DM/M.Ch Courses are super specialities courses allowed after completing MD/MS in Medicine. Nowadays, it is very popular or you can say it’s almost necessary to do MD/M.Ch courses to get high reputation and good rank in society. DM/M.Ch admission as PG seats increasing rapidly with pace of time and thus, competition amongst Medico’s seekers too. Near about 1400+ seats are available for across the nations.
The Difference between MD/MS and DM/M.Ch courses is that MD/MS is a post graduate degree awarded after completing Post graduate course in Medicine whereas, DM/M.Ch is a Super Speciality Degree awarded after getting complete knowledge in a particular field/Specialization of Medicine. It’s a very hard decision to choose a PG speciality branch after getting a lot of obstacles in clearing PG entrance Examination. So here we have mention all information about DM/M.Ch courses, Specializations, Eligibility criteria, admission procedure, etc.
Some states, Universities or Institutions have different requirements but almost 90% of eligibility criteria in all Medical institutions are same across country. Admission to DM/M.Ch courses will be done through NEET SS, a national level entrance Examination. Aspirants who are willing to get DM/M.Ch admission have to fill the online application form of NEET SS at the official website. NEET SS Examination is conducted by NBE (National Board of Examination).
The following Medical institutions are not covered for admission to DM/M.Ch courses through NEET-SS for 2019 session:
Note: – No state government/private medical college/Universities including the state of Jammu & Kashmir shall be conducting any separate entrance exam for admission to their DM/M.Ch Courses for the academic session 2019-2020.
Abroad students of India can even apply for the course. They are permitted to submit single form at a time.
As we have already mentioned that admission to all Super Speciality courses are done through NEET SS national level examination. DM/ M.Ch courses are three years long professional course and there various specializations offered to do Post-Doctoral in a particular Specialization.
DM Courses: – Cardiology, Neurology, Urology, Nephrology, Haematology, and Immunology & Cardiac Anaesthesia.
M.Ch Courses: – Cardiothoracic and Vascular surgery, Neuro Surgery, Urology, Plastic surgery and Paediatric Surgery. Surgical Gastroenterology & Oncology.
Foreign Nationals: foreign Nationals are not required to get register with MCI. They can appear in NEET-SS without MCI registration. MCI will grant a temporary registration to foreign nationals. As stated in MCI regulation; The Medical Council of India may, on payment of the prescribed fee for registration, grant temporary registration for the duration of the Post Doctoral course limited to the medical college/institution to which he/she is admitted for the time being exclusively for pursuing postdoctoral studies. Provided further that temporary registration to such foreign national shall be subject to the condition that such person is duly registered with appropriate registering authority in his own country where from he has obtained his PG Medical qualification, and is duly recognized by the corresponding Medical Council or concerned authority.
Medical seekers are already aware by the fact that after putting a lot of efforts and hard work in earning MD/M.Ch Super speciality Degree, they will absolutely get name, fame, money, various career opportunities and heavy demand in medical society. Some of the considerable job options are;
Opening our own Clinic is the best preferable job option for medical qualifiers, whereas you can also get associated with Private or Public Medical association and can be hired in either government or private medical hospital at a good pay.