MBBS Course overview


For MBBS degree, a total of 100 students are going to be enrolled in the institute, from NEET Examinations. The duration of graduation course is four and half academic years. Which will be divided into three phrases.

Pre-Clinical Phase - Duration is one year (I & II Semesters)

During this phase students will be taught subjects of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry. Community medicine will also be introduced during phase. After passing all the three subjects the students will go in the Para-clinical phase



Para-Clinic Phase - Duration is one and half years (Semester IIIrd to Vth)

This phase have the subjects of Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Forensic Medicine & Toxicology and Community Medicine. After passing all of these subjects students will enter the clinical phase.



Clinical Phase - Two academic year

During this period the subjects like Orthopaedics, Opthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, Community Medicine, General Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatrics are being taught. The concurrent phase is important in the basic understanding of Clinical subjects. The university examination are conducted in two phases i.e. part I & part II , The teaching and training requirement includes all aspects of patient care and Health. Final Prof- part I examination includes first three subjects and next four subjects are considered in Final Prof-part II exams.

Intership - One Year Compulsory Rotatary Hospital Posting

On successful completion of graduate course, all students have to undertake one year's rotatary internship. The students are awarded the M.B.B.S degree only after satisfactory completion of internship. The internship programme is aimed at providing practical training in patient-care and health care of community. Students are required to maintain internship diary, which is required to be signed by Medical Officer in charge and Head of the Department. Duly signed internship diary is to be submitted before the internship certificate is issued.