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MBBS

MBBS in India- 

Chances of getting MBBS admission in India?
  • In India getting an MBBS seat is highly competitive.
  • In 2017, 11.4 lakh students appeared for the NEET UG competitive exam.
  • Since there are only approx. 41,000 seats available in the various Government or Private Medical Colleges across India, students have to repeat a year or pay donations to study at Private Medical Colleges.
  • About 2-3% of students get to Study MBBS, which has created a shortage of Qualified Doctors in India.

 

Neet Exam-
  • Government and Private Medical Colleges have to admit students on the Basis of the NEET score (since 2016)
  • The shortage of seats in Government Colleges and high Tuition fee ( ₹ 75 Lacs) at Private Medical Colleges, has made it tough for students interested in studying MBBS.
MCI Rule Changes-
  • The MCI is considering changes in the Medical Licensing System, making it mandatory for students from Public & Private Medical Colleges in India to sit for an EXIT Examination.
  • Hence students who study MBBS/ MD abroad will have to give the same exam as Indian medical Students.
  • Foreign Medical Doctors, will have better knowledge,training and experience compared to the students from Private Medical Colleges in India.
MBBS / MD Abroad-
  • The biggest benefit of MBBS abroad is you can study MBBS without any entrance examination.
  • The Cost of MBBS abroad is less than the Private Medical Colleges in India (₹ 75 Lacs)
  • Facilities like 3D Anatomage and Simulated Mannequin Stations, provide practical and in depth knowledge/ experience to students.
  • USMLE and UK-PLAB exam options are open to students, as medical colleges abroad start preparing students for these competitive exams.
  • Universities are recognised by the Medical Council of India- MCI, World Health Organisation (WHO) and Medical Councils of Israel, Ireland, Iran and Norway.
  • Hostel and Indian food facilities are also available.

Why choose Philippines to study Medicine?

  1. English is the Medium of instruction
  2. MCI recognized and listed in WHO (World Health Organization)
  3. Affordable cost of education
  4. Ideal student to patient ratio
  5. Excellence hands-on practice
  6. 3-D Anatomage and Simulated Mannequin Stations
  7. Tropical climate with a disease pattern similar to India
  8. Follows American system of education
  9. Easy accessibility through several daily flights