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27 October 2018

HOW TO BECOME A DOCTOR

HOW TO BECOME A DOCTOR IN INDIA


Doctor
Doctor

Doctor? This word has a magic or devotional feelings in all people's soul. It is a very caring, noble, and responsible job profession. Doctor is a very respectful person in India because doctor cures our all pain and health issues like a divine person. It is very tough task to be a doctor or physician. Its almost all parent's dream to see their child become a doctor. But it is not an easy task to be a doctor and treat people with care and resolve their health issues. It takes almost 5.5 years studying and hard work to become a doctor. Completion of 12th grade from PCB group with 50-55% or above marks then any student is eligible for medical entrance exam or MBBS (Bachelor in Medicine and Bachelor in Surgery) course. After that for MD, MS, and any specialization you have to study 2-3 years then become a specialized doctor like Cardiologist, Nephrologist, Gastroenterologist, Endocrinologist, Hematologist, Oncologist Urologist, Gynecologist, Dermatologist, Neurologist, Pediatrics, Podiatrics, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Neonatologist etc. There are multiple departments in medical science. So its not a easy profession to become a DOCTOR and fulfill their own dream and their parents' dream.


In India to be a doctor its like a climbing a high mountain like task. Because there is very competition due to huge population. Government Medical College seats were limited and there are not sufficient Colleges or seats for MBBS course for student as per their requirements.


In private colleges the fee structure is so high (Almost 4-5 Lakhs yearly with high hostel charges) though people are not able to get pay for the MBBS course. Then you can imagine how tough for students to become a doctor in India. 


In India doctor profession is very demanding profession due to our huge amount of population and their illness, and very tough competition to be a DOCTOR. Indian doctors very demanding in the rest of the Countries in the world due to their strict selection process and hard syllabus.


Due to our selection process and high fees in medical colleges Indian students were gone foreign countries for studying MBBS course like Russia, China, England, Africa. Few countries were cheaper than India for MBBS course. Indian Doctors are also working in other countries in the world like America, UK, Africa, UAE and rest of the world. 



Doctor treating patient
Doctor treating patient
ELIGIBILITY TO BECOME A DOCTOR

In India after completion of 12th grade from PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) stream with minimum 50-55% marks eligible for entrance exam for government and private medical colleges. If you are qualified for this entrance exam (cut off is very high for qualified) then mark wise you got a seat in government colleges. Only 15% seats were reserved in all government or private colleges for qualified students.


AGE LIMIT FOR ENTRANCE EXAM IN MEDICAL COLLEGES 


Age between 17 to 25 years students only eligible for MBBS entrance exam in India.


The most common entrance exams for medical colleges in India to be a doctor:

  • NEET 
  • AIIMS
  • CMC CET
  • JIPMER
  • AFMC
  • BHU PMT
  • PMET
  • GUJCET
  • COMEDK UGET

  • There are also state level entrance exams were held.

COLLEGES FOR MBBS COURSE IN INDIA
  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi
  • JIPMER College, Puducherry.
  • Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune.
  • Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore.
  • King George Medical College, CMM Medical University, Lucknow.
  • Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), Delhi.
  • Madras Medical College, Chennai.
  • Grant Medical College, Mumbai.
  • Lady Hardinge Medical College (LHMC), Delhi
  • Kasturba Medical College (KMC), Manipal.
PRIVATE COLLEGES FOR MBBS COURSE IN INDIA


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Other Six AIIMS fee structure


Annual fees approximately 5.500 K INR.


Mess Charges  50,000 K INR yearly.


AIIMS in Delhi Fee Structure


Annual fees approximately 1000 K INR.


Mess Charges  2,000 K INR yearly.


Fee structures in other colleges in India


COURSES OR DURATION TO BECOME A DOCTOR


Every Medical student have to complete 5.5 years MBBS course (4.5 years for academic course and 1 year for mandatory internship) for a registered MBBS doctor.


After that for MD (Doctor of Medicine) complete a 2-3 years course for a registered MD.


SUBJECTS IN MBBS COURSE


Human anatomy, General medicine, Orthopedics, Human physiology, Biochemistry, Gynecology/Obstetrics, Ophthalmology, Introduction of Humanity and community medicine, Anesthisiology, Dermatology, Sexually transmitted Disease, ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat), Forensic Medicine, Toxicology, Psychiatry, Radiotherapy. 



Doctor's equipment and Medicine
Doctor's equipment and Medicine

JOB PROFILE OR DESIGNATION OF A DOCTOR OR PHYSICIAN


  • JUNIOR DOCTOR
  • DOCTOR, 
  • PHYSICIAN
  • CONSULTANT
  • JUNIOR SURGEON
  • SURGEON
  • CARDIOLOGY
  • GENERAL MEDICINE
  • RESEARCHER
  • ANESTHESIOLOGIST
  • RADIOLOGIST
  • HEMATOLOGIST
  • ONCOLOGIST
  • PHRENOLOGY
  • NEUROLOGY
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY
  • ENT DOCTOR
  • GYNECOLOGY
  • ORTHOPEDICS
  • PODIATRICS
  • PEDIATRICS
  • UROLOGIST
  • DERMATOLOGIST
  • ENDOCRINOLOGIST
  • INFECTIOUS DISEASE AND IMMUNOLOGIST
  • CHIROPODIST
  • SCIENTIST
  • MEDICAL PROFESSOR OR LECTURER

SALARY STRUCTURE OF A DOCTOR

Salary of an Indian Doctor depends on their designation and experience.

Fresher can be earned 30,000 to 2 Lakhs per month

Experienced can be earned almost 3,00000 to 10,0000 per month as their experience.

Salary Structure of Doctors

JOB AREA OF A DOCTOR OR PHYSICIAN

Hospitals, Clinic, Health Care Center, Laboratory, Self-owned Clinic or Chamber, Nursing homes, Research Center, Biomedical companies, Medical Colleges, Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Companies, Medical Trust etc.

So if you have a caring nature, love to treat people, interact with people very politely, ready to hard work at any situation then you try your luck in this profession to become a doctor and treat people with care and resolve their pain and health problems.

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