Which medical course can I pursue apart from MBBS if I fail to qualify NEET exam?
I want to pursue a course which has better job prospects.
Arshdeep Singh Lyricist,composer,guitarist,singer.also a student5 years agoYou can go for other paramedical courses like
1. B.Sc Nursing
2. Bachelor's of audiology speech lab pathology BASLP
4. BOT (Occupational Therapy)
5. BPO (Bachelors of prosthetic and orthotic)
6. B.Sc MLT
7. B.Sc Forensic Science, Micro Bio etc
8. B Pharma
Below mentioned are the courses, which you can pursue after completing class 12th with science (PCB) stream:1. BAMS (Ayurvedic).2. BHMS (Homoeopathy).3. BUMS (Unani).4. BDS.5. Bachelor of veterinary science.6. Animal husbandry (B.VSc AH).7. Bachelor of naturopathy and yogic science (BNYS).8. Bachelor of physiotherapy.9. Integrated M.Sc.10. B.Sc. nursing.11. B.Sc. dairy technology.12. B.Sc home science.13. Bachelor of pharmacy.14. Biotechnology.15. BMLT (Medical Lab Technology).16. B.Sc degree.17. BA.18. LLB.19. Travel and tourism courses.20. Environmental science.21. Fashion technology.22. Hotel management.23. Designing courses.24. Media/ Jou... view more
Hi Aspirants,You can easily opt for medical courses in case you fail to qualify NEET:http://bit.ly/2JwBDs1BDS - Bachelor of Dental SurgeryBHMS - Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine & SurgeryBUMS - Bachelor of Unani Medicine & SurgeryBAMS - Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and SurgeryAdvance Care ParamedicAnaesthesia Assistants and TechnologistAnatomy (Non-clinical)Assistant Behaviour AnalystBehaviour AnalystBiochemistryBurn Care TechnologistCell GeneticistClinical CoderClinical Social Worker (other than Counsellors)Critical Care or Intensive Care Unit (ICU) TechnologistCytotechnologistDiagnostic Medical RadiographerDiagnostic Medical SonographerDia... view more
Answered by3 years agoAs I think your utmost desire is to become a doctor, but anyhow if you are in a hurry and trying to do except MBBS then you can opt:
-BV Sc. -Paramedical course
I suggest you to opt either nursing or paramedical course as a Bachelor degree not the Diploma of related courses. In present day the huge demand of nursing staff in private as well as in government sector. Best of luck.
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