JEE Main 2023 Result Declared; Direct Link
NTA JEE Main answer key out; Download now.
XAT 2023 result out at xatonline.in; Download scorecard now!
My college has all the infrastructure, facilities and equipments necessary for a person to study MBBS. We have well ventilated lecture theatres with varied seating arrangements. Each department has its own laboratories, demo rooms etc. The central library has a huge collection of books, also includes an outer library where you can sit and study without disturbance. We have separate boys and girls hostels with 24x7 security and WiFi. Hostels requires a bit maintenance though.
I’m studying MBBS to become a doctor. Teachers here are well experienced and the subject content is taught well. Doubts are cleared instantly. The college has been accustomed to the new curriculum and any new development is shared instantly.
Medical colleges don’t really have any placements. We are required to prepare for pg exams. The success rate of clearing pg exam is this college is average. This year the highest all India rank of a student in NEET PG was 3000
As I am state quota student, the total cost of Mbbs for me in this college is almost 13 lakhs. Yes I feel I’m getting my money’s worth as compared to other private colleges, this fees is quite low.
The college campus is nice and peaceful. Although there’s not much to do except during the fest season. The fest here is awesome. There’s lots of sporting and cultural events. We have huge football ground. Students, teachers and support staff is very helpful. Although there have been a few obstacles since the past years but the college staff didn’t let it bother the students academically. It is located in the outskirts of Haldia and is well connected by roads. The location is safe and very good.
Being a private college, the approach of the college management is largely moneymaking.In each MCI Inspection a large number of shortcomings come to light,like shortage of doctors and patients, lack of required medical equipment (like usg machine) and the college pledges to rectify them before the next inspection. Years go by,and so do inspections,sometimes the college qualifies for new admissions, sometimes not,but the crux of the matter remains largely unchanged.
Being a medical professional course,just theory lectures arent sufficient.They need to be complemented by experience in the ward at the patient's bedside,to inculcate the important aspects of a doctor's career like history taking, followed by reverting to the books to arrive at a differential diagnosis.Theory lectures are good,with ppt presentations,but the gargantuan paucity of patients makes the practical aspect of teaching remain way below par.
In MBBS,there's no direct placement like in,say,B.Tech.The students pass out and either take the MD/MS Entrance exam or go for housestaffship.Housestaffship offers both money and hands-on experience. If one can grab a housestaffship opportunity in a govt college in Kolkata,one should get around 50-55 thousand rupees per month.
The costs incurred include Rs.2 lakh per annum tuition fees(for 4 and a half years),50 thousand admission fees (one-time),10 thousand library fees and 15 thousand caution money(refundable at the end of the course). In our sector(and I guess even in other professional courses),graduation from private colleges isnt something welcome. The cost is Herculean to bear,but we arent getting something very novel in return.
Students can indulge in studying in the library(though the air-conditioners are sadly malfunctional),use the library computers to download academic stuff or read up what was taught in their last lecture(though the PCs are often misused to access social media or YouTube).In the evenings,some folks are seen snack-ing in the shops just outside the college gates,some are spotted with their fiance/fiancees and some smoking,within or without the campus.There r many armed security guards.Rural ambience
I would not recommend willing parents to spend lakhs to crores for getting their wards admitted here.As previously mentioned, since there are few to no patients, students don't learn the basics properly.If you're determined not to waste a year preparing for NEET-UG,then its different,but otherwise I would not advise anyone to forsake other options and seek admission here.Sorry.
It's tough to make exact predictions as cut-offs vary every year based on various factors such as
If we go by last year cut-offs under 85% state quota then with AIR 249907 you may have chances for management quota in ICARE Institute of Medical Science and Research and Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy Hospital, Haldia chances for SQ is tough regarding this, check out previous year data at https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-west-bengal
To know more detailed information about admission possibilities in various medical colleges and its respective medical courses you may use our NEET College Predictor at https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?utm_source=qna&utm_medium=neet_cp
The total fees for MBBS in ICARE INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE & RESEARCH for Management Quota is approx 80 LAKHS. There are total of 52 Management Quota seats there.
The admission fee is 1,00,000 rupees.
The semester fee is 9,12,000 rupees.
There are 9 semesters.
Caution Deposit 15000 rupees.
Sports and Cultural fees are 15000 rupees.
The fees are without the residential facility given here.
All the best.
ICARE Institute of Medical Sciences and Research a college located in Haldia which is in West Bengal which is approved by Medical Council of India which is a private Institute attached officially or United with West Bengal University of Health Sciences, Kolkata which offers MBBS course is not a Deemed Institution but it has a good rating that is 4.1 out of 5.
Hope this Information is Helpful.