MD (Hom.) .

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION:

No candidate shall be admitted to MD (Hom.) course unless he/ she possesses the degree of BHMS(Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery) or equivalent in Homoeopathy included in the schedule to the act, after undergoing a course of study of not less than five years and six months duration including one year compulsory internship.

The university or the authority prescribed by the central government or the state government, as the case may be shall select candidates on merit for Post Graduate course.

METHOD OF TRAINING:

Period of training: the period of training for MD (Hom.) shall be three years after full registration including one year of house job.

The emphasis shall be on in service training and not on didactic lectures. The candidate should take part in seminars, group discussions, clinical meetings and journal club.

The candidate shall be required to write a dissertation with detailed commentary, which would provide the candidate with necessary background of training in research methods and techniques along with the art of writing research papers and learning and making use of library.

The candidate shall be in the hospital campus and shall be given graded responsibility in the management and treatment of patients entrusted to his/ her care.

He/ she shall participate in teaching and training of undergraduate students and/ or interns.

COURSES .

Courses

Doctor Of Medicine (Homoeopathy)- MD (Hom.)

Course Content:
1. MD (Hom.) organon of Medicine

  • Fundamental principles of homoeopathy
  • Dynamic & Holistic concepts of life
  • Hahnemannian Lesser writings
  • Hahnemannian Theory of chronic diseases
  • General philosophy
  • Psychology- Sigmund Freud
  • Richard Hughes Philosophy
  • Knowledge of Physician
  • The chronic miasms- J H Allen
  • Principles of Homoeopathy- Garth Boericke.

2. MD (Hom.) Homoeopathic Materia Medica.

  • Drug pictures of the remedies
  • Comparison and relationship of remedies
  • Group study of remedies
  • Scope and nature of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
  • Different ways of studying Homoeopathic Materia Medica
  • Portraits of remedies
  • Acute, chronic, constitutional and tissue remedies
  • Study of drugs from source books
  • Clinical application of drugs
  • Therapeutic usage of drugs

 

3. MD (Hom.) Repertory & Casetaking.

  • Case taking
  • Case analysis for repertorisation
  • Sources and origin of repertory
  • General principles of repertorisation
  • Definition and requisition of repertory
  • Scope and limitation of repertory
  • Symptom analysis for repertorisation
  • Techniques of repertorisation
  • Card repertorisation
  • Computer repertorisation

4. MD (Hom.) Homoeopathic Pharmacy.

  • Pharmacognosy
  • Pharmacology
  • Homoeopathic Drug proving
  • Homoeopathic Pharmaceutics
  • Homoeopathic Posology
  • Homoeopathic Dispensing
  • Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeias
  • Drug and cosmetic act
  • Pharmaceutical analysis
  • Experimental pharmacology

5. MD (Hom.) Practice of Medicine

  • Orientation of general and systemic clinical examination
  • Principles and practice of evidence based medicine
  • Metabolic disorders
  • Respiratory system
  • Cardio vascular system
  • Immunology
  • Nephrology
  • Hematology
  • Oncology
  • Genetics

6. MD (Hom.) Pediatrics.

  • Growth and development knowledge
  • Fetus, newborn, infant, preschool, early school Behaviors
  • Adolescent health knowledge
  • Genetic disorder knowledge
  • Critical care pediatrics
  • Neonatology with homoeopathic therapeutics knowledge
  • Allergy and clinical immunology
  • Immunization
  • Community pediatrics
  • Child nutrition

7. MD (Hom.) Psychiatry.

  • Nature and fundamental concepts of psychology
  • Theories of motivation
  • Stress management
  • Personality development disorders
  • Mental diseases
  • Clinical psychiatry
  • Psychopathology
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Affective disorder
  • Somatoform disorder

SEATS INTAKE .

Courses
SI NoName of the qualificationName of the qualificationSeats
1Doctor of Medicine (Homoeopathy)
Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic Philosophy
MD (Hom.)
Organon of Medicine
09
2Doctor of Medicine (Homoeopathy)
Homoeopathic Materia Medica
MD (Hom.)
Homoeopathic
Materia Medica
09
3Doctor of Medicine (Homoeopathy)
Repertory and Case taking.
MD (Hom.)
Repertory & Case taking
09
4Doctor of Medicine (Homoeopathy)
Homoeopathic Pharmacy
MD (Hom.)
Homoeopathic Pharmacy
06
5Doctor of Medicine (Homoeopathy)
Practice of Medicine
MD (Hom.)
Practice of Medicine
09
6Doctor of Medicine (Homoeopathy)
Pediatrics
MD (Hom.)
Pediatrics
06
7Doctor of Medicine (Homoeopathy)
Psychiatry
MD (Hom.)
Psychiatry
06

EXAMINATIONS .

