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Evaluations & Assessment

In the First Year:

In the first semester Computer & Medical Terminology exams are conducted after completion of the respective courses. There are mid-semester exams ( only written exams) for Anatomy, Biochemistry and Community Medicine. At the end of the semester there are mid- year exams (only written exams) for Histology and Physiology and final exams (written, oral & practical) for the rest of the subjects.

In the second semester there are mid semester exams( only written exams) for Anatomy, Biochemistry and Immunology. At the end of the semester there are final exams (written, oral & practical) for all the subjects.

In the Second Year:

In the first semester there are mid semester exams (only written exams) for all the subjects except Biochemistry. At the end of the semester there is a mid-year exam (only written exam) for Biochemistry and final exams (written, oral & practical) for the rest of the subjects.

In the second semester there are 2 mid-semester exams in the form of comprehensive exams for Cardiovascular and Respiratory modules. At the end of the semester there are final exams (written, oral & practical) for all the subjects.

In the Third Year:

In the first semester there are 2 mid-semester exams in the form of comprehensive exams for Neurosciences module and Endocrine & Reproductive system modules. At the end of the semester there are final exam s(written, oral & practical) for all the subjects.

Marks Distribution in the Pre-Clinical Phase:
  • 30% of the marks are allotted to student activity & class participation
  • The minimum pass mark is 60% of the total marks of the subject.

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Re-examination:

A student failing in any subject will be allowed to re-sit for the examination. If she passes the examination, she will only be awarded 60% of the total marks in the subject. There is only one re-sit attempt. Should a student fail her re-sit attempt, she will be forced to repeat the year. Should she fail a subject during her repeat year, she will be asked to leave the school.

Students must pass all subjects in a particular year to pass to the next year.




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