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Prof Subjects and Duration :

B.H.M.S 1st Prof :

Duration of 1st Prof is 12 months
1ST B.H.M.S. Subjects

  • Homoeopathic Pharmacy
  • Homoeopathic Materia Medica
  • Organon of Medicine and Principle of Homoeopathic Philosophy and Psychology
  • Anatomy
  • Physiology and Bio-chemistry.

Note:-Examination of M.M.& organon will occur in 2nd year

B.H.M.S 2nd Prof :

Duration of 2nd Prof is 12 months
2nd B.H.M.S. Subjects

  • Pathology and Microbiology
  • Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
  • Homoeopathic Materia Medica
  • Organon of medicine and principle of Homoeopathic Philosophy and Psychology
  • Practice of Medicine & Homoeopathic Therapeutics
  • Surgery (including ENT, Ophthalmology & Dentistry) & Homoeopathic Therapeutics.
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology including Infant care & Homoeopathic Therapeutics.

B.H.M.S 3rd Prof :

Duration of 3rd Prof is 12 months
3rd B.H.M.S. Subjects

  • Homoeopathic Materia Media
  • Organon of medicine and principle of Homoeopathic Philosophy & Psychology
  • Practice of Medicine & Homoeopathic Therapeutics
  • Surgery (including ENT, Ophthalmology & Dentistry) & Homoeopathic Therapeutics.
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology including Infant care & Homoeopathic Therapeutics.

B.H.M.S 4th Prof :

Duration of 4th Prof is 18 months
4th B.H.M.S. Subjects

  • Homoeopathic Materia Media
  • Organon of medicine and principle of Homoeopathic Philosophy & Psychology
  • Practice of Medicine & Homoeopathic Therapeutics
  • Repertory.& Case Taking
  • Community Medicine

INTERNSHIP :

Students who have passed 4th B.H.M.S. Examination shall be required to undergo a compulsory rotating internship for a period of one year, including 3 months of civil hospital duty, in accordance with the Central Council of Homoeopathy's recommendation. It is only after the successful completion of the internship, the candidate shall be awarded the B.H.M.S. Degree by the university

 

M D Course Details

A. GENERAL SUBJECTS

1. Research Methodology
a)  Research and Biomedicine.
b) Need of Research and Research Challenges in Homoeopathy.
c) Types of Research Studies.
d) Planning of Research Studies (which includes Research Questions, Research Hypothesis, Aims & Objectives, and Literature Review. Study Design, Study Sample, Randomization, Blinding, Intervention, Variables, Outcome Assessment etc.)
e) Design and Conduct of Clinical Trials.
f) Data Collection and data Management.
g) Assessing and reporting Adverse Events.
h) Ethical Issues in Biomedical Research.
i) Writing & Publishing Research Studies.
2. Biostatistics
a) Definition and Scope of Biostatistics in Clinical Research.
b) Types of Data and Methods of Data Presentation.
c) Descriptive Statistics (Mean, Median, Mode, SD, & Variance etc.)
d) Correlation and Regression.
e) Sampling techniques and Sample Size Estimation.
f) Measures of Morbidity and Mortality.
g) Data Analysis.
h) Use of Statistical Softwares.
3.Advanced teaching of Fundamentals of Homoeopathy
Advanced teaching of Fundamental of Homoeopathy shall comprise of integration of knowledge (learnt at degree level course) in respect of subjects namely, Organon of Medicine & Homoeopathic Philosophy, Homoeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory.

B. SPECIAL SUBJECTS

  1. HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY
      1. Concepts of Principles and Practice;
      2. Homoeopathic Philosophy –

A study of the interpretations and views of the stalwarts in Homoeopathy like Kent, Stuart Close, H.A. Robert, J.H. Allen, Dunham and Richard Hughes on Hahnemannian concepts and fundamentals of Homoeopathy is essential. It also aims at making a comparative study of various philosophies with a view to bring out relative merit of the individual contribution to the Hahnemannian concepts of Homoeopathy.

  1. MATERIA MEDICA
      1. Basic Materia Medica
        1. Source of Materia Medica, Drug Proving, and Collection of symptoms- Classification of symptoms, Construction of Materia Medica & Types of Materia Medica.
        2. Science & Philosophy of Materia Medica.
        3. Study of Materia Medica.
        4. Scope & Limitations of Materia Medica.
        5. Sources of Drugs, family or Group Characteristics & Drug Relationship.
      2. Comparative Materia Medica –

Comaprative study of symptoms, Drug pictures and Therapeutic indications of all drugs.

  1. REPERTORY
      1. Repertories & Repertorisation
        1.  Case taking and Processing.
        2. Source and Origin of the Repertory.
        3. Different types of Repertories.
        4. Merits and Demerits of Repertories.
        5. Methods of Repertorisation.

 

  1. HOMOEOPATHIC PHARMACY
      1. Basics of Homoeopathic Pharmacy.
      2. Standardization of drugs and Vehicles.
      3. Homoeopathic Drug Proving.
      4. Drug Laws and Legislation relating to Homoeopathic Pharmacy –

A basic idea about the Drugs and Cosmetic Act, 1940 (23 of 1940); The Prevention of Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1988, (46 of 1988); The Drugs (Control) Act, 1950, (25 of 1950); The Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisement) Act, 1954 (21 of 1954); The Medicinal and Toilet Preparation (Excise Duties) Act, 1955 (16 of 1955); The Poisons Act. 1919 (12 of 1919); The Homoeopathic Central Council Act, 1973 (59 of 1973); and The Pharmacy Act, 1948, (6 of 1948);
A general idea about the rules & regulations made under the aforesaid central Acts on the subject and concerned State Acts, Rules and Regulations.

      1. Industrial Pharmacy
  1. PRACTICE OF MEDICINE

i) General Medicine including Tropical Medicine;
ii) Miasmatic Study of Diseases, Cases, Medicines;
iii) Diagnostic Procedures;
iv) Practice of Homoeopathy in General Medicine including Tropical Medicine;
v) Scope & Limitations of Homoeopathy in the Management of Disorders related to Life threatening diseases.

  1. PAEDIATRICS

i) Diseases of Children including nutritional, behavioral disorders, Preventive aspects of Paediatrics;
ii) Miasmatic study of Diseases, cases, medicines;
iii) Diagnostic Procedures;
iv) Practice of Homoeopathy in Paediatrics.

 

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