The foremost aspect of human life is survival. There is no doubt that humans give more importance to health before work life and social life. In India, with the growing economy and population, the number of hospitals, health care centres and clinics are also rapidly increasing in numbers. Researchers, Scientists and Scholars apply vast knowledge to develop new treatment methods to cure and prevent diseases.
The Healthcare industry plays a vital role in running the country's economy. Due to its demand, the scope in the medical industry is vast. Many people aspire to choose the medical industry to build their career. The medical industry is catching up with other leading industries and accounts to provide 13.5 million job opportunities for aspirants.
Aspirants who are seeking to serve in the medical industry should have the willingness to help and serve others and have a positive attitude. Students who are ready to take a step ahead should complete the required criteria and gain the knowledge and skills to become a professional.
Aspirants have opportunities in the following medical field:
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To become a Doctor or a Specialist in any medical field, students have to choose science as their core stream in higher secondary. The stream comprises PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) or PCMB (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology).
After passing 12th with a minimum of 50% percentage, aspirants must write the NEET exam. NEET full form is the National Entrance Eligibility Test. The NEET exam consists of a total of 180 questions, which includes Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The exam duration is 3 hours and carries a total of 720 marks.
What is the process after passing NEET?
Once the student clears the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), a counselling session is conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) for which the students have to register.
There are plenty of career options after NEET exam. The courses after NEET exam for students are undergraduate courses - MBBS (Bachelor in Medicine and Bachelor in Surgery) and BDS (Bachelor in Dental Surgery), which are in demand in the field.
Career after MBBS:
After an MBBS degree, aspirants gain vast knowledge and skill in the chosen field. They develop responsibility, self-confidence, counselling skills, caring nature, and good communication skills.
They have two most demanding career options to choose from. They can start their venture or open a clinic or work at private or government hospitals, clinics in healthcare centres, etc.
The job profiles of after acquiring an MBBS degree can be the following:
- Medical Scientists/ Researcher
- Junior Doctors/ Junior Surgeons
- Medical Professor or Lecturer
As a Physician, one shall respond to the patient's medical problems and carry out diagnosis and the history of the patient's illness. Based on the diagnosis, they give the necessary counselling. A Physician also has to interpret lab test results and prescribe medication based on the illness.
Average Salary: Rs. 6,52,184 P.A
Medical Scientists/ Researcher:
Medical Scientists or researchers conduct studies on human diseases and work on finding the right method to prevent these diseases. The job involves analyzing medical samples to investigate the cause. Medical Scientists study the causes of various health problems. They also test drugs to prevent major diseases like cancer. A clinical trial may be done to test the drugs.
Average Salary: Rs. 11,99,996 P.A
As a Junior Doctor or also known as Junior Surgeon, one should plan and examine a patient's file. They generally document a patient's history of illness and make drug charts. Junior Doctor duties are to request imaging scans, blood tests and reports. Making discharge summaries and answering patient's phone calls are all part of the job. All the reports of the patients have to be documented on the online computer system.
Average Salary: Rs. 5,64,000 P.A
Medical Professor or Lecturer:
A Medical Professor's or Lecturer's job is a very vital role. A Medical Professor will be engaged with students in motivating them about the field of medicine. As a teacher, they must be occupied and stay updated with the latest scientific findings and research in the medical industry. They need to achieve the educational objectives to develop their knowledge, skills, and attitude.
Average Salary: Rs. 1,50,000 P.A
So, aspirants have the following job opportunities after holding an MBBS degree. As mentioned, they can also open their clinic in the field that they are skilled at.
Career after BDS:
Bachelor in Dental Surgery (BDS) is one of the most opted professions by medical students.
After passing NEET, students who are interested in the dental field choose BDS as an undergraduate course. The course deals with the oral health of a person.
Following are the job roles after Bachelors in Dental Surgery :
- Pediatric dentists
- Oral Surgeon
A Dentist deals with the health of the mouth, which includes teeth, gums, and dental tissues. Dentists must have a recognized licence to perform their duties. As a Dentist, one should be very skilled to practice minor oral surgeries. A Dentist conducts oral screenings to identify infections and diseases. Every patient will have a different choice of their oral look. Based on the requirement, a Dentist will modify the oral look, reshape or beautify it.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,90,182 P.A
Endodontists in the field of Endodontic are specialists who treat and diagnose tooth conditions that affect the tooth pulp. Endodontists perform root-canal treatment, surgery, and apicoectomies. The duties of an Endodontist is to formulate treatment plans based on the patient's dental conditions. Cleaning canals containing calcium deposits, diagnosing and treating root surfaces is a part of the job.
