Medicine As a Career in India

Indian parents have been long obsessed with this career stream and yes no marks for guess that right… its medical offcourse. Though, times are changing, but the attraction for medicine hasn’t faded as yet with parents only because of the surefire career that it is. But, over the years there are a lot of choices that are available around the medicine field apart from MBBS. So, students who aren’t able to crack the NEET can try to opt for some related courses that include BDS, Physiotherapy, Phsychiatry, Pharmacy and more. So, as per your area of interest you may choose a course. One major advantage of NEET being brought into effect is that intelligent students coming from lower income groups can try to get entry into medical without paying hefty donations to colleges.

Medicine As a Career in India

In case you opt for MBBS, a masters is always a good idea considering future growth. You could either opt for a MD or MS. Though being a surgeon isnt a cake walk and invovles daily encounters with patients fighting for their lives. Its a great responshibility to shoulder and a time costing too.

As a surgeon or a masters degree holder you need to be available to your patients anytime. It could be in the wee hours of the night as well. So, its quite a stressful and hectic work schedule that you’ll have to manage. But, the perks include immense work satisfaction with successful medical procedures and blessing from families. If surgery is not your cup of tea then you might as well opt for MD in areas like radiology, anaesthesiology, paediatrics, forensic medicine and more.

Well, if not MBBS than the option of Physiotherapy, BDS, Ayurvedic medicine, Homeopathy, Veterinary and Pharmacy are definitely some of the good choices around medicine. A masters degree with these streams can offer rewarding career prospects.

Coming down to the bottom line, medical education does blow a hole into your pocket and for students coming from middle income and lower income groups, its not an easy way ahead. But, with the help of student loans, you may as well manage to realize your medical education dreams. Though, it is important to have indepth information on the student loan interest, payback procedure and time for repayment in detail, needs to be known particularly when you are planning to pursue higher education abroad.

Medical is undoubtedly a lucrative career but having said that it does come with its own cons which need to be considered before taking a plunge into it.

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Microscopic Robots To Replace Doctors Sooner or Later?

Microscopic robots may seem a new phrase but we all are aware of nanotechnology, the word at least if not more. Now, nanometer is equal to one billionth of a meter and is smallest of the scales. It is apparently the size we consider for atoms and cells inside the body. We all know are body is made of millions of cells and atoms but when it comes to treatment, it happens on a greater scale. Cells or atoms are not even visible through the naked eye. So, nanotechnology works at the cellular level thus matching the levels at which our body cells or atoms work. Though, its not perfected as yet, we’ve certainly come out with a lot of solutions based on nanotechnology and are probably heading northward in the arena.

Microscopic Robots To Replace Doctors Sooner or Later

In layman’s language using nanotechnology, we can shrink the medical tools used for treating or intervention in the human body to the size of cells or atoms present inside. Using the right size tool will help intricate interventions with simplicity. Surgeries with complexities and involving heavy blood loss can be done away with using such a technology. There is a lot of scope to this technology, as per the researchers and experts in the field. Be it targeted drug treatment to treating critical illnesses like cancers, where nano scalpels are presently being used for damage repair of individual cells.

Furthermore, there is a possibility of improved biological sensors as well as disease diagnosis in the times to come. Just imagine subatomic robots just like a miniature army of soldiers getting into your body and fighting against the ailment to cure you off, that too without any major blood filled surgeries or incisions.

One of the examples on which researchers are presently working in some part of the world is ‘drug agnostic’. Consider a reservoir miniature in nature filled with a drug that needs to be delivered to a certain part of the body. All this needs to be done in a sustained linear way without using pumps, valves or any electrically powered tool. Its works through the nano channel delivery system (NDS). On the basis of the size of the drug molecules, the nano channel membranes are tailored and implanted below the skin. It then moves through the membranes into the patients body. As per the researchers, presently, the nano channel size is a barrier to its movement and lower the size to 2.5 nano meters would definitely help overcome the snag and also help control the drug delivery speed. Looking at the potential of this project a multi-million dollar grant has been already approved for the same.

Well, the use of microscopic robots for treatment is just at its infancy stage and a lot needs to be worked on yet, but positively it would take less than a decade to see it reach the operation theatres of hospitals and that’s definitely a good sign.

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Medical College in Bangalore – 7th Graduation Day

RRMCH celebrated its 7th graduation day on April 25. 2017. The event was preceded by a lamp lighting ceremony and followed by cultural programs and honoring graduates and post graduates with degree certificates.
Graced by renowned international cricketer and former captain of Indian cricket team Krishmachari Shrikkanth and the minister for medical education Sri Sharanprakash Rudrappa Patil. Dr Shanmugam, Chairman RR group, Padmasri Prof RM Vasagam, medical director Dr Ramchandra, Dean Dr H V Shetty were also present at the function, on this momentous day.

