B.D.S. Undergraduate Program

100 Seats In B.D.S. Undergraduate Program.

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ELIGIBILITY


APPLICATION FOR THE COURSE

The candidate has to make an application to the Institute with the following documents :-

  • Marks Sheet and Certificate of High School
  • Marks Sheet and Certificate of Intermediate
  • Character Certificate.
  • Domicile Certificate.

SELECTION OF CANDIDATES

Selection of the candidate will be solely on the basis of merit of Combined Entrance Examination – UPCAT / CPMT. Only the meritorious candidates will be selected.

DURATION OF THE COURSE

The under radute training program leading to BDS degree will be of 4 years. During this period, the student is required to be engaged in full time study as per norms laid by Dental Council of India. One year rotatory Internship is compulsory at the end of the course.

METHOD OF TRAINING

The training of undergraduate student shall be full time. The participation of the students in all facets of education process is essential. Training should include involvement in laboratory work, group discussions, preclinical exercises and clinics, with graded responsibilities in the management and treatment of patients entrusted to his/her care.

CURRICULUM

ATTENDANCE, PROGRESS AND CONDUCT

Students should be regular and punctual in attending the classes and clinic. Attendance for appearing the university examination should not be less than 75% in lecture and 75% in clinics and practicals. Students shall not be certified for examination if his progress, conduct and attendance are not satisfactory. A candidate pursuing B. D. S. course should work in all the concerned department of the institution as per delineated as a full time student. Academic progress of the student is continuously monitored and there will be periodic Internal Assessment by Student Performance Evaluation Committee (SPEC) and Professional Examination. No candidate is permitted to run a clinic of work in clinic/laboratory/nursing home while pursuing the undergraduate course.

MARKS DISTRIBUTION in each SUBJECT at UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION :

Each subject shall have a maximum of 200 marks.
Theory 100
Practical / Clinical 100
Theory – 100 marks
University written exam 70
Viva Voce 20
Internal assessment (Written) 10
Total 100
Practical / Clinical Examination – 100 marks
University Exam 90
Internal assessment (Written) 10
Total 100
Practical and Viva Voce Only in University Examination :
Pre-clinical Prosthodontics
Pre-clinical Conservative Dentistry
Internal Assessment 20
Practica 60
Viva Voce 20
Total 100