Pros of being in an government medical college:- Good education Great teaching staff Affordable fees Lot of clinical experience Government medical colleges always have an attached civil hospital with daily patient turnover of 5000. Providing you a lot of scope to master your clinical skills The college has a huge library. With a/c and non a/c. Compartments. The library provides wifi 24/7 and a computer room that can be used for educational and entertainment purposes The hostel has a huge campus with different courts for volleyball basketball and table tennis. There is huge ground for cricket as well as football. Badminton indoor court is also available. Cons:- The mess food is not something you might like. The hostel rooms are not spacious and are untidy The city of Solapur is small as compared to other metropolitan cities The government medical college of Solapur is a place worth learning from. I place i still miss after completing my undergraduate studies!!!
You get to learn all the subjects of MBBS. Starting from anatomy to final year medicine The teaching staff are mostly recognized Drs with clinical experience in their field for nearly 25-30 years . The college conducts exam twice a year and there is a university exam at the end of every year of your 4.5 years of college
Nearly 100% of the students get placements after completing MBBS from the college The average package of students is 6 lakh rupees per anum Students become eligible after completing 4.5 years of college and 1 year of internship
Fees structure nearly 70000/per semester With special allowances for sc/st/ ews /nt and other reservation students. Minority castes also have certain exemptions in their fees and additional scholarship of Rs 25000 every year
The library consists of all the subjects in your curriculum Every year the top 100 students of the colleges recieve books on loan for a year Sport facilities available:- Cricket Football Basketball Badminton Table tennis An auditorium for yearly festivals. There is a dhondiba library run by the student of this college
Actually, in the MBBS course, there is no issue of placement. After completing 4.5year course we have to do a 1yr internship in which you get earning of 5k per month. Also after the internship, you get the MBBS degree. Then you have to do 1year service in a rural area where you get 60k-80k payment per month from the government. After that, you can start your clinic or many government job opportunities available like a medical officer. One can also study further by cracking the NEET PG/ NEXT exam.
At first it may seem a very lenient college/administration, especially when the rival medical colleges in Mumbai are very strict but over the years you realize that it was for the better and the other college students suffer of inexperience, bookworm culture and unknown of "duniyadari".
This college is one of the best medical colleges in Maharashtra. Within short span of 5-6 years it has gained high reputation. The college is also in well reputed area of juhu. Number of patients is also high.
I don't find any negative remarks regarding our college except that the UGstudnets have to wait for 4years before appearing for the NEET pg courses. Rest everything is postivie. We are currently the 2nd best medical college in india after AIIMS New Delhi. And we are provided with world class facilities and iam glad that i got admission in this college.
Overall College is Good except fees of College course not affordable for Middle class family students. College staff is good. College campus is good. Result of College good. Infrastructure of College is good,all. The facilities are available except mess food not too good.
After completion of MBBS, there was no issue of placement. 100 percent of students settled either in a job or practice. The average salary for plain MBBS is around Rs 60000 per month at the starting.
MBBS is a good option as you can earn well as well can contribute towards society. We have vast exposure to patients, so practical learning was flawless. My institute is always innovative in teaching. We had lectures, patient bedside clinics, field visits as well as courtroom visits.
All India common medical entrance examination. The course chose me. There was only one seat left and I had no other option.
Fees was expensive but we fought and made it cheap. We were charged for the paying seat which is like 1.5 lacs per year but we fought a case in the high Court and won and the college had to reduce it to like 25000 per year .
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