All India Institute of Medical Sciences was established for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Medical Education in all its branches to so as to demonstrate a high standard of medical education. This is the only institute outside the jurisdiction of Medical Council of India to encourage experiments in the curriculum. The course leading to the degree of MBBS has been in existence since 1956. It mainly follows a disciplinary structure but AIIMS has been constantly upgrading its course content in tune with the changing needs. Many alterations have taken place during the last fifty years, which have been reflected in the present curriculum document.
The higher secondary examination or the Indian School Certificate Examination which is equivalent to 10+2 Higher Secondary Examination. If you passed higher secondary examination with physics, Chemistry, Biology then you are eligible for MBBS course. For the MBBS direct admission 2017 students must be qualifying the NEET exam. MBBS admission 2017 is going on in India through management quota in private medical colleges in India.
Goals and Objectives of Undergraduate Course of MBBS.
Diagnose and manage common health problems of the individual and the community appropriate to his/her position as a member of the health team at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Be familiar with the various National Health Programs, and the ways in which they are being implemented. Acquire basic management skills in the area of materials, financial and human resources. Practice Evidence Based Medicine, appreciating the rationale for different therapeutic modalities and be familiar with the administration of “essential drugs” and their common side effects. Demonstrate communication skills, both verbal and written to establish effective communication with the clients (patients, relatives, and general public), health team partners, and scientific community. Appreciate the psycho-social, cultural, economic, and environmental factors affecting health, and develop humane attitude towards the patients/relatives, in discharging one’s professional responsibilities. Practice medical ethics in patient care, service delivery, and research. Develop attitude for self learning and acquire necessary skills including the use of appropriate technologies, for pursuing self directed learning for a life time. Be competent to practice preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative medicine in respect to the commonly encountered health problems.
It was our mission to develop systems which could continuously assess the needs, aspirations, enhance the quality & standards of medical education and training in West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Tripura and all over India. Our aim was to standardize the output of graduate medical education in the form of an ‘Indian Medical Graduate’; a skilled and motivated basic doctor. In you are the NEET qualifier; you are eligible for MBBS admission in West Bengal.