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Infomation Bulletin of FMGE Sample View

Posted: May 5, 2012 in FMGE
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NATIONAL BOARD OF EXAMINATIONS

(Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India)

Mahatma Gandhi Marg (Ring Road)

Post Box No. 4931, Ansari Nagar,

New Delhi– 110 029

Telephone : 26589517

FOREIGN MEDICAL QUALIFICATIONS

The Government of India has entrusted the conduct of Screening Test for the Indian National candidates, who have undergone training abroad, to the National Board of Examinations. The purpose of the screening test is to enable the candidates to registered with the Medical Council of India or any State Medical Council and qualifying the same shall not confer any other right, whatsoever, on a candidate.

 The examination shall be held in March and September every year. The language of the test shall be English and examination will be an objective Type Test (MCQ – single response answer)

 This booklet contains the details of the eligibility criteria, fee, examination centers, declaration of results etc. that will facilitate the candidates to know full details about the test.

 PLEASE READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY

 INCOMPLETE APPLICATION WILL BE REJECTED AND NO CORRESPONDENCE WILL BE ENTERTAINED IN THIS REGARD. 

IMPORTANT

1.   INSTRUCTIONS IN THE BOOKLET ARE LIABLE TO CHANGES BASED ON DECISIONS TAKEN BY THE BOARD FROM TIME TO TIME. CANDIDATES ARE REQUESTED TO REFER TO THE LATEST BULLETIN OR CORRIGENDUM THAT MAY BE ISSUED TO INCORPORATE THESE CHANGES.

2.   FEES ONCE PAID WILL NEITHER BE CARRIED FORWARD TO A FUTURE DATE NOR BE REFUNDED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

3.   APPLICATIONS FOR CANDIDATES PRODUCING FALSE OR FABRICATED RECORDS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED AND WILL BE FURTHER DEBARRED FROM APPEARING IN THE FUTURE EXAMINATION OF THE BOARD. LEGAL ACTION SHALL BE TAKEN IF FALSE OR FABRICATED RECORDS ARE SUBMITTED.

4.   ROLL NUMBERS / RESULTS CAN BE SEEN AT THE WEBSITE www.natboard.nic.in)

5.   ONLY ROLL NOS. & RESULT OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE COMMUNICATED INDIVIDUALLY.

6.   ROLL NUMBER CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE WEBSITE AND QUOTED ONLY WHEN NOT RECEIVED BY POST IN TIME.

7.   APPEARANCE OR SUCCESS IN THE SCREENING TEST DOES NOT CONFER ANY RIGHT WHATSOEVER ON A CANDIDATE.

8.   REGISTRATION OF FMG BY THE MCI /STATE MEDICAL COUNCIL IS SUBJECT TO FULFILLMENT OF MCI /STATE MEDICAL COUNCIL CRITERIA.  SEE ANNEXURE ‘A’.

9.   UNDERTAKING BY CANDIDATE AS PER ANNEXURE ‘B’ HAS TO BE SUBMITTED WITH APPLICATION FORM.

1.   ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA 

No person shall be allowed to appear in the screening test unless:

i)     He / She is a citizen ofIndia.

ii)    Possesses any primary medical qualifications.

iii)   He / She had obtained “Eligibility Certificate’ from the Medical Council of India (applicable only in respect to students who took admission abroad on or after 15.03.2002). This requirement shall not be necessary in respect of Indian citizens who have obtained admission in foreign medical institute before15th March 2002.

iv)   All students who have taken admission abroad prior to 15.03.2002 and are required to qualify the Screening Test for their registration, shall be allowed to appear in the Screening Test even if they do not meet the minimum admission norms of MCI for joining undergraduate medical course provided they were admitted to foreign institutions recognized by MCI as per Supreme Court judgment on 8th March 2002 in Civil Appeal no. 2779 of 2000. From 15.03.2002 and onwards all students are required to obtain an Eligibility Certificate from MCI before proceeding abroad for studies in Medicine. No other student will be entitled for any relaxation.

v)    Refer MCI Instructions in this regard. Annexure ‘A’

2.   GENERAL INFORMATION

 i)         The Examination is held twice a year atNew Delhi

ii)        The language of the test shall be English.

iii)       The exam will consist of one paper

iv)       There will be 300 multiple choice questions (MCQ) of single response type in the paper (Divided in two settings of 150 questions each)

v)        There will be NO negative marking.

vi)       A candidate shall be declared as having passed only if he/she obtains a minimum of 50% of marks in the paper

vii)     List of candidates successful in the Screening Test will be displayed on the website and office of NBE.  Successful candidates will also be communicated by post individually.

viii)    The candidates who qualify the Screening Test may apply to the Secretary, Medical Council of India,New Delhior to any State Medical Council for provisional registration / permanent registration.

ix)       There is no restrictions on number of attempts  that can be availed by a candidate.

