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This presentation discusses the various options available after MBBS

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  • 1. After MBBS ???? Dr T Balasubramanian
  • 2. I have finished MBBS
    • Will my future be rosy?
    • What am I going to do next?
    • When will I start earning money?
  • 3. I want to earn real fast how?
    • Choose a career that suits yr temperament
    • Join a fast growing sector
    • Going abroad ???
    • Private practice ?
  • 4. Career options
    • Insurance sector
    • Health care management
    • Health care documentation
    • Academics
    • Govt / Public sector / Private sector
    • Private practice
  • 5. Insurance sector
    • Growing presently at a rate of 30%
    • Good starting salary
    • Stagnation +++
    • MBA degree in addition to MBBS will make progress easier
    • Not challenging
  • 6. Health care management
    • Really challenging
    • Health sector growth – 40% per annum
    • Upcoming field (Indian scenario)
    • Management degree ?
    • Marketing ?
  • 7. Health care documentation
    • Medical editors
    • Technical writers
    • Archivers (Unknown in India)
  • 8. Academics
    • Post graduate courses
    • PhD
  • 9. Post graduate courses
    • Main stream courses
    • DNB courses
    • Taking up courses abroad
  • 10. Main stream courses
    • Highly competitive
    • 2% students will get a PG seat
    • Clinical / Nonclinical / paraclinical ??
    • After PG ???
  • 11. Main stream courses How?
    • All India PG entrance
    • Institutes run by Central Govt
    • Institutions run by state Govt
    • Private Institutions
  • 12. All India PG Entrance
    • Best bet
    • MCQ based
    • At least 1 yr preparation needed
    • Combined studies helps
    • Preparing from standard text books must
    • To beat boredom choose card system
  • 13. State run Institutions
    • Easier to get if u r a service candidate
    • Weightage is given to seniority
    • 50% of seats allotted to All India quota
    • Entrance exam
  • 14. DNB
    • Equivalent to PG degree
    • No entrance exam
    • Preliminary exam should be cleared
    • Join any accredited Institution
    • Two streams – Basic PG & speciality
  • 15. DNB Prelims
    • Conducted twice a year
    • MCQ pattern
    • 50% score is a must to clear the exam
    • U can join the institution of choice depending on the score
  • 16. DNB Final
    • Three / Two years after registration
    • Presentation of thesis
    • Regular theory and Practical examination
    • Practical exam – OSPE / OSCE
    • 50% marks for a pass
  • 17. PhD
    • Full time registration is permitted after MBBS
    • GATE exams – Join premier research institutes
    • Acute shortage of research scholars in the field of medicine / evidence based medicine
  • 18. What course clinical / non clinical?
    • Non clinical courses – Immediate employment (good pay)
    • Clinical courses – struggle / stagnation / frustration
  • 19. Best preclinical / Para clinical courses
    • Market determined always changing
    • MD (anat)
    • MD (FM)
    • MD (Phy)
    • MD (Bio)
    • MD (SPM)
  • 20. What clinical course to choose?
    • Depends on yr interest
    • Challenging decision not always in yr hands
    • “Try to get what u like lest u will be forced to like what u get” should be the motto
    • If u choose basic medical / surgical speciality be prepared for superspeciality qualification
  • 21. Service
    • Central service (UPSC)
    • State service (Service commissions)
    • Govt organizations & corporations
    • Almost all Govt provide quota for service candidates in their PG selection
    • U can draw yr pay during PG course
  • 22. PG degrees abroad
    • UK is the best bet still
    • U can take PLAB / Moonlight to make both ends meet
    • U can take FRCS prelims in India itself or close by countries
    • If u want a job there choose psychiatry / anesthesia
  • 23. Allied career change
    • Medical robotics
    • Medical software
    • Nano technology
    • Medical physics
  • 24. Conclusion
    • We are in at cross roads
    • Lots of doors open out there
    • Choosing the path of interest
    • Pitch yr goal and start yr relentless march towards it
  • 25. Thank you