There are 2 courses available, MBBS and Paramedical. I am doing my MBBS which is a full-time course of 5 years and 6 years with 1 year of compulsory rotating internship. the annual intake of students is 100. The Paramedical course is of 2 years with annual 40 intake and selection on the merit basis of Uttar Pradesh State Medical Faculty (UPSMF).
The college being a government one has sure placements with starting stipend Rs.88,000 or Rs.70,000 . There are various opportunities in private and government sector as there is also an on-record internship that was through the college.
For MBBS I annually pay Rs.40,800 according to the All India Quota. The college has an average fees as it is a government college and also has good education system which make it worth paying this amount.
There are many cultural events held throughout the year and events like blood donation camps, yoga day and national fests. The college campus is also good which provides space for carrying on physical activities.
For registering myself for the NEET Uttar Pradesh Counselling I visited the official portal of Directorate General of Medical Education and Training, Uttar Pradesh. Next, I was selected on the basis of my scorecard and was allotted a seat in the college according the All India Quota.
The faculty at my college is well-qualified and well-trained and is very supportive in helping students in achieving and understanding what they want and need to. The faculty promotes self-learning in students and provide them with all kind of knowledge as and when required.
MBBS comprises 4.5 years of academics and 1 year of compulsory rotatory internship. Starting from 1st year and 2nd year where you're taught preclinical subjects and in next 3rd and 4th-year clinical subjects. The student ratio is almost 60:40 (M: F). At the time we are sort of faculty but the existing faculty is highly competent and hard-working.The administration is trying hard to get complete this shortage of faculty
It is a good college to opt for ur medical studies. Although there is much of politics and like stuff keep on happening still the exposure to medical science is good there is a vast opportunity to learn lot of things that your co students in other colleges can not learn. If you are willing to learn something there are people ready to teach you anytime
Balancing all the pros and cons, the overall experience was different and enriching for me. I appreciate it more now especially the skills I learnt there have made me a more adjustable person. Ragging is something that should stop, but then again insolence towards seniors should not be tolerated either.
As we already know clearing NEET is the mandatory factor of any MBBS course. The other eligibility criteria are to obtain 50 % with BPC stream inboard or equivalent examination, the student is expected to be of 17 years minimum while joining.
As MBBS students we have three options to either go internship through the internship program a get job there, practice in a clinic after completing MBBS further do MD which is also available at BIU.
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