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M.B.B.S

(Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery)

GU

Affiliation

5.5 Years

Duration

150

Total Intake

ExamGeneral/ EWS CategoryGeneral PwD/ EWS-PwD CategoryReserved (SC, ST, SEBC including Person with disability) Category
HSC or Equivalent examination (Physics, Chemistry & Biology / Biotechnical Theory and Practical) in percentage504540
NEET (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) Percentile504540

Eligibility Criteria

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Overview

The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) is a rigorous undergraduate program designed to train individuals in the practice of medicine. It typically spans five and a half years, focusing on biomedical sciences, clinical skills, and patient care. Through a combination of theoretical learning, practical training, and clinical rotations, students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to diagnose, treat, and prevent a wide range of medical conditions. Graduates emerge with a deep understanding of human biology, pathology, pharmacology, and clinical practice, ready to embark on fulfilling careers dedicated to healing and improving the lives of others. Graduates of MBBS programs go on to pursue further specialization or enter into clinical practice as doctors, contributing to healthcare systems worldwide. MBBS programs often emphasize a holistic approach to healthcare, encompassing not only the treatment of diseases but also the promotion of preventive medicine and public health initiatives. Students engage in hands-on training in hospitals, clinics, and community settings, gaining exposure to diverse patient populations and medical scenarios. Additionally, ethics, professionalism, and communication skills are integral components of the curriculum, preparing future doctors to navigate complex medical situations with compassion and integrity.

Programme Objectives

Pedagogy

MBBS education typically spans five and a half years, divided into pre-clinical, para-clinical, and clinical phases. During the pre-clinical years, students focus on foundational subjects like anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry. This period is crucial for building a strong understanding of the human body’s structure and function. In the para-clinical years, students delve into disciplines such as pathology, microbiology, pharmacology, and forensic medicine. These subjects provide essential knowledge about diseases, medications, and investigative procedures. The clinical phase involves rotations through various medical specialties, including internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, and others. This hands-on training takes place in our hospital and allows students to apply their theoretical knowledge in real patient care settings. In addition to traditional teaching methods, the course incorporates community health postings, where students work in rural or urban health centers to gain exposure to primary healthcare delivery and public health challenges specific to India. Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on ethics, professionalism, and communication skills, reflecting the cultural and social values integral to India’s medical profession.

Programme Outcome

Value Proposition

Solid foundation in scientific knowledge and research skills.

Preparation for diverse careers in science, research, and related fields.

Personalized learning experiences through small class sizes and mentorship.

Access to internships, workshops, and seminars with leading scientists and industry professionals.

Career Prospects

Graduates of the M.B.B.S program at Ananya College of Medicine & Research are well-prepared for a wide range of career paths, including:

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