HKE Society's Dr. Maalakaraddy Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Kalaburagi

Affiliated to
Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences,
Karnataka, Bengaluru

Recognized by
Central Council of Homoeopathy, New Delhi

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UG COURSE

BHMS :Duration: 5½years

Under Graduate 1st year Intake Capacity is 100 Seats.

Course of Study (UG): The bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery degree course comprise a course of study spread over a period of 5 ½ years course including one year compulsory Rotatory internship after passing IVth year BHMS Examination.

I    BHMS  One year
II   BHMS  One Year
III  BHMS  One year
IV  BHMS  One and Half year
Internship One year

Eligibility for Admission:

  • A candidate must have passed the PUC or its equivalent examination with English as one of the language and Physics, Chemistry & Biology as optional subjects with not less then 50% of marks in aggregate in the Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry & Biology).
  • A Candidate who passed the B.Sc Part-I degree examination of any university in India or recognized as equivalent thereto with the following science subjects namely Chemistry, Botany & Zoology and secured not less then 50% of marks in the aggregate in above subjects provided the candidate has passed the PUC or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology as optional and English as one of the languages.
  • A candidate who passed the B.Sc degree examination of any university in India or its equivalent with the following science subjects namely Chemistry, Botany & Zoology and secured not less then 0% of marks in the aggregate in B.Sc. examination in above subjects, provided the candidate has passed the PUC or its equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology as optionals & English as one of the languages at Pre University or B.Sc Part-I level.
  • Candidate should have attained the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission.

    Note: NEET, AIAPGET is compulsory &  In case of students belonging to SC/ST/OBC and category – I the minimum percentage shall not be less then 40%.

Ist BHMS 1 year Duration

Subjects:

  • Anatomy, Histology & Embryology.
  • Physiology including Biochemistry.
  • Homoeopathic Pharmacy.
  • Homoeopathic Materia Medica & Therapeutics.
  • Organon of Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy and Psychology.

IInd BHMS 1 Year Duration

Subjects:

  • Pathology & Microbiology including Parasitology, Bacteriology & Virology.
  • Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
  • Homoeopathic Materia Medica & Therapeutics.
  • Organon of Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy & Psychology.
  • Surgery (Including ENT, Ophthalmology, Dentistry & Orthopedics & Homoeopathic Therapeutics)
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Infant Care & Homoeopathic Therapeutics)
  • Practice of Medicine (Including Pediatrics, Psychiatry & Skin diseases with Homoeopathic Therapeutics)

 No Candidate shall be admitted to II BHMS Examination unless:     

a. He/she has passed the I BHMS examination at least one year previously and     

b. Has regularly attended the following courses of instruction in theory and practical in the subjects of the examination over a period of at least one year in the          College subsequent to his/her passing the I BHMS examination to the satisfaction of the Head of the Institution.

 IIIrd BHMS 1 year Duration
Subjects:

  • Surgery (Including ENT, Ophthalmology, Dentistry & Orthopedics & Homoeopathic Therapeutics.
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Infant Care & Homoeopathic Therapeutics)
  • Homoeopathic Materia Medica & Therapeutics.
  • Organon of Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy & Psychology.
  • Practice of Medicine (Including Pediatrics, Psychology & Skin diseases with Homoeopathic Therapeutics)

No Candidate shall be admitted to III BHMS Examination unless:
a. He/she has passed the II BHMS examination at least six months previously and

b. Has regularly attended the following courses of instruction in theory and practical in the subjects of the examination over a period of at least one year in the College subsequent to his/her passing the II BHMS examination to the satisfaction of the Head of the Institution.

IVth BHMS 1½ year Duration
Subjects:

  • Practice of Medicine (Including Pediatrics, Psychology & Skin diseases with Homoeopathic Therapeutics)
  • Homoeopathic Materia Medica & Therapeutics
  • Organon of Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy & Psychology
  • Case taking and Repertory.
  • Community Medicine.

No Candidate shall be admitted to IV BHMS Examination unless:

a. He/she has passed the III BHMS examination at least six months previously and

b. Has regularly attended the following courses of instruction in theory and practical in the subjects of the examination over a period of at least one year in the College subsequent to his/her passing the III BHMS examination to the satisfaction of the Head of the Institution.

Scheme of Examination:

  Internal Assessment:

It shall be based on evaluation of assignment, presentation of seminar, clinical Presentation etc. There shall be periodical tests and internal (Theory & Practical) examinations in each academic year. There shall be a minimum of at least three internal assessment of examinations during the I, II,III and IV BHMS Course and average of best of two examination marks for each year will be taken into consideration while calculating the marks of the internal assessment. Day to day records will be given importance in the internal assessment. Proper record of the work should be maintained which will be the basis of Internal assessment of all students.
Proportion of marks for Internal Assessment shall be 20% of maximum marks prescribed for university examination for each subject in theory and practical. A student must secure of least 50% of total marks fixed for internal assessment in a particular subject in order to be eligible to appear in University Examination in that subject. Each student appearing for I, II, III & IV BHMS shall maintain practical record/journal comprising of 20 cases (10 short & 10 long cases) with complete processing of the case material for each examination, which shall be evaluated by the head of the department. There shall be provision for improvement of the internal assessment of all these examinations and journal work in I, II, III & IV BHMS, Examination respectively.

