Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Science 2013 UG admission

{ Posted on 10:30 PM by V.C.Dave }

  1. The total seats available for admission are 100 in MGIMS 2013
  2. The permission for admitting 100 students has been given by Medical Council of India vide their letter no. MCI-NO.37(1)/2012-Med/114256 dated 26/06/12 for academic year 2012-2013. The admissions on the increased seats for the year 2013-14 are subject to the renewal of permission from Medical Council of India. Distribution of seats available for various categories (Link of Distribution)
  3. Candidates seeking admission to M.B.B.S. course of MGIMS can obtain Prospectus and Application form
    • Either by paying only Rs 4000 in cash at the Cash counter of Account Section in premises of Administrative Complex of KHS and MGIMS.
    • or by paying Rs. 4000 to State Bank of India through bank challan.
    • If the candidate wants to submit the fee by bank challan he should click the link of the bank challan (given below), fill the information required and submit it.
    • Candidate should mention full name address with pin code number on which the candidate wants to receive the prospectus & phone number for communication in the space provided on the challan form so that the prospectus can be sent to the given address.
    • The candidate is required to take a printout of the saved copy in landscape on legal size paper and has to visit the nearest branch of State Bank of India for submission of the required charges.
    • The Challan form is in three copies and the candidate has to send one original paid copy of the challan form to the “Dean, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, 442102” by speed post.
For more details visit http://www.mgims.ac.in/index.php/news/entry/procedure-for-obtaining-pmt-application-form

PG admission announcement PS Medical College, Karamsad 2017

{ Posted on 9:49 PM by V.C.Dave }
Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar affiliated Pramukh Swami Medical College, Karamsad has announced the PG Admission notice for year 2017.
The college has 15% seats for NRI students or NRI sponsored students. This is the college has clearly announced the NRI admission in Postgraduate courses.
An application form is available from PG cell of college with payment of 1500 INR.
Last date for receive of filled application form is 14th March 2017
Registered MBBS Graduates of MCI Recognized Colleges & Qualified in NEET PG-2017 may apply for the admission to 3 year MD/MS and 2 year Diploma PG Courses for the Academic Year 2017 - 2018.

More information visit http://www.charutarhealth.org/news/pg-2017
form download form link
http://www.charutarhealth.org/sites/default/files/final_pg_2017_form.pdf





Sumandeep Vidyapeeth PG admission 2013

{ Posted on 9:35 PM by V.C.Dave }
As MCI, has permitted to all Deemed Universities and Private Medical Colleges to take admission test but not to declare result, in this connection Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Vadodar, which is largest private PG institution in Gujarat has announced the PG Entrance examination schedule.
All India PG Admission Entrance Test 2013 for medical and Dental admission

Date of Examination - 2-2-2-13
Time - 11 to 2 pm
Last date of submission of application - 24 - 1- 2013
Last date of application with late fees - 28-1-2013
The form fees and examination fees - 3500 INR
Exam center - SBKS MIRC Piparia Vadoara, New Delhi and Mumbai

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MBBS and Postgraduate MD/MS admission update 2013

{ Posted on 1:51 AM by V.C.Dave }
There are large number of cases are diverted to Hon'b Supreme Court of India for NEET UG and NEET PG admission. All cases are under trial. But till the final judgement come the Supreme court has told to Medical Council of India, Dental Council of India, Government of India, all state government and private medical colleges to take their own respective examination for PG admission and MBBS admission. All should notify to respective body before 7th Jan 2013.
They can take exam but they can not declare result till further notice from court.

So all MBBS admission students and MD/ MS admission students are requested to gear up for again many more exams. Do ready for all announcement.

All detail information is available on MCI and DCI web page.

