B.H.M.S. Graded Degree Course

1.    Short Title                           2.    Definition                                                   9.       Homoeopathy (Degree Course)
3.    Course of Study                4.    Admission to Course                                      Regulation updated on       
5.    The Subjects                      6.    Syllabus                                                                25th Sept., 2003  by
7.    Examination                          8.    Result & Readmission to Examination  "Central Council of Homoeopathy"          
9.    Examiners                                                                                                                        and Published in 
10.  Appendix (Drug list)                                                                                                   'The Gazette of India"

Scheme of marks & Distribution of syllabus according to weightage for drawing of Question Paper


(1)    Short  title and commencement :

        In exercise of power conferred by clause _____________ of section ___________ and sub section ____________
        of (North Gujarat University) Act 1986 after recommendation from Board of study / faculty of Homoeopathy under       (North Gujarat University) marks following regulations namely HOMOEOPATHY Graded Degree Course - BHMS      Regulation 2002.    

(2)    Definitions :

        In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires.
        (1)    "Act" means the Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973 (59 of  1973),
        (2)    "Courses" means the Course of study in Homoeopathy, namely :- 
                (a)  D.H.M.S. (Diploma in Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery) and
                (b)  B.H.M.S. (Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery),
        (3)    "Diploma" means a diploma in Homoeopathy as defined in clause (iii) of regulation 2 of the Homoeopathy 
                 (Diploma Course) Regulation, 1983.
        (4)    "Degree" means a Degree in Homoeopathy as provided in regulation 3 of these regulations of a Degree as defined
                 in clause (iv) of regulation 2 of the Homoeopathy (Degree Course) Regulations, 1983.
        (5)    "Homoeopathic College" means a Homoeopathic Medical College affiliated to a Board or University and 
                 recognized by the Central Council.
        (6)    "Inspector" means Medical Inspector appointed under sub-section (1) of section 17 of the Act;
        (7)    "President" means the President of the Central Council;
        (8)    "Second Schedule" and "Third Schedule" mean the Second Schedule and Third Schedule respectively of the Act;
        (9)    "Syllabus" and "Curriculum" mean the syllabus and curriculum for different courses of study as specified by the
                 central council under these regulations, the Homoeopathy (Diploma Course) Regulations, 1983 and the 
                 Homoeopathy (Degree Course) Regulations, 1983.
        (10)   "Teaching experience" means teaching experience in the subject concerned in a Homoeopathic College or in a 
                  Hospital recognized by the Central Council;
        (11)   "Visitor" means a Visitor appointed under sub-section (1) of section 18 of the Act.

Course of  Study

3.        Graded Degree Course :   

         (1) The Degree Course of B.H.M.S. (Graded Degree) shall comprise a course of study consisting of the Curriculum and Syllabus provided in these regulations, spread over a period of two years including Compulsory Internship of six months' duration after passing the final Degree examination.

        (2) The Internship shall be undertaken at the Hospital attached to the Homoeopathic College and incases where such Hospital can not accommodate all of its students for internship such students may undertake Internship in a Homoeopathi Hospital or Dispensary run by the Central Government or State Government or local bodies.

        (3) At the completion of the Internship of the specified period and on the recommendation of the head of the institution where Internship was undertaken, the concerned Board or University, as the case may be shall issue the degree to the successful candidate.

Admission to Course

4.        Minimum qualification:    No candidate shall be admitted to the B.H.M.S. Graded Degree Course unless he has passed the final examination of a Diploma Course in Homoeopathy of not less than four year's duration.

