Any Indian citizen who has attained the age of 17 years and has passed 10+2 Level from any recognized Council/Board of India or abroad. She/he must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology as elective subjects and obtained minimum 50% in aggregate of PCB combined. Also must have studies and passed English as a compulsory subject.
If one satisfies the above requirement then he/she can apply in prescribed format to MCI. MCI on due appraisal at their end shall issue necessary certificate according the rules of MCI. We shall assist in this.
Yes, subject to the prerequisites submitted by the candidate to MCI.
Yes, you can practice in India. In order to practice as a medical practitioner you have to register yourself with the State or Indian Medical Council. For this you have to appear for a screening test. On clearing the screening test you are eligible for registration as a doctor and allowed to practice on par with all other doctors.
Yes, after clearing the screening test & getting your registration with the State or Central Council you are eligible for any government appointment.
Normally a student who passes MBBS from a WHO recognized college is expected to clear the test. One can also take coaching towards preparation for the same.
The Medical Council of India stipulates that all students studying MBBS programme from Medical Colleges outside India and wanting to practice in India after completion of their programme, need to appear for a "Screening Test". For another query regarding MCI Screening Test Go to Service Link and See
The vegetables available there are very similar to what we get here. All the popular vegetables like Potato, Brinjal, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Beans, Carrots, and Cucumber etc are available. Similarly Egg, Fish, Chicken, Mutton are also abundant. Indian style Rotis are available in special restaurants but Loaf Bread, Cookies, Pastries, Ice Cream, Canned Juices are available in plenty in all the college canteens & dining halls.
There are two vacations. Winter and summer. The winter vacation is around the last week of December and is normally for 10-15 days. I suggest you enjoy there in that country during this period. The summer vacation is normally for 5-8 weeks and around July/August/September depends upon the University and you can easily visit your home during this period. That is also the end of term. However the travel by air takes totally about 8-10 hrs from anywhere in India with some intermittent time for flight changeover.
Yes there are many students studying there. Apart from Indian students there are lots of students from other countries also.
As per RBI regulation an Indian student pursuing education abroad can obtain Bank Loan unto 15 Lacks INR. Since the cost of the entire program is well within this amount the entire program can be funded from Bank Loan
We can certainly advise & guide but a Branch of any bank near to your place of residence will have to be approached.
In all European Countries, Russia and China the Duration is 6 years including practical Training. In USA - Central America-Belize -St. Lucia the duration of the course is Premed for 2 years, 2 years for non clinics, 2 years clinical rotations and 3 years Residency in USA, if you want to practice in USA.
The climate is little bit cold when compare to India.
All countries where students go are safe. There is good law, order and security in place. That is why International Students go there. There is a large contingent of students from India and many other countries. Students have a comfortable and pleasant stay. There are senior students who will assist in time of need. A representative for students from India is there, who you can go to if needed.
Some Universities of Europe, Russia and USA are recognized by MCI but the students have to clear his screening test in India to practice in India. Visit: www.mciindia.org
The medium of Instruction is in ENGLISH. However local Language class is included for the First 2 years. This is to make the students stay comfortable by enabling him to communicate with the locals and more with patients.
You can do it at the college in that country itself. They will also allow you to do it in your homeland. The Hospital must be recognized by the Government and on due certification the college shall confer the final MBBS degree. And the permission of MCI.
Students can contact the relevant authorities at the University / hostel to solve their problem. Also you can contact RMC EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTRE regarding your problem in case you need.
It depends on the University and Country, Please refer to the Fee Structure of the particular institution.
Students live in a University hostel. There are rooms with either two or three beds, a common bathroom or common kitchen. Each room comes with beds, tables and cupboards. Hostels are within the University campus or a 5-10 minute ride. There are internet facilities in shops near the hostel; food stores, restaurants and other facilities are nearby.
Admission does not guarantee a hostel room. Ensure you reach in the beginning of the academic year and get a seat in the Hostel; which is allotted on first come & dash; first serve basis. Students have the option of renting rent a flat in the city. 2 to 6 persons can share a flat.
Firstly you need to obtain eligibility from MCI. Then you may apply for admission. After the Registration & application process is duly completed your visa application will be processed by the college. On receipt of Visa your travel plans will be finalized and a confirmed admission order will be issued to you.
Yes on successful completion of MBBS you may pursue PG courses there.
Yes we will assist for the visa application and process.
Yes. The medical treatment in Abroad is free of cost and the university covers the medical insurance for the students.
All payments will be calculated in US Dollars. However you may pay in INR if you pay in India. At Abroad your food and other miscellaneous expenditure has to be paid in their local currency.
It depends on the airlines which you opt to travel and approximately 30000-45000 rupees return ticket
No. There are no donation or capitation fees.
Yes. You can do your internship/training in India. However, you would have to arrange it yourself. The University can arrange internship for you in study country only. Most students do their internship at the various affiliated hospitals of the University.
No. MBBS from China/Russia/Ukraine/Philippines/Kyrgyzstan are much cheaper compared to studying MBBS at private universities in India.