अखिल भारतीय आयुर्विज्ञान संस्थान नागपुर
All India Institute of Medical Sciences Nagpur

An Institute of National Importance

"Passion for Excellence"

MBBS

MBBS

 

1.0 AIMS AND OBJECTIVE

  • To advance in all branches of medical sciences through training and research.
  • To Serve the community and nation through the use of intellectual and material resources particularly through developing Continuing Education for professionals and innovative public health models.
  • To develop a special nexus with rural development mainly by evolving public health  models for problems in rural areas.
  • To maintain and foster interactive linkages with leading medical institutions and centers of research in India and abroad.

 

2.0 GOVERNANCE OF THE INSTITUTE:

2.1 GOVERNANCE: Legislation

AIIMS Act 1956 has been amended by enactment of AIIMS (Amendment) Act, 2012 which has come into force with effect from 16th July, 2012. The amendment has brought AIIMS, Nagpur under the ambit of AIIMS Act 1956 and also provides for establishment of more than one AIIMS at various locations. Each of the new AIIMS is an Institution of National Importance under the Act.

2.2 Selection Committee & Finance Committee

Under the provisions of the AIIMS Act, 1956 and AIIMS (Amd) Act 2013, Institute Bodies for AIIMS, Nagpur have been constituted vide Gazette Notification dated, the 2nd of July 2013.

2.3 GOVERNANCE: Delegation of Power

For the present, Rules and Regulations of AIIMS New Delhi are being made applicable to the new AIIMS.

 

3.0 Duration of course:

The duration of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S.) course of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences shall last for a minimum of five and a half academic years including one year's compulsory internship.

 

4.0 Number of seats and reservations

In academic year 2018-2019, total 50 seats are available for admission to MBBS course for Indian Nationals. The reservation policy shall be according to the rules of the Government of India as mention on AIIMS Delhi website.

 

5.0 Admission process in AIIMS Nagpur

Candidates selected for admission to the MBBS course at the AIIMS Nagpur after verification of their eligibility should bring the following original certificates/ testimonials/documents at the time of admission:

  • Certificate of having passed the 10+2 or equivalent Examinations
  • Certificate from the Board from which he/she passed the High School/Higher Secondary Examination, showing his/her date of birth.
  • Certificate/Mark sheet from the Board from which he/she passed the 10+2 or equivalent Examination showing that he/she has secured 60% or more marks (50% in case of SC/ST/Orthopedic Physically handicapped candidates) in aggregate in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • Migration Certificate from the University/Board last attended by him/her.
  • Applicable only to candidate belonging to Scheduled Caste/Tribe/OBC/OPH Category:
    1. SC/ST Certificate issued by the competent authority. Community should be clearly mentioned in the certificate.
    2. OBC Certificate issued by the competent authority. The sub-caste should tally with the central list of OBC. OBC candidates should not belong to Creamy layer. OBC certificate must be in the prescribed format.
    3. Certificate from prescribed authority showing that he/she belongs to Orthopaedic Physically Handicapped Category.

 

6.0 Fees and other payment

The dues are to be paid in cash immediately, after you have been declared medically fit in the Medical Board of the Institute as per details given below:

 

Sr. No. Academic & Other Fees Amount in Rs. Hostel & Other Fees Amount in Rs.
1 Registration Fee 25.00 Hostel Rent* 990.00
2 Caution Money 100.00 Gymkhana Fee 220.00
3 Tuition Fee 1350.00 Pot Fund 1320.00
4 Laboratory Fee 90.00 Electricity Charges 198.00
5 Student Union Fee 63.00 Mess Security (Refundable) 500.00
6     Hostel Security (Refundable) 1000.00
  Total 1628.00 Total 4228.00
  • Above fees are subject to revision
  • Hostel accommodation will be provided subject to availability

 

7.0 DURATION OF COURSE

Duration of this course is 5½ years i.e. 4½+ 1 year compulsory internship.
The MBBS course is divided into three phases and semesters as under:

  • Pre-clinic al (one year August to July)
    Phase-I - Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology
  • Para Clinical (1 ½ years- July to Dec, Jan to June, July to Dec)
    Phase-II - Pathology, Micro biology, Forensic Medicine, Pharmacology
  • Clinical ( 2 years+ Jan to June, July to Dec, Jan to June and July to Dec.)
    Phase-III – Medicine including Psychiatry and Dermatology, Surgery including Orthopaedics, ENT, Ophthalmology, Anaesthesiology, Casualty and Dental Surgery, Paediatics, Obst. & Gynae and Community Medicine.

