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Training for FCPS

post graduation
post graduation

 

 

Three years training Programme for FCPS

 

a) FCPS on Medicine (With Course):-

i. Two years residency training in Internal Medicine

Or

One & a half year residency training in internal medicine & six months in any one of the

sub-specialities like: 1) Cardiology, 2) Nephrology, (3) Gastroenterology, (4) Neuro-

Medicine,  (5) Hepatology, (6) Endocrinology & Metabolism, (7) Pulmonology

and (8) Rheumatology. 06 (six) months training in Heamatology will also be accepted.

 

Or

One year residency training in internal medicine and one year residency training in any of

the two sub-specialities (six months in each) as mentioned above

 

ii. One year organized Academic Course.

 

Or

 

a) FCPS on Medicine (without course) :

 

 

 

Three years residency training in Internal Medicine of which one year must be after passing

FCPS Part –I

 

Or

 

Two & a half years residency training in internal medicine and six months in any of the

sub-specialty as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which two years residency training must be

after passing FCPS – I

Or

Two years residency training in internal medicine and one year residency training in any two of

the sub-specialities (six month in each  one) as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which one year

residency training must be after  FCPS Part –I.

 

 b) FCPS on For Surgery (With course):

 

 

 

 

 

i) Two years residency training in General Surgery

 

Or

 

One and a half years residency training in General Surgery and six months residency training in any

of the sub-specialities like (1) Orthopaedic Surgery, (2) Traumatology  (Casualty training  in DMC ,

SSMC and CMC, Chittagong), (3) Urology, (4) Neuro-surgery, (5) Plastic & Reconstructive

Surgery,  (6) Paediatric Surgery, (7) Cardio-Vascular  Surgery, ( 8) Thoracic Surgery and ( 9)

Colorectal Surgery.

 

ii) One year organized Academic course

 

b) FCPS on Surgery (without course) :

 

 

i) Three years residency training in General Surgery of which one year must be after passing FCPS  –I.

Or

Two and a half years residency training in General Surgery and six months residency training in any one

of the sub-specialties as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) of which one year residency training must be after

passing FCPS Part – 1.

 

c) FCPS on the remaining subjects (With Course):

 

 

 

i) Two years residency Training in respective subjects

ii) One year organized Academic Course.

Exceptions :-

 

 

1. In case of FCPS on Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation :-

 

i) Two years residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

Or

 

 

a) One and half years residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

b) Six months residency training in Medicine/Surgery/Orthopaedic-Surgery

/Neurology/Neuro-Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology /Paediatrics

ii) One year organized academic course.

2.  In case of FCPS on Dermatology & Venereology

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii)  One year residency training in Dermatology & Venereology

DDV Qualified Candidates from the university recognized by BMDC will get six months

training exemption from the total part of training in Dermatology & Venereology.

iii)      One year organized Academic Course.

 

3.  In case of FCPS on Anaesthesiology :

 

i) Two years training in Anaesthesiology.

DA qualified candidates from any University recognized by BMDC will get one year training

exemption from two years training in Anaesthesiology.

ii) One year academic course.

 

4. In case of FCPS on Haematology

i)    One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii)   One year residency training in Haematology

iii) One year organized Academic Course.

d)   For the remaining subjects (without course) :-

 

Three years residency training in respective subject of which one year residency training must be after

passing FCPS – I

 

Exceptions :-

 

1. In case of FCPS on Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation:-

 

i) Three years residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

 

Or

ii)  Two and half year’s residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

And

Six months residency training in Medicine/Surgery/Orthopaedic-

Surgery/Neurology/Neuro-Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology /Paediatrics. Out of this

three years residency training total one year residency training must be after FCPS – I

2.  In case of FCPS on Dermatology & Venereology

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii)  Two years residency training in Dermatology & Venereology. Out of this three years

residency training total one year residency training must be after FCPS – I

DDV Qualified Candidates from the university recognized by BMDC will get six months

training exemption from the total part of training in Dermatology & Venereology

 

3.  In case of FCPS on Anaesthesiology:  

i) Three years training in Anaesthesiology out of which one year must be after passing FCPS-I.

DA qualified candidates from any university recognized by BMDC will get one year training

exemption from the total  three years training in Anaesthesiology

 

4. In case of FCPS on Haematology

 

i)  One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii) Two years residency training in Haematology. Out of this three years residency training

in total one year residency training must be after FCPS – I.

   Four years training programme For FCPS:-

 

 

a) For FCPS on Medicine ( with course ):-

 

i) Three years residency training in Internal Medicine of which one year

residency training must be after FCPS – I

Or

Two & a half years residency training in Internal Medicine & six months

residency training in any one of the sub-specialities as mentioned in clause

IIIAa (i) of which one year residency training must be after FCPS – I

Or

Two years residency training in Internal medicine and one year residency

training in any of the two of the sub-specialities (six months in each) as

mentioned in clause IIIA (i) of which one year residency training must be

after FCPS – I.

 

Or

One and a half years residency training in Internal Medicine and one and a

half years residency training in any of the three sub-specialities (six

months in each) as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which one year

residency training must be after FCPS – I.

ii) One year organized Academic course.

 

  b) FCPS on Medicine (without course)

 

Four years residency training in Internal Medicine of which two years residency training

must be after passing FCPS Part – I.

 

Or

Three & a half years residency training in Internal Medicine and six months in any of the

sub-specialities as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which two years residency training

must be after passing FCPS Part – I.

 

Or

Three years residency training in Internal Medicine and one year residency training in

any two of the sub-specialities (six month in each) as mentioned in clause  IIIAa (i) of

which two years residency training must be after FCPS Part – I.