5.        Subjects:    Subjects for study and examination of the B.H.M.S. (Graded Degree) Course shall be as under:-
                               (1) Practice of Homoeopathic medicine including paediatrics, Preventive and Social Medicine, Surgery, 
                                    Obstetrics and Gynecology and Systemic Pathology.
                                (2) Homoeopathic Material Medical (Applied and pure);
                                (3) Organon of Medicine, Homoeopathic Philosophy, Chronic diseases, Psychology and Logic and 

6.        Syllabus for Graded Degree Course :-    The following shall be the syllabus for the BHMS (Graded Degree) 
            Course, namely:-

           (1) Practice of Homoeopathic Medicine:- Homoeopathy has a distinct approach to discuses. It recognizes disease       neither by prominent symptoms nor by those of any organ or part of the body. It treats the patient as a whole and the totality of symptoms exhibited by him represents the disease. Merely the name of the condition from which he suffers is thus of no significance to a Homoeopath. Therefore, in the Graded Degree Course, the subject of Practice of Homoeopathic Medicine including Pediatrics, Preventive and Social Medicine, Surgery, Obstetics and Gyneacology and Systemic Pathology has been introduced on an integrated manner.

            Medicine is essentially a practical science with stress on systematic disease diagnostic pattern of case taking whereas Homoeopathic Medicine has a variation with stress on constitution, liking/disliking, thermal reaction, mental set up (including behavior) focusing individualization besides, systematic diseases diagnosis. Therefore, practice of  Homoeopathic Medicine becomes practical. Therefore the teaching and training at the bed-side approach is introduced to inculcate such practical aspects in the mind of the students, to prepare them true Homoeopathic. The  following is the course of study for Practice or Homoeopathic Medicine:

            A course of systematic instructions on the Principles and Practice of Homoeopathic Medicine inclusive of therapcutic 

            The instructions may be given in following manner during 1-1/2 years of clinical course in Practice of Homoeopathic 

            (A) A course of General and Systemic Pathology:
            (B) A course of Preventive and Social Medicine which includes communicable diseases, its prevention, environmental 
                  medicine and Family Welfare;
            (C) Paediatrics: The emphasis should be laid on growth and development of child and common discuses of children.
            (D) Surgery: A large number of conditions are amenable to internal medication in Homoeopathy. The scope of          Homoeopathy is much wider in the case with surgical dimensions but as supplement to be taught accordingly with that orientation.
                   Therefore, a course of instructions on the principles of surgery shall be-
                    (a) Practical instructions in surgical methods including Physiotherapy;
                    (b) Practical instructions in minor operative surgery;
                    (c) Lectures and demonstrations on radiology;
                    (d) Venereal diseases;
                    (e) Orthopedics;
                    (f) Dental Diseases;
                    (g) Surgical diseases of children;
                    (h) Neurosurgery;
                    (i) E.N.T.
                    (j) Opthalmology

                    Lectures and demonstration on surgical appliances and methods of Physiotherapy.

                    Instructions in these branches of medicine should be directed to the attainment of sufficient knowledge to ensure familiarity with the common conditions, their recognition and homoeopathic treatment.

         (E)     Obstetrics and Gynaecology: Students must be trained in special clinical methods of investigation for diagnosis    local conditions and discriminating cases where surgical intervention, either as a life saving measure or for removing mechanical obstacles is necessary. In this context Homoeopathy adopts the same attitude towards medicine and surgery.

                    A course of systematic instructions on the principles and practice of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Infant Hygiene with therapeutic prescribing should be given. Throughout the whole period of study, students should be directed towards the importance of diagnosis, prevention and management aspect of the conditions. The instructions in this branch of medicine should be directed to the attainment of sufficient knowledge to ensure familiarity with common conditions, recognition, recognition and treatment.

                    In addition to the subjects mentioned above, instructions in clinical medicine may be given on the diseases of different body systems including common diseases of skin.

            (F)   Homoeopathic Materia Medica :     

