Hey Dear,I am sure you are working hard for cracking your AIIMS and AIPMT exam. Both of the exams are really tough exams are require one to work hard and enough to crack the exam. Every years Lakhs of Students sit for the exam and only a very limited and handful of students qualify the exam and get admission.Dear from this year there is only a single MBBS entrance exam is held and hence only the toppers will be selected. All the colleges will take admission on the basis of the merit list that will be prepared. So you will have to work even harder to get through a good college.every one wants t

1 answer Adhunika Naithani in Physician Doctor category

Hi Rahim,   The examination content for any competitive exam should as per the syllabus followed by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the body which prescribes NCERT books in schools. It is quite difficult to clear an entrance exam, as prestigious as AIIMS by only studying NCERT books, because you'll not be able to develop a deep insight and proper understanding of any given topic. It is therefore, advised to study only the relevant topics in reference books in detail for focussed preparation of a competitive exam. A review of the last three years entrance examination papers wi

3 answers Nidhi Arora in Physician Doctor category

Dear aspirant, First of all I would like to appreciate you that you came on right platform for right guidance. As per your question that your goal is to become a doctor. As you know that for becoming a doctor, at least you have to complete [MBBS from good University or Institute][1]. I would like to suggest you that before applying for admission in any Institute or University, you must check whether Institute or University is MCI ( Medical council of India) approved or not, because some private University in India are not MCI approved.   Now I want to make you aware about one th

1 answer Ashwani  Mohan in Physician Doctor category

Dear Student, Thank for approaching [MeraCarrerGuide.com][1] as you are looking for two medical sciences as well as computer sciences both as a core course which is not possible. [Minimum qualification for medical entrance][2] test is biology -botany -zoology, physics, and chemistry at twelve level with minimum sixty percent, this is the minimum qualification to appear into any medical test like CBSE conducts All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT),Army school of Medical Defence has Armed Force Medical College (AFMC) which is established for defence medical service, Christian Medical College

2 answers Gomathi Venkat in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, Welcome to [meracareerguide][1]We are happy to guide you through to a perfect career.Great to see your positive attitude towards your future. You selected medicine as your career and it is service oriented. Therefore every field related to medicine is basically a service to humanity. You are different from others because you want to serve mankind. I appreciate it and feel proud about you.In my opinion, you should not worry about the specialisation you are going to take in your post graduate level of qualification or studies. Initially you need to complete your graduation. G

3 answers Renu in Physician Doctor category

A very good question, but a really difficult one to answer.Since Bips is not a regular combination and a rare one it took me a difficult time to hunt for the answer.But never the less the good news is that you could study further any [course right from Medical][1] to [Pharmacy][2] to [Engineering][3] to Designing to [Biotechnology][4]. Mostly as per the rules you are eligible to appear for the State level exams, as far as the All India entrance exams are concerned, the site does not mention any such criteria, so you may be eligible to appear for those exams as well.As far as BITSAT is conc

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category

Hello Nashat,  The only way to be successful in career is by being persistent. What is the use of leaving a course midway. Complete the course. Try finding interest in the subjects. Probably you could go indepth with the subject. Get into group studies etc. It is easy to quit. But at the end how many courses can you quit to find the course you are interested in. Finally if still interest is not developed then opt for courses you would be interested in like designing, homesscience, computers, management, mass media etc. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category

Hello Krishna,   Any kind of government services are selected through the Civil service exam conducted by the UPSC board. Right from administrative services to foreign services to police to national defense services etc. As such I cannot say which one is directly related to your Science Graduation, since any Graduate is eligible for the exam as such. You could try your luck with either IAS, which is mainly into administrative service or IFS, which is into foreign services. Please note to get into this service, one needs good communication skills, good general knowledge, far sightedness, l

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category

Usually, we go to a doctor whenever there is a health issue, he/she prescribes some medication and after taking them for 1 or 2 days, one can easily notice symptoms going away and feeling right as rain, but how many of us are aware that western medications have severe side effects on our body. When the health problem is more serious, medication could last for longer and even for alifetime in some chronic illness. Having said that one could easily conclude that these medicines are not capable of treating the disease, they could only control or suppress the symptoms associated with a particular

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1 answer Aditya Sisodia in Physician Doctor category

Hello Aashish,  Simply after 10th, opt for PCB. Then after 12th you would have to appear for NEET, common medical entrance exam. Please note there are seperate forms for Ayurveda, Homeopathy and VET specialization. After the entrance exam, you would have to clear the group discussion and personal interview. Based on.the result you would be eligible to pursue the 5 1/2 years medical course. The half year is for an internship and rural internship is a must. After you graduate, you qualify as a general practicioner. You can begin practice as a general practicioner or appear for an entrance e

