Physics – Mechanics, Optics, Thermodynamics and Nuclear Physics Chemistry – Mole Concept, General Organic Chemistry, Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, Coordination Chemistry Biology- Ecology and Environment, Genetics, Cell Biology; Morphology, Reproduction and Physiology of Plants and Animals; Basics of Biotechnology
Thermal underwear Long sleeve shirts Short sleeve shirts Underwear (two week’s worth) Socks (two week’s worth plus a pair or two of wool socks) Undershirts At least one nice outfit for formal occasions Flip flops/ sandals of some sort (good if you’re going to a warm climate, but also good for hostel showers) Sneakers/ dress shoes/ boots/ rain boots Cold weather gear (i.e. gloves/ mittens, hat, scarf) Shorts A belt or two Skirts (for the girls) A set or two of workout clothes Pajamas Swimsuit (for those going to warmer climates) Coat/Jacket ( I recommend at least 2 – one for cold weather, and one that is water resistant) STUDY ABROAD PACKING LIST – TOILETRIES*: TSA Compliant Toiletry Kit/ 1-quart zip-top Ziploc bags Contact lenses and solution Nail clippers Makeup Contraceptives Tissues/ toilet paper (you don’t want to be stuck in a bathroom when its run out) Shampoo/Conditioner Toothbrush/toothpaste Soap Deodorant Feminine Products (one month’s worth – should go without saying you don’t want to be stuck without those) Brush/Comb Razors/ other shaving supplies STUDY ABROAD PACKING LIST – EXTRAS $300 in local currency Purse/ wallet Enough prescription drugs for the length of your stay (You need to make sure you are allowed to bring them into the country and that you have documentation, either the prescription or a doctor’s note) MP3 Player/ iPod (for long plane/train rides) Sleep sack/sleeping bag (most hostels have sheets, however, some do not, some will charge you for them, and for those people that don’t like sleeping in unfamiliar sheets, I recommend a Cocoon Travel Sheet.) Journal/ diary you’ll be taking plenty of pictures on your travels, but it’s always nice to have something to write in. Of course I recommend writing a blog, but you may not always have your laptop with you. Backpack for daily use and as your carry while traveling Plastic bottles for toiletries for use in your carry-on or while traveling (the maximum is usually 100ml) Travel water bottle A few hangers Important documents (passport, visa, itinerary, plane tickets, ISIC card, etc.) in passport/document holder Sunglasses/extra eye glasses/contacts Cell phone (you may not be able to use it in your host country, but it’s invaluable if you’re stuck in domestic airports and need to contact someone for delayed flights, etc.) Laptop and charger (don’t forget, you’ll need an outlet adapter for the plug on your charger to work) Camera w/cords and charger Sheets/ bed linens Bath towels
A Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) is an undergraduate double degree. It is a level seven qualification on the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) scale. A Doctor of Medicine (MD) is a postgraduate degree.
It can range from 30,000 per month for a doctor who has just finished his MBBS to as high as 2-3 lakh per day for highly accomplished super specialist. An ex-professor of AIIMS had been offered around 12 crore per annum from a big corporate hospital. That's almost 3 lakh ₹/day !
Course & Duration. The MBBS is a 5.5 year (4.5 years academic education + 1 year mandatory internship) UG degree programme leading to the two degrees as Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
IMS,BHU. Qualification : Passed Intermediate Science/Pre-Medical Course/12 year of 10+2 or equivalent examination with a minimum of 50% marks (40% in case of SC/ST candidates) in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together.