Academic/BUMS (Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery)

Aims and objectives

 

The aims & objectives of BUMS Degree & Curriculum

 

Although Unani Medicine originated in Greece, its development happened in the Middle East in the hands of Muslim scholars and physicians. Brought into the Indian sub-continent about a thousand years ago, unani medicine got its present form through Hamdard in Delhi followed by in Karachi and Dhaka. Rawshan Jahan Eastern Medical College has developed the present curriculum followed by the Govt. Unani & Ayurvedic Medical College under Dhaka University for the Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery in line with the developments in modern medical science and education. The objectives of opening bachelor level course in Unani Medicine (Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery; BUMS) are outlined below.

 

  1. To bring out BUMS graduates who would be able to correlate with the latest technologies and also with modern therapeutics.
  2. BUMS graduates should be able to demonstrate their professional responsibilities to the best interest of the patients exercising preventive and curative medicine and the corresponding health care.
  3. To develop the science behind Unani Medicine with modern technologies & research.
  4. To determine how Unani Medicine may adjust into current wellness and treatment strategies.
  5. To understand potential adverse effects, drug-nutrient and drug interactions and indications for commonly used Unani Medicine.
  6. To communicate effectively with patients and clients regarding Unani Medicine and answering questions about their use and there possible abuse.
  7. Understanding the ethical, legal and regulatory challenges related to Unani Medicine.
  8. Accessing essential resources for reliable information regarding botanical and nutrient products.
  9. To educate and to enable them to correlate with other health care professionals, including physicians, nurses and medical technologists.

Committee

For

The Course-Curriculum & Syllabus

 Of

BUMS Medical Students

Of

Bangladesh

SL.

No.

Name of the Members Position
1 Professor DR. Selim Md Jahangir

Dean, Faculty of Medicine.

Convener
2 Professor Dr. Mohammed Kamrul Huda

Register, University of Chittagong.

Member
3 Professor DR. Prodip Kumar Datta

Vice-Principal, Chittagong Medical College.

Member
4 Dr. Md. Shaiful Islam Bhuiyan

Principal, Rawshan Jahan Eastern Medical College (Unani)

Member
5 A. K. M. Mahfuzul Haque

Deputy Register, Faculty of Medicine.

Member

Secretary

 

Sub-committee

For

The Course-Curriculum & Syllabus

 Of

BUMS Medical Students

Of

Bangladesh

 

 

SL. No. Name of the Members Position
1 Dr. Hakim Nargish Marjhan Convener
2 Dr. Md. Shaiful Islam Bhuiyan Member secretary.
3 Dr. Md. Kamrul Hasan Member
4 Dr. Md. Saiful Islam Chuodhury Member
5 Dr. Md. Saiful Islam Khan Member

 

 

CURRICULUM

For

The Under Graduate Unani Medical Education

Of

Bangladesh

Session:  2017-2018 and onwards

(Starting From 1st Batch)

CHITTAGONG MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

Faculty of Medicine

                                              PART-I: General

Ordinances 1. The Faculty of Medicine shall comprise the following Medical College:
(i) Rawshan Jahan Eastern Medical College & Hospital (Unani), South Maguri, Dattapara, Laxmipur-3706.
(ii) Any other relevant Medical College/Institute that may hereinafter be established and recognized by the University.
2. The Degrees & Diplomas in this faculty shall be:
i) Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery (BUMS)
ii) Any Post graduate Degree/Diploma in Unani/Ayurved that may hereinafter be established and recognized by the University.
3. Each of the Medical College as specified under part-1 above shall be deemed to be department of the faculty of Medicine. The principal of each of these Colleges/Institutes shall be Head of the Discipline.
4. Each Discipline shall comprise the following branches of courses:

Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery (BUMS)-

(i) Kulliyat-e-Tibb wa Tarikh-e-Tibb (Mediconomy & History of Medicine)
(ii) Tashreeh-ul-Badan (Anatomy)
(iii) Afal-ul Aaza (Physiology)
(iv) Hiyate Kimia (Biochemistry)
(v) Illmul Advia (Pharmacology & Pharmacognosy) Part I
(vi)

(vii)

Illmul Advia (Pharmacology & Pharmacognosy) Part II

Elmul Amraj wa Elme Hiyate Khurd (Pathology & Microbiology)

(viii) Elmus Saidalah (Pharmacy)
(ix) Samaji Tibb  (Community Medicine )
(x) Tibbe Kanoon wa Elmus Sumum (Forensic Medicine & Toxicology)
(xi) Mualijat (Medicine & allied subjects) Paper I & II
(xii) Amraj-e Niswan wa Elmul Qabalat (Gynaecology  & Obstetrics)  Paper I & II
(xiii) Amraj-e Atfal (Paediatrics)
(xiv) Zarahiyat (Surgery)
(xv)

 

(xvi)

Amraj-e Ain Uzoon, Anaf wa Halak (EENT)

Mualijat (Medicine & allied subjects) III, IV & V

 

5. The University Examinations shall be held twice in each year :

In 1st week of January

In 1st week of July

 

 

6.

 

 A candidate shall not be admitted to any University examination for any of the above degrees or diplomas unless he/she has-
(a) Fulfill to the conditions as let down in ordinances and regulations of the respective degree or diploma.

 

(b) Furnished a certificate from the principal of a medical college:
(i) of good conduct.
(ii) of having fulfilled the conditions for attendance.
(iii) ofhaving satisfactorily completed all appropriate term/college examinations and session work.
(c) Paid the examination fees to the controller of examinations.
7. The Academic year would be normally from July to June each year.
8. Number of students to be admitted: The admission should be made strictlyin accordance with the student-bed ratio of 1:5 i.e., on the basis of 5 beds inthe hospital attached with the college one student should be admitted every year. The minimum number of student to be admitted in department (Unani) Medical College should be 50.
9. (a)  The following factors may be taken into consideration in determining

class workin the subject:-

(i) Regularity in Attendance

(ii) Periodical tests

(iii) Laboratory record, note book and clinical history sheets as required.

(b)  A class schedule card shall be maintained for each student for the differentexamination. The Principal shall arrange to obtain the signature of the students, teachers at the end of each course of lectures and practical instruction and sendthe cards to each Head of the Departments for final completion before thecommencement of each professional examination.

(c)  The card shall contain a statement of the student has attended not less than ¾ of the theory lectures and practical classes and not less than 75% ofclinical instructionsof which the course consists. This card shall be submittedto the examiners as required.

(d)   Internal Assessment:Regular periodic assessment shall be conducted           throughout the course. Although the question of number of tests is left to the institution, at least three tests in theory and practical each year to be held. The test preceding the university examination may be similar to the pattern of university examination. Average of the marks of the three tests for theory and practical separately shall be sent to the university. A candidate shall secure not less than 50% of marks prescribed for internal assessment in theory and not less than 50% marks prescribed in practical, separately, in each subject/paper to be eligible to appear in the university examination.

PART-II : Degree of Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery (BUMS)
Duration of

Course and Examinations

1. BUMS Course will be of 5 academic year’s duration plus 01 year Internship Training at relevant hospital and shall comprise subjects of Medical Curriculum as specified in the syllabus laid down from time to time. Duration of 5 academic years of BUMS Course has been divided into 3 phases;

1st professional     :   1 & ½ years (18 months).

2nd professional     :   2 years (24 months).

Final professional     :  1 & ½ years (18 months).

  • Compulsory Internship Training: one year (52 weeks) as designed under section 33 in this ordinance.
 

 

2. There will be 03 (three) Professional Examinations to be held in the said subjects during the BUMS course:

1st professional examination:  At the end of 1 & ½ years.

