Medical And Dental Institutions (Recognition Eligibility Criteria For Enhancement In Annual Admissions and Accreditation Standards) Regulations 2012

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MEDICAL AND DENTAL INSTITUTIONS (RECOGNITION,

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ENHANCEMENT IN

ANNUAL ADMISSIONS AND ACCREDITATION

STANDARDS) REGULATIONS, 2012

[Gazette of Pakistan, Extraordinary, Part II,

26th January, 2012]

S.R.O.26(KE)/2012, dated 5-1-2012.---In exercise of the powers conferred by subsection (1) of section 33 of the Medical and Dental Council Ordinance, 1962 (XXXII of 1962), the Medical and Dental Council, with the' previous sanction of the Federal Government, is pleased to make the following regulations, namely:-

PART-I

INTRODUCTION

1. Short title and commencement.---(1) These regulations may be called the Medical and Dental Institutions (recognition. eligibility criteria for enhancement in annual admissions and accreditation standards) Regulations, 2012.

(2) They shall come into force at once.

2. Definitions.---(1) Unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context,-

(a) "Appendix" means an appendix to these regulations;

(b) "BDS" means basic dental qualification; .'

(c) "dental student" a student enrolled in the BDS and registered by the Council under the Pakistan Registration of Medical and Dental Practitioners Regulations, 2008;

(d) "governing body" means the governing body of a public institution constituted under the Medical Colleges (Governing Bodies) Ordinance, 1961 (XIII of 196t);

(e) "institution" means any college or institution within Pakistan recognized under the Ordinance which trains for, or grants or both trains for and grants, degrees or diplomas in dentistry or medicine along with its affiliated teaching hospital; and

(f) "MBBS" means basic medical qualification;

(g) "medical student" a student enrolled in MBBS and registered by the Council under the Pakistan Registration of Medical and Dental Practitioners Regulations 2008;

(h) "Ordinance" means the Medical and Dental Council Ordinance, 1962 (XXXII of 1962).

(2) The terms used but not defined herein shall have the same meanings as are assigned to them under the Ordinance.

PART-II

PROCESS OF RECOGNITION AND

ENHANCEMENT OF SEATS

3. Recognition of a new institution.---(1) An institution, desirous of new recognition under the Ordinance and regulations made thereunder, may apply for such purpose to the Federal Government on the prescribed application form as set out in Appendix-I. The institution may apply initially for recognition with permission for admission of one hundred MBSS students annually or fifty BDS students annually only, as the case may be, irrespective of the additional facilities available.

(2) On receipt of application for recognition with permission for admission of students by a new college, the Federal Government shall refer the case to the Council; which shall proceed as per stages of processing of recognition set out in Appendix-II.

(3) The new institution shall forward three proposed names in order of its preference to the Council which shall be considered by the Executive Committee and one approved name and abbreviation shall be communicated to the institution for adoption.

(4) No student shall be admitted before recognition of the institution, and the institution shall, at the time of application for recognition, certify that it has not admitted students in the proposed institution.

(5) After due process of accreditation as set out in Appendix-II, the Federal Government shall grant recognition to the institution in terms of the Ordinance and regulations made thereunder.

4. Scoring parameters for recognition.--- The institutions shall be inspected on the standards applicable at the time of inspection and not at the time of rendering application and shall be scored on the basis of the facilities available as set out in Appendix-III. The inspection reports and the score shall be for the consumption of the Executive Committee.

5. Renewal of recognition.---(1) The renewal and continued recognition of an institution is subject to verification of the fulfillment of provisions of the Ordinance and regulations made thereunder. It shall be the responsibility of the institute to apply to the Council six months prior to next scheduled visit (Appendix-VIII) for the purpose of maintaining continuation of recognition. This process may continue till completion of establishment of the institution, expansion of hospital facilities thereof and till first batch of students graduate. Thereafter a comprehensive inspection may be made after every five years. However the President of the Council may order a surprise comprehensive inspection of any institution at any time.

(2) Any failure to comply with these regulations shall result in derecognition of the institution in the prescribed manner.

**6. Enhancement of annual admissions.---**After two years of recognition and once the students are in third year, a recognized institution may apply to the Council for increase in its annual admissions and continuation of recognition in fulfillment and in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance and regulations made thereunder.

7. Limitation on annual admissions.---(1) Number of annual admissions shall be determined by the Council after inspecting the facilities available in accordance with these regulations.

(2) A medical institution in public sector shall not have more than three hundred and fifty students annually and a medical institution in private sector shall not have more than one hundred and fifty students annually irrespective of the facilities available.

(3) A dental institution in public sector shall not have more than hundred students annually and a dental institution in private sector shall not have more than eighty students annually if it is a stand alone college and seventy-five students annually if it is with a medical college as well, irrespective of the facilities available.

PART-III

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

8. University affiliation.---(1) On forwarding the application for recognition of the institution, the university having territorial jurisdiction shall provide a certificate of provisional affiliation addressed to Federal Government bearing the condition that it shall grant full affiliation upon approval of the institution by the Council.

(2) The application may then be forwarded by the Federal Government which shall be analyzed by the Executive Committee for approval of university affiliation. Further process of inspection shall only proceed if the university is accepted by the Executive Committee for affiliation of the institution. If the Executive Committee does not accept the university to affiliate an institution, it shall record its reasons for such decision. The University shall be informed and shall be given an opportunity for c1arificatibn or rectification of the reservations made by the Executive Committee and, if still required, then institution shall have one month time to get affiliation from another University. In case of refusal of affiliation by the Executive Committee, the institution may refer the case for reconsideration within thirty days to the Council.

(3) The annual seat allocation for admission made by the Council for the institution shall be strictly adhered to by the University"

(4) After recognition if any institution wants to change its university affiliation for any reason, it shall apply to the Executive Committee for inspection under the new university. If allowed by the Executive Committee inspection of the institution under the proposed university shall ensue and the result thereof shall be placed before the Executive Committee.

9. Ownership of medical institution.---(1) The title of the ownership of the medical college and the hospital shall vest in the name of any of the following persons, namely:--

(a) body corporate registered under the relevant laws of companies or societies or trust;

(b) Federal Government or Provincial Government or Local Government;

(c) Pakistan University; and

(d) public religious or charitable trust registered under the relevant law.

(2) For training of one hundred medical students annually, the applicant shall own or shall possess by way of thirty three years lease, a suitable plot of land on which the college and hospital is built according to the covered area as set out in Appendix-IV with surrounding open area in each.

(3) The medical institution is required to have five hundred bedded teaching hospital to train one hundred MBBS students of which a minimum of one hundred and fifty bedded multidiscipline hospital with infrastructure and facilities as set out in Appendix V and VI is to be owned and managed by the college at the time of application for recognition. Rest of the requirement of hospital and teaching beds may be met by a public-public or private-private or public-private partnership.

10. Ownership of dental institution.---(1) The title of the ownership of the college and the hospital shall vest in the name of any of the following persons, namely:--

(a) body corporate registered under the relevant laws of companies ordinance or societies or trust;

(b) Federal Government or Provincial Government or Local Government

(c) Pakistan University: and

(2) For training of fifty BDS students annually the applicant shall own or shall possess by way of thirty three years lease, a suitable single plot of land on which the college is built according to the covered area as set out in Appendix-IV with surrounding open area in each.

(3) A recognized dental institution shall own and manage a hospital having twenty beds each in general surgery, general medicine and oral and maxillofacial surgery and may have not less than seventy five dental operatories or units with infrastructural facilities and capable of being developed into a one hundred and twenty-five dental operatories or units teaching institution in two years, in support whereof a development plan is required to be submitted.

**11. Sub-campus or branch.---**The recognition granted shall be restricted to a Specified place and campus and for particular course of MBBS or BDS. No sub- campus or branch shall be established, unless separately recognized under the Ordinance or the regulations made thereunder.

**12. Existing institution.---**Within three years of commencement of these-regulations all existing recognized institutions shall fully conform to these regulations. Existing recognized medical institution established in rented buildings and not having own hospital shall build their own college building and a minimum of one hundred and fifty bedded multidiscipline hospital out of the five hundred beds requirement within this time. Any institution failing to do so shall be derecognized in the prescribed manner.

**13. Separate college and hospital buildings.---**The medical or dental college shall be a separate purpose built facility separate from the hospital.

**14. Partnership.---**An institution may undergo partnership with other hospitals, in addition to their own hospital in pursuance of sub-regulation (3) of regulation 9 or as the case may be sub-regulation (3) of regulation 10, and engage them as teaching hospitals with it by executing an agreement of a minimum of ten years duration with a notice period of three years, duly registered under the relevant law and this has to be submitted along with application. The affiliation agreement is required to being the form of declaration before a first class magistrate and shall have required formalities addressing all facets of working between the college and the attached or affiliated hospital clearly spelling out the student training arrangement The Council shall be informed of anticipated changes in affiliation agreements, however, the agreement shall, which shall among other conditions, contain,-

(a) defined responsibilities of each party related to the educational program for MBBS and BDS students;

(b) clauses assuring student and faculty access to appropriate resources for MBBS and BDS student education;

(c) any incentive to employees and staff of the affiliated hospital like subsidy in tuition fee and scholarships for their children, allocation of seats etc;

(d) any financial settlement between the two parties including remuneration, capitation fee, financial compensation to students in case of closure of college, investment in infrastructure and equipments etc; and

(e) that the medical and dental college shall have absolute control over the academic and administrative affairs of the hospital under this agreement.

15. Financially stability.---(1) It has to be demonstrated that the institution is financially stable and has the ability to sustain a regular functioning and efficient working. The applicant shall provide two bank guarantees in the favour of Council valid for a period of five years from scheduled Pakistan commercial banks approved by the State Bank of Pakistan having AAA rating, one for the college amounting to rupees twenty million and one for the hospital amounting to rupees thirty million:

Provided that the above conditions shall not apply to the person who is Federal or Provincial Government if they give an undertaking and proof to provide funds in their annual budget plans regularly for smooth functioning of the institution.