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Thank you very much mam.And in which state it is very leading sector and how much demand it has in gulf countries like saudi and sharjah. Please reply mam ....thank you

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Hello Nitish,  Do you mean 12th PCB when you say medical stream?. Please note you have already chosen  a stream, i.e science. Now if you are not confortable you could shift to either ARTS or commerce or continue with Science. Since you are confused, best would be to opt for an Aptitude test  Anyways listing down few options any 12th pass can opt for:  Management studies ( BMS / BB Hotel Managemrnt Mass media ( BMM) ARTS LAW Literature Please do write back stating the information you lookimg at so that can be helpful. Wish you good luck...    

2 answers Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category
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MBBS or Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, to put elaborately, is counted as the most renowned as well as challenging bachelor degrees (as it has two degrees in the single medical space) in the domain. Being the most designated degree in the medical field, it’s certainly not a cakewalk for students to attain the degree and go through all that it requires to come out victorious. It takes a lot of effort on part of the students (teachers as well for that matter) to instal into medical students not just the necessary knowledge, skill and practical experience but also, most import

2 answers Lambodar Rout in Physician Doctor category
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Hello Aruna,  Please note if you wish to be a Psychiatrist who treats patients through medications and electro convulsive therapy then MBBS is a must. At the post graduate level you could opt for Psychiatry. But if you wish to treat patients purely through counseling and therapies, MBBS is not required. After completing 12th any stream, you could opt for a 3 years graduation course in Psychology. Follow it up with  a 2 years masters program where you could specialise in any of the programs namely clinical, counseling, industrial psychology. In terms of admission to a BA program pleas

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category

Hello,  Bakery is a part of Homescience, which one can pursue after 12th after an entrance exam.  It is also taught as a part of Hotel management, which one can pursue after 12th after an entrance exam. Please note apart from the above, there are diploma programs available, which is roughly around 6 months which includes internships too. There are many private institutes run by homemakers. These courses are good only if you wish to practice on your own or just as a hobby course. Strictly avoid online courses, since this course needs practical exposure. Check the following Institute:&

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category

Hello Sanjiv,, I have never heard of a diploma in medicine course after 10th. Ofcourse there are pg diploma programs available for Medical Graduates. Please do write back what exactly are you looking out for so that I can help you. Wish you good luck..  

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category

Hello Riya,  There is no midway. Either you pursue MBBS or try and convince them that you would not be able to cope up with the course. Doing a course just to satisfy parents without any interest would not help you score to your maximum potentials. Ofcourse a course in physiotheraphy, occupational theraphy or dentistry are medical.courses and very much in demand like other specialization in medical. Find a way to talk to them before you jump into a course. But do not negotiate on emotional terms, be practical and logical, only then will your points be taken. Or else take an Aptitude test.

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category

Hello Devika,  To pursue the medical profession, a student needs to pursue PCB in 12th. After that the student needs to clear the medical entrance exam like NEET, AIPMT etc. Please note if you are interested in dentistry and veternary doctor then you have to fill a seperate form than a regular entrance exam form. Once you secure admission, the MBBS course is 5 1/2 years course whereby 6 months is internship in which rural internship is must. Here you do not specialise in any field. Hence you could practice as a general physician once you pass MBBS. Similiar is BDS course. Only that after

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category

Hello Kalyani,  Whether you obtain a masters degree or any certificate, to practice in any country abroad, you will need to qualify according to their requirements. In UAE, you need to clear the test conducted by the MOH. Read more about it at: Similiarly for practicing at Malaysia, you will need to obtain a temporary practicing certificate from the malaysian dental board. http://mdc.moh.gov.my/modules/mastop_publish/?tac=FAQ According to me best would be to appear for GRE and pursue higher studies from abroad, which automatically makes you eligible to practice as you have obtained a deg

2 answers Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category

 Hello Rahul,  Biology is a science related stream. Mainlyy into scientific application and research.  As a biologists, you can apply your scientific knowledge and join any industry of your choice right from pharmacy to biotechnology, chemical firms, clinical research teams, food science organizations, etc.  You can even pursue a course in lab technology and work as a medical lab technician. You could pursue a course in nutrition and dietetics and work as a dietician. You could also pursue microbiology and get into research related work related to microbes and their effects

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category