MD (Anatomy)

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  • Fee Structure
Course Name : MD (Anatomy)​
Faculty Name : Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences​
Annual Intake:  2
Duration of Course : 3 years

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS – M.D. COURSDES

M.D. (ANATOMY)

The examination shall consist of (1) Dissertation, (2) Theory, and (3) Practical/Clinical and Oral examination. The plan for submission of dissertation is given in the M.D. Courses Ordinance.

  1. Theory Examinations – 400 marks:

Paper Code

Nomenclature of Paper

Marks

 

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

100

 

Gross Human Anatomy Including Elements of Comparative Anatomy

100

 

Developmental & Micro-Anatomy Including Elementary Genetics

100

 

Neuro- Anatomy And Recent Advances In Anatomy

100

 

Practical/Viva Voce

400

Total

800

  1. Practical Examinations – 400 marks:

Distribution of Practical Marks including Viva shall be as follows:

S. No.

Activity

Marks

1

Dissection

90

2

Surface marking

30

3

Spotting (10 histology slides)

10

4

Spotting Viva

30

5

Histological Techniques

60

6

Micro-Teaching

60

7

Grand Viva (Hard & Soft parts, Embryology models              & radiology)

120

Total

400

 

M.D. (BIOCHEMISTRY)

The examination shall consist of (1) Dissertation, (2) Theory, and (3) Practical/Clinical and Oral examination. The plan for submission of dissertation is given in the M.D. Courses Ordinance.

  1. Theory Examinations – 400 marks:

Paper Code

Nomenclature of Paper

Marks

 

Biomolecules, Cell Biology, Principles of Biophysics and Physical Chemistry, Biostatistics / Research Methodology and Biochemical Techniques, Quality Control in Labs

100

 

Enzymes, Biological Oxidation, Intermediary Metabolism and Regulation, Inborn Errors of Metabolism, Nutrition (Vitamins & Minerals), Endocrinology

100

 

Molecular Biology, Immunology, Cancer – Molecular and Genetic Aspects, Environmental Biochemistry

100

 

 Biochemistry of Different Body Systems/Organs in Health and Disease (Molecular Medicine), Clinical Biochemistry, Recent Advances

100

 

Practical/Viva Voce

400

Total

800

  1. Practical Examinations – 400 marks

Distribution of Practical Marks including Viva shall be as follows:

S. No.

Activity

Marks

1

First Long Exercise with Practical Bench Viva

100

2

Second Long Exercise with Practical Bench Viva

100

3

Spotting + Short Clinical Case

100

4

Viva + Thesis/Microteaching

100

Total

400


M.D. (COMMUNITY MEDICINE)

The examination shall consist of (1) Dissertation, (2) Theory, and (3) Practical/Clinical and Oral examination. The plan for submission of dissertation is given in the M.D. Courses Ordinance.

  1. Theory Examinations – 400 marks:

Paper Code

Nomenclature of Paper

Marks

 

Basic sciences as applied to Community Medicine

100

 

Public Health Administration & Management Sciences

100

 

Community Medicine & Family Practice

100

 

Recent Advances in Community Medicine

100

 

Practical/ Viva Voce

400

Total

800

  1. Practical Examinations – 400 marks:

Distribution of Practical Marks including Viva/Oral shall be as follows:

S. No.

Activity

Marks

1

Long Case / Family Study /Medico-social case

80

2

Short Case (s) x 2

80

3

Statistical Exercise

30

4

Epidemiological exercise

30

5

Public health exercise

20

6

Structured spot exercise (spotting)

20

7

Microbiological exercise

15

8

Pedagogic Exercise

15

9

Journals/other work records

10

10

Viva/Oral Exam.

100

Total

400


M.D. (Forensic Medicine & Toxicology)

The examination shall consist of (1) Dissertation, (2) Theory, and (3) Practical/Clinical and Oral examination. The plan for submission of dissertation is given in the M.D. Courses Ordinance.

  1. Theory Examinations – 400 marks:

Paper Code

Nomenclature of Paper

Marks

 

Basic Medical Sciences

100

 

Forensic Medicine including Other Related Clinical Subjects

100

 

Forensic Toxicology & Medical Jurisprudence

100

 

Forensic Pathology including Forensic Immunology & Recent Advances

100

 

Practical/ Viva Voce

400

Total

800

 

  1. Practical Examinations – 400 marks:

Distribution of Practical Marks including Viva shall be as follows:

S. No.

Activity

Marks

1

Post Mortems

100

2

Histology & Histopathology

50

3

Hematology & serology

50

4

ML problem & case discussion

100

5

Oral/ Viva Voce

100

Total

400
 


M.D. (MICROBIOLOGY)

The examination shall consist of (1) Dissertation, (2) Theory, and (3) Practical/Clinical and Oral examination. The plan for submission of dissertation is given in the M.D. Courses Ordinance.

