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I was given an internship in my college to the teaching hospital attached to it. Was the best learning experience in my life. The place where I understood the value of life. From bringing a new life in to this world till the day where old age takes a loved one away.
Our college management helped in securing student loans. They helped in anyway possible. They made it flexible for us to pay our fees however they could.
We had a well spaced and organised system of teaching medicine. It was structured in a way where we were expected to innovate and experiment new ideas and theories.
When I was in undergrad it was relatively costlier about 3.5lak per year. Now it is increased I heard. Since it was for a duration of 4.5 years it came to a hefty sum.
College Entrance exam. I love to help people. I was not able to get through to medicine in aipmt. In state medical counselling I got bachelor of dental surgery.
Every year there were workshops and symposiums . Some of the most established and prominent doctors exposed us to modern innovations and advancements in medicine. We had many cultural activities all round the year.
Every department in my teaching hospital had journal clubs, debates, quiz and discussions. We had a equal ratio of ladies and gentlemen. There were foreign nationals and people from all parts of India together in pursuit knowledge.
Our alumni is integrated with our university. We are planning on starting a alumni network of our college separately. Since we were the first batch we had no seniors. We never showed and kind of aggression or intolerance towards our juniors.
In my college we did not have any placement or campus. Many of my friends started ventures of their own. Some joined in reputed hospitals in Chennai. And some like me started to prepare for specialties.
Hard, painful, worth every bit of it. Had to read volumes and volumes and it is a never ending process. In the end it is all worth the pain. There were times where I wanted to stop due to stress and pressure but it was all a training for the better quality in human life.
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