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Medical Jobs in India

There are several career options in India’s healthcare sector that the aspirants can avail. Depending on the individual’s skills and educational qualifications, they can qualify for the multitude of positions in the field. But, keep in mind that the medical profession is highly demanding. Also, the study of medicine is known to be one of the toughest. However, there is a steady rise in demand for medical professionals due to the increasing number of disorders that affect people.

There are 2 disciplines in the field of medicine as seen below.

1) Homeopathic or Traditional
2) Allopathic or Modern

During recent times, both the medicinal streams are seen overlapping as the popularity of Homeopathy is being revived. Also, in the coming years, they are likely to overlap to a greater extent. However, the aspirants are advised to focus on either of the medicinal categories so they know which path to follow.

In India, there are various healthcare career choices that can be availed by the aspirants. These include Medical Lab Technologist, Ayurveda, Microbiology, Naturopathy, Audiology, Dentist, Nurse, Electropathy, Homeopathy, Ophthalmologist, Optometry, Nutritionist, Orthopedics, Pharmacognosy, Occupational Therapist, Pathology, Psychiatrist, Pharmacist, Pharmacovigilance, Sports Medicine, Physiotherapist, Veterinary Science, Speech Therapy, Yoga Instructor, and Radiography.

Pros and Cons of Working in the Medicine Field

Working in the healthcare sector can be highly satisfying as these professionals can make a positive difference in people’s lives. As part of their profession, they save the lives of people and also, assist in giving birth to babies. Therefore, the healthcare profession is considered to be noble among the community members and society.

Additionally, the medical professionals earn lucrative salaries and also, they have bright career prospects.

On the other hand, the medical practitioners have to work for long hours. Also, they are needed to tend to the patients during emergencies.

Salary Structure of Medical Staff in India

The salary structure of medical specialists at different levels in India is studied below.

Internship: 2.4 – 3 LPA
Junior Resident Doctor: 3 LPA
Junior Resident Doctor: 3 – 3.6 LPA
Senior Consultants: 6 LPA

MBBS Entrance Exams

Amongst all the degrees in medicine, the MBBS ones are the most sought after. To gain admissions in the MBBS courses that are conducted by the various medical colleges, the applicants have to pass some national level entrance examinations such as AIIMS Entrance Exam and NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test). Moreover, some medical colleges hold their own specialized entrance exams for admitting students into their MBBS programs.

The MBBS courses consist of 2 undergraduate programs namely: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. However, they are awarded and conferred as one degree. The duration of the MBBS programs is 5.5 years with the inclusion of a 1-year internship.

Eligibility Criteria for the MBBS Courses

For getting admissions in the MBBS courses that are conducted by the various medical colleges, the aspirants are required to pass their 12th standard with the inclusion of subjects such as chemistry, biology, and physics.

Employment Opportunities in the Medicine Field in India

There are several options that are available for individuals armed with an MBBS degree. One can work in government-run or private hospitals. Also, they can choose to start their own clinic. If one is not keen on practicing medicine, they can become a medical researcher too.

Medical Educational Institutions in India

Some medical schools in India are Christian Medical College in Vellore, AIIMS in New Delhi, Calcutta Medical College in Kolkata, Armed Forces Medical College in Pune, Maulana Azad Medical College in New Delhi, Lady Hardinge Medical College in New Delhi, St John’s Medical College in Bangalore, Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) in Puducherry, amongst others.