 3.     FEE STRUCTURE 

Form fee                       Rs. 500/- or 10US $

Examination fee          Rs. 3000/- or 60 US$ (within last date)

Late fee                        Rs. 500/- (after last date)

 Bank Draft should be in favor of “National Board of Examinations” payable at New Delhi.               

 4.   EXAMINATION CENTRE

 Delhi

Venue: To be notified later.

Candidates to make own arrangements for Travel /lodging etc.

5.   VERIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS / CREDENTIALS

 Candidates are required to submit attested (self attested and by Gazetted Officer) copies of

i)         DOB (Class Xth certificate)

ii)        10+2 passing certificate

iii)       10+2 mark sheet

iv)       Primary Medical Qualification

v)        Internship Certificate (if done abroad)

vi)       Eligibility Certificate issued by MCI (if available)

vii)     Translated copies (in English /Hindi) to be furnished if the certificates are in language other than English /Hindi.

6.   INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE APPLICATION FORM

 i)     Write in capital letters only and tick the required information in the boxes wherever provided.

ii)    Please note that your name your father’s name, and your date of birth should be exactly the same as in your High School or your first Board/University examination Certificate.

iii)   A total of 4 copies of recent passport size photograph of the applicant are required (for application form, admit card, attendance sheet & result).  The photos must bear name plate on chest.

iv)   Application form must be signed by the candidate. Without signature application form would not be considered.

v)    The candidate is directed to give the postal address in capital letters with pin code number

7.   ADMIT CARDS

i)     Admit Card will be issued to all eligible candidates whose complete Application Forms have been received by NBE on or before the last date of receiving the application form.

ii)    The Candidate should carefully examine the Admit Card and ensure that all the entries therein are correct. In case of any discrepancy, the same shall be taken up immediately with the Asstt. Controller of Examinations (FMGE).

iii)   The Admit Card is not transferable to any other person. Impersonation is punishable offence under law. No applicant will be permitted to appear in the Screening Test without a valid Admit Card.

iv)   Therefore, all candidates shall carefully preserve the Admit Card till the registration process is complete.

v)    Non-receipt of Admit Card: Candidates are advised to take a print out of their Roll nos. from website and paste one photo (self attested) on the same. Candidates are advised to bring his/ her passport as a proof of identification.

vi)   National Board of Examinations will not be responsible for any postal delay or irregularity resulting in non/late receipt of the Admit Card.

vii) A plea that the candidate failed to receive the information for appearing in the Screening Test will not be accepted as a ground for the refund of fee or any other redress.

viii)         National Board of Examinations reserves the right to withdraw the permission, if any, granted inadvertently to any candidate who is not eligible to appear in the Screening Test even though an Admit Card has been issued.

ix)   Issuance of Admit Card does not confer any right whatsoever by the candidate for his / her eligibility for the purpose of registration by MCI.

8.   SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM

Application forms must be submitted within the stipulated time given in the advertisement & on website. Candidates are requested to ensure that they submit the complete application form, in the envelope provided to reach NBE on or before the last date. Applications received after the last date will not be accepted. The completed Application form shall be sent to the following address:

The Executive Director

National Board of Examinations

(M/o Health & Family Welfare)

Post Box – 4931, Ansari Nagar,

Mahatma Gandhi Marg (Ring Road)

New Delhi – 110029

 Check List:

 Documents require to be attached: (Please arrange in following orders)

  1. Bank Draft
  2. Accounts Section Sheet
  3. Application Form
  4. Annexure ‘B’ dully signed by the candidate
  5. Copy of 10th passing certificate (for date of birth)
  6. Copy of 10+2 passing certificate
  7. Copy of 10+2 mark sheet
  8. Copy of primary medical qualification
  9. Copy of internship certificate (if done abroad)

10. Copy of eligibility certificate issued by MCI (if applicable)

11. Total four copies of recent passport sized photographs of applicant (1 each for Application Form, Admit Card, Attendance Sheet & Results)

 Note: Translated copies (in English / Hindi) of primary medical qualification and other certificates if the above are in language other than English / Hindi

 9.   DECLARATION OF SCREENING TEST RESULT

The Result of the Screening Test will be tentatively declared within 3 days after the exam. The result will be posted on the website of NBE www.natboard.nic.in. Only successful candidates can collect their pass result by hand from the board office after 10 days from the date of declaration of result. No duplicate result will be issued.

