50%. Marks : At least 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology (PCB) in 12th/Inter/Equivalent. For students from “SC/ST/OBC Categories”, they must have a minimum of 40% marks in PCB.
In order to apply for the MBBS course abroad, the student must qualify NEET in the year he/she wants to apply, or he/she must have qualified NEET within the past two years.
After completing an MBBS program, it is mandatory for students who wish to practice in India. If he/she wishes to practice as a doctor in India, he/she must take the NEXT (National Exit Test) / FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduates Exam).
To be eligible for admission, a student must turn 17 years old by December 31 of the admission year.
It is the English language that is used as the medium of instruction in medical universities for international students, but students are also taught the language of the country where they are being admitted.
Classes usually begin in the first week of September, but it depends on the university.
Universities provide two vacations a year as follows: In January, winter vacation is 15 days long, while summer vacation is two months long (June-July).
No. As students are sent on student visas, they cannot work part-time. While studying, it is illegal to work.
It is compulsory for students to purchase medical insurance that will cover all their medical expenses if they become ill. Every year, it must be renewed.
In general, students spend $100 a month on living expenses, but it depends on their lifestyles.
To make transactions, students must carry an international card.
Contracts between universities and students guarantee students that their fees will remain unchanged during the course of the studies.
There will be no refund of fees since a new admission cannot be made on that seat, and it has already been wasted.
Yes. Internships are offered to students who pass the MCI Screening Test.
Yes. After passing the “MCI Screening Test,” they can work in both government and private hospitals as well as open their own clinics.