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Our college doesnot call in for placement but provides us a platform for 1 year of rotating internship in all clinical and paraclinical departments. It involves rigorous training and working under top class doctors of my state and learn new methods and patient care. We also recieve stipend for our services at the hospital during our internship.
The college provide 1 year rotatory internship in the various departments of hospital after final mbbs examination. One can get a clinical exposure in 13 departments within one year. And one can acquire a good clinical knowledge also.
In India doctor are less as compare to other like engineer aithe no crisis of placement. And generally after their MBBS they take admission in PG Or practice in some hospital or open their own clinics. In my college their is one year compulsory internship
There is no such things as placement in medical College. Although our college did provide work environment for internship programme that we had in our curriculum. It did also offer internship program for graduate from other college. The stipend was 15000.
Of course here is facility of internship. And being a doctor is very nobel profession and in india numbers of doctors are less soo job opportunities are very high. Here also facility of Post graduation.
Yes my college provides internship. There is provision of compulsory internship for 1 year after completing 4.5 yrs of MBBS course. Job opportunities are many. You can become a medical officer after completing mbbs. But you can also persue PG for higher studies. Stipend in internship is 15,000.
Yes, my college provide internship along with stipend around 15,000 monthly. Internship phase is rigorous. You have to looks for wards as well as prepare for Pg enterance at the same time therefore time management is quite essential.
The college is a very reputed college. The students from here mostly learn so good acumen that they don't have many difficulties in upcoming life. Most of students go for higher studies and few opt for government medical officer posts too.
The internship program in an MBBS course is a 1 year compulsory internship program. The internship has to be completed in the college hospital at a very nominal stipend provided by government. During our Internship,the stipend was rs 7200 pm.
After completing course you can join government jobs and private hospitals. Hospitals nearby will offer jobs to you. Medical officer job at MBBS level is offered by state and central government level. There are various hospitals which will offer you post of MO/CMO and registrar. You can prepare for post graduation and college itself offers more than 30 pg and diploma courses.
Internship training is of 1 year and different department are covered. You will get chance to work with efficient,well-esteemed team. Stipend is about Rs 15000 month with lodging.
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My college is one of best medical colleges if the state. All in all an average one with good mix of studies and extracurriculars.by Neha Anand
College Needs to Focus on research works and latest advancements. Apart from this labs should be well equipped and lab standard should be maintained. Teachers need to also focus on building theoretical knowledge of students apart from clinical. Library need to be opened 24 * 7by Mayank Raj
Overall my college is very old i. e. 6th medical college of United India so has a very prestigious history and havea strong alumni network all over the world and in my state this is no. 1 Medical collegeby Prince Kumar