::Competency Based Medical Education : 2021-2022 : Master Time Table for First MBBS
CURRICULUM FOR I YEAR MBBS 2021-2022
Govt Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical college,SALEM

 


 
SUBJECT Lecture Hours (Including IA Tests) Practical Hours
(SGD, DOAP)
Total Hours Early Clinical Exposure AETCOM SELF DIRECTED LEARNING
ANATOMY 220 415 635 30 10 40
PHYSIOLOGY 192 310 502 30 10 25
BIOCHEMISTRY 113 96 263 30 10 20
COMMUNITY MEDICINE 20 27 47 - - 5
SPORTS AND EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITY     60      



 
 
DAYS 08-09 AM 09-10.30 AM 11-12 AM 12-1 PM 2-3 PM 3-4 PM
DAY 1  AN1.1 Anatomical terminology(L,DOAP) AN65.1-65.2 Epithelial histology(L,P) AN1.2,2.1-2.4 General features of bone(DOAP,L) PHY: General Introduction (L) BI11.1commonly used laboratory apparatus and equipments, good safe laboratory practice and waste disposal -(DOAP) A BatchEARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: & B Batch: General introduction to Physiology practicals (DOAP) 
DAY 2  AN76.1,76.2 Introduction to embryology(L) AN2.5,2.6 General features of Joints(L,DOAP,VI), PY 1.1 Introduction to Physiology, Cell structure & Functions(L) BI : General Introduction(L)BI 1.1 Cell (L):(HI) Intro to Haematology Microscopy (DOAP)
DAY 3  AN.66.1,66.2 ,70.1Connective tissue histology&Glands(L,P) AN3.1-3.3 General fearures of muscle(L,HI) PY 1.2 Homeostasis(L) BI 1.1Fluid Mosaic Model  (L) BI 1.1Small group discussion
DAY 4  AN77.1-77.3 Gametogenesis(L) AN4.1-4.5General features of skin(L,DOAP,VI) BI 2.1 Enzymes-Classification(L) PY 1.3 Tissues, Intercellular connections & communications(L) A & B Batch: Microscopy (DOAP)
DAY 5  AN5.1-5.8 General features of CVS(L) AN 67.1-67.3 Muscle histology(L,P) ANAT- AETCOM 1.1 EXPLORATORY SESSION PY 1.4 cell cycle and apoptosis (L- VI-Pathology) A & B Batch: Microscopy (DOAP) A & B Batch: Microscopy (DOAP)
DAY 6  AN 78.1-78.5 Second wk development(L) AN71.2 Histology of cartilage(L,P) AN 67.1-67.3 Muscle histology LAB PY 1.5 Cellular   transport(L) BI11.1commonly used laboratory apparatus and equipments, good safe laboratory practice and waste disposal - B Batch (DOAP) &EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:, A Batch: Hemocytometer (DOAP)
DAY 7  AN6.1-6.3 General features of Lymphatic system(L) AN71.1 Histology of Bone(L,P) PY- AETCOM 1.2:EXPLORATORY SESSION BI 2.1  Coenzymes, Co factors, Isoenzymes, Alloenzymes(L Hemocytometer (DOAP) Hemocytometer (DOAP)
DAY 8  AN 7.1-7.8 Nervous system introduction(L) AN 79.1-79.6 3rd to 8th wk development(L) PY 1.6 Body fluids (L): HI- Biochemistry & PY 1.7 pH & Buffers (L): HI- Biochemistry BI 2.3 Mode of action of enzymes,Basic principles of enzyme activity(L)(L) BI 2.3 basic principles of enzyme activity (L)BI2.1SDL
DAY 9  AN69.1-69.3 Histology of blood vessels(L,P) AN 80.1-80.3 Fetal membranes(Amnion,chorion,UC,placenta)(L) BI12. 3Factors influencing enzyme activity PY 1.8 Genesis of RMP(L) PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT  (DOAP)
DAY 10   AN70.2 Histlogy of Lymphatic system(L,P) AN 68.1-68.3 Histology of nervous system(L,P) AN 80.4-80.7,81.1-81.3 Twinning and prenatal diognosis(L) PY- AETCOM 1.2:EXPLORATORY SESSION PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT  (DOAP)
DAY 11  AN 9.1,13.1 Pectoral region(Muscles and fascia)(L) AN 72.1 Histology of Skin(L,P) PY 1.8 Action potential & Properties(L) BI2.5 clinical utility of various serum enzymes(L) CM
DAY 12  AN 9.2 -9.3 Mammary gland &its development(L,VI) AN8.1-8.6 Bone -Clavicle & Scapula(P) AN8.1-8.6 Bone - Humerus (L) PY  2.1 Introduction to blood (L), BI11.2  preparation of buffers and estimation of pH  B-Batch(DOAP),  A Batch: PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology BI11.2  preparation of buffers and estimation of pH  B-Batch(DOAP),  A Batch: PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology
DAY 13  AN 10.1-10.2,10.4,10.7 Axilla(boundaries &contents)(L,VI) AN 8.1-8.6 Bone - Ulna(P) PY 1.9 Functions of cellular products, its communications & its applications(Self Directed learning) BI2.6 use of enzymes in laboratory investigations (Enzyme-based PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology
DAY 14 AN 10. 3,10.5,10.6 Brachial plexus(L) AN 8.1-8.6 Bone - Radius(P) PY2.2 Plasma Proteins(L): HI- Biochemistry EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:BI2.4   enzyme inhibitors as poisons and drugs and as therapeutic enzymes(L) (PATH,GM) BIO AETCOM- 1.3 LARGE GROUP SESSION
DAY 15  AN 10.10,10.13 Deltoid & 10.9Triangles around the scapula(L) AN 10.8.10.9 Muscles around the scapula(L) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:applied aspects of mammary gland PY 2.3 Synthesis, functions of Hb, Variants and its breakdown.(L): HI- Biochemistry PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT  (DOAP) PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT  (DOAP)
DAY 16 AN 10.12 Shloulder joint(L) AN 82.1 Demonstrate respect , handling cadavers and other biologic tissue (group activity) AN8.1-8.6 Articulated hand(P) PY 2.4 Erythropoiesis, regulations & functions of RBCs(L)   Viva B Batch (DOAP), A Batch: PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology
DAY 17  AN 11.1-11.4 Front of Arm(L) DH- Pectoral region(P,SGD) PY 2.4 Erythropoiesis, regulations & functions of RBCs(L) BI2.7  lab results of enzyme activities,
utility of various enzymes as markers (SGD) (VI)(PATH,GM)
 CM
DAY 18  AN 11.1-11.4 Back of Arm(L) DH -Axilla(P,SGD,DOAP) DH- Muscles around the scapula(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY 2.5 Anemias and Jaundice (L): HI- Biochemistry & VI: PATHOLOGY Numerical Tutorial - Units, Amounts, Concentrations A-Batch (DOAP); B Batch: PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP, SGD): VI- Pathology
DAY 19  AN 13.3 Elbow joint(L)  EARLY   CLINICAL EXPOSURE   BI6.11 functions of haem in the body and   describe porphyrin metabolism.(L) (VI,HI) (PHY,GM,PATH) PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology
DAY 20  AN 11.5,6 Cubital fossa&Anastomosis around elboe joint(L) DH- Muscles around the scapula(P,SGD,DOAP) PY 2.6 WBC formation & its regulation (L) I-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT (cell & Enzymes)
DAY 21  AN 12.1-12.4 Front of forearm(L) DH- Back of Arm(P,SGD,DOAP) INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-1:VIVA PY 2.7 Platelets- Structure, functions & abnormalities(L) PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology
DAY 22  AN  12.11-12.15 Back of Forearm(L) DH -Front of Arm(P,SGD,DOAP) PY 2.8: Physiological basis of hemostasis & anti-coagulants [VI-Pathology]  PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology
DAY 23  AN 13.3 Radio ulnar joint and Wrist joint(L) DH- Cubital fossa(P,SGD,DOAP) PY 2.8: Physiological basis of hemostasis & anti-coagulants [VI-Pathology]  BI 6.1Small group Disscussion BI6.11 functions of haem in the body and   describe porphyrin metabolism.(L) (VI,HI) (PHY,GM,PATH)
DAY 24  AN-12.5-12.6 Small muscles of Hand & Movements(L) DH-Front of forearm(P,SGD,) DH-Front of forearm(DOAP) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY 2.5 Anemias and Jaundice(L) Normality, Molarity, Molality and Calculation A Batch(DOAP,SGD); B Batch: PY 2.13 Describe steps for reticulocyte and platelet count (DOAP): VI-Pathology
DAY 25  AN - 12.7-12.8 Nerves and vessels of the Hand(L,VI) DH- Back of Forearm(P,SGD,DOAP) PY 2.9 Blood groups & their clinical importance, blood banking & transfusion [VI-Pathology] BI10.3 cellular and humoral components of the immune system &
describe the types and structure of antibody (L)- (VI)(OG,GS,PATH)
PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology
DAY 26 AN-13.3-13.4 Sternoclavicular,acromioclavicular&joints of Hand(L) DH- Palm(P,SGD,DOAP) PY 2.10 Immunity: Definition, classification & types of immune cells(L) BI10.4 innate and adaptive immune responses (L)- (VI,HI) (GM,PATH,PHY) BI 2.7 Small group Discussion BI 2.7 Small group Discussion
DAY 27  AN 13.8Development of Upper limb(L) AN 13.5-13.6 Radiology of upper limb&Surface marking upper limb(SGD,DOAP) BI10.5 Describe antigens and concepts involved in vaccine development.(L)- (VI) (PATH,MICRO,PAED) PY 2.10 RES (Self Directed learning) PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology
DAY 28  AN 15.1Front of thigh (vessels&nerves)(L) DH-AN 15.1Front of thigh DH-AN 15.1Front of thigh PY 2.10 Cell Mediated Immunity(L) PY 2.11 Estimate Hb, RBC, TLC, RBC indices, DLC, Blood groups, BT/CT (DOAP): VI- Pathology
DAY 29  Internal assesment UPPER LIMB PY 2.10 Humoral immunity  (L) Normality, Molarity, Molality and Calculation BBatch(DOAP,SGD); A Batch: PY 2.13 Describe steps for reticulocyte and platelet count (DOAP): VI-Pathology
DAY 30  IA- Ul - Practical EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: PY 2.10 Immunity- applied, AIDS, hypersensitivity, Allergy  (L) BI 6.11Small group Disscussion Numerical Tutorial - Units, Amounts, Concentrations B-Batch (DOAP,SGD); A Batch: PY 2.13 Describe steps for reticulocyte and platelet count (D): VI - PATHOLOGY
DAY 31  AN15.2-15.4,20.3-20.5 Muscles of front of thigh(femoral Triangle&contents)(L) AN14.1-14.4-Hip bone(P,SGD) PY 2.13 Describe steps for reticulocyte and platelet count (DOAP): VI-Pathology BIO AETCOM1.3 SELF DIRECTED LEARNING Normality, Molarity, Molality and Calculation BBatch(DOAP,SGD); A Batch: PY 2.13 Describe steps for reticulocyte and platelet count (DOAP): VI-Pathology
DAY 32  AN 16.1-16.3 Gluteal region(L) AN 14.1-14.4 Femur(P,DOAP,VI) BI5.3  digestion and absorption of dietary proteins,laboratory results of analytes associated with metabolism of proteins.(L) - (VI) (PAED) PY3.1 Structure and functions of a neuron and neuroglia; Nerve Growth Factor & other growth factors/cytokines (HI: Anatomy) PY3.1 & PY 3.2 Structure and functions of a neuron and neuroglia; Nerve Growth Factor & other growth factors/cytokines
DAY 33 AN 16.4-16.5 Back of thigh(L) AN 14.1-14.4 Tibia(P,DOAP) AN 15.5 Adductor canal &medial compartment thigh(L) PY3.3 Degeneration and regeneration in peripheral nerves(VI- GENERAL MEDI) PY3.4 , 3.5, 3.6:  Structure of neuro-muscular junction and transmission of impulses, Neuromuscular blockers, Myasthenia gravis(VI-ANESTHE, PHARM, PATHOLOGY)
DAY 34 AN 16.6 Popliteal fossa(L) AN 14.1-14.4 Fibula(P,DOAP) PY3.7 Different types of muscle fibres and their structure(L) CM CM
DAY 35 AN 17.1-17.3 Hip joint(L) AN 14.1-14.4 Tarsal bones(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) AN 18.1-18.3  Anterolateral compartment of leg(L) PY3.3 Degeneration and regeneration in peripheral nerves(VI- GENERAL MEDI) Extra curricular activity Sports
DAY 36 AN 18.4-18.7 Knee joint(L) AN 15.1-15.5  DH-Front & medial side of thigh(L) PY3.8 Describe action potential and its properties in different muscle types: (skeletal & smooth) (L) BI5.4 disorders associated with protein metabolism.(L) - (VI) (PAED) Normality, Molarity, Molality and Calculation B Batch (DOAP); A Batch: PY11.13 Obtain history and perform general examination in the volunteer / simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 37 AN 19.1-19.4 Back of leg(L) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE  BI5.5 Interpret laboratory results of analytes associated with metabolism of proteins (L)  Pipetting of Various Solution using different types of Pipettes A Batch(DOAP) ; B Batch: PY11.13 Obtain history and perform general examination in the volunteer / simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 38 AN 19.1-19.4 Sole part I(L) AN 15.1-15.5  DH-front & medial side of thigh(L) ANAT-AETCOM 1.1PANEL DISCUSSION EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:BI5.4 disorders associated with protein metabolism.(L) PY5.12 Record blood pressure & pulse at rest and in different grades of exercise and postures in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 39 AN 19.1-19.4 Sole part II(L) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: fracture of femur   DH-Back of thigh &popliteal fossa(P,SGD,DOAP) PY3.9 Describe the molecular basis of muscle contraction in skeletal and in smooth muscles (L) PY5.12 Record blood pressure & pulse at rest and in different grades of exercise and postures in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 40 AN 19.5-19.7 Arches of foot(L) AN 16.1-16.3 DH-Gluteal region(P,DOAP) PY3.12 & PY3.13: Gradation of muscular activity &  muscular dystrophy: myopathies (VI- GEN MED + HI: ANAT) Extra curricular activity Sports