(2) Fee from students prescribed by the Council shall be strictly adhered to and any overcharging or demand for donation from students shall be considered a violation and shall merit derecognition. Fee from the students shall not be the only source for running the college and reliance on student tuition shall not be so great that the quality of the program is compromised due to lack of finances. In this regard,--

(a) the institution shall furnish such reports, returns and other information as the Council may require, enabling it to judge the financial sustainability;

(b) the Institution as well as the University, shall prior to enrolling students, establish an endowment fund of at least rupees ten million for development and enhancing the quality of education. The endowment fund shall have an increase at a minimum rate of three per cent annually; and

(c) at the commencement of operation of the institution, the working capital of at least rupees twenty million needs to be with the institution for smooth functioning of the affairs of institution.

PART-IV

SITE AND INFRASTRUCTURE

16. College building.---(1) The college shall have the infrastructure as set out in Appendix-IV and shall, among other things, include offices for faculty, administrators and supporting staff, laboratories and other space appropriate for the conduct of research, students classrooms and laboratories, lecture halls sufficiently large to accommodate a full year's class and an auditorium sufficiently large to accommodate the entire student and faculty body.

(2) There shall be adequate space for student's use, including space for student's study, comfortable seating space in the campus, space and equipment for library and information access and space and equipment for the humane care of animals when they are used in teaching or research.

(3) The site selected for the institution has to be suitable and sustainable from an academic point of view and has to be easily accessible to students and general public. Site characteristics and availability of external linkages, topogra phy, plot size, permissible floor space index, ground coverage, building height; road access, availability of public transport, electric supply, water supply, sewage connection and communication facilities shall be adequate and appropriate and details thereof shall be supplied to the Council at the time of submission of application for recognition.

(4) The institution shall have a fully functional well stocked library, well equipped laboratories, museums, dissection halls, lecture and tutorial halls, well equipped teaching hospital with sufficient requirement and hostel facility for boarding students, if any.

(5) The institution shall take necessary and adequate measures and deploy necessary equipment to ensure security of site, faculty, staff and students.

17. Affiliated teaching hospital.---(1) To train hundred medical students, the institution shall have a ratio of five beds to one ,student admission per year.

(2) Clinical resources in the attached teaching hospitals may be sufficient to ensure breadth and quality bedside teaching. They include adequate numbers and types of patients (case mix, age, gender, etc.) as well as physical resources. The hospital may have appropriate instructional facilities and information resources, including areas for individual student's study, for conferences and for large group presentations (lectures).

(3) College and hospital shall be situated in the same city and district and the attached teaching hospital may not be more than twenty-five kilometers from the college.

(4) No two colleges shall share a teaching hospital irrespective of bed strength of the hospital.

(5) Sufficient information resources, including library holdings and access to other library systems shall be provided in the Hospital

(6) In each teaching hospital fifty per cents of the beds shall operate free for accommodation and consultation, while treatment expenses including laboratory services, medicines and supplies, if any, shall be charged from the patients on a no-profit basis.

(7) Out of two hundred and fifty marks, sixty per cents may be given to the hospital facilities as set out in Appendix-V. Bed distribution and units are set out in Appendix-VI.

**18. Structural modifications and suggestions by the Council.---**The Council office may suggest structural modifications or improvements which shall be binding on the institution.

PART-V

GOVERNANCE

**19. Governing Body.---**The governance of a public institution shall be under control of the governing body and in conformity with the provisions of the Medical Colleges (Governing Bodies) Ordinance, 1961 (XIII of 1961) and the regulations made thereunder. The Private institutions may have their own composition of the Governing body but private institutions shall take guidance from the (Governing Bodies) Ordinance, 1961 (XIII of 1961) in all other matters and adopt them selectively. The governing board shall be responsible for oversight of the medical and dental institution. Administrative officers and faculty are to be appointed by, or on the authority of, the governing body of the institution or its parent university. The Governing body may give the Principal or Dean or Vice Chancellor appropriate financial autonomy, authority and control over the college and its attached teaching hospital, so that he can function as the chief executive of the institution.

**20. Principal or Dean or Vice chancellor.---**The chief official of the institution shall usually holds the title "Dean," or "Principal" or " Vice chancellor" and shall be appointed as per Council's eligibility criteria. He shall have financial autonomy, as decided by the governing body. He may have authority and control over the attached teaching hospital and may function as its chief executive also. He shall have ready access to the university authorities and the governing body and other officials as are necessary to fulfil the responsibilities of the Dean's or Principal's office. There shall be clear understanding of the authority and responsibility for institution's matters along its hierarchy. He shall be responsible for discipline in the colleges and shall take steps to prevent harassment of faculty and students and ensure that there is no ragging. He shall ensure that the faculty and students get opportunities and time for research. He shall ensure development of faculty by making available appropriate opportunities. He shall be responsible for ensuring compliance of all Council's regulations and for the supply of correct information as and when required by Council. Any default in his duties, once reported by Council to the governing body, shall make him un-suitable to hold office. The governing body shall then appoint a new "Dean," or "Principal" or "Vice chancellor" as the Case may be, after due process.

**21. Academic Council.---**A committee-known as Academic Council shall be formed in the institution. The Principal shall be the Chairman of the Academic committee or council and other members shall include all the Professors and head of the Teaching units. Keeping in view the approved curriculum of the Council, the Academic Council shall determine institutional academic policies, curricular delivery techniques and shall be responsible to determine and provide scenarios, and appropriate patient access with clear learning objectives in each discipline and shall function as a supervisory and oversight body. The Academic Council shall meet often enough for all members of the Academic Council to have the opportunity to participate in the discussion about academic policies and practices.

**22. Study Boards and Curriculum Committee.---**Study Boards and curriculum committee shall be formed by the institution to ensure that there are mechanisms for direct faculty involvement in decisions related to the educational pro gram and its delivery and evaluation.

**23. Role of Faculty.---**In the relationship between the institution and its clinical affiliates, the educational program for MBBS and BDS students are to remain under the control of the institution's faculty and shall be responsible for work related to student admission, curriculum development and evaluation and student promotions. Faculty members shall be involved in decisions about any other mission-critical areas specific to the institution

**24. Role of departments and their annual Report.---**All departments shall contribute fully towards academics and all facets of medical and dental education and the institution shall publish a list of its faculty on its official website and publish an annual report of all its activities, containing separate chapters by each department, and provide a copy of the same to the Council.

PART-VI

FACULTY

**25. Faculty registration.---**The faculty shall be as defined in the Pakistan Registration of Medical and Dental Practitioners Regulations, 2008 and appointed in accordance with the regulations of the Council. The faculty shall be registered with Council and only that registered faculty shall be acceptable as faculty. The faculty shall display his valid faculty registration card on his person and copy of his Council registration certificate at his place of duty.

26. Faculty Objectives.---(1) The institution's faculty shall understand and deliver the objectives of the educational program according to the curriculum laid down by the Council. The objectives are to serve as guide for delivery of the curriculum content and provide the basis for evaluating the effectiveness of the educational program in order to achieve the defined competencies of the graduates as laid down by the Council.

(2) The objectives of the educational program are to be stated in outcome based terms that allow assessment of student progress in developing the competencies that the Council and the public expects out of a registered practitioner. The academic council shall exercise oversight to assure that the faculty defines the types of patients and clinical conditions that students have to encounter, the appropriate clinical setting for the educational experiences and the expected level of student responsibility. The faculty has to monitor student experience and modify it as necessary to ensure that the objectives of the clinical education program are met. The objectives of the educational program have to be made known to all MBBS and BDS students, the faculty and others with direct responsibilities for MBBS and BDS student education.

27. Service policies and career planning and progression.---(1) In the private sector no faculty shall be over the age of seventy years unless granted status of Professor Emeritus by the affiliating University. There shall be clear policies and terms and conditions of service for faculty appointment, renewal of appointment, promotion and progress, granting of tenure', and dismissal. These policies shall be clearly communicated to the faculty at the time of appointment. On regular intervals, faculty members are to receive written information about their responsibilities, lines of communication, privileges and benefits, if relevant, and the policy on institutional practice earnings. An institution shall have policies that deal with circumstances in which the private interests of faculty members or staff may be in conflict with their official responsibilities.

(2) The institution shall provide the faculty regular feedback on its academic performance and their progress toward promotion. Feedback shall be based on information provided by students, departmental leadership or, if relevant, other institutional leadership. Opportunities for professional development are to be provided by the institution to enhance faculty members' capacity and skills and leadership abilities in education and research. The institution and University shall ensure registration of its faculty with the Council and submit to the Council the details of available teaching staff with documentary evidence of their appointment, income tax deduction certificate and place of previous appointment and resignation (in case he has been in any other institution previously). Female faculty shall have flexible timings, which shall be communicated to the administration from time to time.

(3) Health insurance is to be made available to all faculty by the institution, and the faculty shall have access to-disability and communicable disease insurance benefits if the same is picked up during employment. Institution shall have policies addressing to prevent faculty exposure to infectious and environmental hazards. Institutions shall follow accepted guidelines in determining appropriate immunizations for faculty.

**28. Number, qualifications, and functions of the faculty.---**The recruitment and development of an institution's faculty shall take into account its mission, the diversity of its student body and the population that it serves. The number of faculty members and ancillary staff in the subjects of basic sciences and in the clinical disciplines, to meet the needs of the educational program and the other missions of the medical institution, shall be as set out Appendix-VII. In determining the number of faculty needed for the educational program, institu tions shall consider that faculty may have service responsibilities other than the academic program as in the clinical sciences, the number and kind of faculty appointed shall also relate to the amount of patient care activities required to conduct meaningful clinical teaching across the continuum of medical and dental education. Persons appointed to a faculty position have to demonstrate achievements commensurate with their academic rank. A faculty member or consultant who attends duty or call after midnight shall not be required on duty next day before midday.

