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As it is a govt medical College and offering one of the best course "MBBS". So placement was very good. we have completed our course 3 months back and in less than 3 months more than 60 out of 100 students gets settled and got jobs of their choice and now enjoying their life. The rest are just preparing for higher education that's why they don't apply for job, otherwise the placement % of this course and college is >99%.
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The college being a government one has sure placements with starting stipend Rs.88,000 or Rs.70,000 . There are various opportunities in private and government sector as there is also an on-record internship that was through the college.
Mbbs course have an internship of 1 year.The college offers the internship which is well balanced with workload and sense of freedom for future prepration internships are very important in building acedmic experience in professional courses and the college does a great job by providing a wide range of oppertunity to all the interns.
Once you complete your internship from your medical college with a stipend of INR 12000/- there is a bond with government for giving service in non mahanagar city as Samvida Chikitsa Adhikari for 2 years with a sallery of about 1. 5 lakh.
The placement and jobs opportunity are very good as India requires a lot of doctor so everyone get jobs somewhere.It also provide 1year of internship.As I haven't taken internship so i cant tell much about it.
Yes this college provides internship for 6 months after the completion of MBBS course and if we talk about stipend, as it is a government college so stipend has variable values time to time as decided by the government.
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