MBBS which in Latin is called as Medicinae Baccalaureus, Baccalaureus Chirurgiae. It is an under graduate degree. The admission to the government colleges is very stringent and there is a lot of competition around. The degree awarded to the students is ‘Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery’. The admission process is not centralized. Different universities have a variety requirements for the admission process.
MBBS Eligibility criteria:
All those who wish to pursue MBBS as their career, need to know about the eligibility criteria for the same. One should have cleared 10+2 with minimum of 50% marks where students should have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology with English as their subjects. For this, one needs to appear for an entrance exam as well. One of the most common entrance exam is the AIIMS MBBS exam which is conducted every year mostly in the month of June. And there are other entrance exams which are conducted by other colleges. Students work hard for 2 years to get admission into a good college.
Exams for MBBS:
KITEE, IPU CET MBBS, COMEDK UGET
Medical colleges in India are are accredited by the Medical Council of India. All the students after completion are given the degree of MBBS. The students complete their degree mostly in a span of four and a half years. Besides that, students also need to do an internship of one year before they apply for the degree. The students will be taught basic science subjects in first year. In second year, they will be taught para clinical subjects. Third year has two parts and the students have to complete all these subjects in four years. There is a huge scope after MBBS. One can also apply for a post graduate degree. They are for a span of 3 years. Students can take up the subject of their choice while pursuing post graduation.
The right time to prepare for this exam is since class 11th and 12th. It would be better if a student has a good knowledge about the basics. That can be done by starting their preparation from day one.
Important Tips for the MBBS Exam:
• Read daily. That should be your motto if you really want to make a career out of this.
• Have a plan. Assess yourself weekly or bi-weekly and work according to that.
• Focus on your weak area. The more you do that, the less you will be scared of that.
• Give time to all the subjects.
• Give mock tests. These are the best things that you can do and It will help you in analyzing yourself..
• Solve previous papers. It is believed that previous papers generally contain a major portion of your current exam.
There are some of the best colleges in India where one can pursue their MBBS. One of the best is AIIMS, which is in Delhi, among some of them. You can have a look on List of MBBS Colleges in India here: http://goo.gl/RXdT9Q
Regarding the fees, the fees is affordable by all. It would be around 2 lakh for a five year course.