HomeQ & A ZoneI completed 10 2 with 73% marks in 2005 and then trained to become an airhostess. Now I am a second-year B.A student and want to pursue an MBBS degree from a good university.
Question: I completed 10 2 with 73% marks in 2005 and then trained to become an airhostess. Now I am a second-year B.A student and want to pursue an MBBS degree from a good university.
I completed 10+2 with 73% marks in 2005 and then trained to become an airhostess. Now I am a second-year B.A student and want to pursue an MBBS degree from a good university. Can you recommend a university where I can get admission without appearing in the entrance test? - Angelina
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You can go for Post Graduation in Healthcare Administration / Hospital Management/Healthcare Informatics. INLEAD is one of the top most institutes located in Delhi that provides this course. It has academic partnership with IMA-HBI (Indian Medical Association - Hospital Board of India). The program is also designed by president of IMA-HBI Dr. Vinay Aggarwal.
After doing this course you would be having job profiles like Quality Assurance manager, Hospital Administrator, Corporate Health manager, Patient Care officers and after doing this course all the students will be getting their internships /placements in IMA-HBI affiliated Hospitals.
In the course you will go through subjects like Biomedical waste Management, healthcare operations management, Healthcare IT, Healthcare management concepts and many more that can help you to get into different career opportunities.
Course duration is also 1 year and you can also earn back 50% of your fees during the course itself.
For more info you can visit www.inlead.in
Lady Hardinge Medical College
Maulana Azad Medical College
University College Of Medical Sciences
All India Institute of Medical Sciences
Faculty of Medical Sciences
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College
All are in New Delhi
Securing a seat in a medical college is possibly the toughest proposition today. All medical colleges take in students after a competitive entrance test. The course is extremely challenging, requiring many long years of dedicated study. The halo around the medical career makes it alluring but you must be sure that you have the abilities and the motivation to work in this demanding field, which requires almost eight-10 years of study if one wants to become a medical specialist. As you are doing graduation and have trained as an airhostess, you may like to consider working with an airline or travel agency, in customer care or hotel management, travel and tourism. Most airhostess training institutes provide classes in personality development, customer services, and help in building confidence and social and communication skills. If you do not wish to become an airhostess, the training can also help you get a job in hotels, travel companies, public relations and event management and in customer care with service organisations, or in the travel and hospitality sector. If you wish to be in a medical-related field, you may take up a post-graduate programme in hospital management. It is important to select a career option matching your aptitude and personality, keeping in mind the skills you have developed and can use to succeed. Usha Albuquerque