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B.D.S

 STATUTES GOVERNING BACHELOR OF DENTAL SURGERY (B. D. S).

SHORT TITLE & COMMENCEMENT:

St. 01:             

i.    These statutes may be called Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) Course Statutes 2008.

ii.  These statutes shall come into force from the session 2008-09

 

St. 02:                          Unless the context otherwise requires:

 

i.    (Act) means the Kashmir & Jammu Universities Act of 1969.

ii.  Board of Professional Entrance Examination means, a statutory body constituted by the Govt. to effect admission to the Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) Course on the basis of overall merit in the competitive examination.

iii. Degree means Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS).

iv. “Regulation” means a regulation as defined under section           2 (h) of the Act;

v.   “Statute” means statute as defined under section 2 (h) of the Act;

vi.  University means the University of Kashmir as defined under section 2(k) of the Act.

 

St. 03:  Admission.

                No candidate shall be allowed to be admitted to the Dental Curriculum of first Bachelor of Dental Surgery(BDS) Course until he/she has:

A.           Completed the age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st of December of the year of his/her admission to the BDS Course.

B.          Passed Higher Secondary Part II examination (10+2) pattern of the Jammu & Kashmir State Board of School Education or any other examination recognized equivalent thereto with not less than 50% marks ( 40% in case of reserved category) in the aggregate in the subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology  & the selection of the students shall be  based solely on merit . 

St. 04:  Nature & Duration of Course.

 

The undergraduate dental training programme leading to BDS degree shall be of 5 years with 240 teaching days in each academic year. During this period, the student shall be required to have engaged in full time study at a dental college recognized or approved by the Dental Council of India.

 

St. 05:              SCHEME OF EXAMINATION:

            The scheme of examination for B.D.S Course shall be divided into :

a).    Ist B.D.S examination at the end of the first academic year.

b).    2nd B.D.S examination at the end of second academic year.

c).    3rd B.D.S examination at the end of third academic year.

d).    4th B.D.S  examination at the end of fourth  academic year.

e).     Final B.D.S examination at the end of fifth academic year.

  

                The examination shall be open to a candidate who satisfies the requirements of attendance, progress and other pre-requisites laid down in these statutes.

The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & Final Year professional examinations shall be held twice in a year. The supplementary examination shall be held after six months from the date of commencement of main examination and at such places as may be fixed by the University from time to time.

A candidate, who fails in the main examination, shall be eligible to appear in the supplementary examination and if he/she fails again in the supplementary examination, he/she shall be eligible to appear in the subsequent main examination of his/her junior batch.

St. 06:       Title of Course & subjects from 1st to Final Year

I.B.D.S Examination:

 i)     General Human Anatomy including Embryology and Histology

ii)     General Human Physiology.

iii).   Bio- Chemistry , Nutrition and Dietics.

iv)    Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Oral Histology

                   

II.B.D.S Examination:

                    A candidate who has successfully completed the Ist B.D.S examination can  appear in the IInd B.D.S Examination.

 i)        General Pathology .

ii).       Microbiology.

iii)      General and Dental Pharmacology and Therapeutics

iv)       Dental Materials

v)        Pre clinical Conservative ( only Practical and Viva Voce).

vi)       Pre clinical Prosthodontics ( only Practical and Viva Voce).

  

III.B.D.S Examination:

   A candidate who has successfully completed the 2nd B.D.S examination can appear in IIIrd B.D.S examination.

i)         General Medicine

ii)        General Surgery

iii)      Oral Pathology and Microbiology

 

IV B.D.S Examination:

               A candidate who has successfully completed the 3rd B.D.S examination can appear in IVth B.D.S examination.

i)         Oral Medicine & Radiology

ii)        Paediatric & Preventive Dentistry.

iii)      Orthodontics  & Dentofacial Orthopaedics.

iv)       Periodontology.

