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UG Program - MBBS

Programme Outcomes

PO1    Be competent in diagnosis and management of 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.
PO2    Be competent to practice preventive, primitive, curative and rehabilitative medicine in respect to the commonly encountered health problems.
PO3    Appreciate rationale for different therapeutic modalities, be familiar with the administration of the "essential drugs" and their common side effects.
PO4    Be able to appreciate the socio-psychological, cultural, economic and environmental factors affecting health and develop humane attitude towards the patients in discharging one's professional responsibilities.
PO5    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.
PO6    Be 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 non-communicable diseases

   (iv) Immunization

   (v) Health Education

   (vi) Indian Public Health Standards (IPHS) at various level of service delivery

  (vii) Bio-medical waste disposal

  (viii) Organizational and or institutional arrangements.
PO7    Acquire basic management skills in the area of human resources, materials and resource management related to health care delivery, General and hospital management, principal inventory skills and counseling.
PO8    Be able to identify community health problems and learn to work to resolve these by designing, instituting corrective steps and evaluating outcome of such measures.
PO9    Be able to work as a leading partner in health care teams and acquire proficiency in communication skills.
PO10  Be competent to work in a variety of health care settings.
PO11  Have personal characteristics and attitudes required for professional life including personal integrity, sense of responsibility and dependability and ability to relate to or show concern for other individuals.

Ref: https://www.mciindia.org/CMS/e-gazette Page No. 61-62

Course outcomes

Human Anatomy
The undergraduate must demonstrate:
CO1    Understanding of the gross and microscopic structure and development of human body
CO2    Comprehension of the normal regulation and integration of the functions of the organs and systems on basis of the structure and genetic pattern
CO3    Understanding of the clinical correlation of the organs and structures involved and interpret the anatomical basis of the disease presentations

Physiology
The undergraduates must demonstrate:
CO1    Understanding of the normal functioning of the organs and organ systems of the body
CO2    Comprehension of the normal structure and organization of the organs and systems on basis of the functions
CO3    Understanding of age-related physiological changes in the organ functions that reflect normal growth and development
CO4    Understand the physiological basis of diseases

Biochemistry
The learner must demonstrate an understanding of:
CO1    Biochemical and molecular processes involved in health and disease
CO2    Importance of nutrition in health and disease
CO3    Biochemical basis and rationale of clinical laboratory tests, and demonstrate ability to interpret these in the clinical context

Community Medicine
The undergraduate must demonstrate:
CO1    Understanding of the concept of health and disease,
CO2    Understanding of demography, population dynamics and disease burden in National and global context
CO3    Comprehension of principles of health economics and hospital management
CO4    Understanding of interventions to promote health and prevent diseases as envisioned in National and State Health Programmes
CO5    Understanding of physical, social, psychological, economic and environmental determinants of health and disease
CO6    Ability to recognize and manage common health problems including physical, emotional and social aspects at individual family and community level in the context of National Health Programmes
CO7    Ability to Implement and monitor National Health Programmes in the primary care setting
CO8    Knowledge of maternal and child wellness as they apply to national health care priorities and programmes
CO9    Ability to recognize, investigate, report, plan and manage community health problems including malnutrition and emergencies

Pathology
The undergraduate must demonstrate:
CO1    Comprehension of the causes, evolution and mechanisms of diseases
CO2    Knowledge of alterations in gross and cellular morphology of organs in disease states
CO3    Ability to correlate the natural history, structural and functional changes with the clinical manifestations of diseases, their diagnosis and therapy

Microbiology  
The undergraduate learner demonstrate:
CO1    Understanding of role of microbial agents in health and disease
CO2    Understanding of the immunological mechanisms in health and disease
CO3    Ability to correlate the natural history, mechanisms and clinical manifestations of infectious diseases as they relate to the properties of microbial agents
CO4    Knowledge of the principles and application of infection control measures
CO5    An understanding of the basis of choice of laboratory diagnostic tests and their interpretation, antimicrobial therapy, control and prevention of infectious diseases

Pharmacology  
The undergraduate must demonstrate:
CO1    Knowledge about essential and commonly used drugs and an understanding of the pharmacologic basis of therapeutics
CO2    Ability to select and prescribe medicines based on clinical condition and the pharmacologic properties, efficacy, safety, suitability and cost of medicines for common clinical conditions of national    importance
CO3    Knowledge of pharmacovigilance, essential medicine concept and sources of drug information and industry-doctor relationship
CO4    Ability to counsel patients regarding appropriate use of prescribed drug and drug delivery systems

Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
The learner must demonstrate:
CO1    Understanding of medico-legal responsibilities of physicians in primary and secondary care settings
CO2    Understanding of the rational approach to the investigation of crime, based on scientific and legal principles
CO3    Ability to manage medical and legal issues in cases of poisoning / overdose
CO4    Understanding the medico-legal framework of medical practice and medical negligence
CO5    Understanding of codes of conduct and medical ethics

