To become a doctor and practice medicine in Nepal, you need to meet certain requirements and complete specific education and training programs. Here are some general requirements to become a doctor in Nepal:
- Education: You must complete a 10+2 education program (or equivalent) with science as the main subject. After that, you need to enroll in a medical school that is recognized by the Nepal Medical Council (NMC).
- Entrance Exam: You need to pass the Common Entrance Exam (CEE) to get admission to a medical school in Nepal.
- Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS): After getting admission to a medical school, you must complete the MBBS program, which usually takes five and a half years to complete. During this program, you will learn about various aspects of medicine, including anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, pathology, and clinical medicine.
- Internship: After completing the MBBS program, you need to complete a one-year internship program at a recognized hospital in Nepal. This program provides practical training in various medical fields.
- Licensing: After completing your internship, you need to apply for a medical license from the Nepal Medical Council (NMC). To get a license, you need to pass the Licensing Examination conducted by the NMC.
- Specialization: If you want to specialize in a particular field of medicine, you need to complete a postgraduate program (MD/MS) in that field. This program usually takes two to three years to complete.
It’s important to note that these requirements may vary depending on the medical school and the type of practice you want to pursue. Additionally, you may need to fulfill additional requirements to work in certain government hospitals or institutions in Nepal.
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