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Internships are mandatory in our course only after passing all four papers Interns as today are provided 23500 per month We work in different departments along 12 months in gtb hospital Delhi Campus placement is not there You need to fill the form and give an interview if you wish to continue as a junior resident in the same hospital Paid better than interns like 60-70k
As we are MBBS students, we don't place. Our course is of 5.5 years, after 4.5 years we came in internship and in an internship, we get the stipend which is different for every college, we get around 23,000 per month. And after this usually, students prepare for another national exam For PG. And once they clear that exam then they get a stipend. So basically there is no scene of being places. We prepare for PG, and once we get our dream branch er start to pursue them.
In MBBS, there is one year compulsory internship, for which we get stipend which is around 23,000 per month. We have to do internship in our hospital which is associated with our college. Hospital associated with our college is GTB hospital in East delhi.
Placements are not there in MBS colleges. Most people like to pursue Post Graduation i.e. MD/MS after completing MBBS for which there is the entrance exam of NEET - PG (To become NEXT soon). Post-graduation in UCMS has a stipend of 70k-80k depending on the year in which the person is. Post-graduation is a three-year course. Following Post-graduation, a person can apply for the post of Senior Resident (SR) in a hospital or further prepare for NEET - SS for a super - specialty in a field. Even after MBBS, a person can apply for the post of Junior Resident (JR).
The internship is offered within the same hospital that is associated with the college. It starts after you pass your final professional exam of MBBS. It has to be done for a period of 1 year. The stipend during an internship is 23000 per month at Delhi University. During the internship, 15 days -1 month posting occurs in each department of clinical MBBS in rotation. The internship is but of a hectic job where you have to do a lot of work and get a lot of thrashing from your seniors
There are no companies coming for placement in medical field. We just find a job in any hospital or open a clinic of our own
we are doing job only in post graduation. We are studying and simultaneously getting paid for our work.
After completing your MBBS, you join MD dermatology which is in itself a branch that offers money for post graduation. you can join in any other hospital
It's a medical college, things are some what different. For those willing to practice just after MBBS will go for junior residency with salary around 70000. However most of the medical graduates prepare for PG exams.
The placements provided in the college are the best in India. Many companies visits the campus every year for placements and they provide the best according to the student's knowledge. They specially organize a campaign for placements related topics.
The college offers 100%placement and job opportunities.Yes,Our College provides the obligatory internship of 1 year in its own hospital.During the internship,the doctors get a full hand on experience on patients under the supervision of Highly qualified Doctors and the internship also help become highly competent by learning new practical hand on skills by these highly qualified Doctors.
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