M.B.B.S.

  • Syllabus
  • Scheme of Examinations
  • Ordinance
  • Eligibility
  • Fee Structure
Course Name : M.B.B.S.
Faculty Name : Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Annual Intake : 100
Duration of Course : 4½ Years + 1 year internship

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General Instructions

Theory papers will be prepared by the examiners as prescribed. Nature of questions will be short answer type/objective type and marks for each part indicated separately.

Practicals/clinical will be conducted in the laboratories or hospital wards. Objective will be to assess proficiency in skills, conduct of experiment, interpretation of data and logical conclusion. Clinical cases should preferably include common diseases not esoteric syndromes or rare disorders. Emphasis should be on candidate’s capability in eliciting physical signs and their interpretation

Viva/oral includes evaluation of management approach and handling of emergencies. Candidate’s skill in interpretation of common investigative data, x-rays, identification of specimens, ECG, etc. also is to be evaluated.
The examinations are to be designed with a view to ascertain whether the candidate has acquired the necessary knowledge, minimum skills along with clear concepts of the fundamentals which are necessary for him/her to carry out his/her professional day to day work competently. Evaluation will be carried out on an objective basis.

Clinical cases/practicals shall take into account common diseases which the student is likely to come in contact in practice. Rare cases/obscure syndromes, long cases of neurology shall not be put for final examination. During evaluation (both Internal and External), it shall be ascertained if the candidate has acquired the skills prescribed by Medical Council of India.
 

Professional Examinations

There shall be one main examination at the end of each phase, followed by a supplementary examination, if required. University examinations shall be held as under:

First Professional Examination:

First Professional Examination in the pre-clinical subjects of Human Anatomy, Human Physiology including Biophysics, and Biochemistry shall be held at the end of Phase I i.e. at the end of second Semester in July/Aug. as per date sheet to be decided by the Controller of Examinations with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor.
Supplementary examinations shall be held within 6 months of the date of publication of results of the First Professional examination, preferably in Oct./Nov.

Second Professional Examination:

Second Professional examination shall be held in the para-clinical subjects of Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, and Forensic Medicine at the end of Phase II i.e at the end of fifth Semester during Nov./Dec. as per date sheet to be decided by the Controller of Examinations with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor.
Supplementary examination shall be held within 6 months of the date of publication of results of the Second Professional examination, preferably in Feb./March.

Third Professional Examinations:

The Third Professional Examination will be held in two parts— Part I and Part II.

(I) Third Professional Part I Examination: Third Professional Part I examination shall be held in the subjects of Ophthalmology, Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Community Medicine at the end of 7th semester during Nov./Dec. as per date sheet to be decided by the Controller of Examinations with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor.
Supplementary Examination shall be held within six months of the date of publication of the results of the Third Professional Part I examination, preferably during Feb./March.

(II) Third Professional Part II Examination: Third Professional Part II examination shall be held in the subjects of Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, and Paediatrics at the end 9th semester during Nov. / Dec. as per date sheet to be decided by the Controller of Examinations with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor.
Supplementary Examination shall be held within six months of the date of publication of the results of the Third Professional Part II examination, preferably during Feb./March.

Note: Results of all university examinations shall be declared before the start of teaching for next semester.

Distribution of Marks in Various Disciplines

First Professional Examination

(A) Anatomy

Theory - Two papers of 50 marks each
(one applied question of 10 marks in each paper)

100 Marks

Oral (Viva)

20 Marks

Practical

40 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-20; Practical-20)

40 Marks

Total

200 Marks

 

(B) Physiology including Biophysics

Theory - Two papers of 50 marks each
(one applied question of 10 marks in each paper)

100 Marks

Oral (Viva)

20 Marks

Practical

40 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-20; Practical-20)

40 Marks

Total

200 Marks

 

(C) Biochemistry

Theory - Two papers of 50 marks each
(one applied question of 10 marks in each paper)