DAY 41 AN 20.1 Ankle joint(L) AN 18.1-18.3 DH-Anterolateral compartment of legv(P,DOAP,SGD) AN 19.1-19.4 DH-Back of leg(P,DOAP,SGD) PY3.14 Perform Ergography(DOAP)  Pipetting of Various Solution using different types of Pipettes B Batch (DOAP); A Batch: PY5.12 Record blood pressure & pulse at rest and in different grades of exercise and postures in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 42 AN 20.2 Tarsal joint(L) AN 19.1-19.4 DH- Sole part I(P,SGD) PY3.14 Perform Ergography(DOAP) BI5.1Describe and discuss structural organization of proteins Reactions of Carbohydrates - Glucose A Batch (DOAP); B Batch: PY5.12 Record blood pressure & pulse at rest and in different grades of exercise and postures in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 43 AN 20.10 Development of lower limb(L) AN 19.1-19.4 DH-Sole part  I&II(P,DOAP) PY3.14 Perform Ergography (DOAP) B15.2Describe and discuss functions of proteins and structure function relationship in relavant areas B16.2 Describe the major types of haemoglobin  and its derivatives found in the body B16.2 HAEMOGLOBINOPATHIES
DAY 44 AN 20.6-20.9 Radiology (VI) and surface marking of lower limb(DOAP,SGD) AN 19.1-19.4 DH- Sole part II(DOAP,SGD) ANAT-AETCOM 1.1 PANEL DISCUSSION INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-1 (GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY, BLOOD & MUSCLE): THEORY
DAY 45 AN21.3 Intro to thorax&thoracic cavity(L) AN 21.1 Bone- Sternum(P,DOAP) PY3.15 Demonstrate effect of mild, moderate and severe exercise and record changes in cardiorespiratory parameters (DOAP) SPORTS
DAY 46 AN 21.4-21.7 Intercoastel space & Contents(L) AN 21.2 Bone - Ribs(P,DOAP) AN 21.11 Mediastinum(L) PY3.15 Demonstrate effect of mild, moderate and severe exercise and record changes in cardiorespiratory parameters(DAOP) II-( CHEMISTRY & METABOLISM  OF PROTEIN, IMMUNITY & HEMOGLOBIN) Viva B Batch (DOAP); A BATCH: PY3.15 Demonstrate effect of mild, moderate and severe exercise and record changes in cardiorespiratory parameters (DOAP,SGD)  
DAY 47 AN 21.8-21.10 Joints of thorax(L) AN 21.2 Bone - Thoracic vertebra(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY3.15 Demonstrate effect of mild, moderate and severe exercise and record changes in cardiorespiratory parameters(DAOP) SDL BIO II-( CHEMISTRY & METABOLISM  OF PROTEIN, IMMUNITY & HEMOGLOBIN) Viva B Batch (DOAP); A BATCH: PY3.15 Demonstrate effect of mild, moderate and severe exercise and record changes in cardiorespiratory parameters (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 48 AN 22.1 Pericardium(L) DH - Thoracic wall(P,DOAP,SGD) PY3.15 Demonstrate effect of mild, moderate and severe exercise and record changes in cardiorespiratory parameters(DAOP) IA-II CHEMISTRY AND METABOLISM OF PROTEINS ,IMMUNITY, HAEMOGLOBIN
DAY 49 AN 22.2 External features of Heart(L,HI) DH- Pericardium(P,DOAP) II ( CHEMISTRY & METABOLISM  OF PROTEIN, IMMUNITY & HEMOGLOBIN) Viva A Batch (DOAP); B BATCH: PY3.15 Demonstrate effect of mild, moderate and severe exercise and record changes in cardiorespiratory parameters (DOAP,SGD) PY3.15 Demonstrate effect of mild, moderate and severe exercise and record changes in cardiorespiratory parameters(DAOP) PY3.16 Demonstrate Harvard Step test and describe the impact on induced physiologic parameters in a simulated environment(DAOP)
DAY 50 AN22.2 Internal features Heart(L) DH- External features of heart(P,DOAP,SGD) ANAT-AETCOM 1.1 SELF DIRECTED LEARNING PY3.16 Demonstrate Harvard Step test and describe the impact on induced physiologic parameters in a simulated environment (DAOP) PY3.16 Demonstrate Harvard Step test and describe the impact on induced physiologic parameters in a simulated environment(DAOP)
DAY 51 Internal assesment LL PY3.16 Demonstrate Harvard Step test and describe the impact on induced physiologic parameters in a simulated environment (DAOP) Reactions of Carbohydrates - Glucose B Batch (DOAP): PY4.10 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the abdomen in a normal volunteer or simulated environment A Batch (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 52 IA- LL - Practical IA- LL - Practical BI4.1 Describe and discuss main classes of lipids (L) - (VI)(GM) PY3.17 Describe Strength-duration curve (L) PY3.18 Observe with Computer assisted learning (i) amphibian nerve - muscle experiments (ii) amphibian cardiac experiments (DAOP)
DAY 53 AN 22.3-22.5 Blood supply of heart(L,VI) DH Internal features of heart(P,DOAP,SGD) DH Internal features of heart(P,SGD) PY4.1 Describe the structure and functions of digestive system (L): (HI-ANAT) Reactions of Carbohydrates - Glucose B Batch (DOAP): PY4.10 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the abdomen in a normal volunteer or simulated environment A Batch (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 54 AN 22.6-22.7 Conducting system & skeleton system of heart(L) DH -Coronary arteries(P,DOAP,SGD) PY4.2 Describe the composition, mechanism of secretion, functions, and regulation of saliva, gastric, pancreatic, intestinal juices and bile secretion (L): HI- BIOCH CM SPORTS
DAY 55 AN 24.1Pleura(L) DH -Coronary sinus(P,DOAP,SGD) ANAT-AETCOM 1.1 SELF DIRECTED LEARNING EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: BI4.2 Describe the processes involved in digestion and absorption of dietary lipids and also the key features of their metabolism (L) - (VI)(GM)
DAY 56 AN 24.2-22.5 Lungs(L,VI) DH - Pleura & Lungs(P,DOAP,SGD) PY4.2 Describe the composition, mechanism of secretion, functions, and regulation of saliva, gastric, pancreatic, intestinal juices and bile secretion (L): HI- BIOCH BI:digestion and absorption of dietary lipids (SDL) PY4.10 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the abdomen in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 57 AN 24.6 Trachea(L,HI) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:Applied aspects of lungs  PY4.2 Describe the composition, mechanism of secretion, functions, and regulation of saliva, gastric, pancreatic, intestinal juices and bile secretion (L): HI- BIOCH BI4.3 Explain the regulation of lipoprotein metabolism & associated disorders. (L) - (VI) (GM) BI4.3 Explain the regulation of lipoprotein metabolism & associated disorders. (L) - (VI) (GM)
DAY 58 AN 25.1 Histology of trachea&lungs(L) DH- Lungs(P,SGD) BI4.4 Describe the structure and functions of lipoproteins, their functions,
interrelations & relations with atherosclerosis (L) - (VI)(GM)
PY4.2 Describe the composition, mechanism of secretion, functions, and regulation of saliva, gastric, pancreatic, intestinal juices and bile secretion (Self Directed learning) PY4.10 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the abdomen in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 59 AN 25.2 Development of pleura & Lung(L) AN 23.1 Oesophagus(L,VI) Histology of trachea&lungs(P) PY4.2 Describe the composition, mechanism of secretion, functions, and regulation of saliva, gastric, pancreatic, intestinal juices and bile secretion (L): HI- BIOCH PY4.10 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the abdomen in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 60 AN 23.2,3 ,23.7Thoracic duct & Azygos system(L) DH- trachea,thoracic duct, azygos system(P,DOAP,SGD) PY4.3 Describe GIT movements, regulation and functions. (L) CM
DAY 61 AN 23.3,4 SVC, Arch of Aorta&Descending Aorta(L) DH- SVC,Arch of aorta,descending aorta(P,DOAP,SGD)  Development of heart(L,VI) PY4.3 Describe GIT movements, regulation and functions. (L) BI 4.3Small group Discussion
DAY 62 AN 25.9 Surface marking(SGD,DOAP) AN 25.7,8 Radiology(SGD,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY4.3 Describe GIT movements, regulation and functions. Describe defecation reflex. Explain role of dietary fibre. (L)  BI4.5 Interpret laboratory results of analytes associated with metabolism of lipids (L) - (VI)(GM) PY4.10 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the abdomen in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 63 Development of heart(L) AN 26.1,2,Norma frontalis&verticalis(P,DOAP) PY4.3 Describe GIT movements, regulation and functions. Describe defecation reflex. Explain role of dietary fibre. (L)  BI4.6 Describe the therapeutic uses of prostaglandins and inhibitors of eicosanoid synthesis (L) - (VI)(GM) BI4.7 Interpret laboratory results of analytes associated with metabolism of
lipids (L) - (VI)(GM)
DAY 64 AN 26.2,Norma occipitalis&lataralis(P,DOAP) AN 26.2 Norma basalis(P,DOAP) BI4.7 Interpret laboratory results of analytes associated with metabolism of
lipids (L) - (VI)(GM)
PY4.4 Describe the physiology of digestion and absorption of nutrients (Self Directed learning): HI- BIOCHEM PY5.14 Observe cardiovascular autonomic function tests in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 65 AN 25.6 Development of venous system(L) AN26.2 Norma basalis(P,DOAP) AN 25.3-25.6 Development of aortic arches& Fetal circulation(L) PY4.4 Describe the physiology of digestion and absorption of nutrients (Self Directed learning): HI- BIOCHEM R PY5.14 Observe cardiovascular autonomic function tests in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 66 AN 27.1,2 Scalp(L,VI) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: applied aspects of scalp  AN 28.2-28.8 Boold supply,Nerve supply ,Lymphatic drainage of face(L,VI) PY4.5 Describe the source of GIT hormones, their regulation and functions (L) Reactions of Carbohydrates - Lactose  A Batch (DOAP); b Batch: 
DAY 67 AN 28.1 Facial muscels&nerve supply(L) AN 26.3 Cranial cavity(L,VI) PY4.5 Describe the source of GIT hormones, their regulation and functions (L) BI6.14 Describe the tests that are commonly done in clinical practice to assess
the functions of these organs (kidney, liver, thyroid and adrenal glands). (L) - (VI,HI)(ANA,PHY,GM,PATH)
 PY5.14 Observe cardiovascular autonomic function tests in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 68 AN 28.9,10 Parotid region(L) AN 26.4 Mandible(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY4.6 Describe the Gut-Brain Axis (Self Directed learning) BI3.1 Discuss and differentiate monosaccharides, di-saccharides and
polysaccharides giving examples of main carbohydrates as energy fuel,
structural element and storage in the human body (L)
BI6.13 Describe the functions of the kidney, liver, thyroid and adrenal glands (L) - (VI,HI)(ANA,PHY,GM,PATH)
DAY 69 AN 35.1,35.10 deep cervical fascia(L) DH Scalp(P,SGD) BI6.15 Describe the abnormalities of kidney, liver, thyroid and adrenal glands (L) - (VI,HI) (ANA,PHY,GM,PATH) PY4.7 Describe & discuss the structure and functions of liver and gall bladder (L):HI-BIOCHEM PY5.14 Observe cardiovascular autonomic function tests in a volunteer or simulated environment(DOAP)
DAY 70 AN 29.1-29.4 Posterior triangle(L) DH Scalp(P,DOAP) DH Face(P,SGD) PY4.7 Describe & discuss the structure and functions of liver and gall bladder (L):HI-BIOCHEM PY5.14 Observe cardiovascular autonomic function tests in a volunteer or simulated environment(DOAP)