2nd professional examination     :   At the end of 3 & ½ years.

Final professional examination    :   At the end of 5 years.

 

 

3. Every professional there will be held 03 (three) or 04 (four) term examinations at the end of every 4 months & 01 college test before appearing in each of professional examination in the said subjects.

For the 1st professional       :   3 (Three) term & 01 college examination.

For the 2nd professional     :   4 (Four) term & 01 college examination.

For the final professional     :   3 (Three) term & 01 college examination.

Marks, Teaching hours, Pattern

of Questions,

& Language

4.    (a)  Total Marks &Teaching Hours : 4900 Marks & 4220 Hours  with 25 Months Hospital training.

1st  professional examination        :  1500 marks & 1760 hours

2nd  professional examination       :  1700 marks & 1510 hours with 3 months Hospital training.

Final professional examination     :   1700 marks & 950 hours with 22  months

Hospital training.

  (b) Marks allocation and pattern of questions of each professional examination

in each subject will be:

  • In case of Written/Theoretical Examination:
(i) 10% marks for formative assessment {Assignment 02%, Attitude & Performance 01%, Term/College examination 07% (Theoretical 02%, Practical/Clinical 02% & Oral 03%)} for each paper of each subject.
(ii) 20% marks for MCQ for each paper of each subject. There will be separate answer script for MCQ examination.Time allocation for MCQ is 1(one) minute for each question consisting of 5stems.Total MCQ will be 20 questions for 20 minutes.
(iii) 70% marks are allocated for SAQ (Short Answer Question) for each paper of each subject. Each of SAQ mark will not more than 10 (ten)which may consisting of 2(two) or more stems.

Distribution of 70% SAQ Marks: SAQ will be of two pattern:(1) Long SAQ i,e; SEQ (Structural Essay Question)  two out of three questions 10 marks each = 20 &(2) short SAQ ten out of eleven questions 5 marks each = 50.

  • In case of Oral, Practical/Clinical Examination:
(i)  Practical/clinical examination system & marks distribution are shown against each subject.
(ii) Oralpart of the examination will be structured orally & marks distributions are shown against each subject.
(c) Marks allocation and pattern of questions of each term examination in each subject: Same as like as professional examination mentioned above in this section (b) except formative assessment. But it will be completely depend on the decision of relevant professional examination committee & relevant examiner by which will also be conducted term examinations & college test of that professional.
(d) Marks allocation and pattern of questions of each college test in each subject: Same as professional examination mentioned above in this section (b) .Each college test will be considered as a pretest of relevant professional examination.
 

(e)

Language/instruction : Medium of language/instruction shall be English in case of teaching, learning, examination, certificate & any other purposes. Bengali medium may be used/translated if necessary. Each of MedicalCollege under its own capacity may arrange a short language course in English, Urdu&Terminology as per need of the students.
1st Professional

 

 BUMS examination

Total Marks: 1500

& Teaching hours 1760

5. The subject for the examination shall be:

(i) Kulliyat-e-Tibb wa Tarikh-e-Tibb (Mediconomy & History of Medicine)

Two Papers, Total marks 300 & teaching hours 260 (Theoretical 200, Practical 60).

(ii) Tashreeh-ul-Badan (Anatomy),Two Papers, Total marks 400 & teaching Hours 650 (Theoretical 180, Practical 470).

(iii) Afal-ul Aaza (Physiology),Two Papers, Total marks 400 & teaching Hours 380 (Theoretical 240, Practical 140).

(iv) Hiyate Kimia(Biochemistry), One Paper, Ttotal marks 200 & teaching hours 270 (Theoretical 200, Practical 70).

(v) Elmul Advia (Pharmacology & Pharmacognosy), Paper I, One Paper,

Total marks 200 & teaching hours 200 (Theoretical 100, Practical 100).

