MD - Anaesthesiology






    3 Years

MBBS college in mangalore


Pass in MBBS from a recognized medical college with permanent registration of any State Medical Council. Candidate should be NEET-PG qualified.

Admission to both General and NRI category seats in MD/MS is based on inter-se merit in NEET-PG.

Admission Procedure

In addition to the basic eligibility criteria mentioned above, students seeking admission to MD/MS program will be required to qualify in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET-PG which will be conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) generally in January each year. The responsibility of NBE is limited to the conduct of NEET-PG, declaration of the result and providing the result to MCC, DGHS, MoHFW for onward transmission to State Counselling Authorities. NBE has no role in counselling and allotment of seats.

Application form for NEET-PG can be submitted online through the website on notification. Students are advised to carefully read the Information Bulletin and keep the correct details ready, before submission of the form. Kindly visit after announcement of the NEET-PG results to know the procedure of counselling in Deemed/Central Universities.

The fee structure of MD/MS is made available on our website

Documents required for admission to MD/MS (Original + 3 attested copies)

  • Admit card issued by NBE
  • Result/rank letter issued by NBE
  • NEET-PG allotment letter & score card
  • SSLC or equivalent marks card or birth certificate
  • MBBS degree marks cards of all years
  • Internship completion certificate
  • Provisional/MBBS degree certificate
  • Medical Council Registration certificate
  • Karnataka Medical Council Registration certificate (compulsory for all students)
  • MCI recognition of MBBS degree
  • Transfer certificate
  • Conduct certificate
  • Migration certificate
  • Physically handicapped certificate issued by the authorized medical boards (if applicable)
  • Physical fitness & blood group certificate
  • PAN card copy of the parent and student
  • Aadhaar card copy of the student
  • For NRI category admission: NRI status proof (Passport copy, employment certificate, Residence proof, Income tax documents, Sponsorship letter of parent/sponsor)
  • Photographs: Recent colour photo with white background, of resolution 300-600 dpi & size 35 mm x 45 mm (P.P size 5 Nos.) & size 20 mm x 25 mm (Stamp size 5 Nos.)

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Program Structure

Paper I Basic science as applicable to anaesthesia:
History of anaesthesia
Anatomy and Physiology relevant to anaesthesia
  • Central nervous system including spinal cord, autonomic nervous system and neuromuscular physiology
  • Cardiovascular system
  • Airway anatomy and respiratory system d. Renal system
  • Hepatic physiology
  • Obstetric physiology
Pharmacology of anaesthetic and emergency drugs
  • Basic principles of pharmacology
  • Inhaled anaesthetics
  • IV anaesthetics
  • Muscle relaxants and reversal agents
  • Opioids and NSAIDS
  • Local anaesthetics
  • Emergency drugs
  • Drugs acting on autonomic nervous system
Applied physics in anaesthesia
Anaesthesia and airway equipment
  • Anaesthesia machine, vaporizers
  • Breathing systems
  • Airway equipment
  • Oxygen delivery system, gas analysis
  • Monitors
Scope of modem anaesthesia practice
Technique of general anaesthesia and pre-anaesthetic evaluation
Regional anaesthesia – central neuraxis blocks, plexus blocks, nerve blocks, IVRA etc.
Monitored anaesthesia care
Patient positioning
Fluid and electrolytes
Paper II Anaesthesia in co-existing diseases:
Cardiovascular disorders
Respiratory disorders
Central nervous system disorders
Renal disorders
Hepatobiliary disorders
Endocrine disorders
Obstetrics and gynaecological disorders Musculoskeletal disorders
Haemopoetic disorders
Paper III Clinical practice of anaesthesia sub-specialities:
Anaesthesia in broad specialities
Anaesthesia in broad specialties
Cardiac and thoracic anaesthesia
Orthopaedic including joint replacement surgeries
Paediatric, and neonatal anaesthesia
Urology including renal transplants
Geriatric anaesthesia
Burns, plastic and faciomaxillary surgery
Ophthalmic anaesthesia
Outpatient anaesthesia, dental and remote location anaesthesia
Regional anaesthesia (Including USG) Brain death evaluation and anaesthesia for organ donation
Bariatric, laparoscopic and robotic surgeries
Difficult airway management
Paper IV Critical care, pain medicine and recent advances:
Applied medicine in relation to anaesthesia and recent advances
Critical care management principles – basics and advanced
  • Oxygen therapy
  • Antibiotics and sepsis management
  • Sedation in ICU
  • Mechanical ventilation
  • Ionotrops
  • Management of multiorgan failure
Operating room management, designing operating room and ICU
Electrical and environmental safety, pacemakers
Research methodology including clinical trials and statistics
Disaster management, trauma, chemical and biological warfare
Ethics and legal aspects of anaesthesia care
Recent advances in anaesthesia and critical care including computers, simulation and roboties
Acute pain including post operative pain
Chronic pain including, cancer pain
Palliative care and setting a pain clinic & labour analgesia
IV fluids, parenteral nutrition and blood transfusion

Other requirements:Dissertation

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, graduates will be able to...

  • PO1: Demonstrate the ability to evaluate, plan, administer anaesthesia and provide post-operative care including the pain relief and become highly competent anaesthesiologist with broad range of skills which will enable to practice anaesthesiology independently.
  • PO2: Demonstrate the knowledge to carry out basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ACLS) and train medical and paramedical staff in BLS and ACLS.
  • PO3: Demonstrate the ability to manage critically ill patients in intensive care unit (ICU).
  • PO4: Demonstrate the knowledge of pain management in patients with acute and chronic pain.
  • PO5: Demonstrate knowledge of normal and abnormal human structure, function from a molecular, cellular, biologic, clinical, behavioural and social perspective applied to anaesthesia.
  • PO6: Demonstrate the basic methodology of medical education and develop competence in teaching medical/paramedical students.
  • PO7: Develop attitude that leads to appropriate communication with colleagues, patients and their relatives and to function in a group in operating room/intensive care unit, and develop the ability to function as a leader in operating room.
  • PO8: Demonstrate the ability of record keeping, anaesthesia audit, medico-legal aspects in anaesthesia.
  • PO9: Demonstrate the knowledge of research methodology and clinical trial.
  • PO10: Demonstrate the knowledge to critically review and acquire relevant knowledge from the journals, learning advances in anaesthesiology and its applied aspect in the practice of anaesthesia.