Clinical Embryology Courses Admission 2019 MSc Fees PG

Clinical Embryology Courses Admission 2019 in India Online Form Career in MSc in Embryology from Manipal University to get jobs in UAE Qatar msc clinical embryology through distance learning.

Clinical Embryology Courses Admission 2019 Termed as career in embryology you can get PG Diploma in Clinical Embryology (1 Year - Regular) Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Kolkata, Ahmadabad, Baroda, Kerala, Chandigarh and Cochin. The course offered by CARE is a full time Postgraduate Diploma (one year duration).

PG Diploma in Clinical Embryology Admission :- Through Manipal University You May do M.Sc in Clinical Embryology from Kasturba Medical college.

One to one training with free online journals related to clinical embryology for research and training.
Centralised University facility for various research and training.

20 May '18 Last Date to Apply
08 Aug '18 Course commencement date

Clinical embryology career details- The nine-month Clinical Embryology and Assisted Reproductive Technology course will give students a firm grounding in the theory and practical aspects of embryology and ART. Students who complete this course will be immediately absorbed into the industry.The importance and need for the course was also realized by the University Grants Commission which has sanctioned a budget of about Rs.50-60 lakh for this innovative post-graduate diploma programme. In fact this area will provide opportunities to trained individuals for at least 10 years now.

Clinical embryology salary

There is a great demand for embryologists from India in countries such as the United Arab Emirates and Qatar The starting salary for embryologists is around Rs. 30,000 per month.

There are about 500 IVF centers in the country but there are only about 100 trained professionals. “Most embryologists end up becoming only lab technicians.

This course will provide students all the theory that they need to know about the allied subjects.

According to the National data of Assisted Reproduction in India (NARI), 2001-2005, published by ISAR (The Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction), a large number of IVF pregnancies (more than 40 per cent) end up in miscarriages as compared to five per cent in Western countries.

It is to bridge this gap between supply and demand and make sure our embryologists are able to look at the bigger picture and avoid failures that we have launched this course,” reiterated Dr. Ravindranath.

ART Y. Ravindranath, Senior Embryologist & Scientific Director, Momsoon Fertility and IVF Centre