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More than 10,000 indian doctors are unemployed or noteligible for practice

{ Posted on 2:40 AM by V.C.Dave }
TOI has repored that close to 10,000 Indians across the country who have completed their undergraduate medical education abroad are unemployed or under-employed.
These are those doctors who have finished their MBBS outside india. the reason for their unemployment is  because they have not been able to clear the screening test mandated by the Medical Council of India (MCI). it was also reported that the graduates plan to approach Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Parliament demanding that the test be scrapped.
The foreign medical graduates and their parents held a meeting in Chennai on Sunday. Dr Ameer Jahan, chief patron of All India Foreign Medical Graduates' Association, said each student had spent Rs 15 to 20 lakh to study abroad. "They spend half of what it would cost at a private college here. Their course is nearly seven years long compared to the five-and-half-year medical course here. Every time they fail the screening test, they get delayed by six months and get depressed," he said.
This was expecting since long. The reason is that the parents and students are getting admission at cheaper rate and without collecting adequate information. the agents of these medical colleges are doing great marketing in India. The end result is the dissatisfaction and turbulence like this.
This is big warning signal to all parents and students who want to peruse admission in outside India.

Keep eye on the news realted to this on this web.
  

NEET PG 2013 - Dates of examination announced

{ Posted on 11:52 PM by V.C.Dave }
Government of India  established the  National Board of Examinations (NBE)  in 1975  with the  objective  of  improving  the  quality  of  the  Medical Education by establishing  high  and  uniform  standards  of  postgraduate  examinations  in modern  medicine  on  All  India  Basis  and  utilizing  existing  healthcare
infrastructure  for  capacity  building.

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NEET-PG  is  the  eligibility-cum-ranking  examination  prescribed  as  the  single entrance  examination  to  various  MD/MS  and  PG  Diploma  Courses  under  ambit of Post Graduate Medical Regulations notified by Medical Council of India  with approval of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Qualifying NEET-PG is mandatory  for  gaining  entry  to  MD/MS/PG  Diploma  Courses  under  various universities/Institutions  in  the  country .

Vide  amendments  in  the  Post  Graduate  Medical  Education  Regulations (PGMER)  issued  by  Medical  Council  of  India  with  prior  approval  of  Government of  India  it  has  been  prescribed  that:

I. There shall be a single eligibility cum entrance examination namely ‘National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for admission to Postgraduate Medical Courses’ in  each  academic  year .
II. 3%  seats  of  the  annual  sanctioned  intake  capacity  shall  be  filled  up  by candidates  with locomotory  disability  of  lower  limbs  between  50%  to  70%. Provided that in case any seat in this 3% quota remains unfilled on account of unavailability of candidates with locomotory  disability of lower  limbs  between 50% to 70% then any such unfilled seat in  this 3% quota shall be filled up by persons with locomotory  disability of  lower  limbs  between 40% to  50% -  before they  are  included  in  the  annual  sanctioned  seats  for  General  Category candidates. Provided further that this entire exercise shall be completed by each medical college  /institution  as  per  the  statutory  time  schedule  for  admissions.
III. In order to be eligible for admission to any postgraduate course in a particular academic  year ,  it  shall  be  necessary  for  a  candidate  to  obtain  minimum  of marks  at  50th  percentile  in  ‘National  Eligibility-cum-Entrance  T est  for Postgraduate courses’  held  for  the  said  academic  year .    However,  in  respect  of candidates  belonging  to  Scheduled  Castes,  Scheduled  Tribes,  Other Backward Classes, the  minimum marks shall be at 40th percentile.    In  respect of  candidates  as  provided  in  clause  9(II)  with  locomotory  disability  of  lower limbs, the minimum marks shall be at 45th percentile.
IV - Provided  that  in  determining  the  merit  of  candidates  who  are  in  service  of Government/public  authority ,  weightage  in  the  marks  may  be  given  by  the Government  /Competent  Authority  as  an  incentive  at  the  rate  of  10%  of  the marks  obtained  for  each  year  of  service  in  remote  and  /or  difficult  areas  upto  the maximum of  30%  of  the  marks obtained  in  National  Eligibility-cum-Entrance
T est,  the  remote  and  difficult  areas  shall  be  as  defined  by  State Government/Competent  authority  from  time  to  time.
V No  candidate  who  has  failed  to  obtain  the  minimum  eligibility  marks  as prescribed  in  regulations,  shall  be  admitted  to  any  Postgraduate courses  in  the said  academic  year
VI. In non-Governmental medical colleges/institutions, 50% (Fifty Percent) of the total  seats  shall  be  filled  by  State Government or  the Authority  appointed  by them, and the remaining 50% (Fifty Percent) of the seats shall be filled by the concerned medical colleges/institutions on the basis of the merit list prepared
as  per  the  marks  obtained  in  National  Eligibility-cum-Entrance  Test.

