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(Table 3)

FACULTY AND STAFF REQUIREMENT FOR MBBS (BASIC SCIENCES)
Total no. of marks given for Faculty is 300. This is equally divided between Basic Sciences & Clinical Sciences.

Total Marks for Basic Sciences:150 Marks.

Department

Designation

Required Upto 100 Admissions

Required Upto 101 to 150 Admissions

Required Up 151 to 250 Admissions

Required Upto 251 to 300 Admissions

Required upto 301 to 350

Admissions

Anatomy
500 Teaching Hours

[250 Theory + 250 Practical]


Total Marks for Anatomy For first inspection (90) & subsequent insp.(30)

Professor

1 (25%)

1

1

1

2

Assoc Prof

1(25%)

1

2

3

4

Asstt. Prof

2(20%)

3

4

5

6

Demonstrator

8(20%)

9

12

14

16

Dissection Hall Attendant

2

2

4

6

8

*Curator of Museum

1

1

1

1

`1

Lab.Tech/Asst

2

3

4

6

8

Stenographer/ Computer Operator

1

1

2

2

3

Physiology
500 Teaching Hours

[250 Theory + 250 Practical]



Total Marks for Physiology For first inspection (90) & subsequent insp.(30)

Professor

1 (25%)

1

1

1

2

Assoc Prof

1(25%)

1

2

3

4

Asstt. Prof

2(20%)

3

4

5

6

Demonstrator

8(20%)

9

12

14

16




10% for the rest













Lab.Tech/Asst

2

3

4

6

8

Store Keeper

1

1

1

1

1

Stenographer/ Computer Operator

1

1

2

2

3

Biochemistry
300 Teaching Hours

[150 Theory + 150 Practical]

Hours increased
from 200 to 300

Total Marks for Biochemistry.For first inspection (60) & subsequent insp.(18)


Professor

1(25%)

1

1

1

2

Assoc. Prof

1(25%)

1

1

2

3

Asstt. Prof

1(20%)

2

2

2

3

Demonstrator

4(20%)

5

6

7

8




10 % for the rest













Lab. Technician / Assistant

1

2

2

3

4

Store Keeper

1

1

1

1

1

Stenographer/ Computer Operator

1

1

2

2

3

Pharmacology
300 Teaching Hours

[150 Theory + 150 Practical]



For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent inspection.Total Marks for Pharmacology

18


Professor

1(25%)

1

1

1

2

Assoc. Prof

1(25%)

1

2

3

4

Asstt. Prof

1(20%)

2

4

5

6

Demonstrator

6(20%)

7

12

14

16




10% for the rest













Pharmacist

1

1

1

1

1

Lab. Technician / Assistant

1

2

2

3

4

Store Keeper

1

1

1

1

1

Stenographer/ Computer Operator

1

1

2

2

3




Department

Designation

Required Upto 100 Admissions

Required Upto 101 to 150 Admissions

Required Up 151 to 250 Admissions

Required Upto 251 to 300 Admissions

Required upto 301 to 350

Admissions

Pathology

-Histopathology

-Microbiology

-Chemical Pathology

-heamatology

For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent inspection. Total marks is 30




Professor /Associate (one each in Histo pathology, microbiology. Chemical pathology/Haematalogy)

4 (1 in each)

(of which two shall be Professors)

35%


5 (1 in each) (of which two shall be Professors)

6 (1 in each) (of which two shall be Professors)

6 (1 in each) (of which three shall be Professors)

8

of which four shall be Professors



Assistant professors

4 (atleast 1 in each)

30%


5 (atleast 1 in each)

6 (atleast 1 in each)

7 (atleast 1 in each)

8 (atleast 1 in each)

Demonstrator

8

25%


10

12

14

16




10% for the rest













Lab. Assistant / Lab Tech.

4

6

8

10

12

Stenographer/ Computer Operator

1

1

2

3

4

Store Keeper

1

1

1

1

1

*Curator of Museum

1

1

1

1

1

*Forensic Medicine
100 Teaching Hours

[50 Theory + 50 Practical]



For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent inspection Total Marks for Forensic Medicine

6

Professor / Assoc. / Asstt. Prof.