DAY 71 AN 32.1,2 Anterior triangle(L) DH Face(P,DOAP) DH Face(P,DOAP) PY4.8 Describe & discuss gastric function tests, pancreatic exocrine function tests & liver function tests (Self Directed learning): HI-BIOCHEM Reactions of Carbohydrates - Lactose  A Batch (DOAP); b Batch: 
DAY 72 AN 34.1,2 Submandibular region(L) AN 33.1,2 temporal ,infra temporal region & Muscles of mastication(L) PY4.9 Discuss the physiology aspects of: peptic ulcer, gastrooesophageal reflux disease, vomiting, diarrhoea, constipation, Adynamic ileus, Hirschsprung's disease (Self Directed learning):VI-GEN MED,HI- BIOCHEM BIO-AETCOM 1.3 INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION & PY5.14 Observe cardiovascular autonomic function tests in a volunteer or simulated environment: B Batch
DAY 73 AN 33.3,-5 Tempora-mandibular joint(L,) DH Parotid region(P,DOAP) PY5.1 Describe the functional anatomy of heart including chambers, sounds; and Pacemaker tissue and conducting system (L):HI-ANAT III-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(LIPID- CHEMISTRY & METABOLISM) & FUNCTION TESTS
DAY 74 AN 35.2 , 35.8 Thyroid & Parathyroid gland(L,VI) DH Posterior triangle(P,SGD) VIVA -BIOCHEM PY5.1 Describe the functional anatomy of heart including chambers, sounds; and Pacemaker tissue and conducting system (L):HI-ANAT PY5.12 Record blood pressure & pulse at rest and in different grades of exercise and postures in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 75 AN 35.4 IJV & Caroid artery(L) DH Anterior triangle(P,SGD) PY5.1 Describe the functional anatomy of heart including chambers, sounds; and Pacemaker tissue and conducting system (L):HI-ANAT CM CM
DAY 76 AN 35.3,35.9 Subclavian artery &its branches,subclavian vein(L) DH Anterior triangle(P,SGD) DH--Submandibular gland(P,DOAP,SGD) PY5.2 Describe the properties of cardiac muscle including its morphology, electrical, mechanical and metabolic functions (L) A Reactions of Carbohydrates - Lactose  B Batch (DOAP)
DAY 77 AN 35.5 Lymphatic drainage of Head&Neck(L) DH -Infratemporal fossa(P,DOAP,SGD) PY5.3 Discuss the events occurring during the cardiac cycle (L)   Small group Discussion A Batch: PY5.12 Record blood pressure & pulse at rest and in different grades of exercise and postures in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & 
DAY 78 Internal Assesment III--Thorax BI3.2,3.3 Describe the processes involved in digestion and assimilation ofcarbohydrates and storage  &   Describe and discuss the digestion and assimilation of carbohydrates
from food. (L)
BI3.4 Define and differentiate the pathways of carbohydrate metabolism,
( glycogen metabolism ). (L):(VI)
DAY 79 IA- Thorax practicals BI3.4 Define and differentiate the pathways of carbohydrate metabolism (glycolysis ) (L)(GM)   EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: BI 3.5 Small group Discussion -Discuss the regulation, functions and integration of carbohydrate along with associated diseases/disorders.
DAY 80 AN 35.6 Cervical sympathetic chain(L) DH--thyroid gland(P,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:clinical aspects of heart PY5.2 Describe the properties of cardiac muscle including its morphology, electrical, mechanical and metabolic functions (L) PY5.12 Record blood pressure & pulse at rest and in different grades of exercise and postures in a volunteer or simulated environment(DOAP)
DAY 81 AN 42.1-42.3 Suboccipital triangle & Back muscles(L) DH-subclavian artery(P,DOAP) PY5.3 Discuss the events occurring during the cardiac cycle (L)  PY5;.4 Describe generation ,conduction  of cardiac impulse (L) PY AETCOM-1.2- HOSPITAL VISIT CM
DAY 82 AN 43.4 Development of Branchial apparatus(L) AN 30.1-30.5 dural folds & pituitary gland(L) DH suboccipital triangle(P,DOAP,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE::PY5.5 Describe the physiology of electrocardiogram (E.C.G), its applications and the cardiac axis (DOAP): VI-GEN MED A Batch: PY5.13 Record and interpret normal ECG in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & Reactions of Carbohydrates - Sucrose  B Batch (DOAP):VI-GEN MED
DAY 83 AN 30.1-30.5 Dural venous sinuses(L) DH Dural folds(P,DOAP,SGD) PY5.6 Describe abnormal ECG, arrythmias, heart block and myocardial Infarction (L): VI-GEN MED, HI-ANAT BI3.4 Define and differentiate the pathways of carbohydrate metabolism-HMP shunt (L) B Batch: PY5.13 Record and interpret normal ECG in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)& Reactions of Carbohydrates - Starch A Batch (DOAP):VI - GEN MED
DAY 84 AN 31.4 Lacrimal apparatus(L,VI) DH dural folds(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY5.7 Describe and discuss haemodynamics of circulatory system (Self Directed learning) BI3.6 Describe and discuss the concept of TCA cycle as a amphibolic pathway and its regulation (L) BI3.7 Describe the common poisons that inhibit crucial enzymes of
carbohydrate metabolism (eg; fluoride, arsenate) (L):(HI) (PHY)
small group discussion- BI3.8 Discuss and interpret laboratory results of analytes associated with metabolism of carbohydrates (PATH,GM)
DAY 85 AN 31.1 Orbit  & extra occular muscles(L) DH revision of osteology of Head & neck specimens(SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:applied aspects of parotid INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-2: GIT & CVS PART-1 THEORY
DAY 86 AN 31.2-5 Vessels and nerves of Orbit(L) ANAT-AETCOM 1.1 HOSPITAL VISIT  PRACTICAL INTERNAL ASSESMENT - HAEMATOLOGY
DAY 87 AN 43.4 Development of face & palate(L) DH occular muscles(P,DOAP) PY5.9 Describe the factors affecting heart rate, regulation of cardiac output & blood pressure (L) CM CM
DAY 88 AN 41.1-41.3 Eye ball(L,VI) DH eye ball(P,DOAP) ANAT-AETCOM 1.1 DISCUSSION AND CLOSURE OF CASE  INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-2: GIT & CVS PART-1 VIVA  Reactions of Carbohydrates - Starch A Batch (DOAP):VI - GEN MED
DAY 89 AN 43.1 atlanto-occipital &atlanto axian joints(L) AN 43.2 histology of salivary glands(L) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:clinical anatomy of thyroid BI3.9,3.10 Discuss the mechanism and significance of blood glucose regulation in health and disease (L):(VI)(GM) PY5.12 Record blood pressure & pulse at rest and in different grades of exercise and postures in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 90 AN 43.2,43.3 histology of cornea and retina,optic nerve(L) Histology lab (P) PY5.9 Describe the factors affecting heart rate, regulation of cardiac output & blood pressure (L) BI3.9,3.10 Discuss the mechanism and significance of blood glucose regulation in health and disease (L):(VI)(GM) A Batch: PY5.15 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the cardiovascular system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD )& Reactions of Carbohydrates - Starch  B Batch (DOAP)
DAY 91 AN 36.1,39.1-39.2 Oral cavity& tongue(L) Histology lab (P) BI7.1 Describe the structure and functions of DNA and RNA and outline the cell
cycle (L)
PY5.9 Describe the factors affecting heart rate, regulation of cardiac output & blood pressure (L) B Batch: PY5.15 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the cardiovascular system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)& Reactions of Carbohydrates - Starch  A Batch (DOAP)
DAY 92 AN 36.1 Soft & Hard palate(L,VI) DH -- tongue(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) DH -Hard palate(P,DOAP,SGD) PY5.9 Describe the factors affecting heart rate, regulation of cardiac output & blood pressure (Self Directed learning) PY5.15 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the cardiovascular system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 93 AN 36.2-36.5 Pharynx(L) DH -Soft palate(P,DOAP,SGD) DH -pharynx(P,DOAP) PY5.10 Describe & discuss regional circulation including microcirculation, lymphatic circulation, coronary, cerebral, capillary, skin, foetal, pulmonary and splanchnic circulation (L):VI-GEN MED PY5.15 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the cardiovascular system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 94 AN 36.1palatine tonsi(L)l DH -pharynx(P,SGD) PY5.10 Describe & discuss regional circulation including microcirculation, lymphatic circulation, coronary, cerebral, capillary, skin, foetal, pulmonary and splanchnic circulation (L):VI-GEN MED BI7.2 Describe the processes involved in 
transcription  mechanisms (L)
PY5.15 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the cardiovascular system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 95 AN 37,1 Nasal cavity& Nasal septum(L,VI)   DH -- Tonsil(P,DOAP,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY5.10 Describe & discuss regional circulation including microcirculation, lymphatic circulation, coronary, cerebral, capillary, skin, foetal, pulmonary and splanchnic circulation (L):VI-GEN MED EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY5.11 Describe the patho-physiology of shock, syncope and heart failure (L) BI7.1 Describe the structure and functions of DNA and RNA and outline the cell
cycle (L)
DAY 96 AN 37.2-37.3 Paranasal sinuses(L,VI) DH Nasal cavity(P,DOAP,SGD) BI7.2 Describe the processes involved in replication & repair of DNA (L) CM 3.2 (Lecture) CM 3.2 ( Practicals )
DAY 97 AN 38.1-3 Cartilage and muscles of larynx(L) DH -Nasal Septum(P,DOAP,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:clinical anatomy of nose and Paranasal sinuses PY5.11 Describe the patho-physiology of shock, syncope and heart failure (L) A Batch: PY5.15 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the cardiovascular system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD )&Reactions of Proteins - Casein B Batch (DOAP)
DAY 98 AN 38.1-3 Interior of larynx(L) Histo lab(P) PY5.11 Describe the patho-physiology of shock, syncope and heart failure (L) CM CM
DAY 99 AN 43.2-Histology of thyroid&pituitary gland(L) AN 43.4 Development of thyroid & pituitary gland & tongue DH --Cartilage and muscles of larynx(P,DOAP,SGD) PY5.11 Describe the patho-physiology of shock, syncope and heart failure (L) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:BI7.4 Describe applications of molecular technologies like recombinant DNA
technology in th e diagnosis and treatment of diseases with genetic
basis(L) - (VI) (GM,PAED)
DAY 100 AN 43.4 development of Eye(L) DH Interior of larynx(P,SGD) PY6.1 Describe the functional anatomy of respiratory tract (L) BI7.3 Describe gene mutations and basic mechanism of regulation of gene expression (L). - (VI) (PAED) PY5.16 Record Arterial pulse tracing using finger plethysmography in a volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 101 AN 40.1,4 External ear(L) Early clinical exposure PY6.2 Describe the mechanics of normal respiration, pressure changes during ventilation, lung volume and capacities, alveolar surface tension, compliance, airway resistance, ventilation, V/P ratio, diffusion capacity of lungs (L) BI7.4 Describe applications of molecular technologies like  PCR in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases with genetic
basis. (L)
DAY 102 AN 40.2,4,5 Middle ear(L,VI) DH Interior of larynx(P,DOAP) BI7.3 Describe gene mutations and basic mechanism of regulation of gene expression (L). - (VI) (PAED) PY6.2 Describe the mechanics of normal respiration, pressure changes during ventilation, lung volume and capacities, alveolar surface tension, compliance, airway resistance, ventilation, V/P ratio, diffusion capacity of lungs (L) PY6.9 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 103 AN 40.4 Inner ear(L) DH- Middle ear(P,DOAP,SGD) DH -Inner ear(P,DOAP,SGD) PY6.2 Describe the mechanics of normal respiration, pressure changes during ventilation, lung volume and capacities, alveolar surface tension, compliance, airway resistance, ventilation, V/P ratio, diffusion capacity of lungs (L) PY6.9 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 104 AN 43.7,8,9 Radiology Histo lab(P) PY6.2 Describe the mechanics of normal respiration, pressure changes during ventilation, lung volume and capacities, alveolar surface tension, compliance, airway resistance, ventilation, V/P ratio, diffusion capacity of lungs (L) BIO-AETCOM 1.3 INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION CM
