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What happens after completion of MBBS from AFMC?
Placements: After completing MBBS course in AFMC, you get commissioned into the Indian Armed Forces as a Lieutanant and do internship at a military hospital in India simultaneously. After that you are promoted as Captain and placed as Medical Officer at military posts.
Is AFMC the only way to become army doctor?
You have to get selected in AFMC via NEET UG after 12th, to become Army Doctor. 2. The next option is to complete your UG from any civil medical college and join directly through an interview conducted by a board of officers. You will get only SSC through this interview.
How to join the Armed Forces medical services (AFMC) after MBBS?
After completing your MBBS from any other Medical College other than AFMC, you can join the Armed Forces Medical Services as a Doctor in the AMC in the rank of Captain (Army), Surgeon Lieutenant (Navy), or Flight Lieutenant (IAF).
Can a student become a commissioned officer in the Army Medical Services?
Students have compulsory liability to serve as Commisioned Officers in the Armed Forces Medical Services. The offer of the type of commission will depend on the vacancies available.
Is there any short service commission for MBBS graduates in Army?
All the best…:) The Army Medical Corps under the Government of India annually offers short service commission for MBBS graduates who have passed the course in the first or second attempt and have completed internship as an officer.
How many seats are there through AFMC PG medical admission?
On the basis of scores obtained in NEET PG, seats available, specialties selected and other details, the admission to 352 seats will be granted through AFMC PG medical admission. Here I am providing the links for better understanding. Hope it helps you. All the best…:)