 

Final   B.D.S Examination:

A candidate who has successfully completed the IVth B.D.S examination can appear in Final B.D.S examination.

 i)         Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge

ii)        Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics

iii)      Oral Surgery & Maxillofacial Surgery.

iv)       Public Health Dentistry.                           

 

St. 07:         Promotions from Lower Class to Higher class:

              Any candidate who fails in one subject in an Examination shall be permitted to go to the next higher class and appear for the subject with supplementary/subsequent examination and complete it successfully before he is permitted to appear for the next higher examination.

 

A candidate who has secured a pass in a  subject in  any Professional examination shall be exempted from appearing in that subject again at a subsequent examination.

 

A candidate who fails in more than one subject of any Professional examination shall not be allowed to join the next higher class unless he/she has passed in the subject(s) in which he/she has failed in the previous examination.

 

A candidate who appears in  any Professional examination and whose results are awaited/withheld for one reason or the other, shall be allowed provisionally to attend the next higher class. In the case of candidates who pass the examination in full, their provisional admission to the next higher professional class shall be deemed to have been regularized from the date of joining the said higher professional class. But, in case , the candidate who fails in more than one subject of the any professional examination, the provisional admission to the next higher professional class shall stand automatically cancelled.

A candidate who fails to appear in or to pass the 1st professional examination in six attempts within a period of 3 years from the date of 1st examination of the batch of students with which he/she was admitted to the Dental College, shall not be allowed to continue his/her Dental Studies.

St. 08:         Written Examination:

 

1.  The written examination in each subject shall consist of one paper of three hours duration and shall have maximum marks of 70.

 

2.   The question paper shall contain different types of questions like essay, short answer and objective type / M.C.Q’s.

 

3.   The nature of questions set, shall be aimed to evaluate students of different standards ranging from average to excellent.

 

4.   The questions shall cover a broad  area of the content of the course. The essay questions should be properly structured and the marks specifically allotted.

  

Practical/ Clinical Examination:

 1. Scheme of clinical and practical examinations:  The practical and clinical examinations should be evaluated by two examiners, of which one shall be Internal Examiner & another External examiner, appointed from other universities preferably outside the State. Each candidate should be evaluated by each examiner independently and marks computed at the end of the examination.

 

Marks distribution in each subject:

Each subject shall have a maximum of 200 marks.

Theory                                   100

Practical/ Clinical                               100

 

Theory – 100                                       Practicals/ clinicals – 100

University written exam                     70          University Exam                                 90

Viva Voce                                                               20

Internal assessment (written)                      10                Internal assessment (Written)           10

---------- ---------                                         ----------                                                                                          ---------

Total                                                                      100                                                                                         100

---------- ----------                                        ----------                                                                                          ---------

 

Practical and Viva Voce only in University Examination

 

Pre-clinical Prosthodontics

Pre-clinical Conservative Dentistry…….

Internal Assessment                           -               20

Practical                                                -            60

Viva Voce                                              -             20

                                                                      ----------

                                                                              100

                                                                      -----------

St. 09:  Duration of examination:

Each written paper shall be of three hours duration and each practical/clinical examination shall ordinarily be conducted for 25 students in one day.

 

St. 10:  INTERNAL ASSESSMENT EXAMINATION

The continuing assessment examinations may be held frequently at least 3 times in a particular  academic year and the average marks of these examinations should be considered. 10% of the total marks in each subject  separately for theory and practical/clinical examination, in addition to day-to-day academic records, attendance and behaviour of the candidate,  shall be set aside for the internal assessment of the candidate.

 

St. 11:  Criteria for a pass:

Fifty percent of the total marks in any subject computed as aggregate for theory, i.e., written, viva voce and internal assessment and practicals including internal assessment, separately is essential for a pass in all years of study.

For declaration of pass in a subject, a candidate shall secure 50% marks in the University examination both in Theory and Practical/ Clinical examinations separately, as stipulated below:

 

▪     A candidate shall secure 50% marks in aggregate in University theory including Viva Voce and internal assessment obtained in University written examination combined together .