DAY 105 AN 44.1 Intro to Abdomen & Planes of Abdomen(L) AN43.5-6 Surface marking(P,DOAP) feedback session IV-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(CARBOHYDRATE- CHEMISTRY & METABOLISM)
DAY 106 AN 50.1Lumbar vertebra(P,DOAP) DH - Planes of Abdomen(P,DOAP,SGD) PY6.3 Describe and discuss the transport of respiratory gases: Oxygen and Carbon dioxide (L) VIVA BIOCHEM PY6.9 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 107 AN 44.2,44.6 Anterior Abdominal wall(L,VI) DH Sacrum(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY6.3 Describe and discuss the transport of respiratory gases: Oxygen and Carbon dioxide (L) VIVA BIOCHEM SDL BIOCHEM
DAY 108 AN 44.3 Rectus sheath & contents(L) DH  Anterior Abdominal wall(P,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY6.5 Describe and discuss the principles of artificial respiration, oxygen therapy, acclimatization and decompression sickness. (L) SGD PHYSIOLOGY PY6.9 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 109 AN 44.4,5 Inguinal canal(L,VI) DH-Inguinal canal(P,DOAP,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:DH Abdominal incisions(P,DOAP) EARLY  CLINICAL EXPOSURE: PY6.6 Describe and discuss the pathophysiology of dyspnoea, hypoxia, cyanosis asphyxia; drowning, periodic breathing (L) A Batch: PY6.9 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)&
DAY 110 AN 44.7 Abdominal incisions(L) Histo lab(P) PY6.7 Describe and discuss lung function tests & their clinical significance (DOAP) CM CM
DAY 111 Internal assesment IV Head&Neck PY6.4 Describe and discuss the physiology of high altitude and deep sea diving (Self Directed learning) BI10.2 Describe various biochemical tumor markers and the biochemical basis of
cancer therapy. (L) - (VI)(OG,GS,PATH)
DAY 112 IA-  practicals  Head&Neck PY6.4 Describe and discuss the physiology of high altitude and deep sea diving (Self Directed learning) BI6.5 Describe the biochemical role of vitamins in the body and explain the
manifestations of their deficiency - VITAMIN A (L)
PY6.9 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP)
DAY 113 AN 45.1 Thoraco lumbar fascia(L) DH Thoracolumbar fascia(P,DOAP,SGD) BI6.5 Describe the biochemical role of vitamins in the body and explain the
manifestations of their deficiency - VITAMIN A (L)
PY6.8 Demonstrate the correct technique to perform & interpret Spirometry (DOAP):VI- RESP MED BI6.5 Describe the biochemical role of vitamins in the body and explain the
manifestations of their deficiency - VITAMIN A (L)
DAY 114 AN 45.2,47.12 Lumbar plexus(L) DH Lumbar plexus(P,SGD) PY6.8 Demonstrate the correct technique to perform & interpret Spirometry (DOAP):VI- RESP MED A Batch: PY6.9 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)& Reactions of Proteins - Gelatin B Batch (DOAP)
DAY 115 AN 45.3 Posterior Abdominal wall muscles(L) DH Posterior Abdominal wall(P,DOAP,SGD) DH Lumbar plexus(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY6.10 Demonstrate the correct technique to perform measurement of peak expiratory flow rate in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP) B Batch: PY6.9 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment(DOAP,SGD) & Reactions of Proteins - Gelatin A Batch (DOAP)
DAY 116 AN 46.1-5,48.5 Male external genitalia(L,VI) AN 47.1,3 Peritonium part I(L) DH male external genitalia(P,DOAP) PY6.10 Demonstrate the correct technique to perform measurement of peak expiratory flow rate in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP) A Batch: PY6.9 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the respiratory system in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)& Reactions of Proteins - Gelatin B Batch (DOAP)
DAY 117 DH -Peritonium part I(SELF DIRECTED LEARNING DH -Peritonium part I(P,DOAP,SGD) PY6.10 Demonstrate the correct technique to perform measurement of peak expiratory flow rate in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP) INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-3CVS PART 2 & RS: THEORY
DAY 118 AN 47.2,4 Peritoneum Part II(L) DH -Peritonium part II(P,DOAP,SGD) PY7.1 Describe structure and function of kidney (L)   BI6.5 Describe the biochemical role of vitamins in the body and explain the manifestations of their deficiency- VITAMIN B COMPLEX (SGD)
DAY 119 AN 47.5,6 Stomach(L) DH Stomach(P,SGD) BI6.5 Describe the biochemical role of vitamins in the body and explain the manifestations of their deficiency- SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION PY7.2 Describe the structure and functions of juxta glomerular apparatus and role of renin-angiotensin system (L) INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-3CVS PART 2 & RS: VIVA
DAY 120 AN 47.6 Spleen(L) DH Spleen(P,DOAP,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:applied aspects male external genitalia PY7.3 Describe the mechanism of urine formation involving processes of filtration, tubular reabsorption & secretion; concentration and diluting mechanism (L) A batch: PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & Reactions of Proteins - Peptone B Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 121 AN 47.6 Liver-External &internal features(L) DH Liver-External &internal features(P,DOAP,SGD) PY7.3 Describe the mechanism of urine formation involving processes of filtration, tubular reabsorption & secretion; concentration and diluting mechanism (L) CM CM
DAY 122 AN 47.6 Ligaments of liver & Applied Anatomy(L,VI) DH ligaments of liver(P,DOAP) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:CLINICAL ANATOMY of liver PY7.3 Describe the mechanism of urine formation involving processes of filtration, tubular reabsorption & secretion; concentration and diluting mechanism (L) B batch: PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & BI11.3 chemical components of normal urine A Batch (DOAP): HI-ANAT
DAY 123 AN 47..5 Duodenum(L) DH Duodenum(P,SGD) PY7.3 Describe the mechanism of urine formation involving processes of filtration, tubular reabsorption & secretion; concentration and diluting mechanism (L) BI6.6 Describe the biochemical processes involved in generation of energy in cells. (L) PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 124 AN Pancreas(L) DH Pancreas(P,DOAP,SGD) BI6.6 Describe the biochemical processes involved in generation of energy in cells-SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION PY7.4 & PY 7.8 :Describe & discuss the significance & implication of Renal clearance, Describe & discuss Renal Function Tests (L):HI-BIO CHEM PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 125 AN 47.9 Coeliac axis(L) DH Coeliac axis(P,DOAP,SGD) DH Coeliac axis(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY7.5 Describe the renal regulation of fluid and electrolytes & acid-base balance (L) PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 126 AN 47.5 Jejunum,Ileum(L) DH jejunum& Ileum(P,DOAP,SGD) PY AETCOM 1.2 SELF DIRECTED LEARNING CM SPORTS
DAY 127 AN 47.7 Extrahepatic biliary apparatus(L) DH Extrahepatic biliary apparatus(P,DOAP,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY7.7 Describe artificial kidney, dialysis and renal transplantation (L): VI-GEN MED PY7.6 Describe the innervations of urinary bladder, physiology of micturition and its abnormalities (Self Directed learning),PY7.9 Describe cystometry and discuss the normal cystometrogram (L) BI11.4  urine analysis to estimate and determine normal and abnormal constituents A Batch (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment B Batch (DOAP,SGD):HI-ANAT- (VI,HI)(GM,PHY)
DAY 128 AN 47.5 Caecum & appendix(L) DH  Caecum & appendix(P,DOAP,SGD) SGD PHYSIO EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:BI6.9 Describe the functions of various minerals in the body, their metabolism
and homeostasis. (L) - (VI,HI) (PHY,GM)
DAY 129 AN 47.5 Colon(L) DH Colon(P,SGD) PY8.1 Describe the physiology of bone and calcium metabolism (L) BI6.7 Describe the processes involved in maintenance of normal pH, water &
electrolyte balance of body fluids and the derangements associated with
these. (L) - (VI,HI) (PHY,GM)
BI6.8 Discuss and interpret results of Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) analysis in various disorders. (L) - (VI) (GM)
DAY 130 AN 47.5 Rectum(L) DH  Rectum(P,DOAP,SGD) BI6.8 Discuss and interpret results of Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) analysis in various disorders. (L) - (VI) (GM) PY8.1 Describe the physiology of bone and calcium metabolism (Self Directed learning) PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 131 AN 47.5 ,48.5 Analcanal(L) DH  Analcanal(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:applied aspects of liver PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (L) Extra curricular activity feedback session
DAY 132 AN 47.5 suprarenal gland(L) DH 47.9 Superior mescenteric vessels(P,DOAP,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:clinical anatomy of rectum and anal canal(P,DOAP) PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (L) VI-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(ETC, MINERALS & VITAMINS) Viva B Batch (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment- A Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 133 AN 47.9 Superior mescenteric vessels(L) DH 47.9 Superior mescenteric vessels(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (L) BI6.10 Enumerate and describe the disorders associated with mineral metabolism. (L) - (VI) VI-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(ETC, MINERALS & VITAMINS) Viva A Batch (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment- B Batch (DOAP)
DAY 134 AN 47.9 Inferior  mescenteric vessels &Comman iliac artery(L) DH 47.9 Inferior mescenteric vessels(P,DOAP,SGD) PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (L) VI-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(ETC, MINERALS & VITAMINS)
DAY 135 AN 47.5 Kidneys(L) DH- Kidneys(P,SGD) BI6.9 Describe the functions of various minerals in the body, their metabolism
and homeostasis-SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
SGD PHYSIOLOGY PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (L)
DAY 136 AN 47.5 Ureters (L) DH- Kidneys(P,DOAP) DH ureter(P,DOAP,SGD) PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (L) PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (L)
DAY 137 AN 47.8,10,11 Portal vein(L) DH Portal vein(P,SGD) PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (L) CM 3.8(Lecture) CM 3.8 ( Self Directed Learning) Sports
DAY 138 AN 47.8 IVC& Renal vein(L) DH IVC& Renal vein(P,DOAP,SGD) DH IVC& Renal vein(P,DOAP,SGD) PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (L) BI7.5 Describe the role of xenobiotics in disease (L)
DAY 139 AN 47.13,14Phrenic nerve(L) DH Phrenic nerve(P,DOAP,SGD) PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (Self Directed learning) BI7.6 Describe the anti-oxidant defence systems in the body. (L) BI11.5  screening of urine for inborn errors & describe the use of paper chromatography A Batch (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment B Batch (DOAP,SGD):HI-ANAT- (VI)
DAY 140 AN 47.13,14 Diaphragm(L,VI) DH Diaphargm(P,DOAP,SGD) PY8.2 Describe the synthesis, secretion, transport, physiological actions, regulation and effect of altered (hypo and hyper) secretion of pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, adrenal gland, pancreas and hypothalamus (Self Directed learning) BI7.7 Describe the role of oxidative stress in the pathogenesis of conditions