2

3(of which one shall be a Professor/Assoc Prof)

3 of which one shall be a Professor)

4 of which one shall be a Professor)

5 of which one shall be a Professor)

Demonstrator

4

4

6

6

8




10% for the rest













Lab. Technician / Assistant

1

1

3

3

4

Stenographer/ Computer Operator

1

1

2

2

2

Store Keeper

1

1

1

1

2

Community Medicine
300 Teaching Hours

[150 Theory + 150 Practical]



For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent inspection Total Marks for Community Medicine

18

Professor

1(25%)

1

1

1

1

Assoc. Prof

1(25%)

1

2

2

2

Asstt. Prof

1(20%)

2

3

3

4

Demonstrator

4(20%)

6

8

8

8




10% for the rest













Medical Social Worker (1M+1F)

2

2

4

4

6

Stenographer/ Computer Operator

1

1

2

2

3



Note


  1. Keeping in view the dearth of qualified medical teachers in basic sciences, MPhil holder is eligible for Professor till 2020, however, nobody will be promoted upwards without PhD after this window period. Position shall be reviewed in 2020.

  2. Full complement of the Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry, as per these regulations, shall be demonstrated in the First Visit for recognition. 50% of the rest of the faculty in each department shall be acceptable for recognition. Full complement of all faculties shall be demonstrated once the students reach third year and this shall be verified by inspection. The 80% of the marks of the faculty in the first inspection for recognition of a medical college shall be dedicated to the basic sciences departments of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry.

  3. For Forensic Medicine additional Staff will be adjusted for the department required to do Medico legal services/ postgraduate programs.


FACULTY AND STAFF REQUIREMENT FOR MBBS (CLINICAL SCIENCES)

Total Marks: 150

Department

Designation

Required Upto 100 Admissions

Required Upto 101 to 150 Admissions

Required Up 151 to 250 Admissions

Required Upto 251 to 300 Admissions

Required upto 301 to 350

Admissions

*Medicine & Allied
800 Teaching Hours
[300 Theory + 500 Clinical)

For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent insp.
40 marks

Professor

2(30%)

2

3

3

4

Associate Professor

2(30%)

2

3

4

5

Asstt. Professor

2(20%)

4

6

6

8

Senior Registrar

2(20%)

4

6

7

8

Resident/Medical Officer

4

6

8

10

12

*Surgery & Allied
800 Teaching Hours
[300 Theory + 500 Clinical)

For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent insp.
40 marks

Professor

2(30%)

2

3

3

4

Associate Professor

2(30%)

2

3

4

5

Asstt. Professor

2(20%)

4

4

5

6

Senior Registrar

2(20%)

4

5

6

7

Resident/Medical Officer

4

6

8

10

12

*Obst. & Gynae06 Faculty Members with at least 01 Professor [300 teaching hours]

For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent insp.
18 marks

Professor

2(30%)

2

3

3

4

Associate Professor

2(30%)

2

3

4

5

Asst. Professor

2(20%)

3

4

5

6

Sr. Registrar

2(20%)

3

5

6

7

Resident/ Medical Officer

4

6

8

10

12




*Eye

[100 teaching hours]



For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent insp.
10 marks

Professor

1(40%)

1

2

2

2

Associate / Asst. Professor

1(35%)

2

2

2

2

Senior Registrar

1(25%)

1

2

2

2

Resident/ Medical Officer

3

4

8

10

12

*E.N.T

[100 teaching hours]



For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent insp.
10 marks

Professor

1(40%)

1

2

2

2

Associate / Asst. Professor

1(35%)

2

2

2

2

Senior Registrar

1(25%)

1

2

2

2

Resident/ Medical Officer

3

4

8

10

12

*Paediatric

[300 teaching hours]



For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required.

For subsequent insp.
17 marks

Professor

1(30%)

1

2

3

3

Assoc. Prof.

1(30%)

1

1

2

2

Asst. Professor

1(20%)

2

3

4

5

Senior Registrar

1(20%)

2

3

4

5

Resident/ Medical Officer

4

6

8

10

12

Orthopaedics

Calculated with Surgery



Professor

1

1

2

2

3

Assoc. Prof.

1

1

2

2

2

Asstt. Professor

1

1

2

2

2

Sr. Registrar

1

1

2

2

2

Resident/Registrar

2

4

6

8

10

*Psychiatry[100 teaching hours]

Behavorial Sciences[50 teaching hours]

Calculated with Medicine


Professor/Associate Prof. / Asst. Prof.

