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Aug 14, 2021
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Hi. I always suggest doing a proper internship provided the hospital allows you to be directly involved in the treatment of patients. There are various reasons: This is the time when you get to apply your knowledge practically and can make as many mistakes as possible but you'll be supervised and corrected. You get the hang of how a hospital works and how to handle patients and their relatives There are several things you get to do while doing internship that you might never get to do in future coz you'll go into one particular speciality. eg. Conducting labors, assisting surgeries, etc. Internship is one year you can award yourself after 5 years of studies and before another 3–6 years of direct/subtle inhuman atrocities. It doesn't matter if it takes one extra year to crack your PG entrance. There is more to life than just an MD. And you deserve that one year of your twenties that you'll never get back. Friends in other fields have absolutely amazing twenties. You can have one tenth of that atleast. Practical experiences themselves do help a lot in entrance examinations. Remember it's what you do that you remember much better than what you have read. Hope that helped! Cheers! Doc Luci, studied at Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Degrees Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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Internship is a part of the MBBS course and it is a compulsory part which will is a part of Clinical Training. Medical intern is a term used in some countries to describe a physician in training who has completed medical school and has a medical degree, but does not yet have a full license to practice medicine unsupervised. In other countries medical education generally ends with a period of practical training similar to internship, but the way the overall program of academic and practical medical training You will get provisional degree which can be used doing for Internship in hospitals. After completing the internship, you will get the final degree which can be used to practise as a doctor Internship period is golden period where a person chooses which sub speciality one would like to pursue for post-graduation under different Specializations Rose Lillian, studied at Delhi Public School (2018) Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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Definitely.. if you are passed mbbs and not done internship, then you are just a mbbs graduate,not a doctor.you don't have the right to treat patients. Internship is a training period. You have only provisional registration (temporary) to treat patients under a qualified medical practitioners. After satisfactory completion of internship,you will get a internship completion certificate. This must be required to get full registration as a doctor. Prakash Sailayam, Bachelor of arts Political Science, University of Kerala (2017) Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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There are 2 kinds of bond prevalent in MP : Seat Leaving Bond : If a candidate leaves a medical seat after 2nd round counselling , then he/she has to pay an amount of Rs.10 Lakhs. So, partial drop isn’t a good option in MP. Rural Service Bond : After completion of MBBS , A CANDIDATE HAVE TO COMPULSORY GIVE HIS SERVICES OF 1 YEAR in a village , if he/she is unable to do that than he would have to pay Rs. 10 Lakhs. If this is the first time you have seen my answer , do upvote and follow me @Akshat Juneja for more such stuffs. Peace… Akshat Juneja, MBBS (2017-present) Source: Quora Digest
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Doctor Diaries
Aug 14, 2021
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The state policy of compulsory rural posting for 1 or 2 year doesn't apply on you if you take admission from the 15% quota. But if you take advantage of the state pg than you have to do the rural posting. Do confirm it again as rules do change frequently these days. Good luck Jaideep Singh, worked at Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Degrees (2012-2016) Source: Quora Digest
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Doctor Diaries
Aug 14, 2021
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Answer of can. Absolutely YES if you have good marks then surely you will get option to choose best college from anyone of them. But you have to ultimately join any one college because at the time of admission they are going to ask you to that are you join MBBS/BDS only from this college. Govind Singh, MBBS from Maulana Azad Medical College (2022) Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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Yeah you are eligible for state counselling. AIQ is done by MCC State counselling is done by State Government. Both are two different counsellings. If you want a college from state counselling then don't report for college allotted by All India counselling and vice versa. All the best Deekshitha Duggireddy, Student at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Mangalagiri (2020-present) Source: Quora Digest
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Doctor Diaries
Aug 14, 2021
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If u want to take chemical engineering in ICT MUMBAI then u should be score with in 10000 jee main rank…….approx 99.2+ percentile If u want any branch in ICT Mumbai like texile,dyestuff,oil,pharma,food etc then u must be under 35000 rank in jee mains which approx 97 percentile ICT have also 2 campuses which provide integrated mtech in chemical engineering after 12th 1.ICT-IOC BHUBANESWAR (Collaboration with Indian oil psu and IIT KGP) 2.ICT-JALNA For this 2 campuses u should score 92 percentile bcoz most of students doesn't know about this 2 newly establish campuses Pritam Rath, Integrated Mtech from Institute Of Chemical Technology Mumbai -Indian Oil Odisha Campus (2025) Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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For getting ict mumbai chemical engginering you should score at least 180 marks and also good percentage in boards. Last year admission was conducted completely on the jee main marks basis and merit was closed at 175–180 marks Nikhil Avinash Patil, studied at Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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ICT Mumbai has 30% all india quota filled through jee mains scores. The greatest advantage is there is NO RESERVATION in this 30% quota..only merit!! As mentioned in question for chemical branch there are 30 seats available under this quota filled on the basis of jee mains score. All you have to do is visit the site regularly,apply for admission online, upload the required documents properly. After that ICT publishes a merit list of the applications received; thus you will get a rank in that list based on your score. Then the admission round is held in ICT itself..most of the top rankers in merit list take chemical; though some don't turn up for admission round and a few take other branches(top rankers). So the 30 seats for chemical, in my case were filled up to rank 40 approximately in ICT's merit list. This is the general procedure for admission through jee mains score. Now coming to marks in jee mains vs rank in ICT's merit list..well it differs on the basis of who all apply for admission and there can be no generalization as such. In my case my jee mains 2016 score was 192 and rank in ICT's merit list was 12-13. Hope this helps. Malhar Mankar, studied Chemical Engineering at Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai (2020) Source: Quora Digest