**29. Effective teaching.---**Effective teaching requires knowledge of the discipline and an understanding of curriculum design and development, evaluation, and methods of instruction. Faculty members involved in teaching, course planning and curricular evaluation shall possess or acquire expertise in teaching methods, curriculum development, program evaluation, and student evaluation. Such expertise may be supplied by a department of medical and dental education or by faculty or staff members with backgrounds in educational science. Faculty involved in the development and implementation of a course shall be able to design the learning activities and corresponding evaluation methods (student and program) in a manner consistent with the institution's stated educational objectives and sound educational principles. Community physicians aiding the faculty shall serve as role models for students, and provide insight into contemporary practical methods of providing patient care. Faculty members shall have a commitment to continuing scholarly productivity characteristic of an institution of learning. To ensure adherence to the standards of the Council, the following amongst others, shall be the parameters, namely:-

(a) documented participation of the faculty in professional development activities related specifically to teaching and evaluation; and

(b) evidence that faculty members' knowledge of their discipline is current.

PART-VII

STUDENT AFFAIRS

**30. Admissions and studentship.---**Admissions shall be on open merit and as per Council's regulations on the subject. All prescribed quotas shall be adjusted strictly within the seats allocated by Council for annual admission and shall meet Council's admission standards. Screening for infectious communicable diseases shall be done before admission and persons having such diseases shall not be eligible for admission. In the admissions process and throughout study in the insti tution, there shall be no discrimination on the basis of gender, regional orientation, age, race, creed, or national origin. Migration and student exchange policy shall be as laid down in the Pakistan Registration of Medical and Dental Practitioner Regulations, 2008. All students shall display their Council's student registration cards while in the institution.

**31. Academic and career counseling.---**The system of academic advice to students shall integrate with the efforts of faculty members, course directors, and student affairs officers and the institution's counseling and tutorial services. There shall be a system in place to assist students in career choice and entry to post-graduate programs.

**32. Financial aid counseling and resources.---**An institution has to provide students with effective financial, aid and debt management counseling. The institution shall have mechanisms in place to minimize the impact of direct educational expenses on student indebtedness. Institution shall follow Council's policy for the refund of tuition fees, and other allowable payments if such an eventuality arises. In case of any dispute regarding refund of fee, the case shall be presented to the Registrar for decision whose decision thereon shall be final and binding on both parties. (2) To a minimum of five percent students in a private college, the Institution shall provide scholarship or reduction in fee or free education to selected deserving student with good academic record as determined by scholarship Awarding Committee of the Council which shall co. opt a member from the concerned institution while deciding its cases.

**33. Student complaints, health services and personal counselling.--**Each institution shall have an effective system of personal counselling for its students that includes programs to promote the well-being of students, redress of their grievances and complaints and facilitation of their adjustment to the physical and emotional demands of institution. All complaints by students shall be put up to the Principal or Dean for disposal. MBBS and BDS students shall have access to preventive and therapeutic health services. The health professionals who provide psychiatric or psychological counselling or other sensitive health services to MBBS and BDS students shall have no involvement in the academic evaluation or promotion of the students receiving those services. Health insurance is to be made available to all students by the institution, and all students shall have access to disability and communicable disease insurance benefits if the same is picked up during student ship. Institution shall have policies addressing to prevent students exposure to infectious and environmental hazards. Institutions shall follow accepted guidelines in determining appropriate immunizations for MBBS and BDS students.

PART VIII

ACADEMICS

**34. Educational program objectives.---**Every institution shall have defined educational and public health objectives.

**35. Curriculum management and delivery.---**The curriculum shall be as laid down by the Council. The institution shall be governed by the statutes, regulations, rules framed by the Council from time to time including general scheme of studies, duration of courses, the medium of instructions and examinations, detailed syllabi for examinations and the condition under which students shall be admitted to examinations.

**36. Roles and responsibilities.---**There is integrated institutional responsibility for the overall management, delivery and evaluation of the curriculum and quality assurances. The Principal and the faculty shall ensure the effective delivery and implementation of the components of the curriculum and quality assurances. The Principal or Dean shall be provided sufficient resources and authority to fulfill this responsibility.

**37. Confidentiality of student record.---**It is the responsibility of the institution concerned to keep the student records confidential and available only to members of the faculty and administration on a need to know basis. Laws concerning confidentiality of record need to be kept in view. Students are to be allowed to review and challenge their records if there is a valid reason for it.

**38. Academic atmosphere.---**The program of MBBS and BDS education are to be conducted in an environment that fosters the intellectual challenge and spirit of inquiry appropriate to a community of scholars. Institutions shall make available sufficient opportunities for MBBS and BDS students and faculty to participate in research and other scholarly activities including continuing medical and dental education and professional development programs. The faculty shall encourage and support student participation in these activities.

39. Behavior and discipline.---(1) The institution shall ensure that the learning environment promotes the development of explicit and appropriate professional attributes (attitudes, behaviors, and identity) in the students.

(2) The institution shall lay down and publicize to all faculty and students its standards and procedures for the evaluation, advancement, and gradation of its students and for disciplinary action. There has to be a fair and formal process for taking any action that adversely affects the status of a student.

(3) No political activity, in any form is to be undertaken by a student or a faculty member. Council shall take serious action against perpetrators including debarring him from medical and dental education anywhere in Pakistan.

**40. Co-curricular activities.---**The institution shall promote the extra curricular and recreational activities of the students and shall provide and arrange indoor and outdoor sports facilities.

41. Evaluation of examinations and quality assurances.---(1) All programs shall be evaluated by examinations and the process shall be objective and without bias shall judge the knowledge of the student equitably. The institution shall provide schedules of all examinations to Council three months in advance. Any and all examinations shall be inspected by the Council and no formal invitation to inspect examination is required to be extended to Council.

(2) The university shall not declare result of the examination unless cleared by Council and shall withhold result of an examination declared substandard by the Council and arrange a re-examination if told to do so by the Council office.

(3) A system for the evaluation of student achievement shall be in place throughout college life including assessment of theoretical knowledge problem solving, clinical reasoning and communication skills.

(4) The faculty of each discipline shall set the standards of achievement in these disciplines. The directors of all courses are to design and implement a system of formative (forty per cent) and summative (sixty per cent) evaluation of student achievement in each course. Each student shall be evaluated early enough during a unit of study to allow time for remediation.

(5) In assessing program quality, institutions are to consider evaluation by students of their courses and teachers, in addition to other measures.

(6) Narrative descriptions of student performance and number of cognitive achievement shall be included as part of evaluations in all required courses where teacher-student interaction permits this form of assessment.

(7) After graduation, to judge student achievement, the institution shall collect and use a variety of outcome data, including national norms of accomplishment, to demonstrate the extent to which its educational program objectives have been successful and how many students succeeded in joining jobs, postgraduate courses, and then achieving post graduation and how many students appeared and cleared international examinations and programs.

42. Information resources and library services.---(1) The college and hospital shall have a well-maintained library and information facilities, sufficient in size, breadth of holdings and information technology with free Wi-Fi access to all faculty and students. There shall be free physical and electronic access to leading e-books, biomedical, clinical and other relevant periodicals and sufficient current numbers of which shall be readily available.

(2) The library and information services staff is to be responsive to the needs of the faculty and students of the institution. A professional staff shall supervise the library and information services and provide instruction in accessing resource to the users. The library and information services staff shall be proficient in accessing current international, regional and national information resources and data systems, and know contemporary information technology techniques. Further, the,--

(a) library shall be a hundred per cent lending library with adequate copies of text books (twenty per cent of admission strength) and ten sets of at least five reference books in each subject;

(b) library shall have seating facility for twenty per cent of the total number of students on roll and minimum one computer for every ten students on the role of the college;

(c) library shall observe very extended timings; and

(d) list of mandatory books may be obtained from the Council office.

PART IX

MONITORING AND EVALUATION

**43. Visitation and inspections.---**The monitoring and visitation inspection schedules is as set out in Appendix-VIII.

**44. Compensation to displaced students.---**Regulations regarding adjustment of students on closure of a college and initiation of cases against defaulting owners and compensation to displaced students shall be framed separately.

**45. Facilitation by the University in the in inspection process.---**The University shall do the following with regard to inspection of the affiliated institution namely-

(a) furnish such schedule of examination, reports, returns and other information as the Council may require enabling it to judge efficiency and effectiveness of the institution;

(b) instruct the college to facilitate the inspectors during visitation and verification of facilities of the institution; and

(c) abide by and ensure compliance of the relevant laws with regard to recognition of institution..

PART X

MISCELLANEOUS

**46. Nursing College.---**Every recognized medical institution shall, within ten years of its recognition, establish a nursing college and an institute for allied health professionals or paramedics.

**47. Work shall not be charged.----**Any clinical work or procedure and cost of any material used during training and studentship shall not be charged to the student.

48.---Representation in forums etc.--- No institution, unless specifically authorized by the Council, shall represent the medical and dental education system of Pakistan at any national or international forum or become member of any international organization related to medical and dental education and its regulation. Any violation shall lead to derecognition of the institution in the prescribed manner.

**49. Registration number.---**All recognized institutions shall be allotted a registration number by the Council on payment of an annual fee prescribed by the Council.

**50. Information.---**The Council may, at any time and in accordance with provisions of the Ordinance, obtain any information from an applicant or recognized institution, as it deems necessary. The Council may at any stage convey the deficiencies to an institution and provide it with an opportunity and time to rectify the deficiencies.

**51. Dropouts.---**All dropped out students shall be reported to the Council." Dropouts in the first two years shall be adjusted in subsequent admissions so as to maintain total admission strength allowed to the institution in the first two years only.

**52. Repeal and savings.---**All earlier standards of accreditation issued by the Council and decisions of the Council regarding matters contained in these regulations are hereby repealed. All orders and decisions made and proceedings taken and acts done under the repealed standard and decisions shall deemed to be and always to have been validly made or done.

Appendix-I

[see regulation 3(1)]

APPLICATION FORM FOR RECOGNITION

INCLUDING DATA SHEET

To,

Federal Secretary

Regulations and Services Division

Islamabad,

Subject: Application form for recognition of the institution under the Pakistan Medical and Dentai Council Ordinance, 1962 through --- --- -- --- --- -- -- --- -- --- -- --- -- --- --- --- --- --- ---

(Name of University(attach covering letter)

It is request that the institution above may be granted recognition enhancement of seats under the Medical and Dental Council Ordinance, 1962. The following is the information about the institution. It is requested that this application may be sent to the Council for necessary action under the law.

(1) Name/Address of the institute:_________________________

(2) Date of establishment and authority:_____________________

(3) Proposed date of visit: _______________________________

  1. Justification and benefits of the project (write in detail with supportive evidence):

  1. Objectives of the project:

  2. Students admitted or not admitted. (see regulation 3(4 )_______

  3. Ownership (Attach ownership or leased documents and partnership MOU, if any, see regulations 9 or 10 and 14):

(a) college (please specify)

(i) Body corporate registered under the relevant laws of companies or societies or trust;

(ii) Federal Government or Provincial Government or Local Government;

(iii) Pakistan University; and

(iv) Public religious or charitable trust registered under the relevant law.

(b) Teaching hospital (s) own and others (if there is partnership in addition to own hospital, see regulation 14)

(i) __________________________________________________

(ii) __________________________________________________

(iii) __________________________________________________

(iv) __________________________________________________

  1. Provisional university or DAI affiliation (see regulation 8):

  1. Financial status (attach evidence, see regulation 15):

(a) Two bank guarantees (give details bank name amount etc):

(b) Endowment fund (in millions) ______________________

(c) Working capital (in millions) ________________________

  1. Cost of the project

(i) Capital

(ii) Recurrent/operational cost

(iii) Projected Revenue

  1. Funding authority (attach evidence):.

(a) Government

(b) Private

(c) Any other source of funding

  1. Audit authority:

  2. College (see regulation 18):

(a) College settings

(i) rural/urban

(ii) accessible/non-accessible

(iii) backup power source

(b) Area

(i) total Area ____________sq ft

(ii) covered area. ____________sq ft

(iii) plan of academic blocks

(c) Library

(i) covered area sq. ft.

(ii) seating capacity sq. ft.

(iii) air conditioning Yes or No

(iv) internet accessibility(Attach details) Yes or No

(v) library staff _________________________________

(vi) faculty library _________________________________

(vii) student library _________________________________

(viii) No. of books (attach list with the quantity of books and edition/journals/periodicals)

(a) Basic science (text) ______________

(i) clinical (text) ______________

(ii) reference ______________

(b) Periodicals and journal

(i) National ______________

(ii) International ______________

(c) Medicals CDs ______________

(d) Access to information technology: ______________

(e) Photography/provision of audivisual aids (state details of the use in teaching context)

(d) Auditorium

(i) covered area _____________________________

(ii) air conditioning Yes or No

(e) Lecture halls (covered area of each)

(i) total number and their size ______________

(ii) seating capacity ______________

(f) Laboratories inclusive of skills laboratories (total number and covered area of each).

(i) seating capacity ___________________________

(iii) laboratories for-

(a) Physiology area _________ sq ft

(b) Biochemistry area _________ sq ft

(c) Histology area _________ sq ft

(d) Pharmacology area _________ sq ft

(e) Pathology area _________ sq ft

(f) Any other (please specify) __________________________

(g) Tutorial rooms (mention number and covered area of each)

(i) number in the college ___________________________

(ii) seating capacity (_____________)

(h) Common room for girls and boys (covered area) ______ sq ft

(i) seating capacity ________________________________

(i) Cafeteria

(i) seating capacity ____________________________

(j) Mortuary and animal house Yes or No

(k) Administration offices

(i) separate offices Yes or No

(l) Faculty offices (separate office till assistant professor)

(i) No of rooms and their size _____________

(m) Circulation spaces

(i) lawns Yes or No

(ii) sports facilities Yes or No

(n) Museums

(i) Anatomy area ___________ sq ft

(ii) Pharmacology area ___________ sq ft

(iii) Pathology area ___________ sq ft

(iv) Forensic Medicine area ___________ sq ft

(v) Community Medicine area ___________ sq ft

(o) Bone Bank Yes or No

Total Number of skeletons and bones _________________

(p) Dissection Hall

(i) Total Number ________________________

(ii) size (covered Area) ______________sq ft

(iii) Equipment as per individual department information (attach details as per list available in the web site: ++www.pmdc.org.pk <http://www.pmdc.org.pk>++)

(q) Transport facilities:

(i) Students number of buses/ vans ____________________

(ii) teachers number of buses/ vans ____________________

(iii) other staff number of buses/ vans ____________________

(r) Hostels:

(i) General description

(1) for boys ( capacity) ____________________

(2) for girls ( capacity) ____________________

(ii) Messing

(iii) Recreational facilities

(1) playground ____________________

(2) indoor facilities ____________________

(s) Co-curriculum activities available in the college:

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

  1. Fee structure:

(attach details of all type of payments received including tuition, examination, donation, hostel, transport or any other)

  1. Teaching hospitals (give details of each college separately if more then one in number, see regulation 19):

(a) Name of hospital

(b) Mandatory hospital facilities (Attach details as given in Appendix-V)

(c) Distribution of beds in hospitals (Attach details as given in Appendix-VI)

Total Beds Not for profit beds

(i) Hospital 1(own) ________ _________

(ii) Hospital 2 ________ _________

(iii) Hospital 3 ________ _________

|-------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|-----------------------------|-------------|-------|-------| | S.No. | Department | Daily average bed occupancy | OPD Numbers | Procedures/operations number || | | | | | Major | Minor | | 1. | Medicine and allied departments 1- 2- 3- 4- Salient procedures | | | | | | 2. | Surgery and allied departments 1- 2- 3- 4- Salient procedures/ operations | | | | | | 3. | Obstetrics and gynecology Salient procedures/ operations | | | | | | 4. | Ophthalmology | | | | | | 5. | ENT | | | | | | 6. | Pediatrics | | | | |

Note.- The hospital should have at least 4 tutorial rooms, to be shared by different departments for teaching of students. Each tutorial room should have at least 25 seats.

(a) Hospital inpatient x 02 __________

(i) seating capacity __________

(ii) air conditioning __________

(b) Hospital outpatient x 02 __________

(c) Equipment as per individual department information (attach details as per list available in the web site: ++www.pmdc.org.pk <http://www.pmdc.org.pk>++.)

(d) Library

(iii) books/journals/reference books __________

(iv) internet accessibility and free Wi-Fi __________

  1. Governance structure:

(a) Role of governing body Yes or No

a. as per Council's expectation

(b) Role of the academic council Yes or No

(c) Study boards and/or curriculum committee Yes or No

(d) Role of principal Yes or No

(e) Role of faculty Yes or No

(f) Annual report Yes or No

(g) Students facilities Yes or No

(h) Standards of entry into course Yes or No

(i) Students complaint and counselling cell Yes or No

  1. Admission standards:

(a) all merit ________________

(b) merit plus quota ________________

If merit plus quota, state No. of quota seats intended:_______

(c) weight-age assigned to:

matriculation or O levels ________________________

intermediate or A levels ________________________

admission (entry) test __________________________

interview ____________________________________

any other standards ____________________________

(d) standards for foreigners ________________________

(e) examination system (regulations of the institution /university be supplied)

  1. Academics (see regulations 30 to 39):

(a) curriculum (Council's approved) traditional/integrated-modular

(b) teaching and learning traditional/PBL/hybrid

(c) assessment methods internal assessment%

(d) end of year examination

  1. Faculty (see regulations 21 to 25)

(a) Faculty registration (as per Part-XII of Pakistan Registration of Medical and Dental Practitioners Regulations, 2008 (Council's Notification S.R.O. 07(KE)/2009]

(i) provisional/full __________

(ii) how many registered __________

(iii) how many unregistered __________

(b) Faculty and staff requirement for MBBS (Study Appendix-VII and attach details of each faculty of each department)

|------------|-------------|-------------------------------|-----------| | Department | Designation | Required up to 100 admissions | Available | | | | | |

(c) Faculty and staff requirement for BDS (Study Appendix-VIII and attach details of each faculty of each department)

|------------|-------------|------------------------------|-----------| | Department | Designation | Required up to 50 admissions | Available | | | | | |

(d) Facilities for faculty (Rooms common rooms internet library etc.)

(e) Service structure

(f) All faculty names and qualification are attached as per individual department information.

  1. Future Plans: Attach details of future expansion plans if any.

CERTIFICATE

The institution fulfils the standards and requirements as laid down by the Council for establishment and recognition of the institution. I have been empowered by the governing body of this institution to sign this application. I accept full responsibility for the above stated facts and I am fully aware of the Council's requirements and all related rules and regulations and in case of any violation of them, the governing body members and I shall be responsible.

Date Signature

Principal or Project Director of_________Name of the college

(on behalf of governing body)

Countersigned by the Vice Chancellor or the Registrar of the University

Checklist of documents required with this application.

  1. Evidence of title of ownership or 33-year lease for land on which college and hospital is built.

  2. Consent letter from university having legal authority (Federal/Provincial) that it will grant affiliation if college gets recognition under the Medical and Dental Council Ordinance, 1962.

  3. Two Bank guarantees and evidence of establishment of endowment fund and working capital as required.

  4. Letter from the applicant that students will not be admitted until applicant gets NOC from the Council.

  5. Design for college and hospital building according to laid down specifications of the Council from a certified architect. Maps of the site and buildings certified by the architect and building control authority, that buildings are constructed according to specification certified earlier.

  6. Copy of the registered deed along with memorandum of the association of the corporate body (company / societies / trust).

  7. Undertaking that transfer of ownership of private institution will not take place after recognition without prior approval of the Council

  8. Library(please see website: ++www.pmdc.org.pk <http://www.pmdc.org.pk>++ ): inventory list of books and journals; proof of internet connectivity and purchase of required number of computers.

  9. Equipment (please see website: ++www.pmdc.org.pk <http://www.pmdc.org.pk>++ ): verified inventory of necessary equipment, for college and hospital.

  10. That the institution/constituent or affiliated college of university shall submit the detail of available teaching staff with documentary evidence of their appointment letter and agreement letter.

  11. Faculty registration certificates issued by the Council.

  12. Individual department information.

  13. MOU in case of partnership

Appendix-II

[see regulation 3(2)]

|--------|-----------|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | Sr.No. | 1 | 2 | | 1. | Stage 1. | Receipt of applications of the institution through the University/DAI to concerned Ministry by 1st January to 31st March each year and then referred to the Council by the Federal Government by 30th June of same year. | | 2. | Stage 2. | Presentation by the institution before the Executive Committee for permission for inspection | | 3. | Stage 3. | Issue of Letter of inspection by Council as per direction of Executive Committee. | | 4. | Stage 4. | Inspection by Council inspectors appointed by the Executive Committee and commissioned by the President of the Council | | 5. | Stage 5. | Applicant institution to send its observations on the Council inspection report. | | 6. | Stage 6. | Inspection report and the observation of the institution shall be considered by the Executive Committee and recommendations made to the Council. | | 7. | Stage 7. | Formulation of recommendations by the Council" for the Federal Government for notification in the schedules or otherwise and issuance of letter of no objection by the Council to the University for affiliation | | 8. | Stage 8. | Inclusion in the relevant Schedule by the Federal Government on the recommendations received from the Council and the University. | | 9. | Stage 9. | Advertisement for admission and admission of students by the institution. | | 10. | Stage 10. | Registration of Students by PM&DC |

Note: The Council shall not receive any direct or advance application nor shall the Council shall not entertain any application if received from the Federal Government after 30th June same year. The Council shall inspect the institutions by end of September same year and hold a session in the last week of October same year to decide the cases of recognition and shall forward these cases to the Federal Government for process of notification, as the case may be. These time frames shall also be applicable to recognized institutions that are applying directly to the Council for permission to increase the number of annual admissions to the course.

Appendix-III

[see regulation 4]

|-------|---------------------------|----------------|---------------------|---------------------| | | SCORE CHART for 100 MBBS and 50 BDS ADMISSIONS |||| | S.No. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 1. | Spot | Scoring points | Minimum requirement | Score by inspectors | | 2. | Legal | 75 | 75 | ---------------- | | 3. | Financial | 75 | 75 | ---------------- | | 4. | Infrastructure of college | 200 | 120 | ---------------- | | 5. | Hospital | 250 | 180 | ---------------- | | 6. | Academics Faculty | 100 300 | 80 220 | ---------------- | | 7. | Total | 1000 | 750 | ---------------- |

|--------|--------------------|--------------|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | Sr.No. | Rating or Category | (%) Score | Status | | | 1 | 2 | 3 | | 1. | Z | Less than 75 | Not approved for recommendation or continuation of recognition to train .................. students | | 2 | Y | 75 to 85 | Approved for recommendation or continuation of recognition to train ................... students | | 3. | X | 85 to 95 | Approved for recommendation or continuation of recognition to train ................. students | | 4. | W | 95 to 100 | Approved for recommendation or continuation of recognition to train ................. students |

Notes.-

  1. Z category may be divided into two, namely:-

(a) Z1 for less than shall mean not 60 approved for recommendation or continuation of recognition.

(b) Z2 for 60 to 75 shall mean not approved for the present number of seats, however recommended for reduction in the number of seats by 50, e.g if a college has applied for 150 seats, will be recognized for 100 seats. Similarly if a college has applied for 100 seats, will be recognized for 50 seats. However the college may re-apply for increase in the number of seats after a mandatory period of two years, after fulfilling the deficiencies pointed out in the inspection report.

  1. There shall be a W plus category for colleges with facilities which are higher than the minimum laid down standards for recognition, meaning colleges scoring more than 1000 points.

  2. All scores or marks or points in these regulations are for 100 MBBS or 50 BDS students, however the analogy may be applied on other categories.

Appendix - IV

[See Regulation 16]

Table A

Infrastructure

Note.--

(1) The total marks for infrastructure may be 200. Weight-age is given as percentage in front of individual facilities.

(2) Instead of six laboratories, the college may have two multi-disciplinary laboratories, with a capacity of fifty in each laboratories. List of equipments available in these multi-disciplinary laboratories shall be provided to the Council.

(3) College and the hospital may have separate skill laboratories.

TABLE

|--------|---------------------------------------|----------|---------------|--------------| | | (B) Hospital 250 Marks |||| | Sr.No. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 1 | Hospital Facility | 500 Beds | 250 sqft/Bed. | 125,000 sqft | | 2 | Teaching Facilities and Staff Offices | | | 10,000 sqft | | 3 | Faculty residence (clinical sciences) | | | 75,000 sqft | | 4 | Total ||| 210,000 sqft |

|--------|-------------|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------| | Covered area ||||| | Sr.No. | 1. | 2. | 3. | 4. | | 1. | | 100 MBBS students | 150 MBBS students | 350 MBBS students | | 2. | College | 134,325 sqft | 183,875 sqft | 326,825 sqft | | 3. | Hospital | 210,000 sqft | 210,000 sqft | 210,000 sqft | | 4. | Grand total | 344,325 sqft | 393,875 | 561,825 sqft |

Notes:--

  1. Out of 250 marks, 60% (150 marks) may be given to the hospital facilities and 40% (100 marks) to the bed strength.

  2. It is also recommended that the hospital may have at least four tutorial rooms, to be shared by different departments for teaching of students. Each tutorial room may have at least twenty-five seats.

|--------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | Sr.No. | Other Facilities | | 1. | IT laboratories with Wi-Fi connectivity | | 2. | The library may be well-stocked with at least thirty copies of each and every text books and ten sets of at least five reference books in each subject. | | 3. | That institute must have availability of internet connectivity and at least one computer per ten students on roll. |

(50 BDS Students)

|---------|--------------------------------------|--------|----|----------|--------------------------|--------------------|-------------| | | (A) College 200 marks ||||||| | Sr. No. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | | 1. | Infra-structure | credit | No | Capacity | Size | | | | 2 | Auditorium | 10% | 1 | 300 | 15 sqft/person | | 4500 sqft | | 3 | Lecture hall | 15% | 3 | 100 | 15 sqft/person | 150 sqft each x 3 | 4500 sqft | | 4 | Library | 15% | 1 | 100 | 50 sqft/person | | 5000 sqft | | 5 | Common room for girls | 2.5% | 1 | | At least 40x40 ft. | | 1600 sqft | | 6 | Common room for boys | 2.5% | 1 | | At least 40x40 ft. | | 1600 sqft | | 7 | Cafeteria | 05% | | | Lump sum | | 1000 sqft | | 8 | Tutorial (x4) | 15% | 4 | 25 | 15 sqft/person | 375 sqft each x4 | 1500 sqft | | 9 | Laboratories (x6) | 15% | 6 | 25 | 50 sqft/person | 1250 sqft each x 6 | 7500 sqft | | 10 | Museum (x4) | 10% | 4 | 25 | 500 sqft each x 4 | 500 sqft each x 4 | 1000 sqft | | 11 | Offices (x7) | 05% | 7 | | 500 sqft each department | 500 sqft each x 7 | 3500 sqft | | 12 | Miscellaneous space (Administration) | | | | Lump sum | | 2000 sqft | | 13 | Circulation and other space | | | | | | 10,000 sqft | | 14 | Total | | | | | | 43,700 sqft |

(2) Instead of six laboratories, the college may have two multi-disciplinary laboratories, with a capacity of 50 in each laboratory. List of equipments available in these multi-disciplinary laboratories shall be provided to the Council.

|--------|---------------------------------------|----|-----|-----|--------------|--------------| | | (B) Hospital 250 marks |||||| | Sr.No. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | | 1. | Number of Admissions | 50 | 75 | 100 | | | | 2. | Hospital Facility | 75 | 100 | 125 | 100 sqft/Bed | 40,000 sqft | | 3 | Teaching Facilities and Staff Offices | | | | | 10,000 sqft | | 4. | Total ||||| 500,000 sqft | | 5. | Grand Total ||||| 84,000 sqft |

Note.--Out of 250 marks, 60% may be given to the hospital facilities and 40% to the bed strength.

TABLE C

Additional space required (dental college)

|--------|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------------| | | | 50 Students | 75 Students | 100 Students | | Sr.No. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 1 | Preclinical Laboratory (Prosthetic and dental materials) | 500 sq ft | 750 sq ft | 1000 sq ft | | 2 | Prosthetic laboratory (Plaster room, curing room | 500 sq ft | 750 sq ft | 1000 sq ft | | 3 | Ceramic laboratory | 200 sq ft | 250 sq ft | 250 sq ft | | 4 | Oral biology laboratories | 400 sq ft | 650 sq ft | 800 sq ft | | 5 | Oral pathology laboratory | 400 sq ft | 650 sq ft | 800 sq ft. | | 6 | Dental museum | 250 sq ft | 250 sq ft | 250 sq ft. | | 7 | Community dental laboratory | 500 sq ft | 650 sq ft | 800 sq ft. | | 8 | Phantom head Laboratory | 15 Stations | 18 Stations | 25 Stations | | 9 | Dental chair unit First visit 0.5x student 2nd visit 0.5x student 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. | | 10. | Circular Space 30% | 2250 | 3000 | 4500 | | 11 | Additional Space | 10,000 sq ft | 14,000 sq ft. | 18,000 sq ft. |

|--------|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | Sr.No. | Other Faculties | | 1 | The library must be well-stocked with at least 30 copies of each and every text books and 10 sets of at least 5 reference books in each subject. | | 2 | That institute must have availability of internet connectivity and at least 01 computer per 05 students on roll. | | 3 | Free Wifi facility both in the College as well as the attached Hospital. |

Appendix-V

[see regulation 17(7)]

Hospital facilities includes: 60% (150 marks)

(a) Out-patient department: 10%(15 marks)

(i) resuscitation area with facilities;

(ii) separate cubicles for teaching medical students;

(iii) dressing area;

(iv) basic instruments according to different specialties;

(v) faculty room; and

(vi) provision of wheel chairs and stretchers;

(b) Hospitai pharmacy. 05%(7.5 marks)

(i) both for indoor and outdoor patients; and

(ii) trained pharmacists;

(c) Emergency room: 10%(15 marks)

(i) ten beds with monitoring facilities;

(ii) minor operation theater;

(iii) facilities for resuscitation especially defibrillator;

(iv) cubicles for patients with central oxygen and suction and monitoring facilities; and

(v) two Anesthesia machines with ventilator;

(d) Operating rooms: 10%(15 marks)

(i) pre-anesthesia area;

(ii) recovery area with central oxygen and suction and monitoring facilities;

(iii) five fully equipped operating rooms;

(iv) monitoring facilities in all theatres;

(v) one image intensifier;

(vi) facilities for resuscitation

(vii) five anesthesia machines with ventilators;

(viii) capnograph (optional);

(ix) diathermy machines in each theatre, both mono polar and bipolar; and

(x) protocol for Hepatitis B/C;

(e) Critical care beds e.g intensive care, coronary care and neonatal care: 15% (22.5 marks)

(i) separate medical and surgical icu beds;

(ii) separate paediatric and neonatal intensive care beds;

(iii) coronary care beds;

(iv) 15% of the total bed strength may be intensive care beds;

(v) ventilatory facilities at least 15 ventilators; and

(vi) facilities for blood gas analysis;

(f) Central sterilization and store department (CSSD): 10% (15 marks)

(i) washing area;

(iii) one washer disinfector;

(iii) two steam autoclaves with 134 c temperature 500 litres;

(iv) one ethylene di-oxide/formaldehyde gas sterilizer;

(v) sealing machines;

(vi) chemical sterilization facilities; and

(vii) storage and distribution counter;

(g) Radiology services with all imaging modalities: 15% (22.5marks)

(I) X-ray Machines:

(i) 500 mA one fluoroscopy or image Intensifier;

(ii) 300 mA two stationary bucky table;

(iii) 300 mA two stationary bucky stand; and

(iv) 100 mA two portable;

(II) Ultrasound Machines:

(i) 3.5 mHz two probe gray scale;

(ii) 3.5 mHz two probe portable gray scale; .

(iii) two colour doppler multi frequency probes;

(iv) two biopsy probes; and

(v) Computerized tomography scan( CT Scan) or Magnetic resonance imaging scan (MRI) multislice (4/16/64);

(III) One mammography preferably with magnifier or spot film or compression;

(IV) Safety Equipment:

(i) three lead aprons;

(ii) one total lead deflector (TLD);

(iii) four lead shield/partitions; and

(iv) film badge or radiation detector and thyroid shields;

(V) Optional equipments:

(i) OPG;

(ii) angiography Suites (compulsory);

(iii) PACS; and

(iv) computed or digital radiography;

(h) Laboratory services (haematology, histopathology, microbiology; chemical pathology and blood bank): 15% (22.5marks)

(I) Histopathology:

(i) one microtome facilities;

(ii) one facilities for tissue processing;

(iii) one embedding stations;

(iv) one basic staining station;

(v) one microscope with multiple heads; and

(vi) frozen section facilities (optional);

(II) Haematology:

(i) one 3/5 part automated differential counter;

(ii) two microscopes 1 with teaching head;

(iii) five neubauer chambers;

(iv) basic staining facilities inc reticulocytes

(v) one Fridge to keep samples;

(III) Blood bank:

(i) one centrifuge;

(ii) one agglutination viewer;

(iii) one water bath/heat block;

(iv) one microscope;

(v) one platelet rotator with incubator;

(vi) one blood bank fridge;

(vii) one -30 c freezer for storage;

(IV) Chemical pathology:

(i) two centrifuges;

(ii) one semi automated chemistry analyzer;

(iii) one automated chemistry analyzer;

(iv) one immunoassay analyzer;

(v) one refractometer;

(vi) one ion selective electrode;

(vii) one blood gas analyzer [either in department or intensive care unit (ICU)]; .

(viii) one fridge; and

(ix) one Freezer -30 or 70 C

(V) Microbiology:

(i) one incubator 37C;

(ii) basic staining facilities;

(iii) one fridge

(iv) two microscope with teaching head

(v) safety hood

(i) Day-care facilities: 05%(7.5 marks)

(j) Food service: and

(k) Proper waste disposal system (incinerators): 05%(7.5marks)

The total marks for hospital services are 150. The above mentioned percentage is calculated on 150 marks.

The hospital shall have at least four tutorial rooms, to be shared by different departments for teaching of students. Each tutorial shall have at least twenty-five seats.

  1. The total number of beds required for 100 students is 500. The hospital shall have 500 beds of which at least 150 beds may be from hospital owned by institution and the rest 350 beds shall be contracted through partnership.

  2. The hospital shall have the liberty of either demarcate the number of beds according to the specialties mentioned above or they may allocate beds according to floors or demarcated areas. Under this scenario medicine and allied shall have 200 beds, surgery and allied shall have 150 beds and mother and child health shall have 150 beds making a total of 500 beds.

  3. Out of 500 beds, 10% may be beds with monitoring facilities e.g. ICU, CCU, NICU, HDU or in emergency room.

  4. There may be minimum of two outreach clinics dedicated for community health services.

  5. Since most of the surgeries or procedures done in ophthalmology is carried out as an outpatient or day care the number of beds in this specialty is reduced to 15.

  6. The scoring shall be done according to the number of occupied beds and allocation of beds in different specialties or floors, as mentioned above, e.g if the total strength of beds is 400, then 20% marks will be deducted, or if the hospital does not have beds with monitoring facilities, although the total number is 500, still 10% marks may be deducted. Bed occupancy annual average shall not be below 60%.

  7. For dental college; the requirement of dental hospital for admissions in BDS, if it is a standalone dental hospital, shall be equal to their annual intake of students in the following proportion i.e. 20 for general surgery and 20 for general medicine and 10 beds for oral and maxillofacial surgery. For the dental college with medical college no extra beds are required.

  8. Forty per cent marks may be given to the occupied bed strength. The prescribed number of beds, in teaching hospital distributed among the specialties is shown below, namely:

Appendix-VI

[See regulation 17(7)]

Number of Beds (Medical College)

Total marks 100 marks (40%)

|---------|------------------------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------| | | Department | Required up to 100 admissions | Required up to 150 admissions | Required for 151 to 200 admissions | Required for 201 to 250 admissions | Required for to 300 admissions | | Sr. No. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | | 1 | Essential Specialties | 500 Beds | 600 Beds | 700 Beds | 800 Beds | 900 Beds | | 2 | Medicine | 75 | 120 | 120 | 160 | 200 | | 3 | Surgery | 75 | 120 | 120 | 160 | 200 | | 4 | Gynecology & Obstetrics | 80 | 80 | 120 | 120 | 1.130 | | 5. | Pediatric | 40 | 40 | 80 | 80 | 80 | | 6. | Eye | 15 | 20 | 20 | 20 | 20 | | 7 | Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) | 15 | 20 | 20 | 20 | 20 | | 8 | Orthopedic/trauma | 40 | 40 | 40 | 40 | 50 | | 9 | Optional Specialists | | | | | | | 10 | Medicine and Allied Specialization | 80 | 80 | 80 | 80 | 80 | | 11 | Surgery and Allied Specialization (10 Beds maxillofacial Survey) | 80 (1 unit on OMFS) | 80 (1 unit on OMFS) | 100 (1 unit on OMFS) | 120 Floating (Depending upon need and faculty) | 120 Floating (Depending upon need and faculty) |

Note: Dissection of the bodies and the mortuary is desirable. Federal Provincial and local government may facilitate private sector in obtaining the cadvers. Executive committee may allow a simulator in place of the cadavers after analyzing the case.

Appendix-VII

[See regulation 28]

Table 1

FACULTY AND STAFF REQUIREMENT FOR MBBS (BASIC SCIENCES)