􀂾      In the University Practical/ clinical examination, a candidate shall secure 50% of University practical marks and Internal Assessment combined together .

 

􀂾      In case of pre clinical Prosthetic Dentistry and Pre clinical conservative dentistry in II BDS, where there is no written examination, minimum for pass is 50% of marks in Practical and Viva voce combined together in University examination including Internal Assessment i.e. 50/100 marks.

 

􀂾      Successful candidates who obtain 65% of the total marks or more, in aggregate in any professional BDS examination, shall be declared to have passed the examination in First Class. Other successful candidates will be placed in Second Class. A candidate who obtains 75%  or above within the minimum time prescribed, in aggregate in theory/practical in any subject, shall be declared to have  passed with distinction in that particular subject. Only those candidates who pass the whole examination in the first attempt will be eligible for distinction or class.

□     Candidates passing an examination of BDS course as a supplementary batch shall not be eligible for the award of scholarship , prize or Distinction.

St. 12:              Provided that a candidate having appeared in the examination under any category viz. full, exemption or illness  whether in the main or subsequent examination fails in the examination by 05 marks in a subject, provided he fails only in one subject in that particular year/semester shall be deemed to have passed the examination.

                        The Controller of Examinations shall publish a Result Gazette indicating the Roll No’s and names of the successful candidates with distinction, if any, obtained in a subject and the Roll No’s of the candidates having been placed under the category of exemption and those whose result is withheld for one reason or the other.

St. 13:              Revaluation: The objective of revaluation is to ensure that the student receives a fair evaluation in the university examination and to minimize human error and extenuating circumstances. There shall be two mechanisms for this purpose.

 

1. Re-totalling: The University on application and remittance of a stipulated fee to be prescribed by the university, shall permit a recounting or opportunity to recount the marks received for various questions in an answer paper/ papers for theory of all subjects for which the candidate has appeared in the university examination. Any error in addition of the marks awarded if identified should be suitably rectified.

 

2. Re-valuation: Re-valuation of theory papers in all years of study of the BDS course may be permissible by the university on application and remittance of a prescribed fee. Such answer scripts shall be re-evaluated by not less than two duly qualified examiners and the average obtained shall be awarded to the candidate and the result accordingly reconsidered.

 

St. 14:              Qualification & experience to be eligible for examinership for BDS examination

 

1. M.D.S. Degree from a recognized Institution

 

2. 4 years teaching experience in the subject in a dental college after MDS

 

3. Should be holding the post of a Assistant Professor/Reader or above in a Dental Institution approved/recognised by the Dental Council of India for B.D.S.

 

St. 15:  Setting of question Papers from 1st to Final professional

In each subject for setting of Theory question paper the entire syllabus should be divided into section A and section B each comprising 50% of the syllabus and each section shall have 50% of total marks allotted for theory. Question paper for the Section A to be set by the internal examiner and section B by the External examiner and concerned Internal Examiner/HOD shall be the moderator and the external examiner should be from the concerned specialty or allied specialty as per DCI guidelines.

 

Note:

 

1.             In case of Dental Materials, if internal is from Prosthodontics, external should be from Conservative Dentistry and vice versa

 

50% of Examiners appointed shall be external from Medical/Dental Institutions approved/recognised by the Dental Council of India for B.D.S. Course, from other University, preferably from outside the State.

 

No person shall be an external Examiner to the same University for more than 3 consecutive years. However, if there is a break of one year the person can be re-appointed.

 

St. 16:  Migration:

(1)  Migration from one dental college to other is not a right of a student. However, migration of students from one dental college to another dental college in India may be considered by the Dental Council of India only in exceptional cases or extreme compassionate grounds*, provided following criteria are fulfilled. Routine migrations on other grounds shall not be allowed.

(2)  Both the colleges, i.e. one at which the student is studying at present and one to which migration is sought, are recognised by the Dental Council of India & similar curriculum are followed by both the colleges.