1

1

1

1

1

Senior Registrar

1

2










Resident/ Medical Officer

2

4

6

8

10

*Dermatology

Calculated with Medicine



Professor/Associate Prof. / Asst. Prof.

1

1

1

1

1

Senior Registrar

1

2

6

8

10

Resident/ Medical Officer

2

4













Anesthesiology/Critical Care

Calculate with Surgery



Professor

1

1

2

2

2

Assoc. Prof.

1

1

1

1

1

Asstt. Professor / Sr. Registrar

1

2

2

2

2

Medical Officer / Registrar

Adjustable according to workload

Medical Education

07 marks

Director (20 Grade)

( MBBS with PhD)/

Joint Director

(MBBS with Masters or pg diploma in education planning and management)



01(70%)


02

01

01


01

01


01

01


Asst. Director

(MBBS with Masters or pg diploma in education planning and management)



02(30%)

02

01

01

01

Radiology

(Diagnostic)



07 marks

Professor

1

1(40%)

2

2

2

Assoc. Prof.

1

2(35%)

1

1

1

Asstt. Professor / Sr. Registrar

1

2(25%)

2

2

2

Medical Officer / Registrar

Adjustable according to workload

Accident & Emergency Department (3-5 years window period)

Prof/ Associate/Asst. Professor

1

1










CMO

3 per shift

4 per shift

8

8

12

Radiographer

1 / shift

1 / shift

2 / shift

2 / shift

2 / shift



Note

Marks in different specialities are calculated according to the no. of Teaching hours. % of marks to be given to different level of faculty is mentioned is also mentioned. Subjects like Psychiatry and Dermatology should be calcualated with Medicine and Subjects like Orthopedics and Anaesthesia should be calculated with Surgery.

It is additional marks shall be given to Medical Education and Radiology.

Doctors performing any duty after 2400hrs shall not be required to come to duty before 1200hrs next day.



Optional Specialties: Units of Optional Sub-Specialties like Cardiology, Neurology, Nephrology Neuro-Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Cardiac Surgery, Urology, Oncology, Pulmonology, and Plastic Surgery etc. may be created in addition to the above specialties in all teaching hospitals, provided properly qualified persons and facilities are available in accordance with the Regulation of the PM&DC. Such specialty unit shall be under the respective Head of the Department of Medicine, Surgery etc. for teaching purposes.


Recommendations for Ancillary staff for 100 MBBS admissions from surgery and medicine shall be available as per need of workload. However, following staff is still retained:

1. Medical Record Officer 01

5. Deputy Librarian 3 / 100 intake

2. Statistician 1 / 100 intake

6. Photographer 1 / 100 intake

3. Animal attendant for animal house

7. Audiovisual Technician 1 / lecture hall

4.Chief Librarian 01

8. Nutritionist (01)







Note: (1) There shall be minor OT available in casualty department (2) There shall be also a blood bank with 24 hour service

68. FACULTY REQUIREMENT IN A DENTAL COLLEGE VIZ A VIZ NUMBER OF ANNUAL ADMISSIONS*



(BASIC MEDICAL SUBJECTS)


Department

Designation

Required Up to 50 Admissions

Required Up 75-80 Admissions

Required Up 100 Admissions

Anatomy

108 Theory + 300 Practical]



Professor/Asscoc

1

1

1

Asstt. Prof

0

0

1

Demonstrator

3

4

4

Physiology

108 Theory + 300 Practical]



Professor/Assoc

1

1

1

Asstt. Prof

0

0

1

Demonstrator

3

4

4

Biochemistry

72 Theory + 150 Practical]




Professor/Assoc

1

1

1

Asstt. Prof

0

0

1

Demonstrator

2

3

4

Pharmacology

72 Theory + 250 Practical hours



Professor/Assoc

1

1

1

Asstt. Prof

0

0

1

Demonstrator

2

3

4




Pathology

72 Theory + 250 Practical hours



Professor

0

0

1

Associate / Asstt. Professor



1

1

2

Demonstrator

2

3

4




  • There should be designated faculty for BDS students


FACULTY REQUIREMENT FOR BDS (CLINICAL SCIENCES)


Department

Designation

Required Up to 50 Admissions

Required Up to 75 -80Admissions

Required Up 100 Admissions

General Medicine

[72 Theory +400 Clinical)



Professor/Assoc/

1

1

1

Asstt. Professor

0

1

1

Senior Registrar

1

1

1

General Surgery

[72 Theory +400 Clinical)



Professor/assosc/

1

1

1

Asstt. Professor

0

1

1

Senior Registrar

1

1

1

* above is designated/dedicted faculty required for BDS students

Sciences of Dental Materials and Dental Technology (Laboratory Techniques),



Oral Biology, Oral Pathology, Community / Preventive Dentistry.


