The basic criterion of eligibility for pursuing M.Ch. in Urology is an MS/ DNB degree in General Surgery, with a minimum aggregate score of 55%, completed from a university recognized by the Medical Council of India.
- To adopt ethical practices in dealing with patients, colleagues, subordinates superiors and health care workers.
- To promote cordial interpersonal relations.
- To perform as a team.
- To learn to be a leader when the need arises.
- To learn to order investigations and prescribe drugs rationally.
- To be aware of ethical issues in human and animal research.
- To take rationale decision in the face of ethical dilemmas in urological diseases, demonstrate sympathy & Human approach towards patients & their families & Exhibit interpersonal behavior in accordance with social norms & expectations.
From a theoretical examination point of view, basically the following components could be categorized under four papers.
Paper 1 – Basic Science Applied to Urology.
Paper 2 – Clinical Urology including Paediatric Urology.
Paper 3 – Diagnostic and Operative Urology.
Paper 4 – Recent Advances in Urology.
It will cover a wide spectrum of diseases of the urogenital system & retroperitoneum. Apart from the clinical aspect of these subjects, the candidate has to acquire in-depth knowledge of the related basic subject like applied anatomy, embryology, physiology; biochemistry, pharmacology, pathology, microbiology epidemiology, immunology etc.
Brief exposure to other institutes on Academic exchange programme and participation in the conference – Regional, zonal, National and International level and Publication and indexed journals are compulsory as part of the curriculum.