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Government or Private collage which is the Best to prefer. for doctor profession

Hai. I am janaranjini studying in 9th std in Coimbatore in Govt school. Which collage Government or Private collage which is the Best to prefer. If I get good marks and If i get Government sheet. Which is the best for Doctor profession #doctor #teaching #teacher #professor

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Reynolds’s Answer

Hi Janaranjini


First all the best for your doctor career. Its always good to do doctor course in government college when compared to private institutions not only because its very cost effective you will gain more knowledge and technically strong when compared to other institutions.


You are interested in medical side which is more reliable and suits your subjects. You can choose the medical field as your area of interest. The medical field is one of the best and prominent fields for the students having science group in 10+2 standard.


After 12th science entrance exam?


You need to go for an entrance examination to get the admission in the medical degree course.


Admission in most of the professional courses in medical fields is based on either merit or through the entrance test.


Link below will help you in giving more information on courses available.


http://www.studyfreak.com/medical_courses.php
http://www.apnaahangout.com/top-11-courses-to-do-after-12th-science/

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Sujit’s Answer

Hi Janaranjini,


It's so good to know that you are deciding about your career and seeking advises...


The entire institution of medicine, like the institution of education, is widely seen as a public good. Medical education is therefore doubly burdened with noble responsibility. It bears this responsibility to educate well and wisely to both the student and to the student’s future patients whose very life might depend on it. So to safeguard against dilution of standards, the criteria for imparting a medical education have always been stricter and more demanding than other streams.


But in a country such as India where the demand for health infrastructure far outstrips the supply, a compromise of commercialization might be unavoidable. The assumption being that any medical attention is better than none, something which does not always have to be true. There is also a powerful case to be made for the quality of private healthcare being higher – which is great, if you can afford it.


I don't think studying in a private medical college in any ways makes you inferior to those from the government colleges.


So all the Best for your future..

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