MS Orthopaedics: Career, Seats, Admission, Salary in India

MS Orthopaedics” or “Master of Surgery in Orthopaedics” is the study of the musculoskeletal system(bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and nerves), surgical medical science & congenital disorders, sports injuries, tumors, infections, and much more degenerative diseases.

Mainly students expertise themself in the surgery concerned with acute, chronic, traumatic, and overuse injuries and other disorders of the musculoskeletal system.

MS Orthopaedics is one of the demanded & popular Courses in the field of medical science. Besides, most of the students studying MS Orthopaedics devote their life to the help of mankind.

Seats in India

A total of 320 medical colleges offering 2189 MS Orthopedics seats in India, of which 1164 is government and 1025 is private medical colleges seats.

Quick Facts

Full-Form Master of Surgery in Orthopaedics
Duration 3 Years
Age limitations 24-34
Degree Masters
Minimum Percentage 50%
Subjects Required MBBS from NMC recognized universities/colleges
Course Fees 5 thousand to 30 Lacs
Similar Options of Study MS(General Surgery, Ophthalmology, OBG, Anatomy, etc).
Average Salary Offered 15 Lacs per annum
Job Titles Researchers, Consultants, Orthopaedic Nurse, Physical Therapist, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Physician & Surgeon, Orthopaedics Professor, Specialist Panel Doctor, etc.
Employment Area Sports team, Private and Public Hospitals, Orthopaedic Treatment Centres, Orthopaedic Research Centres, Distributors for surgery & musculoskeletal

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Career Scope

The specialist in this field is called an “orthopedic surgeon”, who uses surgical & non-surgical methods to treat the musculoskeletal system.

The term “Orthopaedics” was given by French professor Nicholas Andry in 1741.

Specialists in this field are also worked with other health care organizations and often offer their services as physician consultants.

The diseases & condition given below comes under Orthopedic surgeons:

  • Dislocations & Fractures
  • Arthritis and osteoporosis
  • Club foot
  • Bone tumors
  • Tendon injuries pulled muscles
  • and unequal leg lengths

Salary in India

Master of Surgery in Orthopedics is one of the highest paying Doctors in India. The salary completely depends on the experience and reputation of the place you work.

Due to the highest demand, An Orthopaedic Surgeon gets a good salary of 1 to 3 lacs per month. With years of experience, you can earn around 2 lacs to 4lacs per month.

An Orthopaedic Surgeon can get a handsome salary of 10 to 25 lacs per month outside India.

Fees Structure

The fee structure for MS Orthopaedics varies between 5 thousand to 30 Lacs in India. Where the fees of government medical colleges start from 5 thousand, the fees of deemed universities in private colleges go up to the maximum of 30 lacs.

Admission Procedure

How to get admission in MS Orthopaedics?

For MS Orthopaedics admissions in India, Aspirants can appear in the National level entrance exam. NMC approved/recognized colleges/universities provide admission to students on the basis of their ranks secured in the entrance test. After the PG Exam result students have to attend national level counselling(MCC.NIC.IN) & state level counselling. Below given 3 medical entrance exams for admission in PG medical courses:

  • NEET(PG) 2021
  • AIIMS(PG) 2021
  • JIPMER(PG) 2021

Cutoff

NEET PG Cut-off  2019, 2020

Category Cutoff percentile Cutoff marks 2019 Cutoff marks 2020
UR 50th 340 366
SC/ST/OBC 40th 295 319
UR – PH 45th 317 342
SC/ST/OBC – PH 40th 295 319

Job Titles, Area

Job titles of MS Ortho

  • Researchers
  • Consultants
  • Orthopedic Nurse
  • Physical Therapist
  • Orthopedic Surgeon
  • Orthopaedics Professor
  • Sports Medicine Physician

Area of Employment for MS Ortho

  • Sports team
  • Private and Public Hospitals
  • Orthopedic Treatment Centres
  • Orthopaedic Research Centres
  • Distributors for surgery & musculoskeletal Products

Few Best Books & Study Materials

Book Writer
Review of Orthopaedics Mark D. Miller
Low Back Disorders Stuart McGill
Practical Fracture Treatment Ronald McRae
Operative Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery Wiesel
Emergency Surgery of the Hand Michel Merle

 

FAQ’S

  • Q: What is the difference between D-Ortho and MS Ortho?
  • A: D. Ortho & MS Ortho both are Postgraduate course
  • Q: How is MS Orthopaedics?
  • A: MS Orthopaedics is one of the best-demanded course in the medical field.
  • Q: Which college is best for orthopedics?
  • A: AIIMS New Delhi & JIPMER is one of the best for MS Orthopaedics.

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