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Model Time Table for 1st MBBS 2019-20

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RajaRajeswari Medical College – CBME Time Table for 2019-20

Quarter

Anatomy

Physiology

Biochemistry

Possible linker sessions

Early clinical exposure

AETCOM

1st quarter

September to

November

  • General anatomy
  • General histology
  • General embryology
  • Upper limb
  • Thorax

  • General physiology
  • Blood
  • Muscle-nerve physiology
  • CVS

1. Cell structure

2. Membrane transport

3. Chemistry of carbohydrates

4. Chemistry of proteins and Extracellular matrix
and

a. Vitamin C

5. Enzymes

6. Vitamins(B6,B9,B12,)and

a. Minerals (iron)

7. Haemoglobin Chemistry

8. Minerals

9. Metabolism of carbohydrates

10. Biological Oxidation

  • Myocardial infarction
  • Heart failure

· 9 hours per department (6 hours for basic science
correlation and 3 hours for clinical skills)

· Module 1.1 done in Foundation Course (8 hours)

  • Module 1.5 (4 hours)
  • Module 1.2 (8 hours)

2nd quarter December to

February

  • Abdomen
  • Pelvis
  • Lower limb
  • Genetics
  • CVS
  • RS
  • GIT
  • Renal
  • Endocrine

11.
Metabolism of amino acids

12. Lipid chemistry

13. Lipid metabolism

14. Integration of metabolism

15. Acid base balance

16. Water and electrolyte balance

17. Vitamins

18. Free radicals and antioxidants

19. Renal function, tests and abnormalities

20. Haem metabolism

21. Liver function, tests and abnormalities

  • Jaundice
  • Renal failure
  • Bronchial Asthma

· 9 hours per department (6 hours for basic science
correlation and 3 hours for clinical skills)

  • Module 1.3 (7hours)

3rd quarter

March to May



Please note: Some of these topics may extend into
the first part of the 4th quarter

  • Head and neck
  • Neuroanatomy
  • Endocrine
  • Reproductive
  • CNS
  • Special senses
  • Integrated physiology

22.
Hormone action

23.

Function, tests and abnormalities of thyroid and
adrenal glands

24.
Diabetes mellitus

25. Chemistry of Nucleic acid

26. Genetics

27. Xenobiotics in disease

28. Nutrition

29. Immunity

30. Metabolism of cancer

31. Vaccine development

32.
Automation and quality control

33.
Biomedical waste management

  • Goitre
  • Stroke
  • Parkinson’s disease

Diabetes mellitus

· 12 hours per department (6 hours for basic science
correlation and 6 hours for clinical skills)

  • Module 1.4 (7 hours)



Model Time Table for First MBBS 2019-20

Quarter

Anatomy

Physiology

Biochemistry

Possible linker sessions

Early clinical exposure

AETCOM

1st quarter

  • General anatomy
  • General histology
  • General embryology
  • Upper limb
  • Thorax

  • General physiology
  • Blood
  • Muscle-nerve physiology
  • CVS

· Cell structure

· Membrane transport

  • Chemistry of carbohydrates
  • Extracellular matrix

· Haemoglobin Chemistry

· Chemistry of Nucleic acid

· Biological Oxidation

  • Enzymes
  • Minerals
  • Metabolism of carbohydrates

· Myocardial infarction

· Heart failure

· 9 hours per department (6 hours for basic science
correlation and 3 hours for clinical skills)

· Module 1.1 done in Foundation Course (8 hours)

· Module 1.5 (4 hours)

· Module 1.2 (8 hours)

2nd quarter

  • Abdomen
  • Pelvis
  • Lower limb
  • Genetics
  • CVS
  • RS
  • GIT
  • Renal
  • Endocrine

· Lipid chemistry

  • Lipid metabolism
  • Acid base balance
  • Water and electrolyte balance
  • Vitamins
  • Renal function, tests and abnormalities
  • Haem metabolism
  • Liver function, tests and abnormalities
  • Genetics
  • Jaundice
  • Renal failure

· 9 hours per department (6 hours for basic science
correlation and 3 hours for clinical skills)

  • Module 1.3 (7hours)

3rd quarter



Please note: Some of these topics may extend into
the first part of the 4th quarter

