Eligibility Criteria To study MBBS Abroad

Following are the guidelines for the selection of candidates to study MBBS abroad. These Guidelines have been outlined with reference from the National Medical Commission’s Gazette Notification for Regulations on Graduate Medical Education as well recommendations made to the foreign medical education aspirants in the advisory issued.

  • 10+2 from a recognized board.
  • Student must have an aggregate of at least 50% or above in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) in 12th Standard
  • Student must have studied English as a compulsory subject during his 10+2 years.
  • Students that studied under open board or correspondence classes are not eligible to study MBBS abroad.
  • NEET score eligibility:
  • Cast Neet Score
    General 147
    SC/ST/OBC/EWS 113

    Where there is a Will, there is a Way!! Historically Medicine is always considered a Noble Profession, hence challenges are plenty to pursue it. Every year there are aspirants, close to or more than 10 times of the available seats for MBBS. It Is only the lucky few who are able to pursue their dream career, while the rest either get admission into Para medicine or Dental or Homeopathy or Ayurvedic Medicine etc. Alternatively can drop a year and go through the same drill in the coming year.

    As every human is unique, it is natural to have a bad day either with the 12th Board exams or at the NEET exams, so do we stop dreaming?

    The answer is “NO”, even with a bad day at NEET we can offer you an affordable MBBS degree with various MCI approved colleges across Central Asia as well as North America.


    TnB Education takes pride in joining hands with ISM Edutech PVT LTD to be part of this Noble cause of building a career in Medicine. ISM Edutech PVT. Ltd. was established in 2010 and in the years since then we have mentored more than 7000 students from India to complete medical degrees from abroad. Presently more than 6000 students from India are studying medical degree via ISM at Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Georgia, Kazakhstan and Barbados.