MBBS is short name of bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery. This separation of naming suggests that MBBS is the name of two fields. The education is same under the single roof but when it goes specialization then surgery and medicine classes proceed separately. After completion of the study, candidates are awarded title the of a doctor. There are millions of doctor holding MBBS degree are serving the humanity all over the world. Also in Pakistan, we see that their thousands of MBBS practitioners are serving nation. Doctors are real social welfare workers who are available for 24/7 for patients. They cure the diseases and then suggest the treatment for to get well. Every year as per other world Pakistani universities announce admission schedule for MBBS. Admissions are processed as per the policy and criteria. Students apply with given schedule and then adopt the whole procedure which is presented by the universities and medical teaching institutes.

MBBS is the most wished and familiar and desinagted degree of medical. This based on two bachelor degrees in one domain. The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery is an undergraduate degree program in medical science. It is based on duration of 5 year for completion of study work. It is not easy easy game, its tough game from the day first to get admission to long more at end of course. Through this study the students of this class are taught all about mankind anatomy, human cytology, medicine, chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, drugs formulation, effect and method of surgery. PMDC Pakistan medical and dental council approve the degrees and certification of MBBS. The MBBS is one of the sought courses after intermediate in medical.

MBBS Eligibility Criteria Career and Scope in Pakistan

Eligibility Criteria:

  • The candidate should have passed the intermediate science (FSc) examination (medical group) securing at least 60% marks in aggregate, unadjusted, from a Pakistani university or an equivalent examination of a board of secondary education in Pakistan.
  • Any other examination of a foreign university or examining body (A-levels etc.) which in scope and standard is found equivalent to the intermediate science F.Sc (Pre Medical Group) examination (medical group) of a Pakistani university or board of secondary education. Such candidates will have to furnish, along with their application, an equivalence certificate from the inter-board chairman of the committee (IBCC). However, equivalence certificates of such applicants will not be accepted who have not studied physics, chemistry, biology, and English in 11th and 12th grade.
  • The candidate should have passed a higher examination of a Pakistani university with biological sciences (BSc) after FSc in the medical group, securing 60% marks (in both degrees) in aggregate, unadjusted, from a Pakistani university or an equivalent examination.


If anyone wants to serve mankind then it must be a dream qualification for such people. It is a sacred profession and one should not opt this just for earning a handsome amount. Our beloved homeland has a shortage of good doctors so it is my advice for all female doctors that they should marry a person who allows them to practice as a doctor and serve humanity. Usually, people in Pakistan select the shortcut to be successful and fly to the Middle East or European countries. They have no right to waste the money government has spent to make them doctors.

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