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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                      Department of Repertory

Repertory is an index of symptoms of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica with their corresponding medicines given in gradation arranged systematically.

Dr. Pierrie Schmidth Quotes

“No one can know everything and that is why in all honesty one must admit that no conscientious. Homoeopathic doctor can practice homoeopathy in a serious and really scientific way without a repertoty”.

Dr.Elizabeth Wright quotes

“It is impossible to Practice Homoeopathy without the aid of Repertories and the best repertory is the Fullest”

Dr.Kent quotes

“The need for the Repertory comes from the character of Homoeopathy itself”.

 OBJECTIVES

A student shall able to:

  • The importance of case taking (Acute and chronic) according to Hahnemann, Kent, Robert, Boenninghausen and Boger concept and record keeping. Make out the totality of symptoms and reportorial totality.
  • The definition, purpose and various terminology used in repertory and also understand the commonly used repertories in relation to their historical back ground plan of construction adoptability and limitations.
  • The definition requests and modern methods of Repertorization including the use of computer
 ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES UNDER DEPARTMENT

TEACHING PROGRAMME (UG)

 
Total No. theoretical Teaching hours 150 Hrs
Total No. Teaching hours for Practical/Clinical 175 Hrs
Advanced Teaching Programme Prepared Yes
Teaching Diary Maintenance Yes
Practical records of students Yes
Seminars held on Repertory & Case Taking Yes
Tutorial Classes Provision with No. of Students in each Batch Yes, 25 students
Facility for demonstration at Bedside in college hospital Yes
Facility for demonstration at Bedside in super specialty hospital Yes
Bedside training on applied Homoeopathic Materia Medica Yes
Time Table Yes
Interaction with other departments Yes
Principles & Practice of Homoeopathic repertory Taught
History of Repertories & type of Repertoris Taught
Demonstration on Kent, Boger,Boenninghausen & Card Repertories Demonstrated
Computerized Repertorization Demonstrated/Assigned IPD Cases
Case Taking Taught
Analysis & Evaluation of symptoms Taught
Totality of Symptoms Taught
Co-Relating Anatomy. Physiology,Pathology ,Medicine ,Surgery Gyneacology & Obstretrics with applied Materia Medica Explaned
Clinical & Regional Repertory Demonstrated

Yearly & monthly teaching programmes are done in advance and displayed on notice board. Seminars and tutorials are conducted fortnightly. Part completion tests are conducted once in a month. The clinical postings start from III BHMS and continue to final BHMS. The details of clinical postings are as follows:

Three internal assessment examinations are conducted in final BHMS.

Academic programmes under department: for PG

TEACHING PROGRAMME (PG)

 
Total No. theoretical Teaching hours Part - I 400 Hrs Part - II 700 Hrs
Total No. hours for Clinical OPD for each PG Student Part - I 750 Hrs Part - II 900 Hrs
Clinical Discussion Conducted
Maintenance of Log Book Maintained
Seminars Conducted
Journal Club Meetings Conducted
Clinical presentation by PG students 2 Hrs per week
No. of Project Work allotted to each PG student 1 project work is allotted to each PG student
Documentation Maintained
Research Facilities for PG Course Provided
Principles & Practice of Homoeopathic repertory Taught
History of Repertories & type of Repertoris Taught
Demonstration on Kent, Boger,Boenninghausen & Card Repertories Demonstrated
Computerized Repertorization Demonstrated/Assigned IPD Cases
Case Taking Taught
Analysis & Evaluation of symptoms Taught
Totality of Symptoms Taught

 TEACHING OF REPERTORY IN HOSPITAL:

 
Teaching Aspects Students in Batch
Hospital Teaching Programme in case taking 25
Hospital Teaching Programme in Repertorisation Conducted
Acute Cases Repertorised 05
Chronic Cases Repertorised 15
Bed side Clinical Conducted
 BHMS : III BHMS 1. Theory Classes 50 Hrs 2. Practical classes 25 Hrs 3. Clinical Classes - 25 Hrs 

1) Theory Classes: 100  2) Practical Classes:150  3) Clinical Classes: 150  4) Seminars  5) Tutorials

Teaching programme: The teaching program of both theory and practical classes is prepared for monthly and yearly and is displayed on the notice board for students reference.
Seminars – ONCE IN 15 DAYS – Seminars should be arranged once in 15 days with audio visual aids periodically on the assigned topics by the student.
Tutorials – ONCE IN 15 DAYS. Tutorials shall be arranged once in 15 days, arranged in smaller group discussions.
Tests: Monthly one test (PCT)
Internal assessment Examination: Dept conducts 3internal assessment examinations as per the guidelines of and RGUHS. A student must secure at least 50% of total marks fixed for I A examination in the subject in order to be eligible to appear in university examination. It will be considered of best of two.
Attendance: 80% attendance is compulsory for qualifying the final examinations.
Parents meet: Twice a year a parents meet will be conducted in that we brief the student’s performance.

MD (Hom) Part – I

1) Theory Classes:400 Hrs 2) Practical Classes:750 Hrs

 

MD (Hom) Part – I (Minor)

1) Theory Classes:700 Hrs  2) Practical Classes:900 Hrs

INFRASTRUCTURE:

 
Repertory Department Room 11.52 sq.Mts
Computer Lab 59.27 sq.Mts
demonstration Room 59.27 sq.Mts
PG Student Discussion Room 59.27 sq.Mts
Departmental Library 11.52 sq.Mts

Charts, equipments, Library Books & Computing Facility:

 
Total No. of Charts 15
Total No. of Computers 07
Total No. of Software 05
No. of Books in Departmental Library 150
Additional Items Computer with Internet Facility, LCD Projector

DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY :

1. UG: 95 Books  2. PG: 55 Books

DEMONSTRATION HALL : It consists of 5 computers with Internet facility & with 5 latest Software accessible to Students with one LCD projector

Name of Guides in the Subject for P.G. Students:

 
1 Dr. Vijaylaxmi B M
2 Dr. Hemalatha K
3 Dr Mahadev Patil
4 Dr Sarojini T

 Teaching Faculty:

 
Sl.Ni Photo Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Teaching Experience
  Dr Vijaylaxmi B M M.D (Homoeo) Professor & HOD 30 Years 10 months
2 Dr.S.Krishna M.D (Homoeo) Professor 36 Years 2 months
3 Dr.Hemalatha K M.D (Homoeo) Professor 19 Years 7 months
4 Dr.Mahadev K Patil M.D (Homoeo) Asst. Professor 18 Years 7 month
5 Dr.Sarojini T M.D (Homoeo) Asso. Professor 10 Years 05 month
6   Dr Sangamma M.D (Homoeo) Assistant Professor/Lecturer 01 years