What Is MBBS?
- MBBS stands for Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery. The term "MBBS" is used to describe
students who are pursuing a five-year medical degree program in the same field.
- The course duration is 5&half years out of which 4&half years are for classroom studies while
remaining 1 year is for rotational Internship.
- The 4&half years of class room study is broken into 3 phases. Each phase is of 18 months and
known as Professional this is further divided into 3 semesters of 6 months each. There is a
semester exam at the end of each semester and a Professional exam at the end of each phase. The
third phase or professional is devoted to monthly clinical work in the departments of the
hospital. In all, there are 3 professional examinations, which are followed by practical and
clinical tests. Passing percentage required is 50%.
- The academic year for MBBS in India starts in September or October
Who are eligible for MBBS?
To get admission into a BDS course, candidates must meet some specific conditions. The following are
the eligibility requirements they should meet,
- Candidates must have completed 10+2 with Chemistry, Physics, and Biology.
- They must have received at least 50% in the 12th grade.
- You must be at least 17 years old and less than 25 years of age.
- NEET Valid Score is a must.
After completing the Undergraduate Degree, candidates can choose their Specialization and the Course
they want to study for their Masters; following are the Specializations Candidates can do after
opting for Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery,
- General Medicine
- General Surgery
- Obstetrics & Gynaecology
- ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat)
Entrance Exams for MBBS
To get admission to any of the colleges providing this Course of MBBS, you are required to pass an
entrance exam called NEET. NEET stands for
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test.
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