Doctorate of Medicine (MD) in Anatomy is a 3- year full- time program, essentially about the structure of the human body. The course primarily covers subjects such as gross and regional anatomy, anthropology, myology, osteology, systematic anatomy, Neuroanatomy, applied and clinical anatomy, general and systematic embryology, comparative embryology, principles of genetics, general histology, histology of organs and structure, staining techniques, outline of evaluation, comparative anatomy, physical anthropology, radiological anatomy, surface anatomy, and surface marketing of human body, including all descriptions and communications about the body. Anatomists work alone or as part of a team. Anatomists who teach should be able to explain complex concepts in simple terms. Those into research need to be precise and careful. Students are trained on an advanced level on the structure of the human body from the gross to the molecular level, and on the basic principles of normal human growth.
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Tabulated below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Duration||3 years (Full time)|
|Eligibility||Bachelor’s degree in M.B.B.S or equivalent qualification|
|Admission Process||Entrance test or direct admission in some cases|
|Course Fee||INR 9,000 to 2,50,000|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 1,00,000 to 8,00,000|
Compiled here is a list of the top institutes in India offering the course along with their respective locations and fees charged by each.
|Name of Institute||City||Average Annual Fees|
|AJ Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre||Mangalore||INR 46,000|
|AI Ameen Medical College||Bijapur||INR 39,250|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences||Delhi||INR 5,011|
|Andhra Medical College||Vishakhapatnam||INR 2,50,000|
|Armed Forces Medical College||Pune||INR 10,000|
|Assam Medical College||Assam||INR 28,000|
|B J Medical College||Pune||INR 9,000|
|Bangalore Medical College||Bangalore||INR 83,500|
Typically, to pursue an MD degree, candidates need to satisfy the eligibility criteria mentioned below:
Candidates in possession of an MBBS degree or Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate recognized by the Indian Medical Council Act 1956, besides a permanent or provisional registration certificate of MBBS qualification issued by the Medical Council of India or State Medical Council and having completed 1 year of internship or/ are likely to complete the internship on or before 31st March or 31st April of the relevant year, may apply for NEET-PG through the online application system.
Admission to MD in Anatomy is based on a national level entrance examination- National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) PG- which is a single window entrance examination to MD/MS/PG diploma courses in medicine in India. Candidates who have secured the qualifying percentile for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) are eligible.
NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST (NEET)PG – NEET PG is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination, conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), for admission to MS/MD and PG Diploma courses in India in Medical/ Dental Colleges running with the approval of the Medical Council of India/ Dental Council of India. The exam fee for NEET-PG is INR 3, 750 for general candidates and INR 2, 750 for SC/ST/PWD/PH candidates. The examination is a computer based test 300 multiple choice questions exam delivered on computer based platform (CBT). The syllabus for the exam comprises of subjects/knowledge areas as per the Graduate Medical Education Regulations issued by Medical Council of India. The NEET PG is conducted in the month of December and the result is declared in January. Online registration begins in September and is open until October.
This course is appropriate for postgraduate students, including pre-medical and pre-allied health students, seeking to gain a better appreciation of the anatomical/ functional mechanisms of the human body. Students are needed to attend daily clinical lectures, including practical sessions of cadaver dissections of the entire body, except head and neck. In addition, imaging techniques including CT scans, MRI, and X-ray radiography are employed to developing in students a physician's perspective of the structure of the human body. The goal of this course is to train students with a better understanding of the human body in terms of health and disease. The course encompasses student presentations, discussion groups, online research sessions, demonstrations with models, in addition to lectures and dissection. The course is also useful for students already accepted into the first year of medical school, for making their first year in medical school less stressful.
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PAPER I General: Anatomy
|Tissues of the body|
|Muscle & Fascia|
|Principles governing arterial, venous and lymphatic pathways|
|Innervations of blood vessels|
|Detailed gross anatomy of the human body, including cross sectional anatomy, anatomical basis of clinical conditions|
|Embalming and museum techniques|
|Principles involved in plain radiography|
|Special investigative procedures and newer imaging techniques such as ultrasound, C-T scans, M.R.I, PET|
PAPER II: Embryology
|Special embryology of all the systems of the body including variations and congenital anomalies|
|Structures of chromosomes|
|Structure of genes|
|Basic molecular genetics|
|Common genetic disorders|
|Histological and museum techniques|
|Microscopes all types|
|Care and maintenance of light microscope|
|Special histology of the systems of the body including their electron microscopic appearance|
|Preparation and processing of tissue for histological study|
PAPER III: Neuroanatomy
|Structural organization of various parts of nervous system with particular reference to their connections and functions|
|Localization and effect of lesions in different parts of the central nervous system and nerve injuries|
|Cross section of brain at various levels|
|Ventricles of brain|
|Cranial nerves, connections, functions and distributions|
|PAPER IV: Applied anatomy including radio anatomy and recent advances|
|Applied aspects of human anatomy including surgical approaches to various structures and organs|
|Principles of newer imaging techniques|
|Determination of age, sex and race from skeletal remains|
|Determination of age of a living individual|
|Application of anatomical knowledge in fertility control|
|Immunological basis of tissue typing and organ transplant|
|Principles and interpretation of CT Scan, Sonographer and M.R.I.|
|Recent advances in medical sciences.|
|Embalming techniques including medico-legal aspects|
The course employs educational methods and techniques in training medical students and paramedical workers and demonstrates adequate managerial skills for building effective leaders for teams engaged in teaching and research.
The course provides an advanced insight into the critical periods of human growth and development as well as ontology of all the organ systems of the body.
Anatomy opens doors to lucrative career avenues in various health care fields, such as optometry, chiropractic, and medicine etc. successful post-graduates of anatomy and physiology may also opt for teaching jobs in universities/ colleges.
They are hired in positions such as Operating Room Technician, Allergist, Genetic Counsellor, Physician Assistant, Acupuncturist, Urologist, Cardiologist, etc.
|Job Position||Job Description||Average Annual Salary|
|Anatomy Reader||Anatomy Readers are responsible for implementing different methods for students with various educational backgrounds. They develop and implement research strategies in a certain field, participating and coordinating in research activities.||INR 6,00,000 to 6,5,000 P.A.|
|Medical Coder||Medical Coders are responsible for correctly coding healthcare claims in order to obtain reimbursements from insurance companies and government healthcare programs, such as Medicare. Completion of a certificate or associate's degree program in medical coding or a related field is typically required.||INR 2,53,000 to 3,23,000 P.A.|
|Lecturer||Lecturers are responsible for teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels in areas allocated by the higher authorities, carrying out research and producing publications, or other research outputs, in line with personal objectives agreed in staff review processes.||INR 3,10,000 to 3,60,000 P.A.|
|Team Leader||Team Leaders are responsible for providing directions, instructions, and guidance to a group or individuals, who can also be named as a team for purpose of achieving a certain goal. They also serve various other roles in an organization.||INR 7,02,000 to 7,56,000 P.A.|
|Configuration Analyst||Configuration Analysts are responsible for developing and maintaining software and other technological aspects of a corporation. Although every Configuration Analyst works with different sets of tools and equipment depending on the company and industry, the general duties are the same.||INR 1,20,000 to to 2,00,000 P.A.|
|Proof Reader||Proof Readers are responsible for reading copies and transcripts and checking them to make sure there are no spelling, grammatical, or typographical errors. They work for publishers, newspapers and other places that rely on perfect print- grammar.||INR 4,00,000 to 4,63,000 P.A.|
Graduation and a bachelors degree in Medicine (MBBS) from any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India. A Relaxation of 5% aggregate is there for SC/ST candidates.
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