                    (a)    Homoeopathic Materia Medica : a) Homoepathic Materia is diffrently constructed as compted to other Meteria Medicas. Homoeopathy considers that study of the action of drugs on individual parts or system of the body or on animals or isolate organs is only a partial study of life processes under action and that it does not lead us to full appreciation of the action of the medicinal agent; the drug agent as a whole is lost sight of.
                    (b)    Essential and complete knowledge of the drug action as a whole car be supplied only by qualitative synoptic drug experiments on healthy persons and alone can make it possible to view all the scattered data in relation  to psychosomatic whole of a person; and it is just such a person as a whole to the knowledge of drug is to be applied.
                    (c)    The Homoeopathic Materia Medica consists of a schematic arrangement of symptoms produced by each drug incorporation no theories or explanations about their interoperation or inter-relationship. Each drug should be studied synthetically, analyzable and comparatively and this alone would enable a homoeopathic student to study each drug individually and as a whole and help him to be a good prescribe.
                    (d)    Polytheists and the most commonly indicated drugs for everyday ailments should be taken up first so that in the clinical classes or outdoor duties the students becomes familiar with their application. They should be  thoroughly dealt with explaining all comparisons and relationship. Students should be conversant with their sphere of action and family relationship
                            The less common and rare drugs should be taught in outline, emphasizing only their most salient features and symptoms. Rarer drugs should be dealt with later.
                   (e)    Tutorials must be introduced so that students in small number can be in close touch with teachers and can be helped study and understand Materia Medica in relation to its application in the treatment of the sick.
                    (f)    While teaching therapeutics an attempt should be made to recall the Materia Medica so that indication for drugs in a clinical conditions can directly flow out from the proving of the drugs concerned. The student should and not limit himself to memories a few drugs for a particular disease. This Hahnemanian approach  will not only him in understanding the proper perspective of  symptoms as applied and their curative value in sickness but will even lighten his burden as far as formal examinations are concerned. Otherwise the present trend produces the allopathic approach to treatment of diseases and is contradictory to the teaching of Organ on.

                            Application of  Materia Medica should be demonstrated from cases in the outdoor and hospital wards.

                            Lectures on comparative Materai Medica and therapeutics as well tutorials should be as far as possible be  integrated with lectures on clinical medicine in the various departments.

                    (g)    For the teaching of drugs the college should keep herbarium sheets and other specimens for demonstration  to the students. Lectures should be made interesting and slides of plants and materials may be projected.

                    (h)    (1) Introductory lectures:

                            Teaching of the Homeopathic Materia Medica should include:
                            (i) Nature and scope of Homoeopathic Materia Medica,
                            (ii) Sources of Homoepathic Materia Medica, and 
                            (iii) Different ways of studying the Materia Medica.                            

                            (2) The drugs to be taught under the following heads:
                            (i) Common name, natural order, habitat, part used, preparation.
                            (ii) Sources of drug proving.
                            (iii) Symptomatisation of the drug emphasizing the characteristics, symptoms and modalities.
                            (iv) Comparative study of drugs.
                            (v) Complementary, inimical, antidotal and concordant temedies.
                            (vi) Therapeutic application (Applied Material Medica) 

                            (3) A study of 12 tissue remedies according to Schussler's biochemic system of medicine.

                            The list of dtugs to be taught in BHMS (Grade Degree Course) are as per Appendix.

                    (G)   Organon and Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy: Hahnemann's Organon of Medicine is the high water mark of medical philosophy. It is an original contribution in the field of medicine in a codified form. A study  of the Organon as well as of the history of Homoeopathy and its founder's life story will show that  Homoeopathy is a product of application of the inductive logical method of reasoning to the solution of one of the greatest problems of humanity namely the treatment and cure of the sick. A through acquaintance  with the fundamental principles of logic, both deductive and inductive is therefore essential. The Organon Should accordingly be taught in such a manner as to make to the students the implications of the principles  by which Homoeopathy was worked out and built up and with which a Homoeopathic physician has to  conduct his daily work with ease and facility in treating every concrete individual case.

                             The practical portions should be thoroughly understood and remembered for guidance practical work as
                             a physician.  

                    1.       Introductory lectures - 10 hours.

                              (a)    What is Homoeopathy?

                                       It is merely a special form of therapeutics, but a complete system of medicine with its distinct 
                               approach  to life, health, disease, remedy and cure. Its holistic, individualistic and dynamistic approach
                               to life, health, disease, remedy and cure. It is out logical and objective basis of approach. Homoeopathy
                               is nothing but an objective and rational system of medicine. Homoeopathy is thoroughly  is scientific in its
                               approach and methods. It is based on observed facts and data on inductive and deductive logic 
                               inseparably related with observed facts and data.

