Curriculum

The curriculum designed for MBBS at RLMC is based on PM & DC & UHS guidelines and structured to produce leaders in the field of medicine.The curriculum is aimed at professionalism and medical ethics by application of knowledge and skills attitude.The focus of the program is to produce competent self-directed, committed and life-long learners who will be able to serve community, empathetically.

Internal Assessment

Continuous internal assessment shall consist of evaluation at the end of each assignment, e.g., stages/sub-stages, class tests etc., attitudinal assessment by the faculty, clinical skills assessment by clinical supervisors. Wherever applicable the yearly Log Book will be important reflection of a student's performance.
Term Tests and Send-up assessment are important components of internal assessment. Assessment of Knowledge, Skills and Attitude shall contribute towards internal assessment. Methods used to assess these domains shall include Multiple Choice Questions of one-best type, Short Essay Questions, Oral Viva, and Practical/Clinical Examinations. The weightage of internal assessment shall be 10% in all subjects. 5% internal assessment marks shall be added to the aggregate score of Theory and 5% internal assessment marks to aggregate score of Oral and Practical Examination and not to an individual component like MCQs, SEQs Paper or Oral / Practical / Clinical Examination.
The score of internal assessment shall contribute 10% and the university examination of each subject shall contribute 90% to total score. The candidate shall pass in aggregate.
Send Up examinations 4-6 weeks before the annual university examination shall be compulsory for students of all classes. Students who do not appear or fail in the examination will be regarded as students whose courses of instructions are incomplete and unsatisfactory and will not be allowed to appear in the university professional examination for promotion to the next higher class. Pass percentage for Send Up examinations is 50%.
Awards of internal assessment in all the subjects of all the candidates shall be submitted to the Controller of Examinations along with Admission Forms for the professional examination. Internal assessment received after commencement of the final examination shall not be accepted. The marks of internal assessment shall be submitted only once a year prior to annual examination and the same shall be counted both for annual and supplementary examinations. It is further emphasized that fresh assessment or a revision of assessment for supplementary examination shall not be permissible. Proper record of continuous internal assessment shall be maintained by respective departments of the medical college. Internal assessment awarded in a particular year may not be decreased subsequently detrimental to the candidate.

LEARNING OUTCOME:

By the end of five year MBBS Program, graduate will be able to:

Application of knowledge and Skills:
  • Apply biomedical scientific principles, methods and knowledge to medical practice and integrate these into patient care and clinical decision-making.
  • Apply their knowledge and skills in a competent, ethical and professional manner and taking responsibility for their own actions in complex and uncertain situations.
Diagnosis and medical management:
  • Perform a range of diagnostic, therapeutic and practical procedures safely and effectively, and identify, according to their level of skill and experience, the procedures for which they need supervision to ensure patient safety.
  • Prescribe medications safely, appropriately, effectively and economically and be aware of the common causes and consequences of prescribing errors.
Teamwork and Communication:
  • Work collaboratively with patients and colleagues to diagnose and manage clinical presentations safely in community, primary and secondary care settings and in patient's homes.
  • Communicate effectively, openly and honestly with patients, their relatives, and with colleagues. And apply patient confidentiality appropriately.
Professional Attitude:
  • Display integrity in all aspects of professional life. Provide health care in contemporary ethical and legal environment.
  • Apply a wide understanding of social, political and cultural perspectives to inform practice.
Community Leaders:
  • A responsible doctor is a good communicator and good community leader. They have responsibility of community healthcare problems
Health promotion and illness prevention:
  • Apply the principles, methods and knowledge of population health and the improvement of health and sustainable healthcare to medical practice.
Clinical researcher:
  • Apply scientific method and approaches to medical research and integrate these with a range of sources of information used to make decisions for care.