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PG programs - MDMS

Program outcomes

(Ref: https://www.mciindia.org/CMS/information-desk/for-colleges/pg-curricula-2)

MD Anatomy:
The Goal of MD Anatomy is to train a doctor to become a competent teacher and researcher in Anatomy who
PO1    Is aware of contemporary advances and developments in the field of Anatomy
PO2    Has acquired the competencies pertaining to the subject of Anatomy that are required to be practiced at all levels of health system
PO3    Is able to discharge responsibilities and participate in National Health Education Programme
PO4    Is oriented to the principles of research methodology
PO5    Has acquired skills in educating medical and paramedical professionals
PO6    Has acquired skills in effectively communicating with the students and colleagues from various medical and paramedical fields
PO7    Has acquired skills of integrating anatomy with other disciplines as and when needed
PO8    Has acquired qualities of a good teacher capable of innovations in teaching methodology
PO9    Has been able to demonstrate adequate management skills to function as an effective leader of the team engaged in teaching and research

MD Anesthesia:
PO1    Theoretical knowledge: The student should have fair knowledge of basic sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Statistics and Physics) as applied to Anaesthesia. The student should acquire in-depth knowledge including recent advances. He/she should be fully conversant with the bedside procedures (diagnostic and therapeutic) and have knowledge of latest diagnostics and therapeutics procedures available including radiological methods
PO2    Teaching: The student should learn the basic methodology of teaching and develop competence in teaching medical/paramedical students. The student should be familiar with the latest teaching (computer and power point presentation) modes including simulators training and evidence based medical education
PO3    Attitude development: The student should develop attitude that leads to appropriate communication with colleagues to function in a group in Operating Room /Intensive Care Unit, and develop the ability to function as a leader in the operating room

MD Biochemistry:
At the end of the MD training programme in Biochemistry, the post graduate student should have acquired competencies in the following areas, as detailed below.
PO1    Acquisition of knowledge: The student should be able to explain clearly concepts and principles of biochemistry and cell biology, including correlations of these with cellular and molecular processes involved in health and disease
PO2    Teaching and training: The student should be able to effectively teach undergraduate students in medicine and allied health science courses so they become competent health care professionals and able to contribute to training of postgraduate post graduate students
PO3    Diagnostic services: The student should be able to set up/supervise/manage a diagnostic laboratory in Biochemistry in a hospital, ensuring quality control, and providing a reliable support service. The student should be able to provide clinicians with consultation services for diagnostic tests in biochemistry and in interpretation of laboratory results
PO4    Research:  The student should be able to carry out a research project from planning to publication and be able to pursue academic interests and continue life-long learning to become more experienced in all the above areas and to eventually be able to guide postgraduates in their thesis work

MD Community Medicine:
PO1    To create a skilled cadre of medical professionals having expertise in application of principles of Public Health, Community Medicine and applied epidemiology, contributing meaningfully in formulating National Health Policies & Programmes with a systems approach for overall human development
PO2    To standardize the teaching & training approaches at post-graduate level, for Community Medicine
PO3    Research: To formulate research questions, do literature search, conduct study with an appropriate study design and study tool; conduct data collection and management, data analysis and report.
MD - Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy

Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy:
PO1    Student should have knowledge of basic sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology and Pharmacology) as applied to dermatology. The student should acquire in-depth knowledge of his subject including recent advances. The student should be fully conversant with the bedside procedures (diagnostic and therapeutic) and having knowledge of latest diagnostics and therapeutics available.
PO2    Student should have acquired practical and procedural skills related to the subject
PO3    Critically evaluate, initiate investigation and clinically manage cases in Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy with the help of relevant investigations
PO4    Should plan and advise measures for the prevention and rehabilitation of patients with various dermatological conditions
PO5    Able to ensure the implementation of National Health Programmes, particularly in sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and leprosy.
PO6    Acquire training skills in research methodology, professionalism, attitude and communication skills, as below:

  • Student must know basic concepts of research methodology, plan a research project, consult library and online resources, has basic knowledge of statistics and can evaluate published studies
  • Should be able to practice the specialty of dermatology ethically
  • Recognize the health needs of patients and carry out professional obligations in keeping with principles of National Health Policy and professional ethics

PO7    Teaching skills in the subject - Student should learn the basic methodology of teaching and develop competence in teaching medical/paramedical students
PO8    Should have acquired Problem Solving skills

