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Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery Syllabus


HOMOEOPATHY (DEGREE COURSE) B.H.M.S. REGULATIONS, 1983

Duration: 5 ½ years including compulsory internship of one year duration after passing the final degree examination.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Intermediate Science (10+2) with Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects or equivalent.
  • Attained the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of his admission to the first year of the course.
  • Blind (including color blind), deaf and/or dumb candidates shall not be allowed for admission in the course.

Abbreviated Syllabus

Basic objectives of education and training in a Homoeopathic institution is to prepare a competent Homoeopathic Physician who is capable of functioning independently and effectively under Rural and Urban set ups

In order to achieve this, the following syllabus and curriculum has been designed:

In 1st BHMS, student shall study the fundamental principles of Homoeopathy and will also learn more of applied anatomy than a multitude of minor anatomical details.

In IInd BHMS, a student shall be exposed to very vital concepts of susceptibility and symptomatology with Analysis-Evaluation and details of the Homoeopathic concepts, old logic of Homoeopathy. These will attain much deeper significance (if care is taken by teachers of pathology and Organon-Philosophy) when the current knowledge of INFLAMMATION, IMMUNITY, is correlated well with concepts of susceptibility.

In IIIrd BHMS, there is opportunity to fortify the foundation at the best by correlating between Theory of Chronic Diseases and the Patho-Physiological facts on the Gynecology, Surgery and Medicine. A student shall have to be taught the spectrums of various diseases in correlation with the spectrum of miasmatic manifestations. He will then be able to use a well concluded EVALUATION ORDER OF Characteristics to derive an operationally valid repertorial Totality.

The knowledge gathered in this pattern will keep him constantly aware of his objectives and his role as a Homoeopathic Physician. The Integration will eliminate the state of confusion. The Therapeutics Actions then will be right and complete, utilizing the full repertories of the Medicinal and Non-medicinal measures, keeping him up-to-date about all fresh scientific developments and inculcating values of Continuous Medical Education.

Examinations

  1. Each theory paper shall be of three hours duration.
  2. The Practical/oral examination shall be completed immediately after the theory Examination.
  3. There shall be two examinations in a year. One Regular examination and another Supplementary, The supplementary examination may be conducted within 6 months of the Regular examination
  4. No student shall be permitted to join para-clinical/clinical group of subjects until he has passed in all the pre clinical subjects of First BHMS for which he will be permitted not more than four chances including the original examination.
  5. Attendance: 75% attendance in a subject for appearing in the examination is compulsory. The examining body may relax this on exceptional circumstances on individual merit.

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