Indian doctors who completed MBBS from ABROAD or India , have to write All India Medical PG entrance exam which now falls within the NEET. It is not necessary to say that the students who can successfully pass this examination have a lower percentage because most meritorious students of government medical colleges have maximum seats. There are approximately 15000 seats in government medical colleges for postgraduate medicine, half of which are in reserved category. The number of MBBS pass outs out of India is approximately 50,000 in 2016, whereas the number of students attending for the Medical PG entrance examination in India has increased from 64,000 in 2011 to 100,000 in 2015. This means that less than 7% of medical PG candidates get their pG Medical seats in government colleges This percentage is divided into approximately 48 specializations for postgraduate courses in India. Most students do not choose their own expertise and compromise with the choices available to them from this pool.
The average number of students who take the Medical PG entrance examination in India is 2-3. After which many people left their dream of doing medical PG. At Bissav Overseas, we present a unique opportunity for Indian students who are flexible and work hard to get the area of their choice by studying medical PG abroad or clinical PG abroad.