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Objective of Medical Curriculum
The objective of the curriculum for MBBS degree is to produce a well-qualified graduate who on completion of five and a half year (including one-year internship) of the undergraduate medical education program will be competent to carry out the clinical, preventive and promotive and rehabilitative roles of a physician.
Course Study for MBBS 4.5 years, IX Semesters Programme
Part I: Basic Science Phase: I to IV Semester
Part II: Clinical Phase: V to IX Semester
Internal assessment examinations are held at the end of each semester by the college. If a student fails to score a minimum of 40% marks in the internal assessment or a minimum of 80% attendance, he/she will not be eligible to appear in the university exams as per university rules. The pass mark in the university exam is 50%. University examinations are basic medical sciences which are held at the end of the first and second year. The students have to qualify and clear all the subjects in four (4) attempts. Students failing to do so shall be debarred for the further student as per university rule. Students appear in third MBBS examination of community medicine, forensic medicine, ENT, Ophthalmology in 7th semester. The students can take the final MBBS examination of the K.U. only after they have passed the 3rd MBBS examination.