                               (b)    Distinct approach of Homoeopathy to all the preclinical, clinical, and Para clinical subjects. 
                               (c)    Preliminary idea about all the pre-clinical,
                               (d)    Hahnemann's oranon 5th and 6th Editions - Aphorism 1 to 294.
                               (e)    Homoeopathic Philosophy (i) Kent's lecturers in Homeopathic Philosophy (ii)  Stuart close-lecturer
                                       and Essays on Homoeopathic Philosophy (The Genius of Homoeopathy) (iii) H.Robert's Art of 
                                       cure by Homoeopathy (iv) Dunhum's Science of Therapeutics,
                                (i)    During the lecturer on Homoeopathic Philosophy, the following items should be elucidated,
                                        (i)    The scope of Homoeopathy.
                                        (ii)    The logic of Homoeopathy,
                                        (iii)   Life, Health, Disease and Indisposition,
                                        (iv)   Susceptibility, Reaction and immunity,
                                        (v)    General philosophy of Homoeopathic theory of acute and chromic miasma,
                                        (vi)   Homoeopathic posology,
                                        (vii)  Potentisation and the Infinitesimal does and the drug potency,
                                        (viii) Examination of the patient form the homoeopathic point of view,
                                        (x)   The value of symptoms,
                                        (xi)  The homoeopathic aggravation.
                                        (xii)  Prognosis after observing the action of the remedy,
                                        (xiii) The second prescription,
                                        (xiv) Difficult and incurable cases-Palliation.

                                (g)    Introduction to organon (5th and 6th Editions),

                                (h)    History of Homoeopathic Medicine - Medicine as it existed during Hahnemann's time, early life of Hahnemann; his disgust with the existing system of treatment; his discovery of the law of similars; History of the late life of Hahnemann; introduction of Homoeopathy in various countries Pioneers of Homoeopathy and their contributions.

    Development of Homoeopathy upto the present day. The present trends in the development of Homoeopathy. Influence of Homoeopathy on other systems of medicine.

(i) Hahnemann's Chronic Diseases, 

(j) A. Lecture on doctrinal part (Aphorisms 1-70) topic-wise discussion:
    (i) Aim of physician and highest ideal of cure Aph. 1 and 2,
    (ii) Knowledge of physician-Aph. 3 and 4
    (iii) Knowledge of disease which supplies the indication - Aph. 5 to 19,
    (iv) Knowledge of medicines-Aph.19 to 21,
    (v) Evaluation of Homoeopathic method from other methods of treatment Aph. 22 to 69,
    (vi) Summary-three conditions for cure-Aph.70.

    B. Lectures on practical part of organon is to be divided into and taught under the following subjects:-
    (a) What is necessary to be known in order to cure the disease and case taking methods. Aph.-70 to 104.
    (b) The pathogenetic powers of medicine, i.e. drug proving or how to acquire knowledge of medicine Aph. 
         105 - 145.
    (c) How to choose the right medicine Aph. - 147, 148, 149, 150, 153, 155.
    (d) The right dose-Aph.185, 186, 187, 189, 190, 191, 196, 197, 199, 201, 202 and 203.
    (e) Chronic disease -Aph.204, 206 and 208.
    (f) Mental disease -Aph.210-230.
    (g) Intermittent disease -Aph.231, 232, 236, 237, 238, 240, 241, 242.
    (h) Diet, regimen and the modes of employing medicine -Aph. 245, 246, 247, 248, 252, 253, 257, 259, 
         262, 263, 269, 270, 271, 273, 275, 276, 278, 280, 286, 289, 290 and 291.

    C. Clinical lectures on both in and out patient departments. Examination of the patient from Homoeopathic 
         point of view:
        (a) Disease determination
        (b) Disease individualisation
        (c) Evaluation of symptoms.  }
                                                    }                  The value of symptoms.
        (d) Gradation of symptoms.   }
        (e) Selection of medicine and potency and repetition of dose.
        (f)  Disease aggravation or Homeopathic aggravation.
        (g) Miasmatic diagnosis.
        (h) Second prescription.
        (i)  Prognosis after observing the action action of the remedy.        

