The course consists of 3 phases. Candidates are admitted to the Pre-Clinical Phase (Phase-I) of one year duration (2 terms) during which they study the subjects of Anatomy, Physiology & Biochemistry. At the end of Phase-1, they appear for the M.B.B.S Phase-I examination held by the University. After successfully completing the Pre-Clinical course, the students enter the Para-Clinical Phase (Phase-II) of one & a half year duration (3 terms), during which they study Microbiology, Pharmacology, and Pathology & Forensic Medicine. In this phase, the students are also initiated to the clinical subjects. They appear for the Phase-II university examinations at the end of the one and a half years. On completion of Phase-II, the students enter Phase-III which is of two years duration, having clinical subjects as part of the study. At the end of one year (2 terms), the students take the Phase-III (Part-1) examinations comprising the subjects E.N.T, Ophthalmology & Community Medicine. At the end of the next one year (the last 2 terms), the student answers the Phase-III (Part-2) examinations comprising the subjects Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics & Orthopedics.