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Doctorate of Medicine (DM) in Nephrology is a full-time doctorate level course. This course consists of 6 semesters with a duration of 3 years. Nephrology is a study about normal kidney function and kidney disease, kidney transplantation and treatment of kidney disease etc. It covers systemic conditions affecting the kidney such as diabetes and autoimmune diseases and other systemic problems that cause problems are made. A physician who has studied nephrology programs and taken additional training and become certified in nephrology is called a nephrologist. As a minimum criterion of eligibility, such aspirants need to have completed Doctor of Medicine (MD) in any branch of medicine. A minimum aggregate score of 55% (50% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) at the level of post-graduation and 1- year compulsory rotating internship. The average annual course fee in India ranges between INR 5,000 and 20 lakhs, depending upon the institute offering the course. The average annual salary offered in India to successful postgraduates of the course ranges between INR 5 and 30 lakhs, depending upon the candidate’s expertise in the field. DM in Nephrology: Entrance Exams Popular Entrance Exams for DM Nephrology 1) NEET PG. 2) AMU ET. 3) MAHE ET. 4) IPU ET. 5) DU MEE. 6) NIMHNS ET. DM in Nephrology: Job Profiles Some of top job profiles are: • Nephrology Specialist • Product Manager • Dialysis Medical Officer • Junior Resident • Nephrologist DM in Nephrology: Employment Areas Nephrologists find work across: • Nephrology departments of hospitals • Kidney and dialysis centers • General medical centers • Nephrology healthcare service facilities. • Nephrology-based consultancies. • Private clinics. • Medical schools and colleges. • Nephrology-based research.

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