CBSE to NEET for MBBS & BDS
The national level medical entrance examination test (NEET) will be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education for admissions into the undergraduate medical courses offered by the medical colleges in the nation. NEET is scheduled to be held tentatively on May 7 2017. Registrations will be available from Jan 2, 2017. NEET 2017 is the gateway to offer admissions to deserving applicants in MBBS and BDS courses at the best colleges of India. The applicants who are interested in NEET 2017 can apply for the examination before last date of application.
Medicine is considered one of the noblest professions across the globe. Medicine is one of the most demanding professions around the world. The candidates interested to join the field of medicine are required to be hard working, dedicated and patient. The different branches of medicine are Anesthesiology, Cardiology, Pediatrics, ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat), Orthopedics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, General Surgery and General Medicine, Veterinary Science and Dentistry. You will find information about various entrance exams, programs and careers available for you in the medical stream after completion of (10+2)
Medical colleges in Nepal, medical colleges in Philippines, medical colleges in Russia, medical colleges in Bangladesh, medical colleges in Ukraine, medical colleges in Malaysia, medical colleges in Kazakhstan, medical colleges in China etc are all recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The Indian students who successfully complete MBBS course from these countries are eligible to appear for MCI screening test in order to practice in India. Indian students who have completed medical education abroad have an excellent record of over 60-65% success rate in MCI test.
Indian students choosing to study MBBS abroad get to meet patients who are from different countries. Meeting patients from other countries helps Indian students greatly in their medical education as they get the knowledge of different health conditions, and help them in starting a journey towards a fruitful career. For example, studying MBBS in Nepal, Russia, Ukraine, provides a huge practical exposure for Indian students. Because of large patient inflow, students are trained in different diseases.
Most of the private medical colleges in India charge huge tuition fees. However, medical colleges abroad like medical colleges in Nepal, Ukraine, Russia, Philippines, Georgia, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, etc. have affordable fee. The yearly tuition fee for MBBS admission abroad in most of the medical colleges abroad is very low in comparison to the private medical colleges in India.
For those students who belong to middle-class families, choosing to study MBBS abroad is one of the best decisions to make. Besides MBBS course fees, the cost of living in foreign countries is very affordable. The cost of living includes accommodation, food, and transportation..
Most of the medical colleges abroad have excellent infrastructure. The classrooms are well-designed and well-constructed with modern audio-visual aids. To facilitate the learning process, medical colleges abroad have well-stocked libraries that provide course-related study materials for the students. The campus houses highly equipped laboratories to carry out research activities. The hospitals have advanced medical equipment for practical training..