Career in Medicine

Career in Medicine

Medicine is a career has been valued very high because of its power to heal and save life. A doctor’s profession involves a lot of hard work and at the same time, it brings along with it the satisfaction of having cured patients and of having alleviated pain and suffering. Doctors all over the world are treated with great respect and the scope and prospects in the medical field are always bright. Medicine in general encompasses both traditional Indian as well as modern allopathic. IN allopathic medicine the basic degree of MBBS is followed by a year of rotating internship, which provides hands on training in clinical examination, diagnosis and treatment of different ailments. A doctor’s training and career centers around the hospital. There are multi specialty hospitals clinics, nursing homes or hospitals in defence or government hospitals to provide medical facilities. The study and practice of medicine requires intense mental activity and constant updating of skills and knowledge. Dealing with patients in various conditions of illness, injury and trauma requires patience and compassionate outlook. You should be prepared to study for an extended period as the training is long and demanding. Team spirit is essential to be able to work with senior and junior doctors and paramedical staff.

Name of Course Duration Eligibility
All India Pre Medical Entrance Examination (AIPMT) MBBS 5 ½ Years Indian Nationals 17- 25 years passed 12th class with Physics, Chemistry Biology (PCB) & English with 50% marks (SC/ST with 40% marks).
Delhi University Medical Entrance Test (DUMET) 5 ½ years Passed 12th class with PCB English
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) 5 ½ years Passed 12th Class with PCB with at least 60% marks (SC/ST with 50% marks)
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University 5 ½ years 12th class pass with PCB and 50% Marks
Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune 5 ½ years 12th class pass unmarried male/female of 17-22 years with PCB & English and 60% marks.