Head of the Departments from the four Medical Universities participate in the formulation of questions and conduct of practical examination (where applicable) and viva voce. External examiners are invited from the other medical universities and from allied universities and departments.
First MBBS Course
It comprises weekly practical, practical tests, theory tests, and work assignments.
It consists of one 3-hour theory paper, one 3-hour practical paper (where applicable) and a viva voce. A supplementary examination is held after 6 weeks. Only 2 attempts are allowed.
Second MBBS Course
It comprises written, practical and viva voce tests.
It includes theory, practical and viva-voce examination. Students who pass in one or two subjects are entitled to compartmental privileges in the supplementary examination. Students are allowed three attempts in the Second MBBS examination.
Third MBBS Course
It consists of written tutorials, theory, practical, and viva voce test.
It comprises theory and practical. Viva voce examination was only for those potential distinction candidates. Compartmental privileges are similar to the second MBBS examination. Only three attempts are allowed in the examination.
Final Part I MBBS Course
This comprises written tests, work assignments (for Forensic Medicine, Preventive & Social Medicine), urban and rural training (for Preventive & Social Medicine), practical and viva voce tests (for Pathology)
It consists of theory and viva voce examinations, in addition to a practical examination in Pathology. Compartmental privileges and the number of attempts allowed to sit for the examination are as for the second MBBS course.
Final Part II MBBS Course
The Final MBBS Part II examination is held after one academic year. A supplementary examination is held six months after the first examination.
Students who pass in one or more subjects are entitled to compartmental privileges. A total of 3 attempts are allowed.