|-------|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------|-------------------------------|--------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------| | Sr No | Department | Designation | Required up to 100 admissions | Marks up to 100 admissions | Required up to 101 to 150 admission | Required up to 151 to 250 admission | Required up to 101 to 150 admission | Required up to 251 to 300 admission | Required up to 301 to 350 admission | | | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | | | | | | For first inspection 150 Marks | For continued inspection l50 Marks | | | | | | 2 | Anatomy 500 teaching hours | Professor Associate | 1 | 30 | 10 | 1 | 1 | | 2 | | 3 | | Professor | 1 | 22 | 06 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 4 | (250 theory + 250 Practical) | Assistant Professor | 2 | 9+9=18 | 2+2=4 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | | 5 | Total marks for anatomy | Demonstrator | 8 | 10 | 02 | 9 | 12 | 14 | 16 | | 6 | for first inspection (80) and | Dissection hall attendance | 2 | | | 2 | 4 | 6 | 8 | | 7 | subsequent into (22) | Curator of Museum | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 8 | | Laboratory Technician or Assistant | 2 | | | 3 | 4 | 6 | 8 | | 9 | | Stenographer of Computer Operator | 1 | | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 3 | | 10 | Physiology 500 teaching | Professor | 1 | 30 | 10 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 11 | hours [250 theory 250 practical] | Associate Professor | 1 | 22 | 06 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 12 | Total marks for Physiology | Assistant Professor | 2 | 9+9=18 | 2+2=4 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | | 13 | for first inspection (80) and | Demonstrator | 8 | 10 | 02 | 9 | 12 | 14 | 16 | | 14 | subsequent into (22) | Laboratory Technician or Assistant | 2 | | | 3 | 4 | 6 | 8 | | 15 | | Store Keeper | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 16 | | Stenographer of Computer Operator | 1 | | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 3 | | 17 | Biochemistry 30D teaching hours | Professor | 1 | 30 | 08 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 18 | [150 theory + 150 practical] | Associate Professor | 1 | 22 | 06 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 19 | hours Increased from 200 to 300 | Assistant Professor | 2 | 9+9=18 | 2+2=4 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | | 13 | Total marks for biochemistry for first inspection (80) and subsequent insp. (20) | Demonstrator | 8 | 10 | 02 | 9 | 12 | 14 | 16 | | 21 | | Laboratory Technician or Assistant | 2 | | | 3 | 4 | 6 | 8 | | 22 | | Store Keeper | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 23 | | Stenographer of Computer Operator | 1 | | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 3 | | 24 | Pharmacology 300 teaching hours [150 theory + 150 practical] For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required for | Professor | 1 | 30 | 08 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 25 | | Associate Professor | 1 | 22 | 06 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 26 | | Assistant Professor | 2 | 9+9=18 | 2+2=4 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | | 27 | | Demonstrator | 8 | 10 | 02 | 9 | 12 | 14 | 16 | | 28 | initial inspections marks for | Pharmacist | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 29 | Pharmacology 22 | Laboratory Technician or Assistant | 2 | | | 3 | 4 | 6 | 8 | | 30 | | Store Keeper | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 31 | Pathology Histopathology Microbiology Chemical Pathology hematology For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required. For initial inspection marks 06. For subsequent Inspection. Total marks is 22 | Stenographer of Computer Operator | 1 | | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 3 | | 32 | | Professor or Associate Professor | 4 | 4 | 10 | 5 | 6 | 6 | 8 | | 33 | | Associate Professor | 4 | 1 | 08 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | | 34 | | Demonstrator | 8 | 1 | 4 | 10 | 12 | 14 | 16 | | 35 | | Laboratory Technician or Assistant | 4 | | | 6 | 8 | 10 | 12 | | 36 | | Stenographer of Computer Operator | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 37 | | Store Keeper | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 38 | | Curator of Museum | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 39 | Forensic medicine 100 teaching hours [50 Theory + 50 Practical] For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required. For Initial inspection marks 06 For subsequent Inspection Total marks for forensic medicine 20. | Professor or Associate Professor | 2 | 4 | 14 | 3 | 3 | 4 | 5 | | 40 | | Demonstrator | 4 | 2 | 6 | 4 | 6 | 6 | 8 | | 41 | | Laboratory Technician or Assistant | 1 | | | 1 | 3 | 3 | 4 | | 42 | | Stenographer of Computer Operator | 1 | | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 43 | | Store Keeper | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 44 | | Professor | 1 | 2 | 10 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 45 | | Associate Professor | 1 | 2 | 6 | 1 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 46 | | Assistant Professor | 1 | 1 | 4 | 2 | 3 | 3 | 4 | | 47 | | Demonstrator | 4 | 1 | 2 | 6 | 8 | 8 | 8 | | 48 | | Medical Social worker | 2 | | | 2 | 4 | 4 | 6 | | 49 | | Stenographer of Computer Operator | 1 | | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 3 |

Note

(1) Keeping In view the dearth of qualified medical teachers n basic sciences, MPhill holder is eligible for Professor 011 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 vise for recognition. Fifty percent of the rest of Mt fatuity in each department shall be acceptable for recognition. Full complement of all f acuities shall be demonstrated once the students reach third year and this shall be vented by inspection. The 00% 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 sewers and postgraduate programs.

Table 2

Faculty and Staff Requirements For MBBS (Clinic Science)

|-------|----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------|------------|--------------------------------|------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------| | Sr No | 1 | 2 | 3 ||| 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | | | Department | Designation | Required up to 100 admissions ||| Required up to 151 to 250 admission | Required up to 101 to 150 admission | Required up to 251 to 300 admission | Required up to 301 to 350 admission | | 2 | | | | For first inspection 150 Marks | For continued inspection l50 Marks | | | | | | 3 | "Medicine and Allied 800 teaching hour, [300 theory + 500 clinical] For initial Inspection 50% of faculty is required. For Initial inspection marks 06. For subsequent insp. 22 marks | Professor | 2 | 1+1 | 10 | 2 | 3 | 3 | 4 | | 4 | | Associate Professor | 2 | 2 | 6 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | | 5 | | Assistant Professor | 2 | 1 | 4 | 4 | 6 | 6 | 8 | | 6 | | Senior Registrar | 2 | 01 | 1+1=2 | 4 | 6 | 7 | 8 | | 7 | | Resident of Medical office | 4 | | | 6 | 8 | 10 | 12 | | 8 | ''Surgery end Allied 800 teaching hour (300 theory + 500 clinical) For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required. For initial inspection marks 06. For subsequent insp. 22 marks | Professor | 2 | 02 | 10 | 2 | 3 | 3 | 4 | | 9 | | Associate Professor | 2 | 2 | 6 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | | 10 | | Assistant Professor | 2 | 1 | 4 | 4 | 6 | 6 | 8 | | 11 | | Senior Registrar | 2 | 01 | 1+1=2 | 4 | 6 | 7 | 8 | | 12 | | Resident of Medical office | 4 | | | 6 | 8 | 10 | 12 | | 13 | 'Obst and Gynae06 faculty members with at least 01 Professor (300 teaching hours) For Initial Inspection 50% of faculty is required, For Initial inspection marks 06. For subsequent Imp. 22 marks | Professor | 2 | 1+1 | 10 | 2 | 3 | 3 | 4 | | 14 | | Associate Professor | 2 | 2 | 6 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | | 15 | | Assistant Professor | 2 | 1 | 4 | 4 | 6 | 6 | 8 | | 16 | | Senior Registrar | 2 | 01 | 1+1=2 | 4 | 6 | 7 | 8 | | 17 | | Resident of Medical office | 4 | | | 6 | 8 | 10 | 12 | | 18 | 'Eye (100 teething hours) For Initial Inspection 50% of faculty is required. For initial inspection marks 06. For subsequent insp. 18 marks | Professor | 2 | 1+1 | 10 | 2 | 3 | 3 | 4 | | 19 | | Associate Professor | 1 | 2 | 6 | 2 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 19a | | Assistant Professor | 1 | 2 | 6 | 2 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 20 | | Senior Registrar | | 01 | 1+1=2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 21 | | Resident of Medical office | 3 | | | 4 | 8 | 10 | 12 | | 22 | E.N.T 1100 teaching hours) For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required, For initial inspection marks 06. For subsequent insp. 18 marks | Professor | 1 | 3 | 10 | 1 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 23 | | Associate Professor | 1 | 2 | 6 | 2 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 23a | | Assistant Professor | 1 | 2 | 6 | 2 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 24 | | Senior Registrar | | 01 | 1+1=2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 25 | | Resident of Medical office | 3 | | | 4 | 8 | 10 | 12 | | 26 | Paediatric 1300 teaching hours] For initial inspection 50% of faculty is required. For initial inspection marks 06. For subsequent insp. 18 marks | Professor | 1 | 2 | 08 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 3 | | 27 | | Associate Professor | 1 | 2 | 5 | 1 | 1 | 2 | 2 | | 28 | | Assistant Professor | 1 | 1 | 3 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | | 29 | | Senior Registrar | 1 | 01 | 02 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | | 30 | | Resident of Medical office | 4 | | | 6 | 8 | 10 | 12 | | 31 | Orthopedics Calculated with Surgery | Professor | 1 | | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 3 | | 32 | | Associate Professor | 1 | | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 33 | | Assistant Professor | 1 | | | 2 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 34 | | Senior Registrar | 1 | 01 | 1+1=2 | 1 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 35 | | Resident of Medical office | 2 | | | 4 | 6 | 8 | 10 | | 36 | *Psychiatry [100 teaching hours] Behavioral Sciences(50 teaching hours] calculated with medicine 10 marks | Professor or Associate Professor or Assistant Professor | 1 | | 06 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 37 | | Senior Registrar | 1 | | 03 | 2 | | | | | 38 | | Resident of Medical office | 2 | | 01 | 4 | 6 | 8 | 10 | | 39 | Dermatology calculated with medicine | Professor or Associate Professor or Assistant Professor | 1 | | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 40 | | Senior Registrar | 1 | | | 2 | 6 | 8 | 10 | | 41 | | Resident of Medical office | 2 | | | 4 | | | | | 42 | Anesthesiology or critical care calculated with surgery 10 Marks | Professor | 1 | 06 | | 1 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 43 | | Associate Professor | 1 | 03 | | 1 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 44 | | Assistant Professor or Senior Registrar | 1 | 1 | | 2 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 45 | | Medical office or registrar | | | Adjusting according to workload ||||| | 46 | 01 | 05 | | 02 | 01 01 | 01 01 | 01 01 | | | | 47 | | Assistant Director | 02 | | | 2 | 01 | 01 | 01 | | 48 | Radiology (Diagnostic) 05 Marks | Professor | 1 | 2 | | 2 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 49 | | Associate Professor | 1 | 02 | | 2 | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 50 | | Assistant Professor or Senior Registrar | 1 | 1 | | 2 | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 51 | | Medical office or registrar | Adjusting according to workload ||||||| | 52 | Accident & Emergency Department (3,5 years window period) | Professor or Associate Professor or Assistant Professor | 1 | | | 1 | | | | | 53 | | CMO | 3per shift | | | 4 | 8 | 8 | 12 | | 54 | | Radographer | 1/shift | | | 1/shift | 2/shift | 2/shift | 2/shift |

Marks in different specialties are calculated according to the number of teaching hours. Percentage of marks to be given to dif event level of faculty is mentioned is also mentioned. Subjects like psychiatry and dermatology should be calculated with medicine and subjects like orthopedics and anesthesia should be calculated with Surgery. Additional marks shall be given to medical education and radiology.

