9372261584@Direct admission for MD TB & CHEST / MD in Pulmonary Medicine  in Top colleges of India

9372261584@Direct admission for MD TB & CHEST / MD in Pulmonary Medicine in Top colleges of India

MD in Tuberculosis & Respiratory Medicine is a speciality in medicine which deals with respiratory tract diseases, it is a three-year postgraduate program designed to train the next generation of clinical practitioners in pulmonary and critical care medicine. MD in TB & chest in INDIA is also called as MD in respiratory medicine or MD in Pulmonary Medicine. The program aims to prepare students in internal medicine specializing primarily in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the lungs, bronchial tubes, and respiratory system including the nose, pharynx, and throat. 

The course is a combination of the study’s theoretical and practical elements. MD in Tuberculosis & Respiratory Medicine’s goal is to produce competent medical doctors who understand patients with chest problems ‘ health needs. Such graduates can find lucrative jobs in universities, hospitals, clinics, governmental organizations and research organizations. 

Applicants with an MBBS degree from a recognized institute who have permanently registered with India’s Medical Council or any other State Medical Council are eligible for this course.

MD TB CHEST ELIGIBILITY & COURSE DURATION: – MD Chest &TB is a 3 years Post Graduation Course which includes core clinical training and theoretical studies .to apply for this course an Applicant must have permanent or provisional MCI registered MBBS degree along with a 1-year rotational internship, however a student who is continuing with the internship can also participate (*the internship should be complete before the commencement of the academic year).

MD TB & CHEST ADMISSION PROCESS:– The applicant who has an interest in studying  MD in Chest medicine has to appear for NEET PG Medical exam conducted by NBE in January every year. The admission the process will start after student/aspirants qualify NEET-PG with required cutoff percentile in individual category i.e. for general 50th percentile and 40th percentile for SC, ST and OBC, further the applicant has to appear for NEET-PG counselling conducted by MCC and respective state DME’s (director medical education), the important point the student has to consider before choice filling in the PG Medical counselling is colleges and their fees and their NEET-PG cutoff for MD Chest & Tuberculosis. The PG choice has to  be done carefully on the basis of appropriate quota and category, the seats for MD respiratory medicine or MD in Pulmonary medicine are available under All India Quota , Management quota and NRI quota.