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D.M. Nephrology Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Doctor of Medicine in Nephrology


Do you want to pursue a medical course in Nephrology? Do you want to deal with the study and functions of kidney? Then, D.M. Nephrology course is just for you. There are many colleges and institutes in India, both private and government that provide D.M. Nephrology course. Learn this course in detail.

Course Name: D.M. Nephrology
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Stream: Healthcare & Medical Science
Course Category: Medical
Duration: 3 years

About D.M. Nephrology course

It is a Doctorate course in Nephrology. It is the branch of medical specialty that deals with the study of the diseases, functions and abnormalities of kidney. A physician who practices nephrology is called nephrologists. The main aim of D.M. Nephrology course is to provide training to the candidates in the specialty of Nephrology. This course enables them to act as an independent clinician / consultant, a research assistant or a teacher. This course offers many opportunities both in private and government sectors including self employment.

Eligibility Criteria

The basic qualification for pursuing D.M. Nephrology course is a pass degree in MBBS degree followed by M.D. (Medicine Degree) in general medicine from All India Institute of Medical Sciences or any other University or equivalent qualification recognized by the MCI (Medical Council of India).

The duration of D.M. Neonatology course is 3 years.



Colleges offering D.M. Nephrology course in India

College NameUniversityState
Andhra Medical CollegeDr. N.T.R. University of Health Sciences, Andhra PradeshAndhra Pradesh
Government Medical College KozhikodeKerala University of Health SciencesKerala
Meenakshi Academy of Higher Education And ResearchTamil Nadu
Narayana Medical CollegeDr. N.T.R. University of Health Sciences, Andhra PradeshAndhra Pradesh
Seth GS Medical College And Kem HospitalMaharashtra University of Health SciencesMaharashtra
Trivandrum Medical CollegeKerala University of Health SciencesKerala

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Competition for admission

Since only a few seats are available for D.M. Nephrology course, there is a heavy competition among students to seek admission to this super specialty course. The maximum intake capacity for this course is very less, may be only two to three seats. So, to seek admission to this course, candidates should perform really well, not only in the entrance examination but they should also maintain a good academic record in their PG medical course as well.

Scope of a Nephrology

Most of the diseases affecting the kidney not only affect that particular organ, but it also affects other organs as well in some patients and therefore special treatment is required for kidney diseases. Therefore, there is always a better scope for this particular specialty in big private hospitals and government hospitals as well. So, these specialists can be rest assured of their career prospects after successful completion of D.M. Nephrology course.

Career and jobs

  • Job opportunities in this field are great for those candidates who are well qualified and experienced. Candidates can specialize in pediatric nephrology and adult nephrology.
  • They can find jobs in various government and private hospitals, general health care units, kidney dialysis centers.
  • They can also go for teaching field in various medical colleges and institutes.
  • They can go for research field as well.
  • If candidates have experience and higher qualification in this field, they can work as a consultant nephrologist.


D.M. Nephrology Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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