TAMIL NADU MBBS ADMISSIONS 2017: Dream of becoming a Doctor getting shattered

NEET 2017 results were announced nearly 6 weeks back and admission process for MBBS has started in all states of India except for Tamil Nadu.

Tamil Nadu Government is not ready to accept MCI rules and through is lobbying at the Centre to get the order changed to what the Legislative Assembly unanimously passed in February.

It is for the first time in the last decade that MBBS aspirants from Tamil Nadu have appeared for a competitive exam. Till date, every year MBBS seats in Tamil Nadu were allotted on the basis of marks scored in Class 12 exam.

According to available statistics, students from other states have performed better than students from Tamil Nadu due to the above factor.

Some performance figures of states where students scored more than 400 marks in NEET 2017:

Kerala = 9,500 plus
Uttar Pradesh = 11,000 plus
Delhi, = 7,500 plus
Tamil Nadu = 700 approximately

It is clear from above data that very few students from the state stand a chance to get MBBS admission in Government quota.

Because of confusion and these statistics, students from Tamil Nadu are already rushing to secure MBBS admission abroad.

According to MBBS Abroad Consultants, enquires for MBBS in Europe have increased drastically in the last one week and they are working beyond office hours and even on Sundays to cater to the need of information seekers for procedures to know how to study MBBS Abroad.

A leading consultant said many people have already confirmed their seats MBBS in Philippines, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, China, Germany.

Every year scores of students from Tamil Nadu go for MBBS in Ukraine also as Ukraine is a part of Europe and offers modern curriculum.