Both the chief guests shared a few words of wisdom wherein Dr Patil harped upon serving the rural region of the country for a while before taking on a full fledged career in the urban areas. Mr Srikkanth conveyed a simple but effective message that achieving anything in life requires perseverance and dedication, family background or financial status does not matter.

It was an eventful day also because more that 10 students of UG and PG courses have bagged top ranks in university examinations. The students were present along with their families for the ceremony.

The event concluded after a short speech from the chairman reaffirming his vision for the institution to make RRMCH, a one stop solution for all healthcare needs as well as appealing the students to render healthcare services to the underprivileged of the society.

The event was a grand success. RRMCH extends its gratitude to all the students, their families, team and management for their active participation and contribution towards the same.

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MBBS Admissions 2017-18: Best Medical College in Bangalore

RRMCH was established after Moogambigai charitable and educational trust was conceived in the year 1992. Besides enjoying the privilege of being the only ISO – 9001: 2015, accredited college, RRMCH is also NAAC ‘A’ & IOA accredited, MCI recognized, RGUHS affiliated, HLACT (UK) & NABH certified.

Taking forth the trusts primary objective of bringing about a progressive change in the field of science, technology and engineering, RRMCH has designed its curriculum using and outcome based approach. RRMCH houses a 1100 bedded multi-specialty hospital & tertiary care centre for comprehensive practical and internship learning support. Frontline clinical experience under the guidance of learned and expert professors forms one of the vital modules of undergraduate and postgraduate programs at RRMCH.

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Additionally, RRMCH also has tie ups with universities in UK & USA under the student exchange programs, for holistic learning and optimum international exposure.

Spanning across 25 acres wide campus with smart classrooms, 45000 sq. ft. computerized library, 4000 capacity auditorium, sports, cafeteria and gym facilities, cricket ground & more, RRMCH is fully equipped to provide world class medical education to its students.

What’s more, it also has an inhouse advanced central research lab & medical museum with 300 dissected specimens and over 1000 models.

RRMCH offers undergraduate, post graduate, doctorate and diploma programs for different medical streams.

Undergraduate Course
MBBS

Post Graduate Courses

MD
Respiratory Medicine
Radio Diagnosis
Psychiatry
Physiology
Pharmacology
Paediatrics
Pathology
Microbiology
General Medicine
Forensic Medicine
Dermatology
Community Medicine
Bio-Chemistry
Anaesthesia
Anatomy

MS
Orthopaedics
Ophthalmology
OBG
General Surgery
ENT
Paramedical

Diploma
Medical Record Technology
Ophthalmic Technology
Health Inspector
Medical X-Ray Technology
Operation Theatre Technology
Medical Laboratory Technology

PhD
Physiology
Super Specialty
MCh
Pediatric Surgery
Plastic Surgery
Urology
DM
Cardiology

Fellowship Program
Paediatrics
ENT

In a nutshell, RRMCH is by far one of the best medical colleges in Bangalore. Admissions 2017-18 for medical courses are now open.

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RRMCH Bangalore

No.202, Kambipura, Mysore Road,
Bengaluru-560 074.

Phone: 2843 7444/ 2843 7777

Email: info@rrmch.org  enquiry@rrmch.org

Carpediem 2k17 – Medical College in Bangalore

The most awaited medical fest of 2017 ‘CARPE DIEM 2K17’ concluded a few days back on April 10, 2017. It saw high participation from students across the rrmch fraternity. A mixed bag of competitions, games, sports quizzes and entertainment, the week long fiesta included jams, short films, dum charades, dance, treasure hunt, singing, sketching, face painting, mehandi, cooking without fire and umpteen exciting activities.

The event was inagurated on April 3, 2017 at the RRMCH cricket ground and witnessed the presence of RRGI Chairman, Sri A C Shanmugam, Execuitve Director Mr S Vijayanand, CEO- Mr C N Seetharam, RRMCH Dean, Principal, Medical Suprintendant and Medical Director.

Students and staff put in their best to make the event a grand success and the results are for us to see. The event has garnered significant eyeballs right from the beginning till the end. RRMCH extends its gratitude to all the participants and support staff for their enthusiasm and vigor. RRMCH also congratulates all the winners for their stupendous performances across activities.

All in all, the CARPEDIEM medical FEST 2017 has been a grand success and we look forward to many more such recreational events in the coming years.