MCI Recognition: A crucial Factor for Medical Studies Abroad

Choosing your studies or the university to do your Medical Studies is not as easy as you think and it takes longer than you expected in the first place. If you already have an idea or actually know what you want to do in the future and want to build a career on it later, the decision is not that difficult. As far as Medical Studies are concerned, the students normally select universities from Philippines, Ukraine, China and Russia for the reason being cheaper and American for-mat of teaching. Out of which Philippines has 63% of people speaking English, 5.48% in Russia, 8% in China & 2.9% in Ukraine.

Cheaper course fees, no constraints for eligibility and Assuming the certificate of Global Recognition are some of the facts that attract the students to choose University in these countries. But the ground reality is that Only less than 5% of them clear their local medical council exams – the rest 95% of students and their future will be a big issue.

But there are several crucial factors you should consider when selecting to study in a University abroad.

How to select a university?

  • A university which has registered in the local country of presence
  • A university with good infrastructure and lab facilities
  • A university with highest level of reputation and student satisfaction
  • A university with in-house hospital facility or at least tie-up with good hospital for clinical rotation
  • A university which has history of students clearing local council medical when the students graduate and head back home
  • A university which has good hostel facilities and food cuisine of various countries
  • A safe and secured environment for peaceful learning
  • A country with good chill-out places for weekend outing from routine studies


The most crucial factor is the Local Medical Council Registration of the University. Texila American University is listed in Medical Council of India (MCI) which allows the students to practice as a Doctor in the Home country upon completion of the course and clearing the Screening Test conducted by MCI.

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Texila American University Celebrated 6 years in Guyana

Texila American University completed its 6 Years of Excellence as a World Class Affordable Educational Provider. Founded in 2010 with the only Campus in Guyana, the University’s presence is now spread across the globe with 3 campuses – Guyana, Zambia and Fujairah with Offices in India, Sharjah, USA, & Hong Kong.

The Year 2016 marks a special milestone in the history of Texila as it has established Campuses in Fujairah and Zambia. Celebrations were held under the theme “Healthy Body, Happy Life: Promoting Health and Wellness”.

The University had launched a week-long series of programs and activities beginning with community health outreach and blood drives. Staff, students and the local community were a part of the celebrations.

Day One (1) – 26th September, 2016 – “Anniversary”
Anniversary celebration commenced with a “Happy 6th Anniversary Cake” that was presented along with a Presentation for well deserving staff who have dedicated their services to TAU for over three (3) years.


Day 2- 28th September, 2016 – “Blood Donation Drive”

A Blood Drive was organized on Campus involving Staff and students. A total of 48 units of blood were donated.

Day 3- 30th September, 2016 “Health Outreach Day”

A donation consisting of various non- perishable items were made towards the Children’s Convalescent home and the Old Age Home (Psalms). This was handed over by Ms. Tamika and Ms. Annette along with five (5) students on behalf of Texila American University.

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Also a Mini Health Outreach programme was conducted on Regent Street for the members of the public to have free access to check their blood pressure and blood sugar also free health consultation. A total number of 195 persons were checked and advised about their health. This activity commenced at 9:00 hours and concluded at 15:30 hours.

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100% success in MCI Screening Exam

An Occasion to celebrate achievements with the University, family and friends…. You’ve made it!

A lot of Indian students go abroad for their medical education owing to fewer seats in the country and stiff competition. These students who pursue their medical education abroad are supposed to pass the Screening Test conducted by the MCI before they can start medical practice. Between 2012 and 2015, only 19% of those appeared for the screening test has passed.  (Source: Times of India)

Amidst odds in the market, Texila American University has created a history by achieving 100% Clearance Ratio in the Medical Screening Exams in different Countries. Our Students who had graduated in the recent years had cleared their Screening Exams in their home country to practice as Doctors. This shows the commitment of Texila American University in delivering quality education catering to the entire globe. We are proud and delighted to be a part of their noble & holistic journey as responsible “DOCTORS”.


   This is a Proud & a Great Moment for Texila!
Wishing all the Success to the Students throughout their Journey as Doctors.

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Congratulations! A new generation of Physicians passed out of Texila

An Occasion to celebrate achievements with the University, fellow graduates, family and friends….

You’ve made it! 

Texila American University celebrated the graduation of its third batch of doctors on 30th January, 2016 at the Hotel Marriott, USA. The Chief Guest of the event was Dr.Rudolph Cummings, Programme Manager Health Sector Development &CARICOM Secretariat. Addressing the graduands, he quoted “We must celebrate our achievements no matter how small and build upon them to be better prepared for any new health challenges.”


The event was presided over by the Vice President of Texila for International Operations Mr. Ashok Kumar and then by the Registrar of Texila Mr. Julius Romrate Escalante. In an address at the function he indicated that it was the vision of the University to become one of the preferred choices for the medical and healthcare education.

DSC_6945It was a moment to cherish for the Graduand who had celebrated their accomplishments on behalf of family and friends.


We congratulate the new doctors and wish them much success!

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Texila American University Conducts Free Seminar on “Study MBBS Abroad” in UAE

Opportunity to Become Doctor in USA is just around the corner!

Texila American University conducts Free Seminar on “Study MBBS Abroad” on 9th April 2016 in UAE.  Meet the delegates from the University Directly for Counselling – Grab the Opportunity to attend Texila – one of the inclusive Caribbean Medical Schools to Earn a Globally Recognized Degree.

