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19th January 2014, 05:35 PM
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MBBS graduate is eligible for M.Ed?


I am Brig shamsher Singh and my daughter has passed her MBBS from Govt Med College, Kolhapur. Please confirm if she can appear for admission to PG Med Courses.
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10th February 2014, 12:38 AM
naveen1221
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Default Re: MBBS graduate is eligible for M.Ed?

Hello Sir,

Am sorry to say this, A student with the MBBS degree is not allowed for the M.Ed Course.

M.Ed course is only applicable for the students who have completed their B.Ed and that too with the minimum percentage of 60%.

The admission to the M.Ed is through the B.Ed degree followed by an aptitude test in General English and few papers studied at the B.Ed. level.

And to get into the B.Ed Course, the student should have a B.Sc or B.A Graduate Degree with 50% of marks.

The MBBS students will not follow this pattern of education, so they are not eligible to take the M.Ed course or to write the M.Ed Entrance Examination.

Instead of M.Ed, there is a great scope for MBBS students.

Scope of MBBS Course :

After MBBS, one can become,

Surgeon,
Pathologists
Psychiatrists

You can become Specialties within medicine include pediatrics, cardiology, dermatology, geriatrics, neurology.

Also there are many Jobs in various state or private hospitals.

You can get into Direct permanent Commission/Short Service Commission in Army Medical Corps.

After MBBS, you are also allowed for appearing for the Civil Services.

Union Public Service Commission(UPSC) conducts Combined Medical Services Examination for recruitment to various posts as follows :

Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the Railways.

Medical Officer in Municipal Corporations

Central Health Service (Health Ministry)

Indian Ordinance Factories Health Services (Ministry of Defence).

Also there are many Specialized Courses after MBBS, they are :

D.M. (Doctor of Medicine) : Cardiology; Neurology; Gastroentrology

M.Ch. (Master of Surgery) : Plastic Surgery; Cardio-thoracic Surgery; Neuro-Surgery; Paediatric Surgery; Gastroentrology; Surgery.

M.S. (Master of Surgery) : Surgery; Orthopaedics; E.N.T.; Ophthalmology; Anatomy

M.Sc. (Master of Science) : Medical Biochemistry; Medical Microbiology

M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) :

Medicine; Obstt. & Gynae; Paediatrics; Psychiatry; Anaesthesia; Dermatology; Radiodiagnosis; Radiotherapy; Social & Preventive Medicine; Tuberculosis & Respiratory
Diseases; Pathology; Physiology; Pharmacology; Medical Biochemistry; Microbiology; Forensic Medicine; Community Health Administration.

B.D.S. (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) :

Dentistry is a very specialized profession.

Good Luck !!
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