Frequently asked question about M.S. in MAS Course

FAQ's about MS in Minimal Access Surgery Course
Yes, Sure you can decide your research and thesis topic of MS in Minimal Access Surgery yourself. Pick a topic that you can finish quickly. Every topic expands as you start writing, so pick something concise. In minimal access surgery, everyone wants to excavate a site or make the next big discovery. Rather than re-invent the wheel, choose something that is easy data where there is an established path. Your role is to push it forward or in a new direction. Don’t overextend with scope, funding, or time commitment. You want to make an impact, but if you spend years on your Master then you are sure to be disappointed when no one notices or cares. A Masters's thesis is not a professional standard, it is a competency test.
No! You don't need to go to University Campus. All the activity will be at World Laparoscopy Hospital under Dr. R.K. Mishra. Dr. Mishra is a professor of minimal access surgery at Singhania University.
Yes. Master's programs focused more on application than research typically require a thesis, although they may still give students the option. ... In place of a thesis, most applied master's programs require students to take part in at least one internship or complete a culminating project.
You don't need any prior experience to join before taking the Master in Minimal Access Surgery course. We start from scratch and all the basic skills will be taught during this course followed by advanced laparoscopic procedures.
The TOEFL is required only required for non-professional international students. If you have a degree in surgery or gynecology from an accredited university in your country, you do not have to take the TOEFL.
Yes, we take admission of international students for MS in the Minimal Access Surgery Program.
No, We have a scholarship exam for fellowship and a Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery course but we don't have a scholarship for MS in Minimal Access Surgery degree course. This course is a Singhania University Course so we can not grant a scholarship for this course.
No, We don't offer online MS in Minimal Access Surgery degree programs, Laparoscopy is a skill, which needs Hands-On training and it can not be learned online.
MS in Minimal Access Surgery thesis is generally 80-100 pages, not including the bibliography. However, the length will vary according to the topic and the method of analysis, so the appropriate length will be determined by you and your committee. Students who write a master's thesis generally do so over two years. If you will complete your thesis in two years, you will get a degree after submitting your thesis. In any case, without completing your research, and writing your thesis, you will not get MS in Minimal Access Surgery degree.
Singhania University is a Government Recognized university so all the degree issued by Singhania University is recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC).
As per Section 2(f) of the UGC Act 1956, University means University established or incorporated by or under a Central Act, a Provincial Act, or a State Act is completely valid. A University is created by an Act of Parliament or State Legislature. Its legality cannot be questioned by anyone. The validity of a University, created by an Act of Law, cannot be speculated upon or be at the mercy or hearsay of individuals.
No! MS in Minimal Access Surgery course does not come under the purview of MCI. This is a research based university qualification that is issued by a government-recognized university bur MCI does not control this course.
A master's thesis is a difficult task you have ever been undertaken. A thesis presents a work of scientific rigor. Before your thesis can be published, it has to go through extensive proofreading and you will end up making hundreds of corrections. Oftentimes, it is very frustrating and can be very stressful. But our faculty will help you do perform your research and help you to write your thesis.
Until we have received your complete application, we are not able to predict your chances of being admitted into the MS in Minimal Access Surgery program. The selection committee will consider all parts of every application submitted, including the essays and letters of recommendation. We want the best students in our Master's program, but we do not have a maximum or a minimum number of students that we accept each year.

Due to enrollment limits, World Laparoscopy Hospital does not find it possible to admit all applicants who meet the minimum entrance requirements.
Candidates must hold M.B; B.S or equivalent and at least 3 years post-registration experience in General surgery or Gynecology or degree of M.S or M.D for Indian candidates.

Doctors should have valid medical registration.
Overseas Doctors should have equivalent qualifications.
The course is a full-time program. The candidate has to spend initial three-month training at World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurugram, NCR Delhi. During these three months, they will get extensive "Hands-On" training at the laparoscopic lab of World Laparoscopy Hospital. They will also get the clinical attachment in various hospitals in New Delhi including World Laparoscopy Hospital. This three-month extensive training will be followed by a 9-month clinical attachment in their respective country or state. The course runs over one academic year from the date of admission. There are three terms, followed by three months for dissertation writing. The topic for a thesis should be carefully chosen by the candidate, either from an area of intended specialization or in preparation for an MD or MS thesis. A laboratory-based topic generally gives participants a higher degree of control than a clinical project. The course requires submission of an assignment at the end of each module and completion of a research project. Every week participants have the opportunity to help consultants with laparoscopic procedures in theatre. In addition, three hours of practical instruction must be attended, covering the full range of laparoscopic skills. Teaching skills are developed by assisting in various laparoscopic courses held by the World Laparoscopy Hospital.
Course Fee of MS in Minimal Access Surgery degree course is Rs 6,95,000 only for Indian Doctors and 15,000 USD for Overseas Doctors (Including Thesis Fee, University Registration Fee, Exam Fee, Study Material, Working Lunch, Lab Expenses, OT Dress and Local Transport). Candidates can pay the fee of the course on the first day at the time of joining the course.
The Singhania University has been established by the Govt. of Rajasthan, under Ordinance 6 of 2007. It is a UGC-recognized university as per Sec. 2f of the UGC Act 1956.

Singhania University is situated at Pacheri Bari, Distt. Jhunjhunu (Rajasthan) on the Delhi-Narnaul Singhana - Pilani Road. It is about 160 km. west of Delhi and about 165 km. north of Jaipur. The University can be reached either by rail or by road. The nearest railway stations are Narnaul (19 km.) and Chirawa (45 km.)

The campus that covers an area of about 30 acres of land is picturesque and away from the din of the metropolis. The serenity of the hill locks all around endow the campus with an ideal environment for education and research.
MS in Minimal Access Surgery Course degree course is affiliated with Singhania University. After successfully completing the course at World Laparoscopy Hospital, you will get MS in Minimal Access Surgery degree from Singhania University.
A thesis statement is a sentence that makes an assertion about a topic and predicts how the topic will be developed. A thesis statement makes a promise to the reader about the scope, purpose, and direction of the paper. It summarizes the conclusions that the writer has reached about the topic up to the level of master and so he is eligible for this master's degree.

Writing a thesis is an important part of the MS in Minimal Access Surgery postgraduate program. This gives the student the chance to use the research and writing skills that he or she learned in the program. Many students later publish their thesis papers as a way to gain a foothold in the field of minimal access surgery.

Yes, you will get a stipend during this course. Three-month Free Accommodation at WLH Campus and 30,000 Rupees/month stipend will be given.
Yes, You will have chances to do hands-on with our consultants in operation theatre during MS in Minimal Access Surgery degree course?
Yes, Three months of Free Accommodation at WLH Campus and 30,000 Rupees/month stipend will be given.
As a Master in Minimal Access Surgery Student, you will also get the opportunity to get Hands-on training in robotic surgery. We will allow you to work on the da Vinci robot during the Master in Minimal Access Surgery degree course.

 

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