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MBBS is Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
In theory they are two separate degrees, but in practice the two are usually treated as one. The degrees are the British equivalent of the American M.D. The basic or degree level qualification for a medical profession is MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine And Bachelor of Surgery) which is of 5 1/2 years duration (including 1 year internship).
Medicinae Baccalaureus, Baccalaureus Chirurgiae (MBBChir, MBChB, BMBS, MBBS or variations thereof) are the two degrees awarded after a course in medicine and surgery at a university in the United Kingdom and other places following the British tradition, such as Australian, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, New Zealand, Jamaican, South African, Pakistan and Indian medical schools.
Medical colleges, accredited by the Medical Council of India, award ‘MBBS’ degree (“Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery”).
In India the minimum requirement for MBBS course is 50% marks in physics, chemistry, biology and English in their 10+2 examinations. For reserved category students the requirement is 40%. The MBBS admission is not centralised. The admission norms differ across universities . Normally Students who scored higher marks in the qualifying examination and in the Medical Entrance examinations conducted by various agencies get into MBBS course. Around half Million candidates compete for 60000 seat filled by NEET .
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