                                 6. A candidate shall be eligible to appear at the 1st professional BUMS examination if he/she has fulfilled the following conditions:
(a) Has undergone one and half years academic course in  Kulliyat-e-Tibb wa Tarikh-e-Tibb (Mediconomy & History of Medicine) Paper I & Paper II, Tasheerul Badan (Anatomy), Afal- ul Aaza (Physiology),Hiyate Kimia (Biochemistry), Ilmul Advia (Pharmacology & Pharmacognosy) Paper I in any of the relevant medical college under Chittagong University.
(b) Must pass all three terms examinations & one college test in the above mentioned subjects.
(c) Has attended not less than 75% of minimum prescribed number of lectures in theoretical & practical classes separately in all five subjects of examinations and to the satisfaction of the departmental heads and the Principal of a Medical College.
(d) Has paid the requisite amount of examination fee as decided.
7. a) Assessment in examination of Kulliyat-e-Tibb wa Tarikh-e-Tibb (Mediconomy & History of Medicine)shall consist of:
Formative assessment (Paper I+ Paper II)                                     10+10                       20
Written examination Paper I

Kulliyat-e-Tibb (Mediconomy)

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90        180
Paper II

Tarikh-e-Tibb (History of Medicine)

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Oral examination Paper I      50 100
Paper II 50
Total 300

 

7. b) Assessment in examination of Tasheerul Badan (Anatomy) shall consist of:
Formative assessment (Paper I+ Paper II)                                      10+10               20
Written examination Paper I MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90     180
Paper II MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination Hard part & Soft part :50}

:50}

             100
Oral examination

(Structured)

Soft part & Hard part :50}

:50}

             100
Total             400

 

7. c) Assessment in examination of Afal-ul Aaza (Physiology) shall consist of:
Formative assessment (Paper I+ Paper II)                                      10+10 20
Written examination Paper I MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90 180
Paper II MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination

 

OSPE 50 100
Traditional Methods 40
Practical note book 10
Oral examination (Structured) 100
Total 400
7. d) Assessment in examination of Hiyate Kimia (Biochemistry) shall consist of:
Formative assessment 10
Written examination MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination

 

OSPE 20 50
Traditional Methods 20
Practical note book 10
Oral examination (Structured) 50
Total 200

 

7. e) Assessment in examination of Elmul Advia (Pharmacology & Pharmacognosy)

Paper I shall consist of:

Formative assessment Paper I 10
Written examination Kulliyate advia wa Mufradat (Pharmaconomy& Mono-pharmacology) MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination OSPE 20 50
Spotting 10
Herbarium 10
Internal Assessment 10
Oral examination (Structured) 50
                                                                                                                            Total 200
 

8.

Theoretical/written examination shall be of 3 (three) hours duration in each paper. MCQ will be taken in first 20 minutes. Last 2 (two) hours & 40 minutes will consist of Short Answer questions (SAQ).

Oral, practical examination will be taken in two boards with four examiners(two internal two external).

9. Pass mark will be 60% in each of Theoretical, Oral &Practical examination separately in any type of examination.
10. The candidate who fails (Whether appeared or not) in the 1st professional BUMS examination shall be eligible to sit for next coming examination (January/July) on payment of the due examination fee.
A candidate who fails to pass or appear at the term/college examination or who has been detained due to non-fulfillment of any of the condition laid down in section-7 of Part-II of this ordinance and regulations will also be eligible to sit for the next coming examination provided he has passed the college test examination and has fulfilled all other conditions.
11. A candidate who is eligible for next coming examination will be required to repeat the course and attend 75% of the number of lectures in theoretical & practical classes held in the subjects between the publication of the result of the said examination and holding of the next examination in order to be eligible to re-appear at that of next examination.
12. [A candidate who will obtain minimum pass mark will be declared to have                     passed the1st professional BUMS examination.
2nd professional BUMS examination

