Overall , I would say my College is really awesome with respect to seniors , faculty , facilities. The teachers are knowledgeable and interested , seniors are helpful and supportive and even the working staff are assistive and polite. However few developments are still needed such as the infrastructure is too old, few instruments are to be replaced which can be done by proper funding to respective department and also the library requires books to be upgraded to latest editions
The MBBS course is oriented towards wellness of society. It teaches it's students as to how to approach a disease , it's cause , it's pathogenesis, it's diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. Since each human is unique in his own way there's always room for multiple therapies for single disease. The course is practical oriented rather than mugging up for which students have to attend hospital wards daily and get to know new cases. The course also approaches towards doctor doctor and doctor patient relationship to avoid negligence and malpractices and develop a smooth relationship between them for healthy environment. The exam pattern of the university is handled by MUHS all over Maharashtra Colleges. It consists of two theory papers of each subject of 50 marks each with 10 marks McQ 4 marks short answer questions and 8 marks long answer questions. Along with it there is a practical exam of 50 marks. In between occurs term tests and prelims for revision.
After completing final year exams it's compulsory for all students to serve for the hospital for an year as internship in various departments for specific durations. The stipend in internship is 11000 rupees. After the internship students have to appear for another entrance exams called NEET PG for post graduai seat. Seats are allowed as per the score in the test and preference order put by the student.
The College organises various number of events - co curricular , recreational social awareness based and educational. Every year blood donation camps are organised for all the needy ones and the donors are made aware of it's benefits. The College organises an annual gathering of 3 days which includes dance and singing competitions , talent hunts , modelling and various other Co curricular events wherein students of different medical Colleges across Maharashtra can participate. Various religious festivals like shiv jayanti and Ganesh chaturthi and kojagiri to instill cultural etiquettes and carry forward the traditions. Maharashtra level quizes are organised for each subjects. Graduation and convocation ceremony for all the seniors is organised for felicitating their performance.
The fee structure for second year is as :- Tuition fees + library fees = 1,19,000 RS Others - 14,500 RS It is to be submitted in the form of demand draft The fee structure is feasible as per the facilities like hostel, library and gym are provided. For students who can't afford scholarships are organised wherein the tuition fees is exempted and also the students who took admission by reservation quota of various castes are exempted from the tuition fees
For students taking admission through reservation quota of various castes , the tuition fees is exempted. Apart from that EBC scholarship system is developed for the needy ones. Students whose parents have annual income less than 8 lakh rupees are eligible for this scholarship. They have to fill the EBC forms and apply following the instructions and submitting the needed documents
Apart from regular lectures and practicals , the College organises sports events every year. Students from different Colleges are invited to compete in various games like football , basketball, badminton , chess , tennis and cricket. The winners are felicitated by the honourable DEAN. Also the College is a part of ROTARY CLUB OF NAGPUR , through which they organise trips to old age homes , nature walks , routine marathons supporting and advertising national causes like various diseases Also every year the UDAAN event is organised where the needy and special children are called and a mini Paralympics are organised for their recreation. The College organises City cleaning programed after major festival celebrations
The journey of medicos is incomplete without the senior students. They are very helpful and supportive. From how to complete journals and how to answer Viva exams to what are the important topics for theory examination , seniors play a vital role. Not only do they help in adapting to the new city and system , they also provide moral support during depression and help to tackle difficult circumstances.
To get admission in this College you need to appear an entrance exam called NEET. All over India students aspiring to get into medical courses have to appear for this exam which is of 720 marks containing MCQS 4 marks each of physics (180 marks ) chemistry (180 marks) and biology (360 marks). After securing the cut off rank of given College a form is to be filled for preference as to which College the students want. After that a merit list is uploaded and the students have to reach the College within 7 days and submit the needed documents viz migration and birth certificate , admit card , marksheet and then they receive the admission letter.
The number of teachers is appropriate to handle 150 students. Each teacher is given a batch of 20-30 students whom she counsells whole year and makes sure they are clear with the concepts. Well qualified teachers are recruited for the job through the interview so their knowledge is vast enough to guide students properly.
Speaking of medicine there is no such need and question of placement as we generally have to complete one year's internship before we get the graduation certificate and after that as well most of the MBBS graduates choose to complete post-graduation or they start off a private practice
I had been looking for a good medical college with decent fees structure since we all know Medical Colleges demand really high fees. I dropped a year so that I can fulfil my dreams and get into a good Medical College. Despite my best efforts my NEET score was average but good enough to get me into this college. I wasn’t sure at first, however, after going through the college’s prospectus, I thought it would be just the right place for me considering its nominal fees and Alumni groups.
Companies like TCS, Novartis and Cognizant are regular recruiters of our college. The placements of the college are decent as compared to other Medical Colleges. We are also provided with numerous internship opportunities.
B.K.L. Walawalkar Rural Medical College is a full-fledged medical college in Sawarda, Maharashtra recognised by the Medical Council of India . The college imparts the degree Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. In order to get admission at this institution, the student should have completed class 12 in science stream and must give the entrance exam NEET UG. The selection will be done on the basis of merit.
The college has a Placement Cell which aims at providing career guidance and opportunities to the students. They focus on preparing students for their future and enhancing their skills. The college provides with internships and job opportunities to the students. Many medical firms come and recruit the students.
I can say that my college is good in almost all expects like study, sports, activities, hostel, mess and other facilities. The negative thing is, it is outskirts from the main city and there are some rules and regulations everyone has to follow which is very tidious.
The college is a paradise. It is ranked 2nd among all the medical colleges of India.it provides a very good life in it's beautiful campus.the alumni association is fantastic here. The extra curricular activities are also present with students taking part with their own intrest
The college is very good. You can choose this college if you can pay the fees. The expensive fees are just an issue here. Also, there is bit language issue. Here the patients prefer the Marathi language over Hindi or English.
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