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manpreet108
Aim NEET PG

need advice regarding suitable colleges for M.B.B.S
hi friends..

pls excuse me if this question is at a wrong place.
i ve come across queries by few close friends who have manged to get rank close to 500 and 800 in all india CBSE exam--as to what colleges they should opt for ...and what colleges they should never pick up even when available..

i would really appreciate if u all could take some time out of our routine problem solving and add some information regariding yr own college from which u r pursuing MBBS or have completed recently--taking into account colleges reputaion--like standars of teaching,availability of faculty,strikes etc and politics in institute,partial attitude if any towards CBSE students,regularity of clinics.....in brief the kind of atmosphere prevailing in yr college ...and weather as a first hand experienced person u would recommend this institute to yr friends.

hope to get some information through this...and thanks for bearing with this out of way post..

regards.
manpreet

[sorry moderators--i thought that only those who have been doing MBBS or passed can guide me more on this ,rather than anyone in CBSEPMT forums who are yet to step into this.]

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neodoc


I have done graduation from Bangalore Medical College.
standard of teaching: acceptable
availability of faculty: good
strikes etc and politics in institute:nil
partial attitude if any towards CBSE students:any student who is not attentive can draw attention
regularity of clinics:regular
hostel: boys-ok far from college
girls-good in hospital campus
location: city central but dirty surroundings


manpreet108
Aim NEET PG

thanks neodoc for this info-i appreciate yr help.

hope to see some more people sharing their views...
pls do mention if any spl requirement exist--like bond conditions.
or any language problems can be a hindrance spl when clinics start towards 2nd year,for outsiders.


neodoc


i dont know present situation for bonds.
it changes every year.
language is easy because most people can understand hindi and local language (kannada) is ok to manage with some practice.


lazybonezzz


Re: need advice
manpreet108 wrote:

[sorry moderators--i thought that only those who have been doing MBBS or passed can guide me more on this ,rather than anyone in CBSEPMT forums who are yet to step into this.]


hey manpreet108,
the primary aim of postin in the appropriate forum is so that ur qs can b answered asap
since uve made a specific request & u feel that ur query will b better answered by stayin in naggin 4 a few days
ill move it after it has been satisfactorily answered icon_biggrin.gif


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drsmita_s
Aim DNB Part 2

stanley medical college , chennai:
standard of teaching and faculty : quite good.
clinics :regular
politics , strikes etc: almost nil
attitude towards outside state doctors: may be a bit partial, but not much,i wud say(based on my personal experience).
language: a little difficult to learn, but must.
hostel ; okay, within the campus.
location: centre of the city.

surgery , plastic surgery, gastroenterology , g.i.surgery are specially very good.


AshB


Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner
Standard of teaching and faculty: Average, many of the the better ones are slated to retire soon
Clinics: Regular if u want to.
Politics: None, very simple n peaceful city as well as college
Partiality: 0%..
Language: No problem for north indians at least or others who can learn hindi
Hostel: Average, not bad. Large rooms that r enuf in no.
Fun and activities: Pretty uncertain, depending on d student association
Atmostphere: More on d conservative side, Interaction between gals n boys not very frank.
Pre-PG selections: VERY good with top ranks in national exams pretty often.
City: Very peaceful n simple. But no major hangout places, so kind of boring at times for fun loving people.


manpreet108
Aim NEET PG

thanks smita and ash B for yr valuable information.

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