Training of Community Medicine will be undertaken during pre clinical (Phase I), para clinical (Phase II) and Clinical (Phase III). It will be from I & II (Phase I), III & IV (phase II) and VI and VII semesters in (phase III).
Goal: The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Community Medicine is to prepare them to function as community and first level physicians in accordance with the institutional goals.
Objectives: During the training, students should acquire knowledge and skills so that he can practice the community medicine after the graduation. After the completion of training, student will acquire the following knowledge and skills
Teaching of community medicine should be both theoretical as well as practical. The practical aspects of the training programme should include visits to the health establishments and to the community where health intervention programmes are in operation.
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT MESSAGE
FACILITIES IN THE DEPARTMENT: All Facilities as per MCI norms
COMMUNITY MEDICINE TEACHING PLAN
Subject of Community Medicine will be covered in phase I, II & III.
Clinical postings of three hours duration daily in Community Medicine
EXAMINATION PATTERN Essentialities for qualifying to appear in professional examinations
Note Internal assessment shall relate to different ways in which student’s participation in learning participation in learning process during semesters in evaluated. Some examples are as follows:
(3) UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS:
Details of subject to be covered: