MBBS degree is also referred to as BMBS, which stands for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. This is a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery are the first two advanced and professional undergraduate degrees that can be earned in the field of medicine.

These are considered to be amongst the most prestigious degrees in the world.

Scope of MBBS 

MBBS students are known for their intense concentration in the medical field. Graduates with an MBBS degree have options for employment in both the public and private sectors. More than a sufficient number of employment opportunities are available for these specialists in biomedical companies, medical centres, healthcare facilities, laboratories, emergency rooms, community health centres, and private practice.

The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) is a standalone medical degree that confers the authority to prescribe medication; however, the majority of medical school graduates go on to earn a Master of Medicine (M.M.) degree. MBBS students appear to have various options available due to the healthcare industry's growth and commercialisation. 

Career Options in MBBS

There are numerous career options post MBBS, accounting for the increase in the requirement of doctors across the globe. Here are some of the many other career options that an MBBS graduate can explore:

  • Medical Officers
  • Medical Surgeon
  • General Physician
  • Physician
  • Paediatrician
  • Dietician
  • Doctors of other specialization

However, it is not necessary for an MBBS graduate to only become a doctor. Here are some alternative career options:

  • Hospital Management
  • Professor
  • Medical Researcher and Writer
  • Medical Legal Advisor
  • Public Health Care Worker
  • Fitness Doctor
  • Forensic Psychiatry and much more

Programme offered at

  • GITAM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, GIMSR Campus

Duration of the programme

  • 5 Years

This is a 5-year long programme which is fragmented into two parts. The first 4.5 years focus entirely on studying the subject, followed by one more year to devote to internships.


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