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What does mbbs stand for in medical

MBBS is a 5.5 years undergraduate programme took by students who want to become a doctor. This course consists of 4.5 years of academics and 1 year of internship. 

Admission to this professional degree on medical science is based on entrance exam NEET.

The minimum requirement for MBBS is that a student should have scored at least 50 percent marks in 12th standard with physics, chemistry and biology as subjects.  

What are the Courses covered in MBBS?

  1. Anatomy

  2. Bio-chemistry

  3. Physiology

  4. Community Medicine

  5. Microbiology

  6. Pathology

  7. Forensic Medicine

  8. Pharmacology

  9. Clinical postings inwards

  10. OPDs

What are the Job profiles available after MBBS?

Along with the medical industry, MBBS also teaches the ethical principles to be followed during practice. After MBBS you can opt for following job roles based on your specialisation:  

  • Pediatrician

  • Doctors

  • Physician

  • Junior Surgeons

  • Medical Professor or Lecturer

  • Researcher

  • Scientist

What’s the difference between MBBS and BDS?

BDS is the abbreviation for Bachelor of Dental Surgery. Students who want to become a doctor can go for MBBS whereas students who want to go for dentistry can pursue BDS.  

Why NEET exam is important?

NEET exam is conducted to determine students who can pursue their career in the medical field and is the single entry point for all the medical and dental colleges in India. NEET offers a total of 66000 seats across the various government and private colleges.

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