The internship is done in the same college after which we can work in other hospitals or have our own clinic or else try for Pg exams.
Any student who clears NEET exam is allowed to attend the counselling held by the state government.. cut off for my college in 2017 was approx 350.
I haven’t done any internship yet.
One must clear the NEET/JIPMER MBBS exam to get admission in this college. Minimum of 140 cutoff mark is required.
There is Yaazh club for music, a rotract club for social activities, dance club, sports club, speech club and many more. There is a grand cultural fest and sports day twice a year. Many intercollege and intracollege events are also conducted. The college life is just perfect and helps to mold the future of the students in a great way.
There is one cafeteria. There are around 5 to 6 hostels on the college campus. There are sufficient PG seats. The food in the college is hygienic and tasty. Digital classrooms, lab and a library with an enormous collection of books are available. The college is located in the main part of the city and hence have many places to hang around.
The classes are taken by an amazing and well-experienced set of faculties. There are various symposiums, seminars and workshops that are arranged in the college. There are frequent examinations to enable the students to be consistent with their academic performance. The method of teaching is through smart boards, high-tech models and high-quality labs. The overall experience of the college is amazing. There are various activities conducted for the well-being of the students.
The fee per year is only around INR 15,000. The scholarships are available according to the caste as per government rules. The loans can be given by government banks. Apart from this first graduate scholarship is also available.
Internships are of top quality and enable the students to have a great exposure to the patients. The Alumni of the college are in top positions and few of them work as professors in the same college.
The eligibility criteria are 50% of marks in the board examinations. The entrance exam required to get admission in the college is National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET). The typical cut off varies according to the year and categories. But this year (2017) the cut off for general category was around 560 marks out of 720 through All India Quota. It is comparatively less in the State Quota.