Study MS (General Surgery)
A post-graduate program in the field of surgery that lasts for three years and awards a Master of Surgery in General Surgery or MS General Surgery degree. Candidates pursuing careers as surgeons in India must complete this programme. A degree in MBBS and an internship lasting at least one year are the bare minimum for admission to the MS General Surgery program.
The topics that are covered in the Master of Science in General Surgery program include:
- Neurosurgery; ENT Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Orthopaedic Surgery
- Ophthalmology and Cardiovascular Surgery; all of which are related to General Surgery
- Recent Advances in General Surgery
- Basic Medical Sciences as they relate to General Surgery
MS General Surgery encompasses several subspecialties, each tailored to a particular aspect of human anatomy. Candidates will be able to understand the various diseases affecting different parts of the human body and the surgical procedures that can be used to treat those diseases if they participate in a program specializing in those areas. In addition, candidates interested in becoming surgeons can develop the skills necessary for the profession through participation in this programme.
Scope in MS (General Surgery)
The scope of General Surgery is broad. Multiple hospitals and medical institutes are presently under construction as a direct response to the growing number of health concerns. In addition, for the system's efficient operation, highly qualified medical professionals, such as general surgeons, are currently being sought out in India and elsewhere.
Career Options in MS (General Surgery)
The medical industry is one of the most lucrative as well as critical industries in the world. The following table provides an overview of the job opportunities available to those with a Master of Surgery (General Surgery) degree:
- Endocrine Surgeon
- Vascular Surgeon
- Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon
Programme offered at
- GITAM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, GIMSR Campus
Duration of the programme
- 3 Years