From the Academic year 2019-20, a new MBBS Curriculum has been announced and has been also brought into practice.
- The first Professional examination shall be held at the end of first Professional training (1+12 months), in the subjects of
- Human Anatomy
- A maximum number of four permissible attempts would be available to clear the first Professional University examination, whereby the first Professional course will have to be cleared within 4 years of admission to the said course
- Partial attendance at any University examination shall be counted as an availed attempt
- The second Professional examination shall be held at the end of second professional training (11 months), in the subjects of
- Forensic Medicine & Toxicology i.e. FMT has been moved to 3rd Professional
- Third Professional Part I examination shall be held at the end of third Professional part 1 of training (12 months) in the subjects of
- Community Medicine
- Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
- Third Professional Part II – (Final Professional) examination shall be at the end of training (14 months including 2 months of electives) in the subjects of
- General Medicine
- General Surgery
- Obstetrics & Gynaecology
- The disciplines of Orthopedics, Anesthesiology, Dentistry and Radiodiagnosis will constitute 25% of the total theory marks incorporated as a separate section in paper II of General Surgery.
- The discipline of Psychiatry and Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy (DVL). Respiratory Medicine including Tuberculosis will constitute 25% of the total theory marks in General Medicine incorporated as a separate section in paper II of General Medicine.
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