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MD-Physiology

MD-Physiology

  • Program Code

    00802

  • Level

    Post Graduate

  • Duration

    3 Years

Overview

MD in Physiology at Sharda University is a three-year postgraduate programme that covers concepts related to human anatomy and physiology. During the programme, students gain knowledge of standard human disease processes and other allied-health subjects. The programme aims to develop an understanding of the function and structure of the critical systems of the human body and to increase the fundamental knowledge in areas of molecular biology, biostatistics, and biochemistry among students.

The curriculum of the programme is designed in such a way that it trains students for a successful career in the medical sciences by exploring the interrelationships of tissues, cells, and sub-cellular components. The course also includes some laboratory components like dissection, anatomical studies using microscopy, and the study of physiological concepts through experimentation. Some of the topics covered in the curriculum are the study of basic biochemistry,   cells and tissues, anatomical terminologies, muscular, skeletal, nervous, cardiovascular, endocrine, urinary, immune, digestive, respiratory, and reproductive systems.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

A post graduate student having qualified the MD (Physiology) examination should be able to:

PEO1. Understand and deal with all aspects of general, systemic and applied Physiology.

PEO2. Teach effectively the basic physiological mechanisms of human body with reference to their implications in the pathogenesis of diseases (pathophysiology) affecting various organ systems and the physiological basis of their management to undergraduate medical, paramedical and all other basic science students.

PEO3. Understand general principles of medical education (use of appropriate teaching techniques and resources). 2

PEO4. Explain how the knowledge of physiology can be effectively used in a various clinical settings to solve diagnostic and therapeutic problems.

PEO5. Interpret and evaluate research publications critically.

PEO6. Use the library facilities (Literature database using computer, CD ROM, internet search and any other available newer techniques).

PEO7. Conduct relevant clinical/experimental research which may have significant bearing on human health and patient care.

PEO8. Have acquired skills in effectively communicating with the students and colleagues from    various medical and paramedical fields.

PEO9. Acquire skills in conducting collaborative research in the field of physiology with allied sciences, clinical sciences and biomedical engineering.

PEO10. Interact with the allied departments and render services in advanced laboratory investigations.

PEO11. Serve as interface with society at large.                                                  

PEO12. Acquire administrative skills to set up concerned department / laboratories and initiate purchase procedure and procure necessary items for running such laboratories.

PEO13. Function as a member of a teaching or research team.

Program Outcomes (PO’s) 

  1. Cognitive Domain

PO1. Teach the basic physiological mechanisms of human body with reference to their implications in the pathogenesis of diseases (pathophysiology) and their management to undergraduate medical and paramedical students.

PO2. Conduct such clinical and experimental research, as would have a significant bearing on human health and patient care.

PO3. Interact with other departments by rendering services in advanced laboratory investigations and relevant expert opinion.

PO4. Participate actively in various workshops/seminars/journal clubs/demonstration in the allied departments, to acquire various skills for collaborative research.

PO5. Contribute to society by imparting physiological understanding of health problems.

PO6. Plan a research study and conduct basic and clinical systemic investigations.

B. Affective domain

A post graduate student having qualified the MD (Physiology) examination should be able to

PO7. Demonstrate self-awareness and personal development in routine conduct. (Self-awareness)

PO8. Communicate effectively with peers, students and teachers in various teaching-learning activities. (Communication)

    PO9. Demonstrate

  1. Due respect in handling human subjects (Ethics & Professionalism)
  2. Humane touch while demonstrating living surface marking in subject/patient (Ethics & Professionalism)

  PO10. Acquire capacity of not letting his/her personal beliefs, prejudices and limitations come in the way of duty.

  PO11. Appreciate the issues of equity and social accountability while exposing    students to early clinical exposure (Equity and social accountability)

C. Psychomotor Domain

  The student should acquire competencies in the following tasks:

        PO12. Hematology Experiments

        PO13. Animal Experiments (All animal experiments must be compliant with Govt.  of India Regulations, notified from time to time). Experiments in Amphibian /Dog/Cat should be conducted by      computer assisted simulation models/ facilities. Other experiments should be performed as permissible by CPCSEA guidelines.

        PO14. Mammalian Experiments

        PO15. Clinical examinations

        PO16. Writing a dissertation and a research paper

        PO17. Making presentations at conferences

        PO18. Appropriately using various teaching learning methods.

Course Fee
For National Students
1st Year 977116
For International Students
Fee Per Semester Fee Per Year
NA NA
Eligibility Criteria
For National Students
  • As per NMC  Guidelines Must be NEET Qualified and allotted through UPDGME Uttar Pradesh Lucknow.
For International Students The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.
Course Reruirement
  • As per NMC  Guidelines Must be NEET Qualified and allotted through UPDGME Uttar Pradesh Lucknow.
Career path you can choose after the course
  • Professor
  • Pharmacologist
  • Anatomy Trainer
  • Physiology Trainer
  • Lab Technician
  • Clinical Analyst
  • Trainee Medical Coder
  • Regulatory Affairs Manager
  • Biomedical scientist
  • Exercise physiologist
  • Clinical research associate
  • Research scientist
  • Healthcare scientist
  • Science writer
  • Medical sales representative
  • Physiotherapist
  • Therapeutic radiographer
  • Medanta
  • Max Health Care
  • Sharda Hospital
  • Lotus labs private ltd
  • HCG
  • Narayana hrudyalaya
  • Pentagon Global solutions
  • Columbia Asia
  • HLL Life Care Limited
  • Fortis Hospital
  • Max Healthcare
  • Metro Hospital
  • Holy Family Hospital
  • Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
  • Sant Parmanand Hospital
  • Maharaja Agrasen Hospital
  • Dr Lal Path Labs
  • Global Hospitals
  • Care Hospitals

Testimonials

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    Aprajita Laroia

    “Work as a team”, “Always strive to do better”, “Try try till you succeed”and “VASUDEV KUTUMBHKAM” have been the mottos that have been inculcated in us since day one at SMS &R. Being in campus, I have been part of variety of co-curricular activities ranging from annual fest “CHORUS” to CME programmes which have just helped me and everybody around to grow and learn for the further life. From the brilliant academic support provided to us by the faculty to the never ending lists of platforms we get to showcase our talent.

    MBBS, 2012

    Placed In : NA

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    Dr. Garima Goyal

    Pursuing my postgraduate (MD) from Sharda University has been a great experience. The medical school and the hospital are both beautifully constructed and adept for providing the rigorous training that this course demands. The regularly held seminars, presentations, CMEs and conferences have led us to be exposed to the upcoming trends and new technologies in use today. We are taught not only the theoretical aspect but also encouraged for practical skill development and skill diversification here.

    M.D., 2013

    Placed In : NA

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    Dr. Agrima Bhatia

    The excellence of faculty, strength of infrastructure & facilities, commitment to education have placed our medical school at the forefront of medical education. My journey from the dissection hall to the patient's bedside has been amazing. I have been blessed with the best faculty who nurtured us as saplings.

    MBBS, 2009

    Placed In : NA

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    Anisha Kwatra

    Winning Maruti Suzuki Autocross Delhi for 4 consecutive years and Chevrolet Seed sprint in 3 states of North India, today I am on a dream drive with stethoscope around my neck. I could accelerate both my careers without brakes only with the help annd support form the administration and faculty of SMS&R. This college has some of the best teachers, highly qualified and devoted, putting in all the effort to clear smallest of concepts, paying individual attention. I am glad i chose SMS&R.

    MBBS, 2011

    Placed In : NA

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    Dr. Arpit Jain

    I can honestly say that joining SMSR was the best decision I've ever made. Along with the excellent infrastructure, our teachers, who are also our personal mentors, have moulded us in the best possible way to be excellent doctors. Being in campus, I have also been a part of Kartavya, an NGO in the university, where we teach the underprivileged children. It has truly been an experience that has made me grow as an individual.

    MBBS, 2012

    Placed In : NA

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    Ashmita phuka

    SMSR did not only help me excel academically to persue my dream to become a doctor but also gave me a platform to showcase my skills and talents. We were not only blessed with an excellent and experienced faculty but also with an environment and crowd where we found our companions and friends who became family in no time. I am extremely grateful for this journey as I get out as a doctor and a confident individual ready to conquer the challenges ahead and make a difference in the society.

    MBBS, 2015

    Placed In : NA

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    Rishab gupta

    The journey of a medical undergraduate is really grueling and cannot be walked alone. At SMSR I found like-minded and sincere companions who made the journey easy, and I was shepherded by excellent teachers who were my guiding lights. The path itself was peppered with numerous opportunities -both academic and extra-curricular, waiting to be seized. Countless CMEs, conventions and competitions helped me realize my talents which even I didn't even know that I possessed. All these activities along with an amazing campus made the whole experience indelible as well as incredibly rewarding for me.

    MBBS, 2015

    Placed In : NA