  1. Theory Examinations – 400 Marks:

Paper Code

Nomenclature of Paper

Marks

 

General Microbiology and Immunology

100

 

Bacteriology and  Mycology

100

 

Virology and Parasitology

100

 

Applied Microbiology and Recent Advances

100

 

Practical

400

Total

800

 

  1. Practical Examinations – 400 Marks:

Distribution of Practical Marks including Viva/Oral shall be as follows:

S. No.

Activity

Marks

1

Bacteriology :

a)      Clinical exercise

b)      Identification of pure culture

80

40

2

Mycology

50

3

Spots

40

4

Serology

30

5

Virology

30

6

Animal Inoculation

20

7

Parasitology

10

8

Viva

100

Total

400

M.D. (PATHOLOGY)

The examination shall consist of (1) Dissertation, (2) Theory, and (3) Practical/Clinical and Oral examination. The plan for submission of dissertation is given in the M.D. Courses Ordinance.

  1. Theory Examinations – 400 Marks:

Paper Code

Nomenclature of Paper

Marks

 

Patho-Physiology and General Principles of Pathology including Applied Pathology

100

 

Immunopathology, Molecular Biology, Cytogenetics and Experimental Pathology including Cancer Research

100

 

Histopathology - Cytology including Recent Advances in the Concerned Topics

100

 

Haematology, Immunohaematology & Blood Transfusion with Recent Advances in the Concerned Topics

100

 

Practical/ Viva Voce

400

Total

800

  1. Practical Examinations – 400 Marks:

Distribution of Practical Marks including Viva/Oral shall be as follows:

S. No.

Activity

Marks

1

Clinical case with routine and special haematology test

25

2

Haematology slides 10 slides

100

3

Cytology slides 5 slides

50

4

Histopathology slides – 10 slides

100

5

Grossing and histopathological techniques

20

6

Spots

05

7

Viva Voce/Orals

100

Total

400

M.D. (PHARMACOLOGY)

The examination shall consist of (1) Dissertation, (2) Theory, and (3) Practical/Clinical and Oral examination. The plan for submission of dissertation is given in the M.D. Courses Ordinance.

  1. Theory Examinations – 400 Marks:

Paper Code

Nomenclature of Paper

Marks

 

General Pharmacological Principles and Allied Sciences

100

 

Systemic Pharmacology, Chemotherapy and Therapeutics  

100

 

Experimental & Clinical Pharmacology

100

 

Recent Advances in Pharmacology

100

 

Practical/Viva Voce

400

Total

800

  1. Practical Examinations – 400 Marks:

Distribution of Practical Marks including Viva/Oral shall be as follows:

S. No.

Activity

Marks

1

Spotting

60

2

Long animal Experiment (e.g. bioassay etc.)- exercise on isolated organ*

60

3

Experimental pharmacology exercise on intact animal*

40

4

Screening methods (human models)/ clinical pharmacology exercise#

40

5

One chemical pharmacology exercise

40

6

Thesis Presentation

40

7

Evaluation of teaching abilities (Microteaching)

40

8

Viva Voce/ Oral

100

Total

400

*All Animal experiments to be done subject to Ethical Approval by the

   Institutional Animal Ethics committee (IAEC)

#All human experiments to be done only after the approval from the

  Institutional Ethics Review Board ( IERB).

M.D. (PHYSIOLOGY)

The examination shall consist of (1) Dissertation, (2) Theory, and (3) Practical/Clinical and Oral examination. The plan for submission of dissertation is given in the M.D. Courses Ordinance.

  1. Theory Examinations – 400 marks:

Paper Code

Nomenclature of Paper

Marks

 

General Physiology (Comparative, Work, Environmental & Sports Physiology )

100

 

Systemic Physiology – I (including Biophysics, Biochemistry & Histology)

100

 

Systemic Physiology – II (including Recent Advances)

100

 

Clinical Applied Patho-Physiology & Basis of Therapy

100

 

Practical/ Viva Voce

400

Total

800

  1. Practical Examinations – 400 marks:

Distribution of Practical Marks including Viva shall be as follows:

S. No.

Activity

Marks

1

Two long exercises (mammalian/human)

200

2

Two short exercises (Hematology/microteaching)

100

3

Micro-Teaching

100

Total

400

 

ORDINANCE FOR All M.D. COURSES

1. Scope of the Ordinance:

This Ordinance will be applicable to the following courses:

  1. M.D. (Anatomy)
  2. M.D. (Biochemistry)
  3. M.D. (Community Medicine)
  4. M.D. (Microbiology)
  5. M.D. (Pathology)
  6. M.D. (Pharmacology)
  7. M.D. (Physiology)
  8. M.D. (Forensic Medicine & Toxicology)

The Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences will offer the above M.D. programmes every year.

