Rani Dullaiya Smriti Homoeopathy Medical College& Hospital
The Rani Dullaiya Smriti Homoeopathy Medical College and Hospital was started functioning from the academic year 2017-18 after obtaining the required permission from Government of India, Ministry of AYUSH. The college has all the required NOCs and permission for running B.H.M.S. (Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery) course from the concerned authorities. The College has been affiliated to Madhya Pradesh University of Health Sciences, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh for running B.H.M.S. Degree Course.
The Rani Dullaiya Smriti Homoeopathy Medical College and Hospital was started functioning from the academic year 2017-18 in a spacious building constructed on the adjoining plot of land admeasuring 4.90 acres.
The B.H.M.S. Degree Course is a course of study consisting of Curriculum and Syllabus prescribed by the Central Council of Homoeopathy, New Delhi through Homoeopathy (Degree Course) B.H.M.S. Regulations, 1983 (As amended upto March, 2016). The B.H.M.S. course is spread over a period of 51/2 years, including the compulsory Internship of one year duration after passing the final Degree Examination. Every candidate shall have to complete the course including the passing of examination in all subjects and complete the compulsory internship training within a period of eleven years from the date of admission in First B.H.M.S. course in the College concerned.
ADMISSION INTAKE CAPACITY
SELECTION OF STUDENTS FOR ADMISSION
The admissions are done on the basis of merit of the NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Examination) conducted by the NTA (National Testing Agency), The selection of candidates for admission is done through the admission counseling by the Counseling Committee constituted by the State Government for admission against 15% seats of Central Quota and 85% seats of State Quota and also for the vacant seats of Central Quota, if any.
The Rani Dullaiya Smriti Homoeopathy Medical College and Hospital, Bhopal is having well qualified and experience Teaching Staff, well equipped and spacious laboratories and Museums.
The Library is having a good collection of useful Text and Reference books, Journals and E-Library, which cater to the needs of the students and staff. It has spacious Reading Rooms for students and staff.
The 25 bedded Hospital attached to the College is one of the important health institutions considered by patients for seeking aid for their ailments. The Hospital has outpatient and inpatient wings with adequate facilities to teach and train budding Homoeopaths.
Immediately after admission to B.H.M.S. course the students are required to enrol themselves with the Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University, Jabalpur by completing the necessary formalities as required by the University.
THE CURRICULUM FOR B.H.M.S. COURSE
2Subjects for study and examination for the B.H.M.S (Degree) Course shall be as under:
|Sl. No||Name of the Subject||Subject taught during||Holding of Examinations|
|1.||Anatomy||First B.H.M.S.||At the end of First B.H.M.S.|
|2.||Physiology||First B.H.M.S.||At the end of First B.H.M.S.|
|3.||Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic Philosophy||First B.H.M.S, Second B.H.M.S, Third B.H.M.S and Fourth B.H.M.S.||At the end of Second, Third and Fourth B.H.M.S.|
|4.||Homoeopathic Pharmacy||First B.H.M.S.||At the end of First B.H.M.S.|
|5.||Homoeopathic Materia Medica||First B.H.M.S, Second B.H.M.S, Third B.H.M.S and Fourth B.H.M.S.||At the end of Second, Third and Fourth B.H.M.S.|
|6.||Pathology||Second B.H.M.S.||At the end of Second B.H.M.S.|
|7.||Forensic Medicine and Toxicology||Second B.H.M.S.||At the end of Second B.H.M.S.|
|8.||Surgery||Second B.H.MS. and Third B.H.M.S.||At the end of Third B.H.M.S.|
|9.||Gynecology and Obstetrics||Second B.H.MS. and Third B.H.M.S.||At the end of Third B.H.M.S.|
|10.||Practice of Medicine||Third B.H.M.S and Fourth B.H.M.S.||At the end of Fourth B.H.M.S.|
|11.||Community Medicine||Third B.H.M.S and Fourth B.H.M.S.||At the end of Fourth B.H.M.S.|
|12.||Repertory||Third B.H.M.S and Fourth B.H.M.S.||At the end of Fourth B.H.M.S.”.|
Full marks for each subject and the minimum number of marks required for passing the B.H.M.S examinations shall be as follows:
|Exam.||Subject||Written||Practical/ Clinical (including oral)||Total|
|Full marks||Pass marks||Full marks||Pass marks||Full marks||Pass marks|
|Forensic Medicine and Toxicology||100||50||100||50||200||100|
|Homoeopathic Materia Medica||100||50||100||50||200||100|
|Organon of Medicine||100||50||100||50||200||100|
|Gynaecology and Obstetrics||200*||100||200||100||400||200|
|Homoeopathic Materia Medica||100||50||100||50||200||100|
|Organon of Medicine||100||50||100||50||200||100|
|BHMS-IV||Practice of Medicine||200*||100||200||100||400||200|
|Homoeopathic Materia Medica||200*||100||200||100||400||200|
|Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic Philosophy||200*||100||100||50||300||150|
RESULTS AND RE-ADMISSION TO EXAMINATION.
Admission of eligible students to examinations conducted by Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University, Jabalpur and notification of the results of examinations shall be as per the relevant provisions of the concerned Regulations/Ordinances of Central Council of Homoeopathy, New Delhi and Regulations/Ordinances of the University.
