Graduate Degree (MBBS)

MBBS (Graduate Degree)

This graduation programme is of five and a half years duration including a compulsory rotatory internship of one year duration.

Current Regulations
# Phase - I Phase - II Phase - III
(Part-I)
Phase - III
(Part II)
- (2 Semesters) (3 Semesters) (4 Semesters)
1. Anatomy Pharmacology

Community Medicine

Medicine
2. Physiology Pathology Ophthalmology Paediatrics
3. Biochemistry Microbiology ENT Surgery including Orthopaedics
4. - Forensic Medicine - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
5. - Community Medicine - Family Planning and Nutrition

Educational Requirements: MBBS

Qualifying examination
The candidates should have passed the Two year PUC examination conducted by the PUC Board of Karnataka State with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics as optional subjects OR any other examination recognized as equivalent by the Mysore University / Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka, like,

  • Pre-degree of Kerala and Calicut.
  • Higher Secondary Certificate of Maharashtra.
  • Intermediate examination of Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and other states where the 12 years course is prevailing.
  • All India Senior School Certificate examination (12 Years) Central Board of Secondary Examination, New Delhi.
  • B.Sc Examination from an Indian University provided that he or she has passed the B.Sc examination having studied not less than two of the subjects in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English provided that the candidate should have secured not less than 50% of the total marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. These subjects should be taken together at the qualifying examination.

Minimum Marks
The minimum marks required for the admission should be 50% in PUC (PCB) or any other equivalent examination for the candidates of General Category. For the candidates belonging to SC/ST, the minimum percentage of marks required for the admission process should be 40% in PCB. Preference will be given to the merit students.