Instructions from NMC for PG Training Programme
The NMC (National Medical Commission) has announced the instructions for PG Training Programmes that are competency based for students of MS in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The main aim of PG education is to develop specialization where one could enhanced standard health care as well as progress the science advancement through training and research.
The main aim of MS Obstetrics and Gynaecology is to systematize these subjects at PG levels across India so that it will help in attaining uniformity and increase expertization. The main aim of this article is to spread the knowledge among learners and teachers the instructions to attain proper outcomes.
Learning Objectives which are Subject Specific:
The main aim for these MS programmes is to form Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, competent in nature, who can:
Subject Specific Competencies
At the end of the course the students will gain knowledge in the following
The students of PG should gain knowledge about the principles as well as legal issues on informed consent with awareness of the implication for the child who is unborn, examinations for post-mortem which includes vasectomy. On the other hand parental consent, medical certification as well as maintain medical records.
The PG students should reveal a working knowledge and their management relationship to clinical governance as well as techniques of complaints.
The PG students should
Health of Adolescent Girls as well as Post-Menopausal Woman
The students should know
Legal Aspects of Medicine
Teaching and Learning Methods
Practical and Clinical Training
Quarterly assessment should be based on
PG Examination will be in three parts:
The books recommended for reading:
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