A. The medical field is highly competitive with more and more number of specialists coming out every year. The private sector is still the best bet for the middle and upper class as far as health sector goes and Obstetrics and Gynecology in particular.
B. India has an overgrowing population and more and more childless couples are opting for IVF etc to have children. So, the field of OBG is a good choice but your approach would be wrong.
C. Nobody can practice these days without a proper specialist qualification. You need to have a higher PG degree to be legally able to practice. In India, nobody is bothered as long as all is well. The moment a complication or a case is filed against the doctor, then questions are asked is he/she qualified to do this? So, my advise would be to study sincerely and get into MD OBG or DNB OBG or at least a DGO to start off.
D. The concept of gaining experience and then pracitising is a old one and you lose more years and hence time to start and establish yourself. A career as OBG specialist in private practice, government set up or a teaching medical college all do not look at experience UNLESS you have a DNB,MD or DGO.
E. Once you enroll for one of these, then focus your attention on getting as much practical exposure as possible. While in your second year of the PG course you can look out for weekend courses and workshops that give you exposure to Difficult pregnancy, Infertility, IVF, Obstetric Ultrasound, High risk pregnancies etc
F. Once you complete your PG degree, then choose to work with well known OBG consultant or team to start with. While you are learning under these established professionals, you can also complete your fellowship courses in Obstetric Ultrasound, Pelvic Laparoscopy IVF and get certified so that it will help you to have a complete CV and the additional qualification to start off as a OBG consultant in clinical practice.
G. So, please think of the two important steps for your career.
A PG degree in OBG - MD(OBG) or DNB(OBG) or DGO
Any two or more of these additional degrees
1.Fellowship in Reporductive Medicine ( FNB from National Board of Examinations)(https://nbe.edu.in/mainpdf/curriculum/Reproductive-Medicine.pdf) and or
2. An MRCOG or FRCOG is a valuable degree. Royal college of Obstetricins and gynaecologist membership or fellowship exam, these are now being held in the major cities in India (https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/global-network/global-health-community/south-asia/india-liaison-group/)
3. Pelvic laparoscopy training courses GEM hospital,Coimbatore has good courses(https://gemhospital.co.in/training-courses/) or
CeMAST in Mumbai is a popular training center that has a wet lab for laproscopic training and you can choose a course there also.(Operative Techniques in Gynaecological Endoscopy Course)
4. Ob/Gyn Ultrasound-Core Course from Institute of Ultrasound Training (New Delhi, India) that is affilated to Thomas Jefferson University.
C/0 DR. Randhawa's Ultrasound Imaging and Research Institute
7/1 Prem Nagar, Near Tilak Nagar Metro Station,
New Delhi - 110058
H. So, basically, you need to plan and get skilled and have the adequate qualifications, these are possible with hard work and commitment over a period of 5-8 years and then you will be good to take off at a much higher level, than just general practice with MBBS and a couple of courses.