• MBBS (Bachelor of medicine & bachelor of surgery) Becoming a Doctor is an ambition that many young Indian students nourish. In India, Doctors have their own place and status in the society. They are given much respect by people. Along with that, the profession is also financially well rewarding. All these factors together make this career a very popular and attractive choice among students! MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) is the Degree required to practice as a Doctor in India.

  • MBBS stands for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. It is an UG level Degree medical course. The course duration is 5½ years. The academic program is 4½ years long. 1 year is dedicated towards rotating internship.

  • The academic program is divided into 3 phases. The first phase if 1 year long. The second phase is 1½ years long. The 3rd phase consists of final 2 years. Together, these 3 phases are combined to form the 4½ years long academic program.

  • After completing the academic program and internship, successful graduates may use the prefix of ‘Doctor (Dr)’. Successful graduates may start practice as medical practitioners and treat patients under supervised or independent setup
  • NEET 2018 – National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG) 2018 or NEET 2018 entrance exam is held by the central Board of Higher Education (CBSC), For admission to MBBS /BDS courses. As per the minutes of meeting held the minister of health & F>W> on conduct of NEET 2018.Medical Counseling and completion of admission process it has been decided that NEET UG 2018 is to be conducted on 06th May 2018.Interested candidate can apply for CBSC NEET 2018 from February .The admit card will be available by the month of April 2018.

    NEET 2018 is held for All India quota seats (15%) in all Medical / Dental colleges in India Under Medical council of india with the approval from the union minister of health and family welfare. There are institutes like AIMS and JIPMER which are exceptions and does not accept CBSC NEET as their entrance exam. For admission to these institutes you have to appear for their own entrance exams. Last year 11,38,890 candidates registered for CBSC NEET, where the number of admitting seat is only 40%. This examinations was conducted in 10 languages across 103 cities and 1921 examinations centers around the country.