MBBS After BSc Nursing - Existing Myths
Can any one do MBBS after BSc Nursing Course?.
This is a common doubt arising with every candidates. Many believe, MBBS degree is offered after completing B.Sc Nursing through lateral entry. Unfortunately, Such Course opportunity is not available in any university of india. So No one can do MBBS after BSc Nursing degree.
National Entrance Cum Eligibility Test
Section 14 of the National Medical Commission Act, 2019 provides for holding of a common and uniform National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to the undergraduate medical courses in all medical institutions including those governed under any other law
The only way you can get a MBBS seat is through NEET Examination. NEET Examination is Conducted every year by National Testing Agency under Ministry of Education, Government of India. NEET Eligibility is mandatory join in MBBS/BDS courses. You have to score very good marks if you want to join in premier institutions like AIIMS, JIPMER and other government colleges.
But Nursing is an Arts and Science. Nursing is an independent Profession like MBBS. Nurses has separate job responsibilities in duties. They are not dependent any other health profession.
Many people get a confusion that MBBS and B.Sc Nursing students study same subjects, so MBBS degree is possible after B.Sc Nursing.
Though Basic subjects anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, microbiology, bio chemistry etc are found in MBBS and B.Sc Nursing Courses. They are different syllabus.
Major Subject in B.Sc Nursing include Medical Surgical Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Child Health Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing. Nursing Subjects explains how a patient should be taken care in holistic approach. Apart from patient care. A Nurse has various role e.g. Nurse Manager, Nurse Advocate, Counselor etc.
Hence You have to perform well in the NEET, and get a MBBS seat.