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Good faculty and infrastructure, spacious campus and with a very good central library.the number of out-patient is very good and high. Equipped with good laboratories and it's in reach for many. Actually it is very near from my home. The hostels are good, student friendly with good, delicious, hygienic homely food. Also we have a lot of playgrounds - cricket ground, football ground, basketball court and many courts for badminton and tennis.
Admissions will be done in the basis of merit in NEET UG entrance.and as I said we need score at least 80% to get into the college and if you have the reservation it would little more easier and that's it.
MRIMS offers best facilities and serves the rural population situated in and around the villages. There is world class infrastructure available for students. Orientation programs, workshops and seminars are held to enhance the skills of students.
It is not far from the city. There will be a merit list to choose from. There are three categories A, B, and C. The learning style is student-friendly. The professors were very helpful and attentive. The entrance to me was neat. Accordingly, tuition fees were made.
See, this is medical college. So you don't have a placement. Yes, you get paid for the internship. It's been 5, 1/2 years. This includes internships. There will also be exams conducted by the university. This happens annually, except in the second year. You can also search. You can select ICMR. This is very relevant. Plus you have one semester exam every 6 months.
The college is a very good institution when it comes about quality education.The output of the college as far as I have seen, are always good doctors and other medical workers. One should never think twice before taking admission in the college.
Though it is a private institution, the college is really really good. It never compromise when it comes to study and give you the best placement. Once you get in here, you come out as a successful doctor
College should work on infrastructure which could have been better otherwise everything else is great. Faculty, hostels, events and other things are at par.I am happy and proud to be part of MRIMS and I thank everyone who is part of our college.
College needs to work on infrastructure which can be better than already present. Overall experience has been a great one. I thank everyone affiliated to MRIMS to make my dream come true. One shouldn?t not miss the opportunity if he/she gets admission in MRIMS.
Good academic record,best facilities,good atmosphere,best faculty& extracurricular activities. This is my passion because,it is the only course which can saves lives of people. A doctor is treated next to god.
Every year passing out students will be allotted placements in best hospitals with good salary.We were provided with coaching for PG
Everything is positive about the College. I'm a proud student of this Institution and is happy with everything provided by the College. World class infrastructure is offered by them and helps us in the overall development of a student.
Admission to Malla Reddy Institute for Medical courses is based on the NEET scorecard. Those who have passed the examination with good scores could easily join the course. Others have to pay a very huge amount for securing admission. There is loan facility for the students who cannot afford the fees.
It was the best time of my study period . I loved the cooperation by the professors and also the seniors. I suggest this college should be every medical aspirants priority. I must admit that this college should be one of the best private medical college in India.
Basically the admission process for the PG course is based on the entrance exam NEET-PG. Based on the ranks of the exam a merit list is made ,through which they take admission of students. Becoming a doctor means to get the ability of recovering the human health through practise of medicine. And this is enough a reason for choosing this course.
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