College infrastructure is very good , pleasant view feels like we were in garden, less noisy area. Good education , friendly faculties ,good availablity of study resources from library over all college view is good but those who prefer to take hostel consider that you are the one ,responsible for make you comfortable if any problem with in hostel give information to the warden as soon as possible so they can take charge earlier, don't neglect it..
About admission process they are conducting entrance exam and also admission is go through by merit basis..
I prefer this college because of the first impression that created in, my mind was the college nature ,then people good opinions about i...
I have both yes and no for this because. i feel like the students feel more stressed . by more rules. and yes of course they implement rues for the safety of students anf faculties. but some students feel it like a stress. and 1 more thing is. one student can borrow only 1 book . it would be better if they change it.like 1 student can borrow 2 books from library
The college provides placement opportunities to its students. Also, there's a mandatory internship of 6 months the stipend of which varies depending on the posting of he student. It can be INR 10000 or more.
There's a compulsory internship program set for law students which is of 10 months in their duration of 5 years. Each semester has one month of internship program, each having different cases that the student needs to handle and understand.
positively speaking their maintenance, staffs rules are good and infra structure very much good even many movie shootings are taken in our college but what negative is academic fee for MBBS students are high.
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