University Examination:

The University shall conduct two examinations annually with an interval of not less than four to six months between the two examinations.

Schedule of Examination:

I BHMS – The first year BHMS examination shall be at the end of 12 months after admission.

II BHMS – The second year BHMS examination shall be after one year of course of study after the I BHMS examination.

III BHMS – The third year BHMS examination shall be after one year of course of study after the II BHMS examination.

IV BHMS – The fourth year BHMS examination shall be after one year of course of study after the III BHMS examination.

All examination shall be held as per notification issued in the calendar of events by the university form time to time.

 Particulars of subject for university examination:

The subjects the number of theory papers, practical and Viva-voce examination shall be as follows.

I BHMS:

  • Anatomy including Histology & Embryology: There shall be two theory papers. Practical & identification of specimen, histology slides and viva-voce.
  • Physiology including Biochemistry: There shall be two theory papers, practical including viva-voce examination.
  • Homoeopathic Pharmacy: There shall be one theory paper, Practical and viva-voce examination.
  • Homoeopathic Materia Medica: There shall be one theory paper and viva-voce examination.
  • Organon of Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic philosophy and Psychology,. There shall be one theory paper and viva-voce examination.

II BHMS:

  • Pathology and Microbiology: There shall be one theory paper and practical including viva-voce identification of Microscopic slides and specimens shall be part of practical examination.
  • Forensic Medicine & Toxicology: There shall be one theory paper and viva-voce examination including practical consisting of identification of specimens and spotters.
  • Materia Medica: There shall be one theory paper practical /viva-voce examination.
  • Organon of Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy & Psychology: There shall be one theory paper, practical & viva-voce examination.

III BHMS:

  • Surgery: There shall be three theory papers and practical/ viva-voce examination. One theory paper shall be exclusively on Homoeo therapeutics. The practical examination shall consist of clinical examination and Viva voce. In the clinical examination the students shall be examined about his skill on the surgical instruments, bandages and general measures related to Surgery, scope of Homoeopathic therapeutics and examination and diagnosis of surgical Homoeopathic therapeutics and examination and diagnosis of surgical disease through clinical examination. X-ray and other common diagnostic techniques. The case studies reports of the students carried out during the course shall also be considered for the examination.
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology: including infant care. There shall be three theory papers and practical/ viva-voce examination. One theory paper shall be exclusively on Homoeo therapeutics. The practical examination shall consist of clinical examination and Viva- voce. In the clinical examination the students shall be examined the specimens, models, instruments and general appliances related to Obstetrics, scope of Homoeopathic therapeutics and examination and diagnosis of Gynecological disease through clinical examination, x-ray and other common diagnostic techniques. The case studies reports of the students carried out during the course shall also be considered for the examination.
  • Homoeopathic Materia Medica: There shall be one theory paper and bedside practical/ viva voce examination. The bedside examination shall be on two acute cases with special reference to nosological diagnosis and therapeutic diagnosis from Homoeopathic point of view.
  • Organon Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy and Psychology. There shall be one theory paper, practical & viva voce examination.

IV BHMS:

  • Practice of Medicine including Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Dermatology: There shall be three theory papers and bedside practical/ viva voce examination. One theory paper shall be exclusively on Homoeo therapeutics. The practical examination shall consist of clinical examination and viva-voce. In the clinical examination the students shall be examined on his skill on the nosological and therapeutic diagnosis, through clinical examination, x-ray and other common diagnostic techniques and detailed case takings on long and short cases. The case reports of the students carried out during the course shall also be considered for the viva -voce examination.
  • Homoeopathic Materia Medica: There shall be two theory papers and bedside practical examination & viva-voce. The bedside examination shall be one long case one short case with special reference to their nosological diagnosis and therapeutic diagnosis from Homoeopathic point of view. The case reports of the students carried out during the course shall be considered for the oral examination.
  • Organon of Medicine and Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy: Shall consist of two theory papers and practical/ viva-voce examination. The practical examination shall be on the Homoeopathic orientation of cases in relation to miasmatic diagnosis, general management, posology, second prescription etc.
  • Case taking and Repertory: There shall be one theory paper and practical/ viva-voce examination. The practical examination shall consist of Homoeopathic principles on case taking of one long case and one short case and the methods of arriving the reportorial totality, through case analysis and actual repertorisation. The skill of finding rubrics from Kent and Bonninghausan Repertories, the case reports of the students carried out during the course shall be considered for the viva -voce examination.
  • Community Medicine including Health Education and Family Welfare. There shall be one theory paper, practical and viva-voce examination. The practical examination shall be on spotting and identification of specimens and matters related to the community oriented problems.

Criteria for pass:

       For declaration of pass in an examination a candidate shall be secure a minimum of 50% of marks in theory, Practical and Viva-voce separately.