These are six-semester (three-year) programs intended to train proficient and skilled human resource to improve the delivery of quality specialist health care services including clinical work, research and training of other health professionals in the country.
The first semester is devoted to biomedical (basic) sciences core courses which should not be less than five and not more than six. During semesters 2-6, trainees receive in-depth study of various discipline-specific courses and pursue a comprehensive apprenticeship in the patient care settings depending on the subject of specialization. During semesters 3-6, trainees design, conduct and report comprehensive research work which forms the dissertation in partial fulfillment of the award of the respective M Med degree. Specific programs under this category include: