MEDICAL COURSES IN INDIA
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Medical Regulatory Authorities
Medical Council of India (MCI) and the Dental Council of India (DCI) are the regulatory authorities in respect of medical and dental education, respectively. The students must take admission only to medical colleges and courses that are approved by the MCI and DCI.
Medical Education in India
Education in Medical and Dentistry is offered at four levels:
There are also postdoctoral certificate courses (PDCC) of one-year duration in super-specialities open to holders of MD and MS degrees. Besides, the National Board of Examination (NBE) conducts examinations for the award of Diplomat of the National Board (DNB) as equivalent to postgraduate degrees (MD and MS) and post-doctoral degrees. Many medical colleges also offer MSc (Medical Non-clinical) courses.
Higher Level Courses In Medicine And Dentistry
Eligibility and Entrance to Medical courses
The entry requirement for both MBBS and BDS courses is a pass in 10+2 examination with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biological Science. The candidates must have completed 17 years on December 31 of the year of admission. All India common entrance test will be there for selection of candidates.
Note : Open payment seats are available in several Private/trust medical colleges of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Maharashtra, UP and Bihar which are also open to respective state residents.
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