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Some negative remarks are there but am not mentioning that because positive remarks are more. Studying in St. Johns medical college is one of the best value thing. Experience in these institution only needs to get job.
Our college provide good scholarship for low poor students. In loan case they provide for all case. In loan it includes all fees like mess fees, hostel fees, tuition fees. But we fail in 3 subjects or we dindnt get eligibility the loan will closed.
In St. Johns fees is too low for me for studying 3 years only cost 2 laksh rupees. Different courses have different fees based on the level of course and for physiotherapy and all it is high for medicine it is too high.
There are so many events in our college freshers day, onam celebration, ethnic day, farewell day, campus dinner, jingle rocks, hospital day, autumn muse, aura, icc, ics. Autumn muse is one of the best cultural programme in India.
Our St. Johns medical college provide there for every subject every department different types of labs are there microbiology lab, biochemistry lab, anatomy dissection hall, haematology lab, clinical pathology lan etc.
Alumini network and seniors very helpful. If we have any doubts they are helpfull. They will give notes previpus year textbooks, notes, pdf and previous question paper. They give advices like how to behave in college.
They were good proffesors,doctors.all teaching staffs are well educated for every subject. There will be atleast 5 teachers. Almost all teachers are doctore with post graduated. They were teaching medical students.
By entrance,merit and interview is there.differnt paramedical courses are there.we can put option in course.i first put bsc perfusion technology and I also keep bachelor of physiotherapy.2 nd option is bsc medical imaging technology and finally I got that course.
There is no placements in our college.but studying in st.johns medical college is one of the best thing because it is the best private medical college in india.our college provide intenship and we got stipend as 7000 rupees per month.
This course curriculum is 3 years and 6 month intenship.exam is yearly exam.1st year is mainly conducting in the month of September and result is coming in december.we have 5 subjects in first year. Microbiology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology.
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