MD Forensic Medicine:
The Goal of MD Forensic Medicine is to train a doctor to become a competent medico-legal expert, teacher and researcher in the subject who:
PO1    Is aware of medico legal aspects in various settings
PO2    Is aware of contemporary advances and developments in the field of Forensic Medicine.
PO3    Has acquired the competencies pertaining to the subject of Forensic Medicine that are required to be practiced at all levels of health system.
PO4    Is oriented to the principles of research methodology.
PO5    Has acquired skills in educating and imparting training to medical, paramedical and allied professionals.
A post graduate student, upon successfully qualifying in the M.D (Forensic Medicine) examination, should be able to:
1.    Become an expert in Forensic Medicine.
2.    Identify and define medico-legal problems as they emerge in the community and work to resolve such problems by planning, implementing, evaluating and modulating Medico- legal services.
3.    Undertake medico-legal responsibilities and discharge medico-legal duties in required settings.
4.    Keep abreast with all recent developments and emerging trends in Forensic Medicine, Medical Ethics and the law.
5.    Deal with general principles and practical problems related to forensic, clinical, emergency, environmental, medico-legal and occupational aspects of toxicology.
6.    Deal with medico-legal aspects of Psychiatry, mental health and drug addiction.
7.    Impart education in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology to under-graduate and post-graduate students with the help of modern teaching aids.
8.    Assess the students’ knowledge and skills in the subject of Forensic Medicine
9.    Oriented to research methodology and conduct of research in the subject.

MD General Medicine:
The postgraduate training should enable the student to:
PO1    Practice efficiently internal medicine specialty, backed by scientific knowledge including basic sciences and skills
PO2    Diagnose and manage majority of conditions in his specialty (clinically and with the help of relevant investigations
PO3    Exercise empathy and a caring attitude and maintain professional integrity, honesty and high ethical standards
PO4    Plan and deliver comprehensive treatment using the principles of rational drug therapy
PO5    Plan and advise measures for the prevention and rehabilitation of patients belonging to his specialty
PO6    Manage emergencies efficiently by providing Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS) in emergency situations
PO7    Recognize conditions that may be outside the area of the specialty/ competence and refer them to an appropriate specialist
PO8    Demonstrate skills in documentation of case details including epidemiological data
PO9    Play the assigned role in the implementation of National Health Programs
PO10   Demonstrate competence in basic concepts of research methodology and clinical epidemiology; and preventive aspects of various disease states
PO11   Be a motivated ‘teacher’ - defined as one keen to share knowledge and skills with a colleague or a junior or any learner
PO12   Continue to evince keen interest in continuing education irrespective of whether he/she is in a teaching institution or is practicing and use appropriate learning resources
PO13   Be well versed with his medico-legal responsibilities
PO14   Undertake audit, use information technology tools and carry out research - both basic and clinical, with the aim of publishing the work and presenting the work at scientific forums.
PO15   The student should be able to recognize the mental condition characterized by self absorption and reduced ability to respond to the outside world (e.g. Autism), abnormal functioning in social interaction with or without repetitive behaviour and/or poor communications, etc.

MD Microbiology:
A post graduate student upon successfully qualifying in the MD (Microbiology) examination should be able to:
PO1    Demonstrate competence as a clinical microbiologist
PO2    Interact effectively with the allied departments by rendering services in basic as well as advanced laboratory investigations
PO3    Demonstrate application of microbiology in a variety of clinical settings to solve diagnostic and therapeutic problems along with preventive measures
PO4    Play a pivotal role in hospital infection control, including formulation of antibiotic policy and management of biomedical waste
PO5    Acquire skills in conducting collaborative research in the field of Microbiology and allied sciences
PO6    Conduct such clinical/experimental research as would have significant bearing on human health and patient care
PO7    Demonstrate effective communication skills required for the practice of clinical microbiology and while teaching undergraduate students
PO8    Establish good clinical microbiological services in a hospital and in the community in the fields of bacteriology, virology, parasitology, immunology and mycology
PO9    Plan, execute and evaluate teaching assignments in Medical Microbiology
PO10  Plan, execute, analyze and present the research work in medical microbiology
PO11  To acquire various skills for collaborative research
PO12  To participate is various workshops/seminars/journal clubs/demonstration in the allied departments
PO13  Uphold the prestige of the discipline amongst the fraternity of doctors

