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1. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Srinivas Hospital has an objective to provide affordable medical services to the community with the skill, knowledge and resources to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases. The land chosen is on the Udupi Mangalore Highway, and is ideally located to serve people from Mangalore and surrounding suburban districts. The location is easily accessible by public transport. The hospital is equipped with up-to-date medical technology and facilities to provide modern state of the art medical treatment to the poor and needy. The institute is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, and Approved by Medical Council Of India, New Delhi.As per the curriculum designed by the Srinivas Medical College, every student shall undergo a period of certified study extending over 4 1/2 academic years from the date of commencement of study to the date of completion of examination followed by 1 year of compulsory rotatory internship. The Institute offers undergraduate as well as postgraduate training in medical and surgical specialities.
The 4½ year course has been divided into 3 phases:
Phase I – 1 year consisting of 2 terms of 6 months each.
Phase II – 1 ½ years consisting of 3 terms of 6 months each.
Phase III – 2 years consisting of 4 terms of 6 months each.
The first year will deal with the study of the Phase-I (Pre-Clinical) subjects of Human Anatomy, Physiology including Bio-Physics, Bio-Chemistry and Introduction to Community Medicine.
Phase-II is devoted to Para-Clinical and Clinical subjects. Para-Clinical subjects shall consist of Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Forensic Medicine including Toxicology and part of Community Medicine. During this phase, the clinical subjects shall be taught concurrently. The clinical subjects taught will be Medicine and its allied specialities, Surgery and its allied specialities and Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
Phase-III is divided into Part 1 which consists of ENT, Ophthalmology and Community Medicine and Part 2 which consists of clinical subjects – Medicine and its allied specialities, Surgery and its allied specialities, Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
I MBBS (1 Year)
Community Medicine (60 hrs)
II MBBS (1 & 1/2 Years)
Includes Postings to Clinical Departments
III MBBS (2 years)
Part I (1 year)
Part II (l year)
General Medicine & allied specialities
General Surgery & allied specialities
Obsteteries and Gynecology
Compulsory Rotatory Internship -1 year
Includes 3 months community medicine
A pass in 12th standard or equivalent examination approved by the Medical Council of India with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as optional subjects and English as one of the languages of study, with atleast 50% marks in aggregate of optional subjects. The candidate should have completed 17 years of age as on December 31 of the year of admission. Admission under NRI quota The admission under the NRI category is based on merit in the qualifying examination taking into consideration, marks secured in the core subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Foreign nationals are also considered for admission under this quota. Students seeking admission under the NRI category should submit a separate application to the college in the prescribed format The payment of fee shall be from the Non Resident External (N.R.E) account of the parent. Intake & Duration Intake:150 Duration: 5 ½ yrs (including one yr of compulsory rotatory internship)
List of documents to be produced at the time of admission
Additional documents to be produced for NRIs only
Additional documents to be produced for Foreign nationals only
The following facilities have been created at the SIMS RC as per MCI requirements