July 2018 – Shreet Career Guidance Services Pvt. Ltd.
 
 

Month: July 2018

In India the ratio of MBBS seats to that of medical college is comparatively low.  Despite of having a large number of seats, all the students are not that lucky to get an admission in medical colleges, reason being half of the seats are allotted to private colleges which demands 50 lack capitations each.

 

 

Here at SHREET CAREER GUIDANCE SERVICES we don’t want any of our students to miss out the chance to study as a result of which we provide our students the alternative for that-

MBBS IN PHILIPPINES

Philippines is a perfect spot for MBBS. It is a safe country and ensures secured living for other students who come to study for MBBS there. Amongst all of the courses in Philippines-MBBS is the first choice of Indian student as the country caters MBBS course at a very affordable rates along with various other advantages in contrast to other countries. The Philippines medical schools are graduate school which offer the Doctor of Medicine degree (M.D). It is a four year degree program which qualifies the degree holder to take the licensure exam for medical specialists in the Philippines.

There are various advantage of MBBS in Philippines primary being the practice of theoretical knowledge that students gain from the college. All the medical colleges in Philippines emphasis on practice as compared to theory which gives you greater extent of practical experience that  later on helps you during your career.

 There are few other advantages such as good weather and low fee in medical colleges for Indian students. Philippines is the third biggest English talking nation in the world which provides various opportunities for the students to think about other projects in Philippines as well as  in other countries such as UK, USA, Australia, Canada, etc.

 

Thus, MBBS in Philippines is the key to unlock various doors of opportunity and prosperity.

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The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET-UG) is a competitive exam conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for aspirants seeking admission to undergraduate MBBS and BDS courses all over India. Every year more and more candidates apply for NEET Exam to pursue a career in medical science.

Before preparing for any competitive exam candidates should be aware of the basic details of the examination. Here are some NEET Exam details that can help aspirants to prepare for the examination.

 Age criteria

For State Quota Seats and All India Quota Seats, the minimum age for aspirants to apply for NEET UG is 17 years. The upper age limit is 25 years. For ST, SC and OBC there is 5 years of relaxation.

 Educational Qualification

Candidates should pass in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English separately. 50% aggregate in Biology, Physics, and Biology is a must for general category students.

 Subjects and Pattern

NEET UG Exam is mainly based on 3 subjects – Chemistry, Physics, and Biology (Botany & Zoology). There are total 180 MCQs, with a time duration of 3 hours. For every correct answer, candidates are awarded 4 marks and 1 mark is deducted for every wrong answer.

When it comes to medical aspirants in the country, the first hurdle to accomplish is NEET UG. It is one of the toughest exams in the country. For admission into medical colleges, this is the only entrance exam conducted, so a huge number of candidates appear for NEET Exam. The exam not only requires just hard work but also the right technique to clear it.  Though it may seem difficult with a proper preparation plan it is a lot easier to crack this examination. The following NEET preparation tips can help aspirants to prepare for the exam in a better way.

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Know the syllabus

The very first thing that aspirants should know is the complete information about the official NEET syllabus. They can compare the NEET syllabus with their board exam syllabus. It is beneficial because if there are common chapter candidates will not have to prepare for them separately. This can give extra time to prepare for the topics that are not covered in the syllabus.

Topics to focus for NEET 2019
  • Physics – Optics, Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Thermodynamics
  • Chemistry – General Organic Chemistry, Mole Concept, Periodic Table, Coordination Chemistry, Chemical Bonding.
  • Biology – Genetics, Ecology & Environment, Cell Biology, Morphology, Basics of Biotechnology, Reproduction, Physiology of Animals & Plants.

Study Material

The most important element to prepare for any exam is good study materials. Following the right NEET study material is very important for preparing for the examination. NCERT are the best NEET books to prepare for the exam. Aspirants can consult NEET teachers and toppers or read their interviews and check which books they referred. But reading NEET toppers interview, candidates can also get an idea about their strategy and NEET preparation style. Here are some NEET Preparation books which aspirants can follow while preparing for NEET 2018.

