There are various student societies for arts and drama, singing and dancing and there is an athletic association and sports society. Main festivals are annual sports and annual fest euphoria and festivals like Saraswati puja Janmashtami etc. College life, in general, is awesome.
There are separate hostels for girls and boys total hostels are about 8. The fee is INR 6000 per annum. PG's outside costs about INR 5000 per month. Food is good and it cost INR 2500 per month. No wifi for students. quality of infrastructure is not satisfactory.
The daily routine is strict. There are 2 terminal exams for each subject and a yearly professional exam. Quality is good but the method is average. My experience is good at this college.
For general candidates, the fee is INR 30000 per annum. For reserved it is INR 24000 per annum. Only state-run scholarships are available. About 50% students get it. Loans are not needed.
I haven’t done any internship yet. I have done an internship for one year with INR 7500 per month as a stipend. Alumni network is very strong. We have no placements.
The candidate must clear the NEET exam and must have passed the 12th from a recognized institute.
No societies or clubs are present. There is an annual fest called EUPHORIA which lasts for a week. Life in college is busy as expected although people tend to find entertainment in hostels.
Separate hostels for girls and boys. Annual hostel fees INR 5000. Although work is being done on improving the infrastructure.
The classes are held from 9 am - 4 pm. Teaching standard is average as expected in a state-run government college with a low ranking. It's a difficult journey but students survive nonetheless.
The annual course fee for a general candidate is around INR 36000 rupees. Numerous scholarships are available for poor and category students.
There are no campus placements in medical colleges. Students do a one-year compulsory rotatory internship in the attached hospital and earn an average stipend of INR 7 - 10000 per month.
You have to clear NEET to get admission in MLNMC. Candidates who have opted for PCB are eligible to sit for the exam. Cutoffs are variable. For instance, this year's cut-off was 560+ marks.