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As I belonged to SC category, I had some relieved in the admission process because of the reservation. I got good rank in NEET and I had admission here. This college was the best college for doing medical in whole Uttrakhand.
As I chose this college the main reason was that there were no worries of Placement or internships. My seniors got final Placement in the same hospital they worked as interns. Same case scenario was with my batchmates. As i wanted to do MD I didn't took any hospital
College is good overall, beside studies the main part in medical college student is patient interaction which is too good here . Also the campus is beautiful, in the center of city 2km away from bus station and railway station
offers MBBS degree course at the undergraduate level and M.D. and M.S. degree courses at the postgraduate level. To apply for the undergraduate degree course, candidates must have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam in Science Stream from a recognized board with 50% marks in aggregate are eligible. While for Postgraduate courses, candidates must have passed MBBS Degree from a recognized board. Admission to MBBS program is be based on NEET UG Scores conducted by CBSE and as per the cut-off list released by the college. Admission to the PG Courses is done by the University/State government according to NEET PG/CET score. Admission is done strictly on the basis of merit in the entrance test.
I got admission in this college by writing NEET PG entrance exam and I selected this college at the time of counseling. Based on my performance I got a seat in this college. The process is same for other courses too.
Placements and job opportunities are quite good in our college. As it is government college, there is no need to worry about placements. There is a placement cell which invites corporate hospitals for the recruitments. Yes, according to our curriculum we have 1 year paid internship program.
I was preparing for JEE - NCHMCT so that I got 11015 rank. According to the JEE rankings, there are three choice options that allow different institutes, of which we can choose our preferred college or institute. Once an institute is elected, we must go and report to the institute and continue the general admission process. I was always attracted to the hotel industry as a child, and it gave me the opportunity to pursue it in the future.
MBBS is easy as there is always a shortage of doctors in our country. This is the only course with a 100% placement record. Don't worry; focus on your studies. Hiring or hiring is never an issue here.
Management can definitely be improved as it is a new college so not that good uptil now.
the pattern of studying of our college is very good but other facilities as washroom not cleaning, roads are not constructed, teachers of our department is boon for providing best education for betterment of our college.
It's a government affiliated college for the student aspirants of mbbs. The teachers, course curriculum and structure as well as infrastructure both of the campus and hospital is very well built. The allover college is really nice.
To be eligible to get admission here you must be qualified in 10+2 with minimum 50% marks and the admission is mainly on the valid merit you get in the exam of NEET. I chose MBBS as I want to be a good surgeon of brain in my future. And this college is mainly focused on mbbs and further medical education after mbbs only.
College is awesome and you live some of the awesome years of your life here, I try to enjoy whenever possible. College though lacking in space has a good infrastructure and facilities are also good a ground for sports activity gymnasium are also present
1. Location 2. Reputation 3. Availability of professors 4. Hostel facility available( incampus) 5. Government doon hospital is associated with it. The government doon medical College is located in patel nagar of dehradun. Since it has good location students find it easy to purchase their things easily. They don't have to roam here and there for commodities. Faculty members are good. Practicals are conducted by teachers very well. No class is skipped. Time table is strictly followed. The dissection hall, histology lab, clinical labs and all other labs are well maintained. Since it is associated with government doon hospital, students have chances to see patients and learn more during their clinical postings. All the rules of MCI are strictly followed. The fest and other co corricular activities are organised from time to time to balance the stress. Separate boys and girls hostel ( incampus) available. The college is developing and we hope that very soon it will get higher reputation. Recently pg courses in some non clinical subjects has been started. Also paramedical courses has been started from 2019.
Jobs are available in this field. After graduation you will have a degree sp you can either open up your own clinical or go for post-graduation or can join any governmental job. Their are plenty of jobs available. You can join railways, or government hospitals. So overall you will have job after completion of graduation
I got admission based on my NEET scores. The exam is a national level examination for admission to medical courses. Some colleges also provides scholarships on the basis of the per centile as well. I got good marks so I got the college based on my scores.
The placement and job opportunities in medicine field are enormous. We were also provided internship by the college. Stipend varies from 10,000 to 15,000. The experience at the hospital where I worked as an intern was great, I learnt a lot of things from there.
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