  • Head and neck
  • Neuroanatomy
  • Endocrine

· Reproductive

  • CNS

· Special senses

· Integrated physiology

  • Hormone action

  • Function, tests and abnormalities of thyroid and
    adrenal glands
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Free radicals and antioxidants
  • Chemistry of proteins
  • Metabolism of amino acids
  • Integration of metabolism
  • Xenobiotics in disease
  • Nutrition
  • Immunity
  • Metabolism of cancer
  • Vaccine development

· Automation and quality control

  • Biomedical waste management
  • Goitre
  • Stroke
  • Parkinson’s disease

Diabetes mellitus

· 12 hours per department (6 hours for basic science
correlation and 6 hours for clinical skills)

  • Module 1.4 (7 hours)



MASTER TIME TABLE FOR MBBS PHASE –I, 2019-20

Days

9-10am Theory

10-11am Theory

11-1 pm

Practicals/
Tutorials

1-2 pm

2-4pm

Dissection Practicals

MONDAY

Biochemistry

Anatomy

Anatomy- ‘A’ Batch

Physiology-‘B’ Batch

Biochemistry-’C’ Batch

Lunch Break

2-3pm

Biochemistry

3-4pm

AETCOM

TUESDAY

Anatomy

Physiology

Anatomy- ‘B’ Batch

Physiology-‘C’ Batch

Biochemistry – ‘A’ Batch

Anatomy

WEDNESDAY

Biochemistry

Physiology

Anatomy- ‘C’ Batch

Physiology ‘A’ Batch

Biochemistry -‘B’ Batch

Dissection

THURSDAY

Physiology

Anatomy

Biochemistry

Dissection

FRIDAY

Physiology

Biochemistry

Physiology

Dissection

SATURDAY

Anatomy

Early clinical exposure

Language/ Sports

Date & Day

Observer

10 am to 11:15 am

11.15 am to 12.30 pm

Co – Ordinator

21-01-2021 Thursday D1

9916819463
Dr Prakash

Welcome Address by Dean & Administration
History of medicine
Dr. Shyam A. C
Prof. of Comm. Medicine



Introduction to Medicine & MBBS programme
Dr. Pravin GU
Vice Principal


·Dr. Bharathi
9986751991

22-01-2021
Friday
D2


9916819463
Dr Prakash

Overview of GMER & foundation course & role of IMG
Dr. Prakash R
Prof. of Microbiology



Ragging & internal Complaints committee overview
Dr. Sangeetha S
Prof & HOD Microbiology


Dr. Sarala
9886060508

23-01-2021 Saturday
D3


9902825235
Dr Nalini


Role of Doctor in society
Dr Sai lakshmi
Prof & HOD OBG



Learning medicine effectively
Dr. Krishna MV
Prof.& HOD Medicine


Dr. Supriya
9632206201

25-01-2021 Monday
D4


9008723706
Dr Shashikala


Personal grooming that is appropriate for health care professional & gender sensitivity
Dr. Asha (Psychiatry)



Stress management
Dr. Vishnu
Prof. & HOD Psychiatry


Mrs.Padmalatha
7812980902

26-01-2021 tue


Holiday


Holiday



Holiday


Holiday

27-01-2021 Wednesday
D5


9701500592
Dr Vamseedhar


Introduction to electives, ECE
Dr. Prema,
Prof. of Paediatrics



Learning strategies,
SDL
Dr Sathyanarayana Prof.
pharmacology


Mr. Krishna

9605142572

28-01-2021 Thursday
D6


Dr. Deepali
9342276777


Principals of primary care,
National health goals & policies
Dr. Shashikala Manjunath
Prof. Community medicine



Patient safety & Biomedical waste management
Dr Lakshminarayan Prof. Microbiology


Dr. Vineesh
7411241640

29-01-2021 Friday
D7


9895924566
Dr Lakshminarayan


What it means to be a
Patient
Dr. Amit Jain
Prof. of General Surgery


Giving Constructive feedback
Dr Deepali
Assoc. prof


Dr. Jyothilakshmi
9535376652

30-01-2021 Saturday
D8


9481906038
Dr Meena


Communication skills & time management
Dr. Swapna
Assoc prof. Community Medicine



Overview for research activities student project/ ICMR research skill
Dr. Usha SMR Prof & HOD Biochemistry


Dr. Mangala

9986019997