Medical Field is quite difficult in comparison to Engineering. A medical degree has never been easy to obtain. The most common and designated degree for doctors is MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery). The Bachelor of Medicine and the Bachelor of Surgery are two bachelor degrees in the same discipline. This is the tradition of the United Kingdom, and several universities in other nations follow suit.

Admission to the MBBS program is determined on the results of the NEET test. To qualify for the NEET Exam, students must be over the age of 17 and have studied Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology as required subjects in class 12. NEET 2022 is scheduled for September 2022. There are 1824 accredited medical colleges in India, of which 122 are private and 567 are government-run. MBBS fees vary according to whether the college is public or private. The MBBS Syllabus is identical in all of India's major medical colleges. All students would be required to study the 19 subjects included in the MBBS program. The first year of MBBS subjects include Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Physiology, while the second year of MBBS subjects includes seven subjects. The MBBS Syllabus covers both mandatory and elective subjects such as pharmacology, anatomy, pathology, community health, and medicine. The MBBS fees range between INR 5,00,000 and INR 50,00,000, and individuals who successfully complete the program have a variety of job prospects. Candidates with an MBBS degree can work as doctors in private and public hospitals, railways, and the armed services. Students can also pursue postgraduate medical degrees such as MD Medicine or an MBA following their MBBS to enhance their employment prospects.

MBBS Course Specifications

• The Latin abbreviation for MBBS is Medicine Baccalaureus Baccalaureus Chirurgiae.

• The abbreviation MBBS refers to Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.

• The duration of the MBBS program is 5.5 years. The duration of the MBBS program is one year, which includes an internship.

• Only students who intend to pursue MBBS are eligible to take an admission exam such as NEET.

• According to sources, the National Medical Council (NMC) is expected to implement an online MCQ exam called NeXT (National Exit Test) for final-year MBBS students in order to issue them practicing licenses beginning in 2023.

• It is believed that in the next years, NeXT will most likely supplant the NEET PG Exam.

• To study MBBS from abroad, students must pass the 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology as obligatory subjects from a recognized board.

• Students who complete a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery can begin earning between INR 5,00,000 and INR 12,00,000 per year as general physicians.

• Popular courses after MBBS include specialisations in a variety of subjects and the possibility of pursuing MD and MS degrees.

• Students who do not wish to sit for the NEET examination may enroll in other medical programmes after completing their 12th year.

MBBS Full Form

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

MBBS Course duration 5 years 6 months

MBBS Admission NEET

MBBS Syllabus 19 subjects

MBBS abroad USA, UK, Russia, Canada

Medical Colleges in India AIIMS, PGIMER, CMC Vellore etc

MBBS Course Fees Govt: INR1628 – 20000

 Private: INR 3,00,000 - 56,00,000