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Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore MBBS Admission 2015

Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore

Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore was started in January 1955. The Medical Council of India (MCI) granted credit to KMC Mangalore in 1958, with the first graduating class. 436 more words

Admission Counselling

Sit Down and Think!

With the recently announced ICSE and ISC board results, and the soon to be announced SSC results, many students across India must be chewing on their fingernails; the ones with ‘low’ scores on how to… 441 more words

Encarnacion Ruiz, Director of Admissions at UC Merced on Recruitment of Students

Encarnacion Ruiz, the director of Admissions at UC Merced, discusses the process by which future UC Merced students are chosen and helped through the application and enrollment process. 7 more words

UC Merced

Applying to Columbia University

Columbia University is a private Ivy League research university located in Upper Manhattan, New York City. It is the fifth oldest college in the United States, and offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. 300 more words

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Yenepoya Medical College & Research Institute, Mangalore MBBS Admission [Under Management Quota] 2015

Yenepoya Medical College & Research Institute, Mangalore

Yenepoya Medical College and Research Institute was established in the year 1999. The private institute for medical studies is located in Deralakatte on the outskirts of Mangalore in Karnataka. 351 more words

Admission Counselling

Reputation and Rankings

Rankings have become an important factor in students’ decision about where to study. While the methodology and validity of university rankings may be disputed, rankings can be a useful way for international students, but only alongside other factors including size, location, majors on offer and the ‘feel’ of the campus. 849 more words


A broad long term plan to get admission to a Top-10 University

While this is a fairly common question “What should I do to get an admission in a top University four years from now?” what you love after four years is quite difficult to gauge yet. 375 more words