The Five and a half (5 ½) years course is split into 4 Professional years and 1 year of internship.
I Professional (12 Months)
II Professional (12 months)
III Professional (12 months)
IV Professional (18 Months)
(Science and Philosophy of Indian Medicine)
Dravya Guna-II (Study of Medicinal Plants )
IIISwasthaVritta& Yoga-I SwasthaVritta& Yoga-II (Social & Preventive Medicine)
Kaya Chikitsa-II KayaChikitsa-III KayaChikitsa-IV
(Language and Ayurveda)
(Study of Toxicology and Legal Medicine)
Prasuthi Tantra-II (Gynecology & Obstetrics)
Shareera Rachana-II (Anatomy)
Rasa Shastra – I
Baisajya Kalpana - II (Study of Traditional Ayurvedic Medicine)
Koumara Britya-I (Pediatrics)
Shalakya Tantra –I
Shalakya Tantra –II
Astanga Sangraha (Knowledge about Branches of Ayurveda)
Charaka Samhitha (Poorvardha)
Roga Nidan -I RogaNidan-II
Shareera Kriya-II (Physiology)
Charaka Samhitha (Utharardha)
Every candidate should have attendance not less than 75% of the total classes conducted in theory and practical separately in each academic year calculated from the date of commencement of the term to the last working day as notified by the University in each of the subjects prescribed to be eligible to appear for the university examination subject to the condition that his / her progress and conduct are counted to be satisfactory by the Principal.
A candidate lacking in the prescribed attendance and progress in any subject(s) in theory or practical/clinical in the first appearance should not be permitted to appear for the examination in that subject(s).
College level Internal assessment examininations are to be conducted without fail.50% passing marks in the college level internal assessment examinations will be considered as eligibility for final (annual) examinations & marks obtained in internal assessment examinations will not be considered in the university marks card, however once in 6 months college level examinations should be conducted.
FIRST PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION :
A student failed in not more than 2 subjects shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the second professional course. However he/she will not be allowed to appear for second professional examination unless he/she passes in all the subjects of the first professional.
7SECOND PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION :
A student failed in not more than two subjects shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the third professional examination, however he/she will not be allowed to appear for third professional examination unless he/she passes in all the subjects of second professional examination.
THIRD PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION :
A student failed in not more than two subjects shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the final professional examination, however he/she will not be allowed to appear for the final professional examination unless he/she passes in all the subjects of third professional examination.
FINAL PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION :
The final professional session will be of one and half year duration following completion of third professional examination
Duration of internship: 1 year
The student will join compulsory internship programme after passing the final professional examination. The internship programme will start after declaration of the result of final professional examination. The period of internship will be one year..
Duration of internship: 1 year
After completing the assignment in various sections, they have to obtain a certificate from the head of the section in respect of their devoted work in the section concerned and finally submitted to the principal/ head of the institute so that completion of successful internship can be granted.
» Theory examination shall have minimum 20% short answer questions having maximum mark upto 40% and minimum 4 questions for long explainatory answers having maximum marks up to 60%. These questions shall cover entire syllabus of the subject.
» Candidate obtaining 75% marks in the subject shall be avoided distinction in the subject.
» The minimum marks required for passing the examination shall be 50% in theory and practical separately in each subject.
» The supplimentary examination will be held within 6 months of regular examination and failed students shall be eligible to appear in its supplimentary examination as the case may be.
» Minimum 75% attendance of the student in each subject separately in theory and practical shall be essential for appearing in the examination. In this regard a class attendance card shall be maintained for each student for different subjects. The principal shall arrange to obtain the signature of the students, teachers at the end of each course of lectures and practical instructions and send the cards to each head of the department for the final completion before the commencement of each examination.
» In case student fails to appear in regular examination for cognitive reason, he or she will appear in supplimentary examination as regular students. In such cases his/ her non appearance in regular examination will not be treated as an attempt. Such students after passing examination will join the studies with regular students and appear for next professional examination after completion the required period of the study
» The following facts may be taken into consideration in determining classwork in the subject :-
• Regularity in attendance
• Periodical tests
• Practical copy