Average Salary: Rs 4,00,000 P.A
Orthodontists are specialized in the prevention and correction of teeth or jaw irregularities. An Orthodontist should use orthodontic appliances to fabricate, design, or realign teeth and jaw to allow normal function or improve the appearance of the jaw. Apart from this, they also educate the patients about on-going orthodontic care and tips to follow for oral hygiene and good oral health.
Average Salary: Rs. 5,44,954 P.A
A Pediatric Dentist takes care of children's oral care from infancy to teenage years. The job role is to understand a child's behaviour and comfort to put them at ease. Patience is essential in this job role. Being a Pediatric Dentist, one can have their flexibility in time and have the option to choose between full-time and part-time work hours.
Average Salary: Rs. 4,22,500 P.A
A Periodontist is specialized in placement of dental implants. They diagnose, prevent, and treat Periodontal disease. They are also experts in the treatment of oral inflammation. A Periodontist should be experienced in the latest techniques and performing cosmetic periodontal procedures.
There are different treatments that a Periodontist is specialized in such as root surface debridement, scaling and root planing, gum problems placement, maintenance, and repair of dental implants.
Average Salary: Rs. 10,93,203 P.A
Prosthodontists are dental surgeons. They are skilled in creating oral prostheses to replace teeth that are missing. Prosthodontists fix jaw and mouth deformations. The Prosthodontists aim to help pets have normal oral functioning and improve the appearance of teeth.
Average Salary: Rs. 404,137 P.A
Oral surgeons are also known as Maxillofacial Surgeons. An oral surgeon performs therapeutic procedures on the mouths and jaws of their patients. They also work alongside other Dentists, Surgeons, and Orthodontists. Oral surgeons maintain detailed notes of appointment with the patient. They administer general and local anaesthetics and also perform surgical procedures to extract damaged teeth or remove tumours from oral or facial regions. Performing surgical procedures to extract impacted or damaged teeth, place dental implants and remove tumours and other abnormal growths of the oral and/ or facial regions.
Average Salary: Rs. 7,60,000 P.A
The opportunity for pursuing medicine is vast in India. The country also has some of the most famous medical research centres, and they are as follows:
- All India Malaria Research Institute
- Indian Cancer Research Center
- National Tuberculosis Institute
- Institute of Ayurvedic Studies and Research
- National Institute of Communicable Diseases
- Central Leprosy Training and Research Institute
- National Institute of Occupational Health
Apart from MBBS and BDS courses which are the most preferred and are in demand; there are other courses for which students prefer the most after 12th. Students are required to pass the NEET exam.
The top courses are as follows:
- Bachelor of Pharmacy [B. Pharm]
- B.Sc in Physiotherapy
- B.Sc in Genetics
- Bachelor's in Psychology
Career after B.Pharm:
B.Pharm is a professional course of 4-year duration. The course teaches research on drugs/ medicines for a specific disease. Students in Bachelor of Pharmacy learn about medical drugs, and it's distribution. Some of the significant subjects in B.Pharm are Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Biostatistics, Human Anatomy, and Physiology.
Candidates have the following job opportunities after completing Bachelor of Pharmacy can have the following job opportunities:
- Hospital Pharmacist
- Community Pharmacist
- Drug Inspector
- Formulation Development Associate
- Medical Representative
A Hospital Pharmacist identifies the type of medication which will be best suited for the patient. These decisions are made by taking in inputs from Doctors, Nurses and Healthcare Professionals. They have to monitor the results of the prescribed medications and counsel the patients based on the result.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,44,521 P.A
As a Community Pharmacist, one has to administer the medications to the people. They need to have in-depth knowledge of all types of medications as and when they are released in the industry. They are like the reference librarians of the pharmaceutical world. Community pharmacists are employed by pharmacies. A Community Pharmacist works at a supermarket or with mega-retailers, some of the Pharmacists also have their pharmacy. Apart from this, they also train and hire pharmacists.