Beware - Applicant may kindly note that appearance in NEET-PG does not confer any automatic rights  to  score  a Post graduate MD/MS/Post Diploma seat. The  selection  and  admission  to  Postgraduate  seats  in  any  medical institutions  recognized  for  running  MD/MS/Post  Graduate  Diploma courses as per Indian Medical Council  Act, 1956 is  subject to fulfilling the admission criteria, eligibility , medical fitness and such criteria as may be prescribed  by  the  respective  universities,  medical  institutions,  Medical
Council  of  India,  State/Central  Government.

IMPORT ANT DATES
1. Notice  for  National Eligibility-cum-Entrance T est

2. Availability  of  Information Bulletin-cum-Examination  : 4   October-10   November  2012

Fee  Voucher  at  designated branches  of  Axis  Bank available

3. Online  Registration  and  Scheduling for  NEET-PG  : 4   October-12   November  2012

4.  Examination  Dates  of  NEET-PG : 23   November  -  6 December  2012

5. Declaration  of  Results  : By  31   January  2013

Online  applications  can  be  accessed  and  completed  till  23:59  hrs  on 12   November  2012.

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CAUTION NOTICE

1. Candidates are advised to refer to NEET-PG website www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg, Information Bulletin and website of Medical Counseling Committee www.mcc.nic.in for authentic information and periodic updates about the NEET-PG and conduct of counseling thereafter.
2. Candidates are advised not to be allured by various claims of any party or person or institute for qualifying NEET-PG examination or securing seat as per the regulations.
3.
Candidates are advised to bring any such information to the notice of NBE by e-mail: neetpg@nbe.gov.in or fax 011-45593009.

NEET 2013 - National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2013 an update

{ Posted on 3:29 AM by V.C.Dave }
Informationmbbs team is keen to provide updated information to our readers. This is major update on NEET 2013. So tell you ward to prepare for coming NEET and do ask help for any to informationmbbs team.

On 11th Sept 2012, Government of India has declared the date of NEET for 2013. The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for undergraduate admission of medical and dental will be conducted on 5th May 2013 sunday. This is the final notification and will be conducted by CBSE.
The MCI and DCI will admit students for academic year 2013 through NEET marite list. Also it has been made clear that the all state level entrance exams will no role and value. So students no need to appear any other exam for medical or dental examination.
The exam will be conducted in local language and English. Student need to start preparation according to. The syllabus of NEET is already on web of MCI since long.
you can downlaod form this link http://www.mciindia.org/tools/announcement/2011_FinalCoreSyllabus_NEET-UG/FinalCoreSyllabus_NEET-UG.pdf

So now it is very clear that students have to appear for NEET no other state entrance. Also state government has decided to make admission in homeopathic, ayurveda, physiotherapy, nursing and other professional courses, the admission criteria will be NEET, no other exam. Thus all students have to appear for NEET 2013 onward.

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First Global Female Condom Day 12-9-2012

{ Posted on 1:22 AM by V.C.Dave }
Global Female Condom Day is started with aims to increase the number of women, men, transpeople, and youth who know about, use, and advocate for female condoms.

HIV/AIDS, reproductive health and justice, women’s health, youth, and gay men’s health organizations and advocates from around the world are joining together September 12, 2012 for the first-ever Global Female Condom Day. Participating individuals and organizations will take action in their communities to increase awareness, access, and use of female condoms.

