Which Branch is leading for MS MD in the current scenario

2021-09-21

Which Branch is leading for MS/MD in the current scenario ?

 

Let’s take a look on MS/ MD first :

 

MD/MS:

To get admission in the Master of Surgery (MS) course, candidates have to complete MBBS from a medical college which is recognised by MCI. Candidates who have passed their bachelor’s degree with 50 per cent of marks are qualified  for this course. However, the percentage can differ from one college to another.

 

In MD in the General Medicine course, candidates have to complete MBBS/BAMS with a minimum score of 50 per cent, with a one-year compulsory internship. Also, at least a total score of 60 percent is required at the graduation level. Also, candidates have to be qualified for an institute, national or state-level entrance test for admission to the course.

You have to clear a tough nationwide entrance examination if you want to be enrolled.You have to pay a large sum of capitation fees for getting admission in most private institutions which are unaccounted for.Getting admission to a government institution may be a difficult job especially getting your choice of institution/branch.

 

 

Various Specialisation after MBBS

Three different types- Clinical, Non-Clinical, and Paraclinical.

The difference among them is whether or not you’re providing direct patient care in terms of giving direct diagnosis or treatment. Clinical specialisation includes face to face interaction with patients while non-clinical roles can require interaction with patients but they do not provide diagnoses in some cases.

 Specialisation after MBBS

MD Specializations

MS Specializations

Aerospace Medicine

ENT

Anatomy

General Surgery

Anesthesiology

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Biochemistry

Ophthalmology

Biophysics

Orthopaedics

Community medicine

Otorhinolaryngology

Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy

Traumatology & Surgery

Emergency Medicine

-

Family Medicine

-

Forensic Medicine

-

General Medicine

-

Geriatrics

-

Health Administration

-

Hospital Administration

-

Immunohematology and Blood transfusion

-

Infectious Diseases

-

Marine Medicine

-

Medical Genetics

-

Microbiology

-

Nuclear medicine

-

Paediatrics

-

Palliative Medicine

-

Pathology

-

Pharmacology

-

Psychiatry

-

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

-

Physiology

 

Pulmonary medicine

 

Radiodiagnosis

 

Radiotherapy

 

Respiratory Medicine

 

Sports Medicine

 

Tropical Medicine

 

 

 Seat Allotment - Branch-wise Closing Rank (Expected)

 A detailed chart of the closing rank in various branches. These are just the predicted numbers for the closing rank. As it will help candidates to get a basic idea of where they would stand once the result is released.

Branch Name

NEET PG Closing Rank 2021 (Approx.)

MD Pharmacology

67000

MD Forensic Medicine

74000

MD Biochemistry

75000

MD Microbiology

75000

MD Community Medicine

76000

MD Pathology

76000

MS Ophthalmology

73000

MS Anaesthesiology

70,000

MS Orthopedics

62,000

MD TB and Chest

58,000

General Surgery

55,000

General Medicine

54,000

MD Paediatrics

54,000

MD Radiodiagnosis

46,000

MD Psychiatry

64,000

MD Emergency Medicine

43,000

MD Dermatology

44,000

MD Radiotherapy

40,000

 

 

 

 

 

Rank-wise Seat Allotment: Expected

 

NEET PG Rank Range 2021

NEET PG College Type

NEET PG Branch Prediction

1 to 15,000

Government College

Clinical Branch

15000- 20,000

Government College

Clinical Branch (Depends on counselling)

25000-30000

Government College

Clinical or Non-Clinical Branch (Depends on counselling)

25000-40000

Private College and Deemed Universities (Chances for Govt. Colleges)

Clinical or Non-Clinical Branch/ DNB

40000- 80000

Only Private College and Deemed Universities

Non-Clinical Branch