Newly introduced, full-time, 2-year (4 semesters) postgraduate program that offers in-depth training in diverse areas of mammalian development such as reproductive physiology, embryogenesis, implantation, contraception, reproductive toxicology, and teratology. The course involves interactive lectures, group discussions, open electives, one-to-one training, exposure to cutting-edge techniques, journal discussions, and regular interactions with eminent scientists of international repute. Students also have the opportunity to experience cutting-edge research on the fundamental aspects of developmental biology. Industry academia partnership allows students to avail of internship opportunities that will prepare them to take up cutting-edge industry-oriented research. The candidates will have a variety of next-step destinations such as higher studies for doctoral degree (Ph.D.), a scientific officer in industries/pharmaceutical companies/R&D laboratories, or academic positions. Campus selection will be organized to provide enough placement opportunities to students. The course is provided under Division of Clinical Embryology, Department of Reproductive Science, KMC, 365体育投注--官网直营网站@.

Course structure:

Semester I

Semester II

Basic Cell Biology and Fundamentals of Reproductive Biology

Conception and Contraception, Reproductive Toxicology

Semester III

Semester IV

Development Biology and Teratology

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Key Dates & Deadlines


May 15 24

May ' 24

Last date to Apply


Tentative Course Commencement Date


2 years (4 semesters)


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