MBBS full form is Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery. It is an undergraduate degree in which they specialize in medical and surgical medicine and it is conferred by colleges and universities.
This degree is a professional degree in medicine and surgery. After completed of MBBS you will become a medical professional.
The course duration of MBBS is five years including a one-year rotational internship in the Hospital. This degree combines both degrees in medicine and surgery.
If students have a science background with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as subject combinations then those students are eligible to study the MBBS.
The name of the top college in India for MBBS in AIIMS (All India Institute Of Medical Science) at New Delhi,
AFMC (Armed Forces Medical College) at Pune, LHMC(Lady Hardinge Medical College )at New Delhi, Seth GS Medical College in Mumbai, Christia Medical College, Vellore, MAMc(Maulana Azada Medical College) at Delhi, etc.
Course Details of MBBS?
For a candidate to become a doctor’s first requirement is an MBBS degree and to complete this course the time duration is five years and one year is an internship.
The syllabus of the MBBS course is
- Anatomy (Dermatology and Venereology)
- Biochemistry (Medicine)
- Physiology (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
- Florence Medicine and Toxicology
- Ophthalmology (Microbiology)
- Orthopedic (Pathology)
- Otorhiolaniorlaringology (Pharmacology)
- Pediatrics (Anesthesiology)
- Psychiatric(Community Medicine)
After completing the academic course in the internship stage. Then you join the Hospital and Health care center as a physician consultant to get an opportunity to practice.
After completing the internship course, you can register your name in the Medical Council Of India(MCI) as a doctor.
What are the course criteria of MBBS?
The minimum requirement for completing this course is students should have 12th passed out with a science background.
From the subject point of view, must have a biology subject including all subjects and you have a 50% mark in 12th science and your age minimum of 17 years.
This is the first requirement to join the MBBS course and next qualify for the NEET entrance examination then you can select to join the MBBS course.
The first condition is, that you fulfill all conditions of MCI(Medical Council Of India), then you should have to give an entrance exam that is NEET(National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test).
After qualifying for this entrance exam you are eligible to take admission in the MBBS course as a student.
After qualify NEET you can join a college that provided the MBBS course because this course is provided by both private and government institutes.
NEET Exam and Marking Process
The total mark for the NEET exam is 720. The NEET entrance exam has 180 questions and this exam takes only offline mode. The type of question is only multiple choices and the subject is physic, chemistry, and Biology.
The question paper has negative markings if you choose the wrong answer the respective marks will get deducted from your total mark. The time duration for this exam is three hours.
According to the mark basis, each question is four marks. If you choose correctly then you will get 4 marks but if you choose the wrong answer to a question then your 4 marks get deducted from your result.
To join the private MBBS colleges course fee is much higher. The course fee for MBBS is 10,00,000 to 25,00,000 INR, which is very high.
After qualified NEET entrance, maybe you can not join government colleges because of the high competition which is why most of the students join private colleges.
There are also Government colleges and anyone can join that but there is high competition and their selection process is also very tough. This course does not offer distanced courses like the graduation course.