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Jhalawar Medical College, Jhalawar

MD/MS/Diploma Courses

This college has postgraduate facilities in all major branches listed as:-

  • MD General Med.,
  • MD TB & Chest,
  • MD Skin & VD
  • MD Psychiatry,
  • MD Paed. Med.,
  • MD Anesthesia
  • MD Radio Diagnosis,
  • MD Radio Therapy
  • MD Forensic Med.
  • MD Pathology,
  • MD Microbiology,
  • MD PSM, 
  • MD Phy. Med. & Reh.
  • MD Physiology, MD Biochemistry, 
  • MD Pharmacology


  • MS General surgery
  • MS ENT,
  • MS Ophthalmology
  • MS Orthopedics, 
  • MS Anatomy,
  • MS Gynea & Obst
  • M.Sc. Med.– Anatomy, Physiology,  Biochemistry, Pathology, Microbiology


Students for Postgraduate medical courses shall be selected strictly on the basis of their academic merit.

Candidates are eligible for entrance to these courses after completing Internship. The number of seats in each course is decided from time to time.On the basis of merit as determined by the competitive test conducted by the State Government or by the competent authority appointed by the State Government or by the university/group of universities in the same state; or
On the basis of merit as determined by a centralized competitive test held at the national level; or Provided that wherever entrance test for Postgraduate admission is held by the State Government or a university or any other authorized examining body, the minimum percentage of marks for eligibility for admission to postgraduate medical courses shall be fifty per cent for general category candidates and 40 per cent for the candidate belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward classes. 


The period of training for the award of various postgraduate degrees or diplomas shall be as follows: 

(1) Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) / Master of Surgery (M.S.) 

The period of training for obtaining these degrees shall be three completed years including the period of examination. Provided that in the case of students having a recognised two year postgraduate diploma course in the same subject, the period of training, including the period of examination, shall be two year. 

Course content and structure are as directed by Medical Council of India. Resident doctors receive hands on training in emergencies pertaining to that speciality, outpatient and inpatient management (including diagnosis and treatment), ward procedures, teaching of undergraduates and postgraduates and community services. Surgical residents are trained in the principles of surgery and actually operate under supervision. During the 3 year period, the student also does research and writes a thesis. Application for registration of the thesis topic can be made 12 months after admission to the course. A student is eligible to appear at the MD or MS examination provided he/she has obtained the MBBS degree, has completed 12 months Internship and subsequently put in 3 years continuous work as junior resident in the department concerned. The MD / MS degree shall be conferred on the candidate after acceptance of his/her thesis and after passing the prescribed MD / MS examination. The examination consists of written, clinical (or practical) and oral parts.

(2) Diplomas 

The period of training for obtaining a postgraduate Diploma shall be two completed years including the examination period.

Migration/transfer of students undergoing any postgraduate course – degree /diploma shall not be permitted by any university or any authority.

Doctor of Medicine (D.M.) / Master Chirurgiae (M.Ch.) superspeciality courses:-

These courses are available in the following subjects -

DM: Cardiology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Endocrinology

M.ch.:- Cardiology, Vassular Surgery (CTVS), Neurosurgery,Urology Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Ped. surgery

Candidates are eligible for entry to these courses if they have obtained:

MS in Surgery for Plastic Surgery, Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery,and Pediatric SurgeryMS in Surgery | Orthopedics | ENT for Neurosurgery. MD in Medicine | Pediatrics for Cardiology or Neurology.

Recognition of these courses by Medical Council of India should be ascertained at the time of admission. Admissions are on the basis of All India competitive examinations conducted by the Vice Chancellors in consultation with Head of the concerned department. The entrance examination consists of theory paper, practical or clinical examination and interview. These courses are  of 3 years duration. The student is given advanced hands on training in all aspects of the concerned superspeciality. In addition he/she is required to work on and submit a thesis or dissertation.


The examinations shall be organised on the basis of grading or marking system to evaluate and certify candidate’s level of knowledge, skill and competence at the end of the training and obtaining a minimum of 50% marks in theory as well as practical separately shall be mandatory for passing the whole examination. The examination for M.S., M.D., D.M., M.Ch., shall be held at the end of 3 academic years (six academic terms) and for diploma at the end of 2 academic years (four academic terms). The academic terms shall mean six months training period.

Accomodation: There is a single hostel for resident doctors (single or married) in college campus containig rooms one for each resident doctor.There is facility of Two canteens in this hostel.and 2 seprate mess too.

Also there is a seprate hostel for Gyane residents in mahila chikitsalya campus.

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, Site Last updated on: 23-02-2017