MD Dermatology course details
|Type of Institution||Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science/ Deemed University/ Private University.|
|Eligibility||The candidate should be a graduate in Medicine (M.B.B.S)from any university recognised by the Medical Council of India. The candidate should have completed satisfactorily the Rotating compulsory internship of one year in an institution recognised by the Medical Council of India he candidate should have obtained permanent Registration of any State Medical Council. No candidate shall be admitted to any post graduate degree / diploma course unless the candidate has obtained and produced the eligibility certificate issued by the University.
NEET PG is mandatory*
(The fees structure mentioned above are as per 2020 medical counselling).
Candidates seeking admission to MD should mandatorily qualify NEET-PG Exam. The NEET qualified students are required to undergo two types of counselling.
1.The students seeking admission to medical colleges affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) should undergo the counselling conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA).
2.The students seeking admission to deemed universities should undergo counselling conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).
Intake of MD Dermatology
|M S Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore||3|
|Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore||5|
|Vydehi Institute Of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Bangalore||5|
|Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital, Bangalore||4|
|A J Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Mangalore||3|
|BGS Global Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore||2|
|The Oxford Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre, Bangalore||3|
|Dr BR Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore||4|
|MVJ Medical College and Research Hospital, Bangalore||3|
|Sri Devaraj URS Medical College, Kolar||5|
|Sri Siddhartha Medical College, Tumkur||1|
|Shridevi Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Hospital, Tumkur||2|
|Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore||4|
|Father Mullers Medical College, Mangalore||7|
|NITTE's K S Hegde Medical Academy, Mangalore||5|
|JJM Medical College, Davangere||10|
|S S Institute of Medical Sciences& Research Centre, Davangere||3|
|Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medical Sciences Bellur||3|
|KLE's Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum||5|
|JSS Medical College, Mysore||7|
|Srinivas Institute of Medical Research Centre, Srinivasnagar||2|
|Basaveswara Medical College and Hospital, Chitradurga||2|
|Sapthagiri Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Bangalore||2|
|K V G Medical College, Sullia||4|
Placement of MD Dermatology
There is a great demand for MD Dermatologists in today’s scenario. The increased number of skin cancers among the patients has created demand for skilled Dermatologists in the medical field. At the initial days of their career they will be working with a team of expert dermatologists in the hospitals and nursing homes. As they gain experience they will be appointed as ‘Lead Consultant Dermatologists’ and will be entrusted to lead a team of dermatology experts.
In academic environments the MD Dermatologists can take up teaching professions in medical colleges. They are required to take up teaching of subjects of dermatology. They are appointed as head of the dermatology department in medical colleges. Sometimes they are also appointed in managerial levels as Deans, Chairman and Vice President.
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There are many benefits of being a Dermatologist, they are:
They are highly paid doctors in hospitals and nursing homes
They mostly spend their time in consultations and outpatient departments
They spend only less time in surgeries, because skin surgeries will be already scheduled before and there are no emergency situations when it comes to skin surgeries
They are not called up for any emergencies unless there is a case of fire victim or accident victim
They can have good work and life balance
On a typical day the dermatologists spend time in administrative works in hospitals and nursing homes
The dermatologists can earn better in clinics when compared to hospitals
They become busy only in case of skin and cosmetic surgeries
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There are many subspecialties under the dermatology field. The dermatologists can choose their desired specialisations. The chosen specialisations determine the work and scope of the job for dermatologists.
Some of the subspecialties under MD Dermatology are:
Paediatric Dermatology: As the name indicates, this refers to treatment of skin diseases in children. The Paediatric Dermatologists are specialised professionals who have specific skills related to the medical treatments of skin disease in children. Children are more prone to skin diseases as they spend the majority of time outside the house. So, there is a fair amount of scope for paediatric dermatologists.
Salary and Emoluments: The Paediatric Dermatologists earn a handsome salary of around 12 lakhs to 15 lakhs per annum.
Cutaneous Allergy and Immunologists (Dermatology): The Cutaneous Allergy and Immunology (Dermatology) specialists are responsible to provide accurate treatments for accurate allergic conditions. They have the knowledge of specific allergens that cause specific allergy to the skin of patients. The increased pollution and changed food habits has decreased the immunity in people. This has resulted in making them susceptible to different allergens. There is a good demand for such professionals in both India and abroad.
Salary & Emoluments: The Cutaneous allergy and immunology (Dermatology) specialists will easily earn around 10 lakhs to 12 lakhs per annum.
Cosmetic Surgeon: The Cosmetic Surgeons perform surgeries like facial reconstruction, fingers and toes joining, treating of amputation of legs, extended parts of body, Nose reconstruction, maxillofacial reconstruction etc. The demand for cosmetic surgeons has increased in recent years due to the advancement of medical technologies.
Salary & Emoluments: The Cosmetic Surgeons will be earning easily around 12 lakhs to 15 lakhs per annum.