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    Multiple Option
    Visa Profiling
    Orientation Camp
    Travel Insurance
    Foreign Money Exchange
    Education Loan
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    Pruodly to Share
    Mr. Rajesh Gambhir, Education Secretary
    Indian Embassy
    and Dean of Tainjin Medical University
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    Improve Your Study
    One of the most popular
    destinations for MBBS students,
    China, offers MBBS in the most
    reputed Chinese universities.
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    Improve your skills
    Medical study has emerged as a
    highly opted option by students. We at
    Growell consultancy provide proper student
    counselling to get admission to these universities.
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    Some Important information
    for MBBS Admission
    Direct admission open for
    NEET qualified students.

Why Join Growell

Growell Education Consultancy has a proven track record and experience
of assisting students for their medical admission in China universities.

Authorized Consultancy

Growell Education Consultancy is an authorized consultant for 5 prestigious medical universities of China, including Tianjin Medical University, Zhejiang University, China Medical University.

Trusted Consultancy

Growell Education Consultancy Services is a leading India-based consultant offering counseling, guidance and information to students for medical admission in China.

Expert hub of Medical

With China being the hub of medical education, we, at Growell, would be your ideal partner for all the admission related inquiries and requirements.

We at Globally

Universities are WHO Listed: Most of the Chinese Universities are listed in the World Health Organization (WHO)’s “Directory of World Medical Schools”.

Our Latest Courses

China is now among the fastest growing destinations in the world to study medicine.

MBBS Course from CHINA

One of the most popular destinations for MBBS students, China, offers MBBS in the most reputed Chinese universities.


Medical study has emerged as a highly opted option by students. We at Growell consultancy provide proper student counselling to get admission.

Basic Medical Sciences

China is a wonderful place to study various medical courses at low cost. Affordable and world-class medical learning is available.


Stomatology is a 3-year program that helps to learn the treatment and diagnosis of stomatological disease at china.

Our team


The strategies of the company are handled by a group of people who firmly believe that students satisfaction is the only key & retention it’s reward. Our offices are located at Noida (UP), Chennai, and Internationally at (China).

Equiped classrooms


Keeping abreast of the latest technological advances, we have implemented the usage of the sophisticated tools such as LCD projectors, Audio Visual Demonstration, and implementation.

About MCI Classes


We also provide MCI classes to analysis and complete coverage of the chapters, various types of test, query sessions, the discussions on thousands of MCQ's by the Indian Professors during your MBBS study.

News and Events

  • Congratulations !!!
    To all students who cleared MCI examination December 2017.

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  • Cabinet approves certain official amendments to the National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill!!!
  • The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved certain official amendments to the National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill. The Amendment to the NMC Bill comes in the backdrop of its consideration in the Lok Sabha on 02.01.2018 and subsequently being referred to the Department Related Parliamentary Standing Committee (DRPSC). The Government has considered the recommendations made by the Standing Committee in itsreport tabled in the House on 20.03.2018 and general feedback, particularly the views of medical students and practitioners regarding certain provisions of the Bill. Details: The Amendments include: Final MBBS Examination to be held as a common exam across the country and would serve as an exit test called the National Exit Test (NEXT): Having considered the common demand by the students not to subject them to an additional licentiate exam for the purpose of getting license to practice, the Cabinet has approved that thefinal MBBS examination would be held as a common exam throughout the country and wouldserve as an exit test to be called the National Exit Test (NEXT). Thus, the students would not have to appear in a separate exam after MBBS to get license to practice. NEXT would also serveas the screening test for doctors with foreign medical qualifications in order to practice in India. Provision of Bridge course for AYUSH practitioners to practice modern medicine removed: The provision dealing with bridge course for AYUSH practitioners to practice modern medicine to a limited extent has also been removed. It has been left to the State Governments to takenecessary measures for addressing and promoting primary health care in rural areas. Fee regulation for 50% seats in private medical institutions and deemed universities: The maximum limit of 40% seats for which fee would be regulated in private medicalinstitutions and deemed universities has been increased to 50% seats. Further, it has been clarified that the fee would also include all other charges taken by the colleges. Number of nominees from States and UTs in NMC increased from 3 to 6: Responding to the demands from States to increase their representation in the NMC, thenominees of States and UTs in the NMC have been increased from 3 to 6. The NMC willcomprise of 25 members of which at least 21 will be doctors. Monetary penalty for a medical college non-compliant with the norms replaced with provision for different penalty options Another major concern gathered during discussion with stakeholders was the wide range of monetary penalty, ranging from one half to ten times the annual fee recovered from a batch, to be imposed in a graded manner on a medical college non-compliant with the norms. The clause has been replaced with a provision which provides different options for warning, reasonable monetary penalty, reducing intake, stoppage of admission leading up to withdrawal of recognition. Stringent punishment for unqualified medical practitioners or quacks: The government is concerned about the quality and safety of health care being made available to the citizens and the need to act strictly against unqualified practitioners or quacks. The punishment for any unauthorized practice of medicine has been made severe by including a provision for imprisonment of up to one year along with a fine extending up to Rs. 5 lakhs.

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  • Viraj Patel
  • Suresh Kumar
  • Baskar
  • Umar Iqbal
  • Santosh Natasha
  • Raninga Smit Kishorbhai
  • Hadiya Gautam Hiteshkumar
  • Bavishi Jay Chaturbhai
  • Gajera Manthankumar Pravinbhai
  • Patel Nidhi Manilal
  • Umapathy Vigneshvarprashanth
  • Rohan Anverbasha Shamsheerbasha
  • Lohanathan Aparna
  • Chaudhari Aditya Vinodbhai


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