Total Marks: 1700

& Teaching hours

1510 hours with 3 months hospital training

13. The subjects of the 2nd professional BUMS examination shall be:

(i) Elmul Advia(Pharmacology & Pharmacognosy) Paper II, One Paper, Total marks 200 & teaching hours 200 (Theoretical 100, Practical 100)

(ii) Elmus Saidalah (Pharmacy& Pharmaceutics), One Paper, total marks 200 & teaching hours 200 (Theoretical 100, Practical 100)

(iii) Elmul Amraj wa Hiyate Khurd (Pathology & Microbiology), Two Papers,total marks 400 & teaching hours 470 (Theoretical 256, Practical 214)

(iv) Samaji Tibb (Community Medicine), One Paper,Ttotal marks 300 &teaching hours 290 (Theoretical 130, Practical 160)

(v) Tibbe Kanoon wa Elmus Sumum (Forensic Medicine & Toxicology),One Paper,Ttotal marks 200 &teaching hours 150 (Theoretical 100, Practical 50)

(vi) Mualijat(Medicine & allied subjects) Paper I &II, Two Papers,total marks 400 &teaching hours 200 with Hospital training 03months (Theoretical 200, Hospital training  three months).

14. A candidate shall be eligible to appear at the 2nd profession BUMS examination if he/she has fulfilled the following conditions-
(a) Has passed the 1st professional BUMS examinations in all subjects mentioned earlier.
(b) Has undergone two years of academic course in theoretical & practical/clinical/demonstrations after passing 1st professional BUMS examination in any of the relevant medical college under Chittagong University in the subjects mentioned.
(c) Must pass all four terms examinations& one college test in the above mentioned subjects.
(d) Has attended not less than 75% of minimum prescribed number of lectures in theoretical & practical/demonstration classes separately in the subjects of examination and to the satisfaction of the departmental heads and the Principal of a relevant Medical College.
(e) Has paid the requisite amount of examination fee as decided.
15. a) Assessment in examination of  Elmus Advia (Pharmacology & Pharmacognosy) Paper II shall consist of:
Formative assessment Paper II 10
Written examination Murakkabat wa Elmus Agzia (Poly-pharmaceutics and Food & Nutrition) MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination OSPE 20 50
Spotting 10
Herbarium/ Practical note book 10
Internal Assessment 10
Oral examination (Structured) 50
Total 200

 

15. b) Assessment in examination ofElmus Saidalah (Pharmacy & Pharmaceutics) shall consist of:
Formative assessment 10
Written examination MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination

 

OSPE 20 50
Identification of drugs 20
Practical note book               10
Oral examination (Structured) 50
Total 200
15. c) Assessment in examination of Elmul Amraj wa Hiyate Khurd (Pathology & Microbiology) shall consist of:
Formative assessment (Paper I+ Paper II)                                      10+10 20
Written examination Paper-I

(Pathology)

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90 180
Paper-II

(Microbiology)

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination

 

OSPE 50 100
Traditional methods 40
Practical note book 10
Oral examination (Structured) 100
Total 400

 

15. d) Assessment in examination ofSamaji Tibb (Community Medicine) shall consist of:
Formative assessment 10
Written examination MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination 100
Oral examination (Structured) 100
Total 300
15. e) Assessment in examination of Tibbe Kanoon wa Elmus Sumum (Forensic Medicine & Toxicology) shall consist of :
Formative assessment 10
Written examination MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination 50
Oral examination (Structured) 50
Total 200
15. f) Assessment in examination of Mualijat (Medicine & allied subjects) shall consist of:
Formative assessment (Paper I+ Paper II)                                      10+10        20
Written examination Paper  I

Practice of Medicine & Clinical Diagnosis

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90 180
Paper  II

(General Medicine)

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Oral, Clinical & Practical, 4 examiners in 2 boards Oral-     100

clinical-   50

Practical- 50

       200
Board 1 : One Examiner from general medicine another examiner from Subject specialties.
Board 2 : One Examiner from general medicine another examiner from Subject specialties.
No temp. chart, slides, specimen in practical examination
Oral examination should be structured                                                                     Total                      400

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16.

