The main event in our college is our fest, which is names PLEXUS. Plexus is like a 12-day festival where the entire college including the faculty came together and participates with great enthusiasm and joy. The entire experience in my college is very fun and good to be in.
The infrastructure of our college is good and the labs are well maintained. There are separate hostels for boys and girls with facilities like ac, mess, washrooms etc. The mess has good and quality food which has a well planned menu.
Our college starts at 9am and ends at 4pm. The quality of teaching and the method of teaching is very satisfactory. The faculty is knowledgeable and are a helping hand and clear the doubts with great patience. My overall experience at college is good.
I pay Rs. 9 lakhs per year as mine is a B-category seat. Yes, scholarships are available for the reservation students and for those in need but are not given to the B-category and paid ones. Loans are also given to students who have low interests. Andhra bank provides them easily.
I’ve not done my internship yet. But our internship is for 365 days and is rotatory, which is supposed to be done in our respective medical colleges.
Nowadays, as everyone knows, getting into medical college is considered as the most difficult task one can face. After entering Inter, I personally experienced that, which was evident with the extra year I took to get into medical college. EAMCET is the exam which one was supposed to write enter medical colleges in Telangana, which is now changes to NEET though. Once, you get a good eligible rank, you got to go through a process to select the MBBS college you aspire for and after selecting it, you need to report to the college within a week and submit all the required certificates. And then your new life begins, which is full of ups and downs, rewards and punishments, and also smiles and tears. There are days when you feel you are the luckiest to get into a medical college and also days when you regret to have chosen it. But ultimately it is all worth it when you see your patients smile and thank you.
There is no student clubs or associations.
Main festivals on campus would be our yearly college fest held by the graduating batch.
There are separate hostels in our college for boys and girls. Their maintenance is average.
The hostel fee for a month is 15 thousand rupees. The hostel food is supplied by the hospital canteen in our college the food there costs 75₹ per meal.
There are other canteens too but they are individual canteens which do not have any link with the college.
Regarding quality of key infrastructure, everything lies in the range of average to below average.
Classes commence at 9:15 am for every batch and ends by 4 pm from Monday to Saturday.
Exams and assignments are given on a weekly basis depending on our schedule.
Teaching quality is average.
Overall this is a good place if you want to have a decent time studying and enjoying your college year.
I'm a "MANAGEMENT CATEGORY STUDENT" so my yearly fee is 11 lakhs.
To obtain a yearly scholarship you have to get distinctions in final exams of every passing year. On average around 10-15 people get scholarships.
Loans are very much required, the passing of loans depends upon the bank.
I have not yet reached the year where I'm allowed to do an internship in my college.
After graduating top 10 students are sent to Pittsburgh University.
Salary is variable according to the specialization.
Regarding eligibility criteria, students must qualify for NEET examination. THE cut off rank since this is an A Category Institute is around 1500 state rank.