(H)   Psychology :
        Introduction to normal psychology :

        (a)    Definition of Psychology as a science and its difference from other sciences.
        (b)    Conception of the mind.
        (c)    Mesmar and his theory, Hypnotims structure of conscious, Development of Libide.
        (d)    Fraud and his theory-Dynamics of the unconsciousness.
        (f)     Relation between mind body in health and disease.
        (g)    Perception, Imagination, Ideation, Intelligence.
        (h)    Cognition, Conation, After, Instinct,  Sentiment, Behaviours. 

 (I)    Homoeopathic Repertory :

        Homoeopathic Materia Mediaca is an encyclopedia of symptoms. No mind can memorize all the 
        symptoms of all the drugs together with their characteristics gradation. The Repertory is an index, a 
        catalogue of the symptoms of the Materia Medica, neatly arrange in a practical form, and also indicating 
        the relative gradation of drugs, and it greatly,  facilitates quick selection of the indicated remedy. It is 
        impossible to practice Homoeopathic without the aid of  Repertories, and the best repertory is that fullest.

        It is possible to obtain the needed correspondence between drugs and disease condition in a variety of 
        ways and degrees are therefore different types of repertories, each with its own distinctive advantages in 
        finding the similimum. Case Taking: Difficulties of taking a chronic case. Recording of case and usefulness 
        of record keeping. 

1.    tality of symptoms, prescribing symptoms; uncommon, peculiar and characteristics symptoms, general
       and particular symptoms; eliminating symptoms analysis of the case, uncommon and common symptoms
       gradation and evaluation of symptoms; importance of mental symptoms, kinds and sources of general

       (a)    History of Repertories.
       (b)    Types of Repertories.
       (c)    Demonstration of three cases worked on Boenningghausen.
       (d)    Kent's Repertory - advanced study with case demonstration.
       (e)    Bogar Boenningghausen Repertory - his contribution to repertory.
       (f)     Card Repertory with demonstration of five cases, limitation and advantages of Card repertories,
                theoretical lectures with demonstrations.

Practical :  Students are to repertories :

        (1)    15 short cases on Kent,
        (2)    10 Chronic (Long cases on Kent)
        (3)    05 Cases to be cross checked.   



Admission to examination, scheme of examination etc.       


    (1)    A candidate who fulfills any of the following conditions may be admitted to the B.H.M.S. (Graded
            Degree Course) examination :-

            (a)    he holds a Diploma in Homoeopathy or has passed an equivalent examination and has regularly
                    attended the following theoretical and practical courses of instructions in the subject of the 
                    examination over a period of atleast 1/2 years subsequent to his passing the Diploma examination
                    in a Homoeopathic College to the satisfaction of the Principal of the college.
            (b)   A teachers of Homoeopathic College or Homoeopathic Physicians working in Homoeopathic
                    Dispensaries holding a Diploma obtained after 4 years of study or possessing qualification in the
                    Third Schedule of the Act and having a minimum of three veers of regular teaching or clinical
            (c)    not being a teacher of a Homoeopathic College or a Homoeopathic Physician in a Dispensary
                    or Hospital run by the Central Government or a State Government, he holds a Diploma in
                    Homoeopathy obtained after 4 years of study or possesses qualification included in the third 
                    schedule of the Act, and has eight years professional experience.

                    the course of minimum number of lectures, demonstrations and practical / clinical classes in the
                    subjects shall be as follows :


                    Subjects                                        Theoretical                                 Practical / Tutorial /
                                                                                                                               Clinical classes.