Theoretical/written examination shall be of 3 (three) hours duration in each paper. MCQ will be taken in first 20 minutes. Last 2 (two) hours 40 minutes will consist of Short Answer questions (SAQ).

Oral, clinical and practical examination will be taken in two boards with four examiners (two internal two external).

Oral and practical/clinical examinations of Mualijat (medicine & allied subjects) and Elmul Amraj wa Hiyate Khurd (Pathology & Microbiology) will be held on two separate days.

Medicine, Pathology & Microbiology and Community Medicine include the different chapters and specialties including hospital practice.
17. Pass mark is 60% in each of Theoretical, Oral and Practical examination.
18. A candidate who fails in the 2nd professional BUMS examination shall pursue a further course of studies in theoretical, practical and oral in the subject or subjects in which he/she has failed. He shall attend 75% of the number of lectures in theoretical & practical  classes as may be assigned by the departmental head and the Principal of a Medical College and to his satisfaction and shall be eligible to sit for the next coming examination in the subject or subjects in which he/she has failed on payment of the examination fee.

Provided further that a candidate who fails in one or more subjects shall re-appear in the subject or subjects in which he/she has failed either with the regular batch of candidates in next coming professional examination.

19. A candidate who will obtain minimum pass marks in the subjects mentioned will be declared to have passed in the 2nd professional BUMS examination.
Final professional BUMS examination

Total Marks: 1700

& Teaching hours: 950  hours with 22  months hospital training

 

20. The subjects of the final professional BUMS examination shall be:

(i) Mualijat(Medicine & allied subjects),Paper III, IV & V, Three Papers, total marks 600 & teaching hours 300 with Hospital training 09 months (theoretical 300, Hospital training nine months).

(ii) Amraj e Niswan wa Elmul Qabalat (Gynaecology&Obstetrics ), Two Papers, total marks 400 &teaching hours 250with Hospital training 03 months (Theoretical 250, Hospital training three months).

(iii) Amraj e Atfal (Paediatrics),One Paper, total marks 200 & teaching hours 100 with Hospital training one month (Theoretical 100, Hospital training 01 month).

(iv) Zarahiyat(Surgery),One Paper,totalmarks 300 &teaching hours 150 with Hospital training six months (Theoretical 150, Hospital training 06 months).

(v) Amraj-e Ain, Uzoon, Anaf wa Halak(EENT),One Paper,total marks 200 &teaching hours 150 with  Hospital training three months (Theoretical 150, Hospital training 03 months).

21. A Candidate shall be eligible to appear at the final professional BUMS examination, if he/she has fulfilled the following conditions:
(a) Has passed the 2nd professional BUMS examinations in all subjects mentioned earlier.
(b) Has undergone three and half years of academic course in theoretical, practical/clinical/demonstration after passing 1st and 2nd professional BUMS examination in any of the relevant  college under Chittagong University in the subjects mentioned.
(c) Must pass all three terms examinations & one college test in the above mentioned subjects.
(d) Has attended not less than 75% of minimum prescribed number of lectures in theoretical & practical classes separately in the subjects of examination and to the satisfaction of the departmental heads and the principal of a medical college.

 

(e) Has paid the requisite amount of examination fee as decided.
22. Mualijat(Medicine & allied subjects),Zarahiyat (Surgery), Amraj e Niswan wa Elmul Qabalat (Gynaecology&Obstetrics), Amraj e Atfal (Paediatrics) and Amraj-e Ain wa Uzoon, Anaf, Halak(EENT) include the different chapters and specialties including hospital practice.
23. a) Assessment in examination of Mualijat (Medicine & allied subject)

Shallconsist of:

Formative assessment (Paper III+ Paper IV+Paper V)                                      10+10+10      30
Written examination Paper III :

(General Medicine)

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90 270
Paper IV :

(Rheumatology, Physical Medicine, Acupuncture, Yoga, Neurology and Internal purification & massage therapy)

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Paper V :

(Dermatology, STIs, Rejuvenation & Reproductive health.)