Average Salary: Rs. 42,000 P.A
A Drug Inspector plays an essential role in ensuring the manufactured drugs are packed properly and have no expiry dates. A Drug Inspector has to check the quality of the drugs and approve them for dispatch in pharmacies. They mostly work in manufacturing units.
Average Salary: Rs. 7,20,000 P.A
Formulation Development Associate:
To check if the first formula of a drug works or not, a Formulation Development Associate helps in the development of the drug by conducting trials and experiments for better results. A Formulation Development Associate plays a crucial role in the development of the medicine, so that it could be effective for the public.
Average Salary: Rs. 5,77,855 P.A
A Medical Representative (MR) plays a professional role in the industry. They are majorly hired by pharma companies. They have to meet doctors and healthcare professionals to inform and update them about new drugs launched in the market. They are like marketing executives of the company's products. It is the sole responsibility of an MR to create sales in the industry.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,95,657 P.A
Career after B.Sc in Physiotherapy:
B.Sc in Physiotherapy is a 3-year course. The program teaches students to cure injuries by different methods of physiotherapy, such as exercises, massages, and other modalities to help improve a patient's movements.
Job opportunities after B.Sc in Physiotherapy are as follows:
- Sports Physiotherapist
- Pediatrics Physical Therapist
- Orthopaedic Physical Therapist
- Neurological Physiotherapist
Sports Physiotherapists mainly work with athletes. They can also be called as Sports and Exercise Physiotherapists. They are involved in sports activities and are partnered with sports clubs and attend training sessions. They must travel with athletes and other sports persons along with medical professionals and coaches. A Sports Physiotherapist is involved with various sports organisations to provide Physiotherapy services, rehabilitation, injury prevention, etc.
Average Salary: Rs. 5,20,719 P.A
Paediatric Physical Therapist:
A Pediatric Physical Therapist works with children from birth to age 18 to treat problems like injuries, pre-existing conditions, and problems caused by illnesses or diseases. The Pediatric Physical Therapist will also treat conditions related to genetic, neurological, and orthopaedic disorders.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,92,774 P.A
Orthopedic Physical Therapist:
Orthopaedic Physical Therapists are the ones who provide treatment for patients who have injuries that affect the orthopaedic system that covers the muscles, joints, bones, ligaments, and tendons. They treat orthopaedic conditions like sprains, tendonitis, strains, arthritis, muscle tears, ligament tears, muscle/ tendon/ joint inflammations, joint stiffness, post-fracture injury, pain, lower range of motion, reduced strength, or swelling. Orthopaedic Physical Therapists also examine patients who sustain injuries or diseases that lead to physical dysfunction.
Average Salary: Rs. 3,53,749 P.A
Neurological Physiotherapists treat neurological conditions to recover or regain movement and functional independence. They are required to have skills on specific exercises like Stretching, Strengthening, Balance re-education, Gait re-education, Joint mobilization, etc.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,00,000 P.A
Career after B.Sc in Genetics:
Bachelor of Science in Genetics is a 3-year course that studies chromosomes and detects genetic disorders and diseases. In this course, candidates learn to analyze genetic diseases through blood tissue, body fluids, etc. by using advanced technological devices. They also detect any sort of abnormalities in DNA and report it to doctors. They work in labs, hospitals and clinics.
- Animal Breeder
- Bio Technician
- Clinical Researcher
A Geneticist conducts experiments and research in labs. They conduct diagnostics tests or extract DNA, further interpreting and approving lab results. A Geneticist has to disclose these results and findings in medical conferences or journals. They also work on genetics research projects with seniors for more new research.
Average Salary: Rs. 4,15,000 P.A
An Animal Breeder takes care of the animal's health and safety. They must study the animal's behaviour to detect any kind of illness or injury. An Animal Breeder has to examine semen in a microscope to know the motility of gametes.
Apart from this, according to the animal's genealogy and characteristics, Animal Breeder selects the animals for breeding. They should be skillful in artificial insemination techniques and equipment use.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,88,000 P.A
Biological Technicians maintain lab instruments, equipment and assist medical scientists and seniors in laboratories. They monitor experiments, calculate, observe and record the experiments on substances such as food, drugs, and blood. A Biological Technician will also provide technical support for engineers or scientists working in different fields, such as environmental science, resource management, agriculture, biology, and health sciences.
