What is MS?
- MS stands for Master of Surgery; it is a three-year postgraduate program.
- It is specifically designed for candidates to have a broad understanding and skill set in
- Candidates pursuing an MS degree will not only learn about high-quality health care but also how
to further the cause of science and medicine by conducting more research and training.
- The Master of Surgery program provides all of the necessary scientific knowledge to become a
surgeon in their chosen field.
- The MS degree program entails learning about prevalent ailments, as well as the research and
methods for diagnosing and treating them.
Who is eligible for MS?
- A valid score in the NEET PG exam
- Some colleges like JIPMER and AIIMS have their procedures, which do not require you to show the
score of the NEET PG exam, they have their own exams to get admission in those colleges.
- The basic criteria include age limit, academic qualification, and internship requirements.
While completing the Post Graduate Degree, candidates can choose the Specialization and the Course
they want to study, Following are the Specializations you can do while opting for Master of Surgery.
- ENT (Ears, nose, and throat)
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
- General Surgery
- Traumatology & Surgery
Entrance Exams for MS
To get admission to any of the above Medical Specialization Course, you are required to pass an
entrance exam; there are various exams to choose from. They are as follows,
NEET PG (National
Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test Postgraduate)
AIIMS PG (All India Institute of
Medical Sciences Post Graduate)
PGIMER (Postgraduate Institute of
Medical Education and Research)
JIPMER PG (Jawaharlal Institute of
Postgraduate Medical Education and Research Post Graduate)