Physics Chemistry Biology
Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations – R. C. Mukherjee Objective NCERT at Your Fingertips for NEET
The Feynman Lectures on Physics Vol. II & Vol. II Organic Chemistry – MConcise Inorganic Chemistry – J. D. Leeorrison and Boyd Trueman’s Elementary Biology Volume – I and Volume – II
Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick & Walker Organic Chemistry – Peter Sykes AC Dutta for Botany
Concepts of Physics Vol I and II by H.C. Verma Physical Chemistry for Medical Entrance by OP Tandon Books by T.L Rayar
The Feynman Lectures on Physics Vol. I (Mechanics. Radiation and Heat) Organic Chemistry – M. S. Chauhan 11th and 12th NCERT textbooks

Create timetable for study

Timetable can help aspirants plan and stick to their study routine. A well-prepared timetable can allow candidates to work on their weaker sections and allot time for NEET mock test and evaluation. It will also create a sense of seriousness and discipline in a candidate’s NEET preparation. Here are some easy steps that candidates can follow to prepare a NEET time table.

  • Take care of your health
  • Get enough sleep
  • Don’t sleep during study time
  • Get a calendar and a diary
  • Set your priorities
  • Set out long study hours

Practice NEET sample papers and last year’s question paper

One of the greatest challenges for any entrance exam is the time limitation. Practice is the key for all competitive exams. Candidates have to complete 180 questions with time duration of 3 hours. This means that they can dedicate only 1 minute for each question. Thus time management skill is essential for NEET Exam. Candidates should practice NEET sample papers and previous year’s question paper to improve their speed and accuracy. Solving question paper will also give them an idea about the question pattern, difficulty level of questions and question weight age in the exam. They can also analyze their weak and strong sections by solving mock papers.

Prepare notes

The best way to improve memory skills is to prepare notes while studying. Candidates should write down all the important notes in a copy or diary which can be useful for revision before the examination and save a lot of time for them. Candidates should note down the points clearly as it will help them to avoid confusion during the time of revision.

Concentrate on weaker sections

A student can be very strong in one topic and relatively weaker in another but they should not get demotivated with this. They should work harder on the sections they are weak in to strengthen them. They can take guidance from teachers and friends if they find it difficult to understand any concept. Candidates can solve NEET sample papers and previous year’s question paper to analyze their weaker section and dedicate more time on those sections. By this way, they can overcome their fear of weakness and gain a lot of confidence.

Use codes

Aspirants can use analogies to remember certain important information. Analogies help connect certain areas of the brain to others and are effective in retaining information because they connect new information to already existing information. Mnemonics can be used to remember important sections such as the periodic table in chemistry.

Take Scheduled Breaks

Candidates should avoid marathon study sessions, especially for difficult topics. While doing a challenging crossword, they may realize that if they take a break and come back to the puzzle, they will end up with a solution faster. This is because although students aren’t consciously solving it, their brain is still working in the background subconsciously. It does most of the hard work for them. Candidates should plan and take timed breaks in between study sessions to prepare for the exam in a better way.

Take care of health

A complete sleep is the best meditation. Not only a healthy sleep will revitalize a student, but it also boosts their concentration power. They should make sure they take enough breaks (scheduled and not random) and maintain a regular sleep cycle. Since an aspirant’s brain does most of the hard work here, they should give it sufficient time to recuperate. Sufficient rest can also help candidates to stay positive and continue to remain motivated.

These are some NEET preparation tips that candidates can follow to score good marks in the exam. Apart from all these preparation tips and strategies, candidates still make some mistakes while preparing that can be harmful to their results.

Here are some common mistakes that candidates should avoid during their NEET preparation.
  • Not following the time table: Candidates should strictly follow the timetable they have prepared for the exam.
  • Busy schedule: Candidates should not follow a hectic schedule or study for a long period of time as it can affect their retention and develop fatigue.
  • Avoid NCERT: 70% of the questions come from NCERT textbooks, so candidates should not ignore NCERT books.
  • Confuse about Book:  Aspirants should avoid studying from many books at a time as they can get confused and mess up their NEET preparation.
  • Ignoring subjects and topics: When it comes to competitive entrance exam like NEET UG candidates should not leave a single page of any subject from the NEET syllabus unturned.

