You can pursue a post graduation course in medicine in clinical or non-clinical courses. clinical courses include M.D courses(General medicine,Paediatrics,Dermatology,Gyneacology,Anaesthesia,Pulmonology etc) and M.S courses (General surgery, ENT, Ophtholomology). You can also take up a diploma course in the above mentioned courses.
Apart from regular P.G courses, you can take up research career by joining reputed organisations like ICMR etc. For that you should clear CET conducted by them. You can also clear Subject GRE and opt for research career in U.S.
Charm of the field is that you can have a good practice if your clinical skills are good even with just graduation . You can join Govt jobs in PHC and UHC postings.
One more option booming in the light of corporate hospital culture is Hospital management from various universities. There is a distant learning course in hospital management in Sikkim manipal university e.t.c.
You can opt for civil services as any other graduate. It is better to take medicine optionals in the mains exam. That would be a wise decision.
You can also see my article detailing the career prospects in the field of medical education/MBBS
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You can do MD or MS in various Univerisities in India or abroad. Also you have other options to work in Public or Private Sectors as a Doctor.
You may get employment by appearing for UPSC Combined Medical Services Exam. Now it is the best option.
Also you can appear for other competitive exams in which field you are interested.