Why Global Female Condom Day is Important to observe?

Female condoms have the potential to revolutionize safer sex for diverse populations around the world. Despite the name, female condoms offer receptive partners of any gender the ability to reduce HIV and STI transmission. They are also the only woman-initiated method available today that offers dual protection from unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. However the most people are unaware or unable to access female condoms. A coordinated international day of action will help demonstrate demand and raise the visibility of FCs among communities, the media, and policy makers.

Connect with Female Condom Advocates in YOUR Community
Female condom fever is spreading across the globe. If you are in the U.S., go to www.nationalFCcoalition.org to connect with female condom campaigns and programs. Sign up to receive emails and updates from the National Female Condom Coalition.

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Misleading advertise may fine upto 1 lakh to Indian Doctor

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New Delhi: Doctors cannot advertise anything that would mislead a person
into going for a treatment based merely on the doctor's claim that
he/she would be cured completely, according to a judgement passed by
theNational Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC)
.

The commission was hearing a case where Dr Dinesh Sharma of Amritsar Eye
Clinic, Dehradun had advertised that his laser surgery could correct
visual acuity and therefore one could get rid of spectacles. The
complainant, Ajay Gautam, a mechanical engineer who wanted to join the
Indian Air Force, underwent the laser surgery and his vision
deteriorated.

Upholding a fine of Rs 1 lakh on the doctor, the commission, presided by
Justice R C Jain and member Anupam Dasgupta, found the doctor and the
hospital where the surgery was done "guilty of adopting unfair trade
practice", and violating the MCI code of ethics by publishing
"misleading advertisement".

The Medical Council of India (MCI) regulation debars any doctor from
publishing any advertising that would invite attention to him or to his
professional position, skill, qualification, achievements, attainments,
specialities, appointments, associations, affiliations or honours.
[Source: DNA

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Now cheapest MBBS in India - Now its going to true

{ Posted on 12:05 AM by V.C.Dave }
Now, you can enroll your son or daughter for medical courses at just Rs 1000 a month, its not joke!!
There are lots of inquiries we are receiving on our mail about low cost medical education. Now this is going to true. This year 50 such admission process is going on. These are the Six AIIMS like institution which are going to start in near future. These institutions will be functional at Bhopal, Jodhpur, Raipur, Patna, Bhubaneshwar and Rishikesh commencing this year on.


Meanwhile, admissions have begun in these institutes set up under the PM's health security plan which aims to admit 50 students annually for the first year of the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) course. The intake will go up to 100 in the next year and then 150 in the third eyar.
While the government will be spending around Rs 1.50 crores in producing each doctor, the students have been asked to deposit a sum of Rs 20,000 for the whole year, which includes the tuition fee of Rs 12,000 and the rest comprising admission fee, hostel fee and food.
The admission process is centrally like AIIMS. So be in touch with AIIMS web page also visit

AIIMS Bhopal http://www.aiimsbhopal.edu.in/
AIIMS Patana - http://aiimspatna.nic.in
AIIMS Jodhpur - http://aiimsjodhpur.edu.in/

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software on nutrition for health consious people and doctors

{ Posted on 11:02 PM by V.C.Dave }
Our one of client has made the Nutrition Software for calculation of your nutrition. In today's fast moving world we are not sure that we are eating balance diet or not? Are we getting all nutrition adequately or not? If i have diabetes what should i eat? If i have hypertension, than what should be my diet? I am of 70 years what should be my diet? most important question is the i am overweight and want to lose my weight, what should be my diet plan? How to calculate my calories and nutrients?
For this we are searching lots of softwares and programmes on net. But many are giving wrong information and confusing. Here with our Indian Doctor who worked long in nutrition has prepared the nice software for use.
The unique features are

