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How to become a specialist Sports & Exercise
Medicine Physician in India?

Eligibility
  • MBBS from Indian/Foreign University recognized by MCI with 1 year compulsory rotatory internship.
  • Candidate should have permanent registration with MCI/SMC or obtain within 1 month of date of admission.
  • Foreign national or NRI has to obtain their Post-Graduation study registration from MCI.
Entrance Examination
  • NEET-PG (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test)
ALL INDIA QUOTA

via Medical Counseling Committee (MCC)
Visit this website for more information: https://mcc.nic.in/pgcounselling

SEATS AVAILABLE

MD (SPORTS MEDICINE)

  • VMMC. NEW DELHI - 3 SEATS
  • PGIMS. ROHTAK 1 SEAT
  • RIMS. IMPHAL 1 SEAT
  • CHETTINAAD. KP - 2 SEATS
  • SRMC. CHENNAI - 2 SEATS


PG DIPLOMA (SPORTS MEDICINE)

  • NSNIS. PATIALA - 3 SEATS
STATE / UNIVERSITY QUOTA

via State/University Counselling Committee

SEATS AVAILABLE

MD (SPORTS MEDICINE)

  • VMMC. NEW DELHI - 2 SEATS
  • PGIMS. ROHTAK - 1 SEAT


PG DIPLOMA (SPORTS MEDICINE)

  • NSNIS. PATIALA - 3 SEATS

If seats remain vacant, then they are filled via MOP-UP procedure of this counselling committee.

AFMS QUOTA (Only for AMC, PUNE)
  • Register with AFMS website for admission in 9 armed forces colleges across the country.
  • Admission process begins with Priority I > II > III > IV >V. PriorityV admission usually happens in the month of May.
  • A physical counseling session is held at AFMC. Everyone who has registered with the website gets an AFMS merit rank.
  • Counseling for the seats is held as per AFMS merit list. Candidate have to sign a bond of services for 5 years or 28 Lakhs (this may vary). The candidates who have picked up a seat have to undergo a medical examination over a period of 2 days at AFMC. Candidates have to make their own provision of stay during this period. Medical examination is conducted by specialists from – Medicine, Surgerey, Opthalmology, ENT, Dental, OBGY (for females). Candidates also have to undergo investigations like – blood, X-ray, USG. Overweight is a criteria to deem unfit.
  • Those who are deemed medically fit can join AFMC.
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