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It is a very nice college to study every one can take positive things from this college
The College was Good. There is a bus facility available to the students and they do have a big range of transport. We also have good unity among us. But I would like to add that the building was very old. And also the Teaching that offered was Good and satisfying.
No, you do not have to write an entrance test for this course. The college came from a good cut-off percentage that I got in my 12th exam. There are no interview processes that follow the college. I chose this course because I was interested in this course.
No, I am M.B.B.S. We do not have placement facilities because we are studying. Our college has excellent scholarship facilities. We get job offers, but we have to find work for ourselves. Educators help us with referrals or contacts. But they help us improve our skills and presentation style.
My dream job is in a professional course and it is in the medical field. So I decided to become a doctor, and I applied to MBBS only after meeting the college requirements, which is a NEAT score, along with my academic scores.
Yes, we have college internship offers, and some of them are available to our faculty. I have participated in such internships, and I can say that it has been a very positive experience for me. But we have less stipend.
My fantasy work was to seek after an expert course and that too in clinical field. I needed to turn into a Doctor consequently, I applied in MBBS soon after gathering the necessity of the college that is the NEET score alongside my scholarly scores. and after that i applied the full required documents for this course and i got admission .
Indeed , college give temporary job to one year time span that implies 365 days of obligation, this is a dedicated period just as we can take in something.this is completely not quite the same as 4 and half years what u have considered
Thanjavur Medical College provides best courses to the students who are aspiring to go well and forward in the medical profession. Supporting teachers and the seniors helped us all to know more and to get well.
According to the eligibility criteria I had secured more than 55% in my graduation for the same,after which I applied in the course program of Diploma in Orthopaedics in Thanjavur Medical College. After the college uploaded the merit list I found my name and submitted my documents.
Master of Surgery [MS] (Anatomy) has given me an experience I couldn't get during my MBBS and the one that is to be cherished entire life. The environment that is provided to the students is just perfect .
Soon after I was handed over my MBBS degree I wanted to study further and hence chose to study Master of Surgery [MS] (Anatomy) from Thanjavur Medical College,Thanjavur. I appeared for the NEET PG examination which is a mandatory entrance exam for those seeking admission in medical field after graduation.
To seek admission in the college the basic eligibility to get admission in the course was an MBBS degree. The admission process was sorted and hassle-free. The criteria of selection were the NEET PG result, through which I got admission.
The quality of placements is extremely good. The campus is extremely supportive of finding a job. Mostly all the students get good placements, and the selection is done on various basis. We have to be in formals during the interviews.
Getting admission in masters is never easy, we have to work hard for it. The college asks for our graduation degree that is MBBS. to get admission to the NEET pg exam and the score is taken into consideration.
For good placement as you will get well groomed before your placement and college is assured to help you out. Good companies visit the campus for recruitment. There is a block for the mock interview too where you will get a hands on before your interview.
Thanjavur Medical College is a really great place to study medicine. They have both undergraduate and graduate courses meaning you will have a lot of interaction with students from different courses and from different places.
To apply, first you need to have completed your MBBS degree from a recognized institution with good marks. Then, you can apply for the course and you will have to write the NEET PG exam to be considered.
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Yes, we have college internship offers, and some of them are available to our faculty. I have participated in such internships, and I can say that it has been a very positive experience for me. But we have less stipend.by Monika
No, I am M.B.B.S. We do not have placement facilities because we are studying. Our college has excellent scholarship facilities. We get job offers, but we have to find work for ourselves. Educators help us with referrals or contacts. But they help us improve our skills and presentation style.by Siddu
Indeed , college give temporary job to one year time span that implies 365 days of obligation, this is a dedicated period just as we can take in something.this is completely not quite the same as 4 and half years what u have consideredby Ramya