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MRCS UK is an internationally recognised Post Graduate Level Qualification in Surgery. MRCS(Member Of The Royal College Of Surgeons ) is awarded to students on successfully passing the examinations conducted by the Royal College Of Surgeons UK.
  • It is recognised by the MCI. Unlike other PG medical courses in India which require NEET PG and that of UK which require PLAB and IELTS, MRCS does not require any of those.
  • If you have a MBBS Degree with 1 year of Internship you can apply for MRCS.
  • On completion of the course doctors can work in clinical positions and academic positions in India and abroad.
Why Us?
  • As a training institute , we help aspirants by using advanced learning methodologies which combine standard pedagogy with customised strategies to ensure in depth knowledge of topics taught as per the UK medical education system.
  • Our Faculty members are well experienced members of the Royal Colleges with extensive clinical and academic knowledge.
  • Our extended professional networks consists of clinicians and specialists working in NHS and in leading Universities like Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh and Glasgow who provide additional learning support to ensure success in these exams
The Royal College of Surgeons holds intercollegiate MRCS examinations – Parts A and B at centres across the world.  
Part Eligibility Details Fee
Intercollegiate MRCS Part A- is a five hour exam consisting of two papers which takes place on the same day. The AM paper is of 3 hours and the PM paper is of 2 hours.   One must hold a medical degree that is acceptable to the UK General Medical Council (GMC) for full or provisional registration or to the Medical Council in Ireland for full or temporary registration.   ·       Paper 1: applied basic sciences ·       Paper 2: principles of surgery in general    £526, though in some non UK centres the local administration fee is also included.  
INTERCOLLEGIATE MRCS PART B OSCE – This is an objective structured clinical exam (OSCE) One must hold a medical degree that is acceptable to the UK General Medical Council (GMC) for full or provisional registration or to the Medical Council in Ireland for full or temporary registration.   The areas tested are- ·       anatomy and surgical pathology ·       applied surgical science and critical care ·       clinical and procedural skills ·       communication skills   £953
  Training Course Structure MRCS Part A
Category
Paper-01- Applied Basic Sciences
01. Anatomy
02. Physiology
03. Pathology (General 1 + Systemic 1)
Paper-02- (A)-Principles of Surgery in General
04. GIT+ Hand Disorders
05. Colorectal Surgery
06. Abdomen
07. Urology
08. Orthopedics
09. ENT + Skin Lesions
10. Breast & Endocrine
11. Vascular Surgery
12. Brain Dis.+ Organ Transplantation
13. Pediatric & Pancreatic Surgery
14. Peri-operative care
15. Post-operative & Surgical Technique & Technology
16. Microbiology , Oncology + Mgt. &Legal issues
17. Emergency Medicine & Trauma
MRCS Part B The structure of the MRCS OSCE The MRCS OSCE comprises 18 examined stations. At the beginning of each station 1 minute is given to the candidate to read the instructions and the station is completed after 9 minutes, allowing sufficient time for the candidate to rotate to the next station. All the stations in the examination (apart from preparation stations) are manned. Most have a single examiner but some stations (e.g. stations assessing communication skills) are double manned. Normally each examiner in a double- manned station will be assessing different aspects of the candidate’s performance (e.g. communication and clinical skill). The individual stations are grouped into two broad content areas. These are:  
Knowledge (8 stations)  
§  3 surgical anatomy stations  
§  2 surgical pathology stations  
§  3 applied surgical science and critical care stations o   1 generic critical care o   1 generic interpretation of written data o   1 generic interpretation of visual information  
 
  Skills (10 stations)  
§  4 communication skills stations o   2 generic history taking o   1 generic giving information to a patient/relative o   1 generic giving information to another health professional  
§  6 clinical and procedural skills stations o   4 physical examination o   2 generic skills  
  The major emphasis of the MRCS is on the basic generic components of knowledge and skills required for all surgical trainees. For the purposes of designing the stations domains are used to help construct questions ensuring that the important areas as identified by the GMC’s “Good Medical Practice” are adequately covered by the examination. These domains are:
§  clinical knowledge and its application  
§  clinical and technical skill  
§  professionalism including decision-making, problem solving, situational  
§  awareness and judgement, organisation, planning and patient safety  
§  communication  
Each station is marked out of a total of 20. Rather than an itemised check list approach the marking scheme allocates a proportion of the marks at each station to one or more of the above domains which can be evaluated within the context of each scenario. Intake Schedule MRCS (3 months/6 months/1 year sessions)
Exam Date Application Course Starts
January October October/ July
April January January/ October
September June June/ March
Fee Structure for 3 months course
MRCS PART A Approx. Expenses in INR Approx. Expenses in GBP
MRCS Part A-PGAMS Cost
Study Materials ₹35,000 £375
Training Fees ₹60,000 £642
Total payable to PGAMS ₹95,000 £1016
Examination cost-Royal College ₹48,835 £526
Total expense for MRCS Part A (Course Fees+ Examination Fees) ₹143,835 £1547
 
MRCS PART B Approx. Expenses in INR Approx. Expenses in GBP
MRCS Part B-PGAMS Cost
Study Materials ₹55,000 £588
Training Fees ₹95,000 £1016
Total payable to PGAMS ₹1,50,000 £1605
Examination cost-Royal College ₹88,480 £953
Total expense for MRCS Part B (Course Fees+ Examination Fees) ₹2,38,480 £2554
Optional Clinical attachments ₹1,00,000 £ 1077
Total expense for MRCS Part B (Course Fees+ Examination Fees+ Clinical attachment) ₹3,38,480 £3625
Exchange rate used for calculations: GBP £1 = INR  ₹ 93.39

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Post Graduate Academy of Medical Sciences (PGAMS) Phone: +91-8861711527, 9007055603 Email: pgamseducation@gmail.com Websitewww.pgams.in Address: Bangalore-2nd Floor, 80 Feet Road, Barleyz Junction, Sony World Crossing, Koramangala, Bangalore– 560034 Kolkata-RDB Boulevard, Plot K-1 Block GP Salt Lake City Sector V, Kolkata-700091.  

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