It is the major and a specialized discipline of medicine. Eye, nose and throat profession is very tough and competitive. This field is very increasing and growing at an accelerated pace.ENT specialists can function in various areas of science. This discipline people can work in hospitals, clinics, government and public centres. But, since this is the toughest profession so only 54% of the medical students are interested in opting this branch. ENT specialists can do all the non-surgical work as well. Training and internships are also given to the students. Various reputed institutes provide this course for the students.
In order to become an ENT specialist , a person should have a M.D or D.O degree . There should be the completion of a four year residency in the same profession. People can also have a 3 year practice in the same profession. An ENT specialist must then pass an oral and written examination. The written exam comprises of a full day research on the relevant topics. The oral exams also include assessing the actual examination through verbal skills.
A bachelor’s degree in medicine takes around 4 years with 4 years in the medicine profession. It also takes around 8 years to practice this profession. The total duration of this stream is total 8 years with 2 years of practice.
They are said to work with council of doctors and Physicians. They can work in health care units, hospitals and Clinics. An ENT specialist can earn Rs 75,000 to Rs 90,000 as their starting salary.