MS General Surgery Seats in India 2022

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Total MS General Surgery Seats in India 2022 in All India Quota of NEET PG = 1057

MS general surgery is a three-year postgraduate program that can be pursued by candidates who wish to become surgeons in future. In order to study MS General surgery, a student should pass the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S) along with one year of the internship experience.

Out of total 11,120 PG seats available via NEET PG, MS General Surgery Seats in India were 1057.

In terms of number of seats by PG specialty, maximum number of PG seats which were available was MD General Medicine (1156), here are the top 5 PG specialties in India by number of seats:

  1. MD General Medicine (1156)
  2. MD Anesthesiology (1133)
  3. MS Gen Surg (1057)
  4. MS Obstetrics and Gynaecology (1009)
  5. M.D. Paediatrics (822)

College wise MS General Surgery Seat in India

Branch Wise PG Seats in India (All India Quota)

Below are Branch Wise PG Seats in India (All India Quota):

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