Pros- Study environment.Not much expense.Friendly.Exposure to some social and cultural activities. Cons- much away from the City-life students generally long for.Hostels and hospital premises needed to be cleaner.
MBBS-The curriculum itself is career and practical oriented.So we don't have that much of research exposure.The labs are gradually upgrading time to time. Exam procedure is hectic.Theory and Practical are there.Externals come and grill us. We have mixed type of schedule.Some day hectic.Some day chilled.
As all the MBBS course students need to complete internship.Our college is no exception.Stipend is around 25k.But due to internal and external authority failures interns never get their money on time.
We celebrate Saraswati Puja, Fresher's welcome, Annual Fest, Convocation, various kinds of sports tournaments to make our life here a bit more colourful.Authority help us quite a bit.Other expenses and responsibilities are taken care of by the students.
MBBS fees per sem-4500 Hostel fees- 144pa Exam Registration and others - 2000-3000pa At the time of entrance 6500 taken all together. Overall the fees is quite feasible for students from all layers of society.
No I didn't have availed any scholarship from any central or state authorities.As the college is a govt one it doesn't also give any type of scholarships.Central or state govt have many scholarships but they are not college oriented.
Gender Ratio 65:35 Hostel parties: We do it whenever we get some time.Either inside or we get outside our whole batch together to enjoy Workshops a few here and there Well tolerated with regards to gender. No issues by ethnicity gender religion or sexual orientation.Politics has its own filthy face here too.
Yes I have opted for the hostel.2 students share one room.Is messy and not clean.Much cleanliness work is to be done for regular basis. Avg Rent - 144pa. Rooms are airy, sunshine comes.But as it's beside the highway lots of dust come too
Almost no ragging.Some seniors are rough.They harass sometimes.But no physical torture culture here.Seniors are helpful with their books, notes, they guide us in tough times.We share best moments play sports games.
I wanted to be a doctor.I chose MBBS.I had to prepare for it hard.I got through NEET Exam.I had two choices All India and State Quota.I got a general rank at the lower range and got admission in this college through General Quota.
Pros- they try to deliver us the most of the knowledge to their capacity at our best ease.They give us time and space.Not too much strict or rough behaviour.Mixes us with a great extent. Cons- some are busy with their practising doesn't invest that much of time.
After passing the 9th semester and 3rd professional part 2 examination, all students become eligible for the internship which lasts for 12 months in the various departments under guidance of the pg residents and professors. At the end of the internship, we get our permanent registration number. After the internship, students can opt for 6 months of housestaffship in any department of choice based on the merit of their marks in the clinical subjects in the professional exams. Finally, after housestaffship, we can opt for either post graduation in a speciality or join hospitals for work.
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.
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.
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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