Gone are the days when after completing MBBS, all you can do is do MD\MS and continue your practice. Time has changed and with time, there are few other good things you can do if you are not interested to follow the old path followed by all your forefathers. Yes you can join civil services too.
Today we are going to tell you 5 most exciting Careers you can opt after pursuing MBBS, so take a look:
Masters in Health Administration(MHA)
– It is a 3 year post-graduate degree(M.D.) in Health Administration which helps students to acquire the skills required in managing big specialty hospitals, clinics, insurance companies, etc.
Clinical research options for MBBS students rely on your will to learn and to invent. The most renowned research institute in India is the ICMR (Indian council for medical research) which is also renowned for its studentship to graduating mbbs students, though the 5000 INR is too low for 2 months, but the experience adds wonders to your resume. Duration of course is 3 years. There are 45 PhD courses after MBBS have been recognized by MCI in India.
3. Medical Writing:
Anyone with a creative bent of mind could try medical writing. search for creative writing courses for reputed institutes to help you initially and also spruce up your CV. It can also fulfill your dream of becoming author. Your writing can create awareness in the society.Prevention is better than cure, can be the whole and soul concept on which you can work.
4. Masters in Public Health:
Designed according to the Indian situation and requirements, the MPH programme of GGSIPU will focus more on preventive health than the curative aspects.Public health already a major discipline in the West, the importance of public health is gradually being recognised in India. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), Kashmere Gate, has taken a lead to initiate a Master’s in Public Health (MPH). Funded by WHO and offered by the National Institute of Communicable Disease, New Delhi, the MPH programme will admit 20 students in the first batch out of which 50% candidates would be MBBS graduates. More institutions in India are following suit.
5. MBA –
The demand for Doctor’s with MBA is increasingly drastically, with many private hospitals, pharmaceutical companies being set up. For clinicians an MBA can revolutionise the way you see things. This is not overstating it. You will be challenged constantly about the way you work, about the way you interact as individuals, groups and organisations. You will learn things that make you say, “Why didn’t someone tell me this before!” You will gain respect and status amongst colleagues across your organisation and will obtain the ability to link disparate groups together. Many MBA institutions take up doctors in their programs because of this. Few institutes offering MBA are IIM’s, FMS Delhi, IBS Hyderabad, MDI Gurgaon, XLRI Jamshedpur. You need to give CAT for admission.