MD Pediatrics:
The objectives of MD Course in Paediatrics are to produce a competent pediatrician who:
PO1    Recognizes the health needs of infants, children and adolescents and carries out professional obligations in keeping with principles of the National Health Policy and professional ethics
PO2    Has acquired the competencies pertaining to Paediatrics that are required to be practiced in the community and at all levels of health system
PO3    Has acquired skills in effectively communicating with the child, family and the community
PO4    Is aware of contemporary advances and developments in medical sciences as related to child health
PO5    Is oriented to principles of research methodology
PO6    Has acquired skills in educating medical and paramedical professionals
PO7    Is able to recognize mental conditions and collaborate with Psychiatrists/Child Psychologists for the treatment of such patients.

MD Pathology:
The learning objectives in the cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains are:
A. Cognitive Domain
PO1    Diagnose routine and complex clinical problems on the basis of histopathology (surgical pathology) and cytopathology specimens, blood and bone marrow examination and various tests of Laboratory Medicine (clinical pathology, clinical biochemistry) as well as Blood Banking (Transfusion Medicine).
PO2    Interpret and correlate clinical and laboratory data so that clinical manifestations of diseases can be explained.
PO3    Advise on the appropriate specimens and tests necessary to arrive at a diagnosis in a problematic case.
PO4    Correlate clinical and laboratory findings with pathology findings at autopsy, identify miscorrelations and the causes of death due to diseases (apart from purely metabolic causes).
PO5    Should be able to teach Pathology to undergraduates, postgraduates, nurses and paramedical staff including laboratory personnel.
PO6    Plan, execute, analyse and present research work.
PO7    Make and record observations systematically and maintain accurate records of tests and their results for reasonable periods of time. Identify problems in the laboratory, offer solutions thereof and maintain a high order of quality control.
PO8    Capable of safe and effective disposal of laboratory waste.
PO9    Able to supervise and work with subordinates and colleagues in a laboratory.
B. Affective Domain
1.    Should be able to function as a part of a team, develop an attitude of cooperation with colleagues, and interact with the patient and the clinician or other colleagues to provide the best possible diagnosis or opinion.
2.    Always adopt ethical principles and maintain proper etiquette in dealings with patients, relatives and other health personnel and to respect the rights of the patient including the right to information and second opinion.
3.    Develop communication skills to word reports and professional opinion as well as to interact with patients, relatives, peers and paramedical staff, and for effective teaching.
C. Psychomotor Domain
1.    Able to perform routine tests in a Pathology Laboratory including grossing of specimens, processing, cutting of paraffin and frozen sections, making smears, and staining.
2.    Able to collect specimens by routinely performing non-invasive out-patient procedures such as venipuncture, finger-prick, fine needle aspiration of superficial lumps and bone-marrow aspirates, and provide appropriate help to colleagues performing an invasive procedure such as a biopsy or an imaging guided biopsy.
3.    Perform an autopsy, dissect various organ complexes and display the gross findings.
4.    Should be familiar with the function, handling and routine care of equipments in the laboratory.

MD Pharmacology:
At the end of the MD training programme in Pharmacology, the student should acquire competencies in the following areas:
PO1    Acquisition of knowledge: The student should be able to explain clearly concepts and principles of Pharmacology and therapeutics. The student should also be able to explain the drug development processes. S/he should be able to explain Drugs and Cosmetics Act, in addition to clinical trial procedures.
PO2    Teaching and training: The student should be able to effectively teach undergraduate students in medicine (MBBS) and allied health science courses (Dentistry and Nursing) so they become competent healthcare professionals and able to contribute to training of postgraduate trainees.
PO3    Research: The student should be able to carry out a research project (both basic and clinical) from planning to publication and be able to pursue academic interests and continue life-long learning to become more experienced in all the above areas and to eventually be able to guide postgraduates in their thesis work.