EXAMINATION PATTERN WITH SUBJECTS FOR PART-1 EXAMINATIONS

SI NoMD (Hom.) PART-1 EXAMINATIONSFirst Term Subjects for Examinations (M- Marks)
1MD (Hom.)
Organon of Medicine
1. Homoeopathic philosophy & Organon of Medicine(150 M)
2.Reasearch Methodology & Biostatistics(100 M)
3. Advanced teaching of fundamental Homoeopathy(150 M)
2MD (Hom.)
Homoeopathic
Materia Medica
1. Homoeopathic Materia Medica (150 M)
2.Reasearch Methodology & Biostatistics(100 M)
3. Advanced teaching of fundamental Homoeopathy(150 M)
3MD (Hom.)
Repertory & Case taking
1. Repertory (150 M)
2.Reasearch Methodology & Biostatistics(100 M)
3. Advanced teaching of fundamental Homoeopathy(150 M)
4MD (Hom.)
Homoeopathic Pharmacy
1. Homoeopathic Pharmacy (150 M)
2.Reasearch Methodology & Biostatistics(100 M)
3. Advanced teaching of fundamental Homoeopathy(150 M)
5MD (Hom.)
Practice of Medicine
1. Practice of Medicine (150 M)
2.Reasearch Methodology & Biostatistics(100 M)
3. Advanced teaching of fundamental Homoeopathy(150 M)
6MD (Hom.)
Pediatrics
1. Pediatrics (150 M)
2.Reasearch Methodology & Biostatistics(100 M)
3. Advanced teaching of fundamental Homoeopathy(150 M)
7MD (Hom.)
Psychiatry
1. Psychiatry (150 M)
2.Reasearch Methodology & Biostatistics(100 M)
3. Advanced teaching of fundamental Homoeopathy(150 M)

EXAMINATION PATTERN WITH SUBJECTS FOR PART-II EXAMINATIONS

SI NoMD (Hom.) PART-II
EXAMINATIONS
Second Term Subjects for Examinations
1MD (Hom.)
Organon of Medicine
1. Organon of Medicine- Paper- I (200 M)
2. Organon of Medicine- Paper- II (200 M)
2MD (Hom.)
Homoeopathic Materia Medica
1. Homoeopathic Materia Medica- Paper- I (200 M)
2. Homoeopathic Materia Medica- Paper- II (200 M)
3MD (Hom.)
Repertory & Case taking.
1. Repertory & Case taking- Paper-I (200 M)
2. Repertory & Case taking- Paper-II (200 M)
4MD (Hom.)
Homoeopathic Pharmacy
1. Homoeopathic Pharmacy- Paper-I (200 M)
2. Homoeopathic Pharmacy- Paper-II (200 M)
5MD (Hom.)
Practice of Medicine
1. Practice of Medicine- Paper-I (200 M)
2. Practice of Medicine- Paper-II (200 M)
6MD (Hom.)
Pediatrics
1. Pediatrics- Paper-I (200 M)
2. Pediatrics- Paper-II (200 M)
7MD (Hom.)
Psychiatry
1. Psychiatry- Paper-I (200 M)
2. Psychiatry- Paper-II (200 M)

THE PHASE DISTRIBUTION AND EXAMINATION

Phase Terms distribution University examination
6 Months 6 Months 6 Months
I 1 2 3 MD (Part I) Professional examination during the Third term
II 4 5 6 MD(Part II) Professional examination during the Sixth term

MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION:

Instructions are imparted through English medium, the question papers for the examination shall be set in English and answer books should be written in English only.

ADMISSION .

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO MD (Hom.) FOR MANAGEMENT QUOTA:

  1. The application form for admission from the office of the Director or download from our website www.jimshomeocollege.com
  2. Admission form should be submitted along with attested copies of following documents (03 sets)
  3. Certificate of passing and statement of marks of SSC Exam/ its equivalent.
  4. Certificate of passing and statement of marks of HSSC/ Inter/ (12th STD) exam/ its equivalent.
  5. College/ School leaving/ Transfer certificate.
  6. Certificate of birth.
  7. Equivalency certificate of other boards from board of intermediate education, Hyderabad.
  8. Bonafide/ Certificate of Conduct.
  9. BHMS Degree marks memos (I/II/III/IV BHMS)
  10. Provisional/ Original Degree Certificate
  11. Permanent Registration Certificate
  12. Permanent Registration Certificate
  13. Caste certificate from designated authorities in case of an applicant to SC/ ST/ OBC.
  14. Five (05) copies of recent passport sized photographs.
  15. Statement of Rank card of AIAPGET Examination.
  16. Statement of Marks card of AIAPGET Examination.

MIGRATION CERTIFICATE:

A student from other state who has secured admission to this course should submit the migration certificate immediately.

FEES SCHEDULE:

            As prescribed by KNR University of Health Sciences and Government of Telangana.

ATTENDENCE:

  1. A) Students are required to attend not less than 85% of lectures in Theory and 85% Practicals , clinical/ Seminars etc. Of each subject, in order to qualify to appear for annual university examinations.
  2. B) All tests or examinations conducted by the college or its various departments are compulsory for the students of the college

 

DISCIPLINE:

            Students are required to maintain high standards of discipline. They are subjected to the rules and regulations of the college, NCH (National commission for Homoeopathy) and the KNR University of Health Sciences, as are displayed on the notice board from time to time.

The principal reserves the right to rusticate the name of student from the role for failure to pay the dues or unsatisfactory conduct or poor performance in the examination conducted by the college and its departments.

IDENTITY CARD:

            The identity card signed by the principal is mandatory for every student. They must carry the identity card on their person. If lost a duplicate card can be obtained on prescribed payment.

RAGGING:

Ragging in any form within or outside the college/ Hospital/ Hostel campus is strictly prohibited.

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