100 Marks

Oral (Viva)

20 Marks

Practical

40 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-20; Practical-20)

40 Marks

Total

200 Marks


Total Marks of First Professional Examination = 600 marks

Second Professional Examination

(A) Pathology

Theory - Two papers of 40 marks each
(one applied question of 10 marks in each paper)

80 Marks

Oral (Viva)

15 Marks

Practical

25 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-15; Practical-15)

30 Marks

Total

150 Marks

 

(B) Microbiology

Theory - Two papers of 40 marks each
(one applied question of 10 marks in each paper)

80 Marks

Oral (Viva)

15 Marks

Practical

25 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-15 Practical-15)

30 Marks

Total

150 Marks

 

(C) Pharmacology

Theory - Two papers of 40 marks each
(One question of 10 marks on clinical therapeutics  in each paper)

80 Marks

Oral (Viva)

15 Marks

Practical

25 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-15; Practical-15)

30 Marks

Total

150 Marks

 

(D) Forensic Medicine

Theory – One paper

40 Marks

Oral (Viva)

10 Marks

Practical/Clinical

30 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-10; Practical-10)

20 Marks

Total

100 Marks


Total Marks of Second Professional Examination       = 550 marks

Third Professional Part I  Examination
 

(A) Ophthalmology

Theory – One paper
(One question of 10 marks each on pre-clinical and papa-clinical aspects)

40 Marks

Oral (Viva)

10 Marks

Clinical

30 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-10; Practical-10)

20 Marks

Total

100 Marks

 

(B) Oto-Rhino-Laryngology (ENT)

Theory – One paper
(One question of 10 marks each on pre-clinical and papa-clinical aspects)

40 Marks

Oral (Viva)

10 Marks

Clinical

30 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-10 Practical-10)

20 Marks

Total

100 Marks

 

(C) Community Medicine including Humanities

Theory – Two papers of 60 marks each
(Includes problem solving, applied aspects of
management  at primary level including essential
drugs, occupational (agro-based) diseases, rehabilitation
and social aspects of medicine)

120 Marks

Oral (Viva)

10 Marks

Clinical

30 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-20; Practical-20)

40 Marks

Total

200 Marks


Total Marks of Third Professional Part I Examination    = 400 marks

Third Professional Part II Examination
 

(A) Medicine

Theory – Two papers of 60 marks each
Paper I –  General Medicine
Paper II – General Medicine (including
Psychiatry, Dermatology & S.T.D.)
(There will be one question on basic sciences and
allied subjects)

120 Marks

Oral (Viva)

20 Marks

Clinical (Bed Side)

100 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-30; Practical-30)

60 Marks

Total

300 Marks

 

(B) Surgery

Theory – Two papers of 60 marks each
Paper I Section-1:  General Surgery
Section-2:  Orthopaedics*
Paper II – General Surgery (including
Anaesthesiology, Dental Diseases & Radiology
(There will be one question on basic sciences and
allied subjects)

120 Marks

Oral (Viva) (Interpretation of Investigative Data)

20 Marks

Clinical (Bed side)

100 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-30 Practical-30)

60 Marks

Total

300 Marks

 

(C) Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Theory – Two papers of 40 marks each
Paper I –  Obstetrics including Social Obstetrics
Paper II – Gynaecology, Family Welfare & Demography
(There will be one question on basic sciences and
allied subjects)

80 Marks

Oral (Viva) (Including record of delivery cases (20+10)

30 Marks

Clinical

50 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-20; Practical-20)

40 Marks

Total

200 Marks

 

(D) Paediatric (including Neonstology)

Theory – one paper
(There will be one question on basic sciences and
allied subjects)

40 Marks

Oral (Viva)

10 Marks

Clinical

30 Marks

Internal Assessment
(Theory-20; Practical-20)

20 Marks

Total

100 Marks


Guidelines for Paper Setting

(I) Theory:

  • Duration of theory Paper shall be 03 hours.

