M.B.B.S. | Batch of 2020
Written on 29 Nov 2017
Class timings are from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm, with the inclusion of 3 hours of clinical postings. With various activities like group discussions, seminars, small group teachings, quizzes, online tests, the quality of the teaching department is top notch. Exams are based on a quarterly basis, with an exam coming up every 3 months or so.
The Annual fees are INR 1200000, with scholarship Facilities available to those families with a sub-minimal annual income. The number of students getting the scholarship is almost negligible as it does not reach the double figures usually. Student Loans are necessary for paying the fees, and the less fortunate ones with minimal revenue per annum are not guaranteed with the loan.
Internship programme lasts for a complete year, with key roles in all the departments of the medical field in that particular hospital. The leadership role is minimal but the exposure is to be truly taken into consideration with the vast number of patients available. It truly is a remarkable experience. Salary figures are up to INR 350000 lakhs per annum for an intern, which can spike up once an official graduate.
There are various hostels, separate for girls and boys, undergraduates, PGs, fresher's and seniors. The hostels are below par, with obnoxious fees of INR 100000 per year inclusive of food and laundry. The food is Alright , with little variety. The classrooms, library, labs are all of the highest quality infrastructures with built-in projectors in every one of the main rooms. Wifi is accessible through the campus with the exclusion of certain rooms in the hostel, where the coverage is almost nil.
Ranging from charity works to amazing sports clubs, the societies and social life in the campus is amazing. Although there is only a single festival yearly, it is one of the most awaited events in the whole campus, just because it brings in colours of joy, vivid and extremely pleasing experiences with the combination of wonderful tournaments and amazing competition throughout the festival ..it's a day where the whole culture of India is shown, now coming into college life , I would love to say it's above average , but nothing too extremely awesome.
The eligibility for admission to the university was to have a minimal of 60% marks in physics, chemistry and biology, with the inclusiveness of a 50th percentile mark on minimum for the national eligibility cum entrance test or known as NEET.The only exam that is considered Nationwide excluding some universities is the NEET exam for education in the Medical Field. Although the eligibility is only 50 percentile, which is roughly about 180 marks out of a maximum 720, the cut off marks were a lot higher. Only the upper range marks, with a minimum of more than 360 are even considered.