Less no of students and more attention to each student required for medical studies. Also being a government college there is enough practical experience. also the variety of conditions are exposed with good clinical staff
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Academics is supercool bt need more extracurricular activities,more sports activities are also needed, teaching staff is too good,more events must be included in college fest, college campus is very small no playground facility in college
I literally, whole- heartedly love my college as it is very strict and qualitative in academic performance , thus it ranks 2 nd i maharashtra state. Negative remark is that our college doesn't have campus, it mostly has big hospital buildings.
I took MHCET entrance exam, scored 557/720 and I always wanted to be a doctor to be able to help people and this is one of the best colleges in mumbai.
Yes there is an internship cant share my experience as i am a student currently so i do not have an experience about internship.
I took MH-CET entrance exam. I always had a dream of becoming a doctor. So i never thought of another option. But for other people who don't get enough marks to be eligible for mbbs colleges there are other options like B.D.S, Physiotherapy, Audio and speech therapy and occupational therapy and B.Pharm.
All Government College MBBS pass out have a government job of Medical Officer with a pay of 50,000rs per month.
College management is good and i would say its better than one can expect.
I took Maharashtra common entrance test (mh-cet) after my 12th exams. I scored 184/200 and opted for Topiwala National Medical College. First reason for opting this choice was the basic hostel needs for residing in Mumbai are the best in this college. Hostel premises are a great place to live in. And the second reason was that the college is known to be having a excellent academics record and teaching faculty.
During internship you need to give a pg- cet exam on the basis of which you get the admission to post graduate courses. The top courses are medicine, surgery, radiology and pediatrics. The competition levels are quite high and rising day by day. For you must secure a position in top college you must rank within the first 100 students.
College management is working well. I would like to say this is one of the very few government hospitals i have seen which are up to the mark when it comes to cleanliness. A few problems here and there are present everywhere. According to me management needs to keep there work up.
Every thing has two sides like a coin.Being a part of this institution, i will say that it was worth staying and studyinh here.I got good amount fo knowledge, experience, etc.But somethings are not that good. The clerk level officers are the one witj whom you have to face headache. They are not that friendly and not helpful. Also you have to deal with them by listening to their arrogant language.Secondly it being a professsional course student himself has to pay attention to studies.If you lack, no teacher is going to pay attention to you on his own. Yes they are helpful, but not by their own. Attendance is strict here, if yoh fail to fullfill criteria, you can face difficulties.So you need ...
I took MHTCET scored 170/200,Got this college according to my preferences.
Course is good and faculty for non clinical as well as clinical is good some strict for the attendance and some don't even bother.