I love my alma mater. This is the most important peripheral medical college in West Bengal. Infrastructure is excellent in this college. All the facilities and non-teaching staffs are very well-behaved.
The course is contituted by 9 semester and 4 university exams and continuous class test and internal assessments. Total course duration 4 n half years MBBS plus one year compulsory internship. You've to secure at least 50% marks in all the exams to get promoted to the next higher semester.
We have to go through one year compulsory internship. During internship, Govt of West Bengal gives about twenty five thousands rupees as stipend to the internees. After internship is over, we're free to do our practice as an independent doctor.
Freshers welcome is celebrated in late January or early February. Annual cultural festival is celebrated in late August or early September. Saraswati puja, Rabindra Jayanti, National youth day, World Health weeks.
At the time of admission, one thousand rupees as admission fee and Four thousands five hundred seventy two rupees as tuition fee is required. Eighteen hundred rupees is required as festival fee. One thousand rupees as security money.
There are so many scholarship scheems. But Students can avail only one scholarship. Swaami vivekanand scholarship by Govt of West Bengal grants Sixty thousands rupees yearly. National means cum merit about twenty five thousands rupees yearly.
Here is a plenty of opportunities of practical experience. From the very second year, we are exposed in the clinicals. We have to deal with patients and their relatives. Labs are with very developed technologies.
In hostel we have to pay 12/- per month. In canteen, twenty one hundred rupees per month is charged. Miscellaneous fees two hundred per month is required. Other expenses depend upon you. Your expenditure may be beyond this.
Yes, senior students are very helpful. They participate in all the programmes of the college. They arrange a reunion every year. They also contribute to annual festival also. We don't need any private tuition as our seniors help us with studies.
I've to crack WBJEEM-2016 to get admitted in MBBS course. I secured a rank 1329 in the state merit list of WBJEEM-2016. Afterthat I got admitted to this college through online counselling. Counselling was done through centralised online portal. Admission procedures were done offline.
All the faculties are very student-friendly. They are very helpful and co-operative. They keep all the students alert and motivated all the times. They are expert teachers with long time experiences. No need for private tuition.
Getting an MBBS seat in India that too in a government college is itself a blessing. I decided to persue MBBS because of my inner calling. There are 250 students in one batch which makes it a little crowded but for convenience, a batch is further divided into 4 groups A B C & D to make practical classes more convenient. But for lectures, whole batch attends it together, for the first year it takes place in Sister Nivedita Large Lecture Theatre which is air-conditioned and spacious equipped with a speaker and mic so the size of the class is not an issue. As per exams are considered , NRS is way mor strict as compared to other medical colleges of kolkata , here attendance is strict and exams are taken regularly.
After passing the 9th semester and 3rd professional part 2 examination, all students become eligible for the internship which lasts for 12 months in the various departments under guidance of the pg residents and professors. At the end of the internship, we get our permanent registration number. After the internship, students can opt for 6 months of housestaffship in any department of choice based on the merit of their marks in the clinical subjects in the professional exams. Finally, after housestaffship, we can opt for either post graduation in a speciality or join hospitals for work.
All the pros have been described vividly in earlier paragraphs. Keeping them aside, yes, being a bit far away from the state capital, this place at times misses attention compared to other colleges. And the number of beds being much lower compared to the enormously large population it caters, the hospital crumbles while handling the load at times.
CMSDH is a very good college with great education, good faculty and a very good teaching system. The campus-life is very good and there are extracurricular activities as well in the college. The hospital in the college has great facilities and is very good for training.
The college has few drawbacks and I am gonna state them before as I want to end on a sweet note. The college could use more toilets and make the teachers aquainted with using the projectors. Otherwise the college ticks all the boxes . It's very clean. Everyone is helpful. All the instruments really work ( thankfully). Proper hygiene is maintened and the college really puts in a lot of work into assuring the students never face any academic problem. Also the clinical exposure is one of the best in kolkata.
Via NEET entrance test.I have been preparing for medicals since my higher secondary classes and i cracked NEET and passes ISC simultaneously.My AIR was 16056 and SR was 617 and i got admitted to Calcutta National Med Collg
MBBS is a course of 4.5 years and also with a compulsory internship of 1 year.So the total course becomes of 5.5 years.Presently the stipend is around 23-24k for undergraduate students.After doing MBBS one can practice as a general physician and also one can focus for post graduation degrees.
Our college is very much strict about studies. They take regular classtest so that we can learn from our mistakes in these class tests. College is also renowned. There are so many other courses in our college. Results of our college is also good. We love our college very much & respect our faculties. The service of the college in hospital is also good.
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