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FCPS Pathology course is a unique program designed to give participants in-depth exposure to the complex subject of Pathology. .

FCPS Pathology course is a unique program designed to give participants in-depth exposure to the complex subject of Pathology. This course is affiliated with Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Union Territory of Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Odisha, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Tripura Medical Council, and any medical graduate (MBBS/MD) from any part of the country can take admission in this FCPS Pathology course held at Mumbai every year. The FCPS (FM & OPHTHAL) Course in Pathology is designed to train pathologists, especially in ophthalmic pathology, to diagnose and manage diseases. Our program is designed to fulfil the need for a comprehensive revision in ophthalmic pathology after graduation from a medical college before entering a residency training program, especially those planning for fellowship or starting their practices. The FCPS in Pathology is not a post-graduate medical degree. It is a postgraduate qualification awarded upon completing one or more years of post-certificate training in applied medical sciences, with multiple campuses across India and abroad. The Post Graduate Council of the respective State /Union Territory Medical Council awards FRCS certificates to eligible candidates. 
FCPS Pathology course provides the student with three options. The student can opt for a traditional 5-year system meant for those who desire to be a Physician (MBBS), Dentist (DDS) or Physiotherapist (BPT). The exam comes at the end of year 4, in which case the student has to complete the 3-year Clinical Internship. FCPS-Pathology is the most important and one of the main exams for different posts like a clinical pathologist, anatomic pathologist, cytotechnologist or Molecular pathology, Histopathology. Firstly a candidate should be clear whether he/she will be working in the government sector or private sector. A candidate should keep in mind how many marks he/she has achieved in the last NEET PG exam. After checking how much score, a candidate got and then which post he/she will apply for. FCPS–Patho is a single fellowship for medical graduates with an MBBS degree. This course is held as per the guidelines set by the Medical Council of India and the National Board of Examinations. Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in medicine are eligible to take this exam.
This is an FCPS Course with MCI Recognition. Every pathology medical student can join this course as per their eligibility. The course duration is three years, and the admission will be made through a counselling process. The pathologist will perform his job in a medicolegal context, and he has to conduct detailed post-mortem or autopsy and review other investigations after death. They should be able to recognise significant disease even in premature infants or with developmental problems from birth. Pathology focuses on studying diseases, within human tissue, cells, and body fluids, under a light microscope.
The Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) has declared the notification for FCPS – Pathology examination. More than 1000 seats are available in the minimal number of medical colleges across India. The candidates with a 10+2 or graduation degree can apply after filling up an application form through this institute. CPS today has emerged as the largest postgraduate medical training institute in India, successfully attended over one lakh candidates for PG courses and provided them with a virtual platform to emerge as specialists with professional zeal. CPS is still achieving its mission to deliver the best results to its trainees by providing ultra-modern facilities and maintaining strict academic discipline, and that's why CPS is the first choice of lakhs of post-graduate students from across the country.