Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
The quality of a University is judged to a great extent by its age and on this index, S. Tentishev Asian Medical Institute or simply AMI falls short as it was established less than 2 decades ago (in 2004). Like Osh SU, AMI is also popular among the weaker sections of UP & Bihar and that is the main bulk of students you find here. The education is indeed poor in standard. There are many constraints including the major discrepancy that the students learn a lot through dummies and not through real human bodies which leaves a gap in practicing Medicine after MBBS.
Currently, fees is not available for this univeristy.
About Campus life
Talking about the students' life at Asian Medical Institute, things are not bad from the recreational perspective. But the sub standard academics definitely affect the experience. Moreover, the country of Kyrgyzstan is known for its political instability and such circumstances often lead to compromises in the field of law and order which makes things very unpredictable. You will find a lot of Indian students in the campus and a majority of them are from the weaker sections of UP & Bihar.
The hostels for boys and girls are separate. There is an entirely separate hostel for Indians which takes away the cahance of a rich inter-cultural experience. The Hostels have average infrastructure and the rooms are available on a sharing basis accommodating as many as 4 students in 1 room which is quite crowded.