Candidates should follow these NEET preparation tips to secure a good rank in NEET Exam. They should avoid all the mistakes which are mentioned during their NEET preparation. Stay connected with us to get the latest notification and updates on NEET 2019.

 

 

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There are several medical institutions in India which provide a degree in medical science. It is not necessary that you will get proper education from all medical colleges. Before choosing a medical college you must examine all the pros and cons of it carefully. Even if you hold a degree of medicine but lack appropriate knowledge of this field then your career is deemed to go down. For getting admission into prosperous medical colleges an aspiring candidate has to go through immense competition.

There are several courses which are provided in themedical field. The most popular degree course in medicine is MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery). MBBS is the most prominent and designated degree of doctors. This course has always been in heavy demand by the non-medical students after class 12th. Due to an-unfortunate boost in diseases and ailments among people, the demand of a medical professional is increasing day by day. One should have qualities like caring nature, self-confidence, good diagnosing ability and good communication skill to become a good doctor.

The good thing about getting MBBS degree is that after completing MBBS one could open their own clinic and practice or even go for a job in the medical field. One can join a private health firm or go for government jobs too. If you don’t want to practice medicine then you may also become a researcher. MBBS is a very rewarding degree.

MBBS is a 5.5-year degree including a one-year compulsory internship. To pursue MBBS you must have passed your class 12th with physics, chemistry, and bio. To get admission in a medical college certain national level entrance exams like NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test), AIIMS MBBS entrance exametc are conducted. Some medical colleges conduct their own entrance exam.

The study of Bachelor of Medicine or Bachelor of Surgery is considered to be the toughest. The study of medicine requires regular and sincere study. It takes great efforts to become a doctor.

 

 

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WHY go Study abroad?

 

 

  • The Ranking: Let’s face it. India falls way short. With the kind of potential bursting up here, we should be the brain-hub of the world. Right? We are the brain-drain hub, rather. Didn’t we all outrage like cry-babies when the new Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, made no mention about how India helped him, etc., etc.? The question, rather, should have been: Did India help him at all? We all love a foreign brand here. No wonder, most of world-renowned Indian success stories are written abroad.

 

  • The Opportunities: While you are studying abroad, you will have to do your own work, find a job that takes care of your living expenses there. Most of us will take it as a serious problem. Going abroad is, actually, for those who will see it as what it is- an opportunity to become exactly what you are capable of. Anywhere abroad, the global market will be at your disposal. Studying Abroad will make you an independent and confident individual.

 

  • Flexibility: You not only have accelerated courses but the options of “dual major”, “minor” and “free electives”. That is, studies in more than one subject. Of course, you need to select cautiously but this is a concept that looks quite futuristic for India.

 

  • Focus on skill building: Education system abroad is more focused on developing practical skills of a student and making him job ready, unlike India where the focus is purely on theoretical knowledge.

 

  • The Exposure: The opportunity of living and studying aboard offers the kind of exposure, which a student can never get in India. The cultural diversity, advance technology, government facilities and quality of life is far more superior.

 

  • The Social Benefits: Unlike the Indian government, the government of developed countries provide a lot of social benefits to students like free health care, free libraries, student discounts on travel, restaurants, shopping etc.

 

  • Travel the World: Travelling Abroad for a holiday from India always looks like a expensive affair, but when you are living abroad and earning in a foreign currency, making holiday plans to exotic locations will be a lot easier. Not to mention countries like UK, US, Australia etc are portals to get easy access to some of the most exiting travel destinations.

 

  • They want Indians: India is not only a good student bank but a potential hub of striking innovators. Many universities are looking for program partnerships with universities here. Many of the countries are looking to invite Indian blood directly on their soil. Why wait?