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Doctor Diaries
Aug 14, 2021
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Yes it does. Usually the cutoffs are too high. Eg 180–220 jee mains for cs at spit 160–180 jee mains for it at spit 150–160 jee mains for extc at spit 165–175 cet for cs at spit 160–165 cet for it at spit 155–160 cet for extc at spit Again these are rough scores based on the 2017–18 admissions as far as I can recollect. These may change. Also these are for General (open) category. There is no category reservation for seats allocated through jee main. But there is…through cet. Anonymous Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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15% institutional quota means that in all the colleges under NEET, There will be 15% seats of the respective institution reserved for you. The other 85% will be reserved for state. For eg. If there are 100 seats in a college: Case 1: If your college is in the same state as yours. Now if you give NEET, you will be eligible for 15 seats of the college and even people from all over India will be eligible for those 15 seats. Now as you are a resident of that state, you will also be eligible for the other 85 seats. The counseling for the 15 seats will be online on the mcc site and for those 85 seats, after the state merit list comes out, your state will conduct the counseling seperately. Case 2: If your college is in a different state than yours. You will only be eligible for 15 seats of the college and counseling will be online on the mcc site. Riya Tyagi, Doctor in making Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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There is absolutely no benefit in getting a seat through All India counselling. In fact state counselling has a benefit of fees concession for OBC and SC/ST candidates ( a concession of near about 9000 rupees for obc candidates) . You don't get this benefit through All India counselling. Though I agree that the All India counselling is hassle free ( being online) but I heard that this year state quota counselling will be conducted online as well . Please don't expect to get a special treatment in college just because you got a seat via All India counselling. Things don't work that way in a medical college. There is no discrimination on the basis of your rank or mode of counselling. Shobhit Nain, Mbbs from King George's Medical University Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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Unfortunately, Yes. It's the rule of Indian Government that no bond can be applied on the All India Quota students in any state and most of the states follow this as well. But unfortunately, maharashtra administration forcefully applies bond on All India Quota Students as well. In Gujrat, the condition was challenged in high court and the AIQ students won the case. So, in Gujrat, no bond is applicable on AIQ students, neither in UG nor in PG. Abhinav Singh, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Degrees, B J Medical College, Pune (2020) Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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The state policy of compulsory rural posting for 1 or 2 year doesn't apply on you if you take admission from the 15% quota. But if you take advantage of the state pg than you have to do the rural posting. Do confirm it again as rules do change frequently these days. Good luck Jaideep Singh, worked at Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Degrees (2012-2016) Source: Quora Digest
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Doctor Diaries
Aug 14, 2021
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Taking MBBS seat through AIQ have few benefits .. First of all, all your admission procedure is completed in single day. Otherwise , if you are from state quota, they will just make you run here and there and even the procedure can go three days long. You are offered hostels on first priority while some state students even can’t make it to the year end also. Last, you yourself feel great that you are from 15% quota and even in medical colleges ,students are like ‘ yeh toh AIQ wale h… inhe toh sab aata h’ Ya, these are some advantages. P.S.- My first answer crossing 1k views.Thanks for reading it. P.S. 1- My first answer crossing 100 upvotes.Thanks for upvoting it and motivating me. Rinkal Goyal, M.B.B.S from University College of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi (2023) Source: Quora Digest
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Cheapest management quota seats in Year 2018–19 (A)Deemed University through NEET in AIQ- (1) SDU kollar( most cheapest deemed University)- well established,very old institute,good to study - almost Rs1000000 (2)Jamia Hamdard Delhi- same 1000000 (3) KMC Manipal and Mangalore both- 1350000 (4) KIMS Bhubneswar- same 1350000 (5) K.S.Hegde Mangalore- almost 1400000 You can't ask- Are the mentioned above good to do mbbs? These are best all are in top 50 but you must have to score atleast 450 to get one of these. You can even check ranking on nirf site(India Rankings 2018: Result - MHRD ... MHRD, National Institute Ranking Framework (NIRF) › Ranking2018) (2) Through state quota (1)COMEDK in Karnataka (28 colleges fees and expenditure almost 1000000) (2) In Uttrakhand( 2 colleges almost 1500000) (3) In UP( a lot of colleges from1100000 to 3200000) (4) In MP same as UP but some domicile issue Priyansh Redhu, M.B.B.S from Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (2023) Source: Quora Digest
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Doctor Diaries
Aug 14, 2021
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Private quota is that number of seats that are reserved for candidates those who are domiciled in the state where the private mbbs collage is located . The fees for this seats is slightly on the lower side and is affordable by the middle class families mostly. But never the less it's costly.And management quota seats are those seats which are reserved for the college itself that means they can admit anyone who can meet their given guidelines ( mostly it's the moneytary criteria that you have to fulfill but it's different in the case of colleges like St John's and CMC Vellore).Now fees for management quota seats is high and it can only be afforded by the rich people. Hope this helps Amartya Chatterjee, MBBS from Malda Medical College and Hospital (2022) Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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It varies from Institute to institute, on an average you can consider the following range 7.86lacs to 20lacs per Annum. Semi government colleges are in range of 7.86lacs. Jay Parikh, Self at Free Counseling. (2016-present) Source: Quora Digest
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Aug 14, 2021
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You can’t get into a govt. Medical college with donation. In private medical colleges, the fees themselves are more than 10 lakhs. For donation, you need to give even more. apart from that, even in management quota there is a merit list. And that is only slightly easier to get into than the general quota merit list. SO, there is no medical college you can get into with donation below 10 lakhs. Instead take a drop of one year and study hard for the NEET. It’s not worth taking admission just a year early and putting all that financial burden on your parents. Uzayr Siddiqui, works at Medical School Source: Quora Digest
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