Department of Paediatrics
Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination of this University or an examination recognized by the University as its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. Further, the candidate must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
- In Government/Private Medical Colleges and Research Institutes, Private Hospitals and Clinics.
- Also eligible for the Post Graduate Courses (MD/MS/Diploma/DNB) after clearing the entrance exam.
At the end of the training the undergraduate student should have acquired the knowledge and skills related to the sub-competencies related to Pediatrics and Neonatology course including those required for systematic understanding of growth and development, nutritional needs of a child, immunization schedules and management of common diseases of infancy and childhood, overview of Social Pediatrics and counselling.
The student should have the knowledge and skills required for competencies relating to cognitive, psychomotor as well as affective domains in pediatrics and neonatology and will be examined correspondingly through formative as well as summative assessments.
The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Pediatrics is to acquire adequate knowledge and appropriate skills for optimally dealing with major health problems of children to ensure their optimal growth and development.