Average Salary: Rs. 5,00,000 P.A
Being a Clinical Researcher, one should be responsible for making sure that the trials conducted are done ethically under the given guidelines and rules. A Clinical Researcher is responsible for maintaining patient care and screening them. All the documents are handled by a Clinical Researcher and make sure the documents are secure. As a Clinical Researcher, one must possess necessary skills, such as critical thinking, complex problem solving and decision making, along with numerical, written and verbal communication skills.
Average Salary: Rs. 4,86,152 P.A
Career after BA/ B.Sc in Psychology
BA/ B.Sc in Psychology is an undergraduate program with three years duration. The field expertise mainly deals with mental health and issues through various therapies. Diagnosing the problem and providing the proper medication for mental health is the main work of psychologists. Psychologists are recruited in hospitals, clinics, and some industries that hire psychologists and work independently.
- Mental Health Counsellor
- Correctional Treatment Specialist
- Medical and Health Services Manager
Mental Health Counsellor:
A Mental Health Counsellor gives individuals, couples or families the right guidance for mental health issues and focuses on developing their well-being. A Mental Counselor works with groups and communities and discusses topics of emotions and shares experiences.
They work on issues, such as substance abuse, ageing, bullying, anger management, careers, depression, relationships, LGBTQ issues, self-image, stress, and suicide. They take a holistic approach to mental health care.
Average Salary: Rs. 3,02,058 P.A
Correctional Treatment Specialist:
A Correctional Treatment Specialist job role is to work alongside agency staff, inmates or parole officers to develop rehabilitation plans for probationers and parolees. They help in counselling services, substance abuse, and mental health treatment.
A Correctional Treatment Specialist has to conduct psychological tests or assessments to read the inmates after which they make a final report that provides an appropriate study about the inmate. Based on the report, higher officials make decisions on an inmate's eligibility for release.
Average Salary: Rs. 4,50,000 P.A
Medical and Health Services Manager:
Medical and Health Services Managers are responsible for the duties of training and recruiting hospital staff, managing daily records of the hospital, such as patient count and creating work schedules for healthcare providers. They also communicate with board members and directors to discuss policies, budget, and more.
Average Salary: Rs. 5,40,000 P.A
So far, the article has helped aspirants know about the most demanded career opportunities after NEET (UG). Aspirants can now have a wide range of career options after NEET. The above-mentioned career opportunities after NEET-UG will be helpful for candidates who are looking forward to building a career in the medical industry.
After an undergraduate course, students tend to pursue a postgraduate degree in Medicine for which they should write the NEET (PG) examination. The NEET-PG examination is a computer-based exam held all over India by the National Board of Examinations (NBE). NEET PG helps for admission to the MD (Doctor of Medicine) / MS (Master of Surgery) courses.
NEET Postgraduate Eligibility Criteria:
NEET PG eligibility criteria are common for all candidates irrespective of their nationality, category, domicile, etc. Candidates are required to have an MBBS degree or a provisional MBBS certificate. Candidates must also have MBBS qualification certification (permanent/ provisional) issued by the Medical Council of India (MCI) or State Medical Council (SMC). NEET-PG and complete their one-year internship.
Career after Doctor of Medicine (MD):
The students can choose from many Doctor of Medicine courses. They also have numerous career opportunities after a postgraduate in Doctor of Medicine (MD). Some of the main courses in MD are as follows:
- MD in Anaesthesia
- MD in Community Medicine
- MD in Biochemistry
- MD in Dermatology
Career after MD in Anesthesia:
After completing MD in Anesthesia, a 2-year postgraduate course, the candidate has the following career opportunities:
- Anesthesia Technician
- Anesthesiologist Assistant
- Certified Anesthesia Technician
An Anesthesia Technician (AT) job role is to support the work of professionals. ATs manage the equipment used by professionals. They may have to do tasks such as cleaning, sterilizing, assembling, calibrating and testing, troubleshooting, etc. Apart from this, they also monitor, evaluate, and manage the patient undergoing anaesthesia.
Average Salary: 450,000 P.A
An Anesthesiologist Assistant (AAs) is a health professional who is skilled to implement anaesthesia care plans. AAs work within the care team and are supervised under professionals in the field.
