M. Sc. (Medical Anatomy)

  • Syllabus
  • Scheme of Examinations
  • Ordinance
  • Eligibility
  • Fee Structure
Course Name : M. Sc. (Medical Anatomy)​
Faculty Name : Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences​
Annual Intake:  10
Duration of Course : 3 years

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Distribution of Marks

  1. M.Sc. (Medical Anatomy)

1st Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ.

Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0102101

Basics of Anatomy

100

20

20

140

0102102

Basics of Physiology

100

20

20

140

0102103

Basics of Biochemistry

100

20

20

140

0102104

Biostatistics & Research Methodology

80

20

-

100

0102105

Basics of Anatomy (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0102106

Basics of Physiology (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0102107

Basics of Biochemistry (Practical)

40

20

-

60

Total

500

140

60

700

2nd Year

  1. Course prescribed in the 3rd year will be taught in both 2nd & 3rd years, but there will be no formal examination in 2nd year.
  2. The student will conduct Research, collect literature for Dissertation, and give seminars during second year.

3rd Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ. Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0102301

Anatomy as Applied to Various Clinical Disciplines Including Radiological & Forensic Medicine

75

 

 

 

 

60

 

 

 

 

40

100

0102302

Gross Human Anatomy, Comparative Anatomy & Statistics

75

100

0102303

Developmental & Microanatomy

75

100

0102304

Neuroanatomy & Recent Advances in Anatomy

75

100

0102305

Anatomy (Practical)

150

50

-

200

Total

450

110

40

600

  1. M.Sc. (Medical Physiology)

1st Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ.

Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0103101

Basics of Anatomy

100

20

20

140

0103102

Basics of Physiology

100

20

20

140

0103103

Basics of Biochemistry

100

20

20

140

0103104

Biostatistics & Research Methodology

80

20

-

100

0103105

Basics of Anatomy (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0103106

Basics of Physiology (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0103107

Basics of Biochemistry (Practical)

40

20

-

60

Total

500

140

60

700

2nd Year

  1. Course prescribed in the 3rd year will be taught in both 2nd & 3rd years, but there will be no formal examination in 2nd year.
  2. The student will conduct Research, collect literature for Dissertation, and give seminars during second year.

3rd Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ. Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0103301

CVS, Blood & Lymph, Skin & Temperature Regulation

75

 

 

 

 

 

60

 

 

 

 

 

40

100

0103302

Respiratory System, Endocrine, Reproduction, Family Planning, and Physiology of Pregnancy

75

100

0103303

Central Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System & Special Senses

75

100

0103304

General Physiology, Muscle & Nerve Physiology, Biophysics, Gastrointestinal System, Renal Physiology

75

100

0103305

Physiology (Practical)

150

50

-

200

Total

450

110

40

600

1.3       M.Sc. (Medical Biochemistry)

1st Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ.

Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0104101

Basics of Anatomy

100

20

20

140

0104102

Basics of Physiology

100

20

20

140

0104103

Basics of Biochemistry

100

20

20

140

0104104

Biostatistics & Research Methodology

80

20

-

100

0104105

Basics of Anatomy (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0104106

Basics of Physiology (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0104107

Basics of Biochemistry (Practical)

40

20

-

60

Total

500

140

60

700

2nd Year

  1. Course prescribed in the 3rd year will be taught in both 2nd & 3rd years, but there will be no formal examination in 2nd year.
  2. The student will conduct Research, collect literature for Dissertation, and give seminars during second year.

 

3rd Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ. Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0104301

General Biochemistry & Instrumentation

75

 

 

 

 

60

 

 

 

 

40

100

0104302

Metabolism & Nutrition

75

100

0104303

Clinical Biochemistry

75

100

0104304

Molecular Biology, Biotechnology & Recent Advances in Clinical Biochemistry

75

100

0104305

Biochemistry (Practical)

150

50

-

200

Total

450

110

40

600

1.4       M.Sc. (Medical Pharmacology)

1st Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ.

Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0105101

Basics of Anatomy

100

20

20

140

0105102

Basics of Physiology

100

20

20

140

0105103

Basics of Biochemistry

100

20

20

140

0105104

Biostatistics & Research Methodology

80

20

-

100

0105105

Basics of Anatomy (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0105106

Basics of Physiology (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0105107

Basics of Biochemistry (Practical)

40

20

-

60

Total

500

140

60

700

2nd Year

  1. Course prescribed in the 3rd year will be taught in both 2nd & 3rd years, but there will be no formal examination in 2nd year.
  2. The student will conduct Research, collect literature for Dissertation, and give seminars during second year.

3rd Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ. Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0105301

General Pharmacology Principles & Applied Sciences

75

 

 

 

60

 

 

 

40

100

0105302

Systematic Pharmacology, Chemotherapy & Therapeutics

75

100

0105303

Experimental Pharmacology, Bioassay & Recent Advances

75

100

0105304

Clinical Pharmacokinetics & Recent Advances

75

100

0105305

Pharmacology (Practical)

150

50

-

200

Total

450

110

40

600

1.5       M.Sc. (Microbiology)

1st Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ.

Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0106101

Basics of Anatomy

100

20

20

140

0106102

Basics of Physiology

100

20

20

140

0106103

Basics of Biochemistry

100

20

20

140

0106104

Biostatistics & Research Methodology

80

20

-

100

0106105

Basics of Anatomy (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0106106

Basics of Physiology (Practical)

40

20

-

60

0106107

Basics of Biochemistry (Practical)

40

20

-

60

Total

500

140

60

700

2nd Year

  1. Course prescribed in the 3rd year will be taught in both 2nd & 3rd years, but there will be no formal examination in 2nd year.
  2. The student will conduct Research, collect literature for Dissertation, and give seminars during second year.

3rd Year

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ. Exam

IA

Viva

Total

0106301

General Bacteriology & Immunology

75

 

 

60

 

 

40

100

0106302

Systematic Bacteriology and Mycology

75

100

0106303

Virology & Parasitology

75

100

0106304

Applied Microbiology and Recent Advances in Microbiology

75

100

0106305

Microbiology (Practical)

150

50

-

200

Total

450

110

40

600

1.6       M.Sc. (Forensic Science)

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ. Exam.

IA

Viva

Total

0107101

Concept of Crime & Criminology

75

25

-

100

0107102

Introduction to Forensics, Crime & Investigative Techniques

75

25

-

100

0107103

Atomic & Molecular Spectroscopy

75

25

-

100

0107104

Biostatistics & Research Methodology

75

25

-

100

0107105

Instrumental Methods- Physical

75

25

-

100

0107106

Instrumental Methods- Biological & Chemical

75

25

-

100

0107107

Forensic Medicine & Pathology-I

75

25

-

100

0107108

Forensic Medicine & Pathology-II

75

25

-

100

0107109

Forensic Medicine & Pharmacology-I

75

25

-

100

0107110

Forensic Medicine & Pharmacology-II

75

25

-

100

0107111

Forensic Physics

75

25

-

100

Total

825

275

-

1100

 