such as cancer, complications of diabetes mellitus and atherosclerosis. (L) - (VI) (GM,PATH)
BI10.1 Describe the cancer initiation, promotion oncogenes & oncogene
activation. Also focus on p53 & apoptosis (L)- (VI)(OG,GS,PATH)
BI 7.6Small group discussion
DAY 141 AN 52.4 Develpoment of Anterior abdominal wall(L) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:clinical anatomy of stomach BI10.2 Describe various biochemical tumor markers and the biochemical basis of cancer therapy. (L)- (VI) PY8.3 Describe the physiology of Thymus & Pineal Gland (Self Directed learning) PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 142 AN 52.5 development of Diaphargm(L) DH Embryology Charts(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) DH revision of Abdominal organs(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY8.4 Describe function tests: Thyroid gland; Adrenal cortex, Adrenal medulla and pancreas (Self Directed learning): HI-BIO CHEM PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 143 AN 52.1 Histology of oesophagus & Stomach(L) Histology lab (P) Histology lab (P) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY8.5 Describe the metabolic and endocrine consequences of obesity & metabolic syndrome, Stress response. Outline the psychiatry component pertaining to metabolic syndrome. (L) BI11.5  screening of urine for inborn errors & describe the use of paper chromatography B Batch (DOAP)& PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment A Batch (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 144 AN 52.1 Histology of Duodenum,jejunum,ilium(L) Histology lab (P) PY9.1 Describe and discuss sex determination; sex differentiation and their abnormities and outline psychiatry and practical implication of sex determination. (L) BI8.1 Discuss the importance of various dietary components and explain
importance of dietary fibre. (L) - (VI)(GM,PAED,PATH)
BI11.6  principles of colorimetry A Batch (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment B Batch (DOAP,SGD)
DAY 145 AN 52.6 Development of   Foregut part I(L) DH embryology charts(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY9.1 Describe and discuss sex determination; sex differentiation and their abnormities and outline psychiatry and practical implication of sex determination. (L) BI8.2 Describe the types and causes of protein energy malnutrition and its
effects. (L) - (VI) (GM,PAED,PATH)
BI8.3 Provide dietary advice for optimal health in childhood and adult, in disease
conditions like diabetes mellitus, coronary artery disease and in
pregnancy. (L) - (VI)(GM)
BI 10.2Small group discussion
DAY 146 AN 52.6 Development of   Foregut part II(L) AN 54.1 Radiology(P,DOAP) BI8.4 Describe the causes (including dietary habits), effects and health risks
associated with being overweight/ obesity (L).- (VI)(GM,PATH)
PY9.2 Describe and discuss puberty: onset, progression, stages; early and delayed puberty and outline adolescent clinical and psychological association. (L) PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 147 AN 52.1 Histology of Large intestine & Appendix(L) DH histology Lab(P) PY9.3 Describe male reproductive system: functions of testis and control of spermatogenesis & factors modifying it and outline its association with psychiatric illness (L) CM SPORTS
DAY 148 AN 52.6 Development of midgut(L) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:midgut anomalies AN 55.1,2 Surface marking(P,DOAP) CM 4.1 (Lecture) PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT  
DAY 149 AN 52.1 Histology of Liver,GB (L) Histology lab (P) PY9.4 Describe female reproductive system: (a) functions of ovary and its control; (b) menstrual cycle - hormonal, uterine and ovarian changes (L) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE::PY9.4 Describe female reproductive system: (a) functions of ovary and its control; (b) menstrual cycle - hormonal, uterine and ovarian changes (L) A Batch: PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & VII-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(NUTRITION, CANCER, TUMOUR MARKER, XENOBIOTICS) Viva B Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 150 AN 52.6 Development of Hindgut(L) ANAT-AETCOM 1.4 LARGE GROUP SESSION SGD PHYSIO BI8.5 Summarize the nutritional importance of commonly used items of food
including fruits and vegetables.(macro-molecules & its importance) (L) - (VI) (GM,PAED,CM)
B Batch: PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & VII-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(NUTRITION, CANCER, TUMOUR MARKER, XENOBIOTICS) Viva B Batch (DOAP) :HI-ANAT
DAY 151 AN 52.1 Histology of Pancreas and suprarenal gland(L) Histology lab (P) BI8.5 Summarize the nutritional importance of commonly used items of food
including fruits and vegetables.(macro-molecules & its importance) (L) - (VI) (GM,PAED,CM)
PY9.4 Describe female reproductive system: (a) functions of ovary and its control; (b) menstrual cycle - hormonal, uterine and ovarian changes (L) PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 152 AN 52.7 Development of Urinary system(L,VI) DH embryology charts(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) DH embryology charts(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY9.4 Describe female reproductive system: (a) functions of ovary and its control; (b) menstrual cycle - hormonal, uterine and ovarian changes (L) PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 153 AN 48.1 Pelvic diaphargm(L)  AN 53.2,3 Bony pelvis Female(P,DOAP) PY9.5 & PY9.7 Describe and discuss the physiological effects of sex hormones &  Describe and discuss the effects of removal of gonads on
physiological functions
CM 4.2(Lecture) CM 4.2 (Small Group Teaching) feedback session
DAY 154 AN 49.2,3 Perineal body & perineal membrane(L) AN 53.2,3 Bony pelvis Male(P,DOAP) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY9.6 Enumerate the contraceptive methods for male and female. Discuss their advantages & disadvantages. (L):VI-O&G, COMM MED PY BIO AETCOM 1.3 DISCUSSION & CLOSURE VII-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(NUTRITION, CANCER, TUMOUR MARKER, XENOBIOTICS) Viva A Batch (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment B Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 155 AN 48.4 Sacral plexus(L) DH  Sacral plexus(P,DOAP,SGD) PY9.5 & PY9.7 Describe and discuss the physiological effects of sex hormones &  Describe and discuss the effects of removal of gonads on physiological functions (L) VII-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(NUTRITION, CANCER, TUMOUR MARKER, XENOBIOTICS)
DAY 156 AN 49.1 Perineal pouches(L) DH Perineal pouches(P,DOAP,SGD) BI9.1 List the functions and components of the extracellular matrix (ECM). (SDL) PY9.8 Describe and discuss the physiology of pregnancy, parturition & lactation and outline the psychology and psychiatry-disorders associated with it. (L):VI-O&G PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 157 AN 48.5,6 Urinary bladder(L,VI) DH Urinary Bladder(P,DOAP,SGD) DH Urinary Bladder(P,DOAP,SGD) PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 158 AN 48.5,7 Prostate(L) DH prostate(P,DOAP,SGD) PY9.11 Discuss the hormonal changes and their effects during perimenopause and menopause (L):VI-O&G CM 4.3 (Small Group Teaching) CM 4.4  Practicals) Sports
DAY 159 AN 48.5 Uterus(L,VI) DH Uterus(P,DOAP,SGD) PY9.12 Discuss the common causes of infertility in a couple and role of IVF in managing a case of infertility. (L): VI-O&G Estimation of blood Glucose-A Batch (DOAP)& PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment B Batch (DOAP,SGD):HI-ANAT(SDL-1hr)
DAY 160 AN 48.5 Fallopian tube(L) DH Ovary & fallopian tube(P,DOAP,SGD) PY9.12 Discuss the common causes of infertility in a couple and role of IVF in managing a case of infertility. (L): VI-O&G BI9.2 Discuss the involvement of ECM components in health and disease. (L)- (VI) (GM) BI9.3 Describe protein targeting & sorting along with its associated disorders. (L)
DAY 161 AN 49.4 Ischiorectal fossa(L) DH Ischiorectal fossa(P,DOAP,SGD) INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-4: KIDNEY, ENDOCRINE & REPRODUCTION:VIVA INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-4: KIDNEY, ENDOCRINE & REPRODUCTION: THEORY
DAY 162 AN AN 51.1 Study of cross-section at the level of Transpyloric plane(L) DH Study of cross-section at the level of Transpyloric plane(P,SGD) QUIZ BIOCHEM PY AETCOM 1.2 SELF DIRECTED LEARNING BI11.6  principles of colorimetry B Batch (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment A Batch (DOAP,SGD) (SDL-1hr)
DAY 163 AN 52.2 Histology of Urinary system(L) Histology lab(P,)  EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:Clinical anatomy of uterus PY10.1 Describe and discuss the organization of nervous system (L):HI-ANAT BI11.6  principles of colorimetry B Batch (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment A Batch (DOAP,SGD) (SDL-1hr)
DAY 164 AN 52.2 Histology Male reproductive systemof Urinary system(L) Histology lab (P) PY10.2 Describe and discuss the functions and properties of synapse, reflex, receptors (L):HI-ANAT BI6.1 Discuss the metabolic processes that take place in specific organs in the
body in the fed and fasting states (L)
BI6.2 Describe and discuss the metabolic processes in which nucleotides are
involved. (L)
EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY9.9 Interpret a normal semen analysis report including (a) sperm count, (b) sperm morphology and (c) sperm motility, as per WHO guidelines and discuss the results (L)
DAY 165 AN 52.2,52.3 Histology of Female reproductive System(L) Histology lab(P)  PY10.2 Describe and discuss the functions and properties of synapse, reflex, receptors (L):HI-ANAT BI6.3 Describe the common disorders associated with nucleotide metabolism (L). (HI) (PHY) BI6.3 Describe the common disorders associated with nucleotide metabolism (L). (HI) (PHY)
DAY 166 AN 52.8 Develpoment of Male reproductive system(L) DH embryology charts(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) BIO AETCOM 1.4 SMALL GROUPDISCUSSION PY10.2 Describe and discuss the functions and properties of synapse, reflex, receptors (L):HI-ANAT PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 167 AN 52.8 Develpoment of Female reproductive system(L) DH embryology charts(P,DOAP) DH embryology charts(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY10.2 Describe and discuss the functions and properties of synapse, reflex, receptors (L):HI-ANAT A Batch: PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & Estimation of blood Glucose-B Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 168 AN 52.2 Histology of placenta & Umbilical cord(L) Histology lab (P) PY AETCOM 1.2 DISCUSSION & CLOSURE OF CASES SPORTS
DAY 169 AN 51.2 Saggital section of Male pelvis(L) DH section of male pelvis(P,DOAP,SGD) DH section of male pelvis(P,DOAP,SGD) PY10.3 Describe and discuss somatic sensations & sensory tracts (L):HI-ANAT B Batch: PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & Estimation of  urea- A Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT(SDL-1hr)
DAY 170 AN 52.1 Saggital section of Female pelvis(L) DH Section of female pelvis(P,DOAP,SGD) PY10.4 Describe and discuss motor tracts, mechanism of maintenance of tone, control of body movements, posture and equilibrium & vestibular apparatus (L):HI-ANAT BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory-Paper chromatography of amino acid  (L)
BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory 
•Protein electrophoresis (DOAP) (SDL-1hr)
 