2. Admission to the Course:

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

3. 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.

4. Eligibility for Admission:

A person who possesses any of the following qualifications shall be eligible for admission to any of the courses mentioned under Clause 1 of this Ordinance:

  1. MBBS Degree after completion of one year’s compulsory rotatory internship of any medical college recognized by the Medical Council of India.
  2. The admission to the M.D courses shall be made on the basis of merit and securing at least 50% marks in the “Post Graduate Entrance Test” conducted by the SGT University, Budhera, Gurgaon as per guidelines of Medical Council of India.
  3. Should have obtained permanent Registration with the Medical Council of India, or any of the state Medical Councils or should obtain the same within one month from the date of his/her admission, failing which the admission of the candidate shall be cancelled; Provided that in the case of a foreign national, the Medical Council of India may, on payment of the prescribed fee for registration, grant temporary Registration for the duration of the postgraduate training restricted to the medical faculty/institution to which he/she is admitted for the time being exclusively for postgraduate studies.
  4. Any other eligibility condition(s) to be notified by the Medical Council of India/ Govt./ SGT University from time to time.

5. Period of Training :

  1. The period of training for obtaining the degree of Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) shall be three completed years including the period of examination. In case, a student having a recognized 2-year Post Graduate Diploma Course in the same subject, the period of training, including examination, shall be two years.
  2. All candidates joining the postgraduate training programme shall work as full time residents during the period of training attending not less than 80% of teaching sessions during each calendar year & given full time responsibilities, assignments &  participation in all facets of the educational process.

6. Medium of Instruction:

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

7. Syllabus:

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

8. University Examination:

(a)        There will be only one final examination for the degree of Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) at the end of three year training.

(b)        The examination shall be held on dates as may be decided by the Controller of Examinations with the approval of the Vice- Chancellor.

(c)        The university shall not conduct more than two examinations in an academic session for any subject, with an interval of not less than 3 month & not more than 6 months between the two examinations.

9. Distribution of Marks:

The distribution of marks for theory/ practical/clinical/oral (viva voce) shall be as prescribed in the Scheme of Examinations approved by the Board of Studies/Academic Council of the University.

10. Setting of Question Papers:

Two papers each will be set by the internal and  the external members of Board of Examiners to be constituted as per guidelines given under Clause 23 of this Ordinance.

11. 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 shall have minimum of 80% attendance in theory and practical, separately in each academic year.
  3. The student must have completed training for a period of not less then 3 years in the Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences.
  4. The student must have submitted dissertation at least six months before the commencement of the university examinations to the Controller of Examinations for evaluation by the examiners.
  5. The student shall be required to present one poster presentation, to read one paper at a National/State conference and to present one research paper which should be published/ accepted/sent for publication during the period of his postgraduate studies so as to make him eligible to appear in the postgraduate degree examination.
  6. The student who has completed the training in the recognized institution, but has failed in an examination or has failed to appear in the examination may appear again in a subsequent examination as an ex-student without further training & without submitting a new disertation.
  7. The deficiency in the attendance, both in theory and practical, may be condoned by the Dean of the Faculty on the recommendation of the Head of the Dept/ up to 5%.

12.  Exemption from Attendance:

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

13.  Submission of Examination Forms of the Students Eligible to Appear in the Examination:

The Dean, 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.

14. Assessment:

The performance of the Postgraduate student during the training period should be monitored throughout the course and duly recorded in the log books as evidence of the ability and daily work of the student.

Personal attributes:

Behavior and Emotional Stability: Dependable, disciplined, dedicated, stable in emergency situations shows positive approach.

Motivation and Initiative: Takes on responsibility, innovative, enterprising, does not shirk duties or leave any work pending.

Honesty and Integrity: Truthful, admits mistakes, does not cook up information, has ethical conduct, exhibits good moral values, loyal to the institution.

Interpersonal Skills and Leadership Quality: Gets on well with colleagues and paramedical staff, is respectful to seniors, has good communication skills.

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

The re-appear/detained/fail students will be allowed to appear in the subsequent examination.

16. Migration:

Migration of students undergoing any postgraduate course shall not be permitted under any circumstances.

17. Examination Fee and Date for Receipt of Examination Forms:

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

18. Pass Percentage and Gradation/Division:

A candidate shall be declared successful only when the thesis has been accepted and the candidate has obtained a minimum of 50% marks in theory as well as practical/clinical and oral examinations, separately.

19. Grace Marks:

No grace marks shall be allowed.

20. Evaluation:

The answer books will be evaluated by the Board of Examiners constituted under Clause 23 of this Ordinance.

21. 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.

