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Overall, our college is best at providing quality medical education and nurturing budding doctors to strengthen the existing medical services of the state and our teaching hospital also provides exposure to clinical skills and acumen.
Our college is a government autonomous instituition and hence whatever scholarship we get will be from the government.we get scholarship from social welfare department and backward classes department respectively to eligible candidates.
It's feasible.we pay a tuition fee of 14,000 rupees annually, and exam fee of 5,000 rupees.we need not pay anything extra apart from this.It is government autonomous instituition,hence fee range will be affordable even to people from lower socioeconomic status.
Yes, I'm a hostelite.we pay a hostel fee of 9,000 rupees annually.we also pay mess bill every month depending upon the expenditure on monthly basis for vegetables and other groceries.we get nonveg every Sunday and egg curry twice a week.
Like any other college,we celebrate all national festival like independence day, republic day.we also celebrate teachers day, ethnic day.we also conduct sports and cultural events.The most awaited event of the year is Ganesh chaturthi and college day.
Our institute supports and promotes overall growth of a student in all aspects like academic, sports, cultural etc. We have a cricket ground, volleyball court, badminton court, kabaddi ground.we also have table tennis court,carrom board chess etc.
In our profession i.e medical education,we learn more from our seniors than our lecturers or professors.senior Junior relationship will be well maintained in our profession.they not only help us in academics but also be with us in any hardships of our life.
As said earlier, our college is one of the top medical instituition in Karnataka and especially in North Karnataka region which contributes in providing best quality doctors to the society.Our teaching hospital also provides quality medical and surgical treatment to patients of lower socioeconomic status.
KCET(Karnataka common entrance test). It is a mcq based test comprising three subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology.Each subject carries 60 marks.Rank will be allotted based on marks scored by a candidate in the test and first preference is given to biology after ranks are being allotted, the counseling process for selection of college starts and a candidate has to report to the college he has been allotted.
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.
MBBS course is of 5.5 years duration with 19 subjects.It is divided into three phases.A student has to write four professional or university exams followed by one year of compulsory rotatory clinical internship where he'll be learning clinical skills.
Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science (RGUHS) has released the Timetable for the upcoming undergraduate and postgraduate examinations which will be conducted at the University. The Timetable for the upcoming semester examination is released in February 2021. Candidates can check the tim
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