(3)    The applicant candidate should have passed first professional BDS examination.

(4)   The applicant candidate submits his application for migration, complete in all respects, to all authorities concerned within a period of one month of passing (declaration of results) the first professional Bachelor of Dental Surgery(BDS) examination.

a.      The migrated student based on his date of joining the institution shall be adjusted with the fresh available batch Main/Supplementary of 2nd BDS, so as to be eligible for subsequent 2nd Professional Exam.]

 

b.       Migration during clinical course of (3rd to final year) study shall not be allowed on any ground.

c.     The number of student’s migration to the University from outside the jurisdiction of the university shall not exceed the limit of 5% of the intake capacity of the college concerned subject to the maximum of 5 students in a academic year.

d.    Intimation about the admission of migrated students in the Dental College of the University shall be sent to the Dental Council of India as soon as the migration is sanctioned by the authorities.

Note 1:

(i)       Migration  is permitted only in the beginning of IInd year BDS Course in recognized institution.

(ii)    All applications for migration shall be referred to Dental Council of India by college authorities. No institution/University shall allow migrations directly without the prior approval of the council.

(iii)   Council reserves the right, not to entertain any application which is not under the prescribed compassionate grounds and also to take independent decisions where applicant has been allowed to migrate without referring the same to the Council.

Note 2: * Compassionate grounds criteria:

(i)       Death of a supporting guardian.

(ii)      Disturbed conditions as declared by Government in the Dental College area.

(iii)   Illness of candidate causing disability to be certified by the Principal of a Medical/Medical Superintend/ Chief Medical Officer, where the transferer Dental College is located.

St. 17:  Attendance requirement, Progress and Conduct

        A candidate shall not be allowed to sit in the examination unless he/she is recommended by the concerned H.O.D.

 (i)  75% In theory and 75% in Practical/ clinical in each subject in each year.

b)    In case of subject in which there is no examination at the end of the academic year/semester, the percentage of  attendance  shall not be less than 70% l. However, at the time of appearing for the professional examination in the subject, the aggregate percentage of attendance in the subject should satisfy the condition (i) above.

C)    Provided that deficiency upto 10 % lecturers & 10% Practical’s may be condoned by the Principal on the grounds of illness or any other sufficient cause duly recommended by the concerned HOD to the satisfaction of the Principal

St. 18:  Subjects of Study:

First Year

i)     General Human Anatomy including Embryology and Histology

ii)    General Human Physiology

iii). Bio Chemistry, Nutrition and Dietics.

iv)   Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Oral Histology

v)    Dental Materials

vi)   Preclinical  Prosthodontics  and Crown & Bridge.

Second Year

i)     General Pathology

ii)    Microbiology.

iii) General and Dental Pharmacology and Therapeutics

iv)   Dental Materials

v)    Pre clinical Conservative Dentistry

vi)   Pre clinical Prosthodontics and Crown & Bridge.

vii) Oral Pathology and Microbiology

Third Year

i)     General Medicine

ii)    General Surgery

iii)  Oral Pathology and Microbiology

iv)   Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics

v)    Oral Surgery & Maxillofacial Surgery.

vi)   Oral Medicine and Radiology

vii)  Orthodontics  & Dentofacial Orthopaedics.

viii) Paediatric & Preventive Dentistry.

ix)   Periodontology

x)    Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge

Fourth Year

i)     Orthodontics  & Dentofacial Orthopaedics.

ii)    Oral Medicine & Radiology

iii)  Paediatric & Preventive Dentistry.

iv)   Periodontology.

v)    Oral Surgery & Maxillofacial Surgery.

vi)    Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge

vii)  Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics .

viii) Public Health Dentistry.                   

Fifth Year

i)     Oral Surgery & Maxillofacial Surgery.

ii)   Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics

iii)  Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge

                                iv)   Public Health Dentistry.                    

