The medical profession is among the most revered professional fields in India and has a never-ending appeal within the community.
In India, each year, more than fifteen lakh people take part in NEET to pursue their dream of becoming an MBBS doctor. In reality, only a small fraction of students are allowed to take up MBBS in government colleges due to the increasing competition, the comparatively low number of MBBS seats in government colleges, and the astronomical fees charged by the private Indian colleges.
In the age of globalisation, possibilities aren’t limited to the borders of a country. However, in India because of insufficient awareness, many highly qualified students are unable to fulfil their dream of becoming a doctor.
To offer students the highest quality worldwide opportunities and fill the shortage of trained physicians across India, Geeta Jain founded Medication. She travelled with her team of researchers and analysts across 20 countries, with their own medical
universities to collect authentic information on the universities and countries to gather real-time information about them.
Recently, numerous educators and consultants have provided false information to students. To protect students from illegal actions,
The advice Geeta Jain, and her staff recommend to students comes from their research and their personal stories, in contrast to other consultants.
“With more than 13 years of experience in the field and experience in this area, my team and I have advised more than 4500 students and helped over 2000 students to study MBBS at various medical institutions.” I travelled alongside my team of researchers and analysts to offer complete, accurate, and personally analysed information about the medical colleges, the nations, and their respective health educational programs,” said Geeta Jain the founder of Medication.
“At Mediconation, we aim to connect Indian medical students to the most reputable medical institutions in the world that offer top medical education with solid exposure to clinical practice at a cost-effective price. “Our team is working hard to make the whole process more efficient, transparent, and fair for the students,” the woman said.