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Placements and job opportunities are good. Yes, there is compulsory one year rotatory internship for students who complete their course from the college. The experience is simply incomparable as you get to experience a variety of patients from all part of the surrounding districts as it is the only tertiary District hospital available. In short you will the maximum in your internship and develop many skills. Although a little hectic, but the pain is worth to suffer for. Yes, we do get a stipend of Rs. 20,000/-
Jobs in the field of medicine are available in both government and private sectors with high salary packages. One can choose to opt for further master's degree for a specialisation or can go for practice.
The college keeps the students updated with various job opportunities available for them according to their skills. They keep us informed of any internship available as well. The college also provides internhsip with stipend.
Jobs and placements provided by our college are career-boosting. The compulsory internship program has helped a lot of students in their careers. College placement cell is very active and the college has a lot of job options for students with high stipend and job security.
Mbbs is a self make course but still a stipend of 25000 is provided for interns per month. Yes the college provides internship which us an inevitabke part of the course. The internship is a bit hectic though due to absence of clinical postgraduate students.
Yes, our college provides one year of compulsory internship during which we are posted in all the departments like medicine, surgery, paediatrics,OBG,skin,ENT, Ophthalmology etc.we also get a stipend of about 15,000rupees during internship.
Students exit out as doctor and yes,there is no any crisis for a job to doctor.after this we can apply for any of the recruitment for mbbs jobs or we can join post graduation courses.also we can join the same institute as junior resident
Stipend of 20k use to be provided per month during internship. internship is compulsory for every one to get a degree.it is of 12 months post 4.5 years course. internship is done in a civil hospital attached to institute.
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