 

 STATUTES GOVERNING BACHELOR OF DENTAL SURGERY (B. D. S).

SHORT TITLE & COMMENCEMENT:

St. 01:             

i.    These statutes may be called Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) Course Statutes 2008.

ii.  These statutes shall come into force from the session 2008-09

 

St. 02:                          Unless the context otherwise requires:

 

i.    (Act) means the Kashmir & Jammu Universities Act of 1969.

ii.  Board of Professional Entrance Examination means, a statutory body constituted by the Govt. to effect admission to the Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) Course on the basis of overall merit in the competitive examination.

iii. Degree means Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS).

iv. “Regulation” means a regulation as defined under section           2 (h) of the Act;

v.   “Statute” means statute as defined under section 2 (h) of the Act;

vi.  University means the University of Kashmir as defined under section 2(k) of the Act.

 

St. 03:  Admission.

                No candidate shall be allowed to be admitted to the Dental Curriculum of first Bachelor of Dental Surgery(BDS) Course until he/she has:

A.           Completed the age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st of December of the year of his/her admission to the BDS Course.

B.          Passed Higher Secondary Part II examination (10+2) pattern of the Jammu & Kashmir State Board of School Education or any other examination recognized equivalent thereto with not less than 50% marks ( 40% in case of reserved category) in the aggregate in the subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology  & the selection of the students shall be  based solely on merit . 

St. 04:  Nature & Duration of Course.

 

The undergraduate dental training programme leading to BDS degree shall be of 5 years with 240 teaching days in each academic year. During this period, the student shall be required to have engaged in full time study at a dental college recognized or approved by the Dental Council of India.

 

St. 05:              SCHEME OF EXAMINATION:

            The scheme of examination for B.D.S Course shall be divided into :

a).    Ist B.D.S examination at the end of the first academic year.

b).    2nd B.D.S examination at the end of second academic year.

c).    3rd B.D.S examination at the end of third academic year.

d).    4th B.D.S  examination at the end of fourth  academic year.

e).     Final B.D.S examination at the end of fifth academic year.

  

                The examination shall be open to a candidate who satisfies the requirements of attendance, progress and other pre-requisites laid down in these statutes.

The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & Final Year professional examinations shall be held twice in a year. The supplementary examination shall be held after six months from the date of commencement of main examination and at such places as may be fixed by the University from time to time.

A candidate, who fails in the main examination, shall be eligible to appear in the supplementary examination and if he/she fails again in the supplementary examination, he/she shall be eligible to appear in the subsequent main examination of his/her junior batch.

St. 06:       Title of Course & subjects from 1st to Final Year

I.B.D.S Examination:

 i)     General Human Anatomy including Embryology and Histology

ii)     General Human Physiology.

iii).   Bio- Chemistry , Nutrition and Dietics.

iv)    Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Oral Histology

                   

II.B.D.S Examination:

                    A candidate who has successfully completed the Ist B.D.S examination can  appear in the IInd B.D.S Examination.

 i)        General Pathology .

ii).       Microbiology.

iii)      General and Dental Pharmacology and Therapeutics

iv)       Dental Materials

v)        Pre clinical Conservative ( only Practical and Viva Voce).

vi)       Pre clinical Prosthodontics ( only Practical and Viva Voce).

  

III.B.D.S Examination:

   A candidate who has successfully completed the 2nd B.D.S examination can appear in IIIrd B.D.S examination.

i)         General Medicine

ii)        General Surgery

iii)      Oral Pathology and Microbiology

 

IV B.D.S Examination:

               A candidate who has successfully completed the 3rd B.D.S examination can appear in IVth B.D.S examination.

i)         Oral Medicine & Radiology

ii)        Paediatric & Preventive Dentistry.

iii)      Orthodontics  & Dentofacial Orthopaedics.

iv)       Periodontology.

