SELECT * FROM `su_courses` WHERE `is_deleted` = '0' AND `course_url` = 'md-pathology' AND `is_deleted` = '0'SELECT * FROM `su_menu_programme` WHERE `is_deleted` = '0' AND `id` = '1' MD Pathology- Fees, Eligibility, Syllabus, Admission, Career



  • Program Code


  • Level

    Post Graduate

  • Duration

    3 Years


MD in Pathology at Sharda University is a three-year postgraduate degree related to the field of medicine and diagnostics (the study of disease). Pathology is the branch of science which concentrates on the effects, processes, development and causes of diseases. The curriculum includes subjects like Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology, Medical Genetics, and Neuroscience. The programme addresses the central three components of disease – the cause, mechanism of development or origin, results of changes. The branch deals with the research of diagnostic, testing and treatment methods with the help of genetic technologies for patient care and prevention of diseases.

The programme aims to train students to perform high-quality diagnosis in any specified clinical condition using appropriate and proper samples of tissue, blood, body fluid, etc., and recommend treatment options based on the diagnosis. This enables students to pursue clinical and laboratory-based research helping them in research-based studies on terminal diseases. MD Pathology course also encourages students to develop their competence to diagnose necessary pathological conditions in various fields such as histopathology, cytopathology, haematology, and immunopathology.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

The learning objectives in the cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains are:

Cognitive Domain

PEO1. Diagnose routine and complex clinical problems on the basis of histopathology (surgical pathology) and cytopathology specimens, blood and bone marrow examination and various tests of Laboratory Medicine (clinical pathology, clinical biochemistry) as well as Blood Banking (Transfusion Medicine).

PEO2. Interpret and correlate clinical and laboratory data so that clinical manifestations of diseases can be explained.

PEO3. Correlate clinical and laboratory findings with pathology findings at autopsy, identify miscorrelations and the causes of death due to diseases (apart from purely metabolic causes).

PEO4. Should be able to teach Pathology to undergraduates, postgraduates, nurses and      paramedical staff including laboratory personnel.

PEO5. Plan, execute, analyse and present research work.

PEO6. Make and record observations systematically and maintain accurate records of tests and their results for reasonable periods of time. Identify problems in the laboratory, offer solutions thereof and maintain a high order of quality control.

PEO7. Capable of safe and effective disposal of laboratory waste.

Affective Domain

PEO8. Should be able to function as a part of a team, develop an attitude of cooperation with colleagues, and interact with the patient and the clinician or other colleagues to provide the best possible diagnosis or opinion.

PEO9. Develop communication skills to word reports and professional opinion as well as to interact with patients, relatives, peers and paramedical staff, and for effective teaching.

Psychomotor Domain

PEO10. Able to perform routine tests in a Pathology Laboratory including grossing of specimens, processing, cutting of paraffin and frozen sections, making smears, and staining.

PEO11. Able to collect specimens by routinely performing non-invasive out-patient procedures such as venipuncture, finger-prick, fine needle aspiration of superficial lumps and bone-marrow aspirates, and provide appropriate help to colleagues performing an invasive procedure such as a biopsy or an imaging guided biopsy.

  1. Program Outcomes (PO’s)

Cognitive domain

A post graduate student upon successfully qualifying in the MD (Pathology) examination should have acquired the following broad theoretical competencies and should be:

PO1. Capable of offering a high quality diagnostic opinion in a given clinical situation with an appropriate and relevant sample of tissue, blood, body fluid, etc. for the purpose of diagnosis and overall wellbeing of the ill.

PO2. Able to teach and share his knowledge and competence with others. The student should be imparted training in teaching methods in the subject which may enable the student to take up teaching assignments in Medical Colleges/Institutes.

PO3. Capable of pursuing clinical and laboratory based research. He/she should be introduced to basic research methodology so that he/she can conduct fundamental and applied research.

Affective domain

PO4. The student will show integrity, accountability, respect, compassion and dedicated patient care. The student will demonstrate a commitment to excellence and continuous professional development.

PO5. The student should demonstrate a commitment to ethical principles relating to providing patient care, confidentiality of patient information and informed consent.

PO6. The student should show sensitivity and responsiveness to patients’ culture, age, gender and disabilities.

Psychomotor domain  At the end of the course, the student should have acquired skills, as described below:

PO7. Given the clinical and operative data, the student should be able to identify, and systematically and accurately describe the chief gross anatomic alterations in the surgically removed specimens and be able to correctly diagnose at least 80% of the lesions received on an average day from the surgical service of an average teaching hospital.