Subject

Designation

Staff Required




50

75

100




Dental Biomaterials & Dental Technology (Laboratory Techniques)

Professor/Associate Professor

00

01

01

10

Assistant Professor/Sr. Lecturer

01

01

02

05

Lecturer/Demonstrator

02

03

04

2.5




Oral Biology

Professor/Associate Professor

00

01

01

10

Assistant Professor/Sr. Lecturer

01

01

02

05

Lecturer/Demonstrator

02

03

04

2.5




Oral Pathology

Professor/Associate Professor

00

01

01

10

Assistant Professor/Sr. Lecturer

01

01

02

5

Lecturer/Demonstrator

02

03

04

2.5




Community / Preventive Dentistry

Professor/Associate Professor

00

01

01

10

Assistant Professor/Sr. Lecturer

01

01

02

5

Lecturer/Demonstrator

02

03

04

2.5



(Clinical Subjects)

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Operative/Restorative/Conservative Dentistry, Prosthodontics, Orthodontics, Periodontology/ Oral Medicine.




Subject

Designation

Staff Required

50

75

100

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Professor/
Associate Professor/
Assistant Professor

01

02

01

01

01

Senior registrar

01

01

02


Lecturer/Demon./Registrar

03

04

05



Operative / Restorative / Conservative Dentistry

Professor

01

02

01

Associate Professor

01

Assistant Professor

01

Sr. Registrar

01

01

02

Lecturer/Demon./Registrar

03

04

05




Prosthodontics

Professor

01

02

01

Associate Professor

01

Assistant Professor

01

Sr. Registrar

01

01

02

Lecturer/Demon./Registrar

03

04

05




Periodontology

Professor

01

02

01

Associate Professor

01

Assistant Professor

01

Sr. Registrar

01

01

02

Lecturer/Demon./Registrar

03

04

05




Oral medicine

Professor

01

02

01

Associate Professor

01

Assistant Professor

01

Sr. Registrar

01

01

02

Lecturer/Demon./Registrar

03

04

05




Orthodontics

Professor

01

02

01

Associate Professor

01

Assistant Professor

01

Sr. Registrar

01

01

02

Lecturer/Demon./Registrar

03

04

05

Para-Medical Staff







Designation

Staff Required




50

75

100

1

Dental Surgery Assistants

25

35

50

2

Prosthetic Technician

01

02

03

3

Ceramic Technician

01

01

02

4

Orthodontics Technician

01

01

02

5

Laboratory Technicians (Oral Biology, Oral Pathology, Community Dentistry, Phantom Head Laboratory)

04

04

06

6

Laboratory Assistants

10

15

20

7

Dental Radiographer

01

02

02

8

Dental Radiology Assistant

01

01

02

9

Store Keeper

01

01

01

10

Store Assistant

02

02

02

11

CSSD Technician

01

01

02

12

CSSD Assistant

02

02

04

13

Photographer

01

01

01

14

Audiovisual Projectionists

01

01

02

15

Biomedical engineer/technician

01

02

03

Additional Space required:






50 Students

75 Students

100 Students

Preclinical Lab (Prosthetic & Dental Materials)

500 Sq ft

750 Sq ft

1000 Sq ft

Prosthetic Lab (Plaster Room, Curing Room)

500 Sq ft

750 Sq ft

1000 Sq ft

Ceramic Lab

200 Sq ft

250 Sq ft

250 Sq ft

Oral Biology Lab

400 Sq ft

650 Sq ft

800 Sq ft

Oral Pathology Lab

400 Sq ft

650 Sq ft

800 Sq ft

Dental Museum

250 Sq ft

250 Sq ft

250 Sq ft

Community Dent Lab

500 Sq ft

650 Sq ft

800 Sq ft

Phantom Head Lab

15 Stations

18 Stations

25 Stations

Dental chair unit

First visit 0.5x Student

2nd visit 0.5xStudent

3rd visit 0.25x student



1.25x50 = 75 Units

Total space required

100 Sq ft x 75 Units

= 7500 Sq ft


1.25x75 = 93.5 (rounded off to 100)

