MD Program Overview

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The Medical Doctor Program follows a terms-based structure and comprises a total of 162 weeks of instruction. It is divided into two main phases: the Basic Sciences and the Clinical Sciences Programs. 

The Medical Curriculum incorporates the fundamental principles of medicine and its underlying scientific concepts. These allow students to acquire skills of critical judgment and to use these principles and skills in solving problems of health and disease. The content is of sufficient breadth and depth to prepare a medical student for entry into clinical clerkships, residency program and contemporary medical practice. 

  

Subject Name/Term

Credits

  

I Term

 

I year

BS01

Anatomy & Embryology

8

BS02

Histology and Cell Biology

6

BS03

Biochemistry

6

 

Total

20

 

II Term

 

BS04

Medical Genetics

8

BS05

Physiology

8

BS06

Neuroscience

4

 

Total

20

 

III Term 

 

BS07

Research in Medicine

6

BS08

Public Health

6

BS09

Microbiology

8

 

Total

20

II year

 

IV Term

 

BS10

Medical Law and Ethics

6

BS11

Behavioral Science

6

BS12

Immunology

8

 

Total

20

 

V Term

 

BS13

Pathology I

8

BS14

Pharmacology I

6

BS15

Patient Doctor Relationship
& History Taking

6

 

Total

20

 

VI Term 

 

BS16

Pathology II

6

BS17

Pharmacology II

6

BS18

Physical Diagnosis

8

 

Total

20

III year

(36 weeks)

 

Clinical Sciences 

 
 

VII Term

 

CS01

Internal Medicine 

12

 

VIII Term

 

CS02

Surgery

12

 

IX Term

 

CS03

Paediatrics 

6

CS04

Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

6

 

Total

36

IV year

(36 weeks)

 

X Term

 

CS05

Psychiatry

6

CS06

Family Medicine

6

 

XI-XII Terms

 

CSE

Clinical Electives

24

 

Total

36