As per the Minimum Standards of Education norms laid down by the Central Council of Homoeopathy, Devki Mahavir Homoeopathic Medical College & Research Hospital has the following departments which are fully equipped and having all the facilities as required in the MSE norms.
Human Anatomy is the science which deals with the structure of the human body. Initially, Anatomy was studied mainly by dissection. Dissection is a technique to cut, to open & see various structures which make up the human body structure. The scope of modern anatomy has become very wide because it is now studied by all possible techniques which can enlarge the boundaries of the anatomical knowledge.
Physiology is the scientific study of normal function in living systems. A sub-discipline of biology, its focus is in how organisms, organ systems, organs, cells, and bio-molecules carry out the chemical or physical functions that exist in a living system.
Physiology aims to understand the mechanisms of living and how living things work. Human physiology studies how our cells, muscles and organs work together, how they interact. Physiology, sometimes referred to as the "science of life", looks at living mechanisms, from the molecular basis of cell function to the whole integrated behaviour of the entire body.
Homoeopathic Materia Medica is one of the core subjects in the BHMS curricula and is taught in First, Second, Third and Final BHMS. Our Materia Medica is differently constructed as compared to other Materia Medica Homoeopathy considers that on essential and complete knowledge of the drug action as a whole can be obtained only by experimenting the drugs on healthy human beings so that it is possible to view all the date in relation to the psychosomatic whole of a person.
Homoeopathic pharmacy is one of the basic fundamental Homoeopathic subjects. The major difference between Homoeopathic and Allopathic system is their pharmacology.
The subject is dealing with how the medicines are procured and prepared from various sources. It also gives a detailed explanation about various processes and knowledge regarding the Selection, Collection, Combining, Compounding, Potentising, Standardising, Preserving & Dispensing of the Homoeopathic Medicines; is imparted through this subject.
Organon of medicine is the subject which imparts education to the students in regards to principles and Philosophy of Homoeopathic discipline. This monumental book was authored by the founder of Homoeopathy Samuel Fredrick Christian Hahnemann who was 200 years ahead of his time. The book gives practical guidelines regarding practice of Homeopathy to all practicing Homoeopaths.
The subject of Pathology is concerned with the Study abnormal changes that occur at the cellular level. These changes or alteration in the physiological processes cumulatively result in the disease process.
These abnormal changes can be caused by Bactria, Virus, Fungus, Parasite or Allergens. They can also be caused by Heredity, Habits, Life style, Addictions, over drugging or they can simply be because of Auto-immunity. Exposure to any such causative results in Signs and Symptoms. Along with these some of the normal values of certain Physiological Parameters are also altered. Through Pathological analysis these alterations can be measured and a probable diagnosis can be obtained.
The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Forensic Medicine & Toxicology is to produce a physician who is well informed about medicolegal responsibilities in Practice of Medicine. She/he will also be capable of making observations and inferring conclusions by logical deductions to set enquiries on the right track in criminal matters and connected medicolegal problems. She/he acquires knowledge of law in relation to medical practice, medical negligence and respect for codes of medical ethics.
The subject of Surgery and Homoeopathic Therapeutics is included in the syllabus of 2nd and 3rd B.H.M.S. The final exam is conducted at the end of 3rd B.H.M.S.
As homoeopathy has proved its efficacy in treating many pre and post surgical cases, the sound knowledge of Surgery is essential for a very good medical practice.
The Department of Surgery is well equipped with all the surgical instruments, and fully functional Major and Minor operation theatre with recovery rooms. There is a separate OPD for surgical Cases at the Hospital.
This subject covers the normal & abnormal happenings in females, especially in reproductive period.
Obstetrics includes all events & complications during pregnancy and also neonatology meaning care & management of the new born baby.
Gynecology deals with all the other female problems like infections, tumors & sterility.
Practice of Medicine & Homoeopathic Therapeutics is one of the subjects taught in the institute from second year B.H.M.S. till Fourth Year B.H.M.S. The examination is conducted in Fourth B.H.M.S. as syllabus framed by C.C.H. New Delhi & H.N.G.U. Patan.
Case taking is a stepping stone to repertorisation.This is a step, which facilitates the gathering of the data pertaining to what is to be cured in the diseased person. It is said that "A well taken case is half cured".
It is an accepted axiom in the principles of total quality management that an awareness of the problem, the recognition of the problem, & the admission of the existence of that problem takes one of half the road donor towards solving that problem. With the same analogy, the importance of proper case taking & its faithful recording can never be over stressed.
The Subject is part of Final year B.H.M.S., it's also known as the Preventive and Social Medicine Commonly now termed as Community Medicine, as name suggest it's classical study of Social aspect of Diseases through which diseases pattern is studied in connection with it's distribution and determination. Also Social, emotional, financial, cultural effects on Health and Diseases Development, progression of disease and Health related issue in society. It deals with not only medicine but to impart knowledge to the students about the diseases prevention, nutrition, hygiene, addiction and precautionary measure associated with the disease.