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Positives first:- 1)excellent teaching 2)beautiful campus. Pretty well maintained. Negatives:- 1) orthodox people 2) hostel mess food sucks. ( rice sambhar rasam and vadas mostly. Pretty monotonous food and for someone who is not from south India it sucks. 3) college canteen is ridiculously small It only serves biscuits, coffee ( no tea) Some shitty packed juice which doesn’t taste that good 4) the canteen only serves rice biryani dosa samosa coffee and bakery items and has very very limited options. 5) we are fined for everything. From coming late to forgetting id cards or not wearing uniforms.
The college doesn’t give any loans or scholarships. No loans, no scholarships nothing. I don't know what to write for 200 characters about this. I mean there's no loan and scholarships nothing. They should consider this, please.
Expensive. As compared to all the other colleges it is a little expensive and they charge for 5 years and not 4 and a half which they should be. That is a setback. Every year in the month of April- June you have to pay your fees.
1)NO FRESHERS PARTY 2)Only one cultural event once a year in March and the students have to pay for it. It's not sponsored by college completely. 3)26 Jan and 15 August celebrations are okayish That's it.
Hostel infrastructure is good but doesn't do justice to the high fees( 1.55 lac for twin sharing attached bathroom room ). The water cooler doesn't work and there's no cold water to drink. Using kettles and induction plates are against the rules and you will be heavily fined if found using. Using HEADPHONES and SPEAKERS is not allowed and headphones have been taken away by the authorities.
The labs are really good for practicals and studies but the sports ground and in hostel, volleyball court are not at all maintained. Sports infrastructure not up to the mark. Extracurricular activities include different clubs like arts, music, yoga, photography, and gaming which started this year but they will take their time to settle. It's good overall except for sports.
Seniors are really helpful here. Ragging is absolute but during culturals, the physical work like cleaning stones for cleaning the ground and everything is to be done by first years. Overall everyone is helpful here.
The best part of this college is faculties. The faculties are highly educated and dedicated to teaching. One thing to be noted is all the faculties are full time faculties here which makes it very easy to reach them when needed. The concept of visiting faculties is not encouraged.
We have internships but only after we finish our 4 years of studies. The stipend is comparatively less ( around 2000-4000) and if you opt to do the internship outside the college then you must pay around 500000.
This curriculum has been in use since theb1970s but the duration has changed. The total duration of the course used to be of 5 years which has been reduced to 4 and half years now which led to reduction of 6 months from first year , which is the most difficult year consisting of anatomy(consists of histology , osteology,radiology,surface marking and gross anatomy) , physiology( theory and practicals) and biochemistry. ( theory and practicals)The first year has one university exam which has 9 exams, i.e 6 theory papers( 2 for each subject) and 3 practicals. The second year is of 18 months and one university exam, the third year is considered the final year and is again of 18 months followed by an internship.
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