Errmm I think there are a lot of hurdles to that!
The first one is of-course the visa problem. So far "relaxed visa policy" isn't gaining momentum. Both countries aren't that welcoming either to each other's civilians
But despite that, some research on this topic showed that it is not like IMPOSSIBLE. Yes you can. But I don't know the whole procedure. You gotta contact Indian Embassy in Islamabad regarding the details. :: High Commission of India in Islamabad ::
Maybe also contact the university in which you are interested.
But realise that every year almost 1.6 million Indians compete for a few thousand seats in medical colleges!!!
Their MBBS is 4.5 years + 1 year internship. (need to confirm whether it has changed now or not)
In India, people from far off places like Bulgaria are also present but about the Pakis, I don't know how many are allowed.
Recently Pakistani Hindus moved in considerable numbers to India so maybe it's now more possible than before for one with a Pakistani "tag" to go there for education.
I browsed a little about Pakistanis going to India, and shockingly found it to be not that common a trend! So little material on this! :: :sour:
Yes Pakistan students can study medicine in India. But Student visa application form is required for Studying in India. Other than I'm not sure in procedures even I have search in Google but I didn't get exact procedure.
Off course definelty you can there no such issues in terms of education,Plus India is a country where most of the countries in Asia can send their students for further studies.and most of our policies entertain foreign student for higher education.