FNB Onco-Anaesthesiology: Admissions, medical colleges, fees, eligibility criteria details

FNB Onco-Anaesthesiology: Admissions, medical colleges, fees, eligibility criteria details
FNB Onco-Anaesthesiology: Admissions, medical colleges, fees, eligibility criteria details

FNB Onco-Anaesthesiology or Fellow of National Board (FNB) in Onco-Anaesthesiology also known as FNB in Onco-Anaesthesiology is a doctoral
fellowship program for doctors in India that they do after completion
of their postgraduate medical degree course. The duration of the FNB course is
for 2 years.

The program enables the candidate
to work in a multi-disciplinary oncology team and learn the perioperative care of
oncology patients, management of critically ill oncology patients in ICU, learn
communication skills, interventional radiology procedures in oncology setup, anesthesia
for specialized oncology procedures like brachytherapy, learn skills of relevant
procedures, teaching, and research.

course is a full-time course pursued at various accredited institutes/hospitals
across the country, the top hospitals include Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and
Research Centre, New Delhi, Cancer Institute (WIA), Chennai, and more.

Candidates can get admission to 2 years FNB course after
successfully qualifying for the FET (Fellowship Entrance Test) examination which NBEMS conducts. FET is conducted annually as per the prescribed schedule. The
merit-based counselling for admissions to the FNB Programme after the conduct of FET is
administered by NBEMS.

fee for pursuing FNB Onco-Anaesthesiology varies from accredited
institute/hospital to hospital and is around Rs.1,25,000 per year.

completion of their respective course, doctors can either join the job market.
Candidates can take reputed jobs at positions as research fellows, Senior
residents, Consultants, etc. with an approximate salary range of Rs. 11 lakhs to
Rs. 30 lakhs per year.

Nomenclature of the FNB qualification awarded by the National Board of
Examinations in Medical Sciences is “Fellow of National Board”. The FNB
qualifications are recognized qualifications in terms of the Gazette
notification dated 10th August 2016.

What is FNB in Onco-Anesthesiology?

in Onco-Anaesthesiology is a two-year doctoral fellowship program that
candidates can pursue after completing a postgraduate degree.

The program enables the candidate
to work in a multi-disciplinary oncology team and learn the perioperative care of
oncology patients, management of critically ill oncology patients in ICU, learn
communication skills, interventional radiology procedures in oncology setup, anesthesia
for specialized oncology procedures like brachytherapy, learn skills of relevant
procedures, teaching, and research.

It deals with the study of different
super specialties and sub-specialty in the field of cancer prevention and cancer
treatment such as Surgical Oncology, Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology
Intervention Radiology w.r.t oncology, Pain and Palliative care, and other
allied sciences related to cancer patients.

At the end of the course, the
candidate would be able to function as a specialist onco-anaesthesiologist,
well-trained in the practice of onco- Anaesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Management,
with knowledge of Resuscitation of all acute or acute chronic conditions and
command over the core concepts of Palliative medicine.

The National
Board of Examinations (NBE) has released a curriculum for FNB Onco-Anaesthesiology.

curriculum governs the education and training of FNB Onco-Anaesthesiology.


Here are some of
the course highlights of FNB Onco-Anesthesiology

Name of Course

FNB Onco-Anesthesiology



Duration of

Two years

Course Mode

Full Time

Academic Requirement

Candidates must have a postgraduate medical Degree in DNB/MD Anaesthesia obtained from any college/university recognized by the Medical Council of India (Now NMC)/NBE. The feeder qualification mentioned here is as of 2022. For any further changes to the prerequisite requirement please refer to the NBE website.

Process / Entrance Process / Entrance Modalities

Entrance Exam (FET) 

Merit-based counselling administered by NBEMS

Course Fees

Rs.1,25,000 per year

Average Salary

Rs. 11 lakhs to Rs.30 lakhs per year

The eligibility criteria for FNB in Onco-Anesthesiology are defined as the set of rules or minimum prerequisites that aspirants must meet to be eligible for admission, which include:

Name of Fellowship course

Course Type

Prior Eligibility Requirement



DNB/MD Anaesthesia


· The feeder qualification for FNB Onco-Anesthesiology is DNB/MD Anaesthesia and is defined by the NBE
and is subject to changes by the NBE.

· The feeder qualification mentioned here is as of 2022.

