Medical education,course of study directed towards imparting to seeking to become physicians the knowledge and skills required for the prevention and treatment of diseases.It also develops the methods and objectives appropriate to the study of the still unknown facts that produce disease or favour well being.[This is the actual defination of medical studies].
In easy words, it is a brave decision for any young man/women to pursue medical education as it requires complex procedure of choosing college/Institution,arranging finances and than committing him/her to intense study for 8-9 years. We at EOE specialized in medical education,make it easier for you and your parents to take admission in any overseas colleges within your budget.
Becoming a Doctor in India is most respected profession but to take admission in Indian colleges is the most toughest step towards becoming a Doctor.Qualify NEET,go to counseling and even than if you get any private college you have to pay a good amount 0f fees.After completing MBBS from any private college in India you have to give NEXT. So make it easy, go for Overseas Medical colleges.
WHY GO OVERSEAS FOR MEDICAL STUDIES
- Best fees structure in your budget with good education.
- Quality academic staff/professors.
- International Exposure
- Safe and friendly environment.
- Screening test preparation [After completing your MBBS program you are eligible to appear in screening test like USMLE/PLAB/ and the newly introduced NEXT for doctors to practice in India.Preparation all these exams are available in 80 % of the overseas colleges.]
- Chance to settle overseas with good earning.
Globally recognised Universities.
IMPORTANCE OF NEET EXAM
(NO MCI SCREENING TEST/FMGE)
On 24th March 2018 the Cabinet Ministry led by our PM, Shri Narendra Damodardas Modi. This team made some important changes in the National Medical Commission bill by the recommendation of standing committee. They decided that there will be one single exam for the students to get license to practice in India which is ‘National exit test’ NEXT. However the proposal is almost completed in the parliament to merge FMGE or MCI screening test with NEXT.
This means wherever you study (in India or Overseas) you have to give NEXT (National exit test) to get license for practicing in India.