The students admitted to B.H.M.S course will have to undergo a regular course of study as per the syllabus laid down by the Central Council Of                      Homeopathy, New Delhi and approved by Ministry of AYUSH, Govt.of India, New Delhi, adopted by B.R.A, Bihar University, Muzaffarpur.

   The University exerts every student to be regular to the class and achieve a certain minimum level of performance and progress. Minimum 75% of

    attendance is required in each subject to be eligible for the university examinations. The college however, would appreciate students to achieve

    100% attendance.

 

 I B.H.M.S:

 

  • Anatomy                                                             

  • Physiology & Biochemistry

  • Pharmacy

  • Materia Medica

  • Organon of Medicine

 11 B.H.MS:

  • Materia Medica

  • Organon of Medicine

  • Practice of Medicine

  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology

  • Surgery

  • Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

  • General Pathology & Microbiology  (Including Bacteriology & Virology)

  111 B.H.M.S:

  • Materia Medica

  • Organon of Medicine

  • Practice of Medicine

  • Obstetrics & Gynecology

  • Surgery

  IV B.H.M.S:

  • Materia Medica

  • Organon of Medicine

  • Practice of Medicine

  • Community Medicine

  • Repertory

    Syllabus Reference:

   University Examinations:

   Conducted by B.R.A. Bihar University, Muzaffarpur.

  • 1st B.H.M.S.(Part - I ) Examination will be held after 1 year of the course of admission.

  • II nd B.H.M.S ( Part -II) Examination will be held 1 year after the 1st B.H.M.S. examination.

  • III rd B.H.M.S ( Part - III) Examination will be held 1 year after the 2nd  B.H.M.S. examination.

  • IV th B.H.M.S ( Part - III) Examination will be held 1 and half year after the 3rd  B.H.M.S. examination.

  

   To pass in the university examination, the candidate must have passed in all the subjects. Pass in a subject means that a candidate must obtain minimum 50% marks in

   theory, oral or practical examinations separately.

   If a candidate fails to pass in less than two subjects in 1st B.H.M.S and less than three subjects in IInd B.H.M.S examinations, the candidate will be declared to have         failed in the examination. The candidate will be detained in the concerned B.H.M.S Course year and shall be required to prosecute further study in all the subjects.

   The candidate will be allowed to appear for the next university examination in the subjects which he/she had failed in the previous years.

   Candidates who has passed in at least two subjects in 1st B.H.M.S and three in IInd and IIIrd Year B.H.M.S examinations and fails to clear rest of the subject/subjects,     would be declared to have secured compartmental in those subject and promoted to to the next higher class and allowed to appear in the concerned compartmental              subject/subjects of B.H.M.S for the previous years along with the examination of the next higher class.

   To appear for the IVth B.H.M.S examination, all candidates will have to clear all the subjects of and passed 1st, IInd & IIIrd B.H.M.S examinations.However, if  a

   candidate fails to clear all the subjects in any parts of B.H.M.S examination of the university. The candidate will be required to pursue further course of study in the

  college in all the subjects  of the concerned year of the B.H.M.S course ( Ist, IInd, IIIrd or IVth) on payment of additional tuition fee. Thereafter the candidate will be

  allowed to appear in the university examinations to clear in the subjects failed earlier in four consecutive examinations chances.   

  

   Failure to appear at the consecutive university examination is considered as failed in the examination and the candidate will lose a chance.

   On successful completion of the course, a student would be awarded with B.H.M.S degree by the B.R.A. Bihar University , Muzaffarpur.

SYALLABUS

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