MRCS (Member of Royal College of Surgeons)
The MRCS is the internationally recognised postgraduate qualification in surgery. The MRCS validates the skills and attributes of the surgeons and justifies that the doctor is capable of performing surgeries across the globe.
The MRCS can be done in specific areas of medical specialisations and the surgeons can get qualified in a specific medical area.
MRCS course details
Mode of Admission
The Candidate must have MBBS degree with MCI license and 1 year of experience
Rs. 10,00,000 to Rs. 15,00,000 per annum
Merit- College will be inviting the Application, Interested candidates can apply once the applications are open. Management- Students looking for Management seats can go for Direct Admission.
Placement of MRCS
The MRCS doctors are considered as the most qualified and capable to perform surgeries in their chosen medical specialisations. The MRCS professionals are highly paid and hired in multi-speciality hospitals, nursing homes, government and private hospitals.
They can start their own clinics and start individual practices. If they are interested in teaching, they can join medical colleges as professors for handsome salaries.
Some of the career roles after MRCS are:
Top Recruiters for MRCS students
Some of the recruiters hiring MRCS professionals are:
Columbia Asia Hospitals
The MRCS professionals are hired in Multi-Speciality hospitals, government and private hospitals, medical colleges etc
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Karnataka Educational Awards 2018
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DNB for foreign PG Doctors
As per the new proposed decision by the Board of Governors of the Medical
Council of India (BoG of MCI), Indian origin doctors who took their post
graduation from abroad can equate their PG degree to DNB by taking the DNB
exam directly and skipping the 3 year training. Read more...
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