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hopebest111


What is Possibility after MBBS Graduation.???????
Hello Every1,

i'm looking for some imformation regarding who dnt wanna go for PG.N loking for other best option.

For Example,i have no interest to do MASTER after MBBS.i think there are some dr. they also dnt wanna do.so for them what is best choice to continue their career.there are many good choice for them bt person like me have no idea.bcoz they dnt have any Medicine backgroud..so plz who are seniour in medicine N knw abt other option they can guide here for them and they can get better choice..

For me,
i have much interest to do job pharma company.i just heard that there are job avaibility for MBBS graduated.bt dnt know what kind of post there. and How abt sallary??so any one knw abt it in detail, i'm requesting to they to share their views here..

there are also other many option like PHC( i can get good sallary).

PLZ share possibilty as many as possible.

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studiusgirl
Aim Indian PG Exams

You can work as medical writter, where you have to make medical documentation for US based insurance companies or you can work as medical advisor or clinical assistant in pharma companies. In both field starting salary more than 50 to 60 thousand /mth.


synowledge


Hi,

You can take up a career in Pharmacovigilance. If you want more details call 9886142657


saavi
Aim UK Exams

1. The regular MD/DNB/USMLE route

2. Work in hospital as medical officer - rotate in departments - you'll learn everything you need to know

3. If clinical doesn't suit you - do research

4. Or work in a hospital for 2-3 years, apply for MBA/MHA


hopebest111


studiusgirl wrote:
You can work as medical writter, where you have to make medical documentation for US based insurance companies or you can work as medical advisor or clinical assistant in pharma companies. In both field starting salary more than 50 to 60 thousand /mth.



Thanks for response,

i'm planning to go for pharma comapny.i have much interest in drugs.i heard abt it to get job in pharma company as MBBS and they are proving good sallary.bt i dnt have what kind of work there? and how can i get it??
would u explain in detail plzzz

Thnaks in advance to sharing ur knowdge.


hopebest111


synowledge wrote:
Hi,

You can take up a career in Pharmacovigilance. If you want more details call 9886142657


Thanks for ur friendly response....surely i will contact u aftr some days..i m really willing to do job in pahrma comapny..and i 'm totally baseless abt it...


hopebest111


saavi wrote:
1. The regular MD/DNB/USMLE route

2. Work in hospital as medical officer - rotate in departments - you'll learn everything you need to know

3. If clinical doesn't suit you - do research

4. Or work in a hospital for 2-3 years, apply for MBA/MHA




Thanks for reply



I dnt wanna go for practice.bcoz i have no interest to waste my time on book..wanna see world bcoz its more beautiful than book....

would u provide me more imf. abt MBA??where can i do? and how abt work and sallary??


saavi
Aim UK Exams

You need atleast 2 years work experience to apply for any MBA, whether India or abroad.

You need to have dedicated NGO experience in addition to your work experience, and have extracurricular activities on your resume.

Please note that MBA is an expensive degree. So depending on where you want to study - the cost can vary.

If you want to learn more about MBA - maybe try looking at FT rankings. You get a list of 100 top MBA programs. See what you like, which electives or majors suit you, and decide. (http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/global-mba-ranking-2013)

In order to apply for any MBA program, you need to give GMAT exam - which includes maths and english components. And if you apply for MBA programs outside India - you will need to give TOEFL exam as well.

I would suggest you start reading about the various MBA programs, see their requirements, and start working on them.


saavi
Aim UK Exams

Salary will depend on where you do your MBA from, and where you get a job (India/ abroad).

After MBA - if you opt for pharma companies, you can go for general management/ sales/ marketing/ HR,etc.


zonkroft
Aim AIPGE 2016

Yes u cn join various pharma companies. But the scope for mbbs graduates is less because companies consider it as a bachelors degree.... Companies r more interested in what u cn deliver to them....

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