New Delhi [India], Mar 27 (ANI/ NewsVoir): Medicine is often considered the most challenging and tough course. The country's health care lies in our doctor's hand, being a doctor is a very responsible job to do. Being a noble profession, there's a very high demand for medical studies globally. There's been a very drastic change in the medical industry now, medical aspirants enroll themselves for studies abroad with the help of various education consultants like Gopalan Anish Acharya, Director of Medveda Educare Pvt. Ltd.
They can take help for the best decision from the counselling of these experts. There are many different countries that have maintained good foreign relations with India, and because of that there are many universities that provide medical studies to students coming from overseas. Studying abroad can be a life-changing experience, the students get the exposure that they were looking for and also students get the opportunity to develop all round.
India is known for its top private and government medical colleges and on May 3, the entrance exam NEET 2020 will be conducted. This exam is for admission to all MBBS Courses in India. This degree demands dedication and hard work from the candidates. To crack this entrance the aspirants must have full knowledge and understanding of all the concepts and subjects.
Goplan Anish Acharya who are into this industry since more than a decade suggests that the students should always do the NCERT books before starting any other reference books, they should try to solve previous question papers, the focus must be more on biology section, they should eat a good healthy diet during preparation and also do the reference books which their seniors have done before.
NEET entrance exam can be given after completion of higher studies, they should be qualified with a 50% minimum if they belong to the general category. This percentage to qualify is 40% for scheduled caste and scheduled tribes and 45% to OBC. There's no such age limit for candidates but the age required to appear for examination is 17 years. This is not an easy journey but it can be simpler for sure with the help of expert Gopalan Anish Acharya.
"I always thought of helping students who want to study abroad because now the dimensions have changed, study abroad for your higher education is not that hard now rather it's becomes more smoother with the help of better counselling from expertise. India is a hub of medical students and there are lakhs of students who appear of NEET every year, but there are limited seats for students," said Gopalan Anish Acharya, Director of Medveda Educare Pvt. Ltd.
"Aspirants preparing for the medical exam should believe in their own self and should understand that there's something inside you that is greater than any obstacle. I wish all the best luck to all students appearing in the NEET examination this year," added Acharya.
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