Medical vs Engineering.
It is being said , in India when a child is born he is being seen a future’s Engineer or Doctor. Today there are lots of career options are to opt for. Still career in field of engineering and medicine have not lost their charm. Being graduated from a ranked engineering college gives guarantee short off for better paying job. And same goes with profession of medicine as well.
Now the question arises after 10th board examination, whether to prepare for NEET or JEE?
India there is huge competition to qualify for MBBS seats. More than 6 lakhs students appear for NEET_UG test for mere 31,000 seats. If you take away reserved seats merely 15,000 seats . In these 15,000 seats there are private college where studying medical cost you around RS.25 to 30 lakhs.
And it is well known fact PG is must in field of medicine to become specialist. You have to qualify NEET-PG for it. Now number of seats available for PG is just 25,000. If you take away number of reserved seats and number of seats being offered by private colleges, competition becomes really challenging.
If we see number of seats being offered by IITS and NITS that’s comes around 30,000. These are government funded colleges. There are good number of private university and colleges which are a bit costly but consider good for B.Tech /B.E degree. Students passing out from these university and colleges are have good prospect in job market. Computer Science and IT is stream where chunk of B.tech graduates are getting handsome salaries . Getting an engineering degree is relatively cost effective too.
Average tuition fee is being 4 to 10 lakhs for government college and 12 to to 20 lakhs for private colleges.