· For any changes, please refer to the NBE website.

There is no upper age limit for training in NBEMS Fellowship courses.


The admission
process contains a few steps to be followed for the candidates for
admission to FNB. Candidates can view the complete admission process for FNB Onco-Anesthesiology
mentioned below:

FET is a qualifying-cum-ranking examination for
admission to Fellow of National Board (FNB)/Fellow of National Board – Post
Doctoral (FNB-PD) courses.The selection of a student will be through an MCQ-based examination namely Fellowship Entrance Test.A student can apply for the fellowship courses for
which his/her broad or super specialty qualification/ equivalent qualification
is eligible, at the time of online submission of the application form.The total duration of the question paper will be 105
minutes (Part A – 45 minutes and Part B – 60 minutes).QUALIFYING CRITERIA: Students who obtain a minimum of
50th Percentile in their respective question paper/specialty shall be
declared as “Qualified”.NBEMS shall declare a specialty-wise merit list i.e.,
there will be a separate merit list for each fellowship course. There shall not
be any equating/scaling and normalization. The merit shall be generated
strictly based on marks obtained by the student and the application of the
prescribed tie-breaking criteria.The admission to Fellowship courses in the
accredited hospitals shall be undertaken solely based on merit-based
counseling conducted by NBEMS.Documents required to be produced at the time of
counseling: MBBS Degree Certificate and MD/MS/DNB/DM/MCh/DrNB Degree
Certificate/Provisional Pass Certificate of eligible Post Graduate Medical
Qualification issued.

Fees Structure

The fee structure for FNB Onco-Anesthesiology varies
from accredited institute/hospital to hospital. The fee is generally less for
Government Institutes and more for private institutes. The average fee
structure for FNB Onco-Anesthesiology is around Rs.1,25,000 per year.

Colleges offering FNB Onco-Anesthesiology 

Various accredited institutes/hospitals
across India offer courses for pursuing FNB Onco-Anesthesiology.

As per the National Board of Examinations
website, the following accredited institutes/hospitals are offering FNB Onco-Anesthesiology courses for the academic year 2022-23.



No. of Accredited Seat(s) (Broad/Super/Fellowship)

Bhagwan Mahavir Cancer Hospital and Research Centre Jawahar Lal
Nehru Marg, Jaipur Rajasthan-302017

Onco- Anaesthesia


Cancer Institute (WIA) No:38, Sardar Patel Road, Adyar,
Chennai Tamil Nadu-600036

Onco- Anaesthesia


Indo-American Cancer Institute and Research Centre Road No.14,
Banjara Hills, Hyderabad Telangana-500034

Onco- Anaesthesia


Max Super Specialty Hospital 1,2, Press Enclave Road,
Saket, Delhi-110017

Onco- Anaesthesia


MVR Cancer Centre and Research Institute CP7/504 VELLALASSERI REC
(NIT) VIA CALICUT Kerala-673601

Onco- Anaesthesia


Narayana Superspecialty Hospital (A Unit of MMHRL) 120/1 Andul
Road, Howrah West Bengal-711103

Onco- Anaesthesia


Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre Sec-5, Rohini,
New Delhi Delhi-110085

Onco- Anaesthesia


Tata Medical Center 14 Major Arterial Road (E-W), Newtown,
Rajarhat, Kolkata West Bengal-700160

Onco- Anaesthesia


Tata Memorial Hospital (TMH) Dr. Ernest Borges Marg, Parel,
Mumbai Maharashtra-400012

Onco- Anaesthesia



FNB in Onco-Anesthesiology is a two years
specialization course that provides training in the stream of Onco-Anesthesiology.

The course content for FNB Onco-Anesthesiology is
given in the NBE Curriculum released by the National Board of Examinations, which
can be assessed through the link mentioned below:


Basic Sciences:

Clinical anatomy and physiology of various tissues, organs, and organ systems.

Clinical Anatomy and its clinical implications:

Systems: Respiratory, CVS, CNS (Brain, spinal cord, and cranial/spinal/peripheral
nerves and plexuses), GI Tract, Hepatobiliary, Urology,

Sensory and motor dermatome distribution and innervations

Physiology and its clinical implications:

Understanding various organ and system functional physiology and its clinical
implication in the perioperative period, critical care, advanced diseases, and
pain (acute and chronic)

Physiology related to Theories of anesthesia; Respiratory, cardiovascular, hepatobiliary, renal, and endocrine system, blood, muscle, and N-M junction, Nerve
impulse transmission, Cardiac conduction, regulation of temperature
and metabolism, stress response, cerebral blood flow, and ICP;

autonomic, and peripheral nervous systems; Metabolic response to stress
and trauma.

