Duration: 3.0 yrs |Mode: Regular|Avg. Fees: 1,00,000 / Year
39 courses |15 colleges
Diplomate of National Board is popularly known as DNB. in India. It is a general name given to the Post Graduate programmes and Post Doctoral Programmes in the medical field.
DNB is not a single medical course but is a general title for the courses. The courses are broadly categorized into the following categories:
The three-year training programme is completed under a guide who has been accredited to conduct the training by the National Board of Education. Candidates during the programme perform clinical work, perform emergency duties, maintain records, and other related duties.
All DNB qualifications in the country are recognized by the Medical Council of India. They are posted as per rotations and it is mandatory for them to participate in various conferences, academic meetings, medical seminars and meets etc. The trainees are also provided with a stipend during the programme. There are almost 42 disciplines recognized by the board.
Syllabus for the DNB program is on the basis of the choice of specialisation the candidate has opted for. The syllabus for the program is well structured and is revised periodically to introduce new training methods and technique.
Students are trained on various topics such as clinical examination, surgical management, case study of the patient, by posting the candidates in OPD, family planning clinics, clinical wards, family planning clinics and other departments. Given below is the DNB syllabus structure: