M. Phil Program
|Minimum QualificationsOther Entrance RequirementsDurationCourseworkResearch||Five years Bachelor’s Degree (MBBS or equivalent) andOne year house job in PM&DC recognized degree awarding institute or Masters degree in the relevant field of study from HEC approved university with minimum CGPA of 3.00 or equivalentMinimum 2 years, Maximum 4 years36 Credits12 Credits|
Ph. D Program
|Minimum QualificationsDurationCourseworkResearch||M. Phil Degree in relevant field of study from PM&DC/HEC recognized degree awarding institute with minimum CGPA of 3.00 or equivalentMinimum 3 years, Maximum 5 years18 Credits36 Credits|
DESCRIPTION OF M. Phil AND Ph. D PROGRAMS IN BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES
The M.Phil and Ph.D programs are offered in the fields of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology, and Hematology. The goal of this program is to prepare future teachers and researchers with a background of higher learning. These professionals are trained in skills and techniques so that they can provide services in diagnostic laboratories and conduct research in the field of basic medical sciences.
The M.Phil coursework comprises of:
- Major in the disciplines of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology, and Hematology and Oral Pathology
- [Courses of 20 credit hours in each discipline, compulsory requirement].
- Minor in any other than major disciplines.
- [Courses of 8 credit hours in a discipline, an interdisciplinary optional requirement].
- Research Methodology, Biostatistics and Pedagogy.
- [Courses of 06 credit hours, compulsory requirement for all disciplines].
- Synopsis 03 credit hours.
- Seminar and Journal Club 2 credit hours.
- Research component of 9 credit hours thesis.
Ph.D program comprises course work in a discipline of 18 credit hours and a thesis of 36 credit hours.