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One thing about Gandhi that stood out to me the most is the infrastructure. Despite being a government college, it has good infrastructure: all the labs are fully equipped. And the libraries are well ventilated, spacious halls providing a huge collection of books. We also have huge lecture gallery classrooms for different subjects where benches and smart boards are in good condition, We also have different grounds for different sports. Boys and girls hostel are in good condition and very hygenic
The teaching is good. But in mbbs course you have to read and understand on your own.. the teachers try their best to make you understand.. you have to put efforts. For the new batches the mci changed the curriculum which introduced integrated teaching, seminars etc which helps the students develop their eloquency and confidence as well.
Gandhi medical college has a good name in the outside world. Many top doctors in the multispeciality hospitals like Care Hospital, Apollo are fron Gandhi. So if you are a gandhi alumnus, you will be noted in the scenario of joh applications. That's how feel.. I am still in 2nd year of mbbs..
14000/- per year and fir wnd year which is 1.5 years is 21000/-
Our college has a good infrastructure and all the necessary facilities and equipment. Our library and sport centres are good too. The classrooms, laboratories and hostels need to be improved with their facilities and decorum. The food quality also needs improvement.
I am a first year medico with a great passion for surgery. The quality of teaching is pretty good, we have amazing faculty. Our curriculum is well updated and has got few good competencies to keep the teaching more practical.
Here in medical colleges, students are not placed. But we do have to complete a mandatory internship in our final year with a minimal pay of not more than 17K-20K. Students who go for higher studies are paid monthly stipend during their practice according to the department they get into.
My course costed 18K initially and we don't pay per year as it is a government college. We've been getting more than our money's worth. It's very fortunate to get into a government medical college.
Our campus life is quite awesome. We have lots of fun during the fests and other cultural events. We have two auditoriums, gymnasium, and good sport centres.
The college infrastucture can be said as good. We are provided with many facilities like a big library, cool sport centres but we also lag in few other facilities like average canteen arena and not so hygienic food.
I am studying MBBS first year in Gandhi Medical College. The quality of teaching is good. Yes, we are updated and our curriculum does include the recent developments in the medical field. Yes, what I study makes me job ready.
There is nothing called placements as such, because it is a medical college. We are paid for our internship in our final year like around 20,000 as of now. And then our stipend depends on our further practice.
We paid 18.000 initially for admission into the college, and further do no have any per semester fee to pay. Yes, I'm getting worth more than the money.
Our campus is very green and maintained well. It has got good auditorium and sports centres. But it has comparitively smaller campus.
Our college has very good infrastructure when compared to many other colleges in the city.And it has a big library accommodating many users and the labs are equally good.The living places are hygienic and the food is average
MBBS as it my passion and ofcourse the faculty here will do their best to help us in learning. Yes the curriculum is updated and includes all the recent developments.And i dont think we are ready to practice now.
Three.Placements are offered only to the final year students..they are hired by the private hospitals after the completion of course.There are a good number of students getting hired every year and yes the college was supportive
Yes, our college has necessary infrastructure, facilities and equipment The classrooms are provided with projectors, the library is huge and calm, the sport centres are really looked up to. The hostels are average. All of them are well maintained. The food is not that good though.
I'm studying MBBS because it's my passion. The quality of teaching is good. The curriculum is well updated and includes all the recent developments and high level competencies. Yes, what I study makes me job ready.
We are paid for our Internship in the final year. We do not have placements. After our Internship, we write an exam called NEXT and then our stipend depends on our score in the exam and the hospital we join in to practice.
We were charged 18,000/- initially fir the admission into the college and an additional 10,000/- hostel fees. yes, the knowledge gained here is worth more than what we've paid.
The best features of my campus are the auditorium and the sport centres. We can engage in all sorts of Extra-curricular activities. The staff is very friendly. Yes, our college is the core when it comes to handling emergencies in Hyderabad.
Our college has good infrastructure...... Like smart boards...... E library.... Well equiped labs... But there is no free wifi though..... Expect this everything is fine with the infrastructure part...... Everything is maintained really good.... Coming to the living spaces they too are maintained neat and food is not that good..... Of course no food prepared outside can ever beat the home made food...
I am in mbbs first year right now.....Coming to the faculty part it's fine..... But remember one thing once u had entered a professional course u can't expect any spoon feeding sort of stuff here... So u have to do urself..... Of course the faculty definitely supports u but ur part is major than the faculty..... Of course our faculty too puts lots of efforts to make us understand....... By innovative methods too.... Apart from the clinical exposure everything is at par with the updated curriculu
We actually don't have any placements.... We are paid until our internship and then we are gonna write NEXT exam based on which we are going to get our pg seat after that ur going to paid as per the pg clg u have entered
Nearly 40k to 50k including mess fee , hostel fee, books, etc etc apart from tution fee
Well since we have just entered our mbbs this year... We have lots of fun of course studies too..... Of course we are engaged with various activities such as seminars, group discussions etc etc.... Which helps u to overcome ur stage fear.... Teachers are of course supportive.... Coming to it's location.... It's placed almost in the heart of the city.... And it's safe too
Finally....at this level it doesn't matter I to which clg u are into...... But into which ever clg u are u have to make the best out of it
Though our college campus, being in the heart of the city, occupies smaller area, it has an appreciable and well-maintained infrastructure. We have been provided with all the necessary laboratories, digital and normal libraries, sports arenas and halls. The canteen food tastes great. And I believe there are still more to explore as I'm only a fresher here.
I'm pursuing MBBS, and from this year (2019) onwards, there has been a tremendous change in our curriculum and syllabus. It's no more taught the same way, but the classes are made more interactive and are encouraging self-directed learning. Well, it's the condition in the whole nation, but I'm glad to say that our college is following the rules well enough, implementing the new changes and working on for the betterment.
We actually don't have placements, we are paid Rs 20,000/month during the final year of internship. After that, we give NEXT exam to get into Postgraduate course, and the stipend depends on the type of course and college.
The initial installment costs Rs 18,000. And the hostel charges include Rs 10,000. I estimate the total cost for the whole course to be approximately Rs 60,000- 70,000. And I find it quite reasonable.
Our campus provides us a lot of facilities to cherish in various fields apart from studies. We have tournaments and fests where we can exhibit all our talents and arts, and also learn more. The activities vary from cricket, badminton to dancing, singing, writing, acting and many more. The student and staff are friendly and good. It's a safe zone and can handle emergencies. The location is the best, situated near railway, metro and bus station.
On the whole, it's a bliss to be a Gandhian. But only with a single drawback, the first-years are restricted from many activities (for the welfare between senior-junior relationship). But from the next year onwards, there's a lot of freedom and a lot more to explore.
Being a government college, our college has a great infrastructure comparatively. A calm and huge library. The laboratories are so well equipped that it has become the hub for research by medical students in the city. The faculty is highly experienced and approachable. The sport centres are good and students maintain them. The hostels are clean, though rooms are not spacious enough. The living places are maintained clean and the food hygiene, as of now can be rated as average.
I'm pursuing MBBS at Gandhi Medical College, Secunderabad. I am intrigued by the subject of surgery and aim to be one of the best surgeons in my field. Yes, our curriculum is very well updated and includes the recent developments and competencies. The quality of teaching is above average including group discussions, seminars and other creative ways to keep us working. Definitely, these studies hone my skills to make me job-ready.
The UG interns at our college are currently offered the package of 2 lakh 40 thousand rupees for a 12 month internship at our hospital. We don't have placements as such as in non medical colleges. After UG internship another entrance exam NEXT is given and the students are given choices of departments according to their score. And once they're posted in the hospitals they're given monthly stipends depending on their subject and the hospital.
My college charged 18,000 for admission. They don't charge per year. That's the only money we need to pay. Yes, these studies are worth more than what we've paid for.
Our college area scales about 10 acres. We can engage in almost every sport. Be it badminton, volleyball, throwball. We have an amazing basketball court and a large cricket ground. The greenery is something most cherished. All the events are conducted in the cellar and the huge and awesome auditorium making it the best campus life one can enjoy in our state. Location is Secunderabad, pretty safe. And the hotspot for handling all the emergencies of the city.
Our college now stands at 16th rank in the country (By India Today). And was also ranked 18th nationally in Outlook India. My college has the distinction of being the first open heart surgery centre of combined state of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. I'm fortunate to be a student of GMC
AIIMS, on one hand, is an excellent brand but considering Bibinagar, teaching is average as compared to Delhi and so is training hands-on experience given. GMC on other hand is too good for live cases and the breadth and depth of cases have been observed which gives students really good hands-on exposure adding top-notch placements.
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It would be really difficult to predict the exact chances of admission in IGMC Shimla with your NEET marks. This is because the NEET cutoff varies every year and it depends on various factors. The NEET Cutoff depends on various factors like : difficulty level of the paper, number of aspirants appearing for the examination, etc. IT would have been better if you have mentioned your NEET rank.
Anyways, Based on the previous year NEET rank list with 620 marks you will be having rank between 4074-5630 . Now, with this rank and performance in NEET, your chances of getting admission in IGMC Shimla is very less with AIQ. This is because as per the previous year NEET cutoff for EWS category, the Opening and closing rank for IGMC Shimla was around 568 - 3068 (AIQ).
But please note that the above mentioned cutoff is based on the previous year NEET cutoff and it may vary as the NEET cutoff varies every year.
Further, if you wish to know more about the NEET cutoff for previous years, then you can prefer following the below mentioned link to know more : https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cut-off
Further, you can also check the NEET college predictor tool to know more about your admission chances in other colleges : https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?utm_source=qna&utm_medium=neet_cp
I hope that this will help.
Hope you are doing absolutely great.
So with regard to your query, as per your expected marks scored in the NEET exam, your rank will be above 2 lakh and you might not get a seat in the All India Quota, however, there are chances for you to get admission into MBBS, BDS, BHMS, BAMS, Veterinary or any other private colleges and government colleges as well in the state quota, this will be basing upon your category, but it is not compulsory, you might get it basing upon the vacant seats.
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Hope this helps you!!