DM in Accident and Emergency Medicine is a 3-year doctorate level program that deals with medical assistance in regards to immediate cases that is where quick medication and rehabilitation is required. The eligibility criteria for admission into DM (Accident and Emergency Medicine) course is MD (Post graduation) from a Medical Council of India (MCI) recognized university with a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate (45%-50% marks in case of SC/ST candidates). Apart from this candidate applying for institutes like AIIMS, JIPMER would have to qualify the respective entrance exam in order to be eligible for admission.
Some of the institutes offering the course in India are:
The tuition fee for 3 year DM (Accident and Emergency Medicine) course ranges from INR 12,000 to 6.5 Lacs in India. The variation in fee is based on the location and nature of university (that is government, state/private/deemed etc.).
The course structure is designed in a manner so, as to impart knowledge and skills that a practicing doctor would require while handling emergency and accident cases which require quick reaction and response.The functional area of study deals with the treatment and medication of human body that is under the influence of biological attack like attack heart attack or had suffered injuries due to accidents.
DM in Accident and Emergency Medicine pass out student can be employed in various health establishments across the country as well as abroad. One can also choose to go for self-employment in face of private clinics and hospitals; however, this would require one to gain some experience as a medical practitioner. Candidates who complete their doctorate in the domain successfully can expect a salary in the range of INR 22,000 to 26,000. Apart from that candidate can also go on to join clinics and hospitals in government establishments.
|Examination Type||Year wise|
|Eligibility||MD with 55%(relaxable for reserved category candidates) marks in aggregate from an MCI recognized University|
|Admission Process||Merit-based/ Entrance test|
|Course Fee||INR 12000 to 6,50,000|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 22,000 to 26,000|
|Top Recruiting Companies||Fortis, Apollo, Vedanta, Max Hospitals, Government healthcare establishments, Jaypee healthcare|
|Job Positions||Medical officer, Emergency medicine expert, Residential medical doctor, Attending Consultant|
Accidents or medical emergency like heart attacks, paralysis attack, choking of windpipe etc are situations which require an immediate and quick response from the side of medical attendants/doctors. Under such circumstances, a trained and skilled medical professional is what that is required to handle the situation in an effective manner.
A doctorate program in Accident and Emergency Medicine aims at equipping candidates with prevention, diagnosis, quick management, and rehabilitation related skills and knowledge that are attached to the treatment of the patient under such circumstances.
The structure of the course is designed and crafted with the aim of preparing the students in regards to the real-life challenges that would come in their way while practicing medicine in the practical world.
Doctorate of Medicine course in Accident and Emergency Medicine is offered by a good number of colleges across the country to candidates who have passed their MD (Post graduation) final year examination from an MCI recognized state or central University.
For your reference, we have tabled down a list of various colleges/universities that are offering this course in India.
|Name of Institute||City||Average Fees per annum basis (Approx)|
|Dr.DY Patil Medical College||Pune||INR 1,900,00|
|Government Medical College||Vadodara||INR 19,000|
|Narayana Medical College||Nellore||INR 1,25,000|
|PES Institute of Medical Sciences and Research||Kuppam||INR 319, 725|
|Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences||Tirupati||INR 114,667|
|SS Institute of Medical Science and Research Centre||Davanagere||INR 5,00,000|
|St. John’s Medical College||Bangalore||INR 491,880|
|VMKVMCH||Salem||INR 3, 50,000|
|Vinayaka Missions University||Salem||INR 2, 50,000|
The minimum eligibility criterion for admission to the course is listed below for the reference of the candidates who are interested in pursuing the course.
Admissions to the course are based on the common entrance test based procedure as well as a separate entrance exam conducted by respective medical college/university. Some national medical colleges like AIIMS and JIPMER conduct a separate entrance exam for admissions into Doctorate of Medicine (DM) course.
Some of the prominent exams for admission into DM (Accident and Emergency Medicine) course are:
The course syllabus is divided into an annual system of exams spread over a span of three years. The syllabus of the course is divided into various subjects and practical modules that students are taught during the course of their doctorate. The syllabus covers all the aspects related to Accident and Emergency related Medication so as to provide a holistic understanding of the domain to the doctorate students.
The details regarding the syllabus of the course are mentioned below so as to provide a reference to the candidates.
|Year I||Year II||Year III|
|Physiology||Major of Soft tissue trauma||Abdominal disorders|
|Pathology and Pharmacology||Principles of Emergency care||Gastrointestinal disorders|
|Cardiorespiratory and medical emergencies||Urogenital disorders||Environment emergencies|
|Surgical emergencies||Manipulative skills||Physician Interpersonal skills|
|Obstetrics Emergencies||Dermatological disorders||Administration and management|
|Ophthalmic emergencies||Pediatric disorder||Psychobehavioral disorders|
|Toxicological Emergencies||Neurological disorder||Thesis submission|
Doctorate in Accident and Emergency related Medication pass out can be employed in a host of positions like a Medical officer, Emergency medicine expert, Residential medical doctor, Attending Consultant etc.
There are plenty of opportunities for candidates in government sector as well. Candidates can apply for services in government hospitals, primary, secondary, and tertiary health care centers. Defence forces also recruit Doctors for Armed forces medical services where they are expected to deliver their services to the armed forces of the country.
Candidates can also apply for government opportunities exam conducted by UPSC. The exam offers an opportunity to serve as a Medical officer in the various central government headed health institutions.
Those specializing in this field are required in areas such as laboratories, pharmaceuticals, surgery, etc.
Some of the popular professional avenues open to doctorate pass outs are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.
|Job Position||Job Description||Average Annual Pay Scale in INR|
|Emergency medicine expert||The job deals with the providing therapeutic care to patients who are under the influence of any emergency condition.||INR 3-3.5 Lacs|
|Attending Medical Consultant||The job involves periodic visits to the hospital or clinic for checkups, surgery or consultation.||INR 3.65 to 4.45 Lacs|
|Surgeon||The job involves one to take up surgeries on the human body so as to provide therapeutic relief from the effect of accident or emergency.||INR 3.90 to 4.50 Lacs|
|Residential doctor||The job involves practicing of medicine under the supervision or guidance of any senior medical practitioner.||INR 2.9 to 3.8 Lacs|
|Chief Medical In charge||Work profile involves the person to be in a senior role. He/she is placed as a head of any health establishment. Co-ordination among officials and ensuring smooth conduct of process are the key responsibilities entrusted to a medical in charge.||INR 4.85 to 5.65 Lacs|
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