MD Psychiatry:
The primary goal of the MD course in Psychiatry is to produce a post graduate clinician able to provide health care in the field of Psychiatry. A physician qualified in Psychiatry, at the end of the course, should be able to diagnose and treat psychiatric disorders, take preventive and curative steps for the disease in the community at all levels of health care and qualify as a consultant and teacher in the subject.
At the end of the MD course in Psychiatry, the student should have able to:
PO1    Understand the relevance of mental health in relation to the health needs of the country
PO2    Ethical considerations in the teaching and practice of Psychiatry
PO3    Identify the social, economic, biological and emotional determinants of mental health
PO4    Identify the environmental causes as determinants of mental health
PO5    Institute appropriate diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitative procedures to the mentally ill patient
PO6    Take detailed history, conduct appropriate ethically valid physical examination and institute appropriate evaluation procedures to make a correct clinical diagnosis
PO7    Perform relevant investigative and therapeutic procedures for the psychiatric patient
PO8    Recommend appropriate laboratory and imaging examinations and interpret the results correctly
PO9    Plan and deliver comprehensive treatment of a psychiatric patient using principles of rational drug therapy
PO10  Plan rehabilitation of psychiatric patient suffering from chronic illness
PO11  Clinically manage psychiatric emergencies efficiently
PO12  Demonstrate empathy and humane approach towards patients and their families and respect their sensibilities
PO13  Demonstrate communication skills of a high order in explaining management and prognosis, providing counseling and giving health education messages to patients, families and communities
PO14  Develop appropriate skills to practice evidence-based psychiatry
PO15  Demonstrate competence in basic concepts of research methodology and epidemiology
PO16  Be aware of and take appropriate steps in the implementation of national mental health programs, effectively and responsibly
PO17  Be aware of the concept of essential drugs and rational use of drugs
PO18  Be aware of the legal issues in the practise of Psychiatry
PO19  Be aware of the special requirements in the practice of Child and adolescent Psychiatry and Geriatric Psychiatry.
Research: The student should know the basic concepts of research methodology and plan a research project in accordance with ethical principles. S/he should also be able to interpret research findings and apply these in clinical practice. S/he should know how to access and utilize information resources and should have basic knowledge of statistics.
Teaching: S/He should learn the basic methodology of teaching and develop competence in teaching medical/paramedical students, health professionals, members of allied disciplines (e.g. behavioural sciences), law enforcement agencies, families and consumers and members of the public.

MD Physiology:
A post graduate student having qualified the MD (Physiology) examination should be able to:
PO1    Understand and deal with all aspects of general, systemic and applied Physiology.
PO2    Teach effectively the basic physiological mechanisms of human body with reference to their implications in the pathogenesis of diseases (pathophysiology) affecting various organ systems and the physiological basis of their management to undergraduate medical, paramedical and all other basic science students.
PO3    Understand general principles of medical education (use of appropriate teaching techniques and resources).
PO4    Explain how the knowledge of physiology can be effectively used in a various clinical settings to solve diagnostic and therapeutic problems.
PO5    Interpret and evaluate research publications critically.
PO6    Use the library facilities (Literature database using computer, CD ROM, internet search and any other available newer techniques).
PO7    Conduct relevant clinical/experimental research which may have significant bearing on human health and patient care.
PO8    Interpret the research findings in the light of its basic and applied significance.
PO9    Acquire skills in conducting collaborative research in the field of physiology with allied sciences, clinical sciences and biomedical engineering.
PO10  Interact with the allied departments and render services in advanced laboratory investigations.
PO11  Serve as interface with society at large.
PO12  Acquire administrative skills to set up concerned department / laboratories and initiate purchase procedure and procure necessary items for running such laboratories.
PO13  Function as a member of a teaching or research team.

MD Pulmonary Medicine:
The primary goal of the MD course in Pulmonary Medicine is to produce post graduate clinicians able to provide health care in the field of pulmonary medicine. It is expected that a physician qualified in Pulmonary Medicine at the end of the course should be able to diagnose and treat pulmonary diseases, take preventive and curative steps for these diseases in the community at all levels of health care and qualify as a consultant and teacher in the subject.
Each student should obtain proficiency in the following domains during the period of training:
1.    Theoretical knowledge of different aspects of Pulmonary Medicine including the status in health and disease.
2.    Acquire clinical skills.
3.    Acquire practical skills.
4.    Management of emergencies including intensive care.
5.    Preparation of thesis as per MCI guidelines.
These involve patient management in the outpatient, inpatient and emergency situations, case presentations, didactic lectures, seminars, journal reviews, clinico-patholgical conferences and mortality review meetings and working in the laboratories.

