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Higher Education Abroad Life doesn’t give you a Second Chance, so grab it!!!! For every student college life is an important part of their life. The reasons being manifold, it defines both your character and identity. There is a lot of underlying factors on your character and the course you undertake. The society defines you only after your profession. That gives you a permanent identity and moreover job satisfaction the real juice to go forward. So any course you undertake should be done with utmost planning and care. The reason being life never gives you a second chance, so be ready to grab it as early as possible. Dreams never have shortcuts; it should be realized with an outmost pragmatic approach. Your profession should be your ultimate passion, never give others to decide on that. It should be your decision completely. There is a lot of students, who is gifted with immense potential but they are always encircled with a lot of frequent questions when they go out to choose their course. The usual are highlighted here... 1) Can I complete it??Do I have the metal in me to do it?? 2) Some people are saying, there is no scope for it? 3) What if I fail, then it becomes all the more difficult? 4) No one in my family has done it before, so should I go for it?? All these questions come has one simple answer “Fear to Work Hard”. Students should realize there is no short cut to success. Especially professional courses like MBBS and B tech require a very sincere effort. The main realization that you are the real hero of your dreams, can make you more active. The concept of “Job Satisfaction” which is the main essence you get after your course can be achieved only by being the best in your field. So get ready for a real fight, work hard, and choose the right course. Never allow “Regrets to take place of your Dreams”!!!! For more information contact: 09567447516, 09567162251
CAREER CONSULTANTS Heading: A good Career and The Role of a Career Consultant: The present-day world offers a wide variety of opportunities for students. It is of specializations in each and every field. Students now days often get puzzled thinking, what is best suited for them or what not. This is where an able career consultant can be of immense help. An experienced Career consultant can understand the real pulse of the students. The expert in him is well versed about the different courses in an offer. The best a student can avail from a professional is good guidance and mentoring in choosing their career. A passionate Career consultant can really lead a student to achieve their life goals in choosing their designated courses. Any student faces a tricky time when they finish their plus two. They will be surrounded by the sound and fury of a different array of courses; this proves as a stumbling block on what to choose. This period of confusion can be dealt very constructively by a good career consultant. Most of the students mix course and career. They always fall into a majoritarian view, which would be totally ignorant of their inborn desire. So always interacting with an expert can make things clear for them. The role and importance of career consultants are in demand in the present day world. The urge to get educated is an important phase of every student. The real information about it then becomes very vital. A well-versed consultant can act as a bridge between students and parents in realizing their dreams. The reason being most of the parents fail to read the aspirations of their kids, in this busy world. Some students have a low interacting space with their parents. These all can be sorted out if you can approach a good expert. So never hesitate to be innovative, for excellence, there are no shortcuts......!!!!! For more information contact: 08079497200, 09567162251
Failure in FMGE TEST Top Reasons for failure in FMGE TEST 1. Lack of Quality Education: Many universities lack giving quality education 2. Indian medical standards and drug prescription don’t match the standards of Russia, Ukraine, Philippines, China, Georgia, Bangladesh, Nepal. 3. Technologically Backward: Technically backward countries make the business out of MBBS education. 4. Language Barrier: If we are unaware of the medium of instruction, chances are high to get admission into a regional language course other than that of an English course, one needs to study the local language throughout 6-year course duration. This will be an additional burden for students. Also, during internship students treats patients speaking the local language. English speaking in these countries are minimum. Students have to suffer during their most important phase of studies. There are a lot of factors which boils down to Doctors failing in MCI exam or the FMGE:- 1. Corruption: Lot of universities around the world offer cheap MBBS course, which is not really cheap; the degrees from those universities come with a hefty price tag. Lots of universities ask for money to pass a subject, beware of such universities 2. Lack of infrastructure: When students select MBBS abroad after twelfth standard do not really weigh about the university. Instead, they inquire whether there are pubs and other such entertainment stuff in the city they are going to be in. They are concerned whether there is a dissection hall in the Anatomy department, they are concerned with fun. 3. Students need to think about what they have come abroad. Their priority is to study rather than enjoying abroad, Of course, they can enjoy abroad but they forget their main aim for their arrival. 4. FAKE UNIVERSITIES: There are a lot of fake universities abroad especially in countries such as China, Philippines, Georgia and Central America. Check-in MCI website for approved English medium universities before confirming one through an agent or by yourself 5. Traditional Medicine: In case of China there are a lot of universities which teach only their traditional medicine and award the degree of MD. When the Doctor arrives in India for his FMGE Exam, he finds it completely different and can never pass an exam of mainstream medicine. 6. Language: When students get admissions they are told that they will be studying in English language but the reality is absolutely different in China and Russia, where the course is of Mandarin and Russian language such students go through a ritual named as Pre-Medical and drain their parents much earned money. 7. Private Colleges of India: There is a strong rumor among foreign medical graduates that the private colleges are lobbying against the Foreign Medical Graduates in MCI exam so as to make the pass percentage minimal. That is the reason the Foreign Medical Graduates Association constantly demanding an equivalent MBBS exit test for students studying in Private colleges. 8. Brain Drain: The students who go abroad to do MBBS are the ones who were Humiliated here in India, most of the bright students have no idea to return back to India. Instead, they want to go to the US, Canada, and the UK after passing those respective exams and most of them do. They never come back except for the vacation. 9. The toughness of FMG Exam: The FMGE is of PG standards. It requires more skill set to pass than an MBBS degree. That is the reason the Foreign Medical Graduates welcomes the government’s decision to abolish the FMGE and instead make the Foreign Medical Graduates appear for the NEET-PG. It becomes more centralized and transparent, helping the FMGs 10. No clinical: There are a lot of medical colleges which does not even a have its own hospital. Need to check before you go For More information contact: 09567162251, 09567447516
