This department was founded long back in 1950 along with two doctors. This department has exclusively focused on treating the blinds in the community. Students are exposed to live surgeries to be proficient in their field. The curriculum offered under the MD program of Ophthalmology supports higher education in India and other countries. The top 10% of the students may seek scholarship opportunities to support their learning. The duration of the MD program is three years. The eligibility criterion for the MD course is an MBBS degree from an institute approved by the Medical Council of India. The admission will be decided based on the score obtained in NEET.
The postgraduate programs offered in Ramaiah Medical College allow the students to seek higher education. The faculties under this department are prolific in this field. The postgraduate courses are provided in the Advanced Learning Centre to impart quality learning. This college aids your learning through inter-institutional collaboration. This department encourages holistic growth through theory, practical and research programs offered. You need to have an MBBS degree from an institute recognised by Medical Council of India to be eligible for admission. You also need to pass the NEET exam with a valid rank to enrol into this college.
St. John's Medical College has earned the fame of top ten among medical colleges in India. This college is approved under University Grants Commission. The review committee of the University Grants Commission has granted it a five-star rating. This college has held the fourth position among the top ten medical colleges since 2014. It offers various postgraduate programs affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. The postgraduate courses are pursued their well-planned teaching and excellent faculty. After application, your admission will be provisional until it is approved by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science.
This college was established to impart quality education in health science in Karnataka. It was founded in 1994, and it had started imparting education in 1996. All the medical colleges and health institutions are affiliated to this University. It monitors 235 colleges in Karnataka to observe the learning imparted. It offers the MD program in Ophthalmology for three years. You need to have an MBBS degree from an institute approved by the Medical Council of India to be eligible for admission. You will be enrolled in this college if you have a valid NEET rank.
It offers MD in Ophthalmology department under its myriad postgraduate programs which are approved by Medical Council of India. These courses are affiliated under Rajiv Gandhi University of Health science. It was founded in 1881 to impart state-of-the-art medical education. It has three seats under this course. Any candidate is eligible only if he has an MBBS degree from a college recognised by Medical Council of India. He must also have a decent rank in NEET exam for postgraduate courses. The course duration of this program is three years.