Paper Code

Subject

Evaluation Scheme

Univ. Exam

IA

Viva

Total

0107201

Finger Prints & Other Impressions

75

25

-

100

0107202

Questioned Documents

75

25

-

100

0107203

Forensic Serology

75

25

-

100

0107204

Forensic Biology-I

75

25

-

100

0107205

Forensic Biology-II

75

25

-

100

0107206

Forensic Psychology

75

25

-

100

0107207

Quality Management & Evidence Evaluation

75

25

-

100

0107208

Forensic Engineering

75

25

-

100

0107209

Cyber Forensics

75

25

-

100

0107210

Forensic Ballistics-I

75

25

-

100

0107211

Forensic Ballistics-II

75

25

-

100

0107212

Dissertation

100

100

-

200

Total

925

375

-

1300

2.         Guidelines for Paper Setting:

  1. Theory:
  1. Duration of theory Paper shall be 03 hours.
  2. Maximum marks shall be as given under relevant Sections of Clause 1 (Distribution of Marks)  above.
  3. The question paper in all courses except Research Methodology and Biostatistics shall consist of 06 questions. The questions may be divided into two or more parts, as deemed proper by the examiners.
  4. All the questions in all courses except Research Methodology and Biostatistics are compulsory.
  5. The question paper of Research Methodology and Biostatistics will consist of five Sections. Sections I-IV each will have two questions from the corresponding Sections of the syllabus.  Candidates will be required to attempt one question from each Section. Each question in Sections I-IV will carry 15 marks. Section V will compulsory. It will carry 20 marks and will consist of 10 questions of short answer type questions (not more than five lines or fifty words), each of 2 marks. The questions in this Section will be set from the entire syllabus i.e. all Sections. The student will

f) Questions can be short answer, long answer and MCQ type.

g) Question paper should be set from the entire syllabus.

h) Marks should be indicated against the question.

i) There should be no repetition of question.

j) Half of the question papers will be set by the External Examiners and half by Internal Examiners.

k) Examination will be coordinated and moderated by the senior most Internal Examiner.

l) Papers set by the External Examiners and the Internal Examiners will be evaluated by them jointly.

m) Paper Setter should refer to the sample question papers for guidance to be sent by the Controller of Examinations to the examiner.

 

(B) Practicals:

a) Maximum marks and their distribution shall be as given under relevant Sections of Clause 1 (Distribution of Marks) above.

b) Board of 04 examiners shall conduct the practical examinations, wherever applicable. The Board shall consist of 02 internal and 02 external examiners. 

Scope of the Ordinance:

This Ordinance will be applicable to the following courses:

  1. >>M.Sc. (Medical Anatomy)
  2. >>M.Sc. (Medical Biochemistry)
  3. >>M.Sc. (Medical Microbiology)
  4. >>M.Sc. (Medical Pharmacology)
  5. >>M.Sc. (Medical Physiology)
  6. >>M.Sc. (Medical Forensic Science)

Admission to the Course:

Admission to all the above courses shall be made in accordance with the terms and conditions as prescribed in Chapter 2 of the First Ordinance of SGT University, Gurgaon as amended from time to time.

Admission Schedule and Receipt of Fees:  

The admission schedule including last date for the receipt of admission forms and fees shall be fixed by the Vice-Chancellor from time to time.

Eligibility for Admission:

The eligibility criteria for admission to all courses shall be as under:

  1. >>The candidate must have attained the age of 17 years or more on 31st December of the year of admission.
  2. >>The minimum educational qualifications shall be B.Sc. (Life Sciences)/ MBBS/ BDS/ BPT/ BAMS/ BHMS from any recognized University/College.

Note:- The age of the candidates seeking admission to the above courses  shall be determined as per entry in the Matriculation/Secondary School Examination certificate or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto.

Duration of the Courses:

The duration of the courses shall be as under:

Name of the Course

Duration

M.Sc. in Medical Anatomy/ Medical Biochemistry/ Medical Microbiology/ Medical Pharmacology/ Medical Physiology)

03 years

M.Sc. in  Forensic Science

02 years

Medium of Instruction:

The medium of instruction and examination for all courses shall be English.

Syllabus:

Syllabi of all the courses will be as approved by the Board of Studies/Academic Council.

University Examinations:

The University examinations shall be held at the end of 1st and 3rd year. The examination to be held at the end of 3rd year will cover the course taught in 2nd and 3rd year. There will be no formal examination at the end of 2nd year except in the courses which are of two years duration.

Distribution of Marks:

The distribution of marks shall be as prescribed in the Scheme of Examinations approved by the Board of Studies/Academic Council of the University.

Setting of Question Papers:

The examiner(s) will set the question papers as per criteria laid down in the Scheme of Examinations as approved by the Board of Studies/Academic Council of the University.

