Director’s Desk

I am Mr. Achal Shah and I would like to introduce you to Education Consultancy.

MBBS is very desirable career option for most of the students in India as they want to become a doctor by profession, but is it possible to get medical seat in India?

  • Every year more than 7-8 Lakh students apply for NEET examinations but seats are very few.
  • Total Government and private seats sum up to 65,000 in India.
  • Competition is very high.
  • For each medical seat in India, 200 students compete with each other.

What are the other options available for you?

  • Drop a year and prepare for NEET examination to complete at one attempt to compete with the other students.
  • Pay huge donations of up to 30-50 lakhs and Rs. 9-10 lakhs per year to get the management seat.
  • Take the seat of BDS/BHMS/BAMS which does not have much demand and not a good career option.
  • The most suitable option would be to study MBBS abroad.The most suitable option would be to study MBBS abroad.

Eligibility Criteria for MBBS Abroad

  • Minimum age to apply is 17 years by 31st Dec of the admission year.
  • Minimum percentage required to apply is 50% in the subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology for General Category and 40% for reserved category for SC, ST and OBC.
  • A valid passport.

Why Study Abroad?

  • Tuition fee ranges from 2 lakhs to 4 lakhs rupees per year
  • No donation or capitation fee is to be paid
  • Universities have been recognised by Medical council of India and World Health Organisation.
  • Degree is Internationally valid and accepted

Worried about Authenticity? Don’t be.

All the Universities listed in the website or brochure where we help in admission are recognised globally and the students can work anywhere after the completion of the course.

Listed Universities for study in medical council of India -

There is a list of Colleges and Universities mentioned in the Website of Medical Council of India where students should go and pursue their MBBS course and the degree will be valid. Student will be allowed to sit in the MCI screening test conducted by NBE (National Board of Education).

Features of Examination:

  • Only 50% marks are to be obtained i.e. 150 marks to be obtained from 300
  • The is no competition, everyone who score 50%marks will be secured to register themselves for MCI
  • No negative marking
  • Exam is conducted twice each year while degree is given once.

MCI coaching arrangements have been started by the Universities abroad for students so that they can get a grip of it and prepare themselves for the examination as they go back to their country.


World Health Organization (WHO) is a global organization where in the entire medical colleges are listed and they work under the guidance and protocols of WHO. It is a must for all the listed medical institute, university and college in India or abroad to be listed with WHO.

Indian Graduates with Foreign Medical Degrees – What does the law say?

  • Students can obtain degree and opt for foreign education from any recognized medical education institution. They are only required to register with State Medical Council if they are planning to practice in India after they get the degree.
  • There is another exam to be appeared by the students who want to register for SMC. They will have to pass the FMGE conducted by the National Board of Examination (NBE). The FMGE is conducted twice a year and minimum scoring is 50% to pass.
  • This is a statutory requirement as per section 13(4A) of the IMC Act, 1956 amended in 2002.
  • Students graduated from the following countries are exempted from the FMGE and can directly be registered by the SMC.
  1. Australia
  2. Canada
  3. New Zealand
  4. United Kingdom
  5. United States of America

To get admission in any institution from the above country, students have to pass the entrance examination and the fee starts from 18 to 30 Lakh per year.