ELIGIBILITY FOR UNIVERSITY(RGUHS University) EXAMINATION:
In order to be eligible to appear for the University Examination a candidate:
1. Shall have undergone satisfactorily the approved course of study in the subjects for the prescribed duration.
2. Shall have attendance of at least 75% of the total number of classes in Theory and Practicals / Clinicals.
3. Shall secure at least 35% of the total marks fixed for Internal Assessment in a particular subject.
4. Shall fulfill any other requirement that may be prescribed by the University from time to time.
5. Who fail in any subjects of MBBS Phase I will have to put up one academic term before he/she becomes eligible to appear for the next examination.
6. Shall pass in all the Phase I (pre clinical) subjects before joining the Phase II (Para clinical) subjects.
7. Who fails in the Phase II examination shall not be allowed to appear in Part I of III phase examination.
Phase I (MBBS)
At the end of 12 months from the last day of admission (Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry)
Phase II (II MBBS)
At the end of 18 months after I MBBS (Pharmacology, Pathology Microbiology, Forensic Medicine)
Phase III (Part I)
At the end of 12 months after II MBBS (Community Medicine, ENT, Ophthalmology)
Phase III (Part II)
At the end of 12 months after Phase III, Part I (Medicine, Surgery, OBG, Orthopedics and Paediatrics)
ASSESSMENT AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR MBBS 2019- 2020 BATCH ONWARDS(Deemed to be University):
BOARD OF GOVERNORS IN SUPER-SESSIONOF MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA- AMENDMENT NOTIFICATION, New Delhi.
4th November 2019
No.MCI-34(41)/2019-Med./161726:“Regulations on Graduate Medical Education (Amendment), 2019.CHAPTER VI ASSESSMENT- pages: 82- 85
• Attendance requirements are 75% in theory and 80% in practical /clinical for eligibility to appear for the examinations in that subject. In subjects that are taught in more than one phase- the learner must have 75% attendance in theory and 80% in practical in each phase of instruction in that subject.
• If an examination comprises more than one subject (for e.g., General Surgery and allied branches), the candidate must have 75% attendance in each subject and 80% attendance in each clinical posting.
• Learners who do not have at least 75% attendance in the electives will not be eligible for the Third Professional – Part II examination.
• Learners must secure at least 50% marks of the total marks (combined in theory andpractical / clinical; not less than 40 % marks in theory and practical separately) assignedfor internal assessment in a particular subject to be eligible for appearing at thefinal University examination of that subject.
Criteria for passing in a subject: A candidate shall obtain 50% marks in University conducted examination separately in Theory and Practical (practical includes: practical/ clinical and viva voce) to be declared as passed in that subject.
In subjects that have two papers, the learner must secure at least 40% marks in each of the papers with minimum 50% of marks in aggregate (both papers together) to pass in the said subject.