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About Medical:


Medical education is education associated with the practice of being a medical practitioner; either the initial training to become a physician (i.e., school of medicine and internship), or additional training thereafter (e.g., residency, fellowship, and continuing medical education).Medical education and training vary considerably across the planet. Various teaching methodologies are utilized in medical education, which is a lively area of educational research. Medical education is additionally the subject-didactic academic field of teaching medical doctors in the least levels, including entry-level, post-graduate, and continuing medical education. Medical education applies theories of pedagogy specifically within the context of medical education. Specific requirements like entrustable professional activities must be met before moving on piecemeal of medical education.

In general, initial training is taken at the school of medicine. Traditionally initial medical education is split between preclinical and clinical studies. The former consists of the essential sciences like anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, pathology. The latter consists of teaching within the various areas of clinical medicine like general medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, general practice, and surgery. However, medical programs are using the systems-based curriculum in which learning is integrated, and several institutions do this.

Courses:

1.  Diploma :

There are different diploma courses available in the medical field in India like Diploma in Rural Healthcare, Diploma in Pathology & Bacteriology, DIPLOMA IN MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY [DMLT], Diploma in Medical Nursing Assistant, Diploma in Cardiology, Diploma in Health Education, Diploma in Maternity & Child Welfare, Diploma in Physiotherapy, etc.

2.  Degree :

Medical may be a vast field that offers numerous rewarding opportunities that incorporates various medical degrees at which there are undergraduate degrees and several other postgraduate degrees are offered. In undergraduate level, the MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) degree is the most predominant and competitive course in India, with some other courses like Bachelor of Dental Surgery, BAMS - Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery, Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery, Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery, etc.

The postgraduate degree courses offered in various medical subjects cause the degree of MD, MS, DM, or MCh. The surgical courses lead to the degree of MS or MCh whereas the courses related to medicine lead to the degree of MD or DM like, Master of Surgery [MS] (Orthopaedics), Master of Surgery [MS] (Anatomy), Master of Physiotherapy [MPT], Master of Chirurgiae [M.Ch] (Neuro Surgery), Master of Chirurgiae [M.Ch] (Urology), etc.

3.  Doctoral:

There has been a Doctorate program that combines medical training with research (M.D./Ph.D.) or management programs (M.D./ MBA), like Doctorate of Medicine [MD] (Pathology), Doctorate of Medicine [MD] (Microbiology), Doctorate of Medicine [MD] (Anatomy), Doctorate of Medicine [MD] (Community Medicine), Doctorate of Medicine [MD] (Forensic Medicine), Doctor of Medicine [MD] (Dermatology), Doctorate of Medicine [MD] (Obstetrics & Gynaecology), etc.

Eligibility Criteria:

1.  Undergraduate Level :

 Eligibility criteria for undergraduate degree level Candidates are to have passed Class 10+2 with Minimum 50% marks /higher Secondary/Pre-University qualifying examination with Science subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Zoology/Botany. They also must have studied English as the main subject for their qualifying examination.

2.  Postgraduate Level :

For postgraduate degree level, The applicant should have a degree or equivalent recognized qualification in the required subject with a minimum of 50% marks. The applicants should have passed out from the (10+2) Secondary and Higher Secondary with a minimum of 50% in the corresponding subjects.

Entrance Exams:

Medicine is one of the foremost wanted profession pursued by candidates after their 12th. Some of the Elite institutes conduct the medical entrance examinations as criteria for admission to their respective programs. For admission to the Undergraduate programs the following exams are conducted, NEET-UG, AIIMS UG, JIPMER UG, etc. and for Postgraduate programs, NEET MDS, AIAPGET, FET, NEET SS, AIIMS PG, JIPMER PG, PGIMER, etc. exams are conducted.

Future Scope:

1.  Job Sectors:

Various medical courses are popular and rapidly growing. It is a field that needs hard work yet a reputed one too. The patients are treated 24X7 The career is differentiated at the level of your academic education in the field of medicine. Whether you possess a diploma or bachelor's degree or a master's degree, you are in for a promising career There are good job and career opportunities for the students after getting a degree in medicine as a doctor in the future. It is the professional field with 100% job placement. No one within the country, who has the MBBS degree and has no job. You may be hired by the medical college, hospitals, home, health corporations, health ministry, medical health society, back office medical consultancy, and pharmaceutical industries. You can also work as a physician, prescribes medicines & treatment for a disease, research while surgeons perform operations.

2.  Salary:

The average salary for an MBBS doctor is around 50K -60k in most of the private and the public hospitals in the country, Post MD/MS - Rs. 30,000 to 2,00,000/ month ( 9-12years of training) , Post DM/Mch /Fellowship - Rs. 50,000 to 3,00,000/month. (12-15 years of training).

Courses
Course Name Duration
Post Doctoral Fellowship 2 Years
Courses
Course Name Duration
Other Medical 1 Years

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