Ph. D - Medical Oncology

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The PhD course is an independent investigation of a problem of contemporary significance in the relevant field of Medical Oncology..

The PhD course is an independent investigation of a problem of contemporary significance in the relevant field of Medical Oncology. The candidate will have to register initially as a regular student and then according to rules prescribed for him/her by the PhD Committee, take up different phases of the work for his/her thesis, carry out the study and finally submit his/her thesis after authentication by Examination Committee constituted by the University generally comprising of two experts from outside Kerala University and one representative from Kerala University whose membership shall be finalised by Department of Medical Oncology, Kannur Medical college.D. in Medical Oncology course spreads across 6 Semesters (Duration 3 years). As a full-time doctoral student, you will receive tuition and stipends. We want you to earn a PhD in Medical Oncology from a top school in India with the highest reputation in the world today. Our commitment to the training and education of distinguished PhD students is unmatched by any medical college in the country. Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Oncology, a distinguished programme that trains aspiring Oncologists in cancer diagnosis, treatment and management, keeping in view the emerging trends in this field with a high emphasis on Research and publications. 

Question Papers of Stages will contain Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) based on all subjects of MD/MS/MDS/M.Sc Entrance Examination. These papers will be divided into 2 sections i.e. Section A & Section B for each subject as mentioned below:
Stage 1 Multiple Choice questions are MCQs for 30 Marks. This section is based on General English, with errors of grammar, reading comprehension, verbal reasoning and calculating ability. Total marks (Stage I + II): 70 marks – 120 minutes. Candidates are required to appear in the Stage– I exam by all departments on a common date and time, at the place mentioned in the notification. The Stage-II examination is to be undertaken by the departmental schedules. Total Marks 60 with 1 Mark each. The National Eligibility Test (NET) is conducted by the CBSE/Central Board of Secondary Education to assess the eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Eligibility for Assistant Professor only in Indian universities.

When you apply, you will need to upload your mark sheet and a certificate for an English-medium school or a Bachelor's degree with proof of SC/ST/OBC (if applicable) from the appropriate authority of the Post Graduate Medical Institute.
The Medical Council of India (MCI) has laid down the criteria for a physician to practice medicine in the country. A physician practising or offering to practise medicine in any part of India should satisfy the minimum requirements.
The average salary range for a Radiation Oncologist is Rs 600,000- 1.5Rs 50 lakhs annually. This salary is an average of what students graduating from Medical Oncology get as their starting salary in India and the USA. Students working at an oncology centre get about 25% more than those working in hospitals and the government. Those who work in the public sector usually get an increase after five years. Over 1,500 clinical trials awaiting your participation in our medical oncology department. We provide thorough care and a great deal of support for our patients, with an interest in getting you back to being healthy and enjoying your life again as soon as possible.