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Academic Policy

The College follows a rigorous academic training programme throughout the year. Students are expected to attend all classes, labs and seminars. A big part of the students’ academic life at the College is the continuous testing method employed by the College. A student’s academic performance throughout the year has an important bearing on the allocation of internal marks in the final university examination.

1. CAT, Semester and Final Exams:

The college conducts a monthly Continuous Assessment Test (CAT) of all its students. It is mandatory for all students to appear in the CAT as it will provide them with much needed final examination practice. It also helps in identifying weak subject areas of the students that may need more studying or training. At the end of every three months, a Semester exam is conducted by the College. It tests the accumulative knowledge that the students have gained in the previous three months. Attendance in Semester exam is mandatory. Before the final year end exam, a final year internal exam is conducted by the College. It is mandatory for all students to appear and do their best in this exam as the marks scored in this exam will determine the internal marks allocated by the College to that students’ academic record for that year.

2. Communication skills:

The College also encourages the students to participate in activities that improve their communication skills. Presentations are the main module through which the students are expected to participate and improve on their communication and presentation skills.

3. Guest Lectures and Community Tours:

The College arranges for guest lecture by notable opinion makers in the field of health and other related disciplines to give the students an overall grooming and prepare them for the practical world. Community tours are arranged to different public health setups (after their third year) so that students can improve on their understanding of the real world. This enables them to be confident when faced with real world situations and makes them better health professionals in the longer run. By interaction with the community, students learn about the different chronic health problems of our society and are thus sensitized into becoming more responsible health professionals.

4. Tentative schedule for MBBS five year study: 

The schedule for the five years of MBBS study is as given below:


Classes

1st Year

2nd Year

3rd Year

4th Year

5th Year

Total Hours

Behavioral Sciences

25 hrs

25 hrs

-

-

-

50 hrs.

Islamic and Pak. Studies

10 hrs

10 hrs

10 hrs

10 hrs

10 hrs

50 hrs

Anatomy

350 hrs

250 hrs

-

-

-

600 hrs

Physiology

350 hrs

250 hrs

-

-

-

600 hrs

Biochemistry

100 hrs

100 hrs

-

-

-

200 hrs

Pharmacology

-

-

300 hrs

-

-

300 hrs

Pathology

-

30 hrs

140 hrs

130 hrs

-

300 hrs

Forensic Medicine

-

-

60 hrs

-

-

60 hrs

Community Medicine

25 hrs

25 hrs

75 hrs

75 hrs

-

200 hrs

Medicine including psychiatry, pulmonology & Dermatology

30 hrs

60 hrs

100 hrs

200 hrs

350 hrs

740 hrs

Paediatrics

5 hrs

10 hrs

15 hrs

100 hrs

100 hrs

230 hrs

Surgery including Paed. Surgery, Dentistry Orthopaedic and Anesthesia

30 hrs

60 hrs

100 hrs

200 hrs

350 hrs

740 hrs

Obstetrics & Gynecology

10 hrs

20 hrs

40 hrs

100 hrs

150 hrs

320 hrs

Ophthalmology

5 hrs

10 hrs

15 hrs

50 hrs

50 hrs

130 hrs

Otorhinolaryngology

5 hrs

10 hrs

15 hrs

50 hrs

50 hrs

130 hrs

Radiology

5 hrs

10 hrs

-

15 hrs

-

30 hrs

Nuclear Medicine

-

10 hrs

-

10 hrs

-

20 hrs

General practice

-

-

10 hrs

10 hrs

-

20 hrs

Clinico pathological Conferences

-

-

30 hrs

30 hrs

30 hrs

90 hrs

Computer Studies

-

-

25 hrs

-

-

25 hrs

Total

950 hrs

890 hrs

1,035 hrs

1,010 hrs

1,090 hrs

4,975 hrs

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