MBBS(Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery): It is the most common and recommended doctoral degree consisting of two domain courses. MBBS Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, is currently a 5.5-year program that requires 4.5-years of training and 1-year of rotating internship. The government of India has recently introduced this method of adding an additional 1-year of internship plus 1-year of rural posting, resulting in a total of 7.5-years.

MBBS Course Details:

Course

Details

Full Form Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Elilbity (10+2) in BIPC
Examination type Semester wise/ Year wise
Duration 5.5 years
Fee Offered INR 1-10 Lakhs
Basic Pay Offered INR 3-6 Lakhs Per Annum
Jobs Positions Offered Medical Doctor, Physician, Medical Officer, Surgeon, etc.

MBBS: Eligibility

For physics, chemistry, and biology, the minimum qualification for the program is 10 + 2 for subjects with at least 50 percent scores. In many universities and colleges, English is also a compulsory subject for qualification. AIIMS, however, needs an average of 60% for candidates in the general category and 50% for candidates in the SC / ST category. In any of the Medical Colleges, the basic qualification for admission is 10 + 2 with 50 percent marks for physics, chemistry and biology along with English. Nevertheless, this is not the only criterion for admission; in order to prove eligible for admission in any of the medical colleges, the students must take an entrance exam. AIIMS Entrance Exam and NEET Exam are the main entrance exams.

MBBS: Admission

Nearly each college is admitted through an entrance test to the MBBS program. The entry review forms are usually available online. The AIIMS forms are available in January’s last week and the entrance exam usually takes place in May’s last week. Likewise, after the result of 10+ 2 is announced, other entrance exams also take place in the months of May-June.Once the result for the entrance examination has been announced, the students are asked for advice based on the merit prepared considering both the marks obtained in the entrance examination and the qualifying examination (10 + 2).

MBBS: Layout

According to India’s Medical Council, the program lasts 9 semesters, i.e. four and a half years, followed by a one-year compulsory internship. The syllabus is classified as pre-clinical, and primarily includes the first two semesters of the course concentrating on the basic knowledge of different subjects such as anatomy, physiology, etc. The second phase is the Para-Clinical, which lasts three semesters (one-and-a-half years), focuses on the teaching of subjects such as forensic medicine, anatomy, etc. along with the essential aspect of the Community Medicine curriculum. The third phase is the medical process which focuses on practical knowledge and practice together with subjects such as psychology, pediatrics, etc.

MBBS: Syllabus

Name Of the course

Subjects

Phase 1 (1st year or I MBBS) Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology
Phase 2 (2nd year or II MBBS) Pharmacology, Pathology, Microbiology, Forensic Science
Phase 3 (III MBBS part 1) Ophthalmology, Community Medicine, Otolaryngology
Phase 3 (III MBBS part 2) General Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Pediatrics

Lists Of Few Top Colleges in India

  • AIIMS New Delhi.
  • PGIMER, Chandigarh.
  • King George’s Medical University, Lucknow.
  • JIPMER Puducherry.
  • BHU Varanasi.
  • Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, New Delhi.
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh.
  • Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi.
  • Armed Forces Medical College.

What After MBBS

Normally there are two options: one is work and the other is specialization

Work:

Biomedical Companies

  1. Nursing Homes
  2. Medical Colleges
  3. Health Centres
  4. Hospitals
  5. Laboratories
  6. Doctors
  7. Physician
  8. Junior Surgeons
  9. Medical Professor or Lecturer
  10. Researcher
  11. Scientist

MBBS Specialization:

  1. Medicine
  2. Microbiology
  3. Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  4. Ophthalmology
  5. Orthopedics
  6. Otorhinolaryngology
  7. Pediatrics
  8. Pathology
  9. Pharmacology
  10. Physiology
  11. Psychiatry
  12. Surgery
  13. Human Anatomy.
  14. Human Physiology Including Bio-Physics.
  15. Biochemistry.
  16. Introduction to Humanities & Community Medicine.
  17. Forensic Medicine including Toxicology.
  18. Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
  19. Orthopedics.

MBBS: Salary Offered

A general practitioner earns about 5.5 lakes on average, while 7.5 lakes are won by a surgeon. Work profiles such as that of pathologists, pediatricians, gynecologists, orthopedists, cardiologists and so on provide a pay package of about 10 to 12 lakes. A radiologist and an anesthetist receive the highest pay scales from about 14.5 to 16 lakes in terms of salary.

A medical representative’s job pays about 2 to 5.7 lakes, while a medical officer’s job pays about 8 lakes a year. If someone is involved in the health sector, there is also a job for a dietician and nutritionist; it pays between 2 lakes to 6 lakes per year. While on the other hand, a paramedic receives roughly 2.2 lakes per year to 5.3 lakes.

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