Hello Waseem Chaudhary
BDS is a dental degree and stands for Bachelor of Dental Surgery. To do BDS, you need to pass your 10th and then choose medical science stream i.e science stream with PCB. After 12th, you need to give entrance exams like NEET. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is a national level exam to apply for BDS admissions. If you qualify it with good marks you can get a seat in dental colleges and pursue your BDS. The course is 4 years in duration followed by one year of paid rotating internship. In India, BDS is regulated by the Dental Council of India where all dentists have to register to be able to practice after the completion of their study.
Initially a fresher dentist may not earn much as they will be working under a senior dentist or as a college tutor.
But, as the experience increases, a dentist will start earning well.
Initially the salary maybe around 20,000 - 30,000 per month.
Experienced dentists may earn around 50,000 - 1,50,000.
Further, the competition is tough but if you get a job in academics in Government as well as Private Dental colleges than the salaries are attractive.
Salaries are also good at government hospitals.
Hope it helps you.