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13th July 2017, 08:25 PM
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Procedure to get admission in AIIMS for M.Sc physiology


Sir, I have done my B.Sc (honors) nursing degree from AIIMS, NEW DELHI & am I eligible to do M.Sc physiology if I am eligible, then please give me the names of the colleges, they offered for M.Sc courses in any stream EXCEPT AIIMS.




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14th July 2017, 12:34 PM
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Default Re: Procedure to get admission in AIIMS for M.Sc physiology

Yes, you are eligible to get admission into M.Sc in Physiology course after completion of B.Sc (Honors). The basic educational qualification required to be eligible for doing this course is B.Sc or B.V.Sc or B.Pharma with minimum 60% marks or BDS or MBBS with minimum percentage criteria.

>> For B.Sc or BVSc or B.Pharmy - 60% marks

>> For BDS/ MBBS - 55% marks

Colleges offer M.Sc in Physiology are:

@ Geethanjali Medical College and Hospital
https://www.geetanjaliuniversity.com/gmch/

@ Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore
https://manipal.edu/kmc-mangalore.html

@ National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad
http://www.ninindia.org/

@ Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences
http://ntruhs.ap.nic.in/

@ Kerala University of Health Sciences
http://14.139.185.154/

@ Rajasthan University of Health Sciences..etc.,
http://www.ruhsraj.org/




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