Eligibility to Appear in the Examinations:

The following regular students shall be eligible to appear in the examination:

  1. >>The student should bear a good moral character.
  2. >>The student must have minimum of 75% attendance in theory and 80% in practical of the each subject, separately.
  3. >>The deficiency in the attendance, both in theory and practical, may be condoned by the

Director/Dean of the Faculty on the recommendation of the Head of the Dept/ up to 5%.

  1. >>The student must secure at least 35% marks of the total marks fixed for internal assessment in each subject, separately.
  2. >>The student, who fulfills the conditions laid down under (i) to (iv) above for one or more subjects and not for the other(s), will be allowed to take examination only in such subject(s) in which he/she fulfills the conditions.

Exemption from Attendance:

  1. >>The students who voluntarily donate blood to Blood Bank may be given the benefit of attendance of all period of that day.
  2. >>The student may be given benefit of maximum 21 days of attendance on account of his/her participation in University or Inter-Collegiate Sports Tournaments/ Youth Festivals, NCC/NSS Camps/University Educational Excursions, Mountaineering Courses; and maximum 30 days for participation in Inter-University Sports Tournaments/ Youth Festivals; Provided that he/she has obtained prior approval of the Director/Principal, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences on the recommendation of the concerned Head of the Department; Provided further that credit may be given only for the days on which lectures were delivered or tutorials or practical work done during the period of participation in the  aforesaid events.

Time to Forward the List of Students Eligible to Appear in the Examination:

The Director, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences shall  send the list along with the examination admission forms of those students who satisfy the eligibility criteria to appear in the examinations to  the   Controller  of Examinations as per schedule of examination circulated by the Controller of Examinations each year.

Internal Assessment:

  1. >>The Internal Assessment shall be as given in the Scheme of Examination as approved by the Board of Studies/Academic Council.
  2. >>Internal Assessment should be submitted to the Controller of Examinations at least 15 days before the commencement examinations.
  3. >>Internal Assessment shall be awarded on the basis of student’s participation in learning process (class tests, assignments, attendance, extra-curricular activities, etc.).
  4. >>The concerned teacher shall maintain and preserve the Internal Assessment record of each student, which should be made available for inspection to the student concerned as well as university authorities whenever demanded.
  5. >>The re-appear/fail students may be re-assessed, if they so desire, next time for the purpose of improvement of internal assessment, otherwise their previous score of assessment will be carried forward.

Promotion to Higher Class:

  1. >>A student who has passed in all the subjects in the lower class examination shall be promoted to the higher class.
  2. >>A student who fails in one or more papers in the lower examination will be allowed to attend the next higher class, but he/she will not be allowed to appear in the examination of the higher class unless he/she has passed in all the papers of lower class.

Re-appear/Detained/Fail Cases (Supplementary Examinations):

The re-appear/detained/fail students will be allowed to appear in the supplementary examinations

Migration:

Migration to any of the above courses from or to this University is not allowed.

Examination Fee and Date for Receipt of Examination Forms:

The student will pay examination fee as prescribed by the University from time to time.

Pass Percentage and Gradation/Division:

  1. >>The student who secures 50% or more marks but less than 60 % in aggregate shall be declared to have passed with ‘Second Division’.
  2. >>The student who secures 60% or more marks in aggregate will be declared to have passed with ‘First Division’.
  3. >>The student who secures 75% or more marks in aggregate shall be declared to have passed with ‘First Division with Distinction’, provided he/she passes in all the examinations in the first attempt.
  4. >>In 1st year, the student securing less than 50% marks in theory (inclusive of  Internal Assessment & viva) and practical/clinicals (inclusive of  Internal Assessment), separately  shall be declared to have “failed”. In 3rd year, aggregate of marks of all papers (theory, internal assessment, viva and practicals) will be taken into consideration to calculate the pass percentage.
  5. >>The student who fails in one or more papers will be allowed for re-appearing in the concerned paper(s).
  6. >>If the student fails in either theory or practical paper, he/she will have to re-appear in both the papers (Theory and practical).

