Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) – 5.5 years

Overview Of The Program

This is a five and a half year undergraduate program recognised by the Medical Council of  India . The program includes a compulsory rotational internship of 1 year duration. The training program is divided into four phases , namely First Professional MBBS, Second Professional MBBS, Third Professional MBBS part I and Third Professional MBBS part II. Two months are designated for Elective rotations in the time period between completion of Third Professional part I and commencement of Third Professional part II. A Foundation Course of one month duration is conducted at the start of First Professional part I. The entire course is conducted as per the Competency Based Curriculum suggested by the Medical Council of India. Training the candidate in clinical and practical skills is given as much importance as conducting theory classes. The students are introduced to the clinics from the First Professional Year. Our state of art Simulation Laboratory is used to impart Skills training to the undergraduate students. Dedicated time has been carved out in the program to impart Attitude, Ethics and Communication (AETCOM) skills in all the phases.The program is designed with a goal to create an Indian Medical Graduate (IMG) possessing knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and responsiveness to function appropriately and effectively as a Physician of first contact while being globally relevant.

Programme Objectives

The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Programme is designed towards rendering training to create an Medical Graduate possessing requisite knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and responsiveness, so that she or he may function appropriately and effectively as a physician of first contact of the community while being globally relevant. The Medical Graduates coming out of the institute should be able to:

(a) Diagnosis and manage common health problems of the individual and the community, commensurate with his/her position as a member of the health team at the primary, secondary or tertiary levels, using his/her clinical skills based on history, physical examination and relevant investigations.

(b) Practice preventive, promotive, curative, and rehabilitative medicine in respect to the commonly encountered health problems.

(c) Appreciate rationale for different therapeutic modalities, be familiar with the administration of the “essential drugs” and their common side effects.

 (d) Appreciate the socio-psychological, cultural, economic, and environmental factors affecting health and develop humane attitude towards the patients in discharging one’s professional responsibilities.

(e) Possess the attitude for continued self-learning and to seek further expertise or to pursue research in any chosen area of medicine, action research and documentation skills.

 (f) Familiar with the basic factors which are essential for the implementation of the National Health Programs including practical aspects of the following:

(i) Family Welfare and Maternal and Child Health (MCH).

(ii) Sanitation and water supply.

(iii) Prevention and control of communicable and noncommunicable diseases; (iv) Immunization.

(v) Health Education.

(vi) Indian Public Health Standards (IPHS) at various level of service delivery; (vii) Bio-medical waste disposal; and

(viii) Organizational and or institutional arrangements.

(g) Acquire basic management skills in human resources, materials and resource management related to health care delivery, General and hospital management, principal inventory skills and counselling.

(h) Identify community health problems and learn to work to resolve these by designing, instituting corrective steps, and evaluating outcome of such measures.

(i) Work as a leading partner in health care teams and acquire proficiency in communication skills.

(j) Work in a variety of health care settings and have personal characteristics and attitudes required for professional life.

Programme Outcome

At the end of undergraduate training the student will be A competent medical graduate capable of providing high quality of care to patients in the community as well as in a health care setting.

Programme Specific Outcomes

1. Clinician who understands and provides preventive, promotive, curative, palliative and holistic care with compassion

2. Leader and member of the health care team and system with capabilities to collect, analyse, synthesize, and communicate health data appropriately.

3. Communicator with patients, families, colleagues, and community.

4. Lifelong learner committed to continuous improvement of skills and knowledge

5. Professional, who is committed to excellence, is ethical, responsive, and accountable to patients, community, and profession.

Eligibility

As per NEET

Number of Seats

250

Duration Of Course

5.5 years

Subjects Covered
Phase & year of MBBS trainingSubjects & Teaching ElementsDurationUniversity Examination
First Professional MBBSFoundation Course (1 month)Human AnatomyPhysiologyBiochemistryIntroduction to Community MedicineHumanitiesEarly Clinical ExposureAttitude Ethics and Communication Module (AETCOM)1+13 monthsI Professional
Second Professional MBBSPathologyMicrobiologyPharmacologyForensic Medicine and ToxicologyIntroduction to clinical subjects including Community MedicineClinical postingsAETCOM12 monthsII Professional
Third Professional MBBS Part IGeneral MedicineGeneral SurgeryObstetrics & GynaecologyPaediatricsOrthopaedicsDermatologyPsychiatryOtorhinolaryngologyOphthalmologyCommunity Medicine

Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

Respiratory Medicine

Radiodiagnosis and Radiotherapy

Anaesthesiology

Clinical postings/subjects

AETCOM

13 monthsIII Professional (Part I)
ElectivesElectivesSkills and assessment* 2 months 
Third Professional MBBS Part IIGeneral MedicinePaediatricsGeneral SurgeryOrthopaedicsObstetrics & Gynaecology including Family welfare and allied specialitiesClinical postings/subjectsAETCOM13 monthsIII Professional (Part II)

 

*Assessment of electives shall be included in Internal Assessment

Fees

General Quota:
Rs. 25,75,000/- Per Year.

NRI Quota:

1. 60,000 USD Per Year
+15 % of Tuition Fees as Eligibility/ Enrollment (One Time)
+ 3% raise in fees per year only For NRI Quota 

2. DD in Favour of Padmashree Dr D Y Patil University Fees payable at Navi Mumbai.

List of Documents

1) Provisional Allotment Letter.
2) NEET Admit Card.
3) NEET Rank Card.
4) NEET Score Card.
5) 10th & 12th Score Card.
6) 10th & 12th Passing Certificate.
7) School Leaving Certificate.
8) Migration / Transfer Certificate.
9) Parents PAN Card.
10) Embassy Letter + Parents IT Return Proof. (Only For NRI Quota)

*All documents to be produced in original along with 2 attested photocopies

Reporting Details

Reporting to be done at Medical College, Registrar Office, Ground Floor.

Teaching Learning

School of Medicine follows an inclusive Learning and Teaching activity which is learner-centric and outcome-based.

The school is committed to provide good environment/infrastructure, experienced faculty members, modern technology based teaching tools, and traditional Indian methods to strengthen the bond between Teacher-student and patients for the holistic development of students.

School uses a variety of methods for  Teaching – Learning which as follows-

  • Learning Management System
  • Institutions developed Teaching-Learning mobile apps to enhance remote learning
  • Medical Simulation Lab
  • Virtual Teaching
  • Live procedure video from operation theatres
  • Didactic Lectures
  • Flip class demonstrations and practical
  • Tutorials
  • Field Visits/Trips/Industrial Visits
  • Internships and Live Projects
  • Hospital Bed Side Teaching
  • Patient Care
  • Micro Teaching- Small Group Teaching
  • Group Discussions, Case Studies, Seminars, Journal Clubs, Quiz
  •  Personality development
  • Environment awareness
  • Out reach and Extension activities
  • Values and Ethics in Medicine