MMST program offered by School of Medical Science and Technology (SMST) imparts science & engineering skills to medical professionals & train them for the state-of-the-art medical research in frontier areas of Medical imaging and Image Analysis, Molecular Imaging, Biomateria1s and Implants, Biomedical Instrumentation, Earty Detection of Cancer, Biophysics. Immuno-technology & lmmunotherapeuties, Recombinant DNA Technology, Medical Statistics, Telemedicine,
Bomedical Simulation, Biosensors & Point-of-Care Diagnostics, Clinical Biomakers. Discovery and Personalized Medicine. Regenerative Medicine, Cardiovascular Research, Wound research and so on. After the completion of this course the medical professionals become well equipped to fill the void that separates the medical sciences from advanced technology.
Post Graduate Program of duration: 3 years (4 semesters of course work with one year project)
Assistantship of Rs. 25,000/- per month.
10 hours per week of service to B.C.Roy Technology Hospital of the Institute.
Commencement of Online Application 22nd May 2020
Website closure for submission of Online Application Form and Hard copy must reach
The Head, School of Medical Science & Technology, IIT Kharagpur
21 st June 2020 17th July 2020
Date of Admit Card Issued
26 th June 2020
Date of Examination
18 th July 2020 (Saturday) 8th August 2020
School of Medical Science and Technology (SMST)
Kharagpur - 721302, West Bengal, India
Phone: 03222-282220/ 282221
Correspondence regarding MMST 2020 counselling
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