DM Clinical Immunology

  • Duration
  • Level
  • Programme
    Doctorate
  • Study Mode

Course Description

This department is dedicated to the study, education, and provision of clinical services for diseases characterised by abnormalities in the development and pathogenesis of their pathogenesis. In this category are diseases such as allergic disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and connective tissue diseases, all of which have abnormalities in their development and progression through disease development and progression. Doctors learn how to treat patients with immunological and rheumatic diseases in hospitals and a variety of community settings as part of their educational programme. In the field of Clinical Immunology, this is referred to as a DM (Doctorate of Medicine) Students in high school, and college can benefit from the expertise of a doctor who specialises in Clinical Immunology. Most of this programme is devoted to teaching theory, practical skills, clinical skills, attitude skills, research methods, social care, and how to care for others. This course will prepare you for various comprehensive career advancement opportunities after you have completed it. Physician, Public Health Manager, Internal Medical Consultant, Epidemiologist, and various other career options are available.

Eligibility

Course Level: Diploma Duration: 3 years Qualification+Marks: The minimum requirement for someone who wants to get a D.M. in Clinical Immunology is to have an MBBS or MD degree. Medicine, paediatrics, microbiology, or tropical medicine from a university that is known. Candidates who are not from the SC/ST/OBC group must have a minimum aggregate score of 50% at the post-grad level. A general candidate must have a minimum aggregate score of 55%.

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