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All students are placed in government hospitals or private hospitals who opted to do job.otherwise they can study for pg or do housestaffship after internship.Interns get 28500 per month in 2020 which is almost highest in India.
One of the best government run Medical colleges of West Bengal.Environment is very pleasant and clean which is much needed to study medicine.Well communicated(just beside the Berhampore station).There is huge clinical exposure in the hospital as the college serves a broad area of Nadia,Murshidabad and Birbhum districts and also a part of Bihar.Good faculty and modern facilities.Hostels are very clean and nicely maintained unlike other medical colleges.This year pg course is going to be started.Overall this can be your dream college with a soothing environment in the historical city of Berhampore and Murshidabad.If you are getting chance to study here just grab it
According to my rank, I was getting Burdwan medical college. But as because my hometown is in Murshidabad I chose this particular college. My first option was always the medical colleges of Kolkata. Unfortunately I didn't get them So without opting any other peripheral college,I chose the one which is closer to my home and I think it's a pretty good decision.
College building and hostel building are very close. So it takes less time to get to the college. Hospital is overcrowded.
got admission in to the college through my NEET score. NEET is conducted in the month of may and the results are out by mid june. I scored 550 in NEET and applied for counseling process. Then I got this college in my counseling and went ahead for the admission.
Internship is now becoming very strict day by day. You can't take a leave or bunk, if you doso then you have to repeat. It can you make you vulnerable or even to loose your seat. Stipend is 5700 per month. Placement of the college is pretty good.
A great college and it's not easy to get admitted here. It's a new college so the campus is still being modified but all the basic facilities are available inside. We have thouree canteens inside the campus too.
This course is as good as it can get. Being a doctor was everything I ever yearned during my childhood and its a dream come true. The campus is throbbed with extracurricular activities throughout the year.
The teachers are great. They invest heavily in our studies despite their busy schedules and do not miss any opportunity to teach us about any interesting case that has been admitted to the hospital. We as students are made ready to work in our respective fields in the hospitals.
100% of our students are placed and are employed by the government of West Bengal itself. The internship offers a stipend of 21000 which may increase to 34000 during house jobs. All the students are required to complete their paid internship following which they shall receive their degrees.
The college has a good atmosphere, a great library, a great playground, excellent faculty, Everhelping seniors, good hostel, helping peers, an alltime available hospital service, AC classrooms, labs and library.
Murshidabad Medical college and Hospital, Berhampore, commonly known as MsdMCH is the best peripheral medical college there is in West Bengal. It is only a couple of hours away from the city of kolkata.
i cleared NEET-UG exam and through state quota open merit list,i got admitted.the admission process is simple.it requires a bond which has to be notarized and 5500 rupees.4500 rupees has to be paid via draft and rest by cash.the one and only mode is NEET-UG
one should not worry about the placement and job opportunities after completing the course.one can do housestaffship after receiving the degree.then the person can opt for gov/pvt. sector job or go for post graduations.
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