Or

Two and a half years residency training in Internal Medicine and one and a half years

residency training in any three of the sub-specialities (six months in each) as mentioned

in clause IIIAa (i) of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS – I.

 

Or

Two years residency training in Internal Medicine and two years residency training in

any four of the sub-specialities (six months in each) as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of

which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS Part – I.

 

c) For FCPS on Surgery (with course) :-

i) Three years residency training in general surgery  including Traumatology or

Orthopaedic Surgery of which one year residency training must be after passing

FCPS Part –1.

 

Or

Two and a half years residency training in general surgery and six months in Orthopaedic

Surgery or Traumatology as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) of which one year residency

training must be after passing FCPS Part –1

 

Or

Two years residency training in general surgery and one year residency training in any

two of the sub-specialties ( 06 months each) as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) including

six months in Traumatology or Orthopaedic Surgery of which one year residency training

must be after passing  FCPS-I.

 

ii)  One year organized Academic Course.

 

d) FCPS on Surgery (without course) :-

 

i) Four years residency training in General Surgery including Traumatology or Orthopaedic

Surgery of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS Part – I.

 

Or

Three and a half years residency training in General Surgery and six months residency

training in Orthopaedic Surgery/ Traumatology ( Casualty training of DMCH & SSMCH)  of

which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS Part –I.

 

Or

Three years residency training in General Surgery, six months residency training in

Orthopaedic Surgery/Traumatology and remaining six months residency training in any of

the  sub-specialities as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) of which two years residency training

must be after passing FCPS – I.

 

Or

Two and a half years residency training in General Surgery, six months residency training in

Orthopaedic Surgery/Traumatology and remaining one year residency training in any two of

the sub-specialites (06 months each) as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) of which two years

residency training must be after passing FCPS – I.

e)   For the remaining subjects (with course):-

 

i) Three years residency training in respective subject of which one year must be

after FCPS – I.

ii) One year organized Academic Course.

 

Exceptions:-

 

 1. In case of FCPS on Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

 

i) Three years training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Or

Two & half year’s residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

 

And

Six months residency training in Medicine/Surgery/Orthopaedic Surgery/Neurology/

Neuro Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology/Paediatrics. Out of the total three years

residency training one year must be after FCPS – I.

ii) One year Academic course.

2. In case of FCPS on Dermatology & Venereology

 

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (compulsory )

And

ii) Two years residency training in Dermatology & Venereology. Out of this total three

years residency training one year must be after FCPS – I.

iii) One year Academic course.

 

3. In case of FCPS on Anaesthesiology

i) 03 years training in Anaesthesiology.  Out of this 03 years training one year must be after

passing FCPS-I.

ii)  DA qualified candidates from any university recognized by BMDC will get one year

training exemption from three years training in Anaesthesiology.

iii)  One year academic course.

 

4. In case of FCPS on Haematology

 

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine ( compulsory )

And

ii)  Two years residency training in Haematology. Out of this total three years residency

training one year residency training must be after FCPS – I.

 iii) One year Academic course.

 

   f)  For the remaining subjects (without course) :-    

 

Four years residency training in respective subject of which two years residency training

must be after passing FCPS – I.

must be after passing FCPS – I.

 

 Exceptions:-

 

1. In case of FCPS on Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 

 

i) Four years training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Or

Three & half year’s residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

And

Six months residency training in Medicine/Surgery/Orthopaedic Surgery/Neurology/

Neuro Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology/Paediatrics. Out of the total four years

residency training two years residency training  must be after FCPS – I.

 

2. In case of FCPS on Dermatology & Venereology

 

i)  One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii) Three years residency training in Dermatology & Venereology. Out of this total four

years residency training two years must be after passing FCPS – I

 

3. In case of FCPS on Anaesthesiology

i) Four years training in Anaesthesiology. Out of 04 years training 02 years must be after

passing FCPS-I.

ii) DA qualified candidates from any university recognized by BMDC will get one year

training exemption from the total four years training in Anaesthesiology.

 

4. In case of FCPS on Haematology

 

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

And

ii)   Three years residency training in Haematology. Out of this four years training two years

must be after passing FCPS – I.

 

iii)    (a) Dissertation (three hard copies & one soft copy) : The dissertation in respect of Internal

Medicine,  Paediatrics, Psychiatry or Dermatology and Venereology shall include at least

3 illustrative case notes related to the subject. All dissertations must be submitted at least 3

months before the date of examination. An attested copy of the letter showing that his/her dissertation has been

accepted by the College must be submitted.

 

(b) In writing dissertation, the candidates are instructed to follow the rules and guidelines of

BCPS.

 

N.B. :- a)        Acceptance of dissertation will be considered as a prerequisite for appearing in the

examination.

b) Dissertation/Thesis which is already accepted for a post-graduate qualification will not be

considered.

c) Honorary training in District Sadar Hospital will not be accepted.

 

iV. For candidates appearing in Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology/Ophthalmology/Otolaryngology

who  completed training before introduction of Logbook will have to submit a list of 100 operations

performed/assisted by the candidate (as per proforma of the College) duly signed by the trainer

& Countersigned by the Head of the Institute/Hospital recognized by BCPS. Out of 100

operations 25 should be major.

V.  For candidates appearing in  Anaesthesiology  must submit a Certificate of  administering of at

least 500 cases of General Anaesthesia by the candidate duly signed by trainer & countersigned

by Head of the Institute/Hospital recognized by BCPS.  And a detailed list ( in duplicate) of at

least 100 case of General Anaesthesia administered by the candidate of which 50 of major

operations singed by the trainer & countersigned by the Head of the Institute/Hospital recognized

by BCPS.

 

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