Master of Surgery (MS) in Ophthalmology is a three-year full-time postgraduate degree from medicine domain.
The Entrance Examination shall be conducted through a Computer Based Test (CBT).
TYPE OF PAPER:
The Competitive Entrance Examination will have one paper in English consisting of
For MD: 200 (Two hundred) Objective Type (Multiple Choice types) questions.
A candidate must possess MBBS degree for MD/MS courses of a University recognized by the Medical Council of India India must have completed the required period of 12 months compulsory rotating Internship/Practical training on or before 30th January
The candidate must have obtained a minimum of the following marks in aggregate in all the MBBS professional examinations
(i) For candidates belonging to the SC/ST Categories 50% marks in aggregate
(ii) For all other categories including OBC Category 55% marks in aggregate
(iii) For Persons with Bench-mark Disabilities [PWBD] candidates the minimum aggregate as provided in (i) and (ii) for the category to which the candidate belongs shall apply.
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