MBBS in just 20 Lakhs?
In India, the 5 year Bachelors degree of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) is solely dependent on the NEET score of the medical students. NEET – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is an entrance examination for students who wish to study any medical course in medical and dental colleges in India or abroad.
This year, more than 15 lakh students appeared for NEET but only half of them cleared the exam. The remaining half have either lost their hope or are preparing for the next NEET 2020. But the real question is, “Why this MBBS course is so expensive?”
To sum all the running around, entrance fee, exit fee, tuition fee, coaching fee, exam preparations multiplied by the pressure before NEET and anxiety before results. The cost of doing an MBBS course in India usually crosses 50 lakhs (half a million) for sure. This doesn’t include the extravagant donations and hidden admission charges.
In India, there are about 500 medical colleges offering 65,000 medical seats each year. But what about the remaining 7,00,000 students ‘science wale bacche’ who cleared their NEET exam with no allocated medical seat?
They have no choice but to pack their bags and ‘Mummy ka banaya aachaar’ and head towards studying MBBS abroad. It is not a bad option, though! But I guess it is their only option. Here comes another catch: Students need to write IELTS/MCAT/TOEFL/TMS, etc based on the country selected.
Here is an opportunity for NEET appeared (pass/fail) medical aspirants. Bangalore Group of Institutions is conducting BS/MD (MBBS) program in collaboration with Emilio Aguinaldo College School of Medicine, Philippines.
This program enables students to study BS (Basic Science) from the Bangalore campus followed by MD (equivalent to Indian MBBS) from Manilla Campus. EAC School of Medicine was established in 1957 and their degree is approved by Medical Council of India. It is also listed under WHO (World Health Organizations).
Moreover, the overall fee for MBBS is just 20 Lakhs for this 5 year program. For more details, call +91 8105959998 and speak directly with the Admission Chancellor of Bangalore Group of Institutions. If you know any student/professional who is struggling to become a doctor, please share this information with them.
– Written by:
Marketing Head, Bangalore Group Of Institutions