The infrastructure is beautiful, very close to CP, India gate. Centrally located. The accommodation is cheap. The fees are reasonable. The people are way too competitive, the thing I don't like personally. Then there are tests and tests, the schedule is very tight. Don't have much social life. You have to read a lot, which is the most boring part of this course.
AIPMT, it depends on your rank, try to be below 1000 all India rank. No interview was taken. All certificates have to be deposited and a bond has to signed. The bond says that during your course of MBBS you won't leave the course anywhere in between. You sign it with the government of India. I chose this course because I felt that I should be adventurous enough to try something new.
If you have an interest in understanding what happens inside you and what happens in other people with diseases or disease, it's the course to go for. It is solely based on practical learning and hence a lot of emphasis is laid on it. ICMR can be done but it is done with the government not with the medical institute.
Yes, 1 year compulsory internship in LNJP hospital. It is mainly for providing some experience to the students. We get 15,000 per month. But we have 12 hour duties from Monday to Sunday and sometimes 24 hours as well. We may get a night shift or a day shift, so we have to be prepared for everything.
We have to give the NEET PG exam before getting placed in a hospital. We do have a compulsory 1 year internship in LNJP hospital after 4.5 years. We get around 15,000 per month in our internship and after that we give NEET PG exam.
It is quite reasonable as you have to pay only Rs.2045 per year, but initially you have to pay a security amount of Rs. 2000, so the total fees of MBBS in this institute is around Rs. 11,000 for the whole year. It's quite reasonable when compared to other colleges which are run privately, who take around Rs. 7,00,000 per annum and the total fees becomes around 40,00,000 for 5.5 years of MBBS.
Yes, I was in a sharing room, paid Rs. 6,650 for the year. Food is nice a bit spicy though.
Yes, life is full of exams now.
Great faculty, highly educated and specialized. All of them are quiet interactive and usually teach through demonstrations and presentations. The are crystal clear about what they teach and also tell us a lot about life. There is loads to learn, gathering even 10% of there knowledge would be an honor.
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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