  • Maximum marks shall be as given under Clause 3 above.

  • The question paper may be divided into two or more than two parts, as deemed proper by the examiner.

  • Each paper will have 06 questions, which may be evenly divided in the parts. Out of 06 questions, there will be one applied question of 10 marks in each paper.

  • Question papers should preferably be short structured/objective type.

  • Marks should be indicated against the question.

  • There should be no repetition of question.

  • Paper 1 of all subjects will be set by Internal examiners and Paper 2 by External examiners. The papers will be moderated by the senior most Internal Examiner. Both Paper 1 & 2 will be evaluated jointly by the Internal and External examiners.

  • The Paper Setter may refer to the sample question papers for guidance to be sent by the Controller of Examinations to the examiner.

(II) Practicals:

  • Maximum marks and their distribution shall be as given under Clause 3 above.

  • Board of 04 examiners shall conduct the practical examinations. The Board shall consist of 02 internal and 02 external examiners.

  • A batch of 35 students will be examined per day.

  • The Board of 04 examiners shall conduct the practical examinations of 100 students. There will be one additional examiner for every 50 examinees or part thereof exceeding 100.

(III) Assessment of Interns:

The intern shall maintain a record of work whose assessment and evaluation shall be done objectively and graded as under:

Poor

Fair

Below Average

Average

Above Average

Excellent

0

1

2

3

4

5

A score of less than 3 in any of above items will represent unsatisfactory completion of Internship. The candidates shall repeat the period of Internship where it was assessed unsatisfactory.


Admission to the Course: Admission to the MBBS course 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 following persons will be eligible for admission to the MBBS course:

- The candidate must have attained the age of 17 years or more on 31st December of the year of admission.

- The candidate must have passed Senior School Certificate examination(10+2) of Board of School Education, Haryana or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto with at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together both in qualifying and competitive examinations and must have passed in the subject of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English individually in the qualifying examination. In case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes of Haryana, the marks obtained be read as 40% instead 50%.
 

Note: The age of the candidate shall be determined as per entry in the Matriculation/Secondary School Examination certificate or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
 

Duration of the Course: The duration of course of study for the degree of MBBS shall be 5½ years, including one year of compulsory rotating internship. The period of 4½ years of study shall be divided into three phases (9 semesters with each semester of the duration of 6 months). Each semester will consist of approximately 120 teaching days with 8 hours daily including one-hour break for lunch. Division of 4 ½ years shall be as under:
 

- Phase I (Sem. 1 &2) (Pre-Clinical Subjects) shall be of 01 year duration.

- Phase II (Sem. 3-5) (Para-Clinical Subjects) shall be of 01 ½ years duration.

- Phase III (Sem. 6-9) (Clinical Subjects) shall be of 02 years duration. Phase-III shall have two parts – Part I (Sem. 6-7) and Part II (Sem. 8-9). Each Part shall be of one year duration i..e 2 semesters.

- There shall be a 01 year compulsory rotating Internship.
 

The medium of Instruction: The medium of instruction and examination shall be English.
 

Syllabus: Syllabus for the course leading to the degree of M.B.B.S. will be as prescribed by the Medical Council of India from time to time and approved by the Academic Council of SGT University.
 

Subjects

3rd
Semester
(Wks)

4th
Semeste
(Wks)

5th
Semester
(Wks

6th
Semester
(Wks

7th
Semester
(Wks)

8th
Semester
(Wks)

9th
Semester
(Wks
)

Total
(Wks)