 

Final   B.D.S Examination:

A candidate who has successfully completed the IVth B.D.S examination can appear in Final B.D.S examination.

 i)         Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge

ii)        Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics

iii)      Oral Surgery & Maxillofacial Surgery.

iv)       Public Health Dentistry.                           

 

St. 07:         Promotions from Lower Class to Higher class:

              Any candidate who fails in one subject in an Examination shall be permitted to go to the next higher class and appear for the subject with supplementary/subsequent examination and complete it successfully before he is permitted to appear for the next higher examination.

 

A candidate who has secured a pass in a  subject in  any Professional examination shall be exempted from appearing in that subject again at a subsequent examination.

 

A candidate who fails in more than one subject of any Professional examination shall not be allowed to join the next higher class unless he/she has passed in the subject(s) in which he/she has failed in the previous examination.

 

A candidate who appears in  any Professional examination and whose results are awaited/withheld for one reason or the other, shall be allowed provisionally to attend the next higher class. In the case of candidates who pass the examination in full, their provisional admission to the next higher professional class shall be deemed to have been regularized from the date of joining the said higher professional class. But, in case , the candidate who fails in more than one subject of the any professional examination, the provisional admission to the next higher professional class shall stand automatically cancelled.

A candidate who fails to appear in or to pass the 1st professional examination in six attempts within a period of 3 years from the date of 1st examination of the batch of students with which he/she was admitted to the Dental College, shall not be allowed to continue his/her Dental Studies.

St. 08:         Written Examination:

 

1.  The written examination in each subject shall consist of one paper of three hours duration and shall have maximum marks of 70.

 

2.   The question paper shall contain different types of questions like essay, short answer and objective type / M.C.Q’s.

 

3.   The nature of questions set, shall be aimed to evaluate students of different standards ranging from average to excellent.

 

4.   The questions shall cover a broad  area of the content of the course. The essay questions should be properly structured and the marks specifically allotted.

  

Practical/ Clinical Examination:

 1. Scheme of clinical and practical examinations:  The practical and clinical examinations should be evaluated by two examiners, of which one shall be Internal Examiner & another External examiner, appointed from other universities preferably outside the State. Each candidate should be evaluated by each examiner independently and marks computed at the end of the examination.

 

Marks distribution in each subject:

Each subject shall have a maximum of 200 marks.

Theory                                   100

Practical/ Clinical                               100

 

Theory – 100                                       Practicals/ clinicals – 100

University written exam                     70          University Exam                                 90

Viva Voce                                                               20

Internal assessment (written)                      10                Internal assessment (Written)           10

---------- ---------                                         ----------                                                                                          ---------

Total                                                                      100                                                                                         100

---------- ----------                                        ----------                                                                                          ---------

 

Practical and Viva Voce only in University Examination

 

Pre-clinical Prosthodontics

Pre-clinical Conservative Dentistry…….

Internal Assessment                           -               20

Practical                                                -            60

Viva Voce                                              -             20

                                                                      ----------

                                                                              100

                                                                      -----------

St. 09:  Duration of examination:

Each written paper shall be of three hours duration and each practical/clinical examination shall ordinarily be conducted for 25 students in one day.

 

St. 10:  INTERNAL ASSESSMENT EXAMINATION

The continuing assessment examinations may be held frequently at least 3 times in a particular  academic year and the average marks of these examinations should be considered. 10% of the total marks in each subject  separately for theory and practical/clinical examination, in addition to day-to-day academic records, attendance and behaviour of the candidate,  shall be set aside for the internal assessment of the candidate.

 

St. 11:  Criteria for a pass:

Fifty percent of the total marks in any subject computed as aggregate for theory, i.e., written, viva voce and internal assessment and practicals including internal assessment, separately is essential for a pass in all years of study.

For declaration of pass in a subject, a candidate shall secure 50% marks in the University examination both in Theory and Practical/ Clinical examinations separately, as stipulated below:

 

▪     A candidate shall secure 50% marks in aggregate in University theory including Viva Voce and internal assessment obtained in University written examination combined together .

