FHMC Offers 4.5 yrs MBBS Course
Seat : 150
ELIGIBILITY AND AGE:
No candidate shall be allowed to be admitted to the medical curriculum proper of first bachelor of medicine & bachelor of surgery (MBBS) course until:
- The candidate must have appeared NEET exam and should have secured at least qualified status in the result of the prevailing year of application for admission.
- He/She shall complete the age of 17 years on or before 31 December of the year of admission to the MBBS course and not more than 25 years.
- HE/She has passed qualifying examination as under.
- The intermediate examination in Science of an Indian University/Board or other recognized examine body with Physics, Chemistry, Biology which shall include a practical test in these subjects and also English as are compulsory subject.
- The candidate must have 50% in physics, chemistry and biology taken together in qualifying examination and pass in English for general candidate at CBSE/ICSE/UP Board or any other equivalent examination.
- Every student shall undergo to prescribed teaching schedule for a period of 4 1/2 academic years divided into 9 semester, 1, 2 semester is Non Clinical, 3,4,5 semester in Preclinical, 6,7,8,9 semester is clinical.
- The period of 4 1/2 years is divided into three phases as follows:
- Phase-I (two semesters) - consisting of Pre-clinical subjects (Human Anatomy, Physiology Bio-chemistry and introduction to Community medicine including humanities). Besides 60 hours for introduction to community medicine including humanities, rest of the time shall be somewhat equally divided between Anatomy and Physiology plus Biochemistry combined (Physiology 2/3 & Biochemistry 1/3).
- Phase-II (3semesters) - consisting of para-clinical / clinical subjects. During this phase teaching of para-clinical and clinical subjects shall be done concurrently.The para-clinical subjects shall consist of Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Forensic Medicine including Toxicology and part of Community Medicine.
The clinical subjects shall consists of all those detailed below in Phase III.
For Para-clinical teaching approximately equal time be allotted to Pathology,
Pharmacology, Microbiology and Forensic Medicine and Community Medicine combined
(1/3 Forensic Medicine & 2/3 Community Medicine).
- Phase-III (Continuation of study of clinical subjects for seven semesters after passing phase-I) The clinical subjects to be taught during Phase II & III are medicine and its allied specialties, Surgery and its allied specialties, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Community Medicine. Besides clinical posting as per schedule mentioned herewith, rest of the teaching hours be divided for didactic lectures, demonstrations, semesters, group discussion etc. in various subjects.
The medicine and its allied specialties training will include general medicine, paediatrics,
tuberculosis and chest, skin and sexually transmitted diseases, psychiatry, radio-diagnosis, infectious diseases etc. The surgery and its allied specialties training will include general surgery, orthopaedic surgery including physiotherapy and rehabilitation, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology, anaesthesia, dentistry, radio-therapy etc. The obstetrics &gynaecology training will include family medicine, family welfare planning etc.
- The first 2 semester (approximately 240 teaching days) shall be occupied in the phase-I (pre-clinical) subjects and introduction to a broader understanding of the perspectives of medical education leading to delivery of health care. No student shall be permitted to join the phase II (Para-clinical/clinical) group of subjects until he has passed in all the phase I (pre-clinical subjects) for which he will be permitted not more than four chances (actual examination), provided four chances are to be completed in three years from the date of enrollment.
- After passing pre-clinical subjects 1 1/2 year (3 semesters) shall be devoted to para-clinical
Subjects. Phase II will be devoted to para-clinical & clinical subjects, along with clinical postings. During clinical phase (Phase III) pre-clinical and para-clinical teaching will be integrated into the teaching of clinical subjects where relevant.
- Didactic lectures should ordinarily not exceed one third of the times schedule; two third schedule should include living experiences, problem oriented approach, case studies and community health care activities.
- Supplementary examination may be conducted with 6 months so that the students who pass can join the main batch whenever feasible.
After passing third professional part-II examination the students will have to undergo 12 months (365 days) of compulsory rotating internship in FH medical college or if permitted, other hospitals within or outside the stat of U.P. which have been recognized for internship training by MCI.
The training will be as per schedule below:
- Community medicine
- Medicine (including 15 days psychiatry)
- Surgery (including 15 days Anaesthesia)
- Obstetrics & gynaecology & family welfare Total 8 months
- Total 2 months
- Total 1.5 months
Dermatology, TB, Radiodiagnosis
Forensics Medicine, Blood Bank, Psychiatry
15 days in any one of them
Grand Total 12 Months
Only after successful completion of internship graduate will be given permanent registration by state medical council Lucknow (U.P.) following which they will be entitled to practice anywhere in the country.
75% in theory & in Practical / clinical posting in each subject is the requirement as per Medical Council of India. Any student falling short of attendance will be detained from taking part in profssional university examination. Absence from theory/practical examination will be treated as absent even if there is a doctor’s certificate for illness.
Day to Day Assessment / Tutorials & Seminars
These include assignments, diagram write ups, short orations. In addition departmental examination, terminal examination & viva voce are conducted from time to time. The performance in these will be the basis of internal assessment and will have a weightage of 20% of the total marks of each subject in the professional examination conducted by the university. Thirty Five percent (35%) marks in the internal assessment are mandatory to make a student eligible to appear in the University exam as per MCI rules.
RULES & REGULATIONS
1. All students shall comply with the rules and regulations of the college / hospital.
2. The following are strictly forbidden in the campus of the college / hospital.
- The possession or use of alcoholic beverages and tabacco.
- he possession or use of addictive or hallucinogenic drugs.
- Gambling or betting
- The possession or use of any firearms or lethal weapon.
- Any unlawful and anti-social activity.
- Cellular / Mobile phones in college area.
- Smoking & Chewing Pann or Tabacco.
4. As per the ruling of Hon'ble Supreme court of India and the guidelines notified by the Government of India, ragging is strictly prohibited and punishable in the form of expulsion, suspension or fine along with a public apology.
The student & parents have to submit an affidavit for not ragging as directed on MCI website
5. Dignity of profession is to be maintained at all times. Use of vulgar, offensive and undignified language is strictly prohibited.
6. Hippocrates oath has to be taken by each student regarding medical ethics.
7. Students will have to pay for all damages caused by them to any college / hostel property.
8. College Timings–Class Timings are to be strictly followed. No student shall be allowed to enter the college building after college hours unless there are written instruction from the Principal/Administration officer. Hostel rules & regulations are to be followed strictly.
9.Dress code as prescribed by the college must be strictly adhered to and followed during class timings. In addition each student is required to wear a white apron at all times during classes (theory+practical/clinical postings) with a badge displaying the name of the student.