Preparing for a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Degree
Introduction Program Outline
To set local and global standards for quality patient outcomes – creating a culture of excellence to promote a transformative experience for the 21st century clinicians, educators and researchers to benefit all humanity
To develop well-rounded academicians, thinkers, clinicians and researchers by strengthening a global view, broadening intellectual foundations and teach effective communication. It is our aspiration to cultivate creative and critical thinking skills for problem solving, sensitive to cultural and ethical values and responsibilities. Our graduates will be role models and society leaders.
Program Objectives
JMDC’s program curriculum conforms to the regulations and recommendations of the Pakistan Medical & Dental Council and is designed to integrate academic knowledge and clinical experience which emphasize the following goals:
Help students acquire relevant knowledge
Develop student communication skills, both oral and written
Promote team work
Instill compassion and empathy
Uphold Professionalism
Learning Outcomes
A JMDC graduate should be able to:
  • Demonstrate insight, imagination and curiosity, define one’s unique self, one’s values and one’s place in the world, while incorporating the qualities of a good physician
  • Answer complex questions facing physicians, including the role they should play in society, politics and promotion of social justice
  • Engage in reflective practice through sound clinical decision making, critical self-assessment and commitment to lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate mastery of entry level professional clinical skills used to provide services based on best available evidence
  • Display enlightenment and moral virtues to prepare themselves for life and work in a problematic, changing and diverse world
  • Be responsible leaders for the good of themselves, their family, community and country
  • Be humane and socially equipped individuals, in tune with rights of patients and vulnerable groups
  • Show expertise in critical situational analysis
  • Respect diversity
  • Display effective communication
  • Be able to address population health and health system issues based on demography, statistics, epidemiology and cultural nuances
Admission Criteria
Admissions process for MBBS and BDS programs for public and private colleges is centralized provincially, with a PMC-designated Public University conducting the process for all public and private colleges in the Province. Eligibility requirements are set by PMC and available on their website.
Assessment & Promotion
  • JMDC follows rules and regulations as set by JSMU & PMC for assessment & promotion
  • Minimum of 75% attendance is required to sit in Professional Examinations
  • There will be no extra chances to make up class attendance, so students must attend the regularly scheduled classes
  • Class Attendance is calculated giving equal weightage to Lectures, Practicals and Tutorials
  • Clinical Attendance is maintained separately for each ward rotation. Any attendance falling below 75% must be made up before Examination Forms are submitted for Professional Examinations, including Retake Examinations
  • Additionally, all class assignments must be completed before sitting in examinations, including retake examinations which includes, but is not limited to:
  • Professional Communications assignments (MBBS I, BDS I)
  • Pass Behavioral Sciences (MBBS I & 2)
  • Pass All Skills Labs
  • Journal Club Presentation twice in Year (MBBS 3, BDS 4)
  • CPC Presentation (MBBS 4 & 5)
  • Research Project (By end of MBBS 4)
  • According to PMC regulations, a maximum of 4 attempts (availed or un-availed) is allowed to pass the BDS 1stProfessional and the MBBS 1st & 2nd Professional Examinations. Failure to pass in 4 chances bars the student from further study in BDS/MBBS programs.
  • If a student does not appear for an examination due to short attendance, illness, family emergency or any other reason, the missed attempt is counted as a failed chance.
  • Marks of Internal Module Exams (MBBS) and Midterm Exams (BDS) are sent to JSMU to include as 20% of each Professional Examination score. Theory and OSPE marks are sent separately.  If a student misses any part of an Internal Examination, there is no extra chance for make up and 0/20 marks will be sent to JSMU for that component in which the student was absent
Course Outline MBBS
DURATION:     MBBS (5 Years) followed by One-Year House Job to maintain PMC registration
JMDC is affiliated with JSMU and follows an Annual Examination system using a Modular, Integrated, Spiral Curriculum
Basic Sciences
Pathology & Microbiology
Forensic Medicine
Community Medicine
Foundation & Cell
Respiratory I, II
Cardiovascular I, II
GIT & Hepatobiliary System I, II
Renal & Excretory I, II
Neurosciences I, II
Head & Neck
Endocrine I, II
Reproductive I, II

Skills Labs

Clinico-Pathological Conferences (CPC)

Clinical Wards

Clinical Sciences
Medicine & Allied
Surgery & Allied
Obstetrics & Gynecology
• Pediatrics
Social Sciences
Professional Communication
Behavioral Sciences
Medical Ethics
Research Sciences
Evidence Based Practice

Journal Club

Research Project


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