One of the best place to study and work in , it gave me full exposure to new life experiences. We were being made to indulge in both curricular and co curricular activities , then in patient care Nd lots of conferences.
Place where you get wide clinical and research exposure and you can hone your skills
Ph D fellow (Former Employee) – Chandigarh, Chandigarh – July 25, 2018
The day used to start at eight in the morning where one hour was devoted to academics. We were give different rotations with in the department as well as in the ancillary departments which gave us a keen insight into various clinical and research scenarios. The faculty was highly competent and looked after our professional as well as personal needs. The colleagues were co-operative, however at times it was difficult to cope up with the work load. However the social life was good with frequent outings and get-together.
PGIMER Chandigarh has a leadership role in development of patterns of teaching in medical education and provides excellent patient care facilities. A stint at PGI is such a stimulating and a great learning experience. The job involved general administrative and personnel administration of more than 4000 employees including faculty. PGIMER being an institution of excellence maintains high standards of medical education & research which is possible by a perfect co-ordinated effort of all departments of the Institute. The hardest aspect of the job is to meet the deadlines since the Institute never compromises with the dead-lines. The challenges of the diverse activities that precede and the commitment of the actors reflects the institutional ethos.Being a part of such an organizational environment and the challenges of the tasks make the job experience very enjoyable.
Clerk (Current Employee) – Chandigarh, Chandigarh – March 15, 2018
Working atmosphere is very great. Staff is very cooperative. Learn a lot to work in administration. As salary is not much that's why want to do a part-time. My experience will help me to give my utmost efforts to the firm.
RN (Former Employee) – Chandigarh, Chandigarh – October 27, 2017
This was tough to work with sich newborn babies who were barely able to breath or tube fed. It was very stressful to see families suffering with their meagre resources but providing every effort to pray for their neonates survival.
Since nursing is a very challenging profession,i loved my job. Had to work round the clock in care and management of the sick babies as well as had to be vigilant all the time while working with the critically sick babies on ventilators. It was an excellent opportunity for me working in this institute as i acquired strong communication skills, maintained good interpersonal relationships with the parents and the family members of the babies. Moreover, i learned unit management and leadership skills. learned motivation as well as how to be patient during emergency situations Also acquired cooperation and assistance skills with the team members and the nursing staff.
relaxation hours inbetween the shifts were provided
Especially Department of biochemistry If you are someone who treasures each day of your life Dont go there The place is uncomfortable Such narrow minded, third class faculty They are all egoistic people feed their ego, if u can do that, go enjoy at PGI
lots of learning from this institute recent medical literatures recent guidlines and publications evidence based medicine cooperation between the departments and best patient care learning and best teaching programme for junior and senior residents
Radiographer (Current Employee) – Chandigarh, INDIA – May 19, 2017
A World Class institution with world class faculty pioneers of there field making it one of the greatest institution .center of excellence which endeavors to develop patterns of teaching in postgraduate medical education in as many branches as possible and attempt to produce specialists in several disciplines of medicine.
I embraced the helping attitude of all team workers who recognized the value of the efforts taken by every team member for the benefit of patients. During the critical time of the day, it was always very difficult to perform alone especially during an emergency. Therefore, it gave me a sense of satisfaction when we used to save a client's life by taking the efforts together. I think that's the most enjoyable part of my job when i see someone is getting better due to my efforts.