Department of Medicine

The Department of Medicine offers a six years program, after which candidates obtain Doctor of Medicine, MD, degree. The program consists of two years of preclinical education in human anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, microbiology and pathology. Pre clinical lectures as well as laboratory work are offered at the College’s premises. The clinical attachments consist of major rotations in internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics and obstetrics and gynecology. Additionally, clinical attachments in psychiatry, emergency medicine, dentistry, ENT, radiology and ophthalmology are required before sitting for final qualifying examinations. Clinical attachments are conducted mainly at government hospitals where they can get wide range of cases and enrich their exposure.

The community medicine attachment involves posting in a rural/semi urban setting during which students make community diagnosis of the selected site and prepare a prioritized health care action plan. Students are expected to prepare a written report on their chosen area of study in the selected areas. During this attachment, students also rotate through OPD, maternity, vaccination, and school health programs at the selected health center.

Final qualifying examination consisting of written, clinical and viva are administered at the end of the program in the presence of external examiners.

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