MBBS in Mongolia
Mongolia is one of the nations located in the beauty of East of Asia continent having countries such as China and Russia sharing the borders of the country. This country is known as a landlocked country, it maybe is so-called because of its current land situations, between two nations. The country doesn't share its borders with Kazakhstan, although both the countries are merely separated by a distance of 37 kms. Ulaanbaatar is the capital city of the country and this city also is known to be the largest cities among all the cities of the country. The Mongolian language is the official language of this particular nation, two scripts are followed throughout the nation, named as Mongolian Cyrillic and another one is named as Mongolian Script. As of 2010, the country proves to be the residence of two Ethnic groups, again one named as Mongols and the other group is named as Kazakhs. Among these two ethnic groups, you will find Mongols to be the majority population creator, with a percentage of 96%. A handful of religions are followed throughout the country. For example Buddhism, Islamic, Shamanism, Christianity etc. Among all the religious groups present in the country, the statistical data shows that the majority of the population follows Buddhism as their religion. Also, a very different thing would catch your attention on the same note of religion about this particular nation and that is 38 percent of the citizens of this country do not follow any religion.
The Government type of this country is stated to be as Unitary Semi Presidential Republic. The Mongolian People's Republic was established in the year of 1924, to be precise, it was established at November 26th, 1924. The country lies in an area measured up to 1,566,000 sq. Km; with a water percentage of 0.67%. According to the estimate made in this year, the population of this country is about 3,278,290 with a density of 1.97/sq. km.
According to the 2019 estimates, the GDP in the PPP model is counted as a total of a 47 billion dollars.
Töröng is the official country of this country named Mongolia, denoted by the initials: MNT. Mongolia is known to be the eighteenth largest and the state which has the sovereign that is most sparsely populated, in the world. Well according to the records Kazakhstan holds the record of the largest landlocked country; Mongolia stands second at the world list for the largest landlocked countries of the world.
Talking about the land in the country, the country is home to very less arable or what you can say as fertile land, the capital city of the country named, Ulaanbaatar is the home to 45 percent of the country's total population. Another feature or fact about the country is that, the capital city of this country, named as Ulaanbaatar holds the record of being the world's coldest capital cities of countries. The majority of the population being Buddhists, most of them is nomads; the population can yet be said as a nomadic or a semi-nomadic population.
The year of 1997 holds importance for the nation, as this was the year when the nation became a member of World Trade Organization. Traveling towards the history of the nation we find, the nation in its history has been ruled by many emperors, and surprisingly for adding to the facts many of these emperors were nomads themselves. Now moving on to the climatic conditions of the country, Mongolia has been always known for a specific feature and that is its clear blue sky this has been a saying because the country witnesses a total of two hundred fifty sunny days in a year. The climate to be precise is hot in the summers, and then too cold in the winters, sometimes the average minimum temperature dropping to a low of -30°C. The capital city does get affected by these weather conditions but when compared to the whole country, the effect here in the capital city is comparatively less. Now, Mongolia is also listed as a country that generates global growth. Now in Mongolia, 80 percent of the trade and exports are covered by the mineral sector of the country. Moving forward the agriculture sector provides 30% of the livelihood for the population of the country.
Moving forward to the education sector of the country; this sector has witnessed major changes in the twentieth century, now the country's education as stated by the Ministry of education of the country that, it has collaborated with Cambridge International Education System. Talking about Primary education, the country has a state-financed system of primary education. There are a total of seven hundred primary nurseries and daycare schools for kids in the country. The primary education system includes a compulsory education for every child for the time duration of 4 years. Then this is moved on to a further higher level, which is compulsory education for the next four years which is said to be as lower secondary education. There are a total of five thousand three hundred students getting primary education in the country. As of the estimates made in the years of 2003, there are 178 colleges and universities in the country. There are approximate, 1 lakh students, in the country getting higher or adult education in the country.