Physics in perioperative care in cancer patients: Physics for anaesthesiologists
including basics of oxygen therapy, equipment-related physics,
anesthesia workstations, and airway equipment.

Gas laws

Anaesthesia machine; machine check and assembly of necessary machine

Airway equipment including

Tracheostomy/Equipment for airway management-mask, SGAs, fibreoptic
endoscopes/laryngoscopes, video laryngoscopes; other devices

Combitube etc.

Breathing systems continuous flow systems, draw over the system.

Physics related to equipment used in anesthesia monitors, ventilators, vaporizers,
fiberoptics; Laser; Pacemaker and defibrillator; Monitoring equipment
used for assessment of cardiac functions, temperature, respiratory
functions, blood gases, intracranial pressure, depth of anesthesia
and neuromuscular block; Sterilization of equipment.

Fluidics; Electricity and diathermy


Pharmacology related to General Principles, concepts of pharmacokinetics and
pharmacodynamics; Drug interactions in anesthesiology, anaphylactoid
reactions; Drugs used for premedication, induction of anesthesia,
general anesthetics, intra-venous and inhalational, neuromuscular
block and reversal of muscle relaxants. Pharmacology of drugs
used in cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrine, renal diseases, and


General Pharmacological principles, the concept of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics.

Inhalational, intravenous anesthetics, drugs used in premedication, postoperative
pain, neuromuscular blocking drugs, and in the ICU, autonomic
drugs, vasopressors,s and vasodilators.

Drugs used for different diseases.

Drug Interactions in Anesthesiology.

Drugs used for spinal, epidural, and local anesthesia.

Interaction of drugs used in the perioperative period on cancer biology, cancer recurrence, and metastasis


To know details of anticancer chemotherapy drugs (Curative/palliative) Pharmacology
(pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics).

Various chemotherapy regimens and side effects profiles of chemotherapy agents.

Implications of chemotherapeutic drugs and their impact on anesthesia.related

Effects and toxicities of chemotherapeutic drugs.


Acid-base homeostasis with focus on cancer patients: Impact of cancer and its

Shock- pathophysiology, clinical diagnosis, and management

Fluids physiology, fluid assessment, blood and blood products, and management
in the perioperative period and critical care setup.

Monitoring in Anaesthesia with concepts of minimal and advanced monitoring.

Principles of oximetry, capnography, and neuromuscular monitoring.

Principles of different monitoring equipment used in the perioperative period and
critical care setup.

Safety in Anaesthesia equipment

Medical gases; storage and central pipeline system and cylinders.

Pulmonary function tests: principles, assessment and interpretations and its applications
in optimization and perioperative management.

Theoretical background on systemic disorders: Cardiovascular, respiratory, hepatobiliary,
Renal, Neurologic, Degenerative, Endocrine and Metabolic syndromes,
DIC, and ARDS.

Oxygen therapy.

Basics of various imaging modalities including X-rays, Ultrasound, MRI, CT Scan,
PET scan, and other relevant imaging for cancer patients.

Understanding the concept of cancer cellular and tissue biology

Basic and Advanced life support measures.

Temperature regulation and management in the perioperative period and effect on
oncology patients.

Airway assessment including history, examination, and imaging including the latest
advancements in airway management and assessment including Ultrasound
and reconstructed images, and virtual endoscopies.

Principles of mechanical ventilation including physics of ventilator, understanding
of loops and graphics, various ventilatory modes, initiations of
ventilation, and weaning.

Artificial ventilation, ventilators, currently used modes, choice of ventilators,
care of the patient on a ventilator.

Sterilization and disinfectants for various machines, equipment, and tools for
perioperative and critical care of cancer patients.

Acute and Chronic Pain: Pathophysiology and Management

Monitor and assess the depth of anesthesia.

Clinical Sciences:

Details related to appropriate pre-anesthetic checks of patients including history,
physical examination, examining the reports of relevant laboratory tests,
and imaging and their interpretation.