General Medicine  
The student must demonstrate ability to do the following in relation to common medical problems of the adult in the community:
CO1    Demonstrate understanding of the patho-physiologic basis, epidemiological profile, signs and symptoms of disease and their investigation and management
CO2    Competently interview and examine an adult patient and make a clinical diagnosis
CO3    Appropriately order and interpret laboratory tests
CO4    Initiate appropriate cost-effective treatment based on an understanding of the rational drug prescriptions, medical interventions required and preventive measures
CO5    Follow up of patients with medical problems and refer whenever required
CO6    Communicate effectively, educate and counsel the patient and family
CO7    Manage common medical emergencies and refer when required
CO8    Independently perform common medical procedures safely and understand patient safety issues
CO9    Ability to recognize and manage common health problems  at  community level in the context of National Health Programmes
CO10    Have adequate professional qualities like personal integrity, sense of responsibility, dependability, ethics and attitudes for life long commitment to fulfill the role of Physician in the community

General Surgery  
The student must demonstrate:
CO1    Understanding of the structural and functional basis, principles of diagnosis and management of common surgical problems in adults and children
CO2    Ability to choose, calculate and administer appropriately intravenous fluids, electrolytes, blood and blood products based on the clinical condition
CO3    Ability to apply the principles of asepsis, sterilization, disinfection, rational use of prophylaxis, therapeutic utilities of antibiotics and universal precautions in surgical practice
CO4    Knowledge of common malignancies in India and their prevention, early detection and  therapy
CO5    Ability to perform common diagnostic and surgical procedures at the primary care level
CO6    Ability to recognize, resuscitate, stabilize and provide Basic & Advanced Life Support to patients following trauma
CO7    Ability to administer informed consent and counsel patient prior to surgical procedures
CO8    Commitment to advancement of quality and patient safety in surgical practice

Obstetrics and Gynaecology
The student must demonstrate ability to:
CO1    Provide peri-conceptional counseling and antenatal care
CO2    Identify high-risk pregnancies and refer appropriately
CO3    Conduct normal deliveries, using safe delivery practices in the primary and secondary care settings
CO4    Prescribe drugs safely and appropriately in pregnancy and lactation
CO5    Diagnose complications of labor, institute primary care and refer in a timely manner
CO6    Perform early neonatal resuscitation
CO7    Provide postnatal care, including education in breast-feeding
CO8    Counsel and support couples in the correct choice of contraception
CO9    Interpret test results of laboratory and radiological investigations as they apply to the care of the obstetric patient
CO10   Apply medico-legal principles as they apply to tubectomy, Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP), Pre-conception and Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques (PC PNDT Act) and other related Acts
CO11   Elicit a gynecologic history, perform appropriate physical and pelvic examinations and PAP smear in the primary care setting
CO12   Recognize, diagnose and manage common reproductive tract infections in the primary care setting
CO13   Recognize and diagnose common genital cancers and refer them appropriately

Pediatrics
The student must demonstrate:
CO1    Ability to assess and promote optimal growth, development and nutrition of children and adolescents and identify deviations from normal
CO2    Ability to recognize and provide emergency and routine ambulatory and First Level Referral Unit care for neonates, infants, children and adolescents and refer as may be appropriate
CO3    Ability to perform procedures as indicated for children of all ages in the primary care setting
CO4    Ability to recognize children with special needs and refer appropriately
CO5    Ability to promote health and prevent diseases in children
CO6    Ability to participate in National Programmes related to child health and in conformation with the Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illnesses (IMNCI) Strategy
CO7    Ability to communicate appropriately and effectively

Orthopaedics (including Trauma)   
The student must demonstrate:
CO1    Ability to recognize and assess bone injuries, dislocation and poly-trauma and provide first contact care prior to appropriate referral
CO2    Knowledge of the medico-legal aspects of trauma
CO3    Ability to recognize and manage common infections of bone and joints in the primary care setting
CO4    Recognize common congenital, metabolic, neoplastic, degenerative and inflammatory bone diseases and refer appropriately
CO5    Ability to perform simple orthopaedic techniques as applicable to a primary care setting
CO6    Ability to recommend rehabilitative services for common orthopaedic problems across all ages

Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy
The undergraduate student must demonstrate:
CO1    Understanding of the principles of diagnosis of diseases of the skin, hair, nail and mucosa
CO2    Ability to recognize, diagnose, order appropriate investigations and treat common diseases of the skin including leprosy in the primary care setting and refer as appropriate
CO3    A syndromic approach to the recognition, diagnosis, prevention, counseling, testing and management of common sexually transmitted diseases including HIV based on national health priorities
CO4    Ability to recognize and treat emergencies including drug reactions and refer as appropriate

Psychiatry
The student must demonstrate:
CO1    Ability to promote mental health and mental hygiene
CO2    Knowledge of etiology (bio-psycho-social-environmental interactions), clinical features, diagnosis and management of common psychiatric disorders across all ages
CO3    Ability to recognize and manage common psychological and psychiatric disorders in a primary care setting, institute preliminary treatment in disorders difficult to manage, and refer appropriately
CO4    Ability to recognize alcohol/ substance abuse disorders and refer them to appropriate centers
CO5    Ability to assess risk for suicide and refer appropriately
CO6    Ability to recognize temperamental difficulties and personality disorders
CO7    Assess mental disability and rehabilitate appropriately
CO8    Understanding of National and State programmes that address mental health and welfare of  patients and community

