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I got admission at Sri Muthukumaran Medical College Hospital and Research Institute - [SMMCHRI], Chennai for the MBBS course. Their admission criteria includes merit and the scores of the NEET entrance exam.
The placement opportunities of the college are commendable. Besides, getting the students placed at renowned institutions there are also a lot of opportunities to do great internships which is imperative for one's career.
SMMCHRI made me the doctor I am today. The college is full of noble doctors and trained staff who are all down to earth and polite. The college atmosphere is friendly and safe, not to forget beautifully designed along with gardens. The hospital is well equipped with every medical supply, from vaccine to operation materials. It follows a strict curriculum and makes a doctor more professional.
The university only knows how to manufacture the best of doctors. The faculty we are under is one of the best country wise, the labs and banks are full of the latest equipment and technology which are taught to us. We have full knowledge on how to operate the latest machines. The overall environment is very friendly and we all help each other to grow and prosper. I am glad to be a part of the world class institute.
The College is very enjoyable in this atmosphere. The down side is hostel fees and infrastructure. But curricular activities and extra curricular are both very good.
I took admission in Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery at this institute by scoring well in the NEET-UG exam as the admission was entrance based and the scores of 12th standard are also considered for admission. Students had the options of choosing online as well as an offline platform so I preferred online platforms as it was the convenient one and the application form link was available at the website.
Every student got the opportunities in abundance to get placed as the students knew the academics in detail but at the college, it was mandatory to do a one-year internship at the hospital. After the internships got over, students got placed in recognized hospitals and organizations both the private as well as the government.
The infrastructure of the college was nice and favourable for the students. All the facilities were provided by the college for the studentts like hostel . The food of the mess too good in the college.
The admission procedure for the students of the college was not easy. The students got admission in the college on the basis of an entrance test that was NEET which was held at the state level. The eligibility criteria was minimum 50% in the 12th examination.
My college has very good facilities and students learning here will get assured placements
Management is money minded. Capitation is around 50lak. The college only gas four batch. Present two batches are not approved and admitted. Really costly and the facilities are limited. Canteen is so small and can accommodate only 30 members. However it's
No campus placements are available as per my knowledge. With NEXT pg coming my plans are to prepare for the exam. That is how we are allotted to pg courses.
The staffs of our college are helpful and friendly, always available to help. Admission process and dates are decided according to MGR university guidelines It was close to my home, bus facilities were available. The infrastructure is not great but the college has a decent library, hospital is decently equipped. Lecture hall is spacious and has beautiful interiors
There are elevated chances of getting placement in the university because a hospital is also associated with our university. Also, a one-year MBBS internship is also provided at our university after the lesson is completed.
The duration of the MBBS courses of 4 and a half years. The syllabus of the MBBS lesson is founded on the knowledge and the guidelines which are prescribed by the Tamil Nadu DR.MGR Medical University Chennai. The knowledge of the lesson is moreover followed by sessions of practical Labs.
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