  1. Nutritive value of more than 600 food items.
  2. List of  food item in decreasing or increasing order of more than 20 nutrients.
  3. Daily nutrient requirements for different age groups , sex wise and for pregnancy & lactation.
  4. Calculation of nutrients intake based on food intake of 24 hrs. It can also give average for week, month etc.
  5. Flexible in defining units of your choice & you can prepare your own recipes & store it. Nutritive values will be calculated automatically.
  6. Weekly menu for normal person , Diabetes , hypertension, Obesity & CHD are ready for print.
  7. Details of many nutrients are inbuilt.
  8. Power point slide shows are available free on request in Gujarati language for patient education. ( Posters on nutrition, recipes in Gujarati , slogans & principles of better nutrition etc.) English version is also available.
  9. You can browse contents of more than 100 items.
  10. Most of the output screens & reports can be stored or print outs can be taken.
As the programmer is Gujarati, it is promarily in Gujarati but on order other languages can be available. English is primary language of software.

The price of the software is 8000 INR only.
Special Lunching offers for first buyers - One software is free on buy of one till 31st Aug 2012.
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Pink Revolution – Needs for Indian Health scenario

{ Posted on 12:52 AM by V.C.Dave }

Pink Revolution – Needs for Indian Health scenario
Pink Revolution in context to Heath is now a day talk of everybody. The meaning of Pink revolution for Health is that the affordable Health care for All.
There are lots of meaning of Pink revolution like Breast cancer awareness Champaign is also pink revolution and second mining is the modernization of India’s food particularly poultry and meat production is also known as Pink Revolution. But now the health for all is getting popular term with Pink Revolution.
The Awaaz web page is the key for this pink revolution for health sector. They have posted on web that “Let us start a PINK REVOLUTION of HEALTHCARE in INDIA, by investing 10% of GDP in public healthcare by the Govt now, from a shockingly low 1%!. Only 7 countries all round the world, spend less than we do, to look after the health of citizens! 230 Indian mothers die during childbirth, compared to 50 per 1 lakh childbirths in other BRIC countries. 66 Indian children under 5 yrs die in India, compared to 20 in other BRIC countries. Excellent facilities in hospitals, Primary Health Centres, for preventive & curative treatments, in the Government sector can and should be made possible with more funding and support. 400 million poor people need this kind of support badly and immediately. Indians have a RIGHT TO LIFE, and a RIGHT TO HEALTH is a vital part of this constitutional right. It is a duty of the Govt to provide good hospitals and medicines for all citizens now.”
So we need to help our country citizens for getting good health care. Government health system is the key for supplying services to all particularly who are poor. If government is not ready to provide the services and all services are chargeable, that means we are cheating our fellow citizens. Health and Education should be free for everybody. 400 million of our fellow citizens are living below poverty line and how will they get the health services? The BPL bench mark is 32/day INR.   1 severe or moderate illness episode in the life of these impoverished millions is enough to set them back in life even more & erase their already slim chances of improving their living conditions.
And sanitation, clean water, health education, also needs to be improved side by side with this also. A toilet in every house, clean drinking water, sewage & electricity connections to each house in India in needed now. Internet based and citizen based monitoring of spending and other controls can be implemented for effective funds utilization.
The awaaz also telling “Yes, we have to also work towards prevention of corruption in healthcare, as we do have to in other sectors. But it should not stop investment now. Corruption is not an excuse for the measly healthcare allocation that we have tolerated in india for so long. Let us all wake up and help our poor fellow citizens by this awesome step of vastly increased funding & healthcare upgradation by the Govt.”
Do visit web and join our movement

Opportunity for medical teachers - At Nepal

{ Posted on 9:29 PM by V.C.Dave }
Medical teacher is a great profession.
There are growing medical colleges in India and world level. In this scenarion lots of opening fro medical professor, associate professor and assistant professror.
Please read best opportunity at Nepal with Tax free salary


