Department of Bio-chemistry (JNMC)

Under Graduate

Dept. data last updated on :27/11/2021

COURSE.NAME :

DMLT

COURSE.SPEC :

COURSE.NOS :

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COURSE.DEGREE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.COURSE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.JP :

To become a part of Diagnostic Laboratory (Technical Staff)


COURSE.PEO :

By the end of the DMLT Final year student must be able to:


  • Discuss the maintenance of glasswares and preparation of buffers

  • Explain the acid base balance and related disorders

  • Discuss the basic concepts of enzymology and clinical importance of certain enzymes

  • Understand the metabolic reactions and their derangements in health and disease.

  • Understand and able to perform estimation of various metabolites in serum and urine.



COURSE.PO :

  • Understand the basic metabolic reactions in normal human beings and their derangements in diseased conditions.

  • Understand basic biochemical techniques and demonstrate ability to estimate different metabolites in serum and urine.


COURSE.Accr :

No

COURSE.NAME :

PDDT

COURSE.SPEC :

COURSE.NOS :

null

COURSE.DEGREE :

COURSE.COURSE :

COURSE.JP :

Part of the dialysis team in a hospital. (Technical Staff)

COURSE.PEO :

   By the end of phase I, the PDDT student must be able to:


  • Discuss structure of kidney and nephron

  • Explain the functions of kidney with special reference to hormone production and urine formation.

  • Enumerate various metabolites related to renal function in serum

  • Describe normal and abnormal constituents of urine and their clinical importance


COURSE.PO :

  • Understanding the excretory, metabolic and endocrine functions of kidney

  • Understanding of the different metabolites and hormones present in serum and  urine pertaining to kidney.


COURSE.Accr :

No

COURSE.NAME :

Diploma in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

COURSE.SPEC :

COURSE.NOS :

null

COURSE.DEGREE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.COURSE :

Refer to Admission Guide

COURSE.JP :

Private Practice

Part of Hospital Team

Academics

COURSE.PEO :

By the end of phase I, Diploma in Physiotherapy student must be able to:


  • Describe the molecular and functional organization of a cell.

  • Explain the basic biochemistry of lipid and carbohydrates

  • Discuss the basic metabolic reactions in human beings

  • Outline the general concepts of enzymology and its clinical implications

  • List the dietary source, daily requirement, functions and deficiency manifestations of vitamins

  • Explain the RDA functions and sources of calcium and phosphorus

  • Understand the basics of diet and nutrition. Explain the basics of energy requirements of an individual. Consequences of over and under-nutrition.

  • Classify hormone and discuss their functions.

  • Classify and discuss the connective tissue systems


COURSE.PO :

  • Understand the scientific basis of the life processes at the molecular level and to orient them towards the application of the knowledge acquired in solving clinical problems.

  • Understand the endocrine and connective tissue systems in human beings


COURSE.Accr :

No

COURSE.NAME :

BDS

COURSE.SPEC :

COURSE.NOS :

null

COURSE.DEGREE :

Refer to admission guide

COURSE.COURSE :

Refer to admission guide

COURSE.JP :

After completion BDS  students are eligible to sit in various competitive exams (NEET,UPSC,UPPSC etc.) . They are allowed to practice in both private n public sectors .

COURSE.PEO :

By the end of first year BDS student must be able to:

KNOWLEDGE


  • Delineate structure, function and interrelationships of biomolecules and consequences of deviation from normal.

  • Summarize the basic and clinical aspects of enzymology and regulation of enzymatic activity.

  • Describe digestion and assimilation of nutrients and consequences of malnutrition.

  • Integrate the various aspects of metabolism, and their regulatory pathways.

  • Explain the biochemical basis of inherited disorders with their associated sequelae.

  • Outline the molecular mechanisms of gene expression and regulation.

  • Identify the principles of conventional laboratory investigations; analysis and interpretation of a given data.

SKILLS
  • Perform biochemical analysis relevant to clinical screening and diagnosis.

  • Analyze and interpret investigative data.



COURSE.PO :

  • Understand the scientific basis of the life processes at the molecular level and to orient them towards the application of the knowledge acquired in solving clinical problems.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of basic metabolism reactions with its molecular basis in normal human individuals.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of derangements in the metabolic pathways and their clinical outcome in diseased individuals.

  • Demonstrate ability to choose and order appropriated diagnostic tests and interpret these tests based on scientific validity and clinical context.


COURSE.Accr :

Yes

COURSE.NAME :

MBBS

COURSE.SPEC :

COURSE.NOS :

150

COURSE.DEGREE :

Refer to admission guide

COURSE.COURSE :

Refer to admission guide

COURSE.JP :

COURSE.PEO :

By the end of MBBS phase I the student must be able to:

Understand scientific basis of the life processes at the molecular level and various metabolic activities such as digestion and assimilation of nutrients, maintenance of body fluid and pH homeostasis, principles of various convention and specialized laboratory investigations and instrumentation. He/She should have acquired competencies in the following areas.


KNOWLEDGE


  • Delineate structure, function and interrelationships of biomolecules and consequences of deviation from normal.

  • Summarize the basic and clinical aspects of enzymology and regulation of enzymatic activity.

  • Describe digestion and assimilation of nutrients and consequences of malnutrition.

  • Integrate the various aspects of metabolism, and their regulatory pathways.

  • Describe mechanisms involved in maintenance of body fluid and pH homeostatsis,

  • Explain the biochemical basis of inherited disorders with their associated sequelae.

  • Outline the molecular mechanisms of gene expression and regulation, principles of genetic engineering and their application in medicine.

  • Summarize the molecular concepts of body defence and their application in medicine.

  • Understand basic biochemical techniques.

  • Identify the principles of conventional and specialized laboratory investigations and instrumentation; analysis and interpretation of a given data; the ability to suggest experiments to support theoretical concepts and clinical diagnosis.


SKILLS


  • Use conventional techniques and instruments to perform biochemical analysis relevant to clinical screening and diagnosis.

Analyze and interpret investigative data

COURSE.PO :

To create an “Indian Medical Graduate” (IMG) possessing requisite knowlegde, skills, attitude, values and responsiveness so that she or he may function appropriately and effectively as a physician of first contact of the community while being globally relevant.


COURSE.Accr :

Yes