Patient assessment, anesthesia-related various scoring systems for assessment,
risk stratification, and prognostications.

General principles of premedication

Understand the problems and anesthetics implications of the various comorbid
conditions and situations including:

Endocrine disorders: Including Thyroid, pheochromocytoma, paraneoplastic

Chronic respiratory disease; respiratory crises situations

Hypertension and coronary artery disease

Congenital heart disease

Geriatric anesthetic problems

Anaesthesia in difficult situations/outside OR/remote locations/NORA:

including EBUS, MRI, CT Scans (especially about dye allergy
and embolization, Ultrasound-guided biopsies; endoscopic and airway-sharing
procedures including pulmonary interventions, GI interventions;
day care surgery, laser surgery, radiotherapy, neuroradiologic procedures.

Oncologic procedures for focused specialties: laparoscopic, robotic, neurosurgical,
neonatal, pediatric, gynecological, orthopedic, thoracic

surgeries including lung, mediastinum, and esophageal surgeries, chest
wall resection, and reconstructions), reconstructive plastic, head and neck, the base of the skull, and ENT procedures. It includes all relevant situations for
perioperative care and critical care management for cancer patients.

Recognize anesthetic problems in high-risk patients and select further investigations
and referrals for expert opinion for dealing with specific problems.
Further optimization is preparation for surgical interventions.

Perioperative care of peritoneal surface malignancies and Specialized procedures
like HIPEC, and PIPAC.

Perioperative care for emergency surgery, recognize perioperative complications,s and
institute therapy in oncology patients.

x. Nutrition in
critically ill patients by parenteral and enteral nutrition and preoperative
nutritional optimization.

xi. Understanding
of basics, assessment, optimization, and perioperative management of
associated comorbidities for oncologic surgeries: CADs,

disorders, Neurological disorders like stroke, hypertension, renal, hepatobiliary,
diabetes mellitus, chronic obstructive airway disease,

bronchial asthma, myasthenia gravis, obesity, paraplegia, neuromuscular
disorders, burns resuscitation and critical care, intensive

care management
of all assorted patients.

Perioperative management of cancer patients with Malignant hyperthermia,
myasthenia gravis, GB syndrome and other neuromuscular

obesity, COPD, Diabetes Mellitus, bronchial asthma, and hypertensive

xiii. Regional
anesthesia techniques- Learning of thoracic epidural catheter placement for
intraoperative and postoperative analgesia for thoracic and GI surgeries,
lumbar epidural, segmental block and paravertebral block, Spinal/Intrathecal
anesthesia, Combined spinal and epidural block,

Caudal block,
Peripheral Nerve block, Brachial plexus block by inter scalene, supraclavicular
and axillary approach, Intravenous regional anesthesia, and newer
fascial plane blocks. Including anatomy for various neural innervations, the decision for selection of an appropriate block, and administration using
anatomical landmarks, nerve stimulator, ultrasound, and fluoroscopy-guided interventions.

Understanding basics of various regional blocks including indications, contraindications,
method/steps, complications, and management, drugs, and adjuncts to
be administered for the blocks and their advantage, disadvantage, and

Perioperative and periprocedural procedures in neonates and children with cancers:
surgeries; biopsies; radiation therapies etc.

xvi. Anaesthetic
implication of coagulation disorders: impact of cancer and treatment on

xvii. Identify
conditions like difficult airways by following difficult airway algorithms.

Understanding the spectrum of critical illnesses requiring admission to ICU.

Understanding, initiation, and interpretation of various invasive and
noninvasive monitoring modalities in perioperative and critical care setup for a cancer

Understanding of pain assessment: Acute and chronic including physiology,
pathology, assessment, and management.

xxi. Acute Pain
management: pharmacological and non-pharmacological (interventions
and adjunct therapies). Organization of acute pain service

xxii. Chronic
Pain management: pharmacological and non-pharmacological (interventions
and adjunct therapies). Physiological changes secondary to Pain

xxiii. Principle
of patient-controlled analgesia and assessment of its efficacy

xxiv. Pain
control in concurrent medical diseases – COAD, IHD, bleeding tendency,

xxv. Practice
principles of management of cancer pain, the principle of management of non-cancer
neuropathic pain – phantom limb pain, post-herpetic neuralgia,
complex regional pain syndrome, trigeminal neuralgia. Principle of management of
non-cancer nociceptive pain – myofascial pain, lower back pain, intractable
angina, burns, chronic pancreatitis, PVD. Recognize complications
associated with each block and appropriate treatment of each.

xxvi. Palliation
in advanced cancers

Interventions for palliation in advanced/metastatic cancers like Pleural tap, ascitic tap,
pleurodesis, etc.

