Minimum Requirements

Degree Masters
Duration Course Duration of Master of Surgery [MS] is 3 Years.
Age No age limit
Minimum Percentage 50%
Subjects Required Subjects corresponding to post-graduate.

About Master of Surgery [MS]:

  • M.S. General Surgery or Master of Surgery in General Surgery is a postgraduate surgery course.

  • Surgery is a branch of medical science that treats disease or injury by operative procedures.

  • General Surgery is a subfield of Surgery which deals with the surgical treatment of abdominal organs, e.g. intestines inclusive esophagus, stomach, colon, liver and furthermore of the thyroid gland and hernia.

  • Below mentioned are some of the Universities/Colleges which offers the course of Master of Surgery[M.S]: 
  • Though the course has been termed as ‘General Surgery’, it is not as much a General as one would expect as it involves surgical procedure involving including appendicitis, hernias, gallbladder surgeries, stomach and intestinal issues.

  • The duration of Masters in General Surgery Course is 3 years, imparted in 6 Semesters, including the period of examination. 

  • The candidates must qualify for the Examinations within 5 Years of the date of his/her admission.

  • However, a candidate may be permitted to undergo a further period of study and training of minimum 6 months duration in a recognized Post-Graduate Department in the specialty of an Institution.

  • The course is not available under Distance Education mode as it is practically based.
  • The Medical Council of India (MCI) is a statutory body with the responsibility of establishing and maintaining high standards of medical education and recognition of medical qualifications in India. It registers doctors to practice in India.

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What is Master of Surgery [M.S]?

  • It's a three-year course, where the aspirant will learn a lot about the process of Anaesthesia and its wider application on the Radiotherapy and Radiology.

  • General Surgery, Neurosurgery and Cardio-theriac are some of the topics and subjects which are covered in the syllabus of the Master of Science[M.S] course.

  • Elite and profound hospitals like Fortis, Appolo and AIIMS are some of the major recruiters and employee partners in terms of the getting engaged with the professionals of Master of Surgery[M.S]. Click here to know more about job opportunities related to the same.

  • Being a Master of Surgery [M.S] professional, the practical implementation of the subjects read is one of the challenges of its own while working in such critical situations. 

  • The candidates joining M.D/M.S./M.D.S. degree courses are called Junior Residents in the Clinical Disciplines and Junior Demonstrators in Basic Clinical Disciplines. Surgical residents are trained in the principles of surgery and actually operate under supervision.

  • Master of Surgery provides a Doctor qualification in surgery. Upon successful completion of the course, doctors become certified Surgeon.

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Why Choose Master of Surgery [M.S]?

  • Cardio-Thoracic being one of the most contemporary and wider practice-oriented subjects in the Master of Surgery[M.S], there are huge vacancies in the field.

  • Working as a full-time Surgeon in some of the elite and reputed Hospitals like AIIMS, Fortis is a one-time opportunity for all the optimist graduates having a tag of Master of Surgery [M.S].  

  • Dr Williams, Dr Myles are some of the famous personalities who always motivate the upcoming generation to take up Master of Surgery.

  • Internship opportunities in some of the most prolific and professional organizations like Artemis Hospital, Manipal Hospital while graduating will add a lot of weight in terms of experience in the Resume.

  • Working as Urological Surgeon, Vascular Surgeon, Resident (General Surgery) Cardiothoracic Surgeon in some of the most reputed R&D organizations in the field of professional medicine are some of the placement opportunities related to the field of Master of Surgery[M.S].  

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Eligibility Criteria for Master of Surgery [M.S]:

  • As per the regulations of statutory bodies, as laid out in Post-Graduate regulations 2000 of Medical Council of India, the minimum percentage of marks in the entrance test for eligibility for admission to Post-Graduate courses shall be 50% for all candidates and for SC, ST, category-I & OBC the eligibility will be 40%.

  • Most state government-affiliated programs at the M.S. level accept 50% of students based on the national examination and 50% based on state examinations. 

  • In addition, 50% of positions are also reserved in most states for physicians belonging to the economically underprivileged segments of Indian society as specified in the Indian Constitution.