10. DECLARATION BY THE CANDIDATE

The candidate MUST sign the declaration (column 19 of the application form). The place and date should also be mentioned. Application Form without signature or with different signature at two places will be treated as incomplete and will be rejected.

NOTE:

The details included in this booklet and the NBE information brochure is designed to provide the prospective candidates information on the programs and activities of NBE and they are subject to change from time to time. The candidates will be bound by the rules and regulations of the Board as applicable during their exam with NBE

PLEASE READ ALL THE PREVIOUS INSTRUCTION CAREFULLY FOR FILLING UP THE APPLICATION FORM

 IMPORTANT NOTE

  1. No request of the Candidate will be entertained on telephone with regard to the eligibility and disclosures of their results.
  1. Candidates, for eligibility criteria, should go through the bulletin carefully before writing to the Board’s office.
  1. Incomplete applications or applications not in accordance with instructions will not be considered and declared ineligible without any intimation. In such cases, the entire fees will be forfeited.
  1. Fees will be neither be carried forwarded to a future date nor refunded under any circumstances.

ANNEXURE ‘A’

Excerpts from Medical Council of India letter no. MCI-203(9)/2003-Regn/17205 dated 5th March 2004.

“MCI in discharge of its statutory duties, on 17.09.97 took the following decisions:

a)    The student who complete their medical degree course of less than 6 yrs duration from institutions is erstwhileUSSRshall not e eligible for registration because of the fact that the duration of M.D (Physician) course is 6 yrs, after one year preparatory / language course.

b)    The students completing successfully total six yrs clinical M.D (Physician) course in an M.C.I recognized M.D (Physician) degree on or after 1/7/97 shall be eligible for permanent registration u/s 13(3) of the M.C.I Act 1956 provided they meet the other criteria of the Council laid down with regard to admission for medical courses.

c)    The students who were initially admitted in an institution not recognized by Medical Council of India and later on migrated and obtained the degree from recognized medical institutions n erstwhile USS will not be eligible for any kind of registration inIndia.

The above mentioned decision of the Executive Committee of the Council was approved by the General Body of the Council”.

ANNEXURE ‘B’

I _______________________ S/o or D/o _________________________ aged around _________ years  R/o ___________________________  ____________________________________________________________having obtained my Primary Medical Qualification from ___________________________________________________________________________________ do solemnly affirm as under:

  1. I am a citizen ofIndia
  1. That I am aware that my appearance / success in Screening Test does not confer any right whatsoever for registration with MCI / any other State Medical Council.
  1. I understand that my registration with MCI / State Medical Council is subject to fulfillment of the eligibility criteria laid by them and in accordance with judgments of Honourable Supreme Court of India in this regard.

(Signature of Candidate)

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Seven Steps To Success

Posted: May 3, 2012 in FMGE
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1) Leave all nonsense like financial probs, family related and personal stuff..which kill lot of time

 2) Get High Grip on CLASS NOTES of ( any coaching centre).. with Good Revision. DATS Enough

 My advice regardin doing MCQ’s from famous books lik mudit khanna,pulse might be helpfull ,but only after getting full grip on class notes. ( Do MCQ’s only one time for each topic, dat too after studyin class notes thoroughly ) and mark those imp Mcq’s in ur class notes so that u can revise class notes with much effort concentrating on the imp topics u hav marked it.Noneed to go thru of MCQ’s book second time .

 3) Maintain a notes parallel to ur preparation writing all imp topics In bits manner ,subject wise..Study them by spending 1/2 hour to one hour daily on dat notes.carry 1st grade and patho books with u whenever u r in preparation.open book when u r in doubt.

 4)study medicine and surgery alternative days scheduled 1 nd half hour per day.

 5) Make group discussion ( Asking Questions from wadever topic you are in grip ) .75 to 85 questions are from discussion i hav made with my frns..it helps me really a lott

 6) Revise, Revise,Revise Class Notes..Attend and Aim For good mark in exams conducted by coaching centres.Pay Attention to topics which u r listening 2nd time also.Solve previous exams papers .since 20 bits were repeatin

 7) Here im Arranging Subjects in Grade Vice..

 i) PSM, G&Obs. Opthal, IntMed, Surgery Ist Grade Subjects (25 to 35 marks each).sometimes One among 5 subjects,it goes beyond 40

 ii) Pharma, Patho, Biochem, Micro, 2nd Grade Subjects (18 -20 Marks.. Each) ( Among these pharma can be added to 1st grade member at times)

 iii) Radio, Anatomy, Derma, ENT, Ortho 3rd Grade (10 to 12 Marks each)

 Psychi, FSM… 2 to 5 mark each..