Each candidate shall be required to undergo compulsory internship of one year, after passing the final BHMS Examinations, to the satisfaction of the Principal of the College. Thereafter only, the candidate shall be eligible for the award of Degree of Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery (B.H.M.S.) by the University and to obtain full registration from the State Homoeopathic Council/Board. Each candidate shall be required to obtain a provisional passed certificate from the University for obtaining provisional registration of minimum of one year to undertake the compulsory internship. In the event of shortage or unsatisfactory work, the candidate will be required to obtain extension of the provisional registration from the State Board/Council and undertake the remaining period of compulsory internship to the satisfaction of the Principal of the College.
The internee students shall not prescribe the treatment including medicines, and, each of them shall work under the direct supervision of Head of Department concerned and/or a Resident Medical Officer. No intern student shall issue any medico-legal document under his/her signatures.
A minimum of 80% attendance is required for an intern student during the period of Internship. The students shall be eligible for registration with the State Homoeopathic Council/Board only after successful completion of the Internship Training.
Every candidate shall have to complete the course including the passing of examination in all subjects and complete the compulsory internship training within a period of eleven years from the date of admission in First B.H.M.S. course in the College concerned.
OUR CODE OF CONDUCT
- Imparting education to young men and women is the main objective of the Institution. The Institution expects studies to be taken seriously.
- All students should deposit their fees payable to the college regularly. No. student will be permitted to appear at the examination unless he/she clears his/her dues to the college.
- All students should attend the classes regularly. No. student will be permitted to appear at the examination unless he / she has got 75 % attendance in theory and practical separately.
- In cases of illness, accidents, religious ceremonies etc. if a student is unable to attend the classes a proper application for grant of leave supported by Medical Certificate (In case of illness or accidents) should be submitted to the college. However such leave will not be as attendance for the University requirements.
- This is a co-education Institution. The boys and girls admitted to the college owe to themselves and to the Institution that they conduct themselves with dignity. Any breach of code of conduct is liable for disciplinary action to the extent of dismissal.
- The students prohibited to smoke in the college campus.
- Ragging is strictly prohibited. Disciplinary action will be taken against students indulging in such activity.
- The students are required to attend the college in prescribed uniform classes.
- The students are required to attend the college in prescribed uniform daily.
- The students are required to maintain peace and harmony in the college. They are responsible for the safety of college property.
- Outsiders are not to be brought to the premises of the college or Laboratory by the students without the prior permission of the Principal.
- No collections of any kind should be made in the institution by any one whether for the college or for outside agencies without the prior permission of the Principal.
- Every student is expected to give due respect to the college staff, Teaching and Non – Teaching, and to other Guests invited to the college.
- Students should carry their identity cards along with them in the college premises. They should produce the Identity cards before the college staff, if asked for.
- In the event of loosing Identity Card, the students are required to inform the matter to the college office.
- Applications for issue of DUPLICATE Identity card may be considered at the discretion of the Principal, Duplicate Identity card may be issued on payment of Rs. 100/-
LABORATORIES & MUSEUMS
- Only those students who are deputed for the Practical classes are allowed to enter the Laboratory/ Museum.
- Students are required to wear Aprons in the Laboratory/ Museums.
- Students should handle the Equipment, Instruments, Appliances etc. carefully. They will have to pay for any damages/loss of Laboratory/Museum property.
- Students are expected to keep the Laboratories / Museums clean.
- Students should observe silence and obey the instructions of the authorities, Teaching and other staff of the College.
- The college has a well equipped Library, with Texts, References Books, periodicals and Journals. Students are advised to make good use of this facility. Library books are both sacred and precious and must be preserved as such. Misuse of Library facilities or tampering with books is considered to be a serious offence.
- The library and Reading Rooms are sacred places for acquiring knowledge. Students are directed to maintain the sanctity and solemnity of the Library and Reading Room environments.
- Strict Silence and discipline are to be maintained in the Reading Room.
- Students are responsible for the books borrowed on their Library Tickets.
- One book per ticket can be borrowed for a period of 14 days. If can be reissued for further 14 days if not demanded by others.
- Books lost, defaced or damaged in any way shall have to be replaced by the borrower.
- Students are advised to take care of their LIBRARY TICKESTS.
- Students will have to return all Library books and surrender their Library Tickets one month prior to the commencement of the examination.
9. The students are required to abide by the rules of the library & Reading Room.
- Medical Profession is very noble. Students are expected to do nothing that may tarnish the image of the profession.
- Patient’s secrets are Doctor’s secrets, Never disclose them to anyone except to the Physician In-charge or under legal bindings.
- Behave politely with utmost courtesy. Never hate a patient. Try to be as helpful and as selfless as possible.
- Be regular and punctual.
- Only those students who are deputed for clinical classes/Training of Internship will be allowed to attend the Hospital.
- No student should handle any Equipment, Instrument/Appliance if not directed by the Doctor In-charge. They are expected to work only under the supervision of the staff in-charge.
- Students will have to pay for any loss or damage of any Hospital Property.
- The students are required to abide by the rules of the Hospital.
Address:- Barkhedi Kalan, Bhadbhada Road, Bhopal- 462044
Phone :- +91 755-2696776, 9340298554
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