General
Medicine***

6

-

4

-

4

6

6

26

Pediatrics

-

2

-

2

2

4

-

10

Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases

-

2

-

-

-

-

-

02

Skin & STD

-

2

-

2

-

2

-

06

Psychiatry

-

-

2

-

-

-

-

02

Radiology*

-

-

-

-

2

-

-

02

General
Surgery ****

6

-

4

-

4

6

6

26

Orthopedics**

-

-

4

4

4-

-

2

10

Ophthalmology

-

4

-

4

-

-

2

10

Ear Nose and Throat

-

4

-

4

-

-

-

08

Obstetrics and Gynae.*****
including Family Welfare Planning

2

4

4

-

4

4

6

26

Community Medicine

4

4

-

4

-

-

-

12

Casualty

-

-

-

2

-

-

-

02

Dentistry

-

-

-

-

2

-

-

02

Total  (in weeks)

18

22

18

22

18

22

22

142


- Clinical Postings: During 3rd to 9th semesters, clinical postings of three hours duration daily, as specified in the table below (prescribed by MCI), shall be compulsory for various departments, after introductory course in clinical methods in Medicine and Surgery of two weeks each for the whole class:
Clinical methods in Medicine and General Surgery for whole class will be for 2 weeks each, respectively at the start of 3rdsemester.

* This posting includes training in Radiodiagnosis & Radiotherapy where existent.

* * This posting includes exposure to Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy.

* * * This posting includes exposure to laboratory medicine and infectious diseases.

****This posting includes exposure to dressing and Anaesthesia.

*****This posting includes maternity training and Family medicine and 3rd semester posting shall be in Family Welfare Planning.


University Examinations : The University examinations shall be held as per Scheme of Examinations approved by the Board of Studies/Academic Council of the University.
 

Distribution of Marks: The distribution of marks for First Professional, Second Professional, Third Professional Part-I, and Third Professional Part II MBBS Examination shall be as prescribed by Medical Council of India and approved by the Academic Council of SGT University.
 

Setting of Question Papers: The examiners will set the question papers as per criteria laid down in the Scheme of Examinations for the MBBS programme.
 

Eligibility to Appear in the Examinations: The following regular students shall be eligible to appear in the Professional examinations:
 

- The student should bear a good moral character;

- The student should have at least 75% attendance in a subject inclusive of non-lecture teaching i.e. seminars, group discussions, tutorials, demonstrations, practicals, hospital (Tertiary, Secondary, Primary) postings and bed side clinics, etc.; Provided further that a deficiency in the number of lectures in theory and/or non-lecture teaching may be condoned by the Director, Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences on the recommendation of the concerned Head of the Department up to 5%.

- The student must secure at least 35% marks of the total marks fixed for internal assessment in each subject, separately.

- The student, who fulfils the conditions laid down under (i) to (iii) above for one or more subjects and not for the others, will be allowed to take examination only in such subject(s) in which he fulfils the conditions.

- The student, who fails in First Professional examination, shall not be allowed to appear in the Second Professional examination unless he passes all the subjects of First Professional Examination.

- The student, who fails in the Second Professional Examination, shall not be allowed to appear in the Third Professional Part I examination unless he passes all the subjects of Second Professional examination.

- The student who fails in the Third Professional Part I examination shall not be allowed to appear in the Third Professional Part II examination unless he clears all the subjects of Third Professional Part I examination.

- The Director, Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences shall send the names of the students who do not fulfill the eligibility criteria for appearing in the examinations to the Controller of Examinations.
 

Exemption from Attendance:

- The students who voluntarily donate blood to Blood Bank may be given the benefit of attendance of all period of that day.

- The students who are appearing in First, Second & Third Supplementary examinations may be exempted from attending theory classes, practicals and demonstrations.

- The student may be given benefit of maximum 21 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, Faculty of Medical 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 Dean/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:

- There shall be Internal Assessment of 20% of the total marks in each subject.

- The marks of Internal Assessment will be divided equally between theory and practical.

- Internal Assessment should be submitted to the Controller of Examinations at least two weeks before the commencement of theory examinations.

