Examination

Examination

The subjects for examination for BHMS Course shall be as follows:

  • BHMS (I) Examination shall be held at the end of 18 the months of the BHMS Course. The examination will have theory and oral/practical in the following subjects:
    Anatomy, Physiology, Homoeopathic Pharmacy, Materia Medica & Homoeopathic Philosophy with Psychology.
    In order to pass the BHMS (I) examination, a candidate must pass in all the subjects of the examination. Pass mark in all the subjects is 50% in theory and 50% in oral/practical.
    Note :- 1st BHMS home examination is compulsory for all students which is held at the end of 1st year after admission, failing which students may not be allowed to appear in main/final examination.
  • BHMS (II) Examination shall be held at the end of 2 ½ year of BHMS Course. The examination will have theory. Oral/Practical and Clinical in the following Subjects.
    a. Pathology, bacteriology & Parasitology
    b. Forensic medicine and toxicology
    c. Homoeopathic Materia Medica and
    d. Organon
    In order to pass the BHMS (II) examination a candidate shall have to pass in all the subjects of examination with 50% marks in theory and 50% in Oral/Practical.
  • BHMS (III) examination shall be held at the end of 3 ½ year of BHMS Course. The examination will have theory, Oral/Practical and Clinical in the following subjects.
    a. Surgery (including ophthalmology & ENT)
    b. Obstetrics, Gynecology and neonatology (including disease of new born)
    c. Material Media and
    d. Organon
    In order to pass the BHMS (III) examination a candidate shall have to pass all the subjects of the examination with 50% marks in each paper (written, Oral/Practical and Clinical).
  • BHMS (IV) examination shall be held at the end of 4 ½ years of BHMS course. The examination will have theory, Oral/Practical and Clinical in the following subjects.
    a. Medicine (Including pediatrics, psychiatry & Dermatology)
    b. Material Medica
    c. Repertory
    d. Community Medicine (including family welfare & health education) and
    e. Organon of medicine
    In order to pass the BHMS (IV) examination a candidate shall have to pass all the subjects of the examination with 50% marks in each paper (written, Oral/Practical and Clinical).

Note :-

  • No candidate shall be allowed to appear in the first BHMS examination for more than time or be allowed to remote to remain on rolls of the university longer than a period covering four consecutive examinations (Regular & Supplementary)
  • 2. No candidate shall be permitted to the II, III, IV Final BHMS Examination unless he/she passed the previous examinations.
    For the candidates who have failed in I, II, III, IV, BHMS Examinations, the supplementary examination would be held 45 days after declaration of the result of Regular examinations.
  • Make above 80% in a subject will indicate distinction in the subject.