Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Trauma and Orthopedics 2011 DNB


Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Trauma and Orthopedics conducts an admission process for admission to its Post Graduate Training for Diplomate of the National Board (DNB) in Orthopedics. DNB qualification is equivalent to postgraduate degree and post doctoral level qualifications of universities as notified by Government of India, Ministry of Health and family welfare. Candidates have to appear for CET conducted by NBE (National Board of Examination) to apply for 3 year DNB course in orthopedics at SGITO.

Candidates have to appear for CET conducted by NBE (National Board of Examination) to apply for 3 year DNB course in orthopedics at SGITO. For those who have passed PG Ortho exams the duration of the programme will be 2 years. SGITO is an autonomous institute established by Government of Karnataka Act. The institute is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. The institute is recognized by Indian Nursing Council and Karnataka State Nursing Council for providing the courses.

The Institute has a rich legacy of history and has an elite class of infrastructural facilities as well as great teaching staff. The campus offers unique ambiance to instill medical based education to the aspiring candidates. The Institute also provide state of the art laboratories as well as Centralized based Libraries to the candidates.

Eligibility Criteria:

Candidates who have qualified in the NBE CET can apply for DNB course at the institute. NBE CET’s qualification is valid for 2 years for admission in DNB course at the recognized institutes. For eligibility and other details of NBE CET please refer to the link: NATBOARD DNB CET
Those who have done PG in Ortho can apply for 2 year DNB course.

How to Apply:

The application form will be directly available from the institute and can also be obtained by post by sending a request for the form along with a demand draft and a self addressed envelope. Candidates should write the requisite letter in their own handwriting and should provide the registration numbers as well as a specimen of their signature at the back side of DD. Candidates are strictly advised to use a black or blue ball pen and avoid fountain pens in order to write the letter.

Important Dates:

Last Date of Submission of Application Form: Mid week of July, 2011
Interview: Last week of July, 2011

Contact Details

Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Trauma and Orthopedics
Byrasandra, Jayanagar East,
Bangalore-560 011

Phone No: 080 - 26564516 / 26562500,

Fax: 080 - 26585222

Email: [email protected]



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11 Responses to “Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Trauma and Orthopedics 2011 DNB”

  1. 11

    Now they have shown one ms ortho seat in the institute in all india quota…has it been recognised by mci…?What is the fee structure…?

  2. 10

    What is process of taking admission in DNB-orthopaedics course for a candidate already holding PG diploma-orthopaedics(D.ortho).

  3. 9

    sgito or sito …stipend is 10k,11k,12k for dnb 3 years….

  4. 8

    please send me question paper of dnb june 2010 and dec 2010

  5. 7

    what is stai paind how much seat for secondry dnb

  6. 6
    Jaya Krishna:

    wats the stipend for post D.ortho DNB CANDITATES.,,,,n method of selection?? any payment criteria???

  7. 5
    mohamad gouse:

    wats the stipend forpost D.ortho DNB CANDITATES.
    kindly reply

  8. 4
    dr.asif ahmadf:

    what will be duration of course after diploma in orthopaedics….???????mode of admission,stipend????????

  9. 3

    what is payscale during training

  10. 2

    dnb ortho session in sgiot

  11. 1

    what is the payment criteria for candidated completed d.orto and want to join dnb