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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.
I have chosen this college because 1st in my rank I, was not getting MAMC which is the best college in Delhi which we get through the NEET exam. So next options that were left for me was LHMC, VMMC, etc and I was a bit confuse between UCMS, LHMC, and VMMC so I talk with many people and I start to rule out my choices I didn't choose VMMC because Islam the subsidized seats are over and second I want DU university tag, then I was left with LHMC and UCMC, so I decided to visit these colleges and I also search on QUORA for reviews which had played a major role in choosing my college, when I visited both the college I was so amazed at the campus of UCMS, which was so huge, so green and also it is also CO-ED college and also through QUORA I came to know it is best for research which is true, I had searched the top rankings of DELHI college on many sites like career 360, etc. This is the best decision I have ever made, the academics are so good here, but the main disadvantage is very far from my home.
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).
Good aspects: The campus of UCMS is a beautiful one. One would really like to spend time there. The college is fully air-conditioned. 24hr open reading room is there to study in the college area of campus. In addition to this, there are separate reading rooms in hostels as well. Every hostel has a canteen built within. There is a library with a good collection of books and internet facilities. Bad aspects: College canteen has many unhygienic practices. Security issues within the campus. Locality outside campus is not good. The condition of the boy's hostel and JRD hostel is not that good. Why I chose this college?: On the basis of rankings of colleges all India and within Delhi as I am a Delhi citizen. I could not get MAMC at my rank, hence the choice was between UCMS and VMMC. UCMS has good exposure to patients and good quality teaching. There is a 50% DU quota for PG admissions as well in DU MBBS colleges (MAMC, UCMS, LHMC). I asked about college from various friends, seniors, and doctors as well.
At last I want to say that the college is the best and top for pursuing the course and treatment in the college.
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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.
Ucms is an emotion to there student That's pretty much to say If one who you reading you come you will also surely develop that
Good - faculty and teacjing staff are very good Bad - course is less research driven.
Good - faculty and teacjing staff are very good Bad - course is less research driven
Overall Very Good place for Study. Only negative point is the Surroundings. Located in peripheral Delhi. And sometimes not safe at night time. Administration block has also some problems. But all matter to a Medical student is Study, So choose UCMS.
My college is in the top 5 Medical college of India. We have a very good campus. Our academics is quite good. Hostel is moderately good. We have individual rooms. The fest we have is grand. The four day cultural fest are the most amazing days. The only negative remark is my college is located in not so good location.
Negative remarks is only location which is at the periphery of Delhi and there is nothing bad expect that. There is ragging free college campus, supportive faculty and supportive seniors and good juniors our college is perfect combination of that ofcourse there are some bad elements also but they can be neglected as they are very less in no and influence wise also.
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