MD Radiodiagnosis:
The objective of the program is to train a student to become a skilled and competent radiologist to conduct and interpret various diagnostic/interventional imaging studies (both conventional and advanced imaging), to organize and conduct research and teaching activities and be well versed with medical ethics and legal aspects of imaging/ intervention.

MS ENT:
At the end of postgraduate training the student should be able to:
PO1    Practice his specialty ethically keeping in mind the requirement of the patient, community and people at large.
PO2    Demonstrate sufficient understanding of basic sciences related to his specialty and be able to integrate such knowledge in his Clinical practice.
PO3    Diagnose and manage majority of conditions in his specialty (clinically and with the help of relevant investigations)
PO4    Plan and advise measures for the promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative aspects of health and diseases in the specialty of ENT.
PO5    Should be able to demonstrate his cognitive skills in the field of ENT and its ancillary branches during the formative and summative evaluation processes.
PO6    Play the assigned role in the implementation of National Health Programs
PO7    Demonstrate competence in basic concepts of research methodology and writing thesis and research papers.
PO8    Develop good learning, communication and teaching skills.
PO9    Demonstrate sufficient understanding of basic sciences and the clinical applications related to the specialty to be able to integrate this knowledge into Clinical practice. Acquire in-depth knowledge in the subject including recent advances.
PO10  Demonstrate that he is fully conversant with the latest diagnostics & therapeutics available.

MS General Surgery:
At the end of postgraduate training, the PG student should be able to: -
PO1    Diagnose and appropriately manage common surgical ailments in a given situation.
PO2    Provide adequate preoperative, post-operative and follow-up care of surgical patients.
PO3    Identify situations calling for urgent or early surgical intervention and refer at the optimum time to the appropriate centers.
PO4    Counsel and guide patients and relatives regarding need, implications and problems of surgery in the individual patient.
PO5    Provide and coordinate emergency resuscitative measures in acute surgical situations including trauma.
PO6    Organize and conduct relief measures in situations of mass disaster including triage.
PO7    Effectively participate in the National Health Programs especially in the Family Welfare Programs.
PO8    Discharge effectively medico-legal and ethical responsibilities and practice his specialty ethically.
PO9    Must learn to minimize medical errors.
PO10  Must update knowledge in recent advances and newer techniques in the management of the patients.
PO11   Must learn to obtain informed consent prior to performance of operative procedure.
PO12   Perform surgical audit on a regular basis and maintain records (manual and/or electronic) for life.
PO13   Participate regularly in departmental academic activities by presenting Seminar, Case discussion, Journal Club and Topic discussion on weekly basis and maintain logbook.
PO14   Demonstrate sufficient understanding of basic sciences related to his specialty.
PO15   Plan and advise measures for the prevention and rehabilitation of patients belonging to his specialty.

Research: The student should:

  • Know the basic concepts of research methodology, plan a research project and know how to consult library.
  • Should have basic knowledge of statistics

Teaching: The student should learn the basic methodology of teaching and develop competence in teaching medical/paramedical students.
Professionalism:

  • The student will show integrity, accountability, respect, compassion and dedicated patient care. The student will demonstrate a commitment to excellence and continuous professional development
  • The student should demonstrate a commitment to ethical principles relating to providing patient care, confidentiality of patient information and informed consent
  • The student should show sensitivity and responsiveness to patients’ culture, age, gender and disabilities

MS Obstetrics and Gynaecology:
The goal of the MS course in Obstetrics and Gynaecology is to produce a competent Obstetrician and Gynaecologist who can:
PO1    Provide quality care to the community in the diagnosis and management of Antenatal, Intra-natal and Post-natal period of normal and abnormal pregnancy and labor
PO2    Provide effective and adequate care to a pregnant woman with complicated pregnancy.
PO3    Provide effective and adequate care to a normal and high risk neonate.
PO4    Perform obstetrical ultrasound in normal and abnormal pregnancy including Doppler.
PO5    Manage effectively all obstetrical and gynecological emergencies and if necessary make appropriate referrals.
PO6    Provide quality care to the community in the diagnosis and management of gynaecological problems including screening, and management of all gynecological cancers including during pregnancy.
PO7    Conduct a comprehensive evaluation of infertile couple and have a broad based knowledge of assisted reproductive techniques including – ovulation induction, in vitro fertilization and intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection, gamete donation, surrogacy and the legal and ethical implications of these procedures.
PO8    Provide counseling and delivery of fertility regulation methods including reversible and irreversible contraception, emergency contraception etc.
PO9    Provide quality care to women having spontaneous abortion or requesting Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) and manage their related complications.

