Undergraduate Degree Course

  • MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery)

Postgraduate Degree Courses

  • M.S. (Anatomy)
  • M.D. (Physiology)
  • M.D. (Bio-Chemistry)
  • M.D. (Pharmacology)
  • M.D. (Microbiology)
  • M.D. (General Medicine)
  • M.D. (Paediatrics)
  • M.D. (Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy)
  • M.D. (Psychiatry)
  • M.S. (General Surgery)
  • M.S. (Orthopaedics)
  • M.S. (Ophthalmology)
  • M.S. (ENT)
  • M.D. (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)
  • M.D. (Anaesthesiology)
  • M.D. (Radio-Diagnosis)
  • M.D. (Immuno Haematology & Blood transfusion)
  • M.D. (Emergency Medicine)

Postgraduate Diploma Courses

  • D.Ortho. (Diploma in Orthopaedics)
  • D.O. (Diploma in Ophthalmology)
  • D.L.O. (Diploma in Otorhinolaringology)
  • D.A. (Diploma in Anaesthesiology)

Course Objective

The main objective of the program is to offer educational programs of International Standard to prepare students to become competent medical professionals with a holistic approach in a global environment.

At the end of the undergraduate programme the objectives achieved shall be:

  • Basic Medical training to diagnose and treat primary Health care problems, familiarization in the speciality and super speciality subjects enough to diagnose and direct the patient approprialty for secondary and tertiary Health problems.
  • To bring awareness and implement all the national programmes such as
  • Immunization programme
  • TB control programme
  • Malaria control programme
  • Filaria Eradication programme
  • AIDS Awareness programme
  • To fulfill the obligation to the community by achieving health for all through health education, and importance of sanitation and water supply.
  • Prevention and control of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
  • To develop a scientific temper in the students for life long learning, as medicine is a developing and constantly changing subject, by regularly attending CME programmes.

I MBBS –12 Months: 2 Terms

Anatomy 6 Months each (I & II)
Physiology 6 Months each (I & II)
Biochemistry 6 Months each (I & II)

Objectives

At the end of Phase-I & II, the student should be able to:

  • 1.Understand normal disposition, inter relationships, functional and structural anatomy of various organs and their development. He should be able to locate structures of the body and mark topography of living anatomy.
  • 2.Understand and describe normal functions of the all organs of the body and their functional interactions.
  • 3.Understand and describe various functional aspects, at the bio molecular level including metabolic pathways and their regulatory mechanisms.
  • 4.Integrate these learnt subjects to practice of clinical medicine.

II MBBS –18 Months: 3 Terms

Pathology 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
Microbiology 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
Pharmacology 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
Forensic Medicine 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)

Objectives

At the end of II MBBS, the student should be able to:

  • 1. Understand concepts of cell injury and the biological and morphological effects of such injury on various organ systems. The natural biology of various diseases and diagnostic relationships.
  • 2. Describe the relationship of host and parasites, defenses of the body and the mechanism of microbial diseases and their prevention.
  • 3. Perform Medico-Legal Autopsies, prepare a report or certify in Medico-Legal Cases and be aware of the legal or Court Procedures related to medicine.
  • 4. Understand drug actions, drug interactions, drug prescriptions, and recognize or prevent adverse drug reactions.
  • 5. He/She should be able to translate the above concepts to understand various manifestations of diseases and apply corrective therapy on patients.

III MBBS - Part – I 12 months 2 Terms

Community Medicine 6 Months each (III, IV,V,VI & VII)
Ophthalmology 6 Months each (III, IV,V,VI & VII)
Oto-Rhino-Larngology 6 Months each (III, IV,V,VI & VII)

The student should able to understand:

  • 1. The epidemiology of various infectious and non-infectious diseases and to understand and manage health problems at the social and Community levels
  • 2. Identify common problems related to eye and Visionn and take effective care for prevention of common eye diseases.
  • 3. Patho-physiology of common Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases, investigate and treat them and to recognize preventable causes of deafness.

III MBBS Part II – 12 Months – 2 Terms

Medicine 6 Months each (III to IX)
Pediatrics 6 Months each (III to IX)
Surgery 6 Months each (III to IX)
Orthopedics 6 Months each (III to IX)
Obstetrics & Gynecology 2 terms of 6 months each in III MBBS Part II

Objectives

The student should be able to understand:

  • 1. Normal growth and development of child with the manifestations of common pediatric problems and their management. Should understand the importance and prevention of Common. Childhood infectious diseases and understand, implement various National Programmes related to Child Health
  • 2. Common infectious and non-infectious diseases, their diagnostic and investigative procedures and effective management of these illnesses including allied specialties like Dermatology, Psychiatry, Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases.
  • 3. The manifestations diagnostic modalities and therapeutic principles of common surgical problems, to manage common orthopedic problems and understand anaesthetic principles of management. The Principles of radio-diagnosis and radiotherapy.
  • 4. The anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of female genital tract, recognize normal and abnormal labour and manage normal labour, Concepts of Family Planning, Contraception, recognize abnormalities of the genital tract, investigate and treat common problems.

ONE YEAR COMPULSORY ROTATING RESIDENT INTERNSHIP

where the student is trained and prepared to get acquainted with procedures in management of patients at the hospital and community levels. After successful completion, the Degree and License to practice are awarded by the concerned authorities.

MBBS Regulations

II MBBS –18 Months: 3 Terms

Pathology 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
Microbiology 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
Pharmacology 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)
Forensic Medicine 3 Terms of 6 Months each (III, IV & V)

Objectives

At the end of II MBBS, the student should be able to:

  • Understand concepts of cell injury and the biological and morphological effects of such injury on various organ systems. The natural biology of various diseases and diagnostic relationships.
  • Describe the relationship of host and parasites, defenses of the body and the mechanism of microbial diseases and their prevention.
  • Perform Medico-Legal Autopsies, prepare a report or certify in Medico-Legal Cases and be aware of the legal or Court Procedures related to medicine.
  • Understand drug actions, drug interactions, drug prescriptions, and recognize or prevent adverse drug reactions.
  • He/She should be able to translate the above concepts to understand various manifestations of diseases and apply corrective therapy on patients.

III MBBS - Part – I 12 months 2 Terms

Community Medicine 6 Months each (III, IV,V,VI & VII)
Ophthalmology 6 Months each (III, IV,V,VI & VII)
Oto-Rhino-Larngology 6 Months each (III, IV,V,VI & VII)

The student should able to understand:

  • The epidemiology of various infectious and non-infectious diseases and to understand and manage health problems at the social and Community levels
  • Identify common problems related to eye and Visionn and take effective care for prevention of common eye diseases.
  • Patho-physiology of common Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases, investigate and treat them and to recognize preventable causes of deafness.

III MBBS Part II – 12 Months – 2 Terms

Medicine 6 Months each (III to IX)
Pediatrics 6 Months each (III to IX)
Surgery 6 Months each (III to IX)
Orthopedics 6 Months each (III to IX)
Obstetrics & Gynecology 2 terms of 6 months each in III MBBS Part II

Objectives

The student should be able to understand:

  • Normal growth and development of child with the manifestations of common pediatric problems and their management. Should understand the importance and prevention of Common. Childhood infectious diseases and understand, implement various National Programmes related to Child Health
  • Common infectious and non-infectious diseases, their diagnostic and investigative procedures and effective management of these illnesses including allied specialties like Dermatology, Psychiatry, Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases.
  • The manifestations diagnostic modalities and therapeutic principles of common surgical problems, to manage common orthopedic problems and understand anaesthetic principles of management. The Principles of radio-diagnosis and radiotherapy.
  • The anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of female genital tract, recognize normal and abnormal labour and manage normal labour, Concepts of Family Planning, Contraception, recognize abnormalities of the genital tract, investigate and treat common problems.

ONE YEAR COMPULSORY ROTATING RESIDENT INTERNSHIP

where the student is trained and prepared to get acquainted with procedures in management of patients at the hospital and community levels. After successful completion, the Degree and License to practice are awarded by the concerned authorities.