Required Professors; Associate Professor; Asst. Professor in Anatomy; Physiology; Biochemistry; Pathology; Microbiology and Community Medicine .
Desired Profile: A recognised medical postgraduate degree in the speciality with adequate teaching and research experience.
Renumerations: Professor..............85,000/= Indian Rupees/month ( Tax Free)
                        Asso. Prof............75,000/= ""        "           "        ( Tax Free)
                        Asst. Prof.............65,000/= "         "           "        ( Tax Free)
All these posts carry an increament of 1000/= Indian Rupee per year of satisfactory service.
54 days of paid annual leave. To and fro Air fare( Only for the employee) once a year from the place of residence to Pokhara and back. Where the Air travel facility is not there, first class fare will be paid on production of actuals.
Fully Furnished residential accomodation will be provided free of cost.
NOTE: Retired persons can also apply.

Those interested as Visiting faculty can also contact the undersigned.
Please mail your Resume and detailed CV at email: guptavijay4@gmail.com at the earliest.

Principal
Dr.Vijay Gupta
Medical College in Nepal ( Pokhara)

Low Cost Medical Education Overseas

{ Posted on 10:59 PM by V.C.Dave }

MBBS Overseas
Low Cost Medical Education Overseas

There are several destinations outside India you can try for which have low cost medical education than private medical colleges in India and certainly cheaper than Management quota seats.
Just warning or caution is that after completing MD or MBBS course from overseas colleges, students have to clear MCI test for getting registration in country. If you fail to clear this test, your degree of MBBS is not valid in India. 



1. UKRAINE: This is the country where relatively low cost medical Education for Indian students. There are 23 Medical Colleges in Ukraine. All medical schools are owned by Govt. of Ukraine. The Fees range from US $ 3000 p.a. to US $ 5000 p.a. (Rs 1.5 to 2.5 lacs pa.) In most Colleges MBBS is in English Medium. Cost of Food and Hostel and books etc will be about Rs. 80,000 to 1 lac p.a. The course takes 5 years and 10 months.

Total cost of fees + hostel + food + travel + visa etc etc is between Rs. 16 to 20 lacs payable over 5 years and 10 months. It will cost you about Rs. 5.00 lacs in the first year and 2.50 lacs p.a. for the next 5 years to study in Ukraine – approximately.

Ukraine is now part of the European Credit Transfer Scheme – bologna process. So quality of education is high. Also the colleges are giving special attention to the food and accommodation for Asian students.





2. NEPAL: There are 12 medical colleges approved by the Nepal Medical Council and 1 or 2 new ones which are started in 2009 – 2010. 3 Colleges are government colleges and seats are reserved for Nepalese citizens. The 9 private Colleges are admitting international students from India & other countries.
Colleges in Kathmandu are expensive and cost about Rs 20 to 26 lacs for Indian Students.
Medical Colleges on the border cities of India cost less - fees range from Rs. 15 to 20 lacs over 5 years. Food and Hostel in Nepal is low &l costs about Rs. 60,000 p.a. Nepal is close to India and commuting is cheap. Some colleges take the fees up front - some agree to installments. Nepal is much cheaper than Donation seats and on par with the merit seats in Indian private colleges. Many Teachers are Indian. North Indian food is available. Indians do not need a visa or a passport to travel to Nepal. It is highly recommended for Indians.

3. RUSSIA: The Best medical colleges in Russia are in Moscow and St. Petersburg. These two are now expensive as they are popular for quality medical education. Fees are in the range of US $ 6000 to 8000 par year for international students and cost of life is high in these two cities – about US $ 400 or Rs. 20,000 per month. So the numbers of Indians have reduced to go to these two cities.

Medical College in small cities of Russia are lower cost. Fees are in the range of US $ 3000 to 4000 p.a. and cost of life is in the range of Rs 1 to 1.50 lacs p.a. But Russia is known for little unrest so students and parents are requested to assess theses country medical colleges and than get admission.

Students are advise to read the: Advisory for Indian Students by Indian Embassy www.indianembassy.ru
Please go to the Education section on the Menu and read under the heading “Advisory for Indian Students” Just check up if the college has English medium for all 6 years or not. As in some colleges they have English medium for 3 years and Russian medium for 3 years. Many Indian students have gone to Russia - but the number is dropping of late due to increasing cost and racial violence.