STUDY MEDICINE AT REPUTED UNIVERSITIES/COLLEGES IN WESTERN, EUROPEAN & SOUTHEAST ASIAN COUNTRIES Becoming a doctor is a dream for many a young men and women, looking for a profession that is among the most respected, financially rewarding and attractive career in India. However the stark reality is that aspirants outnumber, by far, the available MBBS seats, resulting in increased competition, huge capitation fees, quota system etc forcing many aspirants with capability and aptitude to give up their doctor dream altogether or end up wasting years trying to repeat various entrance exams. Though India through its 412 medical colleges produce over 45000 doctors annually, as per official figures released by Ministry of Health Government of India, there is only one doctor for every 1, 700 citizens in India, clearly indicating that India faces huge dearth of doctors and would require about four lakhs more doctors by 2020 to reach the WHO mandated ratio of one doctor per 1, 000 people. The mammoth shortfall of doctors is not limited to India. If one takes the WHO figure; the shortfall of doctors throughout the world is huge. Countries like United States, UK, and Australia also face a huge shortage which would reach alarming proportion by 2020. Though developed countries of the world like USA , UK , Canada , Australia etc remain the first choice of students and parent seeking world class medical education , one should be realistic that it can be extremely challenging in term of time, fees and intellectual effort though the reward for the same is a flourishing medical career. Moreover to get admission in institutions of these countries, students have to undertake the Admission Tests. The UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) or the Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT), Graduate Australian Medical School Admission Test (GAMSAT) or MCAT (North American Medical College Admission Test and so on
Lower Admission Requirement to Study MBBS in China China has been a popular destination for MBBS aspirants for the last one decade under self support when some medical universities started teaching MBBS in English medium, since 1999. And in order to guarantee China's MBBS education quality, and encourage more international students to study medicine, China Ministry of Education, announced new and strict regulations, for standardization of MBBS teaching in English medium for international students, known as "Provisions for Quality Control Standards on Undergraduate Medical Education in English for International Student in China" and has been implemented since 2007. According to this Provisions published in 2011, there has be 49 governmental China's medical universities which are authorized to enroll international students to study English medium MBBS programs. To be frank, medical doctor as a profession is among the most promising careers across the globe due to high social respect, handsome remuneration and global prospects of job in any country. And equivalently the admission requirement for MBBS program is much higher and more difficult for each student. Take India for an example, after 10+2 students have to appear for entrance test like PMT, CBSE or AFMC etc to get admission into about five-year graduate program of MBBS. These entrance tests are hard to clear and generally students end up taking two to four attempts to get through. As we all know that studying medicine in US or UK will be such honorable thing, but MBBS as the protective subject in US which is so difficult to get admission for international students. Only students who finish the four-year undergraduate program have the qualification to apply. Below are the admission requirements in India, US, UK and China: For China's Universities: Minimum with an educational background equal to high school graduation in China, or must have passed Grade Twelve (10+2)/FSc./A Level or equivalent. With min 50% to 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology depending on the university Basic English language ability 4.Minimum age 17 years by the end of the year (Dec. 31st) For Indian Universities: Candidates should have passed the qualifying equivalent to 10+2 Higher Secondary Examination after a period of 12 years of study or equivalent, the last two years of study He/She should have obtained a minimum of sixty percent (60%) marks in aggregate in the 4 compulsory subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry (Organic and Inorganic) and Biology (Botany and Zoology). All the candidates who are found eligible under the criteria of eligibility will be required to appear at the Competitive Entrance Examination. Minimum age 17 years by the end of the year (Dec. 31st). For US Universities: At least a bachelor's (B.A.) degree, even require a bachelor's degree from a U.S. school, if their bachelor's degree in Biology, Chemistry or another science-related subject is better Have Excellent undergraduate academic record, and college credits must include the following: one year of Biology, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, General Physics and English Take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT), examines understanding of the basic concepts in Biology, Chemistry and Physics as well as verbal reasoning skills Competitive Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) scores Volunteer service Research experience Physician shadowing A personal interview may be requested at the discretion of the Admissions Committee. Note: In fact, most U.S. medical schools will not consider a foreign student for admission unless he or she has completed at least one year at an accredited U.S. undergraduate institution. For UK Universities: Students must be at least 18 years of age at the start of the program (late September). International Baccalaureate or European Baccalaureate or Cambridge Pre-University Diploma or University Preparatory Certificate for Science and Engineering (UPCSE) or other equivalent GCE A-levels (from a UK examination board), require a minimum of three A-levels and one additional fourth subject to at least AS-level. All AS and A2 components for these four subjects should be completed within two years (Years 12 and 13 at a UK school), with the A2 examinations for the three main A-levels being taken in Year 13. All candidates must offer GCSE (or O-level from a UK examination board) at grade B or above in both English Language and Mathematics. IGCSE at grade B, a score of 5 as part of the International Baccalaureate diploma or 8.5 in the European Baccalaureate are also acceptable to fulfill the Mathematics and English Language requirements. Take the Biomedical Admissions Test to assess scientific aptitude and will focus on scientific abilities relevant to the study of medicine It is obviously that one of the best things about studying in China is that getting admission in China is really easy. You don't have to go through difficult and complicated procedures. There are no any additional entrance examinations and other practice or research experience. If you are clear with your documents and you lie in the admission criteria you don't have to worry, therefore it is very attractive for students that they don't have to waste their time in running through difficult admission processes. Likewise the admission fee and living expenditures are really reasonable and affordable for students. Students find it a suitable option to study in foreign and worldwide recognized universities with such affordable rates.