There is no denying the fact that in India MBBS is the most reputed degree and all over the world. In India, the young medical aspirants and their parents take the preparations and the goal of being a doctor quite seriously. In India, the entrance exam for medical colleges is called NEET. NEET is the abbreviated form of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. The students who are from the science stream in their 12th standard, with physics, chemistry, and biology as their major subjects are eligible to apply for this medical entrance. The qualification of NEET and the cutoff bar ensure the admission of a student to Indian medical colleges in order to achieve their dream of becoming a recognized doctor and serve humankind. NEET is considered one of the toughest entrance examinations in India and people take the qualification very seriously. Every year over lakh students apply for this entrance examination and about a fraction of them are able to qualify and seek admission in the medical colleges of India. The medical colleges in India are recognized widely all over the world and Indian doctors get jobs in other countries as well. Pursuing MBBS from any Indian medical college is the first and topmost priority of every Indian medical student, but due to the cutthroat NEET competition, only a few are able to secure admission in Indian medical colleges. Whereas, the remaining qualified students either plan to reappear again or seek admission in the medical universities abroad and choose the option to study MBBS abroad.
The main reason due to which the majority of Indian medical students seek admission to medical universities abroad is that the rules vary according to the state rules in different countries. Generally, for Indian students, the minimum qualification in NEET is considered mandatory to seek admission in the medical universities abroad, apart from that, having 50 percent marks at least, in the 12th standard is also the necessary criteria. Therefore, seeking admission to medical universities abroad is not only a great option for Indian medical students but will also help the students to save their precious year.
All the medical universities in abroad are recognized by the National Medical Council (NMC), the World Health Organization, WDOMS, and other such organizations, which allows Indian students to pursue MBBS abroad and pursue jobs internationally as well. This means students will be able to practice their medical careers in any country even in Indian after qualifying for the FMGE of that country. Another greatest advantage of studying MBBS abroad is the affordable medical education. The fees of medical education are very high in India as compared to abroad. In foreign countries, generally, education is quite costly, but for Indian students, there are scholarships available, and other concessions which allow the education to be cheaper. Universities in Russia, Kazakhstan, China, and other American and Caribbean states prefer Indian students, and also provide a healthy environment and some other facilities to make them feel at home, like offering Indian mess, safe and comfortable hostel accommodation, and celebration of all major Indian festivals inside the university campus.
The only difference between pursuing MBBS from Indian medical universities and foreign universities is the knowledge and training. The exposure in abroad medical universities is quite good, and the students who are already pursuing education abroad agree to it in general. But in India, the comfort zone is there for the students, in terms of language and communication. The English language is the preferred medium of education in most countries abroad and even India is a preferred destination for foreign nationals for both tourism and education.
The Visa process is another obstacle that the students get, and lack of knowledge about good colleges is also one of the reasons why most middle-class parents are still skeptical about foreign universities.
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