After the introduction of All-India medical entrance test NEET for admission to MBBS, the competition has become very huge. Nearly 13 Lakhs medical aspirants compete for totally available 65,000 seats in medical colleges across India. The unsuccessful candidates opt for para-medical courses or end up wasting an academic year to repeat various entrance examinations. The candidates who have just got the NEET eligibility are invited to sign up for their lifetime goal of MBBS study with medical universities in China, Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia and Bangladesh as well.For the educational year 2018, the cut off marks are 96 marks for SC,ST&BC communities and 119 marks for the General Category(Forward communities).
MBBS In China, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and Bangladesh with low NEET Score and Low Budget
The medical universities of China, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and Bangladesh invites the NEET eligible Indian students for pursuing MBBS in their colleges and universities. The universities do have a world-class infrastructure and expertise in imparting excellent MBBS course. The MBBS graduates of these universities are permitted to pursue their higher studies in the USA, the UK and other western countries. The cost of the course and stay in the universities are comparatively lesser than that of India. That’s why scores of Indian medical aspirants opt for MBBS course in China, Russia,Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and Bangladesh.