Doctors performing any duty after time of 2400hours shall not be required to come to duty before time of 1200hours 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 p^r^operty qualified persons and facilities are available in accordance with theRegulation of the Council such specialty unit shall be under the respective head of the department of medicine, surgery etc. for teaching purposes.

|-----------|--------------------------------------|------------------------------------------| | Sr No | 1 | 2 | | 1 | Recommended for ancillary staff for 100 MBBS admissions for surgery and medicine shall be available as per need of workload, following staff is still retained. || | 2 | 1. Medical Record Officer 01 | 5. Deputy Librarian 3/100 intake | | 3 | 2. Statistician 1/100 intake | 6. Photographer 1/100 intake | | 4 | 3. Animal attendant for animal house | 7. Audiovisual Technician 1/lecture hall | | 5 | 4. Chief Librarian 01 | 8. Nutntionist 01 | | 6 | | | | 7 | Note (1) There shall be minor operation theater available in casualty department (2) There shall be also a blood bank with 24 hour service. ||

Table 3

FACULTY AND STAFF REQUIREMENT FOR BDS( BASIC SCIENCE)

Total Marks for basic sciences: 150 marks

|-------|---------------------------------------|----------------------------------|------------------------------|------------------------------|------------------------------| | | Department | Designation | Required up to 50 admissions | Marks up to 70-80 admissions | Required up to 100 admission | | Sr No | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | | 1 | Anatomy 108 theory +300 Practical | Professor or Associate Professor | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 2 | | Assistant Professor | 0 | 0 | 1 | | 3 | | Demonstrator | 3 | 4 | 4 | | 4 | Physiology 108 theory +300 Practical | Professor or Associate Professor | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 5 | | Assistant Professor | 0 | 0 | 1 | | 6 | | Demonstrator | 3 | 4 | 4 | | 7 | Biochemistry 72 theory +150 Practical | Professor or Associate Professor | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 8 | | Assistant Professor | 0 | 0 | 1 | | 9 | | Demonstrator | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 10 | Pharmacology 72 theory +250 Practical | Professor or Associate Professor | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 11 | | Assistant Professor | 0 | 0 | 1 | | 12 | | Demonstrator | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 13 | Pathology 72 theory +250 Practical | Professor or Associate Professor | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 14 | | Assistant Professor | 0 | 0 | 1 | | 15 | | Demonstrator | 2 | 3 | 4 |

Note: There should be designated faculty for BDS students.

Table 4

Faculty and Staff Requirement for BDS ( Clinical Sciences)

Total marks for basic sciences: 150 Marks

|-------|------------------------------------------|----------------------------------|------------------------------|------------------------------|------------------------------| | | Department | Designation | Required up to 50 admissions | Marks up to 70-80 admissions | Required up to 100 admission | | Sr No | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | | 1 | General medicine 72 theory +400 clinical | Professor or Associate Professor | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 2 | | Assistant Professor | 0 | 1 | 1 | | 3 | | Senior Registrar | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 4 | General Surgery 72 theory +400 clinical | Professor or Associate Professor | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 5 | | Assistant Professor | 0 | 1 | 1 | | 6 | | Senior Registrar | 1 | 1 | 1 |

Table 5

Sciences of dental materials and Dental technology (Laboratory Techniques), oral biology, oral pathology, community OR preventive dentistry

|-------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------------------------------|----|----|-----|-----| | Sr No | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | | 1 | Subject | Designation | Staff Required ||| | | 2 | | | 50 | 75 | 100 | | | 3 | Dental biomaterials and dental technology (Laboratory Techniques) | Professor or Associate Professor | 00 | 01 | 01 | 10 | | 4 | | Assistant Professor or Senior Lecturer | 01 | 01 | 02 | 05 | | 5 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator | 02 | 03 | 04 | 2.5 | | 6 | Oral Biology | Professor or Associate Professor | 00 | 01 | 01 | 10 | | 7 | | Assistant Professor or Senior Lecturer | 01 | 01 | 02 | 05 | | 8 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator | 02 | 03 | 04 | 2.5 | | 9 | Oral Pathology | Professor or Associate Professor | 00 | 01 | 01 | 10 | | 10 | | Assistant Professor or Senior Lecturer | 01 | 01 | 02 | 05 | | 11 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator | 02 | 03 | 04 | 2.5 | | 12 | Community or preventive detitry | Professor or Associate Professor | 00 | 01 | 01 | 10 | | 13 | | Assistant Professor or Senior Lecturer | 01 | 01 | 02 | 05 | | 14 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator | 02 | 03 | 04 | 2.5 |

Table 6

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Operative, Restorative, Conservative, Dentistry, Prosthodontics, Orhtodontics, Period ontology and Oral Medicine

|-------|----------------------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------|----|----|-----| | Sr No | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | | 1 | Subject | Designation | Staff Required ||| | 2 | | | 50 | 75 | 100 | | 3 | Oral Maxillofacial surgery | Professor or Associate Professor or Assistant Professor | 01 | 02 | 01 | | 4 | | | | | | | 5 | | | | | | | 6 | | Senior Registrar | 01 | 01 | 02 | | 7 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator or Registrar | 03 | 04 | 05 | | 8 | Operative or restorative or conservative dentistry | Professor | 01 || 02 | | 9 | | Associate Professor | || | | 10 | | Assistant Professor | || | | 11 | | Senior Registrar | 01 | 01 | 02 | | 12 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator or Registrar | 03 | 04 | 05 | | 13 | Prosthodontics | Professor | 01 || 02 | | 14 | | Associate Professor | || | | 15 | | Assistant Professor | || | | 16 | | Senior Registrar | 01 | 01 | 02 | | 17 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator or Registrar | 03 | 04 | 05 | | 18 | Period ontology | Professor | 01 || 02 | | 19 | | Associate Professor | || | | 20 | | Assistant Professor | || | | 21 | | Senior Registrar | 01 | 01 | 02 | | 22 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator or Registrar | 03 | 04 | 05 | | 23 | Oral Medicine | Professor | 01 || 02 | | 24 | | Associate Professor | || | | 25 | | Assistant Professor | || | | 26 | | Senior Registrar | 01 | 01 | 02 | | 27 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator or Registrar | 03 | 04 | 05 | | 28 | Orhtodontics, | Professor | 01 || 02 | | 29 | | Associate Professor | || | | 30 | | Assistant Professor | || | | 31 | | Senior Registrar | 01 | 01 | 02 | | 32 | | Lecturer or Demonstrator or Registrar | 03 | 04 | 05 |

Table 7

Para-medical staff

|---------|----|----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|----|----------------|-----| | Sr. No. | | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 1 | | Designation | | Staff required | | | 2 | | | 50 | 75 | 100 | | 3 | 1 | Dental Surgery Assistants | 25 | 35 | 50 | | 4 | 2 | Prosthetic Technician | 1 | 2 | 3 | | 5. | 3 | Ceramic Technician | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 6. | 4 | Orthodontics Techinicial | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 7 | 5 | Laboratory Technicians (Oral biology oral pathology, community dentistry, phantom head laboratory) | 4 | 4 | 6 | | 8 | 6 | Laboratory Assistants | 10 | 15 | 20 | | 9 | 7 | Dental Radiographer | 1 | 2 | 2 | | 10 | 8 | Dental Radiology Assistant | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 11 | 9 | Store Keeper | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 12 | 10 | Store Assistant | 2 | 2 | 2 | | 13. | 11 | CSSD Technician | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 14 | 12 | CSSD Assistant | 2 | 2 | 4 | | 15 | 13 | Photographer | 1 | 1 | 1 | | 16 | 14 | Audiovisual Projectionists | 1 | 1 | 2 | | 17 | 15 | Biomedical engineer or technician | 1 | 2 | 3 |

Appendix - VIII

[See regulation 43]

(a) Zero visit---This initial visit may be carried out on request of an instruction by a team, nominated by the President of the Council. This teach shall guide and explain the minimum requirements as are laid down in these regulations.

(b) Visit one.-First comprehensive inspection is for recognition of a new college, prior to any, admission of students. The inspectors shall carry out the inspection and submit their report to the Executive Committee for recognition or otherwise under the Ordinance. In this visit for recognition the institution may be expected to have the relevant facilities under the Ordinance and these regulations. 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 ascertained the fulfilment of the criterion; the inspectors and required to comment on;

(i) suitability of the venue for educational purposes;

(ii) availability of all necessary infrastructure and physical facilities needed during the first professional studies;

(iii) Presence of needed educational resources;

(iv) recruitment of appropriate and adequate registered teaching facility;

(v) availability of written curriculum;

(vi) adequacy and source of funds;

(vii) procedure for financial accountability;

(viii) attached teaching functional hospital and its bed strength; and

(ix) physical structure of the departments of 2nd, 3rd and final professional subject;

(c) Visit two.-Second comprehensive inspection is for third year facilities. The inspection team may look into-

(i) 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;

(ii) adequacy of clinical training opportunities including workload, case mix on the hospitals;

(iii) availability of required full clinical faculty and beds;

(iv) presence of needed educational resources;

(v) recruitment of appropriate and adequate teaching faculty; and

(vi) availability of written training program with objectives, syllabus, teaching methods and assessment program.

(d) Visit three.---Third comprehensive inspection is before final professional MBBS examination. The inspection team may look into-

(i) availability of all necessary infrastructure and physical facilities in the medical and dental college as well as affiliated teaching hospital;

(ii) adequacy of direct training opportunities including workload, case mix;

(iii) availability of required clinical faculty;

(vi) availability of written training program with objectives, syllabus, teaching methods and assessment program; and

(e) Subsequent visits.-Subsequent comprehensive inspections may be after every five years and any or all examinations may be inspected. Visits to verify rectification of deficiencies may 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 of the Council.

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