The college is good enough in my opinion. But the security of the students is less and also there are not much guards on the entrance points of the campus so it should be taken into account and to be dealt with.
It is a med school so basically our subjects are related to the same. the course curriculum is fine, But it can be improved. The syllabus is sufficient but the method of teaching neend some changing. Yes the knowledge is industry specific and enough to help securing campus placements.
The placement of my college is good enough. The placement for the internship is in the Lok Nayak Hospital associated with the college itself. The clinical exposure here is quite sufficient for the expertise of the interns. No I have not availed any internships yet because I am not graduated.
The fest celebrated here is the "Synapse". It is an intercollege fest i. e. students of different colleges can join the fest and enjoy. The event has many activities like the star nights and the performances of the societies of the college which are quite entertaining. Also there is an intracollege fest named "Goonj" which also is a great 3 day fest where the college students get to interact with each other.
The fee for my programme is very cheap as it is a government medical college. The fees was 4445/- rs including 2000/- security fees and the mode of payment was through a challan at the syndicate bank in the campus itself. The fees is quite feasible in my opinion.
Yes the college offer scholarship opportunities to students but I have not availed any so I cannot describe it.
The campus life here is quite good except the fact that the area outside the campus is not much safe. The gender ratio here is about 4:3 I guess. The extra curricular activities are good like the sports facilities available are good and the labs are also great. The debates here are quite informative and are academic and non-academic also organised by the students themselves.
Yes, I have opted for hostel. The hostel fees is about 500 a month and the rooms available are shared by 4-7 students. Yes the seats are few and the students living in the PGs nearby spend almost around 10000-15000 per month in the travelling and the PG cost itself.
Yes the seniors are quite helpful here and they share their experience with us and which help us a lot going through the exams and the other problems which we face.
I got admission by giving NEET-2019. I chose this because this is the best institution for mbbs in india. The steps were NEET EXAM, NEET RESULT, COLLEGE ALLOTMENT (Councelling), MEDICAL TEST, ADMISSION. The neet result was about a month after the commencement of the exam and the councelling was started after about a monthnof the result. After the college allotment the admission was about a week or two from the councelling date.
The faculty is good enough, They are all qualified doctors. The minimum age I guess is about 25 years and the minimum educational qualification is the degree of MBBS. Most of them are expert in their fields and have pretty clear concepts and also teaching ability is good. Yes their lectures hold industry experience including all types of clinical things.
In MBBS there are no such placement procedures as in engineering Almost 100% of students get easily placed at hospitals. But many opt for getting a PG seat by preparing and clearing NEET PG. Many take drop years for it My plan is to prepare for NEET PG and Clear it after getting the degree
After 4.5 years if your MBBS course you have to take a learning experience with your elder doctors or your representation. You have many options to do jobs if you want to continue your studies for MD/MS so you can opt for gov MBBS doctor in your own colleges otherwise you can also keep continuing you doctorate experience from the same college that they provided. Almost 90% to 100% of students were selected in the same college or in another top hospital in India.
After IV semester they are eligible for campus placements there are various company is that come for the campus placements I don't know exactly the details of the average students who got the placements as I am new almost 95% students get the campus placements and I am planning to do a private job after the degree.
The admission process was quite easy in the for 5-year MBBS in Bachelor of Medicine it requires aggregate 50% of marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. I have submitted my documents and proceed with the admission.
The placement record is pretty good in the college. There is a placement wing in the college which caters to the placement needs of the students. Apart from the placement assistance, they provide assistance through mock interviews.
This is the best place where i could have been. It's just amazing being here. The culture, the academics, everything about this college is so fascinating.
I gave the IPU CET exam and got rank 1300 approx. I choose this course because this is the best for biology people. There is no interview process.
Placement is good, U get easily jobs in private hospitals as junior residents. But most prefer pg exam preparation. The pg exam gives u a chance to be a specialized doctor so most guys try this exam. Some do junior residentship and some go foreign for higher studies. Private hospitals do not come to recruit.
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