MBBS is one of the most sought after courses for students who pursue medical in thier +2. It is also the only course in India if one wants to become a medical doctor.There are many colleges and universities from across the country which are offering the MBBS course. The course contains the basic subjects like physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, anatomy, pharmacology and pathology. It is a course with hands-on training for five years. The students interact with the patients and get practical knowledge of diseases. The MBBS is a 5.5 year (4.5 years academic education + 1 year mandatory internship) UG degree programme leading to the two degrees – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
COURSE DURATION-TThe MBBS is a 5.5 year programme
(4.5 years academic education + 1 year mandatory internship)
Eligibility & Admission
Eligibility & Admission
How to get admission into MBBS programme?
To get admission into MBBS programme in India, students have to complete their 10+2 education with Physics, Chemistry & Biology and score minimum 50% marks (40% in the case of reserved category).
Student’s age should be between 17 years to 25 years.
The given qualification is not enough to get admission into MBBS course, students have to appear for the National Level Examination conducted by the CBSE, New Delhi, i.e. NEET 2021 (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test). Students also apply for AIIMS 2021 & JIPMER 2021 MBBS Entrance Exam to get admission into MBBS programme.
NOTE- From the year 2016, the Supreme Court bans the state level or university level examinations for admission into MBBS & BDS courses. Now, all the admission into MBBS course through NEET Exam.
Subjects in MBBS
In the MBBS course curriculum, aspiring doctors not only learn about everything in and around the medical and healthcare industry, but they also learn the ethical practices, get to intern with hospitals and volunteer projects. Check table below for subjects in MBBS course:
- Dermatology & Venereology
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
- Community Medicine
Career & Jobs
After the completion of the MBBS course, the first question arise in your mind “What after MBBS?”
- The medical graduates are entitled to use the term Doctor before his or her name as the prefix “Dr”. Day by Day, the demand of medical professionals is increasing due to the unfortunate upsurge in diseases and ailments.
- Career in MBBS & higher studies is very rewarding for the students, those interested in science and dealing with treating sick peoples.
- For the better prospect of your career you should have some skills like deep knowledge in the field, good diagnosing ability, responsibility, self-confidence, caring nature, counseling skill and good communication so as to interact with your patients.
- There are good job and career opportunities for the students after getting the degree in medical as a doctor. It is the professional field with 100% job placement. No one in the country, who has the MBBS degree and has no job.
- After completing the MBBS degree successfully, there are two options for the students: either start their own venture or go for a job in the medical field. Students can also go for the government jobs as a doctor or join a private health firm. There are good future scopes in the field of medical.
- You may be hired by the medical college, hospitals, nursing home, health corporations, health ministry, medical health society, back office medical consultancy and pharmaceutical industries. You can also work as physician, prescribes medicines & treatment for disease, research while surgeons perform operations.
- Many Medical Graduates are much in demand to study & research the different areas in Bio-Engineering.
- The job profiles of the MBBS may be the following:
- Junior doctors
- Junior Surgeons
- Medical Professor or Lecturer