Internship - One year

 

8.0 EXAMINATIONS IN FIRST MBBS

The Schedule of semester Examinations in the First Professional MBBS is as under:

  • INTERNAL ASSESSMENT 
    1. There would be a total of three examinations, which are as follows:
    2. 1st Internal Assessment Exam (In the first semester)
    3. 2nd Internal Assessment Exam (In the second semester)
    4. Pre-professional Exam (At the end of the second semester)
  • All the three subjects would be given equal weightage in terms of marks i.e., 200 marks for each subject.
  • The distribution of the internal assessment marks would be as follows: 50 percent weight age to be given to the internal assessment exams(1st ,2nd and pre-professional) and the remaining 50 percent weight age to be given to the professional exam. The rounding up of the score which is in decimal points, to the next whole number would be done at the end of the professional examination.
  • There would be a re-assessment exam for those students who miss any one of the three internal exams on medical grounds/any other genuine reason. The head of each department would be required to send the list of students eligible for the re-assessment exam, to the academic section. The re-assessment exam would be held after the pre-professional examination.

 

8.1 PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION

The First Professional examination would be conducted after the pre-professional examination. All the three subjects would carry equal weightage in terms of marks, i.e., 200 marks for each subject.
The distribution of the marks for the whole academic year would be as follows:

  Theory Practical Total
Anatomy Total marks: 200
Internal Assessment :100
Prof Exam: 100
Total marks: 200
Internal Assessment :100
Prof Exam: 100
400
Physiology Total marks: 200
Internal Assessment :100
Prof Exam: 100
Total marks: 200
Internal Assessment :100
Prof Exam: 100
400
Biochemistry Total marks: 200
Internal Assessment :100
Prof Exam: 100
Total marks: 200
Internal Assessment :100
Prof Exam: 100
400

A minimum of 50% marks, i.e., 100 marks out of the 200 marks computed by taking a sum of internal assessment score and the professional exam score (with at-least 50% marks in the professional exam), would be required in the theory and the practical separately for a student to be promoted to the second year of MBBS.

 

8.2 GENERAL RULES FOR THE RE-ASSESSEMNT EXAMINATION

  • The students who are not able to appear in a particular internal assessment/pre-professional exam due to illness, should apply for a re-assessment examination within 7 days after the commencement of examination. The application should be supported with a medical certificate from a Registered Medical Practitioner/Chief Medical Officer with government facility (till the Medical Board of AIIMS is set up). The application should be submitted to the respective Head of the department for necessary action.
  • The students who are not able to appear in a particular internal assessment/ pre-professional exam due to any other genuine reason, should also apply for a re-assessment examination within 7 days after the commencement of examination. The application should be supported with an appropriate document, which would then be forwarded to the Grievance Committee for necessary action.
  • The re-examination would be a re-assessment for the students who have missed the examination on medical grounds/any other genuine reason and it would not be a betterment examination.
  • This is applicable only for the students who have missed any one of the internal exams. The students who have missed more than one exam, should report the matter to the Dean (Academics) through the respective Head of the Department.

 

8.3 THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA TO APPEAR FOR THE FIRST PROFESSIONAL EXAM

  • Internal Assessment marks:
    A minimum of 35% marks in the theory exam and 35% marks in the practical exam would be required for a student to be eligible to appear for the First Professional exam.
  • Attendance:
    A student must have a minimum of 80% attendance in theory and 75% attendance in practical, in all the three subjects separately, to be eligible to appear for the First Professional examination.

 

8.4 THE SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATION

The supplementary examination would be conducted for the following students:
- Those who fail in the First Professional exam
- Those who are considered ineligible to appear for the First Professional exam on account of less than requisite attendance and internal assessment marks.

A minimum of 50% marks, i.e., 100 marks out of the 200 marks computed by taking a sum of internal assessment score and the supplementary exam score (with at-least 50% marks in the supplementary exam), would be required in the theory and the practical separately for a student to be promoted to the second year of MBBS. Those who fail to do so will be detained for one year and they shall appear with the 2019-20 batch for all the exams. They shall not be allowed to attend the classes of second professional year.