The college had everything from cool infrastructure to better academic life. Although in MBBS a lot of hard work was required but still with the best faculty, seniors and even the classmates we were able to finish the course with flying colours.
The course is segregated into 3 sections and each section gave us new and different things to learn and understand. In the 1st section, I fetched information regarding the anatomy that is the study about the human body, In the other two sections I learned about forensics and pharmacology as well as in the 3rd section it was all about the diagnosis, medications, and anesthesia.
The placement and internship is yet the most prevalent feature in the MBBS course. Talking about the internship it is mandatory to have an internship in the final year, And in the final year, the students are allowed to sit for the placement in any health organization.
During my student day, we use to participate in various seminars and workshops organized by the college and were interesting as they all were related to medical parameters. Apart from this, the college also had other exceptional features like including Grievance cell for eradicating issues faced by the students.
The Admission for MBBS program in this college required NEET scorecard and academic qualification in my higher secondary school level in CBSE with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as the core subject. And the college publishes its own NEET score criteria for the intakes of the students in MBBS.
The professors and the visiting faculty were awesome, Their lecture giving mode was very strong and had an impact on our mental ability to grasp and understand the concept easily. Each of them was well qualified and had good subjective as well as practical knowledge.
Since we are in government medical college. students start to get their stipend from internships. And after that, they apply for house staff. After completion of the undergraduate degree, we have to get postgraduate degrees. We start preparing for PG neet, but since the government applies a new curriculum like NEXT, we start preparation from ist year.
Getting an MBBS seat in India that too in a government college is itself a blessing. I decided to persue MBBS because of my inner calling. There are 250 students in one batch which makes it a little crowded but for convenience, a batch is further divided into 4 groups A B C & D to make practical classes more convenient. But for lectures, whole batch attends it together, for the first year it takes place in Sister Nivedita Large Lecture Theatre which is air-conditioned and spacious equipped with a speaker and mic so the size of the class is not an issue. As per exams are considered , NRS is way mor strict as compared to other medical colleges of kolkata , here attendance is strict and exams are taken regularly.
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
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 550 in NEET and applied for counseling process. Then I got this college in my counseling and went ahead for the admission.
Internship is now becoming very strict day by day. You can't take a leave or bunk, if you doso then you have to repeat. It can you make you vulnerable or even to loose your seat. Stipend is 5700 per month. Placement of the college is pretty good.
This course is as good as it can get. Being a doctor was everything I ever yearned during my childhood and its a dream come true. The campus is throbbed with extracurricular activities throughout the year.
i cleared NEET-UG exam and through state quota open merit list,i got admitted.the admission process is simple.it requires a bond which has to be notarized and 5500 rupees.4500 rupees has to be paid via draft and rest by cash.the one and only mode is NEET-UG
one should not worry about the placement and job opportunities after completing the course.one can do housestaffship after receiving the degree.then the person can opt for gov/pvt. sector job or go for post graduations.
Lets take this point wise. First lets discuss positive points: 1: Being Government medical college the fee structure of this college is very less compared to private medical college. 2: Faculties are very good 3: Infrastructure is very good with Ac lecture halls yes you read that right. 4: Two seater hostel rooms with 24 hr water and electricity supply at a cost of only 12 rupees per month. 5: Clinical exposure is very good Cons: 1: Malda is about 300 kms apart from Kolkata and it is considered as peripheral college. 2: No playing ground
Overall, it is fruitful for me to be a part of this college. The facilities are good and there is a large scope for improvement of one's personality. The faculty is also great and there is periodical visits to various industrial units.
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