􀂾      In the University Practical/ clinical examination, a candidate shall secure 50% of University practical marks and Internal Assessment combined together .

 

􀂾      In case of pre clinical Prosthetic Dentistry and Pre clinical conservative dentistry in II BDS, where there is no written examination, minimum for pass is 50% of marks in Practical and Viva voce combined together in University examination including Internal Assessment i.e. 50/100 marks.

 

􀂾      Successful candidates who obtain 65% of the total marks or more, in aggregate in any professional BDS examination, shall be declared to have passed the examination in First Class. Other successful candidates will be placed in Second Class. A candidate who obtains 75%  or above within the minimum time prescribed, in aggregate in theory/practical in any subject, shall be declared to have  passed with distinction in that particular subject. Only those candidates who pass the whole examination in the first attempt will be eligible for distinction or class.

□     Candidates passing an examination of BDS course as a supplementary batch shall not be eligible for the award of scholarship , prize or Distinction.

St. 12:              Provided that a candidate having appeared in the examination under any category viz. full, exemption or illness  whether in the main or subsequent examination fails in the examination by 05 marks in a subject, provided he fails only in one subject in that particular year/semester shall be deemed to have passed the examination.

                        The Controller of Examinations shall publish a Result Gazette indicating the Roll No’s and names of the successful candidates with distinction, if any, obtained in a subject and the Roll No’s of the candidates having been placed under the category of exemption and those whose result is withheld for one reason or the other.

St. 13:              Revaluation: The objective of revaluation is to ensure that the student receives a fair evaluation in the university examination and to minimize human error and extenuating circumstances. There shall be two mechanisms for this purpose.

 

1. Re-totalling: The University on application and remittance of a stipulated fee to be prescribed by the university, shall permit a recounting or opportunity to recount the marks received for various questions in an answer paper/ papers for theory of all subjects for which the candidate has appeared in the university examination. Any error in addition of the marks awarded if identified should be suitably rectified.

 

2. Re-valuation: Re-valuation of theory papers in all years of study of the BDS course may be permissible by the university on application and remittance of a prescribed fee. Such answer scripts shall be re-evaluated by not less than two duly qualified examiners and the average obtained shall be awarded to the candidate and the result accordingly reconsidered.

 

St. 14:              Qualification & experience to be eligible for examinership for BDS examination

 

1. M.D.S. Degree from a recognized Institution

 

2. 4 years teaching experience in the subject in a dental college after MDS

 

3. Should be holding the post of a Assistant Professor/Reader or above in a Dental Institution approved/recognised by the Dental Council of India for B.D.S.

 

St. 15:  Setting of question Papers from 1st to Final professional

In each subject for setting of Theory question paper the entire syllabus should be divided into section A and section B each comprising 50% of the syllabus and each section shall have 50% of total marks allotted for theory. Question paper for the Section A to be set by the internal examiner and section B by the External examiner and concerned Internal Examiner/HOD shall be the moderator and the external examiner should be from the concerned specialty or allied specialty as per DCI guidelines.

 

Note:

 

1.             In case of Dental Materials, if internal is from Prosthodontics, external should be from Conservative Dentistry and vice versa

 

50% of Examiners appointed shall be external from Medical/Dental Institutions approved/recognised by the Dental Council of India for B.D.S. Course, from other University, preferably from outside the State.

 

No person shall be an external Examiner to the same University for more than 3 consecutive years. However, if there is a break of one year the person can be re-appointed.

 

St. 16:  Migration:

(1)  Migration from one dental college to other is not a right of a student. However, migration of students from one dental college to another dental college in India may be considered by the Dental Council of India only in exceptional cases or extreme compassionate grounds*, provided following criteria are fulfilled. Routine migrations on other grounds shall not be allowed.

(2)  Both the colleges, i.e. one at which the student is studying at present and one to which migration is sought, are recognised by the Dental Council of India & similar curriculum are followed by both the colleges.

