Neonatal Intensive Care

Neonatal Intensive Care


A Neonatal Intensive Care fellowship typically requires a medical degree, as it involves advanced training in the specialized field of neonatology. After completing medical school and a pediatric residency, aspiring neonatologists pursue a fellowship to gain in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience in caring for critically ill newborns.

The fellowship duration can vary but usually lasts around three years. During this time, fellows work closely with experienced neonatologists, engage in clinical rotations, and conduct research in the field. The goal is to develop expertise in managing a range of neonatal conditions, from premature births to congenital abnormalities.

Upon successful completion of the fellowship, individuals often receive a certificate of completion and are well-equipped to pursue a career as a neonatologist in hospitals or academic institutions. It's a challenging but incredibly rewarding path for those passionate about the well-being of newborns.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Pass in MD / DNB in Paediatrics from an Institution / University recognized by National Medical Commission.
  • Pass in Diploma in Child Health (DCH) from an Institution / University recognized by National Medical Commission.

Admission Process

  • Apply online¬†
  • Based on interview.
  • Provisional admission letter to shortlisted candidates.
  • Reporting to the institute for admission formalities.


1 year (MD / DNB) &
18 months (DCH)