University Examination Systems

  • Univeristy Examinations are held four times in the whole course of study.
  • Failures have supplementry chances.
  • Successful completion of all parts of Phase I examination is essential before enrollment in Phase II.
  • Successful completion of all examinations of second phase is pre-criteria to:


After passing the final MBBS examination, every candidate is required to undergo a one-year period of compulsory rotation internship in an approved hospital. The trainee shall obtain a certificate after satisfactory completion of internship training from the appropriate authorities of concerned.

Medium of Teaching

English is the medium of teaching

Methodology of teaching

Class room lectures, demonstration, practical training, lab room practice, field visits, seminars, sumposiums, interactions with teachers, hospital practices etc. are the main methods of training students

Mark Distributions

  • For a student to be declared successful in subject, they must obtain 50% of the marks in theory paper an 50% of the marks in practical/clinical separately.
  • The mandatory minimum mark for passing the theory examination in any ubject is 50% of the amximum marks in the theory segment (i.e. written, Viva voce and internal assessment components put together) including not less than 40% marks in the written component. Both written and viva voce are compulsory components of University Theory Examinations
  • For ENT and Ophthalmology, pass marks shall be 50% of the aggregrate of two subjects.