M.Sc. Clinical Biochemistry course is offered in Maharajgunj Campus, Kathmandu. There are three seats in this program.
Academic/Administrative rules and regulations for PG Students / Residents
- The P.G. students will go through a full time residential training.
- Must obey the rules and regulations of IOM
- A total of two week leave is permitted in one year in hospital based clinical/para-clinical programs (MD/MS, MDS and MD Ayurveda)
- In other P.G. programs vacation/leave will be as per T.U. regulation.
- All P.G. programs are strictly non-practicing; therefore PG Students/Residents are prohibited to undertake private practice of any kind or any other private assignment.
- All clinical programs (MD/MS, MDS and MD Ayurveda) will have three months community-based teaching - learning as per Nepal Medical Council’s requirement.
- As per Ministry of Health & Population directives, all clinical program candidates will have to serve for one year at a place assigned by the government after completion of the course. This applies to only Nepalese candidates.
Eligibility to study M.Sc. Clinical Biochemistry
B Sc. Biology (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry/B Sc Microbiology or B Sc. MLT/BMLT or B Sc. Biochemestry degree from TU or equivalent degree recognized by TU.
MBBS/BDS/BAMS from TU or equivalent degree recognized by TU with one year compulsory rotatary internship and registered in Nepal Medical Council or Nepal Ayurved Council respectively.
Selection for admission
- All Nepalese/Foreign students will have to appear in common entrance examination.
- Merit list for Nepalese/Foreign students will be published separately.
- Must secure a minimum of 50% marks in entrance examinations.
- Admission will be on merit basis in open house counseling wherever applicable.