Updated on - Apr 16th, 2018 | 05:29 PM by Vaishnavi Prathap
|Age||No Age Limit|
|Minimum Percentage||It is open for students who have qualified Higher Secondary Examination with a minimum of 50% marks|
|Subjects Required||Physics, Chemistry and Biology|
BDS or Bachelor of Dental Surgery is an undergraduate Dentistry course. The duration of Bachelor of Dental Surgery course is 4-5 years of study with internship and without an internship.
The BDS course is divided into 2 or more semesters.
The course can be pursued either as a Full-Time Graduate Course or Part-Time Graduate Course i.e. through Correspondence or Distance Education depending upon one’s choice.
Top universities include:
University School of Management Studies, New Delhi. For more details, click here.
The aspirants have to download the application/admission form for the opted college from the website of the college/universities.For further details for Admission Procedure, click here.
Below mentioned are some of the finest job scope opportunities for the professionals post-graduate:-
Dental Equipment Manufacturers
Dental Products Manufacturers
For job scope for the program, click here.
The following mentioned are some of the subjects in the syllabus of the course:
Oral Pathology & Microbiology.
Conservative Dentistry And Endodontics.
Oral And Maxillofacial Surgery.
After M.B.B.S., Bachelor of Dental Surgery is one the most sought-after course in the field of medical science.
B.D.S. enables one to become a Dentist. Dental Courses comprise didactic lectures, demonstrations, group discussions, seminars, clinical work, and conferences.
Aspiring candidates learn about various forms of treatment including Surgical Procedures, Dental materials, Dental anatomy & Oral histology, Oral Pathology, Community Dentistry, Pedodontics, Oral Medicine & Radiology etc which are some of the topics that are generally taught.
There are various Dental Schools and Dental Colleges which impart the education of Bachelor of Dentistry.
The field of Medicine is always evergreen and full of opportunities, hence a number of jobs for a Bachelor of Dental Science in this sector are rising.
The most sought-after course, right after MBBS, is the Bachelor of Dental Science [BDS].
Any person in this field has the exciting opportunity to work in both the private sector, as well as the government sector.
They can either work in their own clinic or, in a government clinic.
In BDS or any medical course, only the eligibility is to pass 12th by minimum 50% marks. But only in MBBS and BDS a national level exam is taken called NEET and the cutoff depends on that.
For admission in MRDC, you have to qualify NEET exam that is national eligibility entrance test. After qualifying it a candidate has to appear for counseling in the college venue itself.Before appearing for counseling one has to fill the application form of MRDC.