I had been looking for a good medical college with decent fees structure since we all know Medical Colleges demand really high fees. I dropped a year so that I can fulfil my dreams and get into a good Medical College. Despite my best efforts my NEET score was average but good enough to get me into this college.
I wasn’t sure at first, however, after going through the college’s prospectus, I thought it would be just the right place for me considering its nominal fees and Alumni groups.
Companies like TCS, Novartis and Cognizant are regular recruiters of our college. The placements of the college are decent as compared to other Medical Colleges. We are also provided with numerous internship opportunities.
For acquiring admission, I had to first make sure that I was Eligible , that is having secured marks above 50% and a good NEET score. Once we submit the scores, They put up a merit list on their website, and then the selected candidates are asked to go to the university for an interview.
The placements are provided by many companies, who hire students on the basis of the marks scored by them, their determination, talents and their research papers. The placements are completely merit based.
I had got admission in this college in the year 2018. After completion of my schooling. I had chosen MBBS because of a medical student from the background. And I want to become a doctor with great skills in the Medical field.
Placement offered by the college and supervision is professing big companies like karmic designs Pvt. limited and TCS etc and their stipend is near 5000/month and more according to the ability of the candidate. They are giving employment opportunities and carrying amateur who meets there required skill and proficiency.
I got admission way back during 2017, I vividly remember giving an entrance examination university level and when I acquired the required marks, I was called for an interview and the shortlisted candidates were listed on the merit list notice board.
There were many companies offering positions to the students, they chose students according to their performance. The placements generally didn't have a huge stipend but they were around 15000 and the companies had told that the students will be permanent after a period of 6 months and then they would have a raise at that time.
I had got admission to this MUHS on the basis of after schooling and completion of the entrance exam, I had got 55% marks in my entrance exam. I chose the B.Sc Nursing to enhance my skills in the field of nursing through this course.
The placements are excellent are is 100% in colleges like armed forces medical college and other colleges as well. The internship is also offered in army hospitals. The graduates join directly armed forces for service in the field.
I passed my 12th standard with average marks in all the three main subjects and I have given NEET, so my profile matched with MBBS course requirements. There was an entrance test with 3 question papers each of 100 marks by which the admission process starts. If you pass the test, documents, and fees to be submitted for confirmation.
There are several internship opportunities as you finish three years as the final year is for an internship. It is not fixed in which hospital the internship is done but it is mandatory. University was a great help as many seniors got to the internship at the same university where they study but there are no placement opportunities.
The campus life at Maharashtra University of Health Sciences - [MUHS] is good including the faculty and curriculum. Although some additional services in the library and laboratory can be really helpful to the students.
I applied to the Master of Occupational therapy in several universities. But my preference was Maharashtra University of Health Sciences - [MUHS] my grades were no that high, still, I wanted to do masters in this particular field. The admission process requires a graduation degree with all the required documents. It can be online as well as on-campus.
the process of getting admissions in this college for the MBBS course is to secure at least 50% in the 10+2 board examinations and sit the NEET examinations, securing the desired no. of the rank will get you the admission
The placements in the colleges are nearly 100% as all the passed out students tend to get placed in most of the government hospitals or in the hospitals allotted specially for army personnel. The stipend they get is also satisfactory enough.
The admission to MBA for this college is through its online portal which has a detailed procedure on how to apply for it and what is the selection procedure. the minimum requirement is that the person should have completed his/her graduation with 1st division.
There are plenty of placements and job opportunities for the students studying MBA there, and as we all know the most important part of doing MBA is to get a good paying job, almost the placement is 100% for the students who sits for placement.
MUHS is a well reputed college and my experience in this college has been nothing but good. It has been quite pleasant all these years with the faculty being quite generous and supportive, the college infrastructure was great, and there were all basic necessities provided to the students.
MUHS, Nashik provides best placements for students of MBBS. There is a drastic increase in the placements in recent years and is excepted to rise even more in the coming years. Some of the companies visiting the campus for placements are Novartis, TCS, Cognizant, etc.
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