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MBBS Full Form | What is Full Form of MBBS ?

MBBS Full Form : MBBS stands for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

What is full form of MBBS?

MBBS has combination of two bachelor degree in it that is "Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery". The short form is coined from the Latin "Medicinae Baccalaureus, Baccalaureus Chirurgiae". As their name suggests these two are different degrees but in practice they are combined together in one & awarded together. Any aspirants who want go for Medical or Heath Science must have MBBS degree.

Eligibility to Pursue MBBS

Being a doctor is one of the noblest professions. It is not easy to become a doctor, one has to go uphill to crack competitive exams. There also a few qualities a medical aspirants have to have.

  • Age must be in between 17-25 years. OBC/SC/ST candidates will have age relaxation as per as Govt rules.
  • Candidates must have 50% marks in their 10+2 exam. For OBC/SC/ST candidates marks is 40%.
  • Candidates should have Physics, Chemistry, Biology in 10+2 board exam.
  • Candidate must have clearance certificate in NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) exam.

What is NEET Exam for MBBS?

NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test that is held on national level for aspirants who want to pursue in MBBS course. Without NEET clearance certificate one can't get admission in MBBS course. Candidates who also want to get admission in MBBS in foreign countries must have NEET clearance certificate.

What is require skill for MBBS

Every medical practitioner must have this skill. Like

Ability to work in a critical and dynamic environmentProfessional commitments and medical ethics
Desire for knowledge and learning new researchScientific research and development skills
Sharp memory and prompt approachCommunication interpersonal skills
Counselling and caring skillsApproachable and empathetic skills
Medical writing skillPatience and perseverance

Subjects in MBBS course

In MBBS course, aspiring doctors not only learn about everything about medical and healthcare industry, but they also learn the ethical practices, get to intern with hospitals and volunteering projects. These are the subjects of MBBS course:

AnatomyDermatology & Venereology
PhysiologyObstetrics & Gynecology
Forensic Medicine & ToxicologyOphthalmology
Community MedicineSurgery

Career Prospective after MBBS course

During one year internship medical students can work with hospitals and healthcare centres as consultants, physicians, medical assistants in critical care units, among others. They can also take participate in different Govt heath campaign to get work with public in awareness of diseases, medical health & medicines.

After this internship students get registered themselves as doctors in Medical Council of India (MCI). Then they can go for more higher studies like MD/Ms or can work as qualified doctors in mefical sector. In Govt & private medical facilities.


What is MBBS?

MBBS is an undergraduate medical degree formally known as Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. MBBS is an abbreviation of Medicinae Baccalaureus Baccalaureus Chirurgiae, which is the term used for this course in Latin.

Which is higher MBBS or MD?

MD is higher than MBBS in India. MBBS is UG course after class 12th. To pursue MBBS ( Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery), Students need to take NEET UG exam. Once a student is MBBS, you can pursue MD that is PG course after taking NEET PG in India.

Can we join MBBS without NEET?

No you can't. NEET, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is must for joining MBBS.

Is science required for MBBS?

Students must have Physics, Chemistry, Biology in their 10+2. So as you can see except Mathematics other three main subjects for science is required.

Can you practice medicine in India after MBBS?

Yes after MBBS, you have registered yourself as a registered doctor in Medical Council of India (MCI). So you can call anyone as doctor after MBBS & practice medicine in India.



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