 One might think from first grade subject they were asking 125 question on average..so we can gain 120 mark from 1st Grd,60 Mark from 2nd grade and 50 mark from 3rd grade..total 230 marks..so no need to study all 15 subj..ITS A BLUNDER .SO I SUFFERED..Buddy things will happen different in exam.Since their main aim is not to let us in.

 So put sincere efforts on these Three grade/15 subjects And aim for 230,eventhough Paper was asked TOUGH.ull reach 150 to 160..if asked easier ull reach 170 to 180.

 Don’t leave even single small subject like psychi..I repeat U MUST READ HIGH ON THESE 3 Grade..

 Leaving single subject among these grades Will leave u away another 6 months of hell.. it happened for me..when I attempt in march ’11 they asked 13 questio from derma , 25 quest from PSM ( 10 from notes 15 away from notes ,not even there in standard books like mudit) so i failed.my mark at dat time was 133.. js fr da sake of preparing only 12 subjects without revision..wads the use of 5 months prep I FAILed..

 But next time I studied another 3 subjects..I revise15 subjects total.. I passed..

 So don’t leave single subject among those 15 .

 Study Strictly 15 subjects with HARD revision ,complete it before one month from exam date.No new topics in last month..instead of dat revise thoroughly wad u have studied up2 dat tym..

 Divide last month into three sessions

 First 15 days 15 subject ( Subj per day )

 7 days 15 subject (2 per day )

 7 days 15 sub (3 per day )

 Put high pressure on coaching guys to complete syllabus faster atleast month before.

 ..) NEVER LOSE HOPE, EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE NOT UP TO MARK ..beaware of those who have much discouragin words,afraid of exam..give him good support and maintain healthy friendship..

FMGE Syllabus

Posted: May 3, 2012 in FMGE
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PRE AND PARA CLINICAL SUBJECTS: Marks 100
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ANATOMY

1. General Anatomy:Basic tissues in Body, Terminology & Nomenclature
2. Elements of AnatomyOsteology, Arthrology, Myology, Angiology, Neurology
3. Regional Anatomy: Upper limb, Lower limb, Thorax-including diaphragm, Abdomen and Pelvis, Head, Neck, Brain and Spinal cord.
4. Embryology: Development of individual organs and systems, Postnatal growth & development
5. Histology General Histology &Microanatomy of individual organs & systems
6. Human Genetics Principles of Human genetics and Molecular biology
7. Radiological Anatomy Skiagrams, Special X-rays, Principles of imaging techniques.
8. Surface AnatomyIn cadavers, in the living
9. Sectional AnatomyThorax, Abdomen, Head, Neck and Brain
10. Applied Anatomy 

PHYSIOLOGY

1. General Physiology
2. Body fluids – Blood
3. Nerve and Muscle
4. Gastrointestinal Tract
5. Kidney
6. Skin and Body temperature
7. Endocrine Glands
8. Reproduction
9. Cardiovascular System
10. Respiratory System
11. Central Nervous Systems
12. Special Senses

BIOCHEMISTRY

1.Cell and Sub-cellular structures
2.Hydrogen Ion concentration Acid, Bases, Buffers, Handerson-Haselbach equation
3.Isotopes and their Application
4.Carbohydrates
5.Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins
6.Lipids
7.Nuclear Acids
8.Enzymes
9.Vitamins
10. Biological Oxidation
11. Digestion and Absorption from GI Tract
12. Intermediary Metabolism
13. Carbohydrate Metabolism
14. Lipid Metabolism
15. Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism
16. Purine and Pyrimidine Metabolism
17. Minerals
18. Biochemical Genetics and Protein Biosynthesis
19. Tissue Biochemistry
20. Liver Functions
21. Nutrition and Energy Metabolism

PATHOLOGY

1.Cell injury
2.Inflammation and Repair
3.Immunopathology
4.Infectious diseases
5.Circulatory disturbances
6.Growth disturbances and Neoplasia
7.Nutritional and other disorders
8.Genetic disorder
9.Hematology
10. Cardiovascular Pathology
11. Respiratory Pathology
12. Pathology of Kidney and urinary Tract
13. Hepato-Biliary Pathology
14. Lymphoreticular System / Spleen
15. Reproductive System (male & female)
16. Diseases of the Breast
17. Musculoskeletal System
18. Endocrine pathology
19. Neuropathology
20. Dermato-Pathology
21. Ocular Pathology

MICROBIOLOGY

1.General Microbiology
2.Immunology
3.Bacteriology
4.General Virology
5.Systemic Virology
6.Mycology
7.Parasitology
8.Clinical / Applied Microbiology

PHARMACOLOGY

1.General Pharmacology
2.Autonomic Nervous System
3.Cardio-vascular System
4.Diuretics
5.Drugs affecting blood and blood formation
6.Autocoids and related drugs
7.Respiratory System
8.Gastro-intestinal System
9.Endocrine pharmacology
10. Central Nervous System
11. Psychopharmacology
12. Drugs in Anaesthetic practice
13. Chemotherapy
14. Toxicology
15. Clinical Pharmacology and Rational drug use

FORENSIC MEDICINE

1.Definitions
2.Courts of India
3.Court procedures
4.Medical Certifications & medico-legal reports including dying declaration
5.Death
6.Changes after death
7.Inquest by police, magistrate and coroner
8.Identification
9.Examination of mutilated human remains
10. Medico-legal autopsies
11. Mechanical injuries and wounds
12. Examination of an injury case
13. Injuries due to physical agents & their medico legal importance
14. Asphyxial death
15. Death due to malnutrition, neglect battered babies
16. Dowry death
17. Virginity, sexual offences, sexual perversions
18. Legitimacy
19. Pregnancy and delivery
20. Infanticide
21. Biological fluids
22. Seminal stains
23. Forensic Psychiatry
24. Medical Jurisprudence
25. Toxicology

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CLINICAL SUBJECTS: Marks 200
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GENERAL SURGERY

1.Hemorrhage and shock
2.Fluid, electrolyte and Acid balance, nutrition
3.Skin tumors, burns, skin grafting
4.Arterial diseases
5.Venous diseases
6.Lymphatic and Lymph nodes
7.Wounds
8.Specific and non-specific injections
9.Tumors, Cysts, Ulcers and Sinuses and Fistulae
10. Infections of Hand and Foot
11. Diseases of muscle, tendons, bursae and fascia
12. Hernia
13. Umbilical granuloma, fistula, adenoma
14. Abdominal Wall
15. Face, Teeth, Gums, Mouth, Tongue, Salivary glands, Neck
16. Thyroid Glands, Thyroglossal Tract and Endocrines
17. Breast
18. Sympathetic System
19. Cranio-Cerebral injuries
20. Brain, Nerves
21. Genito-Urinary System
22. Kidneys and Ureters
23. Urinary Bladder 
24. Prostrate
25. Urethra
26. Penis, Testis and Scrotum
27. Vasectomy and Recanalisation
28. Cardiothoracic System
29. Oesophagus, Stomach and Duodenum
30. Spleen, Liver, Gall Bladder and bile ducts
31. Pancreas
32. Peritoneum
33. Intestines, intestinal obstruction
34. Appendix
35. Rectum and Anal Canal

ANESTHESIA

1.Anatomy of upper airway
2.Physiology of Respiration O2/CO2 transport. Methods of oxygen therapy.
3.Pre-operative evaluation/pre-medication
4.Anaesthesic agents, stages of Anaesthesia
5.Principles and mechanism of administration of general anesthetics, balanced Anaesthesia
6.IPPV, Endotracheal Intubations
7.Muscle Relaxants
8.Spinal/Epidural Anesthesia
9.Local Anesthesia
10. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation basic, use of simple ventilators
11.Monitoring
12. ICU, role of anesthesiologist in ICU
13. Shock
14. Blood Transfusion and Fluid Electoral Balance
15. Sites of respiratory obstruction and management of airway in an unconscious patient
16. Poisoning
17. Role of anesthesiologist in acute and chronic relief.

ORTHOPEDICS

1.Traumatology
•Injuries of bones and joints
•Injuries of Lower Extremity
•Injuries of the Spine
•Vascular Injuries
2.Cold Orthopedics
3.Regional Conditions
4.Neuro-Muscular Disorder
5.Bone and Joint Tuberculosis
6.Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

RADIO- DIAGNOSIS

1.Respiratory System
2.Cardiovascular System
3.Gastrointestinal System
4.Obstetrics & Gynecology
5.Skeletal System
6.Central Nervous System
7.Excretory System

RADIOTHERAPY

1.Principals of Radiotherapy
2.Principals of Chemotherapy
3.Prevention and Early diagnosis of Cancer
4.Principals of Nuclear medicine
5.Common radiation reactions and management
6.Radiotherapy and chemotherapy in commonly seen cancers
7.Radio-isotopes in diagnosis and therapy

PAEDIATRICS

1.Vital statistics
2.Neonatology
3.Growth & Development
4.Nutrition
5.Infections
6.Genetics
7.Pediatric Emergencies
8.Central Nervous System
9.Gastroenterology
10. Nephrology
11. Endocrinology
12. Respiratory System

MEDICINE

1.Clinical Methods in the practice of Medicine
2.Common symptoms of disease
3.Nutrition/Exposure to Physical & Chemical Agents
4.Infections
5.Hematology
6.Respiratory System
7.Cardio-Vascular System
8.Gastro-Intestinal Tract
9.Emergency Medicine
10. Neurological System
11. Nephrology & Urinary system connected to Tissue Disorders
12. Endocrine System
13. Geriatrics

TUBERCULOSIS AND RESPIRATORY DISEASES
Diagnosis and management of common ailments affecting the chest with special emphasis on management and prevention of Tuberculosis and National Tuberculosis Control Programme.

PSYCHIATRY

1.History aspects and diagnosis & treatment of mental illness
2.Conduction of Mental Status Examination
3.Behavioral Sciences
4.Different psychoses

Clinical features, diagnosis and management of :
5.Schizophrenia
6.Mania and depression

7.Anxiety disorders and hysteria
8.Dementia
9.Alcoholism
10. Drug Abuse
11. Psychiatric emergencies
12. Clinical features, diagnosis and management of psychiatric disorders of childhood and adolescence
13. Personality disorder

DERMATOLOGY AND SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES

1.Dermatological therapy
2.
Lichen Planus
3.Diseases caused by Nutritional and Environmental Factors
4.Infective Disorders
5.Melanocyte, pigment metabolism and other disorders of Pigmentation
6.Allergic Disorders
7.Dermatitis and Eczema
8.Vesiculobullous Diseases
9.Alopecia and Hirsutism
10. Structure and functions of Sebaceous and Disease
11. Leprosy
12. Psoriasis
13. STD
 

OPHTHALMOLOGY

Basic sciences – Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, Elementary Optics, Diseases of the Eye
1.Conjunctiva
2.Cornea
3.Sclera
4.Uveal Tract
5.Lens
6.Vitreous
7.Glaucoma
8.Retina
9.Optic Nerve
10. Intra-Occular Tumors
11. Squint
12. Orbit
13. Lacrimal System
14. Lids
15. Refractive Errors
16. Injuries
17. Ophthalmic Surgery
18. Community Ophthalmology
19. Miscellaneous

OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY

1.Diseases of the Ear
2.Diseases of Nose and Para Nasal sinuses
3.Diseases of Nasopharynx
4.Diseases of Trachea
5.Oesophagus

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

1.Anatomy of the Female reproductive Tract
2.Physiology of conception
3.Development of foetus and placenta
4.Diagnosis of pregnancy
5.Maternal changes in pregnancy
6.Antenatal care
7.Abnormal obstetrics
8.Normal labour
9.Normal puerparium
10. Breast Feeding
11. Care of new born
12. Medical termination of pregnancy
13. Family planning
14. Operative obstetrics
15. Post caesarian pregnancy
16. Pharmaco therapeutics in obstetrics
17. Safe motherhood
18. Maternal morbidity, and morality
19. Medico legal aspects
20. RCH
21. Current topics
22. Vaginal discharge
23. Menstrual disorder
24. Fertility, infertility
25. Endometriosis and allied states
26. Genital injuries and fistulae
27. Genital infections
28. Genital prolapse
29. Tumours
30. Carcinoma
31. Radiotherapy in gynecology
32. Chaemotherapy in gynecology
33. Endoscopy
34. Diseases of breast
35. Operative gynecology

COMMUNITY MEDICINE

1.Evaluation of Public Health and Concepts of Health
2.Environment and Health
3.Health Education
4.Nutrition and Dietetics
5.Occupational Health
6.Medical Sociology and Community Mental Health
7.Fundamentals of Biostatics
8.Basic Epidemiology
9.Epidemiology of Specific Diseases
10. Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases
11. Demography
12. Reproductive and Child Health
13. School Health
14. Urban Health
15. Health System in India
16. Health Planning and Management including Disaster Management
17. International Health