A GOOD MEDICAL COLLEGE
FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
The fees of this college was very high and expensive. Scholarships were provided for those students securing good marks in NEET examinations. Approximately five lakhs was an annual fee of the college including all the expenses but not the hostel and travelling fees. Payments could be taken in the form of demand draft, other online payment mode but no cash was accepted.
After completing MBBS, the college?s Hospital was open to the students to work. We could apply to the hospital and the interview was conducted. Many students opted to continue their studies while working. Any recognised hospital will take a MBBS doctor. The annual pay is Rs.7 lakhs and almost all the students get placed since it is a professional course.
The admission is granted on the basis of NEET entrance examination. After not getting any admission in the government College I apply to this college through their official website and filled in the application form. On the basis of my entrance exam and my 12th Board qualifications I got admitted to the MBBS course.
All work well qualified doctors at the University. They were working professionals and always very helpful and humble. Teachers guided as well along the career path and let us know medical skills practically. They were all very friendly and professionals.
The college was beautifully constructed and had facilities like gym, yoga, language labs, research Centre, big playgrounds where we could play all kinds of sports, clubs including art clubs like music, dance, theatre. The students had a wide diversity and everyone were very friendly towards each other.There were equal number of boys and girls.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
The course is five years long where the last six months is always the Internship months. The curriculum is divided into semester and we have to give exams as internal and external throughout the semester. The Internship is performed in the college?s hospital. Overall the curriculum is highly demanding and if a person has no passion to become a doctor it would be tough for him.