Positives: -Large campus; going from one end of the college for clinical postings and running to the other end to attend theory classes, though very tiring I feel it is a special trait in this college. -Large number of patients: huge opportunity to learn from them. -Well equipped library, which is open 24/7 -Experienced staff. Negatives: -Staff not very regular in engaging classes. - Poor Administration of the academic part. -No strong representation of students (like students union)
With recent modifications in the curriculum MBBS course has become more practical and skill oriented. I wish this change happened when I joined in my first year. There will be 3 internal tests both in theory and practicals. A percentage of these marks will be added to the final graduating exam that will be conducted annually, which also comprises Theory and practical exams. The exam part of MBBS is really exhausting and tiring.
No placement or jobs as this is a government institution. But you will have to do a One year internship program which is a part of the curriculum only after which you will be graduated. During internship you will be paid ?20,000 a month. And never expect stipend at the beginning of every month. You the in once in 3 months all put together
Freshers Day : A orientation program to the new comers. Don’t have much significance. College Day: Conducted every year in the month of October or September. Which includes Sports, Culture, Literary and other events. Every three there will be a Intercollege fest for which students of other medical colleges participate. Karnataka Rajyotsava. Graduation Day. Ganesh Chaturthi.
As it is a government college the fee is reasonable. But it has increased when compared to the last year. The present fee is around ?60,000 per Annum.(not exact but near about) And a hostel and food bill of around ?2,500.
Government provides scholarship to all students whose parents income is less than ?3,00,000(not very sure) called e pass, from which you can get total reimbursement of both college and hostel fees. You can also apply for other scholarships applicable personally for you through the college.
Sports: College has a good playground. There are a good number of students who have excelled in University level sports. There are no special coaches but students excel quite well. College is equipped with a good gym, tennis court and badminton court. Extra curricular activities: The keep taking place along with special event happening in the college.
The hostel rooms quite good. As it is a government college can’t expect much. But they are not too bad. There is a separate hostel for 1st year students. And separate hostel for girls. One need not bother about the quality of the food as the food section is managed by students themselves.
It is difficult to expect a aluminium group for a government college. But there is actually an Alumni group though not very active at the present. The alumni have gathered funds and built a guest house in the campus long back.
You have to secure quite a decent rank in NEET. Following which there will be a online counselling for seat allotment conducted by the KEA of Government of Karnataka. After you are allotted seat in particular college you have to reach the college and submit the original documents along with attested photocopies before the prescribed dates.
Most of the staff are highly knowledgeable and experienced. But they won’t teach you unless you show extraordinary interest in learning things. The more you fall behind them to take classes the more you learn from them. The won’t care if nobody bother to learn, they do their job and leave the place.
I got admission in to the college through my NEET score. NEET is conducted in the month of may and the results are out by mid june. I scored 456 in NEET and applied for counseling process. Then I got this college in my counseling and went ahead for the admission.
After completeing graduation from the college the institute provides with you an internship. You have to complete your internship in the attached hospital to the college. After completing the internship you can get in as a permanent doctor in the same hospital or go for private practice or go for govt jobs.
After neet ug, i was searching for best colleges in India and came to know about kmc, manipal. Kmc, manipal and kmc, Mangalore are governed by mahe but kmc, manipal is way better than kmc, Mangalore. Kmc, Mangalore has not even a campus of itself. The fee structure is huge and the classroom are the heated ovens. Studies are far away, first you have to learn how to survive kmc, Mangalore.
I still have not any idea how this thing works. I am in 1st year and the only thing i hear is from friends that their brother and sister is doing this and getting paid very low wages.
Overall it is a good college and the faculty is good not impressive but speaking about the infrastructure and ambience which is not too good it's ok and it has some basic facilities like boys union and girls union and this college has its own Hospital which helps to practice internship with no problems which is a very famous Hospital called Basaveshwara Hospital dear thousands of patients come everyday and we get my very much good opportunity to look at them and practice.
Over all the college is a very popular..govt college..that makes half of it..n the rest is by teachers! Everything is awesome in the college..the cons are..you don't have the sports department..you don't have enough of campus area, you don't get a proper ground to play..n in the hostel there are water problems very frequently.
The best part of our college was the exposure we got in all subjects by the teachers. College management was fair. Lacking in hostel facilities. Advancement in technology used for teaching is need of the hour and it makes lectures easy to understand and i
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