                    Introductory Lectures                    150                                            (Including demonstration,
                                                                                                                           practical classes.)
                    Pathology                                     40 hrs.                                        20 hrs.
                    Biochemistry                                40 hrs.                                        20 hrs.
                    Preventive, Social Medicine in
                    clouding health education &                           
                    Family Medicine.                      60 hrs.                                          20 hrs.   
                    Repertory                                   80 hrs.                                          50 hrs.
                    Materia-Media including
                    Pharmacological action of drugs    200 hrs.                                      100 hrs (2 months of clinical
                                                                        (in 1.1/2 years)                            training in homeo, OPD & 
                                                                                                                           IPD as clinical 
                    Organon & Philosophy                100 (in 1.1/2 years)                      75
                    Practice of Medicine in cluding
                    homoeopathic thera peutics        200 (in 1.1/2 years)                    100 - (2 months of clinical
                                                                                                                          training in OPD & IPD as 
                                                                                                                          clinical clerkship)

                    Children's diseases Mental diseases    40  40 (including        15
                                                                              Homoe. Therap)                  15
                    Skin diseases                                      20 (Homoe. Therap)        15

                    Surgery including homoeopathic          150 (in 1.1/2 years)            100 - (2 months of clinical
                    therapeutics                                                                                  training in OPD & IPD as
                                                                                                                        clinical clerkship)

                    E.N.T.                                                15                                     15
                    Eye                                                     25                                     15
                    Dental                                                15                                     10
                    Radiology                                         15                                     10
                    Obstetric & Gynaecology              100                                     50 (2 months of training in
                    including Homoe. therapeutics                                                       OPD & IPD as clinical
                    and infant Hygiene.                                                                        clerkship)

    Note :     The total number of minimum hours prescribed in 1.1/2 years comes to 2000 during the course
                    and these hours should be utilized fully for teaching and training programme.               

        *         The students should be given introductory  lectures on the importance of Biochemistry and 
                   Pathology in Homoeopathic practice acquaintance with pharmacological action of some of the
                   commonly used modern drugs so as to give them idea about iatrogenic diseases caused by these modern drugs. They should also exposed to the greater details about the history of medicine in
                   general with special reference to the emergence of Homoeopathy; contribution.

                   Made by Hahmemann to medicine in general; the history of the development of Homoeopathy in India; a brief study of logic psychology and psychitatry and introduction to Biostastistics; the role
                   of 'physicine in the changing society; national health and Family Welfare needs and  programmes; applied Materia Medica and the diseases; various schools of thought in Homoeopathy and their critical evaluation; comparative study of fundamental concept of treatment in various system of       medicine.

                   Greater emphasis should be laid on teaching of homoeopathic materia medica with the help of 
                   drug pictures of important drugs and on the homoeopathic philosophy.

            (2)   The B.H.M.S. Graded Degree examination shall be divided into two Parts-Part-I and Part=II. 
                    The examination in Part-I shall be held at the end of six months and Part=II at the end of eighteen months.

            (3)  Candidate must clear all papers of Part-I examination at-least six months before appearing in  the papers of Part-II examination. 

                   Provided the candidates enrolled in B.H.M.S. Graded examinations under proviso of clause (a) 
                   and under clause (b) of sub-regulation (i.) of regulation 7 of principal Regulations shall have an option to take the examinations in Part-I and Part-II jointly at the end of 18 months.

            (4)   All the three major subjects shall be divided into Part-1 and Part-2 examinations.

            (5)   The examinations shall consist of theoretical papers and practical / clinical including oral 
            (6)   Pass marks in all the subject, both Homoeopathic and Allied subjects shall be 50% in written and 50%  in practical, including oral.
            (7)   A candidate who obtained at least 75% marks or above in aggregate in all subject shall be          deemed to have passed the examination with honors, provided that he has passed the examination in first attempt.


            (a)    The examination in practice of Homoeopathic Medicine shall consist of two written papers and
                     an oral including clinical examination.

                     The written paper I shall cover the following subjects; Preventive and Social medicine including
                     General and Systemic Pathology.

                     The written paper - II shall cover the following subjects in two sections:

              Section - I :    Clinical features of Obstetrics and Gynaecology including Paediatrics.
              Section - II :   Homoeopathic Therapeutics.

             (b)    The examination in Meterai Medica shall consist of one written paper and one practical 
                     examination. The written paper shall be divided into two sections :

             Section - I :  Drugs from the list of Drugs in Appendix.
             Section - II : Comparative Materia Medica and applied Materia Medica.

            (c)    he examination in Organon of  Medicine shall consist of one written paper and one practical
                    including oral examination. The written papers shall cover Aphorism 1-294, psychology and
                    Logic, with question on Repertory and Case taking.