Neurolytic Blocks: Nerve and plexus blocks.

xxix. Principles
for insertion and management of implantable drug delivery pumps, nerve
stimulator implants; Stimulation techniques such as

electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), dorsal column stimulation, and
deep brain stimulation.

xxx. Chronic
pain syndromes: Understanding, pathology, assessment, and management
including pharmacological/non-pharmacological/adjunct modalities.

xxxi. Knowledge
about palliative care including care of the terminally ill, hospice
management, do not resuscitate orders, etc.

6. Anaesthetic
Considerations Specific for Oncology:

i. Theoretical
knowledge about pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer.

ii. To know
about various cancer treatment modalities

iii. Anaesthetic
Considerations in Onco-surgery

a. Elective
postoperative care in major oncological surgeries

b. Postoperative
care of emergency onco- surgery patients

c. Preoperative
optimization of critically ill onco patients

d. Patients with
multiple comorbidities

e. Major airway

f. Major tumor
and organ resections

g. Major
reconstructive procedures

h. Higher ASA
status patients

i. Delayed
postoperative sepsis

j. Analgesia and

k. Hemodynamic

l. Airway edema,
ventilatory management

m. Coagulation


o. Postoperative
Delirium and Agitation (POCD)

iv. Fluid
Management in Onco-surgery

a. Goal-directed
fluid therapy – near zero balance

b. Invasive
hemodynamic monitoring – CVP, IBP, Flotrac, CO, SVV, SVR, etc.

c. Optimal use
of vasopressors and inotropes – the low threshold for usage

d. Optimal use
of blood components.

v. Coagulation
Abnormalities and its effects on peri-operative management.

Thrombo-embolism and DVT Prophylaxis

vi. Difficult
Airway management:

vii. Temperature
Monitoring and Management

viii. ERAS

ix. ICU
admission of cancer patients: Open & Closed ICU setups for cancer patients

Identification of cancer patients benefiting ICU care

b. Factors
leading to delayed ICU admission (e.g., healthcare access, acuteness, and severity of
the disease, initial admission to a ward vs. the emergency department

c. Patients with
persistent multiple organ failure

x. Ventilatory

a. Lung
protective ventilation strategies – low tidal volume, optimal PEEP, low driving

b. Prevention of
VILI and VAP – closed suction, subglottic suction ET tubes

c. Early weaning

d. Customized
ventilation strategies for lung volume reduction surgeries

xi. Special
Concerns in CRS + HIPEC:

a. AKI (due to hemodynamic
compromise, cisplatin)

b. Pleural
effusion (reactive to peritonectomy of diaphragmatic surfaces)

Thrombocytopenia (cytotoxic chemotherapy drugs), dilutional coagulopathy

d. Electrolyte

e. Postoperative
ileus (correct electrolyte imbalance, use Alvimopan)

f. Sepsis

g. Pulmonary

xii. Special
Concerns in Flap Surgeries:

7. Monitoring:

Electrocardiogram with ST-segment analysis

ii. Noninvasive
blood pressure

iii. Capnograph:
values and changes in values and waveform.

iv. Pulse
oximetry: values and changes in values

v. Neuromuscular
blockade monitor

vi. Respiratory
gas monitors – MAC

vii. Invasive
arterial pressure: waveform and changes in the waveform

viii. Central
venous pressure: values and waveform

ix. Minimally
invasive cardiac output monitoring

x. Pulmonary
artery pressure: Values and waveforms, pulmonary capillary wedge tracing.

