Admission in MS OrthopedicsAdmission in MS Orthopedics can be directly taken under management quota after qualifying the NEET PG 2024 Exam , As the dates of the exam will be soon notified . Orthopedics analyzes how to treat diseases related to bones and joints such as cervical spondylosis, bone tumor, spinal cord injury, rheumatoid arthritis, complex limb fractures and fractures which cannot get healed. Orthopaedics is concerned with the musculoskeletal system. Enrolled students are taught to apply both nonsurgical and surgical means for treating musculoskeletal trauma, congenital disorders, tumours, sports injuries, infections and other degenerative diseases.
Through NEET PG examination, students will get admission in 3 years MS course in which candidates can choose MD (ORTHOPEDICS) to pursue career as General Surgery .
“M.S Orthopedics branch is only suitable for the students who have the deep knowledge in the understanding of medical technologies, medical ethics, pharmacology and physiology. They must have a tendency for musculoskeletal health, disease prevention and treatment is essential. They should be good in their interpersonal and communication skills. For further research studies this course is highly preferable.”
MS in Orthopedics is a Three Years Post Graduate Degree Course. It is a branch of surgery which deals in traumatic, chronic and overuses injuries and many other disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Orthopedic Surgeons mostly directs musculoskeletal ailments including arthritis, trauma and congenital disorders using both surgical and non-surgical modes. The course has been designed and modified to impart to eligible candidates advanced learning in the systematic assessment and management of surgical patients in the elective, urgent, and emergency clinical settings. They apply medical, physical, and rehabilitative methods, besides surgery, for treating patients, using a variety of surgical techniques such as lasers to remove torn cartilage, and arthroscopic surgery for treating damaged joints. These doctors work in a variety of settings, such as small private practices, hospitals, and clinics.
The minimum eligibility criteria is that aspirant must hold MBBS Degree with minimum 55 percent marks from a recognized university. Minimum 50% marks in M.B.B.S.
Admission to the course is based on the candidate’s performance in any of the following entrance examinations: