Medical field is facing a drastic change. The concept of general practioner or family doctor is changing to specialists and superspecialists. Even the public is interested to consult a nuerologist or a neurosurgeon for a simple headache. Parellel to this the competition for post graduate admission is increasing. New MBBS students are graduating out every year and the government/IMC though giving permission for new Undergraduate colleges is not keen on proportionately increasing the post graduate seats.
Thrissur is located in the middle of Kerala and is the cultural as well as the educational capital of Kerala. This city is a city of festival and universities. You can reach here easily by air (Nedumbassery International airport is only 45kms), Rail ( Almost all the intraKerala and interstate trains pass through Thrissur Railway station. Most familiar scenes in the city is the serious looking entrance aspirants carrying their study bags from class to class. Thrissur is famous in the field of entrance coaching, be it be medical PG entrance or UG MBBS/ Engg. Entrance.
Most of the centers has weekly class of 10-12 hours. We know that the concentration level drops after a maximum 3-4 hours. It is difficult to maintain the same level of concentration for the entire day. We here have planned only 4-5 hour class daily (3-4DAYS A WEEK)so that the candidate can have maximum attention . The entire MBBS curriculum is divided into 100-120 subtopics and each topic dealt on each day. So a candidate can prepare for the topic and also revise the previous day’s topic. Daily 40 question (30minute) exam will check how much they have revised and 150revision exam +100 online exams in a year will provide to develop strategies to write exam. 3-4 days in a week are kept holidays so that weekly and monthly revision can be done. Those who are preparing exclusively for PG Entrance are advised to join daily class.
Chief adviser : Dr. Aswath Kumar