xi. Cardiac

xii. Mixed
venous oxygen saturation

xiii. Evoked

Transesophageal echocardiography: basic understanding

xv. BIS/Entropy
/EEG monitoring

8. Intensive

i. Respiratory

ii. Principles
of ventilatory management

iii. Non-invasive ventilation

iv. Pulmonary
edema –

v. Adult
respiratory distress syndrome

vi. Severe
asthma and COPD

vii. Respiratory
infections community and hospital-acquired

9. Principles of
Cardiac and Hemodynamic Management:

i. Hemodynamic
instability and shock

ii. Cardiac

iii. Acute
myocardial infarction

iv. Unstable

v. Severe heart

vi. Common
arrhythmias and conduction disturbances – Cardiomyopathies

vii. Cardiac

viii. Pulmonary

10. Oncology:

i. Oncology
emergencies like SVC syndrome, tumor lysis syndrome, etc.

ii. Anaesthetic
considerations of radiotherapy

iii. Acute pain
syndromes during oncology treatment

iv. Management
of chemotherapy-induced neuropathy


vi. Anaesthetic
considerations of chemotherapy

11. Renal:

i. Oliguria/

ii. Acute renal

iii. Renal
replacement therapy (RRT)

iv. Continuous

12. Metabolic
and Nutritional:

i. Fluid balance

ii. Electrolyte
balance and its disorders

iii. Acid-base

iv. Endocrine
disorders (including diabetes mellitus, acute adrenal insufficiency,
pituitary disorders, hyper, and hypothyroidism)

v. Nutrition in
critical illness

vi. Enteral and
Parenteral nutrition

vii. Monitoring
of nutrition


i. Disseminated
intravascular coagulation and other coagulation disorders


Hypercoagulable states and anticoagulation

iv. Haemolytic

v. Acute blood
loss and anemia

vi. Neutropenia

vii. Blood
component therapy

Immunological disorders

14. Infections:

i. Severe
infection due to aerobic and anaerobic bacteria

ii. Acute severe
viral infection

iii. Fungal and
parasites infections with sepsis and organ failure

iv. Nosocomial

v. Infection in
the immunocompromised host

vi. Tropical

Antimicrobial therapy

Gastrointestinal and hepatic disorders:

i. Prevention
and treatment of acute upper G.I. bleeding

ii. Management
of acute lower GI bleeding

iii. Perforated
viscus and Peritonitis

iv. Acute
hepatic failure and Ascites

16. Clinical
skills to be acquired:

i. Pre-anesthetic evaluation for elective and emergency oncosurgery

ii. Anaesthetic
and Perioperative management of various oncological conditions

iii. Intensive
Care for oncological patients (both surgical and medical)

iv. Palliation
and communication in oncology – Integration of Palliative Care including communication skills and end-of-life care (EOLC).

Career Options

After completing
FNB Onco-Anesthesiology, candidates will get employment opportunities in
Government and the Private sector.

In the
Government sector, candidates have various options to choose from which include
Junior research fellow, Teaching at academic medical centers, Consultants.

in the Private sector, the options are Fellow (Onco-Anesthesiology), Junior research fellow,
Senior Research fellow (Onco-anesthesiology), and Consultants.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) –FNB Onco-Anesthesiology
Course/ FNB in Onco-Anesthesiology Course

 Question: What is the full form of FNB?

Answer: The full form of FNB
is Fellow of National Board.

Question: What is FNB Onco-Anesthesiology?

Answer: FNB in Onco-Anesthesiology
or Fellow of National Board in Onco-Anesthesiology is a doctor fellowship course for doctors in
India that they do after completion of their postgraduate medical
degree course.

Question: What is the duration of FNB in Onco-Anesthesiology?

Answer: FNB in Onco-Anesthesiology
is a doctoral fellowship program of two years.

 Question: What is the eligibility of FNB in Onco-Anesthesiology?

Answer: The candidate must have a postgraduate medical Degree in DNB/MD Anaesthesia obtained from any college/university recognized by the Medical Council of India (Now NMC)/NBE. The feeder qualification mentioned here is as of 2022. For any further changes to the prerequisite requirement please refer to the NBE website.

Question: What is the scope of FNB Onco-Anesthesiology?

Answer: FNB Onco-Anesthesiology offers candidates
various employment opportunities and career prospects.

Question: What
is the average salary for an FNB Onco-Anesthesiology candidate?

Answer: The FNB Onco-Anesthesiology candidate’s
average salary is between Rs. 11 lakhs to Rs. 30 lakhs per year depending on
the experience.

Question: Can you teach after completing FNB Onco-Anesthesiology

Answer: Yes,  the candidate can teach in a medical
college/hospital after completing the fellowship program.

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