4. PHILIPPINES: They admit students after 14 years of education.
The MBBS course takes about 4 years – they call it MD. So after class 12 you can go either the Philippines and do a 2 year bachelor degree and then 4 years of MBBS. Or you do 2 years of B.Sc in India and then apply for 4 years of MBBS or MD in Philippines. It will cost you about Rs 20 lacs for 4 years of MBBS there.

5. China: Fees here range from US $ 3000 to 8000 p.a. (1.5 to 4 lacs p.a.) Cost of food and hostel is Rs. 1.00 lac to 1.50 lacs per annum. Though there are over 100 medical colleges in China only 28 of them are approved by Govt. of China to admit international students in English medium course. The number of seats per college is specified - you can find this in the MCI website so ensure to go to these 28 approved colleges ONLY or your degree will NOT be recognized anywhere in the world. It will cost you between Rs.16 to 25 lacs to study in China over 6 years.

6. Germany: Education is Free in Govt Colleges but you have to study in German Medium. It will take you 8 years to complete the course.

1 year - learn German in India,
1 year - learning German in Germany & pass competency language test 6 years -MBBS.
Cost of life is expensive – it will cost you Rs. 50,000 per month to live or Rs. 6 lacs p.a. Hence most Indian students aviod Germany unless they have a relative to stay with. As the cost of life alone over 7 years comes to Rs 40 lacs and hence it makes no economic sense to go there for MBBS.

7. Slovakia: There are many medical universities in Slovakia which offer general medicine and dentistry programme to international students. Both General Medicine and Dental programmes are available for international students with a good command of English. The Faculty of Medicine is closely connected with the Teaching Hospitals in which practical education in clinical disciplines is carried out. Graduates are awarded the academic title ‘Doctor of General Medicine’ (MD) or ‘Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD).

Duration: 6 years (MBBS) & 5-6 years (BDS)
Tuition Fee- Rs 4.25 Lac-Rs 4.86 Lac per year (depending upon University)
8. Poland: Since Poland is a member of EU, your MBBS degree will be accepted by all EU countries, without any exams or tests. GDSK is its largest university recognised by US Ministry of Education.
Duration: 6 years (MBBS) & 5-6 years (BDS)
Tuition Fee- Rs 4.25 Lac-Rs 4.86 Lac per year (depending upon Univesity)


There are many other destinations for Medical Education in the World – Romania; Georgia; Khazakastan; Belarus; Kyrgyz – all of which are former USSR Countries and very likely you will find Indian students there.

Most International Colleges have appointed agents in India who arrange for Visa, airport pick up and admission to the College etc. Some of them offer good service and some of them offer poor service. So verify the credentials of the agent before signing up with one of them.

Indian students going overseas should also visit the Medical Council of India (MCI) website – www.mciindia.org and familiarize themselves with the relevant rules which are very simple.

ELIGIBLITY TO STDY MEDICINE: MCI has prescribed that if you want to study MBBS in India OR Overseas a student has to be minimum 17 years of age as on Dec. 31 of the year of Admission and pass in class 12 with 50% in PCB average and also pass in Physics; Chemistry, Biology and English individually in class 12 Board Examination.

Check the credential of medical college on MCI web page before getting admission.
CERTIFICATE OF ELIGIBILITY: If you want to do MBBS overseas- then you go to the MCI office in New Delhi and file for a Certificate of Eligibility in the prescribed form and prescribed fee and file your class 11 and 12th mark sheet.

COMPETENCY TEST: After you do MBBS overseas & return to India and – then you need to give a competency test also known as the MCI Screening test or the FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduate Examination) which is conducted by the National Board of Examination (NBE) in New Delhi. If you pass this examination then you get registration with the MCI and you can practice in India. There is No limit on the number of attempts in this exam. There is approximately 70% pass rate in the last 2-3 years. Students who have cleared this examination have said that if you study in the medical college and also prepare for the test you can clear it in the 1st attempt.

