Under Graduate Program

JIMS Modern Teaching Aids

JIMS Modern Teaching Aids

Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) course at JIMS Homoeopathic Medical College is for aduration of 5½ years which also includes one year compulsory internship post qualifying final BHMS examination.

BHMS course offered here is one off a kind. State of the art infrastructure, one to one student - teacher mentorship program, guest lectures, etc. sets JIMS apart from other colleges. JIMS not only focuses on the curriculum but also on the holistic development of each student.

JIMS Homoeopathic Medical College apart from conventional class room teaching and laboratory training, will focus on intensive clinical training through its fully functional hospital and outreach programs for the community to hone the core skills as homoeopathic physicians.

The Phase Distribution And Examination

Below table shows the distribution of terms and examination for BHMS course

Phase Terms Distribution University Examination
6 month 6 month 6 month
I 1 2 First BHMS Professional Examination during the Second Term
II 3 4 - Second BHMS Professional Examination during the fourth Term
III 5 6 Third BHMS Professional Examination during the Sixth Term.
IV 7 8 9 Final BHMS Professional Examination during the Ninth Term

  Gross Anatomy
  Regional Anatomy
   Clinical Anatomy
   Radiological Anatomy
  Applied Anatomy
  Dissection of whole human body

  Systematic & Experimental Physiology
  Principles of Bio-physics
  Growth & Development
  Nutrition & Dietetics
  Environmental Physiology
  Applied & Clinical Human Physiology

  Evolution and Relation of Homoeopathic Pharmacy to Organon.
  MateriaMedica and National Ecology.
  Drug Proving and Dynamization
  Study of Drug Substances
  Pharmacological action of Polycrest Medicine

  Fundamentals of Materia Medica
  Nature & Scope of Materia Medica
  Sources of Materia Medica
  Different ways of studying Materia Medica
  Study of Drugs from Source Book
  Acute, Chronic, Constitutional & Tissue Remedies
  Group studies of Remedies
  Portraits of Remedies

  Fundamentals of Homoeopathic Sciences
  Pioneers of Homoeopathy
  History of Medicine
  Organon of Homoeopathy
  Introduction, Theory, Practical and Practical Aspects of Philosophy
  Lectures on Doctrinal part

  General & Systematic Pathology
  General & Systemic Virology
  General Microbiology
  Protozoology & Helminthology
  Clinical Pathology
  Cytology, Histopathology

  Legal Procedures
  Medical Ethics
  Forensic Medicine
  Medico Legal Documentation

  Orientation on General and Systemic Clinical Examination
  Children diseases
  Psychiatric diseases
  Skin diseases
  Applied Interpretation of Investigations.
  Emergency procedures
  Infectious Disorders
  Nutritional Disorders
  Diseases of Respiratory System
  Hepato Biliary Disorders
  Musculo-Skeletal Disorders
  Cardiovascular Disorders
  Renal Disorders
  Endocrine Disorders
  CNS Disorders
  Homoeopathic Therapeutics

  Infant hygiene including Diseases of New Born
  Ante-natal Care & Normal Labor
  Abnormal Pregnancy & Assisted Labor
  Post-Natal Care
  Instruments & Appliances
  Interpretation of Investigation
  Homoeopathic Therapeutics

  General Surgery
  Systemic Surgery
  Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)
  Instruments & Appliances
  Interpretation of investigation data
  Pathological Specimens
  Radiological diagnosis
  Homoeopathic Therapeutics

  Environmental Sanitation
  Medical Statistics
  Maternal & Child health
  School health services
  Family Welfare & Public Health Administration
  Natural resources
  Biodiversity and its Conservations
  Environmental Health
  Solid Waste Management
  Disaster Management & Health
  Social Medicine & Environment
  Human Population & Environment

  Principles of Repertory
  History of Repertory
  Types of Repertory
  Scope & Limitations
  General Repertories – Kent
  BogerBonninghausen’s Characteristics
  Therapeutic Pocket Book
  Clinical Repertories
  Card Repertories
  Electronic Repertory