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    What is Allopathic Medicine(MBBS)?

    Allopathic medicine is the term that is used to describe the type of medicine that most people are familiar with. Allopathic medicine is one of the most sought after courses in the medical field. It is a form of medical practice that uses remedies such as drugs or surgeries to combat various diseases. It makes use of agents different from those of the disease treated. Allopathic medicine is one of the fastest modes of treatment for most of the diseases. Also, continuous updating and research is being done in this area.

    Area of Specialisations at Masters

    • Anesthesiology
    • General Surgery
    • Pediatrics
    • Cardiology
    • Obstetrics-Gynecology
    • Neurology
    • Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases
    • Radio-Diagnosis
    • Dermatology
    • Gastroenterology
    • ENT/Ear Nose Throat Specialist
    • Psychiatry
    • Nephrologists
    • Orthopedic

    When Can I Enroll for MBBS?

    COURSE

    ELIGIBILITY

    DURATION

    ENTRANCE EXAM

    MBBS

    HSC with PCB & English

    5 ½ Yrs.

    NEET

    MD / MS/ DNB

    MBBS

    3 Yrs.

    NEET, Autonomous Exam

    Ph.D.

    MD / MS [in related field]

    3-5 Yrs.

    Autonomous Exam

    What Personality Traits Are Required to Be an Allopathic Doctor ?

    • Good Stamina
    • Keen & quick observation
    • Good Memory & Recollection Ability
    • Good Judgment
    • Logical & Analytical Mind
    • Decision Making Ability
    • Drive to Work Hard
    • Service Mentality, Stamina, Patience
    • Power of Concentration
    • Emotional Stability
    • Self Confidence
    • Ability to befriend the patient

    What Aptitudes Are Required to Be an Allopathic Doctor?

    • High Abstract Reasoning
    • Minimum Average Verbal Reasoning
    • High Spatial Reasoning

    IQ Required to be an Allopathic Doctor?

    Minimum High Intelligence level preferred along with sufficient amount of Hard Work.

    Job Prospects Afor an Allopathic Doctor

    • Defense Sector
    • Government Organizations
    • Public Sector
    • NGO’s
    • Hospitals [Private/Government]
    • Research Institutes
    • Nursing Homes
    • Polyclinics
    • Private Practice
    • Educational Institutes

    Regulatory Body

    Medical Council of India (MCI)