good.major percent of the students got placed .The major companies were Neotia get well Health Center and Desun Hospital .The average package is quite good
Yes the college provides an internship.I haven't experienced it yet as I haven't yet passed the final exam .the average stipend amount is 20000.
Medical colleges do not offer placements and mostly the students after passing out prepare for the post graduate entrance examinations and some of them take up jobs also. Getting a job after MBBS is very easy and most of the doctors after MBBS earn 70000-100000 working in the private hospitals and around 70000 while. Working in the government sector.
The college provides internship for MBBS students in its own hospital. The stipend is quite handsome as compared to other colleges. An intern here gets stipend of 19000-20000 currently. The work load and experience are quite ample and there's lot of opportunity to learn basic surgical techniques also.
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