Diplomate of National Board (General Medicine) | DNB (General Medicine)


Affiliating Body

The program is affiliated to the National Board of Examinations (NBE).

Student Intake

3 students per year

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Key Information


  • Case presentations & discussion weekly.
  • Weekly seminars.
  • Journal club meetings every week.
  • Grand round presentation by rotating departments and subspecialties each week.
  • Monthly faculty lectures.
  • Clinical audits conducted monthly.
  • Trainees are expected to create a poster and deliver at least one oral presentation during their training period in a recognized conference.


  • Comprehensive training with access to various medical departments and specialties.
  • Emphasis on evidence-based medicine and research.
  • Experienced faculty with a patient-centric approach to teaching.

Program Outcome

DNB (General Medicine) Post Graduates can opt

  • For super-specialty courses, teach in medical colleges, or practice in high-end hospitals.
  • To set up an independent practice or join multi-specialty hospitals as Junior Consultants


  • Goal: At the end of three year training is to enable the individual to function as a junior consultant in the field of general medicine with an analytic and ethical mind with the purpose of differentiating between necessary and unnecessary preventive , diagnostic and curative health care. He should be able to provide preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative medical care.
  • The curriculum is prescribed by the National Board of Examinations. Please visit the following link to view the details.