MBBS

MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery) through the graduate medical curriculum is oriented towards training students to undertake the responsibilities of a physician of first contact who are capable of looking after the preventive, promotive, curative & rehabilitative aspect of medicine.

 

MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery) through the graduate medical curriculum is oriented towards training students to undertake the responsibilities of a physician of first contact who are capable of looking after the preventive, promotive, curative & rehabilitative aspect of medicine.

With wide range of career opportunities available today, a graduate has a wide choice of career opportunities. The training, though broad based and flexible, should aim to provide an educational experience of the essentials required for health training and should be able to meet internationally acceptable standards.

 

The graduate medical curriculum is oriented towards training students to undertake the responsibilities of a 'Physician of the first contact' who can look after the preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative aspects of medicine.

The academic year is divided into two semesters, each of six months duration. A semester consists of about 120 teaching days of 8 hours each during college working time, including one hour of lunch.

Four examinations, conducted by Al-Karim University, Katihar, India are held. They are called the first, second and third professional M.B.B.S examinations, the latter being divided into Part-I & II. In each of the subjects, a candidate must obtain 50% in theory and practical separately.

Passing the 1st Professional M.B.B.S examination is mandatory for proceeding on to the next phase of the training. Each subsequent professional examination is required to be passed before the student is eligible to appear for the next examination, however, the student is allowed to the next phase of study.

Internal Assessment: Internal assessments comprise approximately 20% of the total marks in a subject. To be eligible to appear for a University examination, the candidate should have obtained minimum 50% marks in internal assessment.

Attendance: Students must attend at least 75% of classes in the subject (including non-lecture teaching i.e. seminars, group discussions, tutorials, demonstrations, practicals, hospital (tertiary, secondary, primary posting and bedside clinics etc.) held in the college to be eligible to appear for the university examination.

 

Candidate seeking admission in MBBS Course 2020-21 session have to apply for NEET examination 2020 directly. No direct application for admission in MBBS or postgraduate (post MBBS) course shall be entertained by the university or the college. NEET examination is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) or agency authorized by the Central Govt. / MCI.

Candidates must have passed 10+2 / I. Sc. or equivalent examination from a recognized Board, Council or University and must have passed in the subject of Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Bio-technology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology taken together. Candidates should have passed English as a compulsory / core subject. For candidates belonging to S.C./S.T. or O.B.C., the minimum qualification marks are 40% and for the candidates with locomotory disability of lower limbs as defined by MCI, the minimum qualifying marks is 45% taken together in the qualifying examination. Prevailing MCI regulations shall apply.

 

NEET

Candidates must have qualified NEET examination and obtained minimum marks of 50th percentile in 'National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test' held for the academic year 2020- 21. However, in respect of candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC, the minimum marks shall be 40th percentile. In respect of candidates with locomotory disability of lower limbs as defined by the MCI, the minimum marks shall be 45th percentile. In case, the percentile of marks mentioned above is modified by the Government of India / MCI, the revised percentile shall be applicable for respective categories.

 

AGE

The age of the applicant should not be below 17 years as on 31st December of the year of admission.

 

The candidates shall undergo internship training at Katihar Medical College only. Request for transfer of internship will not be entertained except in the extreme circumstances on compassionate ground.

 

On completion of successful internship training, it will be mandatory for selected candidates to serve the college for a minimum period of one year as Junior Resident or equivalent suitable post during which they will be paid salary at par with Government of Bihar. Selection of candidates will be as per the existing requirements of the institution.

 

We accept 150 students in every academic year. Seats are allocated in accordance with the following:

  • Students belonging to muslim minority community: 50% seats

  • Students belonging to general category: 35% seats

  • NRI candidates: 15% seats

(In case reserved seats are not filled up by candidates of the respective category, the remaining vacant seats will be filled up by the candidates from general category. However, NRI fee structure shall be applicable for the candidates joining vacant NRI seats.)

 

  1. Tuition fees shall be Rs. 7,38,000/- (Rupees seven lacs thirty-eight thousand) per annum. [refer para 9 (iv)].

  2. Development fees shall be Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rupees one lac) per annum. [refer para 9 (iv)].

  3. For Non-Resident Indian/Foreign and other students admitted on seats reserved for NRI the college fee shall be US $25,000.00 per annum.

  4. The above tuition and development fee notified by the Government of Bihar is subject to the outcome of the petition filed before Hon'ble Patna High Court and subject to the condition that after the disposal of the petition or order of the competent authority if the quantum of the fee is changed and enhanced, under such circumstances the differential amount shall be payable by the student.

  5. The annual tuition fee is charged for the subsequent academic years payable annually. The selected and admitted students shall be required to deposit the annual tuition fee through Bank Draft each year before the end of the month of June failing which he/she shall be charged a fine of Rs. 500/- per day from 1st July onwards till the date of payment. The student shall clear all of their dues before University examination failing which they shall not be allowed to appear at the university examinations.  

  6. A candidate once admitted in the college shall not be allowed to leave the college without paying the full tuition fee for the remaining period of the MBBS Course.

  7. At the time of the admission, while paying the tuition fee for 1st year through Bank Draft, the candidate shall have to furnish Bank Guarantee/Bond for the payment of tuition fee for the remaining period of MBBS Course.

 

HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION FOR MBBS STUDENTS

Air-conditioned hostel is available for boys and girls students separately. Students admitted into MBBS course have to reside within the campus in hostels. The annual hostel fee is Rs. 2,50,000/- per annum.

Hostel fee is payable for 5 ½ years. Candidates staying in the hostel for more than 5 ½ years either due to failure in examination or extension of internship or for any other reason will be required to pay additional hostel fee for their extended stay. The extended duration shall be divided in a fraction of 6 or 12 months and accordingly fee shall be payable as per scheduled date every year.

 

STUDENT AMENITIES FEE

Rs. 50,000.00 (Rupees fifty thousand) per annum (Transport, Sports, Gymnasium, Wi-Fi etc.) as per the policy of the college

 

REFUNDABLE SECURITY DEPOSIT

Rs. 1,00,000.00 (Rupees one lac) (The refundable security deposit is payable once at the time of admission and will be refunded after completion of internship training after deducting dues if any)

 

The admissions in the undergraduate course are offered to candidates in order of merit who have qualified in NEET examination. Candidates seeking admission have to appear in counseling conducted by the State of Bihar through its appropriate authority. Students have to submit application to the Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) to appear in counseling.

Nomination for admission in the undergraduate medical course (MBBS) shall be made by BCECE Board on merit-cum-choice based on NEET (UG)-2020.

As per the judgement of Hon'ble Supreme Court dated 9th May 2017 passed in WP(c) No. 267/2017, it is mandatory for the students belonging to particular minority community that they furnish the necessary proof of their minority status at the time of counseling and submit in writing about their willingness to take admission in the concerned minority college/institution.

 

Graduates can pursue career in wide areas of medicine according to their area of interest.