Discharge from the Course:

  1. >>The student, who does not clear all the subjects of 1st year examination within three years from the date of admission (Max. 5 attempts) shall be discharged from the course.
  2. >>The maximum period to complete the course successfully shall be as under:

Name of the Course

Max. Period to Complete the Course

M.Sc. in Medical Anatomy/ Medical Biochemistry/ Medical Microbiology/ Medical Pharmacology/ Medical Physiology)

05 years including year of admission

M.Sc. in  Forensic Science

04 years including year of admission

Grace Marks:

  1. >>Maximum 1% of total marks of all the papers will be awarded to a student in theory papers only in one academic year.
  2. >>Grace marks of one year will not be carried forward to the next year.

Evaluation:

The answer books will be evaluated as prescribed in the Scheme of Examinations.

Re-checking/Re-evaluation of Answer Books:

Rechecking/re-evaluation of answer books shall be governed by the provisions of Clause 5.18 of First Ordinance of the University.

Practical Examinations:

The practical examinations shall be conducted as prescribed in the Scheme of Examinations. 

Appointment of Examiners:

The examiners will be appointed as per the following guidelines with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor:

  1. >>No person shall be appointed as an examiner in any of the subjects unless he/she has taken at least five years previously, a doctorate degree of a recognized university or an equivalent qualification in the particular subject, and has at least five years of teaching experience in the subject concerned in a university/college affiliated to a recognized university on a faculty position.
  2. >>There shall be at least two examiners in 1st year and four in final year examination, out of whom not less than 50% must be external examiners. Of the two/four examiners, the senior most internal examiner will act as the Chairman and Coordinator of the whole examination programme so that uniformity in the matter of assessment of candidates is maintained.
  3. >>Non-medical scientists/teachers engaged in the teaching of medical students as whole time teachers, may be appointed examiners in their concerned subjects provided they possess requisite doctorate qualifications and five year teaching experience of medical students after obtaining their postgraduate qualifications. Provided further that the 50% of the examiners (Internal & External) are from the medical qualification stream.
  4. >>External examiners shall not be from the same university and preferably be from outside the state.
  5. >>The internal examiner in a subject shall not accept external examinership for a university/college/Institute from which external examiner is appointed in his subject.
  6. >>External examiners shall rotate at an interval of 2 years.
  7. >>There shall be a Chairman of the Board of Paper Setters who shall be an internal examiner and shall moderate the questions.
  8. >>Except Head of the Department of subject concerned, all others with the rank of Associate Professor or equivalent and above with requisite qualifications and experience shall be appointed internal examiners by rotation in their subjects; provided that where there are no posts of Associate Professors, then an Assistant Professor with 5 years’ teaching experience of PG classes  may be considered for appointment as examiner.

Declaration of Results:

  1. >>The results shall be declared as early as possible after the conclusion of each examination.
  2. >>The successful students of each year examinations will be issued Detailed Marks Card.
  3. >>The failed students will also be issued Detailed Marks Cards.
  4. >>The student whose   result   is   declared   late   without   any   fault   on   his/her   part   may be allowed to attend the next higher class provisionally at his /her own risk and responsibility, subject to his /her passing the concerned Professional examination.  In case, the student fails to pass the concerned examination, he/she will be governed by the Clause 15 of these regulations.

General

Notwithstanding the integrated nature of this course which is spread over more than one academic year, the Ordinance in force at the time a student joins the course shall hold good only for the examination held during or at the end of the academic year. Nothing in this Ordinance shall be deemed to debar the University from amending the Ordinance. The amended Ordinance, if any, shall apply to all students, whether old or new.

 

B.Sc. Life Sciences or MBBS, BDS, BPT, BAMS, BHMS

Per Year - INR  150000