 

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Birat Medical College

“They strive to improve health care in Eastern Nepal, our nation, and the world through excellence and consistently superior leadership in education, clinical care, discovery, and service.”

 

Campus is beautiful, complete with towering green trees and brick buildings. There are cafe, sports, library and a multitude of great study spots. Whether you are a prospective student or already taking classes, feel free to explore and see what makes BMC so special.

Birat Medical college is located in Nepal. The college strives to providequality medical education required to address the existing and emerging health problems of the population.  Birat Medical college, Nepal stands by its earnest commitment to produce skillful medical graduates, who can address the complex nature of health problems. Birat Medical college aims at holistic development of the student by incorporating innovative and modern teaching techniques, activities, practical exposure, and opportunities to participate in national/international scientific forums. The Birat Medical college, Nepal Fees structure is affordable and students from all strata can conveniently seek admission here.

 

4 Reasons Why You’ll Love BMC

  • A Medical School Dedicated To Your Success
  • Learn from the Best
  • Highly Supportive Educational Environment
  • Location Advantage

 

Birat Medical college has the undertaking to produce competent individuals with technological knowhow to provide healthcare facilities to the people of the country and society. They are made morally strong and confident to handle all the situations in their medical career. The feestructure has been so devised as to not fall heavy on the pockets of those seeking admission to the medical college.

A very comprehensive Birat Medical college, Nepal fees structure 2018 has been laid out on the website of the college. Noting the fact that the fees for pursuing medical education is not a cakewalk for many, the Birat Medical college, Nepal fees structure for self finance helps those students who cannot afford to pay the entire fees together.

 

 

 

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The Kyrgyz State Medical Academy (KSMA) was opened on 1 September 1939 in the city of Bishkek (formerly Frunze), Kyrgyzstan, with the recruitment of 200 students.

 

The General medicine programme is aimed to produce physicians (MD) with the specialization in the selected area. The programme is built up in accordance with standards accepted by medical universities of CIS and Europe.

The KSMA also offers this programme in English; however it is required that by the third year of studies students will be obliged to speak Russian to be able to work with patients. To meet this requirement students take intensive Russian language courses during the first and the second years of studies.

 

The Pediatrics programme is focused on the studies of peculiarities of the children bodies as related to the diagnostics and treatment of children

Postgraduate specialization for both programmes is implemented at the center for postgraduate Education within the broad range of specialties (Surgery, Gynaecology, Family Medicine Internal Medicine, ophthalmology, grammatology, and other) from 2 to 3 years.

The establishment of the institute was contributed to by the First Moscow Medical Institute, high medical schools of Saint-Petersburg, Almaty, Tashkent and other medical institutions.

 

 

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Keen on becoming a Doctor? Didn’t get seat in India? Upset with usual destinations and their poor performance in MCI screening!!?

Let’s make a right decision with International Higher Education Forum

Twinning options with residency in USA/Canada, Total package starts from 65 lacs, Only CAAMHP accredited College to offer this fee structure.

 

Mauritius: 

Highest % in MCI screening (65%)
MCI Curriculum
Government University
60% Indian population
World’s best tourist spot with 100% safety
Low fee structure (All inclusive package of 40 lacs)

 

 

Dubai – Paradise for Doctors

International Syllabus with MCI coaching
Earn in lakhs after completion of program
Practicing options across GCC
Pathway to US, UK and Canada
Fee :More than 1 Cr.

 

Malaysia :

Excellent settlement options
Can practice in Malaysia
Similar pattern of MCI
Safe and secure country
One of the best career options
Fee :More than 80 Lacs

 

 

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Nepalgunj Medical College is a private medical college located in Nepalgunj, Nepal. It was started in 1996, the first batch of MBBS was started in 1997 and students got degree in 2002.  The college is recognized by Nepal Medical Council and affiliated to Kathmandu University.