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Meet the Parents of Our Students to Get Hands-On Experience

Please book your appointments prior to visiting and possibly take your parents along for detailed counselling and clarifications.
Contact Person:
Mr. Praveen Kumar: +971 – 505291266

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Shivanarine Chanderpaul – Now the Brand Ambassador of Texila American University (TAU)

untitledVeteran Guyanese and West Indian batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul has Signed as Brand Ambassador for Texila American University (TAU), one of the prominent university of Guyana and known for its quality Medical, Dental and Nursing education with students from 45+ countries.

The agreement was signed in an event held at the Le Meridian Pegasus Hotel on Thursday, 17th March 2016.  Mr.Chanderpaul expressed his keen interest in working closely with TAU to promote our interests in the region and across our target markets.

“It is good to be recognized by an institution such as this and it’s great to really give back the community. There are lots of cricketers here and I know that I can be a part of this brand not just here but in the outlying regions where the organization exist. I look forward to making an important contribution to the company. It is also a great honor for me to be associated with the University”- Chanderpaul said.

On this occasion the university’s Vice President for International Operations Mr. Ashok Kumar and Vice Chancellor Dr. Anand were also present.

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TAU signed an MOU with the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) for Distance Learning Programs

Texila American University (TAU) had signed an MOU with The Open University of Tanzania on 14th March 2016. With this partnership, TAU is looking forward to enroll more number of students from East Africa.

The MOU was signed by Mr.S.P. Saju Bhaskar – Founder & President of Texila American University and Prof. Elifas T. Bisanda, Vice Chancellor of The Open University of Tanzania. The partnership with OUT is one of the greatest milestones in the history of TAU as it has expanded its University partnerships in East Africa as well.


The Open University of Tanzania is a fully fledged and accredited public Institution of Higher learning, mandated to conduct academic programmes leading to Certificates, Diplomas, Undergraduate and Postgraduate qualifications. In the 15 years of existence, the OUT has enrolled students from different countries.



It’s a great pleasure for us to be affiliated with one of the largest Higher Learning Institutions in Tanzania to offer the Distance Learning Programs for the students world-wide.

More exciting times ahead for Texila with its expansions into Africa and South Asia!

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How to Succeed in Your Clinical Rotations?

Clinical Rotations are the crucial part of every Medical Education. For the four year medical programs, the first two years will be dedicated for the theories and lectures whereas the last two years are meant for the Clinical Rotations wherein students would be all set to treat the patients.

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Always keep in mind the two primary goals of clinical training: to learn to take care of patients and to develop your professional identity as a physician. Keep in mind the following tips so as to avoid common mistakes while pursuing the Clinical Rotations – No matter Core or Elective Rotations.

Be Prepared: Clinical Rotations help the medical students to gain confidence and knowledge skills concerning workflow and logistics.

Be a team player: It’s important to have a good working relationship with the ward team while pursuing the clinical training.

Hard work: Hard work is dedication. Volunteering is also a part of clinical studies. Residents work lots of hours, and it may allow you to score points for easing the workload.

No complaints Please! Being a Medical Student, you may feel that you are at the bottom of the chain of command—which you are.

Be an enthusiastic learner: Physicians often quiz medical students on pertinent research or medical knowledge. It’s important to take opportunities to perform procedures and to assist others amidst of getting good learning experience. During each rotation, students work in various hospitals each with its own patient demographics, medical-records systems, workflows and testing procedures.

Always be professional: A Professional attitude is important for a medical student with professional business clothing and ensure that the white lab coat is always clean. In addition to dressing professionally and always being neat, your attitude should also be professional.

Show Respect to All: Being a medical student, it’s mandatory to interact with doctors, nurses, patients and other personalities. Henceforth, regardless of people you interact with, it’s very specific for you not be very respectful and courteous. You may also learn lessons from many people you interact with during the tenure.

You’re going to do a great job! Thanks to the next generation of doctors for the difference you will all make in the world of healthcare!

Texila helps you to discover a new world of Knowledge with its Doctor of Medicine (MD) programs offered in the Guyana Campus which is inbuilt with Options to do Clinical Rotations in USA.

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Admission Closes for September 2015 Intake

Texila American University, one of the best Caribbean Medical Schools Closes the Admission for September 2015 Intake for its Medicine and Nursing Programs.

Program Details:

  • Doctor of Medicine (MD) – 4 Years for Associate Degree Holders &
  • Bachelor of Science & Doctor of Medicine (BSMD) – 5.5 years for the School Graduates

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Moreover Nursing programs are also offered in the campus in Guyana.

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) – 4 Years for Secondary School Graduate &
  • RN to BSN Program – 2 Years for Registered Nurses

TAU is recognized by National Accreditation Council of Guyana (NAC) and is a WHO Listed University. For the Medicine and Nursing programs, there are three intakes in a year: January, March and September.

Moreover Post Graduate programs as well as Work Integrated Blended Learning Programs are also offered by Texila American University in partnership with the University Of Central Nicaragua (UCN).

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Texila American University Participated in Blood Donation Drive on World Blood Donor Day

Texila American University had participated in Blood Donation Drive on World Blood Donor Day (June 14, 2015) to raise awareness of the need for safe blood donation and to thank voluntary blood donors for their life-saving contribution of blood


The World Blood Donor Day has been held on June 14 every year since its launch in 2004. This year’s campaign is themed “Thank you for saving my life,” according to world Health Organization


The theme of this year’s campaign is “Thank you for saving my life”. It focuses on thanking blood donors who save lives every day through their blood donations and strongly encourages more people all over the world to donate blood voluntarily and regularly with the slogan “Give freely, give often. Blood donation matters.”


More than 30 students and staffs participated in the blood Donation Drive. The Blood Donation Drive aims to highlight stories from people whose lives have been saved through blood donation, as a way of motivating regular blood donors to continue giving blood and people in good health who have never given blood to begin.