Eligibilty & Entry Requirements
What is the eligibility required for the M.Ch. course?
The aspirants who are wishing to pursue M.Ch. course are advised to fulfil all the requirements of the course in order to get admission into the course. If the student fails to fulfil all the requirements of the course, his/her admission might get cancelled.
- The student should have a professional master's degree in the field of medical science like MS, MD, DNB or equivalent.
- The student should be registered with the Medical Council of India (MCI) or the State Medical Council.
- The student should have cleared the entrance exam (NEET SS) or any other entrance examination before the cut-off date.
- Students who have an MBBS degree can also opt for this course but the duration of the M.Ch. course will be 5-6 years.
- The MBBS graduate should be registered with MCI or State Medical Council.
Top M.Ch. entrance examinations:
The main entrance examination for M.Ch. course is NEET SS (Super Speciality) examination. It is a national-level medical entrance examination which is conducted by the National Board of Examination [NBE]. Institutes like AIIMS, and PGIMER conduct their own entrance examination for admissions into M.Ch. courses.
What are the subjects in the M.Ch. course?
The students who are planning to pursue M.Ch. course can check the detailed syllabus of the course below.
|Clinical exposure to bed responsibilities|
|On-call duties (houseman)-in patients only|
|Exposure to intensive care and artificial respiratory support with ventilators|
|Academic work-Journal Club/Topic Discussion|
|Protocol submission for research projects|
|Surgical work mainly as an assistant in all surgical procedures-emergency + electives. In addition, he/she is allowed a few operations under supervision.|
|Ward responsibilities + outpatients (supervision of Ist year residents)|
|Perform emergency and elective operations as specified below|
|Academic presentation - topic discussion/journal clubs/ grand rounds and case conferences|
|Surgical work as outlined by the supervisor(s)|
|Ward responsibilities similar to 2nd year + outpatients (supervision of Ist year)|
|Emphasis on completion of projects/data analysis|
|Academic work -as before along with intra-department clinical case presentations|
|Expected to perform major abdominal operations independently|
|Ward responsibilities (lesser duties) + outpatients|
|Submission of research projects|
|Clinical case presentation - 3 times/ week along with topic discussion|
|Surgical work as mentioned|
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