Which types of courses are available besides medical?
The most common notion is when one takes biology one chooses to become a doctor. This is a great misunderstanding. One can choose to become biotechnologist, pharmacist, physiotherapist, microbiologist etc. Many other courses are there which are integrated such as biomedical engineering, biophysics, biochemistry, environmental biology etc.
What type of entrance exams one has to give?
Basically the most common entrance is the state level. The others are national level such as AIPMT,JIPMER, MGM wardha, CMC vellore, AFMC .
What is the difference between state and national level exams?
The main difference is that state level exams are based on state board books while the national level are based on the CBSC syllabus.
Another difference is the marking scheme. State level are not negative marking while the national level are negative marking type.
Should student drop mathematics when one is pursuing to become doctor?
Though the maths marks are not considered for the admission to medical courses, it is essential to take maths at 11th and 12th level. The numerical problems of physics and chemistry require maths.
If the student has not yet decided what to do should he take PCMB at 11th?
Answer is simple that he should.