Average Salary: 1,80,000 P.A
Certified Anesthesia Technician
The Certified Anesthesia Technician (Cer. A.T.) is a technician who is allied with a healthcare professional and is considered to be an essential member of the anaesthesia patient care team. The Cer. A.T. performs duties under the supervision of the licensed anaesthesia care providers.
Average Salary: Rs. 5,00,000 P.A
Career after MD in Community medicine:
MD Community Medicine is a 3-year course which teaches the importance of the health of a particular community. Students are trained to take responsibility and carry professional tasks that are required for the community. The course focuses on the nutritional issues and needs of various segments in the community.
- Public Health Manager
- Internal Medicine Consultant
Public Health Manager:
Public Health Managers manage healthcare standards, manage finances, and provide healthcare operations. They market new treatments and health care policies and create awareness among the public. Some examples of public health services include providing influenza shots, treating smallpox, and educating the public on HIV, distributing condoms, and AIDS diseases and treatment options.
Average Salary: Rs. 4,80,000 P.A
Epidemiologists will study the disease to field its cure or research on how to prevent it. They focus on an illness that affects the human body and body parts such as the heart or lungs. An Epidemiologist will work at research facilities, some universities and colleges, or for the federal government. Apart from this, they also work hand in hand with doctors to stop or prevent an outbreak of disease.
Average Salary: Rs. 7,20,000 P.A
Internal Medicine Consultant:
An Internal Medicine Consultant's job role is to provide solutions and analyze the marketing results of the product that helps companies to sell their products successfully. They also interact with client companies and brand managers for the growth of the company.
Average Salary: Rs. 15,00,000 P.A
Career after MD in Biochemistry:
Biochemistry is the study of the structure, composition, and chemical reactions of substances that occur in living systems. The subject is a separate discipline that combines Biology with Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry, and studies how living things acquire vitality for sustenance, the compound premise of heredity, and what fundamental changes happen in living beings at the occurrence of disease.
Lab Technicians are gifted specialists that work with complex frameworks or perform exceptionally specialized mechanical or analytic tests in restorative or logical research centres. A Lab Technician performs tests on body liquids, maintains equipment, and provides assistance in ordering laboratory supplies.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,40,055 P.A
A Biotech Consultant must suggest new products and technology in the field of Biological Sciences. They offer advice and solutions on biotech. These Consultants should be well versed in areas of environment, technology and health of a company facing an issue. The consultant may offer assistance to help clients solve problems and address issues, such as helping companies make decisions on equipment and tool purchases or introducing new technologies or products, such as pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
Average Salary: Rs. 6,00,504 P.A
Assistant Professor - Biotechnology:
The job of a Biotechnology Assistant Professor is to teach courses in the subject area. They help students in improving knowledge in the biotech field. A Biotechnology Assistant Professor should make a course outline and teach the students by meeting the college and department standards. They also publish academic journals, research books, and conduct experiments to expand knowledge in their field.
Average Salary: Rs. 8,40,000 P.A
Career after Master of Surgery (MS):
Master of Surgery (MS) degree covers many fields in the medical study, and the main courses offered in MS are as follows:
- MS in ENT
- MS in Orthopaedics
- MS in Ophthalmology
- MS in General Surgery
- MS in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Career after MS in ENT (Ears, Nose, Throat):
MS ENT is a 3-year Postgraduate course. The course is aimed at providing knowledge in the field of diseases that are related to the ear, nose, throat and head and neck. The course teaches students about radiograms, audiograms, nystagmography in connection with ENT diseases/ disorders and teaches about different treatment procedures.
The job opportunities after completing MS in ENT are as follows:
- ENT Assistant
An otolaryngologist is a physician who treats diseases that cause Ear, Nose or Throat. They treat any conditions or complexities suffered by patients of any age. They assist patients with a limited sense of smell and treat patients with tumours in the head or neck.
Average Salary: Rs. 7,63,024 P.A
ENT Medical Assistant:
An ENT Medical Assistant handles all the aspects of the ENT facility to make sure the management is well maintained. An ENT Assistant should be expert in managing the patients and other members and provide information on a timely basis. They need to maintain effectiveness with insurance companies for timely payments.
Average Salary: Rs. 3,10,432 P.A
Career after MS in Orthopaedics:
MS in Orthopaedics is a 3-year course focused on branches such as acute, chronic, traumatic, and overuse injuries or any other disorders of the musculoskeletal system.