DAY 171 AN 54.2 Radiology(P,DOAP) DH Radiology(P,DOAP)  PY10.4 Describe and discuss motor tracts, mechanism of maintenance of tone, control of body movements, posture and equilibrium & vestibular apparatus (L):HI-ANAT BI6.4 Discuss the laboratory results of analytes associated with gout & Lesch Nyhan syndrome. (L) - (VI) (GM) BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory 
 
•TLC, PAGE
 (L)
DAY 172 AN 62.1 Cranial nerve Nuclei & Functional Componants(L) DH Revision of Pelvic organs(P,DOAP) BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory 
 
•TLC, PAGE
 (L)
PY10.4 Describe and discuss motor tracts, mechanism of maintenance of tone, control of body movements, posture and equilibrium & vestibular apparatus (L):HI-ANAT PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 173 AN 26.5 Cervical Vertebra(P,DOAP) DH Revision of Pelvic organs(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: APPLIED ASPECT OF OVARY PY10.5 Describe and discuss structure and functions of reticular activating system, autonomic nervous system (ANS) (L):HI-ANAT PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 174 AN 30.5  Olfactary &Optic nerve(L,HI) DH Practical - revision of Section of Male pelvis(P,DOAP) PY10.5 Describe and discuss structure and functions of reticular activating system, autonomic nervous system (ANS) (L):HI-ANAT SPORTS
DAY 175 AN 31.5 Oculomotor & trochlear,abducent nerve(L) DH Practical - revision of Section of Female pelvis(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: APPLIED ASPECTS OF 1ST CRANIAL NERVE PY10.5 Describe and discuss structure and functions of reticular activating system, autonomic nervous system (ANS) (L):HI-ANAT A Batch: PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)  & Estimation of  creatinine-A Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT (SDL-1hr)
DAY 176 AN Trigeminal nerve(L,HI) DH cranial nerve chart discussion(P,DOAP,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY10.4 Describe and discuss motor tracts, mechanism of maintenance of tone, control of body movements, posture and equilibrium & vestibular apparatus (L):HI-ANAT BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory including: •pH
meter
 (L)
PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT  
DAY 177 AN 28.4,7 Facial nerve(L,HI) DH cranial nerve chart discussion(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY10.7 Describe and discuss functions of cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebellum and limbic system and their abnormalities (L):VI-PSYCHIATRY,HI-ANAT BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory 
•Electrolyte analysis by ISE (L)
 