DOCTORS WORKING OVERSEAS: Students who have finished their MBBS in India or overseas can also go to many countries and practice there. There is apparently a demand for doctors in Rural Australia, Canada, Singapore and Gulf Countries. Each country has a competency test (similar to the MCI Screening Test) which you have to give. Previously many students were going to UK after PLAB - but the UK has changed its rules and now it is difficult to go there for PG or to get a working visa as they have an oversupply of doctors.
Degree valid in US, UK & India: The degrees obtained from EU nations - Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary are directly valid in California (USA), Canada, UK, Germany, France, Italy, India, Norway, Greece, Holland, Ireland and others EU countries.

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cost of Medical education and low budget medical education in India

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Cost of Medical admission / Low Budget Medical colleges in India
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Total cost of getting MBBS degree or medical education in your Fees + Hostel + Food + Travel + Books and Pocket money etc.


Usually Hostel + Food + travel + books etc will cost you about Rs 60,000 to Rs 80,000 per year – so over 5 ½ years this would work out to Rs. 3 to 4 lacs over the duration of the course.

Coming to fees of MBBS course-

1. In India, Government Medical Colleges / Universities have low cost in terms of low budget of Medical Education. All Indians can apply for admission to government medical colleges owned by the Center or funded by the Center like BHU, AMU, Jipmer, AIIMS, AFMC, CMC etc. Apart from this all states have 15% seats in the State owned Colleges reserved for the CBSE Pre Medical Test clearing students – which is about 2000 seats. So if you are meritorious student and have capacity to clear such entrance go for and get admission at lowest budget. In such colleges fees are ranging from nil to maximum 75,000 per year.

2. State Govt. Medical Colleges: They are also Low cost. But you have to be a domicile of that state & sit for state PMT exam for admission to these colleges.
All Govt. Colleges in India charge fees ranging between Rs. 10,000 p.a. to Rs. 75,000 p.a. so your cost of education is really low – as this is subsidized by the Government or rather by our Tax money.

In above types of medical colleges, there are about 15,000 seats on offer per annum and there are 3-400,000 applications. Also there are reservation quotas in this category. So you have to study very hard to get one of these seats.


3. Private Medical Colleges / Universities / Deemed Universities – Seats on Merit: Private Colleges are offering their merit seats via an Examination such as Comed Karnataka, Manipal Exam, Sikkim Manipal Exam, DY Patil exam, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth etc.
Each State many have one or more Associations of Private medical and dental colleges who will conduct an exam and admit students on the basis of merit in the exam. Deemed Universities and Private Universities will conduct their own examination. So there is a multiplicity of exams for admission to private colleges in India.

Fees range from Rs. 3 to 4 lacs a year or Rs. 18 to 22 lacs over the duration of the course. This is the figure of current year 2012. The cost of medical education is raised this year almost double. Even after increasing 20 new medical colleges the students are not getting admission at lower cost in good medical colleges.
Add Rs 4 lacs for books / hostel / food etc.

So your cost of education will be Rs. 40 to 50 lacs over 5 ½ years if you get into a Private College on MERIT.


4. NRI Seats / Management quota Seats: These costs about double the merit seats. In addition to the fees the college wants an additional up front payment of Rs. 10 to 20 lacs depending on the College’s location and reputation.

The management quota fee is ranging between Rs. 35 to 45 lacs for the course. The range is depend on the type and location of college. You may get low budget management quota seats in newly establish medical college but the risk is that such colleges may shut down if management is poor. So this point you need to keep in mind.
The NRI quota is also ranging from 35000 us dollar to 75000 US dollar depending on type and location of college. The good colleges in country have waiting for NRI seats. There are many NRI students are coming to India for MBBS admission as internationally medical education in India is low budget with good quality education.

Your cost of life and food etc is extra. So only the rich can afford these seats.

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