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Oral, Clinical & Practical, 4 examiners in 2 boards Oral-   100

Clinical-100

Practical-100

     300
Board 1 : One Examiner from general medicine another examiner from

Subject specialties.

Board 2 : One Examiner from general medicine another examiner from

Subject specialties.

No temp. chart, slides, specimen in practical examination
Oral examination should be structured                                                                          Total     600
23. b) Assessment in examination of Amraj e Niswan wa Elmul Qabalat (Gynaecology & Obstetrics),shall consist of:
Formative assessment (Paper I+ Paper II)                                      10+10                          20
Written examination Paper I

(Gynaecology)

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90        180
Paper II(Obstetrics)

 

MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Practical examination:                                OSCE/OSPE 100
Clinical examination:                                   Gynae. Case

Obs. Case

20                            40
20
Oral examination:                                         Gynae. Case

Obs. Case

30                             60
30
Oral examination should be Structured                                              Total                400                                        
23. c) Assessment in examination of Amraj e Atfal (Paediatrics) shall consist of:
Formative assessment 10
Written examination MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Oral, Practical & Clinical examination Oral-       50

clinical-   25

Practical- 25

100
No temp. chart, slides, specimen in practical examination
Oral examination should be structured                                                           Total 200

 

23. d) Assessment in examination of Zarahiyat (Surgery) shall consist of:
Formative assessment 10
Written examination MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Oral, Practical & Clinical examination Oral-       100

clinical-    50

Practical-  50

200
No temp. chart, slides, specimen in practical examination
Oral examination should be structured                                                          Total 300
[23.

 

e) Assessment in the examination of Amraj-e Ain wa Uzoon, Anaf, Halak (EENT) shall consist of:
Formative assessment                                                                                       Eye- 5

ENT-5

10
Written examination MCQ

SAQ

:20}

:70}

90
Oral, Practical & Clinical examination

 

 

Eye (Ophthalmology)

Oral-       20

clinical-   15

Practical- 15

100
ENT

 

Oral-       20

clinical-   15

Practical- 15

No temp. chart, slides, specimen in practical examination
Oral examination should be structured                                                           Total 200
 

24.

Theoretical/written examination shall be of 3 (three) hours duration in each paper. MCQ will be taken in first 20 minutes. Last 2 (two) hours & 40 minutes will consist of Short Answer Question (SAQ).

Oral, practical & clinical examination will be taken in two boards with four examiners (two internal two external).

Oral, practical & clinical examinations of Mualijat(Medicine & allied subjects and Amraj e Niswan wa Elmul Qabalat (Gynaecology&Obstetrics)will be held on two separate days.

25. Pass mark is 60% in each of Theoretical, Oral and Practical in any type of examination.
26. A candidate who fails in the final professional BUMS examination shall pursue a further course of studies in theoretical, practical and clinical in the subject or subjects in which he/she has failed. He/she shall attend 75% of the number of lectures, practical and clinical classes as may be assigned by the departmental heads and the principal of a relevant medical college and to his satisfaction and shall be eligible to sit for the next coming examination in subject or subjects in which he/she has failed on payment of the examination    fee.

Provided further that a candidate who fails in one or more subjects shall re-appear in the subject or subjects in which he/she has failed either with the regular candidates in the next coming professional examination.

