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    Is there any way for doing medicine after engineering?

    medicine course after enginering
    I have completed B.E in computer science & engineering .I am interested to do any courses related to medicine. so I just wanted to know whether it is posssible and if so,what are they?





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    shivam2k6
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    Re: Is there any way for doing medicine after engineering?

    Dear Friend,

    You have not mentioned your subjects in your Intermediate or 12th. It is very important here.

    If you studied Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology in 12th then you can still go for MBBS course.

    But if you did not study Biology in 12th then you cannot do MBBS or BDS course now.

    You can go for short term course like diploma after completing your Engineering.

    However, I am surprised to know that you are willing to study medicine after completing your Engineering.

    It does not make any sense from your career point of view and economically as well.

    Thus, I would suggest you to stick to your field of study and try to excel in it.

    All the best.
    Thank you.




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    karan555
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    Re: Is there any way for doing medicine after engineering?

    Hi friend,

    You cannot do Medical courses after completing your Engineering,it does not makes any sense,moreover for getting admission in any bachelor level medical course,you must have completed your 12th with Physics,Chemistry and Biology as core subjects.The course selection depends upon your trade also,if you are interested in Medicine field,then there are special areas where Engineers are required like:

    BioMedical Engineering
    Bio Engineers
    Medical Labs Manager
    Operation Theater Expert


    There are many areas for Computer Engineers such as:

    Programming
    Networking
    Hacking
    Software Developer
    Web developer




    All the best.

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