Bangalore Medical College has a good infrastructure consisting of labs, library and good classrooms. Labs are highly equipped with modern instruments . Classrooms are air conditional with good seating facility. Hostel food is generally hygienic and tastes okay. We have basketball court and volleyball court.
I am first year MBBS undergraduate student and I got this college based on my good NEET score. The teacher who teaches here all are highly experienced doctors. Our curriculum is always updated as it follows government rules. The one who completes his/her MBBS from this college will be highly preferred by big hospitals.
As this is a Medical college there is no placements but we have one year of internship. Student after graduation can go for post graduation or start practicing. Salaries vary from 140000 to 35000 depending upon your job. No recruiting companies come to the campus.
I pay around 70000 per year .If you want hostel facility then extra 26000 you should pay. You can only get admission in this college if you have cleared your competitive exam with good score. Yes I feel my money is getting worth as I will be recognized as a savior of life.
Our campus is great as we have extra curriculum activities. Our teachers and seniors support us in every field. It is located at a good place and as it is a medical college it can handle emergencies. I would be very happy if we had more sports facilities.
All the necessary infrastructure exists , the hospitals and associated campuses are huge and have brilliant patient facilities and standard of care . The new college building is huge and contains the required labs for practicals . Overall it’s more than self sufficient a place for a government Set up institution
The level of competition , drive and motivation is outstanding . Students are here from the NEET examination and are majorly the top 100 in the state . The academics is tough , yet very interesting . We have professors who motivate us and make us push our limits further !
Since medical colleges do not have the concept of placements , but once you graduate from an institution like BMCRI , others hospitals and clinic in India as well as abroad recognise you well and provide you with great designations at their institutes
Karnataka NEET 2021 for 85% State Quota Seats.
Category - UR
Closing Rank - 1372
Score - 644
Category - OBC
Closing Rank - 1024
Score - 580-560
Closing rank - 12755
Score - 585
Closing rank - 36100
Score - 520
NEET 2018 Cut off
UR - 689-469
OBC - 469-466
SC - 469-353
ST - 467-304
General PH - 467-213
OBC PH - 214-211
SC PH - 210-131
ST PH - 214-119
For the general category, a rank between 700-800 for AIQ is good and for the state quota, a rank within 8k is good.
For an SC candidate, a rank between 55k is good enough to ensure a seat in Bangalore Medical College. The score would be around 430+.
For an ST aspirant, a rank of around 36k is required. The marks would be like 465+.
MBBS stands for Bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery. It is a 4.5 year professional undergraduate course which makes the professional doctors. There is a one year internship cum practise program in which there are several postings are there in order to make the doctors perfect.
Taking about the fee structure for the course. It depends upon the insititue in which you are going to take admission. There is a huge difference in the fees structure of private institute and government institutions.
Private institute have their fees structure in lakhs or crores whereas government colleges have their fees in thousands to some lakhs.
I hope this answer will help you.
Please specify the full form of the college as well as the place at which it is situated. there are several colleges in India with the acronym BMC, like, Bharat Mata College, Kochi; Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore; Brihan Maharashtra College, Maharashtra. If you specify the particular, then I will try to help you.
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