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I wont to become a forensic doctor so what can I do , my result is not good but I do it so plzz give me a guidenes

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 25th May, 2020
Roshni, to become a Forensic Doctor, you should take up Physics, Biology and Chemistry as your core subjects in your 12th and secure a minimum aggregate of 50% in these 3 subjects. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST. Now with this you have to appear for NEET which is the entrance exmination for admission to MBBS, BDS, Ayush and Veterinary courses. Now you should secure atleast 575 and above for a seat in MBBS. MBBS is a 50 month course along with mandatory 1 year internship. You need to then take up Forensic Medicine as your specialisation in your MD/MS. Once you complete your MD/MS you can work as a Forensic Doctor.

dentist can join in defence as a doctor

Shubham Dhane 23rd May, 2020


Yes you can join army dental corps eligibility criteria is min 50% marks in NEET PG entrance exam. After completion of B.D.S first you have to appear for NEET PG exam , while filling up the form for pg enterance there is option to be marked for army dental corps. Candidates must be BDS/MDS with minimum 55% marks in final year BDS passed out from a College/University recognized by the Dental Council of India (DCI).


Which is Good Doctor Or Programmer ? with sallary

Shareef 22nd May, 2020
In means of reputation, MBBS is more valuable then programmer. You will call yourself a best programmer, or you will be known as a famous programmer only if you deal with High standard of programming level which includes knowing more then 3 to 4 programming languages.
Now, coming to salary packages, as for beginner salary for MBBS may be slightly higher when compared.
MBBS is a place where you should use all your experience/education when coming to work field and programming is a place where you should learn and learn, never your previous experience/ knowledge will get satisfied.
Now, In simple, after education you will be paid with higher salaries in MBBS Field, where you will be paid higher package only if you are more advanced in programming.

which course is best like doctor that pays high salary with minimum years of learning within 3 to 4 years?

Smeet Almeida 22nd May, 2020

Greetings, aspirant!

There are many fields that offer high paying jobs in which you can make your career. Depending on your field of interest, you can opt for these courses.

  • Civil services:- A job in the civil services is one of prestige and honour. You get to serve your country in these services. Moreover, the pay is high considering that it's a government job. You can pursue this career after your graduation.
  • Actuarial Science:- If your grip over mathematics is strong, this might just be the career option for you. It involves appearing for 15 papers but you can still get a job after completing 4-7 papers. The pay is very high as there's a demand for actuaries all the time. Depending on how quickly you finish your papers, it can be a relatively short course.
  • Cyber Security:- If you wish to pursue a career in engineering, you can always opt to make a career in Cyber security. With the rise in technology and its role in daily lives, Cyber security is a field that has no way to go but up. The demand for individuals with a background in cyber security is going to shoot up in the coming years. Depending on what you bring to the table, you might land a very high paying job.

Apart from these, there are many other fields that you can make your career in. With the majority of student force moving their career paths towards the service industry, the demand for trade individuals, too, is going to shoot up in the coming years. Moreover, it's not necessary that you'll land a job that's strictly related to your field of education. It might be something totally different as well.

Hope this information helped you!

Best of luck!!


I want best college for MBBS & complete my aim to be com Doctor till Im in class:12

Rehan Alam Student Expert 19th May, 2020

Dear Aspirant,

To become a doctor and to do MBBS you have to clear NEET exam with the top scores. Here are some points you can follow to get good scores in NEET

1. Check out the syllabus and structure your preparation, made a plan on how you're going to cover the syllabus.

The best thing to help you in this is coaching material from some good institute. They have their material prepared according to the need of the Exam.

2. When the plan is ready,make a schedule. Remember timetable matters a lot for this one year. Be ready to give at least 6 hours per day for the preparation.

3. Solve the questions from question banks and previous year NEET papers.

4. Repeat these steps. Follow --> Learn --> practice.

5. Also keep on revising the stuff every third week. It is also a very crucial step in your preparation.

Here are few links for you:-

Thank you.

Comment if you have any doubts.


i want to be which subject should be taken after hslc examination

pritamsingh5798 17th May, 2020

Hey there

If you are interested solely to become doctors take PCB which would be best irrespective of your board.

1. For NEET focus should be on biology as it will benefit you life long.

2. Biology students have difficulty in physics so for that do prepare from HC Verma and pradeep books.

3. Chemistry is a must just go for NCERT most of the questions will be from NCERT a little twisted which I am sure you can easily handle.

Check the link

Good luck


veterinary doctor salary in India per month present salary ?

Rehan Alam Student Expert 14th May, 2020

Dear Aspirant,

The average salary of a veterinary doctor in India is about 5 Lac per annum. This is about 50-60,000 in the government jobs, however, there are a few tests to get a government job after your course.

In the private sector the salaries are in the range of 20-30,000 for a fresher.

Hope this help. Thank you.


is this neet is required for study Mbbs in abroad..? neet is not required for eye doctor....what degree should be used to denote the eye doctor like bsc or mbbs or bcom

Sharon K Rose Student Expert 12th May, 2020


NEET is mandatory to study MBBS in abroad and in India.NEET is an entrance exam for admission in MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BHMS etc.To become an eye specialist you must first complete your MBBS and then do your post graduation specialized in opthomology or optometry to become an eye specilist.


should one go for medical with no real interest in becoming a doctor

Aastha jain 15th May, 2020


If you think you like PCB, but have no interest in becoming a doctor, I suggest you should take the stream. You will have a lot of career options still available to you.

You could pursue a basic sciences course eg. in Biotech/Life Sciences etc, and further go into research or teaching.

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