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
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Dear Aspirant, Publishing careers are now not limited to print media, but have expanded exponentially to online publishing. Therefore there are bright and huge career opportunities in publishing and to be more wide in the media careers. For getting into publishing career jobs, there are different roles to play. You will have to choose one or two of them since doing work in all the departments is not possible practically. For this, it would be better if you are academically qualified to make a career in media / publishing. MA Mass Communication / BA,MA Journalism, Mass Media, are some of the op

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, Definitely studying Medicine is a good option, but please remember that it is too costly too. If you can get eligible for scholarship, then it is very feasible. After 12th PCB, you can definitely go for MBBS course from US Universities. You need to have high score in 12th PCB and you will need to appear for their entrance tests for the MBBS course. Alternatively, you can think for MBBS course from India and then MS or MD from USA. This is a very popular and the most resorted option by students. Doing your Masters from USA is a very good thing. Indian MBBS degree is recognised in

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, Instead of searching for the best college for Physiotherapy course, I would suggest you to take admission to a college which is according to you good in infrastructure, laboratories, faculty, library. There is no official data on best physiotherapy college in India. I would suggest not to waste time and get into a good college and start studying. You need to study and take efforts to learn as much as possible in order to become a good Physiotherapist. Best wishes

3 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, All career options are good and best, but the fact is to know which career option is suitable for you specifically. There is no point in looking at others and choosing the career. Are you aware of what you are best at, what are you not good at, what are your opportunities, etc.? You have not mentioned which stream you are in or what is your current educational level or qualification. You have selected Physician Doctor as the category, which appears by mistake. Please take the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This is a psychometric test which will tell you your best suitab

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, After 12th Science, if you have the aptitude and if you can clear the NEET with a high rank, then MBBS should be preferred. But do not compare it with IAS. IAS and MBBS are two different career option which have no relation with each other in any way. So please do not compare. Both can also be done, since there are many IAS officers who are MBBS degree holders and they are working in health department primarily and other departments too. However managing the studies for MBBS and IAS is difficult together and therefore you will have to plan very carefully.  Completing MBBS i

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, There are no definitive answers to your questions. All careers are in demand and shall always be. The important thing you should understand is in what career option you are suitable and best for. Not every career option is suitable to every individual, therefore asking this question is vague and irrelevant and illogical. Why don't you find out first what are your strong points in terms of aptitude, interests, emotional quotient, innate skills and abilities, etc. Knowing this aspects of what one has and what one does not have are important for career and life. Take the Ideal Care

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Hi Syed,   Your question is very subjective. I'd require some more details form you like your educational background, qualifications, work experience etc. to answer it in a relevant manner. However, to give you a broad perspective, unlike yesteryears where career options were limited to becoming a Doctor, Engineer and a teacher. With the advent of new educational courses, internet, influence of western education system a plethora of study options is now available. Apart from the conventional choices, you can now choose to be a Designer, Politician, social Worker, Actor, Radio Jockey, Arti

2 answers Nidhi Arora in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, By the tone of your concern, I definitely feel that you neither wished to become a doctor nor you have interest in the medical field. If it was, then you would have appeared for the Medical Entrance Exam and not the Engineering Entrance examinations. Further you have got a seat in an engineering college but you have not liked that college. This means that your score in engineering entrance test was also not above average and therefore you have got an average engineering college seat. I really feel, that you are not clear and do not know what course you need to do. Engineering no

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Dear Friend, there are many institutions which are striving hard to earn image for quality education so that the students feel proud to be a kin of those institutions, these institutions are working diligently in the field of education and thereafter providing placements. You may choose any one of these - GITAM University, Vishakhapatnam,.................Manav Rachna University, Faridabad,....................Lovely Professional University, Phagwara

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Physician Doctor category

Hello Mahek What is your confusion about MBBS course? Is it about choosing the course or about scope ? It has very good scope in India. If you are passionate about biology and are willing to serve in healthcare sector, then it’s suitable for you. To be successful in this career, one must be hard working, ready to put long hours at studying and practicing, able to handle stressful situations. Also excellent hand eye co-ordination, decision making skills and communication skills are required. Writing a psychometric test is highly recommended if you want some help in taking the decision. Al

3 answers Deepti Khandekar in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, Other than MBBS, if you are interested in medicine, then you may choose either BHMS or BAMS or BUMS or Veterinary Science. BHMS is a good medicine field and today many people are favouring Homeopathy to Allopathy. I would like to list few more options related to medicine or biological sciences: Dentist Dermatologist Dietician Nutritionist ENT Specialist Food Technologist Pharmacy Medicine – Allopathy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Veterinary Botany Biologist BioTechnology Microbiology / Horticulture Forestry Para-Medical – Nursing, Physiotherapy, Lab Technician Agriculture

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

2 answers Deepti Khandekar in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, After 12th you can choose any option from below: Dentist Dermatologist Dietician Nutritionist ENT Specialist Food Technologist Pharmacy Medicine – Allopathy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Veterinary Botany Biologist BioTechnology Microbiology / Horticulture Forestry Para-Medical – Nursing, Physiotherapy, Lab Technician Agriculture / Fishery Life Sciences (Genetics) In Commerce you can choose: Corporate Law Law Economics Chartered Accountancy Cost & Management Accountancy Company Secretaryship Chartered Financial Analysts Banking Insurance Finance Operations Human Reso

3 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Hello Ilias First of all don’t panic at this stage.  Decide whether you want to study for one more year. It will need great patience and focus. If you want to start your graduation then you can think about other options that are available for a student who has interest in biology and has pcb group in twelfth standard. You may opt for courses in the field of pharmacy, paramedical courses, courses like occupational therapy, physiotherapy, audiology, graduation in any subject from pure science, graduation in biotechnology, microbiology, nursing etc. If you find it confusing, go for a p

3 answers Deepti Khandekar in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, Your question confirms that though you may be academically eligible for being a Doctor, you are not suitable for the profession. What ever job you choose, working conditions for every job are different and they are supposed to be accepted. I think you should definitely know what are your real capabilities, interests, aptitude to in order to get successful in career. Please take the Ideal Career Test from careerguide.com. This is a psychometric test which will analyse your true potential. The report gets generated instantly. Best wishes  

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, Your question confirms that though you may be academically eligible for being a Doctor, you are not suitable for the profession. What ever job you choose, working conditions for every job are different and they are supposed to be accepted. I think you should definitely know what are your real capabilities, interests, aptitude to in order to get successful in career. Please take the Ideal Career Test from careerguide.com. This is a psychometric test which will analyse your true potential. The report gets generated instantly. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Dear Student, being a doctor is a matter of pride because the doctors are considered to be a saviour next to God, thus it is a noble profession. Don't take it that way that the aura in a hospital is gloomy only like people are crying on the death of their dear ones. or praying for their kith and kin involved in an accident, or for a critical condition of their relatives, rather look at the brighter side of this godly profession and believe it that you are going to join it for the sake of welfare to mankind, to serve the humanity and to try your level best to save someone's life. Just make up y

4 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Physician Doctor category

Dear Aspirant, BSC Life Sciences and Biochemistry are two good subjects you have chosen. Now since you do not expect good qualifying score, it is not at all a reason to get demotivated and discouraged. Why don't you look for doing BioTechnology  / Food Technology course? The scope is increasing and provides good growth opportunities. Alternatively, you can think to up course in Nutrition or Dietician. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Physician Doctor category

Hi There, I have no clues what you wish to know about sgt college. Sending you the link, check it for the accreditation, ranking, placement etc and also check for the courses. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Physician Doctor category