27. A candidate who will obtain minimum pass marks in the subjects mentioned will be declared to have passed in the final professional BUMS examination.
Honors and

 Awards

28. A candidate who has passed the regular course in all the subjects in 1st, 2nd and Final professional BUMS examination in first attempt and score 75% marks in any particular subject or subjects shall be declared to have passed with Honors in that subject or subjects
29. Ten positions according to merit shall be declared on the basis of total marks obtained or scored by the candidate who has passed regular course in all the subjects in 1st, 2nd & final professional BUMS examination.
Examination Committee & Examiner 30. The examination committee of each professional examination shall have the power to adjust the marks obtained by a candidate at the 1st, 2nd & final professional BUMS examination under the following principles:
(a) where a candidate fails in any part or parts (Theoretical, oral or practical/clinical) of a subject by no more than 2% of the total marks allotted for the part or parts but obtains in theaggregate of that subject sufficient marks for a pass, he/she may be given such marks as will enable him/her to obtain pass mark in that part or parts; but these marks shall not be added to the aggregate.
(b) Wherea candidate fails short of minimum of the aggregate marks obtainable in any subject he/she may be given such marks as will enable him/her to obtain pass marks in the aggregate of that subject provided that he has obtained pass marks in each of the parts (Theoretical, oral, practical or clinical) of the subject.
(c) In no case with the marks of a candidate be increased beyond the minimum pass marks by such adjustment.
31. (a) Within the third month of starting a new session Principal will form an examination committee for each professional and this committee will be accredited by the academic committee and it will be send to the controller of examination through Dean, Department of medicine, University of Chittagong.
(b) In case of formation of examination committee for each professional there will be 03 internal members from Unani department of concerned medical college and 01 external member from relevant subject.

Chairman of this examination committee will be nominated from internal members. Both internal and external examiner will be from minimum medical graduate with Unani (Graduate or post graduate) relevant subjects as mentioned under these ordinances. No person other than approved teacher shall be eligible to the   examiner board (internal and external) without having 5 yearsteaching experiences in concerned subject (s).

There will be two appointed internal & external tabulator for each professional examination; internal tabulator from internal member of relevant examination committee and external tabulator from the controller of examination (CU).

 

(c) The examination committee of each professional examination shall have to be conducted the relevant Professional, Term & College Test examination as mentioned under this ordinances.

This committee shall have to be prepared a marks script for the formative assessment of said professional examination according to section 4(b) of PART-II and send it to the controller of examination just before the tabulation works would be started.

Chairman of each examination committee will scrutinize the question paper or papers getting from both internal & external examiners for finalization of that question paper or papers of said subject or subjects & send those to the controller of examination of the University of Chittagong.

(d) Payment/allowances & logistic support in connection with any   type of examination under these ordinances have to be paid by the   respective authority of University & concerned Medical College.
Internship Training

& Degree to

 be obtained

[32. (a) After passing the final professional BUMS examination a candidate is compelled to perform one year compulsory Internship Training in the relevant/said authorized hospital. One year Internship Training will be designed as: Medicine & allied subject 6 months/26 weeks, Surgery & allied subject 3 months/13 weeks, Gynae, Obs& allied subject 3 months/13 weeks according to the schedule of Rotatory Internship Programme and Logbook approved by proper authority.
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On full completion of prescribed courses of study & said internship period he/she shall be named as Unani graduate doctor. Then he/she shall be obtained the BUMS degree from the University of Chittagong on the recommendation of head of the relevant institute &hospital authority. After obtained the certificate he/she may be used the title `Dr.’ before his/her name & may be prescribed any system of medicine according to the said syllabus under this ordinances as per patient’s need.
Re-Admission 33. The re-admission for 1st professional BUMS course will be acceptable with the fresh batch within three years.

Re-Admission for Re-Examination in 1st professional BUMS examination is acceptable within two and a half years plus six months for refresher course.

34. Re-Admission for 2nd and final professional BUMS examination will be acceptable within five years.
35. University Authority holds the power to cancel the admission of the students those who are involved at the same period in another institution for any degree or any extra qualification.
37. If there is no other section of rules mentioned in this ordinances, at that case the regular rules of the University of Chittagong will be followed according to the syndicate.