"i wrote kcet[common entrance test] to enter this excellent college. i got good ranking in the common entrance test by which i got into seat into this college. There was no interview process because i entered this college through the entrance exam. i was more interested in doctor post especially in g" Read More
"Entered this college through common entrance test conducted by Govt of Karnataka. As a part of admission process to professional entry to medical dental and ayurveda courses along with engineering courses for the year 2006." Read More
"I had given the entrance exam of yenepoya medical college in which I had rank 17. There was online process for admission wherein we had to choose our branch of interest and then they will allocate u the branch as per your rank. I had liking for this field and it is more interesting branch so I chose" Read More
Overall this is good college as exposure of patients is more as compare to other medical colleges in Mangalore. One thing about this college is liked is that it invested its capital for the betterment of patients and also students for example by introducing simulation laboratory which is one of the largest one in whole Asia it's very useful for all students. Currently doing M. S orthopedics in Benaroya medical college.
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