What are the high salary career options in medical other than MBBS?
All about MBBS:
MBBS is an undergraduate course for all those who aspire to become medical practitioners. The Full form of MBBS is a Bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery. The entire course is for five years and six months of internship. The internship will be on a rotational basis in all the medical departments. MBBS students will gain knowledge of human anatomy, pathology, pharmacology, surgery, paediatrics, etc. After the completion of MBBS, students can take specializations in cardiology, nephrology, gynaecology, general surgery, etc.
To take this course, students must have biology, physics, and chemistry in their intermediate education. They should also get top scores in the National eligibility cum entrance test (NEET). Students are expected to score below 560 ranks to get in top medical government colleges. The fee structure is exorbitantly high and not affordable for everyone. Students are always in high mental pressure from their 12th standard to secure high ranks.
Let us examine some highly paid medical professions other than MBBS
BAMS stands for Bachelor of Ayurvedic medicine and surgery. Ayurveda is one of the oldest science prevailing in India. There are excellent medical treatments available in Ayurveda. Ayurveda has become popular once again not just for medicinal benefits but for cosmetic benefits too. A course in Ayurveda can be lucrative, and money fetching. All the students who passed the 12th standard with biology, Physics and chemistry can take up BAMS by appearing NEET exam.
BUMS stands for Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery. Unani medicine was discovered in Greece and became popular in the Middle-East and South-Asian countries. This course spans over five years and imparts knowledge of pathology, anatomy, Toxicology, medical ethics, yoga, advanced principles of Unani medicine, to name a few. This course is also highly paid and has career prospects in private and government hospitals, life science industry, health care industry, pharmacy, pharmaceutical industries, etc.
BHMS is Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine & Surgery spanning over five years duration. Homoeopathy medicine has become popular in recent years and more and more people are looking to it as an alternate therapy for allopathy. This medicine science improves the natural healing power of human bodies. The medicines are diluted in a liquid or in a tablet form to improve the healing system.
The Bachelor of Dental Surgery is another popular course for medical profession students. The curriculum is regulated by the Dental Council of India. Dental care and oral hygiene picked up prominence in India and abroad. Dental care has become one of the priority aspects of the health sector.
B. Pharma is a four-year undergraduate course that imparts knowledge of drug preparation and drug dispensing. This is an excellent course that has an aptitude for biochemical studies and health care business.
A Bachelor of veterinary science or bachelor of veterinary medicine and surgery is a five-year course with a six-month internship. This course is for all the animal lovers who care and think of animal well-being. It is a medicinal science for disease identification and curing animals. Governments all over the world have become empathetic towards animal protection, and Veterinary science has gained its prominence.
B.Tech – Bioinformatics:
This course is a unique blend of Biology, Computer science, management in biotechnology, and information technology. The course has a duration of four years and has prospects in biomedical fields, pharma, biomedical sciences, research institutions, hospitals, and the health care industry. You will learn the crime analysis and investigation using blood stains, saliva, fingerprints, DNA profiling, data recovery from computers, etc.
B.Sc Forensic sciences:
B.Sc Forensic science is a three-year course that is an application if science and technology to Investigate crime. The subjects you will learn during the course are Forensic Pathology, Psychiatry, Psychology, Forensic Medicine, and Odontology (Dentistry).
Bachelor of Physiotherapy:
This is a four and a half years course. It is a science of prevention, rehabilitation, and physical movement for disabled persons. There is a mandatory six months internship after the four-year course. The eligibility is 12th standard with biology, physics, and chemistry as subjects. It is a branch of health care and applied all physical movements, massages, and exercise. The course also imparts the knowledge of the usage of the electro-physical mode of treatment for the cure of patients.
There are many courses available to pursue after 12th with BPC as the main subjects. Gone are the days when MBBS alone was an option after 12th in the medical profession. There are many medical and para-medical courses available. All these courses have great future and excellent career options. All these courses can be opted by appearing for the NEET entrance exam. The student must have passed 12th standard with minimum 50% marks with Biology, Physics, and Chemistry as subjects in the 12th. All these careers are booming with a high salary.