Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery - MBBS
The MBBS degree is a bachelor's degree for applicants who want to realize their dream of becoming a doctor. A Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) are professional degrees in medicine. After completing the MBBS course and earning a degree, students can qualify as a medical professional. The MBBS course lasts 5 years and 6 months and includes a one-year rotation internship at a non-profit organization (NGO) -sponsored hospital, health center, or health camp. MBBS courses cover subjects such as anatomy, pharmacology, pathology, community health and medicine, pediatrics, and surgery. The curriculum is designed to allow MBBS graduates to choose their area of expertise for further research and practice in medicine. MBBS students can choose from a variety of disciplines such as nephrology, cardiology, gynecology, anesthesiology, organ transplantation, endocrine and general surgery.