100 Sq ft x 100 Units = 10,000 Sq ft


1.25 x 125 Units

Total space required

100 Sq ft x 125

= 12,500 Sq ft



Circulation Space 30%

2250

3000

4500

Additional Space

10,000 Sq ft

14,000 Sq ft

18,000 Sq ft


Part XIII

Monitoring and inspection
69. monitoring and visitation inspection schedules and de-recognizing process and adjustment of students on closure of a college and initiation of criminal cases against owners and compensation to displaced students

  1. The Institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University shall furnish such schedule of examination, reports, returns and other information as the PM&DC may require enabling it to judge efficiency and effectiveness of the institution.

  2. The monitoring and visitation of institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University will be carried out by PM&DC inspectors as and when deemed feasible by PM&DC.

  3. The institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University will abide by the laws of PM&DC with regard to recognition of institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University framed from time to time.

  4. The PM&DC and Federal Ministry of Health have full powers to take any action for derecognizing of an institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University, if they are found deficient to the prescribed criteria or if the institution hinders the PM&DC inspection team. In doing so, the placement of students pursuing academic courses will be the responsibility of the institution and shall be overseen by the PM&DC.

  5. The institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University shall facilitate the inspectors of PM&DC during visitation and verification of the institution .

  6. The inspection of medical and dental institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University shall be carried out according to following schedule.The objectives for each visit are mentioned below and the details are present in the forms.

70. ZERO VISIT Shall be carried out on request of an institution by a team nominated by the President. This team shall guide and explain the minimum requirements as are laid down in these regulations.


71. Visit 1 1st Comprehensive Inspection is for recognition of a new college, prior to any admission of students.

  1. Objectives: The inspectors shall carry out the inspection as per this criterion and submit their report on the prescribed report form for recognition or otherwise under the relevant section of the Ordinance to the Executive committee. In this first visit for recognition, the institution shall be expected to have the full minimum complement of faculty in Anatomy, Physiology and biochemistry and at least half of the faculty in other subjects and 150 beds. The 80% of the marks of the faculty in the first inspection for recognition of a medical college shall be dedicated to the basic sciences departments of Anatomy, Physiology and biochemistry. In addition to ascertaining the fulfillment of this criterion, the inspectors are required to comment on:




  1. Suitability of the venue for educational purposes.

  2. Availability of all necessary infrastructure and physical facilities needed during the first professional studies.

  3. Presence of needed educational resources.

  4. Recruitment of appropriate and adequate registered teaching faculty.

  5. Availability of written curriculum.

  6. Adequacy and source of funds.

  7. Procedure for financial accountability.

  8. Attached teaching functional hospital and its bed strength.

  9. The physical structure of the departments of 2nd, 3rd and final professional subject.

72. Visit 2 For 3rd year Facilities.
The Inspection team shall look into the;


  1. Availability of all necessary infrastructure and physical facilities needed during the second professional in the medical and dental college as well as affiliated teaching hospital.

  2. Adequacy of clinical training opportunities including workload, case mix on the hospitals.

  3. Availability of required full clinical faculty and beds.

  4. Presence of needed educational resources.

  5. Recruitment of appropriate and adequate teaching faculty.

  6. Availability of written training program with objectives, syllabus, teaching methods and assessment program.

73 Visit 3 Comprehensive Inspection before final professional MBBS examination. The inspection team shall look into




  1. Availability of all necessary infrastructure and physical facilities in the medical and dental college as well as affiliated teaching hospital.

  2. Adequacy of clinical training opportunities including workload, case mix.

  3. Availability of required clinical faculty.

  4. Presence of needed educational resources.

  5. Recruitment of appropriate and adequate teaching faculty.

  6. Availability of written training program with objectives, syllabus, teaching methods and assessment program.

  1. Subsequent Visits Subsequent comprehensive inspections shall be after every five years and any or all examinations can be inspected. Visits to verify rectification of deficiencies can be held, but not before two weeks of the last inspection and preferably by the same team which visited earlier. Reason for change in team including non availability of inspector shall be recorded in writing and endorsed by the President.

