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All the pros have been described vividly in earlier paragraphs. Keeping them aside, yes, being a bit far away from the state capital, this place at times misses attention compared to other colleges. And the number of beds being much lower compared to the enormously large population it caters, the hospital crumbles while handling the load at times.
The campus is really beautiful. It's huge. The people are really nice. I have not experienced anything traumatizing with respect to the college or my seniors. I love my college and I don't believe there any significant bad here.
College management is good. No complaints as of now
Positive remarks goes for the academic purpose but more than that negative remarks for hostel infrastructure.Positive remarks also goes for the playground,looks funny but yes other medical colleges of our state don't have playgrounds but here we have playground to spend a wonderful time to play
The college is good enough with a sprawling campus cooperative students enthusiastic and well qualified teachers .However the hostel infrastructure as well as the mess food may be improved.Moreover the number of patients in the wards is quite high and thus the hospital needs some amendments
The college management is quite supportive and in general it's difficult to find a bad remark for this college but still if one has to point one the infrastructure of the hospital is a bit lacking as per the standard recommendations.
College should be cleaned more ofter some dept teachers r lasy they should be changed or transfered other wise its good Infrastructure wise best So if u take admission in nbmc if u not got rank with in 600, other wise medical college of Kolkata is better
Very good college you must take admission in it management is also very good.
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