The college strives to provide quality medical education required to address the existing and emerging health problems of the population. Nepalgunj Medical College, Nepal stands by its earnest commitment to produce skillful medical graduates, who can address the complex nature of health problems. Nepalgunj Medical College aims at holistic development of the student by incorporating innovative and modern teaching techniques, activities, practical exposure, and opportunities to participate in national/international scientific forums. The Nepalgunj Medical College Fees structure is affordable and students from all strata can conveniently seek admission here.

Courses– College offers MBBS and Specialisation in following branches-

MBBS
MD/MS – Medicine, Surgery, Obsetetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Orthopedic, ENT, Anesthesiology, Radiology, Forensic Medicine, Psychiatry, Ophthalmology and Pathology.
MD – Anatomy, Microbiology, Physiology, Pharmacology
M.Sc. – Anatomy, Microbiology, Physiology, Pharmacology and Biochemistry.

Entry Qualification for MBBS:-

Completed 17 years of age, and Completed 10+2 years of education or Intermediate of Science or equivalent, with English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry as main subjects and he/she must have passed in all the subjects mentioned above, securing not less than 50% of marks in the subjects mentioned above put together and also obtain an aggregate of 50% overall.

 

FEES STRUCTURE

Tuition fee
Installment payment : 54 lacs -(1st installment:27 lakh and remaining 27 lakh in 9 installments, 2.75 lakhs every 6 months.)
1 Time fee payment : 50 lacs

Hostel and mess : 1 lacs INR per year

FOR BOOKING: 5 lac deposit.

Note:All fees are in IC, Limited seats available, hurry up to book your seat

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Last Opportunity to study MBBS in NEPAL for 2018 intake .(Few seat left)

NEPAL: Nepal, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is a landlocked country in South Asia located mainly in the Himalayas but also includes parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain.

Geography-Population
Capital: Kathmandu
Area: 147,181 km ²
Climate: monsoonal climate
Total Population: 29,331,000 (est. 2009)
Languages: Nepali ,Government-Economy
Government Type: Republic GDP: $34.880 billion (est. 2010)GDP – per capita (PPP): $ 1,237 (est. 2010)

Accommodation
Budget accommodation in Nepal ranges from around 250 NPR to around 750 NPR for a double. Cheaper rooms usually do not have sheets, blankets, towels, or anything else besides a bed and a door. Most budget hotels and guesthouses have a wide range of rooms, so be sure to see what you are getting, even if you have stayed there before. Accommodations will often be the cheapest part of your budget in Nepal.

Money
Currency used in Nepal is the Nepalese rupee, although Indial currency is valid as well. There are banks in Kathmandu, Pokhara and in several other major cities that will allow you to retrieve cash from ATMs or using your credit card.

Health
Gastrointestinal problems are common; filter or treat your water or use bottled water, making sure the lid is sealed. Get vaccinated and consider prophylactic treatment, as tropical diseases are common as well. Altitude sickness is also rampant for newcomers who are unused to the high altitude, thus it is good to take daytime conditioning hikes that push acclimation then return to a more reasonable elevation at night.

Safety
Nepal’s cities are safer than most. Even pickpockets are rare. Still, don’t flash cash or make ostentatious displays of wealth, out of respect for the non materialistic reality of the people. There are strikes (‘bandas’) and demonstrations to contend with. Businesses close and transportation halts. Ask about strikes at your hotel and make sure you have enough money to last. Food and water are still available in hotels, and much business goes on behind closed doors. Rallies and demonstrations are routinely charged by police wielding laathis or long sticks. Tourists should keep a low profile, and to avoid confrontations.

 

For MBBS from NEPAL:

NEET 2018 score is valid .
Last date for Admission
Total tuition fee with hostel for 5 year : INR 33 lakh
1st year 15 lakh ic
2 nd year 9 lakh ic
3 rd year 9 lakh ic
Last date for Admission : 25th July

Documents Required :

  • For admisison Student need to carry Valid 10th & 12 mark-sheet.
  • All Academic certificates
  • Aadhar Card,
  • Neet score card with Min cash or demand draft of INR 5 lakh

 

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