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Month: December 2018


MBBS is a dream for every students and Parents, also studying MBBS in abroad is very high expectations for everyone. The popular country options for MBBS abroad includes: Russia, China, Georgia, Philippines, British Guyana, Caribbean Islands, different EU countries, UK, Australia, USA (for MD), Canada (for MD), our neighboring countries like Bangladesh and Nepal.

Who can study MBBS abroad:

  • A student who has completed 12th standard with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with minimum 50%
  • A student whose parents or sponsor can afford the cost of whole programme starting from Rs 12 lacs from their own savings or education loan
  • For studying in English speaking countries, IELTS examination score of 7 bands overall with no band less than 6.5 is generally required
  • For other countries, IELTS is not required.

Whether any entrance examination required separately:

Few countries require the students to take their own entrance examination for MBBS study, but there are many countries where you do not need any entrance examination.

Russia, China, Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh – No Direct admission to the MBBS programme. NEET compulsory.

Philippines–Student takes admission to Pre-medical study (BS programme) for 1 year to 1.5 years which also covers preparation for the entrance examination in Philippines, named NMAT. Students can appear for two to three times for NMAT during BS programme. The examination is conducted twice a year in Oct/Nov or Mar/Apr. Once cleared, student joins the MBBS study for 4 years. If the student is unable to clear the examination during pre-med course, then provisional admission to MBBS university is given; but student will have to clear the NMAT with another two chances; so all together students get 5 chances to clear NMAT. IELTS not required.

Nepal – Students need to take admission for the selected university and then need to take the entrance examination. For this year the examination registration will happen till 18th of July 2017; students who have taken the admission to the Nepal medicine schools prior to 18th July will take the examination in Nepal later.

Whether NEET ranking is considered?


How much is the study cost in these countries?

Cost varies from country to country. But for total study cost (for full duration) ranges from Rs 12 lacs to 70 lacs maximum (not considering UK, USA, Canada, Australia, NZ). Living cost separate.


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Kyiv Medical University of UAFM or Kiev Medical University of UAFM is a Ukrainian higher learning institution. Established in 1992, the university has trained over 10,000 health personnel—mainly general practitioners, dentists and pharmacists. As of August 2014, about 1000 foreign students study at KMU.

Ukraine has set high standards of education and health care industry in the country. A health competition revolves among medical universities in Ukraine.

Apart from being a local university with high rank, KMU has established as the most dynamic medical universities among CIS nations and European Countries.

The university was founded in the year 1992. It has already trained more than 10,000 students who emerged as successful medical practitioners. Around 1000 foreign students study at KMU.

International students need not worry about the legality of their degree. All degrees issued by KMU are legal, and approved by the Foreign Ministry of Affairs, Ukraine.

There is an international collaboration initiated by KMU. The Kiev Medical University has registered with the AVICENNA directory. It has ties with the University of Copenhagen. Besides, there is also an association with the World Health Organization as well as the World Federation for Medical Education. Eventually, it makes Kiev Medical University duly recognized by the WHO.

MBBS and other medical degrees offered by KMU are approved by many medical councils in the world.

Indian Medical Council, General Medical Council of UK, Ghana Medical and Dental Council, Nigerian Medical and Dental Council, Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, US Education Department etc are the few countries that approve MBBS from KMU.


Kiev is the capital city of Ukraine and this university is named after the city. This city is marked one of the safest and secured places for the foreign students.


  • MBBS is a 6 years course. It is inclusive of one year internship training in the hospitals and clinics attached with the university. The course is taught both in English and Ukraine Medium.
  • Dentistry is a five years course, offered by KMU.
  • There is an exclusive one year preparatory course for international students.

Admission Procedure

The university offers two admission sessions, every year. Admission is available in the month of February & September for each session. However, KMU enrolls a majority in September session. Those who missed admission, take MBBS admission in KMU in February session.

Minimum score of 50% from science stream from higher secondary school is the eligibility criteria to apply for MBBS in Kviv.


  • The university has put forth strong foundation for development of international medical education and research.
  • Indian Students, after completion of the course can appear in the screening exam and after passing it, can start practicing.
  • The Ministry of Education and Science has recognized KMU with the highest level of accreditation.
  • University provides hostel facilities for international students with all facilities.
  • Rigorous training and practical session forms major part of last three years of study.
  • Cost of education is highly affordable.


