The practice of Homeopathic Medicine is by and large routine but in the consulting practice the money is good. You are also in the cutting edge of technology especially if you are in surgery. There also countless new homeopathic medications to stem the ravages of diseases. So, Homeopathic medicine can be very exciting and challenging as you use all this new technology, drugs, and equipment to cope with diseases and illnesses.
WORK PROFILE AFTER BHMS
Homeopathic medicine has its downside too. The trust among the patients regarding the success of the homeopathic treatment is not as high as that for allopathic treatments. Once settled, the attraction of plenty of money coming in good, years of training is long. Combined with all this is that finding a good Homeopathic Medical College is difficult. You need to score well to get into the top colleges. The point to be made is that you becoming a Homeopathic doctor and then staying one is no picnic. But if you are keen, persistent and still believe medicine is for you then such factors pale into insignificance.
The decision to enter a Homeopathic Medical College, just like an Allopathic Medical college is a momentous one for it entails the acceptance of a long academic pursuit approximately 8-10 years if you are specializing not to mention that it is extremely difficult to get into a medical college of your choice. Medicine is a lifelong commitment and you must accept that. Even after years of higher education, you must study to keep up with what is happening with your specialty.
To get admission to the BHMS course, most Homeopathic colleges have made it mandatory for the aspirants to take the NEET entrance examination
To be a good Homeopathic doctor, you must be inquisitive and should have an attitude to take care of people and should be prepared to slog it out. It is a lifelong intellectual challenge. There should be the cultivation of scientific habits of thought, clarity of expression, independence of judgment and the ability to correlate and collect information as well as the habit of developing the ability of self-education are the important qualities of a person aspiring to enter the field of Homeopathic medicine.
SALARY AFTER BHMS
As stated earlier, the trust among the patients regarding the success of the homeopathic treatment is not as high as that for allopathic treatments. This is the main reason why the income levels of Homeopathic doctors are less than allopathic doctors. But, it also a proven fact that there are many pathological conditions whose treatment is not available in allopathy but they can be cured through Homeopathy. It is this proposition that has to lead to the influx of money into Homeopathic medicine and has made it the leading alternative medicine field today. In the best of setups, a fresher BHMS graduate is paid Rs. 20,000 to 25,000 per month and the salary increases to Rs 35,000-50,000 as experience and qualifications are gained.
|TOP HOMEOPATHY COLLEGES IN INDIA|
|National Institute of Homeopathy|
|Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University|
|Motiwala Homeopathic Medical College|
|Rajasthan Vidyapeeth Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital|
|A.M.Shaikh Homoeopathic Medical College|
|Bharati Vidyapeeth Homeopathic Medical College|
|Nehru Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital|
|Government Homeopathic Medical College, Bangalore|
|Pt. Khushilal Sharma Government Ayurveda College|
|Government Medical College and Hospital, [GMCAH] Chandigarh|
|Burdwan Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital, [BHMCH] Bardhaman|
|Homoeopathic Medical College, [HMC] Pune|
|Ahmedabad Homoeopathic Medical College, Ahmedabad|
|Ahmednagar Homoeopathic Medical College, Ahmednagar|
|Al-Ameen Homoeopathic Medical College, Bijapur|
|Alvas Homoeopathic Medical College, Uttara Kannada|
|Anand Homoeopathic Medical College & Research Institute, Anand|
|Anantrao Kanse Homoeopathic Medical College, Pune|
|Antarbharti Homoeopathic Medical College (Dabha), Nagpur|