Course Structure of MBBS


The MBBS program has a time period of 4 and ½ years. At the end of the course, students will have a mandatory internship of one year. More details about the course are as follows.

Courses available in MBBS

Programs Offered

  • Anaesthesiology
  • Anatomy
  • Biochemistry
  • Community Medicine
  • Dermatology & Venereology
  • Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
  • Medicine
  • Microbiology
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopaedics
  • Otorhinolaryngology
  • Paediatrics
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacology
  • Physiology
  • Psychiatry
  • Surgery

Admission to the MBBS course

Admittance to the MBBS course is done as per as the scores obtained by the students in the admittance test carried out by the institutions concerned. There is reservation for certain sections of the society and it is as follows:

Out of the total 50 available seats

  • 7 (seven) seats - Scheduled Castes
  • 4 (four) seats - Scheduled Tribes
  • 5 (five) seats - Foreign Nationals whoa are chosen by the Indian government.

Remaining 34 (thirty four) are to be filled by general candidates as per as the scores got by them in the admission test.


Indian nationals who are applying after they complete class 10+2 must have above 55 percent marks in the admission tests carried out by the individual institutions. Graduates can also apply, provided that they have learned the science stream and has secured above 60% marks in their finals. Students of the reserved communities with a graduate degree in nursing or science (general and veterinary) with above 50 percent marks in their finals are eligible to apply too.


Foreign nationals who fulfill the criteria set by the Indian government must possess a least amount of 50% marks in Biology, English, Chemistry and Physics.

Admission requirements for foreign nationals

Students need to own a passport and a student’s visa issued from the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.

Number of Semesters

Students will have 9 semesters plus one year of compulsory internship.


Details bout the phases and the topics covered are:

  • Pre-clinical 1 – 2 : Two Semesters Anatomy, Bio-chemistry, Physiology
  • Para-clinical 3 – 5 : Three Semesters Community Medicine; Forensic Medicine, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Clinical postings in wards, OPDs
  • Clinical 6 – 9: Four Semesters Community Medicine, Medicine and allied subjects (Psychiatry, Dermatology) ;  Obstetrics and gynaecology.; Pediatrics; Surgery and allied subjects (Anesthesiology, E.N.T., Ophthalmology, Orthopedics);Clinical postings


Students have to do internship compulsorily. The total time period of Internship is 1 year. The posting details are given below:

  • Medicine - This specialty has the duration of 1 ½ months.
  • Surgery - This specialty has the duration of 1 ½ months
  • Rural - This specialty has the duration of 3 months
  • Paediatrics - This specialty has the duration of 1 month
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology - This specialty has the duration of 1 month
  • Casualty - This specialty has the duration of 1 month
  • Anaesthesiology - This specialty has the duration of 15 days
  • Ophthalmology - This specialty has the duration of 15 days
  • Elective - This specialty has the duration of 2 months

All this will make a total 12 months

During the period of internship, more importance will be given for realistic “hands-on” experience.  Interns will be given a stipend as per as the orders of the Indian government.



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14 Responses to “Course Structure of MBBS”

  1. 14

    my brother would like to join the course MMBS. he is studying in i have a doubt MMBS entrance exam is conducted in tamil or english. i need answer for my question imediatly.

  2. 13
    gaurav bahuguna:

    who can i crack afmc paper

  3. 12
    manish gautam:

    i want to know.i am12th pass 51.2 per.english subject with grace pass.can i apply mbbs entrance?

  4. 11
    dipendra JOshi:

    dear sir,madam
    I am 35 years old male ,this is dipendra From Nepal,i passed Intermadiate in science in bio group,i have been working in hospital as paramedic since 8 years.
    sir / madam i would like to study MBBS course .i would like to ask ,is there any age limite to study MBBS in india or not ? hope of soon reply

  5. 10
    baljit sharma parashar:

    when applications for entrance examinations will be available

  6. 9

    what is the the fee structure for an mbbs course??

  7. 8

    what is maximum marks in mbbs semesters and how can i top all the exams?what is the pass mark?

  8. 7
    trishla ghangas:

    how should i study for my 5th sem. exam. specially pharmacology?

  9. 6

    give details about admission to mbbs including entrance exam with mbbs fee structue.

  10. 5

    i completed fourth semester of MBBS. After that i did not attend fifth semester classes and final examination held after completion of fifth semester. I again want to continue my study. Please guide me as to whether i have to rejoin classes of 3rd and 4th semesters or i have to simply complete 5th semester to appear in final examination of second year?

  11. 4

    what is maximum marks in mbbs semesters and how can i top all the exams?what is the pass mark?

  12. 3

    i am currently pursuing my bachelor degree…i.e in final year…. i did my pu with the combination physics,chemistry,maths and biology in the year 2005-2007.. due to a personal reason i could not appear for cet/comedk for medical… so forcibly i had to take up degree… can i now write CET an join mbbs???wat is the procedure????

  13. 2

    what is maximum marks in mbbs semesters and how can i top all the exams?what is the pass mark?

  14. 1

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