Medical as a career

"Why Medical?"

The ability to cure people and make them happy.
The progress of the human kind and civilization is the purpose of almost all of the degree college programs. Medicine participates in this process in the most direct way. The most doctors would say that there is no greater joy than the one you feel when you manage to help a very sick patient or when a group of scientists discovers a new medicine for a certain disease. The ability to directly help the curing process is also a challenge and sometimes it is not easy to cope with it.
Working with people.
A lot of students name working with people as their primary reason to study medicine. If you are a people person, medicine is the right choice for you. It is of vital importance to stress that to work with people you absolutely must have a great deal of tolerance towards endangered social groups, e.g. the old and disabled. Not only during your studies, but also later in hospitals, you will meet a lot of people besides patients – patient’s families, medical staff, technicians, administrators etc. As a part of you medical training you will also learn not to form bonds towards patients and their diagnoses or faiths, which is an extremely delicate problem especially when it comes to children.
Respect in society.
Whether we want to admit it or not, doctors are always on the top of the social scale. Whether you go to the theater or to the cinema you should know that you will be noticed. This also represents a great responsibility because it is not seldom that a doctor is also a moral authority, especially in smaller places.
This respect in society is a major factor while choosing the field of medicine for some people.

A great need for doctors.
World needs more doctors. There are differences in numbers and need for doctors in different countries. A lot of countries that have forbidden or restricted employment of foreign citizens do not apply this decision on doctors. There is great uniformity in medical science. Thus upon graduating from a medical college you can work in any hospital all around the world unlike some human sciences..
Plenty of opportunities upon graduating.
This reason is rarely stressed properly, but it truly is so. After graduation there is a broad range of opportunities for future job. In case you find none of the possibilities appealing, you can combine them or invent your own path of further specialization. Upon finishing medical college you can choose to work in hospitals, science institutes, public health care or be part of the medical segment of some other science. There are doctors who are managing health care costs in economical sciences, or cooperate as a part of judicial sciences in proving medical errors and patients’ rights.
Safe job, career, and lifestyle.
Another reason to study medicine is a certain stability upon graduation and the idea of having your own clinic and work timings after gaining some initial experience in the field. Are you strong enough to endure the rigors of a degree in medicine? Are you patient enough to learn the technicalities of the profession you’ve chosen? Are you ready to face challenges on a day to day basis? Are you ready to save some lives and make a difference to many more lives? If the answer to any of the above is yes, then Medicine is the right career for you!!!

Working in healthcare make a difference in people’s lives. Caring for people and helping others lead healthy lives is satisfying and important. Healthcare workers interact with different people everyday, including patients, doctors, medical staff. … There are lots of opportunities for advancement in healthcare.

Medical Courses after 12th – The healthcare industry aka medical industry or healthcare economy is one of the largest and fastest-growing industry of India. Aspirants choosing Biology as the main subject in Class 11 and 12, starts their rigorous preparation to pursue medical education from the beginning. However, NEET, AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS are the most eminent entrance examination for admission to undergraduate medical courses after 12th across the country. Therefore, most of the PCB students more often engage themselves into the groundwork for MBBS and BDS education. Day by Day, the demand of medical professionals is increasing due to the unfortunate upsurge in diseases and ailments.

These are the medical courses:-

  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – MBBS
  • Bachelor of Dental Surgery – BDS
  • Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery – BAMS
  • Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery – BHMS
  • Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery – BUMS
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy – B.Pth or BPT
  • Bachelor of Veterinary Science – B.VSc
  • Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yoga – BNYS
  • Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery – BSMS

Duration for these is 5 to 6  years