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Osh State Medical University is the 2nd best university to study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan after KSMU and among all MCI approved government universities for medical studies to study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan. It is a B+ graded university offering low cost MBBS program for Indian students. The students and the parents should always choose the official education consultants  having certificate of representation from the university to ensure proper guidance and reliable admission to OSMU and travel services.

The MCI approved university is situated around 6 hours road trip from the capital city namely Bishkek and offers a good campus and off campus life. More than 12,000 students study medicine in Kyrgyzstan at Osh State Medical University out of which around 15% are International students from various countries such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and other 23 countries. The cost to study at Osh MBBS fees structure is already low and there is no Scholarship offered to the Indian students.

Among all the universities offering programs study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan at Osh State Medical University, this university is the quite popular This is due to good passing percentage in the MCI screening test. The last batch in 2015 had a very high passing ratio of around 46% of the students passing the MCI screening test.


The minimum academic records of the students in Physics – Chemistry – Biology (PCB) at 10+2 level in Science stream are 50%. There are only 30 seats for Indian students. Again these seats are divided among North / South / West India.



SCGSPL has been placing Indian students study MBBS Kyrgyzstan at Osh State Medical University in general & at OSMU as its official representative in India for the last 5 years. Currently there are around 2,000 Indian students studying at Osh State medical University to pursue their MBBS Kyrgyzstan. By now,SHREET has been successful in placing more than 350+ students for MBBS abroad programs while our 50+ students are currently studying at OSMU in different levels.

Always prefer to apply directly instead of sub agents since it would give the students a chance to get honest guideline to select the right university suitable for MBBS in Kyrgyzstan. The On-line and direct admission system ensures complete transparency for the Indian students applying for MBBS in Kyrgyzstan. The students are able to track the entire admission system progress through our latest technology “SATS”. 

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Myths of Studying Abroad

In a fast-paced world, where people are reaching heights, we still cling to our comfort Zone and doesn’t usually want to take a bold step of moving to some unknown place. A lot of people think twice before taking this step, but once taken it could prove to be one of the most enchanting experiences of your life, all you need to do is push your boundaries and take a decision. It not just boosts your career but also give your personality a competitive edge.

If studying Abroad is on your bucket list too but your mind is clouded with the myths, we help you bust them.



*It’s all about having Fun

If you think studying abroad is another way of having fun for students, then it’s time to change your perception.

Studying abroad requires a lot of efforts and hard work, you get a lot of projects, assignments to complete on weekends, also regular attendance is an important tool while studying abroad.

No doubt, you get to engage in other activities to refresh yourself, but it is all a part of it. You will have to keep putting in efforts to complete your course and gain credits in the university.


* Racism and Bullying are a part of the survival

If you think living abroad leads to racism and Bullying, then get your facts correct.

People in abroad are not as difficult to deal with as they seem to be, Ukraine and Georgia welcome Indian Students heart warmingly, and no discrimination is made against Indian Students. The University and professors are also careful about any such incident and ensure that no student has to go through such terrifying experience. In case something like this comes up, it is addressed with full responsibility and sincerity.


* Fear of Acceptance

It’s time to bust the myth that only students with good grades get selected in foreign universities, there are many more criteria that are considered before accepting you as a suitable candidate. If the fear of acceptance is still in your mind, you need to get rid of it before applying for MBBS abroad. Once you are confident about your skills and yourself, there is no looking back.


* Teachers and Peers are not supportive

If you think that professors in the class are not as supportive of international students, then you are wrong. In fact, students from foreign countries grab more attention by teachers.

They offer a complete support and can be reached out at any point in time. They help you clear all your doubts and help you introduce all the new rules of the university.

Not only teachers, peers and your classmates are supportive too. They help you with all sorts of class notes as well as help you visit the city and explore new places, culture, and languages.


* Lifelong friendships cannot be formed.

Studying in foreign universities provide an ample of opportunities to make lifelong, true and reliable friends.

Most people think that students from different culture and region won’t be much support and would be rude. But your belief is wrong. While going to abroad, you get an opportunity to meet people from all over the world and befriend them. Making friends from different culture help you learn a lot of new things and experiences. It also makes you Connect and bond with people and help make long-lasting memories.



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Opportunities After MBBS Abroad

According to reports, students after graduating from foreign Medical Colleges can possibly now practice in India without any exams and test. The proposal is expected to be out soon by ministry of Law and Justice. This step has been taken to address the problem of acute shortage of good and qualified doctors in India.

The present law allows Indian students to study MBBS from any recognised foreign medical University, however these students  need to clear a screening test before practising in India.

But now, government is in the favour of giving Medical Council of India a nod of letting Doctors practice in their own country without any test or exam.

