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Eamcet...no other entrance tests for AP...
even for the rest of the country it is a little too late as of now...
All you can do is wait for a year or else go for a Paid Seat...
Depends on what you really want to contemplate as a career...
Hi Pinkesh,

BDS and Pharmacy both are good options for career. You have to decide which one you would like to do most. If you are interested in Research, after BDS or Pharmacy you ca go for PG in clinical research, It has very good future.

Clinical Research is a systematic study for new drugs in human subjects to generate data for discovering or verifying the Clinical, Pharmacological (including pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic) or adverse effects with the objective of determining safety and efficacy of the new drug.

The Clinical Research industry in India has grown from Rs 20 crores to Rs 100 crores in the last three years. it is expected to touch Rs 5,000 crores by the end of 2010.
Due to the amount of work increasing in clinical research, there is a vast requirement for qualified and competent professional in Clinical research.

For more information please visit: http://www.meracareerguide.com/category/Health-Science.aspx

Second thing is, many banks are providing education loans for students through colleges, without any interest while studying. Most of the people don’t know about this.
Let me know for further assistance.

All the best

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Clinical practise or else go for research or mba or mha...
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an MBA in Healthcare and Hospital Management will be the best option for you. It would be even better if you do an MBA after gaining some experience.It is now possible to do MBA online.But you must select the best quality institute which provide online MBA.NIBM Global is one quality institute which i know personally .NIBM is one of the leading institute in India to provide quality Online MBA programs.They provide 1yr executive MBA for professionals,2 yr online MBA also.They have online MBA programs affiliated with Bharathiar university which is
AICTE,UGC,DEC approved.Syllabus of NIBM EMBA meets international standards.for more details visit their website http://nibmglobal.com
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Hi Ankita,

Forensic sciences or forensics is the application of various scientific methods and principles to investigate criminal and civil actions which are of interest to the legal systems. All the clues collected from a crime scene are analyzed by forensic scientists in a crime laboratory and are converted into evidences worth producing in legal courts.

Courses :

Msc in forensic science
M.Sc. Cyber Forensics and Information Security
Post Graduate Diploma in Criminology and Forensic Science
Post Graduate Diploma in Forensic Speech Sciences and Technology

Institutes offering forensic courses are:

Several universities and research laboratories offer courses in Forensic Science at various levels. Some of them are Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science, Delhi; Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwa Vidyalaya, Sagar (Madhya Pradesh); Forensic Sciences Department, Chennai; University of Delhi, Delhi; Anna University, Chennai; University of Lucknow, Lucknow; Punjabi University, Patiala; Amity Institute of Behavioral & Health Allied Science, Noida; University of Chennai, Chennai; Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi; Karnataka University, Karnataka; Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University, Agra; University of Pune, Maharashtra and Osmania University, Hyderabad.

Good luck
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In my opinion, BAMS is better than BDS in many ways. BAMS doctor is a general practitioner. Look around you, in any city or town we have many big hospitals but very few general practitioners which are most needed for not so serious kinds of ailments. People go to chemists or RMPs due to scarcity of qualified general practitioners. So there is a huge scope for BAMS doctors especially in rural, semi urban and industrial areas. Dental practise in India is not going to follow the western pattern as very few people in a poor country spend money for dental treatment (they prefer tooth extraction).
Yes, they teach sanskrit in the first year only which is not very difficult. The rest of the study is similar to that of MBBS. In fact you will get a knowledge of ayurvedic medicines as well as allopathic. MCI also allows BAMS graduates to practise allopathy....
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I think first of all u should see what u want to do? because all these are totally different career options. BDS from a pvt institute will cost u aroung 3 lakh per year. U can become a dentist if u have that aptitude. Biotech is a very good field but my personal view about biotech is that anybody doing biotech grad for getting a good salary package should avoid this field. This field in India is still going to be a research oriented field for next some years before there are jobs for every biotech grad. So if u have research oriented mind, only then u should proceed. Integrated 5 yr from IIM is good if u have management sort of orientation.... ► Read more
Hi Pravin,

Find out what things excite you. You could think of going into clinical research , hospital management, hospital administration, medical transcription, KPO's etc, take time to decide what you want to do and in what environment you would like to work.

All the best....
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Hi Vibhor,

First thing most of the engg/medical college have their entrance exams, and only when you clear these you are given admission in those colleges. So its not only with your board exam marks. If you can tell me in which state you are planning to pursue your studies, ill be able to help you further.

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Dear Ashima,

Apart from MBBS and BDS there also many options for Bio students.You can do Veterinary science & animal husbandry(BVSc & AH),Homeopathy(BHMS),Ayurvedic course(BAMS),Unani medicine,Microbiology,Pharmacy,Nursing,Physiotherapy,Biotechnology etc.

So these are the various options for you.Now choose your subject according to your interest.

Let me know for further assistance.

All the Best...
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