The Latin phrase Medicinae Baccalaureus Baccalaureus Chirurgiae, which stands for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, is commonly referred to as MBBS or BMBS. A program leading to an undergraduate degree in the fields of medicine and surgery is known as the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, or MBBS. A person becomes a licensed medical professional after earning an MBBS from one of the top medical schools because it is likely one of the best degrees in the world.
MBBS is a highly competitive programme as the admissions are offered on the basis of rank acquired in the NEET examination. Lakhs of students appear every year in the NEET examination for MBBS admission. Several students take a year off from their academic year to prepare for the NEET examination to get admission to prestigious medical colleges in India.
Fundamentals of Disease and Treatment, Locomotor System, Introduction to Medical Practice I, Introduction to Molecular Medicine, Cell Biology Introduction of Embryology and Histology
Health and the Environment, Neuroscience 1 (Peripheral System), Basic Haematology, Respiratory System, Healthcare Concepts,
General Pathology, Environmental Pathology, Neoplasia, Nutrition Disorders, Hereditary Disorder, Immunity.
Systemic Pathology, Alimentary System, Haematology, Common Symptoms and Signs, Cardiovascular System.
Special Pathology, Growth Disturbance and Neoplasia, Clinical Pathology, Immunopathology, General Pathology.
Epidemiology of communicable diseases, Reproductive and child health, Epidemiology of non‐communicable diseases.
Infectious disease, Diseases of the immune system, connective tissue, and joints; Nutritional disease, Haematology and Oncology, Geriatric disease.
Endocrine disease, Brain Death, Organ donation, Organ preservation, Metabolic and Bone disease, Nervous system, Emergency medicine and critical care.
Nervous system, Environmental disorders, poisoning and snake bite, Kidney disease, Emergency medicine and critical care.