Doctors from all over the world can now indulge and practice as they want, this would increase the human resource in medical field.

As of now, Students who got their medical Degrees from USA, Canada, New Zealand and Australia can practice medical profession in Indian without giving Medical Test or Exam, but for students with a degree from other countries, would also be able to work in India without giving any test, according to the new rule.

After completing medical studies from foreign country, students have a lot of options to follow. Few of the career choices that one can opt for are listed below:

Clinical Practices with the degree :

One can start their own clinic after studying MBBS from abroad. These clinical practices involves two Sectors, One is government sector and the second is Private sector. In case of government sector, one can be recruited as a regular doctor for full time or on contract basis. Working as a regular doctor in government sector gets you a 50% quota in postgraduate admissions in the state of Andhra Pradesh.  While in Private sector, one can join a corporate hospital or can run their own clinic.

Going for speciality after MBBS:

After completing MBBS, this is the most common option that every student wants to opt for, but unfortunately there are very few seats in postgraduate course, this makes it hard for students to keep up with their interest in the subject. Usually students take a one or a two year break to prepare for the PG entrance.
There are several options when it comes to going for specialization, one is a 3 year M.D/M.S Course, another is 2 year PG Diploma course.

USMLE (United states Medical Licensing Exam):

It is a 3 step procedure exam for students who are willing to study in US after MBBS. Many Indian students at times fail to clear USMLE. Also the cost of doing USMLE is quite high. Even After clearing the exam, one is not secured to be able to study the same because of inability to secure US residency, which is mandatory for USMLE.


For some, the studies just doesn’t end after 5-6 years of MBBS degree, they rely on their will to learn and invent more. There are around 45 PhD courses after MBBS that has been recognized by MCI in India.

Duration of a PhD course is of 3 years. The most renowned research institute in India is the ICMR (Indian council for medical research). A degree from here adds 7 stars to your profile.

Hospital Management :

After MBBS abroad, students can go for MHA, i.e Masters in Hospital Management. It is a fast developing sector in today’s time, and offers a good career scope for the students with Medical Background.


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NEET Eligibility Criteria 2019

NEET 2019 will be held on May 5 in a single shift. Candidates who will not meet NEET 2019 eligibility criteria will become ineligible for the forthcoming sessions of the entrance exam.

As per the latest NEET 2019 eligibility criteria, the upper age limit candidates i.e. the candidates with age 25 or more are eligible to apply and take NEET 2019.

NEET Eligibility Criteria 2019 – The National Testing Agency (NTA), the regulatory body for NEET 2019 have determined the NEET 2019 eligibility criteria for the first time. Aspirants of NEET 2019 seeking admission to the medical, dental and AYUSH courses at the undergraduate level are advised to check the eligibility criteria of NEET 2019. The prerequisites given here are in accordance with those specified by NTA based on the Regulations on Graduate Medical Education, 1997 (amended in 2018). NEET eligibility criteria 2019 will specify the age limit, academic qualifications, nationality and other mandatory requirements which must be met by all the aspirants.

LATEST: NEET 2019 application form last date extended till December 7! Click here, to apply!


NEET 2019 Eligibility Criteria :



Qualifying Exam

10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English as core subject in both Classes 11 and 12 from a recognized board/Additional Subject(Biology).

Minimum Age Requirement

17 years as on December 31, 2019.

Maximum Age Limit*

25 years of age or more for unreserved category candidates and 30 years of age for reserved and PwD category candidates.

Qualifying Marks

UR – 50%, OBC/SC/ST – 40%, PWD – 45% (minimum aggregate marks only for PCB subjects)

Maximum Attempts

No limit on the permitted number of attempts.


Indian Nationals, NRIs, OCIs, PIOs & Foreign Nationals


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Syllabus of NEET UG 2019

The NEET is a three-hour long exam which includes three sections – physics, chemistry and biology.

Of the total 180 questions, 90 would be from biology and 45 each from physics and chemistry. Preparation syllabus includes the whole of Class 11 and 12 standard NCERT textbooks in the respective subjects. Every correct answer would fetch you plus four marks and every incorrect answer results in a negative mark. Questions that are not attempted do not have any penalty marks. So, choose your battles wisely, if you do not know a question for sure, do not mark it.


