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Master of Surgery (MS) Orthopedics

in Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute (BMCRI), Bangalore

₹100000 per year/ sem
Overview
Stream

Medical

Medium

English

Duration

3 Years

Modes

Full Time

Course detail and Structure

Master of Surgery (MS) Orthopaedics is a 3-year postgraduate program in Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute. The course offers knowledge to the students advanced learning to assess and manage surgical patients in the elective, urgent, and emergency clinical settings. An orthopaedic surgeon treats dislocations and fractures, tendon injuries, pulled muscles, arthritis and osteoporosis, bone unequal leg lengths, disorders of joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves and skin and spinal injuries.

Fees Details
* Fees are subjective to change based on various factors
College Fee

3-Years Full Term

Per Year

₹100000/-

Eligibility
Stream

Minimum Eligibility to Apply

Master of Surgery (M.S.) Orthopaedics

Candidates should have obtained an MBBS Degree Pass in a college recognised by the MCI and Government of India and must be affiliated to any University established by the law in India and completed rotatory internship on or before 30 April of the year of admission.

Placement and Career

The students are given all the training as per industry standards. They are offered internships and job opportunities in top hospitals

Salary Trends

0-2 Years

Rs. 15,23,753

* Salary Trends are subjective to change based on various factors
Job wise Analysis
Job profile

Job description

Average salary

Orthopedic Surgeon

Orthopedic surgeons work with the musculoskeletal system of a human body, example, bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. They address trauma, tumors, injuries, infections and other conditions requiring surgical intervention.

Rs. 15,23,753

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