Orthopaedic surgeons address most musculoskeletal ailments including arthritis, trauma and congenital deformities students learn about musculoskeletal ailments like trauma, arthritis using both surgical and nonsurgical means.
The following are the most preferred job opportunities after MS in Orthopaedics:
- Associate Professor - Orthopaedics
- Consultant - Orthopaedics
Associate Professor - Orthopaedics:
An Associate Professor in Orthopaedics' job role is to implement different teachings through practical and theoretical skills in the Orthopaedics field. They help students in improving their analytical and critical thinking capacity and maintain good relations with the students.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,358,324 P.A
Consultant - Orthopaedics:
Orthopaedic Surgeons work with a wide variety of patients who suffer from ailments affecting their musculoskeletal system, including bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. They address physical traumas, such as injuries, infections, and other conditions requiring either non-invasive orthopaedic procedures or surgical intervention.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,358,324 P.A
Career after MS in Ophthalmology:
MS Ophthalmology or Master of Surgery in Ophthalmology is a 2-year postgraduate course. The branch of medicine deals with diseases of the eye and its anatomy. An ophthalmologist is a specialist in medical and surgical eye problems.
The job opportunities after MS Ophthalmology are as follows:
- Product Specialist
- Clinical Associates
An Ophthalmologist provides routine check-up to the eye. They test the eye vision and prescribe glasses or contact lenses. Apart from this, they also perform minor surgeries of the eye, such as cataract or laser surgery. An Ophthalmologist follows therapeutic approaches to treat the patient.
Average Salary: Rs. 1,610,000 P.A
As a Product Specialist in the field of Ophthalmology, one who works with the team knows the products and equipment necessary in the field. They aim to develop sales, increase revenue and study the current market trends.
Average Salary: Rs. 4,75,000 P.A
A Clinical Associate's job is to manage all the administrative work in a clinic or at a doctor's office. Their job is to handle and coordinate with patients, recording reports, and receiving phone calls.
Average Salary: Rs. 3,42,765 P.A
Career after MS in General Surgery:
M.S. General Surgery is a postgraduate Surgery course in the field of medicine. The course duration is 3 years, and it teaches students about operative procedures to treat injuries. It deals with the surgical treatment of abdominal organs.
The most recognized job path after completing MS in General Surgery are as follows:
- Endocrine Surgeon
An endocrine surgeon specializes in the body's endocrine glands. They perform invasive procedures on these glands. They perform surgeries for tumour removal, removal of thyroid or testicles and ovaries.
Average Salary: Rs. 1,600,000 P.A
A Neurosurgeon performs microsurgery. They coordinate with the team of surgeons and interpret results of diagnostic tests, such as MRIs, PET scans, and CT scans.
A Neurosurgeon keeps track of patients progress and diagnoses them. They may also handle emergency surgeries and study about the latest discoveries in the medical field.
Average Salary: Rs. 2,505,375 P.A
Career after MS in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
MS in Obstetrics & Gynaecology is a 3-year postgraduate degree course which teaches the in-depth study of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (OB/ GYN). The field is focused on the in-depth study of female reproductive organs. The course provides knowledge in clinical acumen, procedural skills, manage pregnancy and its complications, manage disorders affecting the female genital, etc.
The best career path one can choose after MS in Obstetrics and Gynaecology are as follows:
- Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist
- Clinical Associates
The job of an Obstetrician or a Gynaecologist is to provide medical care related to pregnancy or childbirth. Their job includes diagnosis, assessment, preventive care of the reproductive system. They also give medical advice on well-being, weight reduction, diet plan and hygiene for women.
Average Salary: Rs. 1,375,000 P,A
A Clinical Associate duty is to help the medicinal offices to enhance the working environment by following government standards and law. A Clinical Associate also integrates and updates documentation and also suggests improvements required in clinical procedures and processes. They also review emergency situations and escalate patients to a local health-care provider.
Average Salary: Rs. 5,12,121 P,A
As the medical industry is flourishing, the field offers many career opportunities after NEET. Aspirants who aim to become a Doctor, Surgeon or pursue any other field in medicine can make their dream come true. They can choose one of the best job profiles after NEET-UG or PG based on the acquired skills and knowledge.