Doctorate of Medicine in Nephrology

Doctorate of Medicine in Nephrology


The DM in Nephrology is a specialized postgraduate medical degree that focuses on the diagnosis and management of kidney-related disorders.

To be eligible for a DM in Nephrology program, candidates usually need to have a recognized medical degree (MBBS) and completed a postgraduate qualification in Internal Medicine or General Medicine (MD or DNB). Some programs may also require relevant clinical experience.

The curriculum for DM in Nephrology covers a range of topics related to nephrology, including: Renal Physiology and Pathology, Nephrological Investigations, Chronic Kidney Disease Management, Renal Replacement Therapy, Hypertension and Electrolyte Disorders, Pediatric Nephrology, Research Methodology, etc.

DM in Nephrology programs typically involve clinical rotations and hands-on training in hospitals or medical centers with nephrology units. Practical experience is essential for developing expertise in managing a wide range of kidney-related conditions.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Pass in MD Gen Medicine or MD Paediatrics degree from an Institution / University recognized by National Medical Commission.
  • Candidates holding foreign degree must be registered practitioners in the Country from where they have obtained their degree and MUST obtain a temporary registration certificate from National Medical Commission.

Admission Process

  • Qualify in SS NEET for the academic year for details visit
  • Registration & Option entry by candidates on
  • Online counselling & seat allotment by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).
  • Reporting to the institute for admission formalities.


3 Years