MBBS Syllabus

About the Program

Course Highlights

  • MBBS is an undergraduate degree in medicine which enables one to register as a medical practitioner and to pursue post graduate degrees in various fields of medicine.
  • Duration of study is 4 1/2 years followed by one year internship
  • The program follows the norms of Medical Council of India (MCI)
  • Approved and notified in the Gazette of India by the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt of India in concurrence with the University Grants Commission (UGC)
  • Indian Curriculum
  • The course is taught in English as the medium of instruction.
  • The degree will be awarded by Vinayaka Missions University.
  • The Indian students graduating in this program will have to undergo a screening test as per the provisions of Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 and the Screening test regulations, 2002 of Medical Council of India (MCI), to register as a medical practitioner in India.

Course Duration

Phase Duration of study No. of weeks
Phase – I (I MBBS)> 1 year 40 weeks
Phase – II (II MBBS) 1 ½ Year 60 weeks >
Phase – III (Final MBBS-Part-I)

 

1 year 40 weeks
Phase – IV (Final MBBS-Part-I)

 

1 year 40 weeks
Phase – V (Internship) 1 year 52 weeks
Total 4 ½ + 1 year  > 180+52=232 weeks

Course Information

The total duration of study is 5 1/2 years (66 months) including 1 year internship.

The entire program is divided into five phases as detailed below:

Phase - I (12 months)

  Subject

  Description

 

Anatomy

Study of human structures from gross to microscopic level, dissection of human bodies, study of organs and their arrangements. It also involves study from embryos stage to a developed fetus stage, abnormalities etc.

Physiology

Study of normal functions of various body organs, experimental physiology, cellular functions and clinical applications.

Biochemistry

Chemical natures, functions, genetics, body fluids both normal and abnormal, molecular level knowledge, latest hi-tech equipments and their use.

Community medicine

Community medicine plays a major role in preventive measures of diseases and health hazards in the society.

Phase - II (18 months)

Microbiology

Study of microbes, viruses, fungi, etc. that cause diseases in human beings. It also enlightens on the evidence based drug treatment on microbial diseases.

Pathology

This branch of medical science deals with morbid anatoy of deceased organs, microscopic changes that follow a disease, detection of abnormal and cancerous cells etc.

Pharmacology

Study of drugs and their orgin, including its nature, properties and effects on living organisms, it studies and evaluates the drugs potential therapeutic value and throws light in the discovery, composition, identification, biological / physioogical effects and use of drugs.

Forensic medicine

The branch of medical science that uses medica knowledge for legal purposes, to enhance credibility of evidences.

Community medicine

Community medicine plays a major role in preventive measures of diseases and health hazards in the society.

Phase - III (12 months)

Oto Rhino Laryngology   [E.N.T]

Study of diseases in head & neck, ear, nose and throat and its management.

Ophthalmology

Study of diseases of eye and its management by medical and surgical means.

Community medicine

Community medicine plays a major role in preventive measures of diseases and health hazards in the society.

Phase - IV (12 months)

General Medicine

A major branch of clinical study involving the diseases, its pattern, manifestation and therapeutics. It also involves the critical care management of emergency situations.

General Surgery

Concerned with diseases that can be managed by surgical means and the various types and methods of surgical procedures.

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

A branch of medicine that deals with the diseases and hygiene and health of women, reproductive physiology, childbirth and care of the mother.

Paediatrics

Deals with child health in general and exclusively deals with diseases affecting children and adolescence.

Psychiatry

Deals with mental health of individuals and management of such patients.

Dermatology

A branch of medicine concerned with the study of diseases of skin and its treatment.

Radiology

A branch of health science dealing with diagnositc modalities of x-ray, ultrasound, CT scan, MRI. It also deals with radio therapeutic measures.

Internship Phase - V (12 months)

Internship

Hospital rotational postings in various disciplines.

Eligibility criteria ( Indian Students )

Education

A pass in 10 + 2 system or higher secondary or senior secondary or Pre Degree Cours ot their equivalents having passed with subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology / (Botany / Zoology) and English individually and with a minimum of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/(Botany and Zoology) taken together. For Indian students the eligibility norms of Medical Council of India (MCI) will apply for quota / reserved category students.

Age

Candidate should have completed 17 years on or before 31st December, of the year of admission to the MBBS Course.

Eligibility for NRIS and those from countries other than India Please refer to the criteria attached to the prospectus.

Govt. Approval

S.NO

Course

Letters of Permission / Recognition (Arranged Year Wise, from College Inspection)

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MBBS

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U2014

2

All MD/MS/Diploma

P2017

P2016

P2015

P2014

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