FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME AT CHITWAN MEDICAL COLLEGE

Fellowship Training is obtained in one of the focused areas of a specific specialty or subspecialty.

The ultimate goal of fellowship training is to build a cadre of experts in a focused area. It is to be understood that the primary training objective of any fellowship is to impart advanced interpretive as well as interventional expertise, beyond that which is attainable during residency.

A fellowship program grants the opportunity to master the skills, gain progressive autonomy and have access to further mentorship.


A full three-year academic fellowship, allows a fellow to tailor the training to coincide with personal interests and future practice goals. A hallmark of the full three-year academic fellowship program is the incredible diversity and refinement of the training experience, thus considerably raising the standard of patient care. The robust clinical experience and the didactic instruction equips fellows to meet the challenges of managing highly specialized case scenarios.


A fully academic 3-year fellowship in Pulmonary & Critical Care, Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery and Cardiology has been initiated for the first time in the history of Nepal at Chitwan Medical College. Fellowship in Pulmonary & Critical Care at Chitwan Medical College (FCMC) started in 2017. Fellowship in Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery and Fellowship in Cardiology has been initiated in Chitwan Medical College from 2018. All three fellowships are recognized by Nepal Medical Council (equivalent to DM/MCH) and the degrees for all three fellowships are awarded by Lincoln University, Malaysia. There is no tuition fee for the candidates and a stipend of 65,000 NRS per month is provided to the candidates. Fellows of all three fellowship programmes will be sent for elective posting in a high volume centre outside Nepal.For application Details Click Here

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