BIO AETCOM 1.4 SMALL GROUPDISCUSSION
DAY 178 AN 40.3Vestibulo-cochlear nerve(L) DH cranial nerve chart discussion(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) BIO AETCOM 1.4 SMALL GROUPDISCUSSION PY10.7 Describe and discuss functions of cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebellum and limbic system and their abnormalities (L):VI-PSYCHIATRY,HI-ANAT VIVA (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 179 AN 35.7 Glossopharyngeal nerve(L,HI) DH cranial nerve chart discussion(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) DH cranial nerve chart discussion(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY10.7 Describe and discuss functions of cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebellum and limbic system and their abnormalities (L):VI-PSYCHIATRY,HI-ANAT VIVA (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 180 Internal asessment V Abdomen VIVA (DOAP) & PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 181 IA -Practicals Abdomen BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory including:

•Autoanalyser
 (L)
VIII INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
DAY 182 AN 35.7Vagus nerve(L,HI)  DH cranial nerve chart discussion(P,DOAP,SSELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PY10.7 Describe and discuss functions of cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebellum and limbic system and their abnormalities (L):VI-PSYCHIATRY,HI-ANAT                               INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-5: REPRODUCTION & CNS PART-1 THEORY
DAY 183 AN 35.7 Accessory nerve(L) DH cranial nerve chart discussion(P,DOAP,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory including:
•Immunodiffusion (L)
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT-5: REPRODUCTION & CNS PART-1:VIVA
DAY 184 AN 35.7Hypoglossal nerve(L,HI) DH cranial nerve chart discussion(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: CLINCAL ANATOMY OF 3,4,6 CRANIAL NERVE PY10.7 Describe and discuss functions of cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebellum and limbic system and their abnormalities (L):VI-PSYCHIATRY,HI-ANAT A Batch PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & Estimation of  creatinine-B Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 185 AN 56.1 Meninges(L) DH Meninges(P,DOAP,SGD) DH Meninges(P,DOAP,SGD) PY10.7 Describe and discuss functions of cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebellum and limbic system and their abnormalities (L):VI-PSYCHIATRY,HI-ANAT B Batch : PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & Estimation of  Uric acid-A Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 186 AN 56.2 CSF circulation(L) DH CSF circulation(P,SGD) BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
 
- dyslipidemia, (SDL)
 
BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory including: 
•Quality control (L)
BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- diabetes mellitus, (L)-  (VI-GM)
BI 11.16Small group discussion
DAY 187 AN 57.1 External features of Spinal cord(L) DH External features of Spinal cord(P,DOAP,SGD) PY10.7 Describe and discuss functions of cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, thalamus, hypothalamus, cerebellum and limbic system and their abnormalities (L):VI-PSYCHIATRY,HI-ANAT EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY10.12 Identify normal EEG forms (L):VI-PSYCHIATRY
DAY 188 AN 57.3 Tranverse section of Spinal cord at Mid-cervical & Midthoracic level(L) Dh Tranverse section of Spinal cord at Mid-cervical & Midthoracic level(P,DOAP,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY10.9 Describe and discuss the physiological basis of memory, learning and speech (L):VI-PSYCHIATRY CM CM
DAY 189 AN 57.4 Ascending tracts at midthoracic level of spinal cord(L) DH Ascending tracts at midthoracic level of spinal cord(P,SGD) DH Ascending tracts at midthoracic level of spinal cord(P,SGD) PY10.10 Describe and discuss chemical transmission in the nervous system. (Outline the psychiatry element). (L) B Batch: PY10.11 Demonstrate the correct clinical examination of the nervous system: Higher functions, sensory system, motor system, reflexes, cranial nerves in a normal volunteer or simulated environment (DOAP,SGD) & Estimation of  Total protein-A Batch (DOAP):HI-ANAT
DAY 190 AN 57.4 descending tracts at midthoracic level of spinal cord(L) DH descending tracts at midthoracic level of spinal cord(P,SGD) PY10.9 Describe and discuss the physiological basis of memory, learning and speech (Self Directed learning):VI-PSYCHIATRY BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- renal failure, gout, (L)
 
BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- nephrotic syndrome, (L)
 
