MS Orthopaedics Admission
Who is eligible?
There are two ways a medical graduate can train himself to be an orthopaedic surgeon. In India, two orthopaedic degrees are recognised: Master of Surgery in Orthopaedics (MS-Orth) and Diplomate of National Board (DNB-Orth).For MS OrthoPaedics Admission at best package Call -8448050300
The MS (Orth) degree is imparted by university-affiliated medical institutes. The eligibility for obtaining admission for this course is mainly based on the rank in the national and state level entrance tests. Private institutions offering MS (Orth) also conduct entrance tests. The demand for orthopaedic surgery is huge and, as a result, there is tough competition in the entrance examination.
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The National Board of Examinations runs (DNB-Orth) in accredited centres in the country. These centres are mostly self-financed or private hospitals and, occasionally, may not be attached to medical colleges. The medical graduate takes a qualifying examination and an interview to be eligible to undergo three years of training.
In either case, the post graduation in orthopaedics is a three-year residency course, which involves rotation between various units within an orthopaedic department of a government university or a private medical school.
At the end of three years, the trainee completes a thesis or a dissertation and appears for a university examination. The trainees are assessed by both written and practical (clinical) examinations. The examiners are invited from different centres in the country. Usually, there are four examiners for each candidate and practical examinations include one long case and two short cases for discussion. Vivas include anatomy and application of basic science in practice. The successful candidate is awarded MS (Orth) or DNB (Orth) as appropriate.
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