Master of Surgery [MS] (E.N.T.) - Course Overview

  • STREAM

    MEDICAL

  • DURATION

    2 YEARS

  • COURSE

    E.N.T

  • COURSE TYPE

    Post Graduation

    Master of Surgery in ENT Top Colleges, Syllabus, Scope and Salary

    Pranjal Singhal Pranjal Singhal
    Content Curator

    MS in ENT is a 3- year postgraduate course in medicine pursued upon completion of MBBS with a 1-year internship.

    Otolaryngology or ENT (ear, nose and throat) is a division of medicine which involves the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose and throat disorders. Subjects studied as part of this course are Anatomy and Physiology of the ear, nose, and throat, Pathophysiology of common disorders of the ear, nose and throat, and research-based evidence generation.

    Admission to the course is based on the candidate’s test score, academic profile, and performance in the round of interview. The mode of admission is a relevant entrance examination carried out at the university level. The average tuition fee charged for the course in India ranges between INR 10,000 and 16 Lacs for the full course.

    Successful postgraduates of the course are hired in roles such as Teaching/Research Assistant, ENT Specialist, Sr. Medical Coder, Medical Scientist and Research Assistant.

    Such graduates can find lucrative employment opportunities in universities, hospitals, clinics, government organisations, and research organisations with an average starting salary ranging between INR 2 and 30 Lacs per year, increasing with experience in the field.

    MS in ENT: Course Highlights

    Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course.

    Course LevelPost Graduate
    Duration3 years
    Examination TypeAnnual
    Eligibility10+2, MBBS from a recognized university
    Admission ProcessBased on counselling after qualification of entrance tests (AIIMS, NEET, etc.)
    Course FeeINR 10,000 to 16 Lacs (course)
    Average Starting salaryINR 2 to 30 Lacs p.a.
    Top recruiting companiesApollo Hospital, Ganga Hospital, UPSC, AIIMS, etc.

    MS in ENT: Who should opt?

    Candidates applying for the course would ideally have the following skills:

    • good memory and retention
    • service mentality, stamina, patience
    • advanced concentration
    • emotional stability
    • logical and analytical mind
    • decision-making

    MS in ENT: What is it About?

    This surgical specialization involves the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, throat, and head and neck disorders. Such professionals are called Otorhinolaryngologists, Otolaryngologists, ENT doctors, ENT surgeons, or head and neck surgeons.

    Enrolled students are trained by means of technical theories and practical lab sessions relevant to the discipline, besides the coverage of a comprehensive syllabus and rotational postings in Oral-Maxilla-facial Surgery, Neuron-surgery, and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, as well as a research project in the field of Otorhinolaryngology.

    Successful pursuance of the course trains students in treating infections, disorders (hereditary & acquired) and allergies relating to the ear, nose and throat. These specialists are also trained in performing surgeries on the face and the larynx (voice box) to help clear hearing problems, as also cosmetic surgeries, like chin augmentation and hair transplantation.

    Otalaryngologists also treat cases of laryngomalacia, throat and thyroid cancer, hereditary disorders, sinus infections, and swallowing disorders. They counsel patients undergoing treatment, and long and complex surgeries. ENT problems are more frequent in children and infants, and therefore a super specialization in paediatric ENT is a specialized discipline much pursued too.

    Specializations in ENT include the following areas:

    • Otology,
    • Head Neck Surgery,
    • Facial Plastic Surgery,
    • Neurotology or Surgery of the skull base,
    • Surgery of the Thyroid,
    • Surgical removal of Tonsils/ Adenoid and
    • Pediatric ENT.

    Mastoidectomy and Stapedectomy are also part of ENT training. DNB and MCH (Oncology) programs are super specialization ENT courses for specialists.

    Sub-specialization for such graduates are available in any one of the major such organs.

    Top Institutes offering MS in ENT

    Listed below are some of the top institutes offering the course in the country with the corresponding locations and fees charged by each:

    Name of InstituteCity Average Fees
    JIPMERDelhiINR 3,000 (course)
    AIIMSDelhiINR 10,000 (course)
    PGIMERMaharastraINR 4,000 (course)
    Kasturba Medical CollegeUdipiINR15 Lakh(course)
    Dayanand Medical College and hospitalLudhianaINR 18 Lakh (course)
    M. N. Institute of Medical Science and research HaryanaINR 14 Lakh(course)

    Eligibility for MS in ENT

    As a minimum criterion of eligibility, students aspiring to pursue the course need to have completed:

    • 10+2 education with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics as main subjects.
    • MBBS from a recognized university.
    • A compulsory 1-year rotating internship.

    MS in ENT: Admission Process

    The admission process for the course is varied, as various institutes have their very own criteria and processes of admission. Admission to the course is often based on the candidate’s obtained merit at the level of MBBS, and sometimes, on the candidate’s performance in a relevant entrance exam, followed by a round of counselling, based on performance in which, students are admitted.
    some such entrance exams conducted in the country are listed here.

    • JIPMER
    • AIIMS
    • CMC Vellore
    • COMEDK PGET
    • JIPMER PG Exam
    • NEET PG Exam
    • AIIMS PG Exam
    • AIPGMEE (All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination)

    MS in ENT: Syllabus and Course Description

    Given here is a division of the theoretical and practical components of the course.

