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Overview of MBBS Course

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery which is commonly known as MBBS is an undergraduate Medical degree course that deals with the study of Allopathic Medicine and Surgery. This undergraduate medical education program is designed with a clear vision and goal, the main aim of this program is to create Medical Graduates possessing requisite skills, knowledge, attitudes, responsiveness and values, that enables medical graduates to function appropriately and effectively as a physician of the first contact of the community while being globally relevant. MBBS is one of the most prestigious medical degrees all over the world since it provides financial security to the aspirant.

To study MBBS in India an aspirant has to go through a national level entrance test NEET-UG conducted by NTA (National testing agency), to participate in NEET-UG students must qualify senior secondary (12th standard) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology (zoology, botany), and English with 50% for general category candidates and 40 % for SC, ST, and OBC category candidates from a recognized board. After qualifying NEET-UG with prescribed percentile in individual categories qualified students have to go through centralized counseling conducted on the national level and state level. National level NEET-UG Counseling is conducted by the Medical Counseling Committee.i.e. MCC on behalf of DGHS (director-general health of services) and State level NEET-UG Counseling is conducted by DME (director medical educations) of respective states.

The course extends for five and a half years, which includes 1 year of compulsory rotational internship. There is a total of nine semesters, where each semester lasts for six months and has attendance days of one hundred and twenty days. The main objective of the course is to give candidates an in-depth and thorough knowledge of the physiological and pathological actions in a human body. A medical aspirant studying M.B.B.S learns through both the theoretical and practical experiences taught in various classes.

Who should study MBBS ?

This course is best for students who had completed his/her 12th standard with the science stream from a recognized board and having a keen interest in serving humanity. Students having a scientific bend of mind, and a desire to understand how a human body works and responds in different conditions should study MBBS. As one of the most coveted degrees in India which gives recognition in society as the medical profession is the most respected and Nobel professionals across the globe, this the course has a promising career prospect.

The regular work of an MBBS doctor includes:

At the end of the undergraduate MBBS program, the MBBS Doctors are trained enough to perform various medical practices and serve the society the main goals of Indian medical graduates include –

(a) The Doctor Realize “health for everyone” as a goal and health right of all. 

(b) The Doctor Uses his acquired knowledge in every aspect of National policies of health and devotes himself/herself to its practical implementation. 

(c) They acquire competence in the practice of holistic medicine, encompassing promotive, curative, preventive, and rehabilitative aspects of common diseases. 

(d) Uses their acquired scientific temper, they acquire educational experience for proficiency in the medical profession, hence promotes healthy living. 

(e) And finally, they become exemplary citizens by the observance of medical ethics and fulfilling professional and social obligations. 

Why study MBBS in India

Indian medical education is one of the best and the medical degree of India has a reputation across the globe. India has some of the prominent medical universities that facilitate competence-based M.B.B.S study with excellent infrastructure and state-of-the-art education system. Undergraduate students are offered a chance to learn through a robust practical class, seminars, hospital visits, and rotatory internship. Given how India is one of the most populated countries in the world, there are patients and cases of all kinds to learn from. Allopathic science, based on strong principles and a highly effective treatment method is full of wonders. Following a robust approach in the field of medical practice, allopathic uses the proven and scientific route of treatment by triggering the disease out of the body. It is one of the most reliable treatment methods.
The Training Program of the Indian Medical Graduate is Competency-Based, competency-based learning focuses on the desired and observable ability in real-life situations. The Indian MBBS Graduate obtains the following competencies at the time of their graduation:  

1. Medical Professional who is committed to excellence is ethical, accountable and responsive to the patients, communities, and the profession.
2. They will be Lifelong learner committed to the continuous improvement of knowledge and skills.
3. Excellent Communicator with patients and their families, colleagues, and community.
4.  Leader and member of the health care team and system.
5. A Clinician, who understands and provides preventive, promotive, curative, palliative and holistic care with compassion.

Scope of MBBS in India

After completing MBBS degree the Indian medical graduates has multiple career options in front of them some of them are listed below –
  • An MBBS graduate can achieve the position of a doctor at a government and private hospital.
  • They can achieve the position of medical officer at government and private hospitals.
  • They can enhance their career options by Pursuing post-graduation MD-MS courses by giving NEET-PG exam and further super-specialty courses by giving NEET-SS.
  • They can take a job as professors in medical institutions.
  • They can do further innovation in medical field by taking u medical research as their career option.
  • MBBS doctors can Startup their own clinics or nursing homes.
  • The doctors can work full time or part-time with NGOs.
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