- Internal Assessment shall be awarded on the basis of student’s participation in learning process (preparation of subject for seminar, preparation of a clinical case for discussion, clinical case study/problem solving exercise, participation in a project for health care in the community from planning stage to evaluation, proficiency in carrying out a practical or a skill in small research project, MCQs test after completion of a system/teaching, etc.), regular periodical practical examinations and maintenance of day-to-day records.

- 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.
 

Promotion to Higher Phase (semester):

Passing in First Professional Examination is compulsory before a student is allowed to proceed to the Phase II training.

- A student who-fails in the Second Professional Examination may be allowed to enter the Phase III Part I (6th & 7th semesters) training. However, he/she will not be allowed to appear in the Third (Final) Part I Professional Examination unless he passes all the subjects of Second Professional MBBS Examination.

- A student who fails in the Third (Final) Part I Professional Examination may be allowed to enter the Phase III Part II (8th & 9th semesters) training. However, he/she shall not be allowed to appear in the Third (Final) Part II Professional Examination unless he/she passes all the subjects of Third (Final) Part I Professional Examination.
 

Re-appear/Fail Cases/Detained: The students who have re-appear/failed in annual examination or detained due to some reasons, will be allowed to appear in the supplementary examinations subject to fulfillment of requirements of Clause 11 of these regulations.

Migration: Migration is permissible subject to the following criteria:
- Migration of students from one medical college to another in India shall be granted only in exceptional cases. The migration should be kept to minimum and it should not exceed 5% of the sanctioned intake in an academic year.

- There shall be no migration on any ground from one medical college to anther located in the same city.

- Both the colleges/institutes, i.e. one at which the students is studying at present and one to which migration is sought, are recognized by the Central Government under Section 11(2) of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956

- The migration should not result in increase in the sanctioned intake capacity of the receiving medical college/institute in the academic year.

- The applicant candidate should have passed First Professional MBBS examination. Migration during clinical course of study shall not be allowed.

- The applicant shall first obtain “No Objection Certificate” from the college/institute where he/she is studying, the University to which it is affiliated, the college/institute to which migration is sought, and the University to which that college/institute is affiliated. He/she shall submit his/her application for migration within a period of one month of passing (declaration of result) the First Professional MBBS examination along with “No Objection Certificates” to the Director, Medical Education of the State if the migration is sought from one medical college/institute to another within the state or Medical Council of India if the migration is sought from one medical college/institute to another outside the state. The Director, Medical Education of the State concerned or MCI shall take final decision in the matter.

- The student who has joined another college on migration shall be eligible to appear in the Second Professional examination only after attaining minimum attendance in that college/institute prescribed under Clause (11) of these Regulations.

Note: 1:

- Any request for migration not covered under the provisions of the above regulations shall be referred to the Medical council of India for consideration and approval.

- The list of students admitted in the University on migration will be sent to the Medical Council of India within one month of their joining.
Examination Fee and Date for Receipt of Examination Forms :

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

- The schedule for the receipt of examination forms and fees shall be fixed by the Vice-Chancellor from time to time.
Pass Percentage and Gradation/Division:

- The student who secures 50% marks in aggregate with a minimum of 50% in theory including orals and a minimum of 50% marks in practicals/clinicals shall be declared to have passed.

- The student who secures 60% or more but less than 75% marks in aggregate will be declared to have passed with ‘First Division’.

- The student who secures 75% marks or above in a subject shall be declared to have passed with ‘First Division Distinction’ in that subject, provided he passes in all the subjects of the relevant professional examination in the first attempt

- The student who completes the course in minimum period and passes each of the First, Second, Third (Final) Part I, and Third (Final) Part II Professional examinations in the first attempt obtaining not less than 70% marks in each subject of every examination, shall be awarded M.B.B.S (Hons.) degree.

