Amrita University MD/ MS/ Diploma/ MDS 2016 Admission; Apply Now
Govind Kumar, 07 Jan 2016, #NEET

Amrita University MD/ MS/ Diploma/ MDS 2016 Admission - Amrita University has invited the application form for 2016 academic session in three years Master of Surgery (MS) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) and two years Diploma programmes in various courses offered atAmrita Health Sciences Campus, Kochi. Candidates can fill Amrita University MD/MS/ Diploma/MDS application form in online mode from the link given below. The online application procedure started on January 3 and last date for applying online is February 29, 2016.

Check here the admission process of Amrita University MD/MS/ Diploma/MDS Admission2016 including eligibility criteria, application procedure, important dates, etc.

Eligibility Criteria: Candidates who have completed their MBBS 2016 degree and obtained registration from Medical Council of India or any of the State Medical Councils after completing their compulsory rotating internship are eligible for applying for Amrita University MD/MS/ Diploma/MDS 2016. Important eligibility criteria for Amrita University MD/MS/ Diploma/MDS 2016 are given below:

Education Qualification:

  • Candidates must have permanent registration from Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council after completion of compulsory rotating Internship

  • Candidates who will complete their Internship by April 30, 2016 are also eligible to apply but their admission will be considered only after fulfillment of eligibility criteria as asked by examination authority

  • Candidates who have MBBS Degrees from Foreign Universities should have passed the Screening Test conducted by the National Board of Examinations

  • Diploma Holders can do only two years as lateral entry for admission into MD courses

Age Criteria:

  • Age limit - For clinical subjects: Maximum 30 years as on December 31, 2016.

  • No age limit for MD - Non Clinical & all PG Diploma courses

Application Form: Application form of Amrita University MD/MS/ Diploma/MDS 2016 is available from January 3. The application form can be filled in online mode from the link given below. The last date for filling up online application form is February 29, 2016. Candidates are advised to carefully read the information brochure to know the application procedure of Amrita University MD/MS/ Diploma.

While filling up the application form candidates have to enter their personal, academic details, etc. Candidates are advised not to leave any column blank in the application form otherwise their form will be rejected.

 

Candidates have to upload their photo in JPEG format. The image should be of less than 30Kb and Dimension must be of 150 (width) X 200 (height) pixel resolutions.

 

Application fee is Rs. 2,000 which can be remitted through online using net banking/ Credit card/ Debit card. Once the application form is submitted pdf form of application will be generated and same will be sent on registered email id. Candidates must keep a soft copy of submitted application form for future reference.

Selection Process:The result of only those candidates will be declared who will score qualifying marks in the entrance exam. Based on the marks secured examination authority will prepare merit list of qualified candidates. Allotment of MD/MS/ Diploma/MDS programmes seats will be done through counselling as per the candidate’s rank and preference for the programmes.

Important Dates: Candidates can check the examination schedule of Amrita University MD/MS/ Diploma/MDS 2016 from the table given below:

Exam Events

Important Dates

Commencement of Online Registration

January 3, 2016

Last Date of Online Registration

February 29, 2016

Date & Time of Examination

March 5 & 6, 2016

MDS Exam

March 5; Time: 09.30 AM to 12.30 PM

MD/MS/Diploma Exam

March 6; Time: 09.30 AM to 12.30 PM

MDS Exam Centers

AIMS, Kochi

MD/MS/Diploma Centers

AIMS Kochi, Bangalore & Delhi

Candidates can check the number MD/MD/Diploma and MDS programmes offered in Amrita University from the table given below:

MD - Clinical

MD - Non Clinical

MS

Diploma

MDS

Anaesthesiology

Anatomy

General Surgery

Anaesthesiology (DA)

Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics

Dermatology

Biochemistry

Ophthalmology

Child Health (DCH)

Pedodontics & Preventive Dentistry

Emergency Medicine

Community Medicine

Obstetrics & Gynaecology (OBGY)

Dermatology,Venereology & Leprosy (DDVL)

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

General Medicine

Forensic Medicine

Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)

Medical Radio Diagnosis (DMRD)

Oral Medicine & Radiology

Geriatrics

Microbiology

Orthopaedics

Medical Radiotherapy  (DMRT)

Oral Pathology  & Microbiology

Nuclear Medicine

Physiology

Obstetrics & Gynaecology (DGO)

Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics

Paediatrics

Pathology

Ophthalmology (DO)

Periodontology

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

 

Orthopaedics (DOrtho)

Prosthodontics & Crown & Bridge

Psychiatry

 

Otorhinolaryngology (DLO)

Public Health Dentistry

Radio Diagnosis

 

Psychological Medicine  (DPM)

 

Radiotherapy

  

 

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