It's one of the best government medical College and hospital in West Bengal.Located on a well populated and well communicated area. The college provides the students an environment & opportunity to establish as an knowledgeable Doctor in future. The professors are efficient in their respective fields and student friendly. The hospital provides good infrastructure to make the students efficient doctors.
Most of the students from bioscience stream have dreams of becoming a doctor in future, their parents also motivate them to do so. MBBS is the undergraduate stream to become a registered general practitioner in Modern medicine & Surgery. The curriculum consists of 19 subjects taught within a duration of 4.5 years with one additional year of compulsory rotatory internship. Although MBBS is one of the toughest course to be pursued, one can enjoy it if he/she take the profession of Medicine as a passion.
The course MBBS is incomplete without internship of one year duration. Every student passed the final year professional examination has to do rotatory internship under all the departments. e.g. Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Orthopedics, Psychiatry, Dermatology, ENT, Ophthalmology, Anaesthesia, Community Medicine with Rural posting. At the end of the tenure the trainees have to get their internship completion book signed by the respective HODs & the Principal of the college. After submitting the duly signed book to the West Bengal University of Health Sciences one gets his/her permanent Registration Number from the West Bengal Medical Council.
In the era of scarcity of doctor in India, every student passed out from the college can get government/ private hospital job at an ease. One can do Housestaffship for one year duration at this hospital, he/she will get stipend from the state government. Others prepare themselves for NEET PG for MD/MS course.
Being a government medical College the fees are not that much. One has to pay 750? per month as tuition fees. Hostel accommodation is also at minimum cost, government takes only 12? from the students for hostel accommodation.
This is a government medical College & hospital, the tuition fees are also reasonable for economically weak families. The Government of West Bengal has several scholarships for meritorious students. One can checkout the government sponsored scholarship at the following websites: www.wbchse.nic.in www.wbhealth.gov.in www.wbuhs.ac.in
Annual teacher vs students football match, inter medical colleges football league, intercollege cricket league etc. are organised yearly. Students can participate in general quiz competitions as well as medical quiz competitions held at inter college, inter state and national level. Students can participate in medical seminar and CME organised at different departments of the college as well as in different medical colleges.
The hostel is good and spacious. Every two adjacent rooms have attached bathroom. Rooms are provided with 2 beds, 2 shelves, fan, light. All rooms are spacious and well ventilated. Hostel has its own canteen that provides food to tha occupants 3 times. A separate game room is there with television.
Medical fraternity is the only fraternity that evolves with themselves with closely relationship. During our internship trainees, Housestaffs and RMOs have to spend a lot of time together in the hospital and naturally a good bond among themselves grows. We never think RMO as our professors, we think them as our mentors, friend and guide, they also share helpful attitude towards us. We the alumni keep connection with ourselves and meet annually in a reunion festival.
Exams are conducted by West Bengal University of Health Sciences simultaneously in all the medical colleges in West Bengal. First professional MBBS exam consists of 3 subjects i.e. Anatomy, physiology and biochemistry. Candidates have to go to other medical College to sit for the exam. External examiners come from different universities to take practical examination. Likely second professional MBBS exam consists of 4 subjects i.e. Pathology, pharmacology, forensic medicine & toxicology and Microbiology. 3rd professional MBBS part 1 examination consists of 3 subjects i.e. Ophthalmology, ENT and Community Medicine; 3rd professional MBBS part 2 examination consists of 4 subjects i.e. General Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatrics. One have to pass all the subjects with minimum 50% numbers in theory and practical each to get qualified for Internship.
I sat for WBJEE 2012 & scored rank 927. At present one has to sit for NEET UG exam to get admitted to this college. I had choices from other medical colleges too but opted for this because of its well equipped infrastructure & convenience of daily journey. After scoring a rank I had to attend offline counselling. At present one can choose college of preference through online counselling only.
Being a government medical College all the department of the college are provided with adequate number of well qualified experienced doctors cum professors. They are wise in their respective fields and students friendly.
Really a wonderful place to study. Very helpful management.
According to my rank, I was getting Burdwan medical college. But as because my hometown is in Murshidabad I chose this particular college. My first option was always the medical colleges of Kolkata. Unfortunately I didn't get them So without opting any other peripheral college,I chose the one which is closer to my home and I think it's a pretty good decision.
I applied for the NEET West Bengal State Counselling through the official portal of Government of West Bengal Department of Health and Family Welfare West Bengal. Next I was allotted a set in the college as per my course through selection on the basis of my NEET-UG Exam Scorecard.
COMJNMH Kalyani is a high-potential college with reaches. The college has a job surety and mostly with high stipend just as it also has an internship programme which builds the required qualities in the students which are surely to be further required in their career
CMSDH is a very good college with great education, good faculty and a very good teaching system. The campus-life is very good and there are extracurricular activities as well in the college. The hospital in the college has great facilities and is very good for training.
GOOD ACADEMICS,GOOD CULTURAL ACTIVITIES,GOOD FACULTY,GOOD LECTURE THEATRE, ALL ARE ACed,THERE IS FREE WIFI. BUT THERE ARE SOME NEGETIVES.SUPERSPECIALTY BRANCHES ARE NOT THERE. THERE IS NO CLINICAL SEATS IN PG, BUT FROM 2020 THERE WILL BE.
Well, this question doesn't apply technically, we go for internships in our final year and with the deficit doctors are facing, no one really thinks on placement
The course makes me a doctor in the future. It's tough, time taking and mind stuffing but it's enjoyable. Practicals is the heart and soul of medicine. From the very beginning they are a major concern. Research opportunities aren't intrinsic, many take the icmr sts with full support from the faculty. Also being part of SAMSA I get to share ideas and take them.
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