DNB is known as Diplomate of National Board, which is a Post-Graduate or Post-Doctoral equivalent program that comes up with a duration of 3 years (minimum of 20 hrs per week in 3 years). There are separate courses for different medical fields, which can be divided into Two Categories – DNB (Broad Specialities) and DNB (Super Specialities). The Age limit to pursue a DNB (Broad Specialities) is up to 50 years. During training, DNB candidates perform clinical work, maintain records, and perform emergency duties and other required duties. They are posted by rotation at various places and are also required to participate in academic meetings, present cases, reviews, seminars, etc. DNB trainees are also provided with a stipend during a training period. They are trained in various aspects based on their choice of specialization and get skilled in surgical procedures, practical assessment, managing emergencies, and having a thorough knowledge of the field from all aspects. There are more than 149 recognized Medical Colleges, in addition to over 325 accredited institutions that impart DNB in various specialties and super specialties. Diplomate of National Board is conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE).