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Programme Outcomes of BHMS (PO)

The undergraduate students in Homoeopathy should be able to:

PO1

provide homoeopathic practice to the health issues of the society.

PO2

develop competencies in diagnosis and management of common health problems of the individual and community.

PO3

 practice promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative medicine in respect to the commonly encountered health problems.

PO4

appreciate the psycho-social, cultural, economic and environmental factors affecting health and diseases.

PO5

develop human attitude towards the discharging of one’s professional responsibilities ethically.

PO6

Develop interest in learning latest developments in homoeopathy and possess positive attitude for continued self-learning and to seek further expertise or to pursue research in any chosen area of medicine.

PO7

Familiarise with the basic factors which are essential for the implementation of the National Health Programmes.

PO8

Acquire basic management skill in the area of human resource, materials and resource management

           

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO) – BHMS

The undergraduate students in Homoeopathy should :

PSO1

acquire theoretical knowledge, practical skills and clinical understanding of homoeopathy and approach the diseases with modern methods and technology.

PSO2

recognise each patient as a whole (an individual in society) and not merely as a collection of organ systems or individual organ or sick parts

PSO3

diagnose various health problems, design and plan of treatment according to Homoeopathic system of Medicine.

PSO4

 be able to determine the suitability of homoeopathic medicines for the wellness and treatment strategies.

PSO5

acquire sufficient knowledge and understanding of ethical, legal, and regulatory challenges related to Homoeopathy prescribed by the regulatory authorities.

PSO6

be competent enough to function independently and effectively the Homoeopathic practice.

PSO7

develop competency in conducting community related activities and health surveys.

PSO8

conduct research on health issues faced by the community and suggests for remedial measures.


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