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Yes, there was internship there. I don't remember the stipend but of course it was just a very minimal amount, however I loved internship!
Overall a great place to be and I would strongly suggest you to join the college for all the moments and memories you will make there!
I have no idea regarding the loan or scholarship services but I'm pretty sure that must be common in any college as that is something that's required.
The exams were pretty chill. I mean at that time of course you were stressed out about a pop quiz but now when I look back at it, I was a pretty good student! And plus you get half days on exams which was literally the best part. We would all gather in a room and watch a movie to Chill'
The fee structure is feasible, it all depends on how luxuries you want to be. The rooms can be shared or can be single so it honestly depends on what you want. And the best part was each floor was divided to have your classmates so everyone was up to the same thing!
I am a international student who joined in bachelors of medicine in GSL, this was by looking at various colleges and I found that GSL had everything I wanted. The greeenery, the discipline, the amazing people and food!
The college is a huge college, it holds dental, medical, nursing, and pharmaceutical courses. This made it even more fun for all the events and activities that happened in the college. Everything is as just as you want it and you will definetly make he best friends and never forget a moment!
The mess food like any other hostel wasn't that great. The hostel is the best place where I made the most amazing friends and stayed up all night for fun and studying. We usually used to go out for outings and get food as we didn't need to eat in the hostel alone!
The college itself was amazing there was literally no issue. Everyone became friends.. seniors and juniors got well together and helped each other! Even during final exams I just loved a lot of my seniors for their continuous support! They are he best and we have become the best of friends!
Yeah, definetly I think the whole college overall if you needed help, everyone was there to help out so it was awesome. Never a bad experience!
The faculty is well qualified and understanding of the course. They are all high end teachers who have excellence and passion in the course! The preofessors are also very tangible and help out and pull you out to see if you are having any difficulty!
The admission process was so easy and simple. The classes also started immediately. I didn't have any problem with any of the admission process as it was so greatly continuous! I honestly think that I have no more words to say that except that everything is just as per you want it to be!
Since I just did my MBBS there I still have my MD to do, but overall good placements. It depends on your attitude and what you wanted to achieve. A lot of my friends have moved on to do their masters in the same college etc so it honestly depends on what each individual wants in the end
The course structure is amazing! First of all hats off to the professors who kept pushing me from day 1 and I would never be able to forget them. There are so many good aspects that happened with professors when I was studying there and I am still in contact with many of them!
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