This is an esteemed medical College and does live up to the mark of it's reputation and is pretty good College. The studies and the crowd is pretty good. The infrastructure is good. Overall I'm pretty satisfied with the College
The curriculum is as per the guidelines of MCI. It is the standard curriculum with the listed subjects. 35% marks in Internals and 75% attendance is required to be eligible for end year exams wherein you need a cumulative score of 50% plus (including Internals) to pass. Exams are professional wise not semester wise. If you fail a semester exam there is no supple or year back.
Placements aren't a given thing in a medical College, you have to go search on your own at the end of the course. Yes internship is provided at my College just like any other medical College. Our internship is at lok Nayak hospital which is a very good hospital. I have not yet had my internship as I'm a final year student, and the stipend is 18-20 thousand per month.
There are a lot of events including 1. Synapse- this is our inter college fest of 5 days that occurs every year in february-march 2. Goonj- this is out intra College fest that occurs for 3 days around October. We have some other fests and cultural events going on every year like swami vivekanand week and cultural fests.
It is very feasible. Annual fees is 4000 and examination fees is 2000. Thus like any other government medical college, government gives a subsidy of 6 lakh rs per student per annum due to which the fees is pretty feasible.
I have no idea about scholarships or loan facility though we do have a branch of syndicate bank inside our campus and loans would be available at reasonable interest rates I think. Though I am not sure about this.
Extra curricular activities include basketball court, volleyball court, indoor badminton courts, and a cricket ground inside the campus. The first three of these are in the boys hostel. The labs are well equipped and the machines like the microscopes especially in the microbiology and pathology labs are pretty good.
I have opted for the hostel, the rate is 6-7000 per year and the facilities are also accordingly. There is no AC or attached washrooms. Initially you're offered a 3 or 4 sharing room which would later be shifted to a single room, hostel life is pretty good as there are 24/7 canteens and basketball and volleyball courts but rooms and washrooms are not particularly great.
Seniors are pretty helpful and they do guide you on every step, be it regular interaction or help with syllabus or with faculty or for exams, it is a normal trend to get your book marked by seniors in the first year and every following year.
First you have to prepare in 11th and 12th which you can do either yourself or from coaching institutes, after which you give NEET-UG. On the basis of that, you get an all India rank and state rank. After filling a state form of DU, I was selected for counselling and opted for MAMC.
Faculty is really good. All the teachers are profound doctors and have a lot of experience and thus teach pretty well, using seminars ppt chalk and board and visual aids in their lectures. Thus, this being one of the top govt medical colleges of India provides good standard of education.
In MBBS there are no such placement procedures as in engineering Almost 100% of students get easily placed at hospitals. But many opt for getting a PG seat by preparing and clearing NEET PG. Many take drop years for it My plan is to prepare for NEET PG and Clear it after getting the degree
After 4.5 years if your MBBS course you have to take a learning experience with your elder doctors or your representation. You have many options to do jobs if you want to continue your studies for MD/MS so you can opt for gov MBBS doctor in your own colleges otherwise you can also keep continuing you doctorate experience from the same college that they provided. Almost 90% to 100% of students were selected in the same college or in another top hospital in India.
After IV semester they are eligible for campus placements there are various company is that come for the campus placements I don't know exactly the details of the average students who got the placements as I am new almost 95% students get the campus placements and I am planning to do a private job after the degree.
The admission process was quite easy in the for 5-year MBBS in Bachelor of Medicine it requires aggregate 50% of marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. I have submitted my documents and proceed with the admission.
The placement record is pretty good in the college. There is a placement wing in the college which caters to the placement needs of the students. Apart from the placement assistance, they provide assistance through mock interviews.
This is the best place where i could have been. It's just amazing being here. The culture, the academics, everything about this college is so fascinating.
I gave the IPU CET exam and got rank 1300 approx. I choose this course because this is the best for biology people. There is no interview process.
Placement is good, U get easily jobs in private hospitals as junior residents. But most prefer pg exam preparation. The pg exam gives u a chance to be a specialized doctor so most guys try this exam. Some do junior residentship and some go foreign for higher studies. Private hospitals do not come to recruit.
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