  2. All recognised institutions shall send a written request for inspection atleast two weeks before holding of each examination. The Council shall take further necessary action.

76. At any stage of inspection if it is felt that the institution does not fulfill the requirements, recommendation for closure will be forwarded by the inspectors via Executive Committee to the Council who may forward it to Minister of Health, Federal Government.


PART - XIV
77. APPLICATION FORM FOR RECOGNITION/DATA SHEET

To


The Secretary Health

Ministry of Health

Government of Pakistan

Block C, Pakistan Secretariat

Islamabad

Pakistan
Subject APPLICATION FORM FOR RECOGNITION OF THE INSTITUTION UNDER THE PM&DC ORDINANCE 1962


It is requested that the institution may be granted recognition under the PM&DC ordinance 1962. The following is the information about the institution. You are requested to send this application to the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council for necessary action in terms of the PM&DC Ordinance 1962 and take all further actions as mandated under the law.
1. NAME / ADDRESS OF THE INSTITUTE:

(a) Date of Establishment


(b) Organizational / governance structure with names
( c ) facility (fulltime or part time/ Contract) (Attach Details)
(d) Ownership (attach evidence)

(1) Government

(2) Semi-government

(3) Private (Please Specify):


(e) Funding Authority (attach evidence)

(1) Government

(2) Private

(3) Any other source of funding


(f) Audit Authority

(1) Government

(2) Private
(g) Guarantor’s Name for Protection of public money. (Govt. or Private)(attach evidence)

(h) Date of last inspection of the College if any:


(i) Proposed date of inspection:
(j) Present Status of the College:

(k) Details of improvements made since last inspection) in terms of :

Human Resources:

Infrastructure:

Facilities:

Academic:

Co-Curricular:
2. ADMISSION CRITERIA

(All Merit/ Merit plus Quota)


If merit plus quota, state no. of Quota Seats intended:

Weightage assigned to:

(a) Matric/O Levels

(b) Intermediate/A Levels

(c) Admission Test

(d) Interview

(e) Any Other Criteria

(f) Criteria for Foreigners

(g) Examination system (regulations of the institution /university be supplied)
3. IMPLEMENTATION OF PM&DC CURRICULUM

(a) Attach detailed implementation strategy of the PM&DC curriculum from 1st to Final professional (as per PMDC regulations)




(b) Indicate study hours/semester hours of each subject from 1st to Final professional (as per PM&DC guidelines)



4. SPACE

(attach details)


(a) Ownership Type (Owned/Leased)
(b) Plane of Academic Blocks
(c) Site Characteristics and Availability to external linkages: ( Height, Road Access, Public Transport, Electric and water supply and Communication facilities)


(d) Total Area
(e) Covered Area
5. INFRASTRUCTURE

(a) No of Academic Blocks

(1) No. of lecture halls with their size and seating capacity

(2) No. of faculty rooms and their size

(3) Auditorium facility and no, of seats

(b) No of Dissection Halls with size

(c) No of Demonstration Rooms

(d) Bone Bank

(e) Cafeteria

(f) Common rooms ( for Girls/ for Boys)


(g) Laboratories

(1) Physiology

(2) Histology

(3) Pharmacology

(4) Biochemistry

(5) Pathology

(6) Any Other
(h) Museums

(1) Anatomy

(2) Pharmacology

(3) Pathology

(4) Forensic Medicine

(5) Community Medicine


(i) Library (Attach details)

(1) Library Staff

Faculty Library

Student Library

(2) No of Books (Attach list with the quantity of books and edition/journals/ periodicals)

(1) Basic Science (Text)

(2) Clinical (Text)

(3) Reference

(4) Periodicals and Journals

(a) National

(b) International

(5) Internet Facility (Attach details)

(6) Medicals CDs

(7) Access to Information Technology:

(8) Photography / provision of Audiovisual Aids

( State details of the use in teaching context)




6. FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND ITS DISTRIBUTION

Bank statements showing that the financial credential of the applicant.


The body must show Rs. 20 million in current assets and 10 million in endowment fund.




7. LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

(a) General

(b) Affiliation with the university of the province (Attach copy)


  1. Charter of the university (Attach copy)

(d) Affiliation agreement with the teaching hospitals

(e) Ownership documents

(f) Any Other

8. FACULTY and Staff

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