Nepal Medical Council
National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS)
Medicine and Health Care
The MD/MS stage of training will consist of a three-year postgraduate residential degree course in different major subjects. The MD/MS stage of training of 3 years will be planned gradually in different major subjects, like General Medicine, General Surgery, Pathology, Anesthesia, Orthopedics, ENT, Radiology, Radiotherapy, General Practice, Psychiatry, Ophthalmology, Dental, Forensic Medicine, Microbiology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Public health, Nursing etc.
The different specialties of training will be included in a phase wise manner. In the first phase, the MD/MS courses, which are already being conducted in Bir Hospital and other affiliated hospitals, will be run.
The training will initially be started in Bir and other central and selected Regional and Zonal hospitals. Later on with increasing facilities and manpower, other Regional and Zonal hospitals will be included. Number of seats for training in various programs will be decided by the facilities and faculty members available and the need in the country as a whole.
To produce comprehensive and community oriented ophthalmologist
At the end of the MD course the students should have acquired or developed knowledge and skills so that he or she should be able to
Candidates should have MBBS or equivalent degree recognized by the Nepal Medical Council.