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Adv. Ved VinayakLaw educator at Lex Logic You Tube channel.

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Yes, the field of medicine is overrated since even after earning your MBBS you must pursue a postgraduate degree or even a superspeciality to gain the knowledge and abilities necessary to treat patients on a secondary or tertiary level. You will only be limited to working in primary settings with a lower salary of typically between $30k and $60k after earning your MBBS.

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Vishal KaushikNEET adpariant want to be BAMS DOCTOR

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Yes because Now boards exams has been cancelled so that students need at least 4to5month to preparation for NEET.

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Tenth Class

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Must join cardiology.

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Tanvi Agarwal

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I would like to ask another question against this, is that even required to pay one crore rupees to get a PG medical seat? Till you come to an answer I have one, Germany is a country which believes in educating rather than making it an occupation I. e. there is no tuition fees in public universities of Germany to study. For further details you can contact here, 9 1 7 9 6 7 regarding medical studies.

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Sameer Ahmad Mir

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There is no comparison between the two
As we know we can't do all of our own we are also dependent and they are also dependent
So we work like a one team
We can become failure if we don't respect each other.

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Samannita Banerjee

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How many score is required in NEET 2018 to get a chance in BDS course in a government medical college in India.

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Aksha Jindal

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I think if you are completely indulge in having a doctorate degree and want to be a successful doctor then you should do MBBS then MD or MS. You must be aware of the things that now the pattern has been changed as now after completing MBBS there is an exit test if you cleared that test only then you will get the MBBS degree after that there is an entrance test for MD or MS and then again the exit test for same. In this course you just need strong determination towards your goal and ofcourse a lot if hardwork. On the other side if you just want to be a normal doctor then you can do MBA as doing MBA after MBBS is in trend. Now these days everyo... View More

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Smriti Vats

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In some cases, reservation system is useful i.e. in registration fees of some exams. But reservation system should be according to the financial circumstances not according to the caste system. And after MBBS, we should prefer those who have better skills and knowledge.

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Dr Swastik SahuMedical & Engineering Consultant

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A common entrance test is not only legal but also need of the society for ensuring transparency and less hardship to the students who are eagerly waiting to join medical profession.
Common entrance will also prevent corrupt practices of private run medical colleges.

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