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MD Aviation Medicine; Admission Procedure

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Aerospace Medicine

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Admission to Post Graduate Course: MD (Aviation Medicine)

General Guidelines

1. Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Bangalore, a premier Institute under the Indian Air Force, Conducts Medical Council of India (MCI) recognised MD in Aviation Medicine Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka.

2.Admission to the course is based on written test and interview to be held at the Institute as per details below.

3. Duration of the course is three years.


1. Every candidate for the degree of MD (Av Med) must possess a degree of MBBS from a recognised University (MCI recognised) and must be registered with the State Medical Council.

2. The candidates seeking admission to the course could obtain the prospectus and application form from the Institute of Aerospeace Medicine, Bangalore, either by hand or by post after submitting a Demand Draft for Rs.500/- (Rupees Five hundred only) in the name of Chairman Selection Committee, IAM, payable at Bangalore.

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