It's a good place, overall. Has it's flaws but it's manageable.
COMEDK, KCET and management. Around 150 students per batch. No interview but there's in-house interviews for a few seats (if they're left over). Medical is fun (or so I thought.)
Good faculty but mostly didetic lectures. Practical learning is mostly more prominent in second year. ICMR for any research opportunities. No electives.
Compulsory internship. I would tell you how if I ever had the opportunity to talk to an intern (we barely see them free). Stipend, after reducing the required amount for charity and hostel fees, is approx 2K per month for a year.
No placement. It's a medical college. Most people go for PG or search for hospitals that will take them. It's a sad life.
A fest every year. It's a pretty big event, organised by Student Council. Pretty great, you should come and see. We other minor ones through the year like camps and fund raisers and what not. Pretty active in this case.
Medical schools are always pricey. This one is no exception. Through COMEDK, it's 5.75 lakhs but it keeps increasing and plus, there's "miscellaneous" which you have to pay for.
Scholarships, not sure. No help is provided for getting a loan. It's a charitable institution, I don't expect much.
Not encourage that much by the college but the student council does try a lot to bring out a lot of extracurricular activities - and they succeed.
First years have shared rooms. You get an option of single rooms in second year. No PG. Horrible mess food. Mess is very cheap but the hostel fee is costly. Hostel is 50K for shared and it's 60K for single. It changes when you shift hostels in third year. Mess food is approx. 3K.
We work with doctors from second year. Many of them are alumni. But that's the only platform that we get. Not sure about alumni getting involved in college development.
Have internals/sessionals at the end of every term. Extra tests only if you ask for it. But exams are given more preference over lab work.
Mostly MD qualified. Very interactive and take initiative to improve the learning process. Grade A professors.
I got admission in to the college through my NEET score. NEET is conducted in the month of may and the results are out by mid june. I scored 456 in NEET and applied for counseling process. Then I got this college in my counseling and went ahead for the admission.
After completeing graduation from the college the institute provides with you an internship. You have to complete your internship in the attached hospital to the college. After completing the internship you can get in as a permanent doctor in the same hospital or go for private practice or go for govt jobs.
The positive attitude of the students and professors helped me to explore and experience new things in this college. Academically I was happy that the lessons and all the theory papers were interesting and the biology lab and anatomy sessions were fun too. And non-academically the sports events and participating in the cultural festivals were amazing.
By counseling of neetug 2018 kmc is deemed college by counseling of deemed university first we get registered in deemed university then in first around I got college in kmc Mangalore. I give 11lakh fee per year
After 4.5year, internship is available in college for one year , during internship we will get 25thousand rupees per month after one year we get job and get package of 14lakh per year. then we will also get apportunity to doing post graduate.
It's the best college to show case your talent in both hospital and circular activities.. People say medical colleges are known for raging. But no guys our college is ranging free... Our seniors are the best...
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