As compared to most of the European countries, the best thing which you like about studying in Georgia is that the standard of living, food, and education here is very cheap regardless of the high quality. Moreover, you are not burdened with the expensive tuition fees of the universities. You can acquire a degree at about 30% less cost as compared to the other countries.
No, education is not at all difficult in Georgia. You don't have to go through extensive tutorial classes. You don't have to attend any coaching classes. Your education is more practical oriented rather than classroom oriented.
Studying MBBS Abroad is better if you somehow can't get a seat in any of the government college of India. Because the condition of Indian private medical colleges is not even worth talking about. Student should always consider study expenses, the structure; quality of medical education and living standards of the particular country before applying for MBBS in abroad countries. There is a decline in the education quality in universities in China other soviet countries. Between 2012 and 2015, only 19% of those appeared for the screening test has passed the FMGE (MCI Screening test). In Russia, there is a big language problem as universities teach in Russian for last 3 years. As well students find it difficulty during their internship.
As per the amendment to the Indian Medical Act, 1956, any Indian student intending to study medicine in any medical college anywhere abroad for a graduate medical course has to obtain an eligibility certificate from the Medical Council of India, New Delhi before joining the medical college abroad. After the successful completion of the course, the student is expected to appear for a screening test conducted by the National Board of Examination (http://www.natboard.nic.in) as required by the Medical Council of India (http://www.mciindia.org) prior to the registration with the Medical Council of India. The academic requirement for the eligibility certificate as defined by the Medical Council of India for the general is an aggregate 50% marks in the Physics / Chemistry and Biology and 40% in case of the reserved category. More details could be obtained from the Medical Council of India either from their office in New Delhi or from their official website.
After your degree overseas, you have to appear for a screening test conducted by National Board of Education (NBE), New Delhi. This is conducted twice a year, one in September and the other in March. After you pass it, you file your papers with the MCI, which will give you a registration number after which you are legally registered to practice as a medical professional in India.