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Thrissur, Kerala MCI | Estd 2003 KUHS, Thrissur Private

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    Rahul JohnBachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
    5.9
    STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

    Good for academic and that's it

    Placement -
    4 /10

    As for any medical college there won't be campus selection but the students have an option to work as a junior resident in the college after completing the course for the minimum wage it is usually 40000 rupees most of the undergraduates try to take in a PG seat in a reputed Government College

    4/10placement
    4/10college
    10/10course
    9/10hostel
    6/10interview
    7/10internship
    1/10campus life
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    StudentMBBSBatch : 2023
    8.7
    STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
    Remarks -
    8.7 /10

    It has good teaching staff, numerous hospital facilities, it’s in Kerala. The college has a huge campus and many patients. The hostel facilities are good and the food is not so bad. Clinical postings are pretty interesting

    Course Curriculum -
    7 /10

    They update the syllabus every year. We have clinical postings everyday so that helps us study better. TP Antony sir is an amazing professor. He’s extremely good at teaching and has immense experience

    7/10academic
    9/10faculty
    10/10infrastructure
    8/10food & accom
    8/10placement
    10/10social life
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    Mohammed shahilMbbsPursued
    BATCH : 2022
    6.0
    STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

    Doctor

    Remarks -
    6 /10

    College is not that great in regard to helping the students cultivate a good relationship and concurricular life. The infrastructure of the college is very nice. They are totally demotivated for promoting sports in the college.

    Admission -

    Wrote all India exam. Got a good rank and qualified through neet. They made us choose the colleges we preferred, online, and then they allocated us to specific colleges, based on the ranks we obtained.

    9/10academic
    7/10faculty
    8/10infrastructure
    7/10food & accom
    4/10placement
    1/10social life
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    Nithin HaridasMbbsPursued
    BATCH : 2023
    9.0
    STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

    Overall a good college for an mbbs student. Good faculty

    Remarks -
    9 /10

    No negatives, Positives are mentioned above. Faculty are good. Excellent infrastructure, Equipments, Labs, Ground college, Mess, Hostel, Overall a lovable campus. A well nature loving campus

    Admission -

    Through NEET Exam. With the neet rank and the state merit rank I was able to get admission at this college. There are 85 merit seats and 15 NRI seats in this college So when your rank ranges from 1-1800 in state merit in kerala. U are eligible to get this college.

    10/10academic
    9/10faculty
    10/10infrastructure
    8/10food & accom
    8/10placement
    9/10social life
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    Anitta Margrett BabuMBBSPursued
    BATCH : 2021
    8.7
    STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

    College review

    Remarks -
    8.7 /10

    The positive remarks include a chapel. Good campus. Theres a pet therapy with lots of rabbits and birds. Good faculty. Friendly atmosphere. Snack bars. Canteens. Good infrastructure and facilities. Good management.

    Admission -

    I appeared for the medical entrance examination conducted by the kerala government. After this the results were published and based on marks students ranked. Following this there were different sets of allotments. Each student is alloted to colleges based on ranks. I obtained a score of 788.85 and the rank i got was 2530. The top ranks will be alloted to government medical colleges. I belong to the Catholic community. In my college there are 15 seats in the community quota. I was alloted based on this quota. There were almost 5 rounds of allotments. I did not get any allotment in the first, second or third rounds. My allotment came in the fourth one. After the allotment list comes we were gi...

    9/10academic
    9/10faculty
    9/10infrastructure
    9/10food & accom
    8/10placement
    8/10social life
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    Bilhan BenoyMBBSPursued 1st year
    BATCH : 2023
    7.7
    STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

    Known for discipline and placements

    Remarks -
    7.7 /10

    Bad teachers in 1st yearAmala was established in 1978 as a nonprofit, charitable institution aimed at treatment and management of Cancer in Thrissur. The institution was formally inaugurated on 25 April 1978 by the then President of India, Neelam Sanjiva Reddy. The hospital complex was situated on the slopes of the Vilangan Hills, spreading over a 40-acre (160,000 m2) campus.

    Admission -

    Entrance exam mark through neet according to mark particular college was alloted. First I got another college and on second allotment this college that is which I am currently studying. Then I reached this college on a rainy day procedure was so fast that we could get home early

    8/10academic
    7/10faculty
    8/10infrastructure
    7/10food & accom
    8/10placement
    8/10social life
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    SukratiB.ScPursued
    5.0
    STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
    Entrance Preview -

    I did't secure much marks in intermediate and JEE main, so I chose to get into this college in my city because I thought it would be a good option in terms of education and faculty. So I simply filled the form and got admission without any entrance exam of its own.

    Placement -
    3 /10

    The placements and job opportunities are poor. Hardly 2-3 students are selected l among 50-60 students for a job that gives you not more than 80-90 thousand per year. Generally, it is an BPO job. In others words, one cannot get a fair job after graduating from this college as there are not much job opportunities in here.

    5/10academic
    5/10faculty
    5/10infrastructure
    7/10food & accom
    3/10placement
    5/10social life
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    cenoy p joyPursued
    7.7
    STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
    Entrance Preview -

    Kerala medical entrance. I chose it mainly because I loved the profession and its status. I had to go through interview. My family also loved me to be a doctor than anything else. Admission was strictly based on entrance score and my previous academics.

    Placement -
    10 /10

    Our college has an average of 100 ? pass out rate and we all are employed. Most of us have won seats for MD / MS in aiims. All India jipmer or even US MLE. Some opt to migrate to other countries. Many of us are NRI and they have jobs waiting. I opt to work here in aims itself.

    10/10academic
    10/10faculty
    8/10infrastructure
    5/10food & accom
    10/10placement
    3/10social life
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    cenoy p joycenoy p joy
    7.7
    STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

    Golden days

    Entrance Preview -

    Kerala medical entrance. I chose it mainly because I loved the profession and its status. I had to go through interview. My family also loved me to be a doctor than anything else. Admission was strictly based on entrance score and my previous academics.

    Placement -
    10 /10

    Our college has an average of 100?pass out rate and we all are employed. Most of us have won seats for MD / MS in aiims.

    10/10academic
    10/10faculty
    8/10infrastructure
    5/10food & accom
    10/10placement
    3/10social life

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