Respiratory Medicine
The student must demonstrate:
CO1    Knowledge of common chest diseases, their clinical manifestations, diagnosis and management
CO2    Ability to recognize, diagnose and manage pulmonary tuberculosis as contemplated in National Tuberculosis Control programme
CO3    Ability to manage common respiratory emergencies in primary care setting and refer appropriately

Otorhinolaryngology
The learner must demonstrate:
CO1    Knowledge of the common Otorhinolaryngological (ENT) emergencies and problems
CO2    Ability to recognize, diagnose and manage common ENT emergencies and problems in  primary care setting
CO3    Ability to perform simple ENT procedures as applicable in a primary care setting
CO4    Ability to recognize hearing impairment and refer to the appropriate hearing impairment rehabilitation programme

Ophthalmology
The student must demonstrate:
CO1    Knowledge of common eye problems in the community
CO2    Recognize, diagnose and manage common eye problems and identify indications for referral
CO3    Ability to recognize visual impairment and blindness in the community and implement National programmes as applicable in the primary care setting

Radiodiagnosis  
The student must demonstrate:
CO1    Understanding of indications for various radiological investigations in common clinical practice
CO2    Awareness of the ill effects of radiation and various radiation protective measures to be employed
CO3    Ability to identify abnormalities in common radiological investigations

Radiotherapy  
The student must demonstrate understanding of:
CO1    Clinical presentations of various cancers
CO2    Appropriate treatment modalities for various types of malignancies
CO3    Principles of radiotherapy and techniques

Anaesthesiology
The student must demonstrate ability to:
CO1    Describe and discuss the pre-operative evaluation, assessing fitness for surgery and the modifications in medications in relation to anaesthesia / surgery
CO2    Describe and discuss the roles of Anaesthesiologist as a peri-operative physician including pre-medication, endotracheal intubation, general anaesthesia and recovery (including variations in recovery from anaesthesia and anaesthetic complications)
CO3    Describe and discuss the management of acute and chronic pain, including labour analgesia
CO4    Demonstrate awareness about the maintenance of airway in children and adults in various situations
CO5    Demonstrate the awareness about the indications, selection of cases and execution of cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in emergencies and in the intensive care and high dependency units
CO6    Choose cases for local / regional anaesthesia and demonstrate the ability to administer the same
CO7    Discuss the implications and obtain informed consent for various procedures and to maintain the documents

Ref: https://www.mciindia.org/CMS/e-gazette Page No. 75-82

Outcome Attainment

 MBBS-Course outcome 2015 Batch

Subject

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

 
 

Anatomy

27

34

31

9

 

Human Physiology

3

25

57

15

 

Biochemistry

44

31

20

5

 

Pathology

39

42

18

2

 

Microbiology

33

39

21

6

 

Pharmacology

56

37

5

2

 

Forensic Medicine

10

46

42

2

 

Community Medicine

7

41

46

6

 

Otorhinolaryngology ENT

24

33

32

11

 

Ophthalmology

25

40

27

7

 

General Medicine

12

31

45

12

 

General Surgery Including Orthopaedics

2

37

50

11

 

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

10

21

58

11

 

Paediatrics

12

36

40

11

 

 

Attainment of Program outcome

Program outcome

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

 
 

PO1

23

35

33

8

 

PO2

19

33

38

9

 

PO3

19

34

38

9

 

PO4

8

34

49

10

 

PO5

20

32

39

9

 

PO6

23

35

35

7

 

PO7

12

36

40

11

 

PO8

20

32

40

8

 

PO9

21

33

37

10

 

PO10

20

35

36

9

 

PO11

13

34

44

10

 

 

Program outcome-2019 MBBS

Program outcome-2019 MBBS

 

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

18

34

39

09

 

MBBS-Course outcome 2016-17 Batch

Subject

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

 
 

Anatomy

57.3

24.6

15.3

2.6

 

Human Physiology

15.3

44

34

6.6

 

Biochemistry

61.3

24

12.6

2

 

Pathology

38.5

36.4

19.5

5.4

 

Microbiology

31.7

48.6

16.2

3.3

 

Pharmacology

32.4

36.4

23.6

7.4

 

Forensic Medicine

8.1

47.9

37.1

6.7

 

 

MBBS-Course outcome 2017-18 Batch

Subject

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

 
 

Anatomy

27.3

33.3

33.3

6

 

Human Physiology

14

50

34

2

 

Biochemistry

41.3

40.6

17.3

0.6

 

 

MBBS-Course outcome 2018-19 Batch

Subject

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

 
 

Anatomy

28

44

26

2

 

Human Physiology

10

42

42

6

 

Biochemistry

71.3

23.3

4.6

0.6