The Medical Path: independance Special



Hi frnds, Happy Independence day..This  time I come with new blog which is totally different from IT world but today is Independence day so it should be something different something related to people and society..It is a different kind of blog but knowledgeable Blogg for all..
Those interested in serving society while pursuing a career that promises a good future can choose an undergraduate degree in Medicine or Allied Discilplines
MBBS Degree: The 5.5 year MBBS programme, which includes a year of rotational internship, trains students in subjects like gynecology, pediatrics, obstetrics, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and pathology to name a few It includes practical as well as theoretical components. Students have to scored 50%  at least in 12th class then need to clear national and state level exam of Medical for entry in a college. The premier exam is AIPMT and this exam conducted by the Delhi based CBSE .
Apart from these, Aspirants may also be required to take tests conducted by individual institutes for their programmes. For entry through state-level and institute tests, minimum requirements range from 55% to 60% marks in 12TH CLASS.
Those looking to study further can pursue a Doctor of medicine(MD), Master of Surgery(MS) or the Diplomat of National Board(DNB), a title awarded by the National Board of examination(NBE), an autonomous academic body under the union ministry of health and family welfare, on completion of a PG degree.
Dentistry: The BDS is a four year programme.  Students study basic subjects like pathology, microbiology, medicine, human anatomy, including embryology and histology , human anatomy, physiology, biochemistry etc. Students opting for a PG can pursue a specialization and then train in a super- specialization.
Other options like Veterinary Science, Ayurveda, Homeopath, Surgery and the list goes on.. I know this is boring but u should know. so i keep quiet here..not writing any more..
bye tc and Happy independance day to all of u

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