    Theory

    Basic Sciences
    Ear
    Audiology
    Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
    Oral cavity
    Pharynx and esophagus
    Larynx and tracheobronchial tree
    Skull base
    Neck
    Imaging and Radiology
    Basic immunology
    Microbiology as related to ENT
    Wound healing principle
    Intensive care in ENT patients
    Anesthesia in ENT
    Biomaterials used in ENT
    Medical negligence in otolaryngology
    Principle of chemotherapy
    Principle of radiotherapy
    Principle and use of nuclear medicine
    Principles of laser surgery
    Medical/Surgical Management
    Ear
    Nose and paranasal sinuses
    Oral cavity and Salivary Glands
    Pharynx and Esophagus
    Larynx
    Neck /Face
    Pediatrics Otolaryngology

    Practical Work:

    History taking pertaining to Otolaryngology and examination
    Neck examination
    Nasal endoscopy
    Monitoring skills
    Therapeutic skills
    Diagnostic skills

    MS in ENT: Career Prospects

    Besides practice in government and private organizations, private practice, and research, such professionals can also pursue teaching in universities and colleges.

    ENT Specialists also examine medical and surgical disorders of the ear, nose and throat, assist eye surgeons, neurosurgeons and general surgeons in complex cases, check on progress of patients, perform surgeries on voice box and face, and treat hearing disorders.

    Some of the popular professional avenues open to such postgraduates are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.

    Master of Surgery [MS] in ENT
    Job ProfileJob DescriptionAverage Salary in INR per year
    ENT SpecialistENT Specialists diagnose and treat conditions that involve the ears, nose, throat, head, and neck. They teat balance and hearing problems, respiratory infections, and thyroid problems.4 to 12 Lacs
    ENT AssistantThey have teaching, service, and scholarship responsibilities with primary teaching opportunities in areas such as Kinesiology, Anatomy, Cardiovascular/Pulmonary, Paediatric.3 to 7 Lacs
    Medical ScientistA Medical Scientist's job is to discover new methods of enhancing human health by means of research and deductions.5 to 7 Lacs
    Research AssistantResearch Assistants use multiple streams of data to find information. By using legal documents, published research papers and internet, information is collected.3 to 5 Lacs
    OtolaryngologistThey examine patients' ear, nose, throat, sinuses, larynx, and general head and neck-related disorders. They perform head and neck surgeries for a variety of conditions, and provide treatment plans for conditions as varied as hearing loss, allergies, cancer, and disorders of taste and smell. 3 to 15 Lacs

    Master of Surgery [MS] (E.N.T.) Fee Structure in India


    2.11 K (Minimum Fee)PUBLIC COLLEGES85.8 L (Maximum Fee)
    17.89 L (Average Fee)
    40.8 K (Minimum Fee)PRIVATE COLLEGES1.65 CR (Maximum Fee)
    48.78 L (Average Fee)

    Master of Surgery [MS] (E.N.T.) Fee Structure by State


    Karnataka

    1.11 LPUBLIC COLLEGES85.8 L
    42.89 L
    3 LPRIVATE COLLEGES1.65 CR
    52.98 L

    Maharashtra

    2.11 LPUBLIC COLLEGES76.4 L
    30.84 L
    2.15 LPRIVATE COLLEGES88.2 L
    49.2 L

    Tamil Nadu

    78.3 KPUBLIC COLLEGES75.4 L
    18.67 L
    40.8 KPRIVATE COLLEGES1.05 CR
    58.1 L

    Rajasthan

    5.89 KPUBLIC COLLEGES95.7 K
    24.77 K
    44.85 LPRIVATE COLLEGES75 L
    61.65 L

    Uttar Pradesh

    90 KPUBLIC COLLEGES1.12 L
    1.03 L
    60 LPRIVATE COLLEGES96 L
    72.75 L

    Andhra Pradesh

    33 KPUBLIC COLLEGES10.8 L
    5.57 L
    75 KPRIVATE COLLEGES82.62 L
    27.8 L

    Gujarat

    9 KPUBLIC COLLEGES54.25 L
    14.33 L
    17.79 LPRIVATE COLLEGES43.89 L
    31.92 L

    Delhi NCR

    49.8 KPUBLIC COLLEGES71.86 K
    60.33 K
    63.61 LPRIVATE COLLEGES96 L
    80.4 L

    Kerala

    1.5 LPUBLIC COLLEGES2.01 L
    1.75 L
    1.53 LPRIVATE COLLEGES60.3 L
    36.46 L

    Orissa

    94.1 KPUBLIC COLLEGES54.75 L
    27.85 L
    15 LPRIVATE COLLEGES59.4 L
    43.05 L

    Madhya Pradesh

    2.11 KPUBLIC COLLEGES16.8 L
    5.94 L
    34.65 LPRIVATE COLLEGES57.52 L
    49.89 L

    Punjab

    2.3 LPUBLIC COLLEGES4.5 L
    3.4 L
    19.5 LPRIVATE COLLEGES50.17 L
    33.26 L

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