Syllabus of NEET UG 2019


1. Gravitation, Kinematics, Laws of Motion

2. Kinetic theory and perfect gas

3. System of particles, rigid body

4. Oscillations, waves

5. Work, Power and Energy

6. Bulk matter and its properties

7. Measurement, SI units

8. Heat, Temperature, Thermodynamics and its laws

9. Nuclei and Atoms

10. Electricity- Static and Current

11. Properties of matter, dual nature and radiation

12. Ray optics and optical instruments

13. Light- Reflection, Refraction, and laws

14. Magnetism and magnetic effects

15. Electrostatics




1. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

2. Equilibrium

3. Environmental Chemistry

4. Structure of Atom

5. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

6. Properties of Matter- Gases and Liquids

7. s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)

8. p- block elements

10. Thermodynamics

11. Equilibrium

12. Redox reactions

13. Haloalkenes and Haloarenes

14. Surface Chemistry

15. Solid state

16. Solutions




1. Diversity in Living world

2. Structural organisation in animals and plants

3. Cell structure and function

4. Plant physiology

5. Human physiology

6. Reproduction

7. Genetics and evolution

8. Biology and Human welfare

9. Biotechnology and its applications

10. Ecology and environment.


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MBBS | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

An MBBS is a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree. It is the basic and most popular [undergraduate] medical degree pursued in India because it allows one to go on to get a Masters degree in a large variety of specializations (i.e. General Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopedics, Radio-diagnosis, Radiotherapy, Obstetrics and Gynecology, etc), and is therefore extremely competitive. The length of the program is on average 5 and a half years, of which the first 3 semesters, lasting 18 months each, are spent on classes, while the last year is dedicated to the compulsory rotating internship. The cost for an MBBS varies depending on the institute, and ranges from Rs 332 per year for a local student to Rs 970 per year for an outstation student (from All India Institute of Medical Sciences AIIMS), to Rs 10,000-12,000 per year (for JIPMER), up to even 2-3 lakhs (not including housing and cost of food) per year (for a private college).


Students interested in MBBS degree in India must be at least 17 years of age at time of admission, and are required to complete a Higher Secondary [School] Certificate examination, a 10+2 standard. For the medical programs, the HSC (also known as the ’10+2′ exam) must be taken in the Science stream, in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and English, with a minimum of 50% marks in each course. Since MBBS admission requirements vary between institutions and only around 28,742 students are admitted annually, it is also important to get a high rank in the All India Pre Medical Entrance Exam (conducted by many different agencies).


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How to prepare for NEET 2019? / NEET 201 9 के लिए तैयारी कैसे करें?

Know the syllabus
Candidates starting to prepare for NEET at home must be familiar with the syllabus of NEET 2019 before rushing headlong into studies. With National Testing Agency (NTA) replacing Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) as the conducting body, it has been specified that there will be no change in NEET syllabusand NEET exam pattern apart from test being conducted online. The syllabus of NEET covers syllabi of various state boards, therefore one must be well versed with the topics that are covered under the syllabi of other states. Make a note of the topics that are not covered in your board syllabus and club them in order to prepare for NEET 2019.


Make a timetable

Aspirants who want to know how to prepare for NEET 2019 at home must follow a timetable over a long period of time. This will lead to discipline in your daily schedule and each day will bring the candidates near to the aim of cracking NEET UG. A well-crafted timetable allows you to bifurcate time and allot equal time to each section. Candidates must ensure that they analyse their weak areas as they cover a topic. This preparation strategy should be framed in a way that makes you do smart work along with hard work. The time that the aspirants are giving for NEET preparation should be in sync with regular studies and school timetable.

Start from basics

This has been the advice of all the toppers and guides alike that candidates preparing for NEET UG should start from the scratch. NEET 2019 aspirants are required to have the basic understanding of concepts. It is recommended to have in-depth knowledge of topics because rote learning will not be helpful in the exam. NCERT textbooks of Class 11 and 12 will be your best friends to start your preparations at home. When covering a topic write information you tend to forget in your notebook. It is suggested to make notes of important points as relying on just reading will not be sufficient. With this practice, aspirants can cover the whole syllabus starting from topics that they are comparatively easy for them and moving to the ones which seem challenging.

Take Mock Tests

Taking full-length mock tests is very essential for candidates who want to know how to prepare for NEET at home. There is no one to supervise and aspirants should be their best judge in this process. NEET should not be the candidates’ first experience and the mock test will acquaint with the exam pressure. The candidates will get habitual of completing the exam in three hours time. It should be made sure by the aspirants that the level of the mock test is similar to the NEET question paper level. Candidates can practice the previous year question papers while preparing which will give insights about the repetitive questions and important topics. Don’t wait for your preparations to get completed to attempt a mock test. Analyse your performance after every mock test and work on your weak areas.