22. Practical Examinations:

Practical examination including viva voce will be conducted by the Board of Examiners (2 Internal & 2 External) constituted under Clause 23. The distribution of marks is such that each of the 4 examiners has equal number of marks and can assess the candidate by his/her own standards. Thereafter, a total cumulative marks may be worked out in the practical exam. The maximum number of candidates to be examined in Clinical/Practical and Oral on any day shall not exceed eight.

23. Appointment of Examiners:   

The Examiners shall be appointed as per the following guidelines of the Medical Council of India:

  1. All the postgraduate examiners shall be recognized postgraduate teachers holding recognized postgraduate qualification in the subject concerned. Out of the internal examiners, one examiner shall be Professor & Head of Department or Head of Department.
  2. No person shall be appointed as an internal examiner in any subject unless he/she has three years experience as recognized postgraduate teacher in the concerned subject.
  3. The external examiners should have minimum six years of experience as recognized postgraduate teacher and minimum three years experience of postgraduate examinership in the concerned subject.
  4. The examination shall be conducted by a Board of 4 examiners out of which 50% shall be External examiners who shall be invited from other recognized institutions/universities. The Head of the Department shall act as coordinator of the said Board. The Board of Examiners shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor from the panel of examiners approved by the Board of Studies of the Faculty.
  5. An External examiner may be ordinarily appointed for not more than three years consecutively. Thereafter he/she may be reappointed after an interval of two years.
  6. The Internal examiner in a subject shall not accept external examinership for a college/institute from which the external examiner is appointed in his subject.
  7. Under the exceptional circumstances, examination can be conducted with 3 (three) examiners, provided two of them are external, under intimation & permission of Medical Council of India. Under no circumstances, the result shall be published in such cases without the approval of the Medical Council of India.    

24. Plan for Submission of Dissertation:

  1. Every student shall be required to present the Research Protocol for the P.G dissertation work in front of the respective Departmental Research Committees (DRC) at the end of six months after registration.
  2. After clearance from the DRC, candidate shall be required to submit his plan of dissertation to the Chairman of concerned Board of Studies within one year from the starting of the course.
  1. After the approval of the subject of the dissertation, the protocol shall be submitted to the Human  Ethical Committee/ Animal Ethical committee (as the case may be) of the institution for final approval so that the dissertation work is started by the beginning of 2nd year of residency.
  2. Admission to the course can be cancelled if the candidate fails to submit the plan within the stipulated time. The delay, if any, may be condoned on genuine grounds by the Dean of the Faculty on the recommendation of the supervisor/guide for 15 days and by the Vice-Chancellor for another 15 days on the recommendation of the Dean.
  3. Dissertation will be submitted to the university through proper channel at least six months before the commencement of theory examination failing which the student will not be allowed to appear in the examination.
  4. The dissertation shall be type written (with computer) on both sides of the paper (Size 11”X8.5”) with margins of 1.5“ on each side, bound, indicating on the outside cover its title & the name of the candidate.  International reference style (Vancouver System) should be followed for citations in the dissertation.
  5. The dissertation shall embody the result of candidate’s own research work and shall contain precise reference to the publications cited in the text.
  6. It should end with a summary embodying conclusions arrived at by the candidate.
  7. Every candidate shall submit (i) three copies of his/her original plan (Protocol) already submitted at time of registration to the Controller of Examinations, and (ii) three computer printed copies alongwith softcopy of the dissertation .
  8. Every candidate shall pay a fee of Rs. 5000/- at the time of submission of dissertation as dissertation evaluation fee.
  9. The dissertation shall be evaluated separately by three  examiners (one internal & two external who shall not be examiners for theory/practical eaminations) appointed by the university from the panel of experts approved by the Board of Studies of the Faculty. The examiners shall report whether the dissertation is accepted. or rejected or the candidate be allowed to resubmit the thesis after revision. If the examiners disagree, the university shall appoint a “Fourth” independent examiner who shall be an expert in the same specialty. After approval, the dissertation shall become the property of the SGT University.
  10. The Internal examiner shall send only report to the University after evaluation of thesis and the evaluated copy will be deposited in the College library for reference of the students. The external examiners shall send the copy of the dissertation along with the report to the University. The University shall keep two copies in the University Library for reference.

25.  Declaration of Results:

  1. The Board of Examiners shall send the results to the Controller of Examinations who will publish the result  as early as possible.
  2. A candidate shall be declared successful only when he/she  has passed the examination & the dissertation has been accepted.
  3. Each successful candidate will be issued Detailed Marks Card.

26. Award of Degree:

Each successful candidate shall be awarded a degree of Doctor of Medicine in one of the subjects mentioned under Clause 1 of this Ordinance.

27. 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.

 

Must have recognized degree of MBBS awarded by Indian University or an equivalent qualification recognized by the Medical Council of India.

Rs. 1,200,000/- (Per Annum)