BI 6.4Small group discussion
DAY 191 AN 58.1 Medulla External Features(L,VI) DH Medulla externl features(P,DOAP,SGD) BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- proteinuria,
 (L)
PY10.13 & PY10.14  Perception of smell and taste sensation & Patho-physiology of altered smell and taste sensation (L):VI-ENT EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY10.20 Demonstrate (i) Testing of visual acuity, colour and field of vision and (ii) hearing (iii) Testing for smell and (iv) taste sensation in volunteer/ simulated environment (DOAP): VI-ENT,OPHTHAL
DAY 192 AN 58.2 Medulla at Pyramidal level(L) DH Medulla at Pyramidal level(P,DOAP,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: APPLIED ASPECTS OF SPINAL CORD P Y-AETCOM 1.2 DISCUSSION & CLOSURE OF CASES EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY10.20 Demonstrate (i) Testing of visual acuity, colour and field of vision and (ii) hearing (iii) Testing for smell and (iv) taste sensation in volunteer/ simulated environment (DOAP): VI-ENT,OPHTHAL
DAY193 AN 58.2 Medulla at Sensory level(L) DH Medulla at sensory level(P,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE:PY10.16 Describe and discuss pathophysiology of deafness. Describe hearing tests (DOAP):VI-ENT CM 5.4 (Practicals) Extra curricular activity Sports
DAY 194 AN 58.2 Medulla at ION level(L) DH Medulla at ION level(P,SGD) EARLY CLINICAL EXPOSURE: APPLIED ASPECTS PONS AND MEDULLA PY10.15 Describe and discuss functional anatomy of ear and auditory pathways & physiology of hearing (L) A Batch: PY10.20 Demonstrate (i) Testing of visual acuity, colour and field of vision and (ii) hearing (iii) Testing for smell and (iv) taste sensation in volunteer/ simulated environment  (DOAP,SGD) & Estimation of  Total protein-B Batch (DOAP):VI-ENT,OPHTHAL
DAY 195 AN 58.3 Enumerate cranial nerve nuclei in medulla with their functional group(L) DH Enumerate cranial nerve nuclei in medulla with their functional group(P,SGD) PY10.17 Describe and discuss functional anatomy of eye, physiology of image formation, physiology of vision including colour vision, refractive errors, colour blindness, physiology of pupil and light reflex (L):VI-OPHTHAL BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- edema,
 (L)
B Batch: PY10.20 Demonstrate (i) Testing of visual acuity, colour and field of vision and (ii) hearing (iii) Testing for smell and (iv) taste sensation in volunteer/ simulated environment (DOAP ,SGD)& BI11.9  estimation of serum total cholesterol and HDLcholesterol- A batch (DOAP):VI-ENT,OPHTHAL
DAY 196 AN 59.1 External features of pons(L) DH External features of pons(P,DOAP,SGD) PY10.17 Describe and discuss functional anatomy of eye, physiology of image formation, physiology of vision including colour vision, refractive errors, colour blindness, physiology of pupil and light reflex (L):VI-OPHTHAL BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- jaundice,
 (L)
BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
- liver diseases, pancreatitis (L)
BI 11.6Small group discussion
DAY 197 AN 59.2 Pons at upper level(L) DH  Pons at upper level(P,SGD) BI11.17 Explain the basis and rationale of biochemical tests done in the following
conditions:
  disorders of acid- base balance, -
thyroid disorders. (L)
PY10.17 Describe and discuss functional anatomy of eye, physiology of image formation, physiology of vision including colour vision, refractive errors, colour blindness, physiology of pupil and light reflex (L):VI-OPHTHAL PY10.20 Demonstrate (i) Testing of visual acuity, colour and field of vision and (ii) hearing (iii) Testing for smell and (iv) taste sensation in volunteer/ simulated environment (DOAP):VI-ENT,OPHTHAL
DAY 198 AN 59.2 Pons at Lower level(L) DH  Pons at Lower level(P,SGD) DH  Pons at upper level(P,SGD) PY10.17 Describe and discuss functional anatomy of eye, physiology of image formation, physiology of vision including colour vision, refractive errors, colour blindness, physiology of pupil and light reflex (L):VI-OPHTHAL PY10.20 Demonstrate (i) Testing of visual acuity, colour and field of vision and (ii) hearing (iii) Testing for smell and (iv) taste sensation in volunteer/ simulated environment (DOAP):VI-ENT,OPHTHAL
DAY 199 AN 59.3 Enumerate cranial nerve nuclei in pons with their functional group(L) DH  Enumerate cranial nerve nuclei in pons with their functional group(P,DOAP,SGD) PY10.19 Describe and discuss auditory & visual evoke potentials (L):VI-OPHTHAL CM SPORTS
DAY 200 AN 60.1 External  features of cerebellum(L) DH External  features of cerebellum(P,DOAP,SGD) DH  Enumerate cranial nerve nuclei in pons with their functional group(P,DOAP,SGD) PY10.18 Describe and discuss the physiological basis of lesion in visual pathway (L):VI-OPHTHAL B Batch: PY10.20 Demonstrate (i) Testing of visual acuity, colour and field of vision and (ii) hearing (iii) Testing for smell and (iv) taste sensation in volunteer/ simulated environment (DOAP,SGD)& BI11.10 Demonstrate the estimation of triglycerides- A batch (DOAP);VI-ENT,OPHTHAL
DAY 201 AN 60.1 Internal features of cerebellum(L) DH Internal  features of cerebellum(P,DOAP,SGD) PY10.18 Describe and discuss the physiological basis of lesion in visual pathway (L):VI-OPHTHAL BI11.18 Discuss the principles of spectrophotometry. (L) BI 11.19 SDL
DAY 202 AN 60.2 Connections of cerebellar cortex & its applied(L) DH Connections of cerebellar cortex & its applied(P,DOAP,SGD) BI11.19 Outline the basic principles involved in the functioning of instruments
commonly used in a biochemistry laboratory and their applications. (L)
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT TEST 6: CNS PART-2, Special Senses & Integrated Physiology: THEORY
DAY 203 AN 60.2,3 Intracerebellar nuclei(L) DH  Intracerebellar nuclei(P,DOAP,SGD) DH Connections of cerebellar cortex & its applied INTERNAL ASSESSMENT TEST 6: CNS, Special Senses & Integrated Physiology: VIVA PY11.4 Describe and discuss cardio-respiratory and metabolic adjustments during exercise; physical training effects (L) PY11.5 Describe and discuss physiological consequences of sedentary lifestyle (L)
DAY 204 AN 61.1 External & internal features of Midbrain(L,VI) DH  External & internal features of Midbrain(P,DOAP,SGD) PY11.6 Describe physiology of Infancy (Self Directed learning):VI-PEDIATRICS CM 5.5( Lecture) CM 5.5 (Small Group Teaching) Sports
DAY 205 AN 61.2Features of midbrain at the level of superior colliculus (L)  DH Features of midbrain at the level of superior colliculus (P,DOAP,SGD)  DH Features of midbrain at the level of superior colliculus (P,DOAP,SGD) PY11.7 Describe and discuss physiology of aging; free radicals and antioxidants (L) BI11.10 Demonstrate the estimation of triglycerides- B  batch (DOAP) & A BATCH: REVISION OF CNS PRACICALS
DAY 206 AN 61.2Features of midbrain at the level of Inferior colliculus (L) Dh Features of midbrain at the level of superior colliculus (P,DOAP,SGD) PY11.9 & PY11.10 Growth charts & anthropometric assessment of infants (L):VI-PEDIATRICS BIO AETCOM 1.4 DISCUSSION & CLOSURE BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of calcium and phosphorous-A batch (DOAP)& B BATCH: REVISION OF CNS PRACICALS
DAY 207 AN 61.3 Applied aspects of midbrain(L) DH Applied aspects of midbrain- charts(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) BI11.2 Describe the preparation of buffers and estimation of pH. (L) BI11.1 Describe commonly used laboratory apparatus and equipments, good
safe laboratory practice and waste disposal. (L)
BI11.2 SDL
DAY 208 AN 62.2 External features of Cerebrum(L) DH  External features of Cerebrum(P,DOAP,SGD) BI11.2 Describe the preparation of buffers and estimation of pH. (L) PY11.11 Discuss the concept, criteria for diagnosis of Brain death and its implications (SDL)
DAY 209 AN 62.2 Functional areas of Cerebrum(L) DH Functional areas of Cerebrum(P,DOAP,SGD) DH  External features of Cerebrum(P,DOAP,SGD) PY11.12 Discuss the physiological effects of meditation (Self Directed learning)
DAY 210 AN 62.3 White matter of cerebrum(L) DH  White matter of cerebrum(P,DOAP,SGD) DH Parts & connections of basalganglia(P,DOAP,SGD) PY11.14 Demonstrate Basic Life Support in a simulated environment (DOAP):VI-GEN MED,ANAESTHESIOLOGY BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of calcium and phosphorous-A batch (DOAP)& B BATCH: REVISION OF CNS PRACICALS
DAY 211 AN 62.4 Parts & connections of basalganglia(L) feedback session PY11.14 Demonstrate Basic Life Support in a simulated environment (DOAP):VI-GEN MED,ANAESTHESIOLOGY BI11.2 Describe the preparation of buffers and estimation of pH. (L) A Batch: PY11.14 Demonstrate Basic Life Support in a simulated environment (DOAP)& B Batch: viva (DOAP)
DAY 212 AN 62.4 Limbic system(L) DH  Limbic system(P,DOAP,SGD) PY11.14 Demonstrate Basic Life Support in a simulated environment (DOAP):VI-GEN MED,ANAESTHESIOLOGY BIO AETCOM 1.3 DISCUSSION & CLOSURE 
DAY 213 AN 62.5 Thalamus(L,VI) DH thalamus(P,DOAP,SGD) BI11.3 Describe the chemical components of normal urine. (L) IX-INTERNAL ASSESSMENT(Bio-Chem) 
DAY 214 AN 62.5 Hypothalamus(L) DH  Hypothalamus(P,DOAP,SGD) DH thalamus(P,DOAP,SGD) PHYSIOLOGY UG QUIZ PROGRAM
DAY 215 AN  62.5 Epithalamus,Metathalamus & subthalamus(L) DH  Epithalamus,Metathalamus & subthalamus(P,DOAP,SGD) PHYSIOLOGY MICROTEACHING PHYSIOLOGY MICROTEACHING
DAY 216 AN 62.6 Blood supply of brain(L) DH Blood supply of brain(P,DOAP,SGD) DH Blood supply of brain(P,DOAP,SGD) Physio- students seminar in General Physiology BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of calcium and phosphorous-A batch (DOAP)& B BATCH: PY11.14   Describe and discuss behavioural and EEG characteristics during sleep and mechanism responsible for its production(SGD)
DAY 217 AN 63.1 Lateral ventricle&Iird ventricle(L) DH Lateral ventricle&Iird ventricle(P,DOAP,SGD) PY9.10 Discuss the physiological basis of various pregnancy tests- (L):VI-O&G Physio- students seminar in General Physiology BI11.11 Demonstrate estimation of calcium and phosphorous-A batch (DOAP)& B BATCH: PY11.14   Describe and discuss behavioural and EEG characteristics during sleep and mechanism responsible for its production(SGD)
DAY 218 AN 63.1 Fourth ventricle (L) DH Fourth ventricle(P,DOAP,SGD)  PY10.8 Describe and discuss behavioural and EEG characteristics during sleep and mechanism responsible for its production:( L):VI -Psychiatry BI11.19 Outline the basic principles involved in the functioning of instruments
commonly used in a biochemistry laboratory and their applications. (L)
BI 11.3small group discussion, (SDL-1hr)
DAY 219 AN 64.1 Histology of Spinalcord,cerebrum&cerebellum(L) Histology lab (P) BI11.22 Calculate albumin: globulin (AG)
ratio and creatinine clearance (L)- (VI-GM)
PY10.8 Describe and discuss behavioural and EEG characteristics during sleep and mechanism responsible for its production:( L):VI -Psychiatry PY11.14 Demonstrate Basic Life Support in a simulated environment (DOAP):VI-GEN MED,ANAESTHESIOLOGY
DAY 220 AN 64.2 Development of CNS(L) Histology lab (P) Histology lab (P) PRACTICAL INTERNAL ASSESMENT- CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY
DAY 221 AN 73.1 Chromosomes Structure(L) DH Revision of intracranial organs(P,DOAP) Physio - students seminar in Muscle PY AETCOM1.4 SELF DIRECTED LEARNING PHYSIOLOGY MICROTEACHING
DAY 222 Internal asessment VI - Brain physio- students seminar in Cardiovascular system BI11.20 Identify abnormal constituents in urine, interpret the findings and correlate
these with pathological states (L).
DAY 223 IA- Brain Practicals  physio- students seminar in Cardiovascular system BI 11.3small group discussion, (SDL-1hr) BI11.12 Demonstrate the estimation of serum bilirubin- A batch (DOAP) (SDL-1hr) PY B batch Revision of haematology practicals- WBC,RBC,DC,AEC)
DAY 224 AN 73.2 Karyotyping(L) DH Karyotyping chartsHistology lab (P,DOAP) Revision and discussion in Blood BI11.23 Calculate energy content of different food Items, identify food items with
high and low glycemic index and explain the importance of these in the
diet (L)- (VI-GM)
BI11.24 Enumerate advantages and/or disadvantages of use of unsaturated,
saturated and trans fats in food. (L)- (VI-GM)
DAY 225 AN 73.3 Lyon's hypothesis(L) DH genetics chartsHistology lab (P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) BI11.5 Describe screening of urine for inborn errors & describe the use of paper
chromatography (L)- (VI-GM)
Physio - students seminar in Blood revision of haematology practicals- PCV,ESR,BT,CT,Blood grouping,osmotic fragility, specific gravity.
DAY 226 AN 74.1 Pattern of inheritance- Various modes of inheritance(L) DH genetics charts(P,DOAP) DH genetics charts(P,DOAP) Physio - students seminar in Blood Revision of haematology practicals- WBC,RBC,DC,AEC revision of haematology practicals- PCV,ESR,BT,CT,Blood grouping,osmotic fragility, specific gravity.
DAY 227 AN 74.2 Pedigree chart(L) DH genetics charts(P,DOAP,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) Revision and discussion in Respiratory system Physio - students seminar in GIT Revision of clinical examinations- CVS,RS,Abdomen revision of clinical examinations- CNS
DAY 228 AN 74.3 Multifactorial inheritance(L) DH genetics charts(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) DH genetics charts(P,DOAP) Physio - students seminar in Respiratory system BI11.13 Demonstrate the estimation of SGOT/ SGPT- Abatch (DOAP) (SDL-1hr) PY B batchRevision of clinical examinations- CVS,RS,AbdomenCNS
DAY 229 AN 74.4 Clinical Basis &features of Genetic  Inheritance(L) DH genetics charts(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) Physio - students seminar in Excretory system Physio - students seminar in Respiratory system BI11.13 Demonstrate the estimation of SGOT/ SGPT- Abatch (DOAP) (SDL-1hr) PY B batchRevision of clinical examinations- CVS,RS,AbdomenCNS
DAY 230 AN 75.5 Chromosomal Aberrations(L) DH genetics charts(P,DOAP) Revision and discussion in CNS BI11.6 Describe the principles of colorimetry (L) BI11.14 Demonstrate the estimation of alkaline phosphatase- B batch (DOAP) (SDL-1hr) PY A BatchRevision of clinical examinations- CVS,RSAbdomen,CNS
DAY 231 AN 75.2 Mosaichism(L) DH genetics charts(P,DOAP) BI Revision (carbohydrates) BI11.5 Describe screening of urine for inborn errors & describe the use of paper
chromatography (L)- (VI-GM)
DAY 232 AN 75.3 Genetic basis of edward',pattau and prader villi Syndromes(L) DH genetics charts(P,DOAP) DH genetics charts(P,DOAP) Revision and discussion in CNS Revision of haematology practicals- WBC,RBC,DC,AEC revision of haematology practicals- PCV,ESR,BT,CT,Blood grouping,osmotic fragility, specific gravity.
DAY 233 AN 75.4 Polymorphism & Mutation(L) DH genetics charts(P,DOAP) DH Revision of Intracranial organs(P,DOAP) Revision and discussion in Special senses Revision of clinical examinations- CVS,RS,Abdomen revision of clinical examinations- CNS
DAY 234 AN 75.5 Genetic counciling(L) DH Revision of Intracranial organs(P,DOAP) Revision and discussion in Special senses BI 11.5small group discussion (SDL-1hr) Physio - students seminar in CNS
DAY 235 Internal Asessment - Genetics Internal Asessment - Genetics Physio -students seminar in special sense  BI11.14 Demonstrate the estimation of alkaline phosphatase- Abatch (DOAP) (SDL-1hr) PY B-  BatchREVISION OF ALL CHARTS
DAY 236 IA -Practicals charts-genetics IA -Practicals charts-genetics SDL BIOCHEM Physio - students seminar in Endocrine BI11.15  discuss the composition of CSF- B batch (DOAP)(SDL-1hr)PYB-  BatchREVISION OF ALL CHARTS                                                                                                                                                              
DAY 237 Revision of Upper limb specimens(P,DOAP) Revision of  lower limb specimens(P,DOAP) Revision of Thorax specimens(P,DOAP) BIO - REVISION CHARTS,OSPE
DAY 238 Revision of Head& neck specimens(P,DOAP) Revision of Abdomen(P,DOAP) PHYSIOLOGY : RIVISION OF ALL HAEMATOLOGY&CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY PRACTICALS
DAY 239 Revision of Brain specimens(P,DOAP) Revision of Brain specimens(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) Revision of Head& neck specimens(P,SELF DIRECTED LEARINING) PHYSIOLOGY  OSPE & CASE DISCUSSION -REVISION
DAY 240 Model exam I-- Theory PHYSIOLOGY  OSPE & CASE DISCUSSION -REVISION
DAY 241 Modal practicals I  Revision  & discussion in reproduction Physio - students seminar in Endocrine BIO Model exam I-- Theory
DAY 242 Modal exam  II --Theory II BI Revision BIOModal practicals I
DAY 243 Modal exam practicals II  PHYSIOLOGY MICROTEACHING BI Revision  BIO Modal exam  II --Theory II
                             BI Revision BIO Modal exam practicals II
        PHYSIO Model practicals   I
                                                                                                       PHYSIO  Model exam Theory    I
         PHYSIO Model exam practicals II
        PHYSIO Model exam Theory  II
 


 

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