Revise regularly

Since the syllabus of NEET 2019 is vast, revision is very crucial. Even if aspirants have acquired full knowledge about a particular topic, chapter, concept or subject, revision is must. Candidates can take 40-50 multiple choice questions from a particular topic or chapter and solve them taking 1 minute for each question. Aspirants can also go for comprehensive revision by taking up already covered topic. For this, NCERT textbooks of Class 11and 12, personal notes and modules will be beneficial.

Important Topics for NEET 2019


Important Topics in Physics for NEET 2019

It is always wise to pick up topics that carry high weightage.

  • Theory-based questions include questions from Modern Physics, Magnetism, Heat and Thermo Dynamics, Oscillations, etc.
  • Magnetic Effects of Current covers more marks than any other unit in NEET Physics Section as per previous years’ paper analysis.
  • Candidates must make sure that they cover these topics thoroughly to score decently in physics theory.
  • As far as Problem solving questions are concerned, one must gauge the formulae first. Thereafter, while solving the problem, check if the similar system of units is there, if not use the conversion rules.
  • Electrodynamics
  • Wave Optics
  • Semi conductors
  • Modern Physics
  • Rigid Body Dynamics
  • KTG & Thermodynamics


Important Topics in Chemistry for NEET 2019

Chemistry in NEET 2019 is considered to be one of the easiest and scoring sections.

  • Pay equal attention to both, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry.
  • Be thorough with atomic structure, chemical bonding, Chemical Equilibrium and Acids, P Block elements, etc.
  • Apart from this you must solve the numerical problems regularly in order to perfect problem solving abilities.

Some of the most important topics in Chemistry section are:

  • Chemical Bonding
  • Coordination Compounds
  • Carbonyl Compounds
  • Organic Chemistry-I


Important Topics in Biology for NEET 2019

Biology preparation is mainly segregated in two sections- Botany and Zoology. Over the past few years, biology has seen a rise in difficulty level.

  • For Botany, go through the topics related to plan diversity and classification.
  • Plant Physiology, however, can be less stressed upon, if you face time constraints.
  • for Zoology, focus on Reproductive Health, biodiversity, polygenic inheritance, Mendelian disorders, etc.

Given below are some of the important topics to be covered under this section of NEET 2019.

  • Plant Anatomy
  • Pollination
  • DNA Replication
  • Photosynthesis
  • PAGE Theory
  • Endocrine System
  • Excretory and Nervous System
  • Digestive System


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NEET 2019 application: Following the Supreme Court’s order, NTA has extended the registration closing date for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for undergraduate courses. Therefore, candidates have time till December 7 to fill in the application form. The apex court on Thursday allowed candidates 25 years and above to sit for the exam. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had earlier notified the upper age limit of 25 for general and 30 years for reserved category candidates for applying for the NEET-UG exams.


Who all can apply for NEET 2019?

NEET 2019 eligibility age limit: Those who are 25 years or above can apply and appear for NEET 2019. However, since the matter is still in court, the admission will be subjected to the final outcome of the case on the validity of CBSE’s decision to fix the upper age limit.

Open school: Those who have appeared from open school can apply but their candidature depends on the court’s verdict.


The entrance exam held for securing admission MBBS/BDS courses in India is going to be held on May 5, 2019 (Sunday). This is the first time National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the exam. While the application process was closing on November 30, 2018, it is, however, will be extended due to Supreme Court’s order.

Interested candidates can apply at — The last date of fee submission is December 8. The medical aspirants may correct the particulars of the application at the time when the correction facility in the application form is available, which is, from January 14 to January 31, 2019.

Moreover, the latest note on the official website of NTA has cleared that the physically disabled candidates can apply for NEET, however, the admission in medical courses depend on the court’s verdict.

“As per the advice received from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India vide letter dated 20.11.2018, it is hereby informed that the PwD candidates may fill in the Online Application Form of NEET (UG) 2019 on the basis of the draft guidelines placed on the website of the Medical Council of India (MCI),” read the note.

Moreover, the latest note on the official website of NTA has cleared that the physically disabled candidates can apply for NEET, however, the admission in medical courses depend on the court’s verdict.

“As per the advice received from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India vide letter dated 20.11.2018, it is hereby informed that the PwD candidates may fill in the Online Application Form of NEET (UG) 2019 on the basis of the draft guidelines placed on the website of the Medical Council of India (MCI),” read the note.


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