MS Ophthalmology:
The clinical post graduate training programmes are intended at developing in a student a blend of qualities that of a clinical specialist, a teacher and a researcher. These programmes are organized such that a post graduate student should possess the following qualities, knowledge and skills:
PO1    The student should possess basic knowledge of the structure, function and development of the human body as related to ophthalmology, of the factors which may disturb these mechanisms and the disorders of structure and function which may result thereafter.
PO2    The student should be able to practice and handle most day-to-day problems independently in ophthalmology. The student should recognize the limitations of his/her own clinical knowledge and know when to seek further help.
PO3    The student should understand the effects of environment on health and be familiar with the epidemiology of at least the more common diseases in the field of ophthalmology.
PO4    The student should be able to integrate the preventive methods with the curative and rehabilitative measures in the comprehensive management of the disease.
PO5    The student should be familiar with common eye problems occurring in rural areas and be able to deal with them effectively.
PO6    The student should also be made aware of Mobile Ophthalmic Unit and its working and components.
PO7    The student should be familiar with the current developments in Ophthalmic Sciences.
PO8    The student should be able to plan educational programmes in Ophthalmology in association with senior colleagues and be familiar with the modern methods of teaching and evaluation.
PO9    The student should be able to identify a problem for research, plan a rational approach to its solution, execute it and critically evaluate his/her data in the light of existing knowledge.
PO10  The student should reach the conclusions by logical deduction and should be able to assess evidence both as to its reliability and its relevance.
PO11  The student should have basic knowledge of medico-legal aspects of medicine.
PO12  The student should be familiar with patient counseling and proper consent taking.

MS Orthopedics:
PO1    Theoretical knowledge (Cognitive domain)  
PO2    Practical and clinical skills (psychomotor domain)
PO3    Attitudes including communication skills (Affective domain)
PO4    Writing thesis / Reviewing Research activities (Scholarly activity)
PO5    Training in Research Methodology (Practice based learning, Evidence based practice)
PO6    Professionalism
PO7    Teaching skills

 

Program outcomes MD MS 2016-2019 batch

Subject

Grade - 1
76 - 100%

Grade - 2
66 - 75%

Grade - 3
51 - 65%

Grade - 4
0 - 50%

 
 

Anaesthesia

0

22.2

77.7

0

 

 Biochemistry

0

0

100

0

 

Community  medicine

0

25

50

25

 

Dermatology

0

0

33.3

66.6

 

Forensic medicine

0

0

50

50

 

General Medicine

0

0

50

50

 

General Surgery

0

0

90

10

 

Microbiology

0

50

50

0

 

OBG

0

50

50

0

 

Ophthalmology

0

0

50

50

 

Orthopaedics

0

0

28.5

71.4

 

ENT

0

0

100

0

 

Pathology

0

33.3

66.6

0

 

Pharmacology

0

0

100

0

 

Physiology

0

0

100

0

 

Psychiatry

0

0

66.6

33.3

 

Radio diagnosis

0

50

50

0

 

Respiratory Medicine

0

0

100

0

 

 

Program outcomes MD MS 2015-2018 batch

Subject

Grade - 1
76 - 100%

Grade - 2
66 - 75%

Grade - 3
51 - 65%

Grade - 4
0 - 50%

Anesthesiology

0

0

100

0

Anatomy

0

0

100

0

Biochemistry

0

50

50

0

Community Medicine

0

50

50

0

Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy

0

0

100

0

Forensic Medicine

0

50

50

0

General Medicine

0

0

50

50

Microbiology

0

100

0

0

Obstetrics & Gynecology

0

0

100

0

Paediatrics

0

0

100

0

Pathology

16.66

50

16.66

16.66

Pharmacology

0

0

0

100

Psychiatry

0

0

100

0

Radio-Diagnosis

0

25

75

0

Respiratory Medicine

0

0

100

0

General Surgery

0

0

80

20

Ophthalmology

0

25

50

25

Orthopedics

0

0

28.57

71.42

Otorhinolaryngology

0

25

50

25