PO8. Independently prepare and stain good quality smears for cytopathologic examination

PO9. Describe accurately the morphologic findings in the peripheral and bone marrow smears, identifying and quantitating the morphologic abnormalities in disease states and arriving at a correct diagnosis in at least 90% of the cases referred to the Haematology clinic, given the relevant clinical data

PO10. Be able to perform immuno-histochemical staining using paraffin section with at least one of the commonly used antibodies (Cytokeratin or LCA) using PAP method

Course Fee
For National Students
1st Year 1368025
For International Students
Fee Per Semester Fee Per Year
Eligibility Criteria
For National Students
  • As per NMC  Guidelines Must be NEET Qualified and allotted through UPDGME Uttar Pradesh Lucknow.
For International Students The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.
Course Reruirement
  • As per NMC  Guidelines Must be NEET Qualified and allotted through UPDGME Uttar Pradesh Lucknow.
Career path you can choose after the course
  • Consultants
  • Medical Examiner
  • Professors
  • Cytotechnologist
  • Mortuary Assistant
  • Dermatopathologist
  • Health Care Workers
  • Forensic Technician
  • Medical Lab Technician
  • Apollo Hospitals
  • National Institute of Health
  • Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
  • Food and Drug Administration
  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences
  • Dr. Lal Path Labs
  • Intelligence Bureau
  • Central Bureau of Investigation
  • Asian Institute of Medical Sciences
  • Medanta
  • Max Health Care
  • Sharda Hospital
  • Lotus labs private ltd
  • HCG


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    Aprajita Laroia

    “Work as a team”, “Always strive to do better”, “Try try till you succeed”and “VASUDEV KUTUMBHKAM” have been the mottos that have been inculcated in us since day one at SMS &R. Being in campus, I have been part of variety of co-curricular activities ranging from annual fest “CHORUS” to CME programmes which have just helped me and everybody around to grow and learn for the further life. From the brilliant academic support provided to us by the faculty to the never ending lists of platforms we get to showcase our talent.

    MBBS, 2012

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    Dr. Garima Goyal

    Pursuing my postgraduate (MD) from Sharda University has been a great experience. The medical school and the hospital are both beautifully constructed and adept for providing the rigorous training that this course demands. The regularly held seminars, presentations, CMEs and conferences have led us to be exposed to the upcoming trends and new technologies in use today. We are taught not only the theoretical aspect but also encouraged for practical skill development and skill diversification here.

    M.D., 2013

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    Dr. Agrima Bhatia

    The excellence of faculty, strength of infrastructure & facilities, commitment to education have placed our medical school at the forefront of medical education. My journey from the dissection hall to the patient's bedside has been amazing. I have been blessed with the best faculty who nurtured us as saplings.

    MBBS, 2009

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    Anisha Kwatra

    Winning Maruti Suzuki Autocross Delhi for 4 consecutive years and Chevrolet Seed sprint in 3 states of North India, today I am on a dream drive with stethoscope around my neck. I could accelerate both my careers without brakes only with the help annd support form the administration and faculty of SMS&R. This college has some of the best teachers, highly qualified and devoted, putting in all the effort to clear smallest of concepts, paying individual attention. I am glad i chose SMS&R.

    MBBS, 2011

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    Dr. Arpit Jain

    I can honestly say that joining SMSR was the best decision I've ever made. Along with the excellent infrastructure, our teachers, who are also our personal mentors, have moulded us in the best possible way to be excellent doctors. Being in campus, I have also been a part of Kartavya, an NGO in the university, where we teach the underprivileged children. It has truly been an experience that has made me grow as an individual.

    MBBS, 2012

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    Ashmita phuka

    SMSR did not only help me excel academically to persue my dream to become a doctor but also gave me a platform to showcase my skills and talents. We were not only blessed with an excellent and experienced faculty but also with an environment and crowd where we found our companions and friends who became family in no time. I am extremely grateful for this journey as I get out as a doctor and a confident individual ready to conquer the challenges ahead and make a difference in the society.

    MBBS, 2015

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    Rishab gupta

    The journey of a medical undergraduate is really grueling and cannot be walked alone. At SMSR I found like-minded and sincere companions who made the journey easy, and I was shepherded by excellent teachers who were my guiding lights. The path itself was peppered with numerous opportunities -both academic and extra-curricular, waiting to be seized. Countless CMEs, conventions and competitions helped me realize my talents which even I didn't even know that I possessed. All these activities along with an amazing campus made the whole experience indelible as well as incredibly rewarding for me.

    MBBS, 2015

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