- The student who secures less than 50% marks either in theory including orals or in practical/clinical or both shall be declared to have failed.
Discharge from the Course: The student, who does not clear the First Professional examination within three years from the date of admission, shall be discharged from the course.
Grace Marks: The student shall be entitled to grace marks up to 1% of the aggregate marks of the concerned examination provided that no one shall be given grace marks beyond 5 in a subject/paper. The un-availed grace-marks will be carried forward for the subsequent examination of the class concerned.
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 of the Medical Council of India with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor.
 

- No person shall be appointed as an examiner in any of the subjects of the Professional examination leading to and including the final professional examinations for the award of the MBBS degree unless he has taken at least five years previously, a doctorate degree of a recognized university or an equivalent qualification in the particular subject as per recommendation of the Council on teachers’ eligibility qualifications and has had at least five years of total teaching experience in the subject concerned in a college affiliated to a recognized university at a faculty position.

- There shall be at least four examiners for 100 students, out of whom not less than 50% must be external examiners. Of the 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. Where candidates appearing are more than 100, one additional examiner, for every additional 50 or part thereof candidates appearing, be appointed.

- 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.

- External examiners shall not be from the same university and preferably be from outside the state.

- The internal examiner in a subject shall not accept external examinership for a College/Institute from which external examiner is appointed in his subject.

- A university having more than one College/Institute shall have separate sets of examiners for each College/Institute, with internal examiners from the concerned College/Institute.

- External examiners shall rotate at an interval of 2 years.

- There shall be a Chairman of the Board of Paper Setters who shall be an internal examiner and shall moderate the questions.

- Except Head of the Department of subject concerned in a College/Institute, all others with the rank of reader 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 readers, then an Assistant Professor of 5 years standing as Assistant Professor may be considered for appointment as examiner.


Declaration of Results:

- Results shall be declared as early as possible after the conclusion of each MBBS Professional examination, but not later than the start of teaching for the next semester.

- The successful students of the First, Second, Third (Final) Part I, and Third (Final) Part- II Professional examinations will be issued Detailed Marks Card.

- The failed students will also be issued Detailed Marks Cards.

- The student whose result is declared late without any fault on his/her part may be allowed to attend the classes for the next higher Phase/Semester 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.
 

Compulsory Rotating Internship: Every student, on passing the Third Professional Examination shall undergo 12 months of compulsory rotating internship to the satisfaction of the college authorities and of the University, so as to be eligible for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) & full registration as under :

 

Compulsory Internship Duration

 

Subject

Duration

Community Medicine

2 months

Medicine including 15 days of Psychiatry

2 months

Surgery including 13 days of Anaesthesia

2 months

Obstetrics & Gynaecology including Family Welfare Planning

2 months

Paediatrics

01 month

Orthopaedics including PMR

01 month

ENT 15 days

15 days

Ophthalmology

15 days

Casualty

15 days

Elective Posting (1x15 days)

15 days

Subjects for Elective Postings:

Subjects for Elective Postings shall be as under:

1. Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

2. Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases/ Pulmonary Medicine.

3. Radio-diagnosis

4. Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

5. Blood Bank and Transfusion.

6. Psychiatry.

28. Coordination of the Internship Programme:

The Head, Department of Community Medicine/any other senior teacher of this Department to be nominated by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Director, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences shall coordinate the internship programme of the students.


29. Internship of the Students of Shree Guru Govind Singh Tricentenary (SGT) University:

All the students of Shree Guru Govind Singh Tricentenary (SGT) University will complete their internship in their parent college. In some exceptional circumstances, a student may be permitted to complete his internship in another affiliated college subject to consent of Principals of both the colleges and No Objection Certificate from the University. This would be allowed only if a seat is vacant in the college in which the student wants to complete his/her internship. The students will not be allowed to do their Internship in a Civil Hospital.


30. 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.

• Age of 17 years or more as on 31st December of the year of admission.

• 10+2 pass from Board of School Education, Haryana or equivalent with at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together both in qualifying and competitive examinations and must have passed in the subject of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English individually in the qualifying examination.

Rs. 18,00,000/-  (Per Annum)