It would help if you pursued higher secondary education to become a physician. Usually, it takes nine years to graduate from a medical school, including post-graduation and internships. Once you've graduated, you'll be eligible to sit for the National Eligibility Cumulation Entrance Test (NEET), the standard medical entrance exam conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education. You'll need to take the NEET to pursue your Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree.
As a practicing physician, you must be board certified. This is the minimum requirement for anesthesia careers. You must have a bachelor's degree in a science stream, with physics, chemistry, and biology courses. Having a higher secondary education will make you eligible to sit for the National Eligibility Cumulation Entrance Test, a common medical entrance exam administered by the Central Board of Secondary Education. To get into a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery program, you must pass the NEET.