            (8)    Full marks for each subject and minimum number of marks required for passing shall be as 
                     follows :


                    Subject                                    Written                Oral (including practical)         Total
                                                                Full        Pass        Full              Pass                Full     Pass          


           1.    Practice of Homoeopathic      200        100        100                50                300       150
                  Medicine (including 
                  Preventive and social
                  Medicine, Pathology, 
                  Obstetrics and Gynacology
                  and Paediatics)                        
           2.    Materia Medica                    100           50         100                50                200     100
           3.    Organon of Medicine,
                  Homoeopathic Philosophy
                  including psychology and 
                  logic                                     100            50        100                50                200    100                

            (9)    Marks for oral including practical for each subject shall be divided as under :

                (a   Practical of Homoeopathic Medicine :

                        Macro-scopic and Microscopic spotting of specimens            -    40 Marks
                        Case presentation of Gynaecology and Obstetics                    -    25  Marks
                                                                                          -    25  Marks
                                                           -    10  Marks

               (b   Materia Medica :   

                       Case presentation with report                                                        -    50  Marks
         -    40  Marks
    -    10  Makrs

               (c)    Organon of Medicine :     

                       Case presentation with analysis and evaluation                         -    30 Makrs
                                                                              -    30  Marks
          -    30  Marks
-    10  Marks 

          PART - II    

            (a)    The examination in Practice of Homoeopathic Medicine shall consist of two written papers and
                    one practical / clinical including oral examination. The written paper I shall cover the following
                    into two section.

            Section - I :    Practice of  Medicine.
            Section - II :   Homoeopathic Therapeutics.

            The written paper - II shall cover the following in two sections :-

            Section - I :    Surgery with Gynaecology, ENT, Orthopaedics, Dentistry.
            Section - II :   Homoeopathic Therapeutics

            (b)    The examination in Materia Medica shall consist of one written paper and one practical paper.
                     The written paper shall be divided into two sections :

            Section - I :     Drugs from the list drugs in Appendix.
            Section - II :    Comparative Materia Medica and Applied Materia Medica.

            (c)    The examination in Organon of Medicine and Homoeopathic Philosophy shall consist of one 
                     written paper and one oral including bed-side clinical examination. The written paper shall consist
                     of the following two sections :

            Section - I :      Homoeopathic Philosophy, concept of Homoeopathic Art of cure with reference to 
                                    kent, Robert, Stuart Close and others.
            Section - II :     Detailed fundamental causes of diseases i.e. miasma theory of its logical interpretations
                                    as applied in practice.

            (10)    Full marks for each subject and minimum number of marks required for passing shall be as
                       follows :-  


                    Subject                                    Written                Oral (including practical)         Total
                                                                    Full        Pass        Full              Pass                Full     Pass          


           1.    Practice of Homoeopathic      200        100        100                50                300       150
                  Medicine including 
                  Surgery (with Homoeopathic
           2.    Materia Medica                        100           50         100                50                200     100
           3.    Organon of Medicine,
                  Homoeopathic Philosophy    100            50        100                50                200    100                

       (11)    Full makrks for oral including practical for each subject shall be divided as under :-

                Practice of Homoeopathic Medicine :

                One long case with Homoeopathic management                        -    30  Marks
                One short case of Surgery with Homoeopathic managemen
t      -    30  Marks
                Oral including X-rays, instruments and speciments                     -    50  Mark

                Materia Medica :

                Case Presentation with regard to Homoeopathic remedies        -    50  Marks
                Oral                                                                                        -    40  Marks
                Journal                                                                                    -    10  Mark

                Organon of medicine :   

                Case Presentation with disease determination, second 
prescription                                                                            -    50  Marks
Oral                                                                                       -    50  Marks

       (12)    Results of Part- II shall be declared if a candidate takes the examination in both the Parts - I and
                 Part-II jointly and unless he has passed Part-I  examination