(3)    The applicant candidate should have passed first professional BDS examination.

(4)   The applicant candidate submits his application for migration, complete in all respects, to all authorities concerned within a period of one month of passing (declaration of results) the first professional Bachelor of Dental Surgery(BDS) examination.

a.      The migrated student based on his date of joining the institution shall be adjusted with the fresh available batch Main/Supplementary of 2nd BDS, so as to be eligible for subsequent 2nd Professional Exam.]

 

b.       Migration during clinical course of (3rd to final year) study shall not be allowed on any ground.

c.     The number of student’s migration to the University from outside the jurisdiction of the university shall not exceed the limit of 5% of the intake capacity of the college concerned subject to the maximum of 5 students in a academic year.

d.    Intimation about the admission of migrated students in the Dental College of the University shall be sent to the Dental Council of India as soon as the migration is sanctioned by the authorities.

Note 1:

(i)       Migration  is permitted only in the beginning of IInd year BDS Course in recognized institution.

(ii)    All applications for migration shall be referred to Dental Council of India by college authorities. No institution/University shall allow migrations directly without the prior approval of the council.

(iii)   Council reserves the right, not to entertain any application which is not under the prescribed compassionate grounds and also to take independent decisions where applicant has been allowed to migrate without referring the same to the Council.

Note 2: * Compassionate grounds criteria:

(i)       Death of a supporting guardian.

(ii)      Disturbed conditions as declared by Government in the Dental College area.

(iii)   Illness of candidate causing disability to be certified by the Principal of a Medical/Medical Superintend/ Chief Medical Officer, where the transferer Dental College is located.

St. 17:  Attendance requirement, Progress and Conduct

        A candidate shall not be allowed to sit in the examination unless he/she is recommended by the concerned H.O.D.

 (i)  75% In theory and 75% in Practical/ clinical in each subject in each year.

b)    In case of subject in which there is no examination at the end of the academic year/semester, the percentage of  attendance  shall not be less than 70% l. However, at the time of appearing for the professional examination in the subject, the aggregate percentage of attendance in the subject should satisfy the condition (i) above.

C)    Provided that deficiency upto 10 % lecturers & 10% Practical’s may be condoned by the Principal on the grounds of illness or any other sufficient cause duly recommended by the concerned HOD to the satisfaction of the Principal

St. 18:  Subjects of Study:

First Year

i)     General Human Anatomy including Embryology and Histology

ii)    General Human Physiology

iii). Bio Chemistry, Nutrition and Dietics.

iv)   Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Oral Histology

v)    Dental Materials

vi)   Preclinical  Prosthodontics  and Crown & Bridge.

Second Year

i)     General Pathology

ii)    Microbiology.

iii) General and Dental Pharmacology and Therapeutics

iv)   Dental Materials

v)    Pre clinical Conservative Dentistry

vi)   Pre clinical Prosthodontics and Crown & Bridge.

vii) Oral Pathology and Microbiology

Third Year

i)     General Medicine

ii)    General Surgery

iii)  Oral Pathology and Microbiology

iv)   Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics

v)    Oral Surgery & Maxillofacial Surgery.

vi)   Oral Medicine and Radiology

vii)  Orthodontics  & Dentofacial Orthopaedics.

viii) Paediatric & Preventive Dentistry.

ix)   Periodontology

x)    Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge

Fourth Year

i)     Orthodontics  & Dentofacial Orthopaedics.

ii)    Oral Medicine & Radiology

iii)  Paediatric & Preventive Dentistry.

iv)   Periodontology.

v)    Oral Surgery & Maxillofacial Surgery.

vi)    Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge

vii)  Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics .

viii) Public Health Dentistry.                   

Fifth Year

i)     Oral Surgery & Maxillofacial Surgery.

ii)   Conservative Dentistry including Endodontics

iii)  Prosthodontics and Crown and Bridge

                                iv)   Public Health Dentistry.