  • The foreign nationals are required to send their applications routed through Diplomatic Channels.

  • They are also required to appear in the Competitive Entrance Examination along with other regular candidates.

  • Some Institutes will only conduct admission on the basis of qualifying examination marks.

  • The foreign nationals will be considered against the seats advertised under the 'Sponsored' category.

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Admission procedure for Master of Surgery [M.S] :

  • Aspirants have to go through different Entrance exams conducted by the individual university in accordance with their admission criteria.

  • The applicants have to download the admission form for the opted university from their respective websites. 

  • Applicants also have to complete the application form in prior to the deadline mentioned by the particular university via there website.

  • Declaration of the result will be out to the students, once the process of evaluation is completed and will be published on the respective website of the college. 


Entrance Exams for Master of Surgery[M.S]:

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Entrance Exams For Master of Surgery [MS]

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Fee Structure of Master of Surgery [MS] in India

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Fee Structure by State for Master of Surgery [MS]

All Over India

Public Colleges
₹ 4,986 (Minimum Fee) (Maximum Fee) ₹ 46.20 Lakh
 
₹ 72,000 (Average Fee)
Private Colleges
₹ 2,000 (Minimum Fee) (Maximum Fee) ₹ 1.80 Cr
 
₹ 13.10 Lakh (Average Fee)

Andhra Pradesh

Private Colleges
₹ 8.70 Lakh ₹ 9 Lakh
 
₹ 9 Lakh

Bihar

Private Colleges
₹ 10.50 Lakh ₹ 16.50 Lakh
 
₹ 16.50 Lakh

Chhattisgarh

Public Colleges
₹ 49,570 ₹ 68,380
 
₹ 66,380

Delhi

Public Colleges
₹ 4,986 ₹ 82,500
 
₹ 48,300

Gujarat

Public Colleges
₹ 6,235 ₹ 1.14 Lakh
 
₹ 42,000

Jharkhand

Public Colleges
₹ 24,000 ₹ 2.55 Lakh
 
₹ 2.05 Lakh

Karnataka

Private Colleges
₹ 2,000 ₹ 60 Lakh
 
₹ 25.30 Lakh

Kerala

Private Colleges
₹ 40,000 ₹ 52.50 Lakh
 
₹ 43.50 Lakh

Maharashtra

Public Colleges
₹ 27,030 ₹ 20.12 Lakh
 
₹ 1.80 Lakh
Private Colleges
₹ 88,800 ₹ 51 Lakh
 
₹ 6 Lakh

Orissa

Private Colleges
₹ 30 Lakh ₹ 45 Lakh
 
₹ 45 Lakh

Pondicherry / Puducherry

Private Colleges
₹ 4.35 Lakh ₹ 15 Lakh
 
₹ 8 Lakh

Punjab

Public Colleges
₹ 7,110 ₹ 45,000
 
₹ 45,000
Private Colleges
₹ 4 Lakh ₹ 15 Lakh
 
₹ 10 Lakh

Rajasthan

Public Colleges
₹ 21,675 ₹ 1.12 Lakh
 
₹ 60,000
Private Colleges
₹ 18,000 ₹ 1.80 Cr
 
₹ 30 Lakh

Tamil Nadu

Public Colleges
₹ 36,000 ₹ 3.78 Lakh
 
₹ 60,000
Private Colleges
₹ 60,000 ₹ 1.50 Cr
 
₹ 3 Lakh

Telangana

Private Colleges
₹ 75,000 ₹ 16.80 Lakh
 
₹ 16.50 Lakh

Uttar Pradesh

Public Colleges
₹ 35,250 ₹ 1.12 Lakh
 
₹ 64,000
Private Colleges
₹ 9.80 Lakh ₹ 66.50 Lakh
 
₹ 54 Lakh

West Bengal

Public Colleges
₹ 15,000 ₹ 78,000
 
₹ 30,000

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Master of Surgery [MS] Reviews

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Master of Surgery [MS] (Ophthalmology), batch of 2018
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
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