          5.    For regulation 8 of the principal regulations, the following regulation shall be substituted, namely :-

        "8 Results and readmission to examination :-  

        (1)    There shall not more than two examinations in an year with an interval of four to six months between
the examination.
        (2)    All the examinations shall ordinarily be held on such detes, time and place as the exmining body may
        (3)    Every candidate for admission to an examination shall, at least 21 days before the date fixed for the
                commencement of the examination, send to the authority
concerned his application in the presribed
                from along with the examination fee.
        (4)   The examining body shall as soon as may be after the examination publish a list of successful 
        (5)   Every candidate shall, on passing the examination, receive a certificate in the from prescribed by the
xamining body concerned.
        (6)    If a candidate fails to pass in all the subjects within the prescribed four chances, he shall be required
                to prosecute a further course of study in all the subjects of and in all parts for one year to the satis-
                faction of the head of the college and appear for examination in all the subjects

                Provided that if a student appearing for Part-II BHMS examination has only one subject to pass at 
                the end of prescribed chances, he shall be allowed to appear at the ne
xt examination in the particular
                subject and shall complete the examination with this special chance.
        (7)    The examining body may, under exceptional circumstances partially or wholly cancel any 
examination conducted by it under intimation to the Central Council of Homoeopathy and arrange for
                conducting the re-examination in those subjects within a period of thirty days from the date of such
        (8)    Grace marks shall be awarded to the students only on
exceptional circumstances on a general
                principle and norm fixed by the examining body from time to time

                (xi) The examining body may, under exceptional circumstances, partially or wholly cancel any 
                examination conducted by it under intimation to the Central Council of Homoeopathy and arrange
                for conducting the re-examination in those subjects within a period of thirty days from the date of 
                such can-cellation.
Examiners : (i) No person other than the holder of a Diploma obtained after 4 years' of study or a
                Degree in Homoeopathy or a person possessing qualification included in the third Schedule shall
                be appointed as internal or external examiner or paper - setter for the conduct of a professional
                examination for any of the B.H.M.S. (Graded Degree) course

                Provided that -

        (a)    no such person shall be appointed as an internal examiner unless he has at least three years teaching
                experience in the subject.
        (b)    no person below the rank of Reader / Assistant Professor in the subject of a Degree level institution
                shall be appointed as an internal examiner.
        (c)    no person shall be appointed as an external examiner in any allied medical subject unless he 
                possesses a recognized medical qualification as required for appointment to a teaching post in
                accordance with Annexure "E" of the Homoeopathy (Minimum Standard of Education) Regulations
        (d)    external examiner shall be drawn only from the teaching staff of Homoeopathic Colleges and College
                of Modern Medicine.
        (e)    not more than one-third of the total number of external examiners shall be drawn from amongst 
                practitioners in Homoeopathy or Modern Medicine who, in the opinion of the examining body, are
                practitioners of repute and who have obtained a Homoeopathic qualification or a medical 
                qualification recognized under the Indian Medical Council, Act, 1956.
        (f)    persons in Government employment may also be considered for appointment as external examiners
               provided they possess a medical qualification as specified in sub-regulation (e) above.
        (g)  a paper setter may be appointed as an internal or external examiner

              (i)    The examining body may appoint a single moderation or moderators not exceeding three in
                     number of moderating question papers.
              (ii)   Oral  and practical examinations shall as a rule be conducted by the respective internal examiners
                     with mutual co-operation. They shall each have 50% of the maximum marks out of which they
                     shall allot marks to the
candidate appearing at the examination according to their performance 
                     and the marks-sheet so prepared shall be signed by both the examiners. Either of the examiners
                     shall have the right to prepare and sign and send separate marks-sheet separately to the 
  examining  body together with his comments. The examining body shall take due note of such
comments but it shall declare results on the basis of the mark-sheets.
            (iii)    Every Homoeopathic College shall provide all facilities to the internal and external examiners
                     for the conduct of examinations, and the internal examiner shall make all preparations for holding
                     the examination.
(v)   The external examiner shall have the right to communicate to the examining body his views and
                      observations about any short comings or deficiencies in the facilities not provided by the 
Homoeopathic College.
              (vi)   He shall also submit a copy of his communication to the Central Council for such action as the
                      Central Council may consider fit



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