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Medicine is one of the most sought-after professions in India. Becoming a doctor is a dream shared by countless students across the country. It is considered the most respected profession. However, with fierce competition, getting into a medical school is no easy task. With so many students competing for a limited number of seats, getting into a good medical college requires a lot of hard work and patience.
When it comes to choosing a medical course, there are plenty of choices available to the students. Here are some of the main courses you can opt for-
MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery)
MBBS degree makes you a doctor in allopathic medicine. It is the most popular medical courses in India. MBBS degree equips you with the knowledge required to treat sick patients. There is a huge demand for qualified doctors in India. Most medical students complete MBBS course and pursue post graduate level studies (MD or MS).
BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)
BDS course imparts knowledge about caring for teeth, gums and tissues in the mouth. It also involves cosmetology in which the dentists improve the overall look and appearance of the person with cosmetic dentistry procedures. Orthodontics (straightening and aligning of teeth and jaws), Periodontics (deals with gum diseases) and Endodontics (root canal jobs) are some of the main specializations available to the aspiring dentists. Dentists are high in demand across the country.
BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medical & Surgery)
Homeopathy is an alternative system of medicine with millions of followers in India and across the world. It is considered one of the most holistic systems of medicines. In homeopathy, the eating habits, sleep, dreams and family history of diseases is taken into account.
BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic medicine and Surgery)
Ayurveda is one of the most ancient medicine systems that originated in India. This system of medicine is used to treat a wide variety of common as well as chronic diseases. After completing BAMS course, the students can pursue post graduate program in Ayurveda.
Apart from these four, there are many other medical courses that students can opt for. These include Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT), BOTH (Bachelor of Occupational Therapy), BSc. Nurs. (Bachelor of Science, Nursing). When it comes to taking admission in these courses, the students have to appear for competitive examinations. In Maharashtra, for example, MH CET (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test) can help you gain admission into various medical courses.