"I had given entrance exams for persuing the course i am in. But i had never in dreams imagined that i will ever get addmission in this college. I got admitted through the general process of government counselling. There was no interview except for a short introduction about my qualification, nativep" Read More
"OJEE Nothing special that I aimed for Don't know exactly, but something pushed me to choose medical above all I scored 413 rank. But our state don't have that much of government seat and there is a great quota system. By virtue of which I landed up in a private medical college, which I never choosed" Read More
College life was full of adventure and there are things yet to happen. Overall it was as one must perceive. For me it didn't lived to my expectation as for what i had imagined a college to be. It was flop. This college has given me a great experience and memory for life which i may never forget. It was a new and different feeling for me. It showed me a new direction of thought and that the life is not all about a single piece of cake. There are variation and difference out of our imagination.
Management: you know better about it. It's a private college and the management is just how it meant to be It's like a magic box. At times it is like our friend, other time it's our top enemy. It happens Adapting is the best way to live happily.
The National Board of Examinations has given clear guidelines for scanning and uploading of candidate’s photo and signature in the application form. Failing to follow the same will result in rejection of the online form. The last date to register online is November 22 at nbe.edu.in.
In the latest public notice issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI), dated September 14, Indian citizens have been exempted from appearing in NEET as a pre-requisite to pursue medical studies in foreign universities. This is a one-time exemption granted with approval from Ministry of Health
The centralized test for the medical aspirants of India, National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET), has been under a lot of controversies for recent past years. Its aspirants always complain about the last moment changes either in the pattern or the eligibility criteria.
The journey of NEET as country’s biggest medical entrance exam has never been easy. It has been surrounded by controversies right from its introduction, has faced a lot of backlash from state boards, but still has been surviving. And now, when the things were looking to stabilize, a big cha