Opportunities after MBBS in India and Abroad -Dr.Sajjan Madappady

Opportunities after MBBS in India and Abroad -Dr.Sajjan Madappady


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Opportunities after MBBS in India & Abroad

By Dr.Sajjan Madappady MBBS, MD, PGDDM, MBA




Are you an aspiring MBBS student who is worried about career option after MBBS? Or have you considered questions like “PG courses after MBBS”, “options after MBBS” or even “Jobs after MBBS”? There are a lot of approaches and ways one you may go after MBBS in India & Abroad, but what is best, that comes with wisdom. 

With nearly 1,50,000 people writing a single exam with around 28,715 MD+MS+Diploma residency slots in the government and private  medical institutes, the exam seems unfair .

Number of Seats in MD/MS Programs

The information pertaining to the seats has been compiled as per the data available on the official website of Medical Council of India (MCI).

The complete information is summarized as follows:


Total number of MD+MS+Diploma seats in India: 28,715

(Government+Private) (Including AIIMS, PGI, JIPMER, NIMHANS)


Total number of MD+MS+Diploma Government seats: 18,657



In a country like India, this is to be expected. The population is very huge and there’s not enough place for everyone. NEET-PG may seem like a lottery but it’s one of the fairest shot you can ever get at a residency slot in India.

It’s unfortunate that some will be left behind but we have no better way to assess someone’s capability. Until we can find a better way this will have to do.

Here’s the hard truth: With every entrance exam you write and you are not successful- your confidence drops and it becomes that much harder to crack the next exam.

It is important to realize when to stop.

I’ve observed that the best chance one has to get into residency is in the first year after internship. Maybe for the very determined people, another year or two- but success rate drops drastically after the first year. It’s important to know when to move on.

While cracking post graduate medical exams may seem to be the ideal thing-if you are not successful, it’s really not the end of the road. Don’t be bitter about it. If you are open to different other options available, not cracking the post graduate exams might be the best thing that happened to you.

Know your OPTIONS.



Program Schedule:

12 PM - 01PM : Opportunities after MBBS in India & Abroad



Advised for:

All who are persuing their MBBS, Interns  and Graduates


About the Speaker :

                         Dr.Sajjan Madappady is an Author, Motivator, Healthcare Entrepreneur & a Creative Artist. He has been an integral part of the medical fraternity for the past eleven years. He is the Founder & CEO of Dynamic Medicare Pvt. Ltd., which assists patients in Healthcare processess (finding Hospitals, Doctors  & Treatments at Affordable Cost). He is also working as Assistant Professor at Department of Community Medicine, AJ Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center. He has pioneered in the field of Medical Tourism. He has authored a book on ECG titeled "Learn ECG in a Day" Published and Translated by Jaypee Medical and McGraw-Hill publishers in English, Spanish & Mandarin languages.He has been training students and Doctors on ECG at various National & International institutions. He has been conducting Medical career guidance programs for morethan 2000 PUC Science students in association with ROTARY Club mangalore central. 








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