Seminar for Kazakh bound med students
Hyderabad: Seminar for Kazakh Bound Medical Students, Kazakh National Medical University (Kazakhstan, Eurasia), held a seminar for the students and...
Hyderabad: Kazakh National Medical University (Kazakhstan, Eurasia), held a seminar for the students and parents who took admission to the university. Addressing the students at Neo Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology Limited here on Tuesday, Kazakh National Medical University, Dean, Associate Prof. Nellya Ivanchenko said students can complete MBBS course in five years at the university. The dean said that there has been tremendous demand for the seats from the students. This year, 70 seats have been allotted and they would respond positively to 30 additional seats that were requested by Neo Institute.
The associate professor said that the 83-year-old university has been recognised by Medical Council of India. She said that for grouping, a test would be conducted for the students who took admission. The students have to score 20 marks out of 30, the dean made it clear. The test would be based on the intermediate syllabus i.e. botany, zoology, physics and chemistry.
She said that faculty from India would deliver medical lectures and also students would be provided free accommodation, wi-fi facility and health services. Nellya Ivanchenko said that about 11,000 students from 28 countries are currently studying in the university. The university has 120 professors from 40 countries. The university is offering medicine, pharmacology, nursing and dentistry courses.
The dean said that the university has got the biggest e-library. She said that over 300 Indians who have completed their course in the university have obtained plum jobs.
Dr B Divya Sunitha Raj, director of Neo institute of Medical Sciences and Technology said that the university is offering five years, 10 semester MBBS course for Rs 16.50 lakh. She said that last date for getting passport has been extended to August first week. She mentioned that institute would coach students in clearning Medical Council of India (MCI) screening test.
Neo Institute CEO, Dr BVK Raj, director VSR Murthy, Neo team motivation faculty assistant Prof. Anshul Agarwal, medical director, Dr M Pramod Kumar and others participated.