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  • BDS Curriculum 2016

    Curriculum for Under-graduate Dental (BDS) – Updated 2016

    Objectives of BDS Course —
    To prepare a dental surgeon with required knowledge, skill and
    attitude to practice dental surgery to improve the oral & dental

    health in the community

    1. Admission Requirements :
    The candidate must have passed S.S.C & H.S.C examinations from any one of
    the Secondary & Higher Secondary Education Boards of Bangladesh. H.S.C.
    examination must be in Premedical Group i.e. Science with Physics, Chemistry &
    Biology. They must have obtained at least 60% marks /GPA 3.0 marks in the
    combined S.S.C & H.S.C. examinations or equivalent qualifications. Detailed
    criteria for selection of candidates are determined from year to year by the Director
    General of Health services (Medical Education & Health Manpower Development).
    A candidate selected for admission in the Dental College is obliged to follow the
    curriculum, rules and regulations as approved by the Bangladesh Medical and
    Dental Council and the respective University. Curriculum, rules or regulations are
    subject to changes from time to time.
    2. Medium of Instruction And Assessment- The medium is English.
    3. Recognised Dental Institutions For Undergraduate Dental Course :-
    Dhaka Dental College, Dental units of Chittagong Medical College and
    Rajshahi medical college and other institutions which are affiliated and recognised
    by appropriate authority.

    DENTAL CURRICULUM FOR UNDER GRADUATE

    DENTAL EDUCATION

    4.1 Duration of The Course :
    The B.D.S course shall comprise four year’s of studies followed by one year
    of compulsory Professional practice in the form of rotatory internship. The course
    will be divided into Four years and will consists of Eight Terms. The allocation of
    time for Four years’ of academic studies shall be as follows:

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    Allocation of Time (In Weeks).
    First Year Term -1 ……………………………… 24 weeks
    Term -2 ……………………………… 24 weeks
    University Exam ………………….. 3 weeks
    Vacations ……………………………. 1 week.
    Total : Part-1 ………………………… 52 weeks.
    2nd Year Term -3 ……………………………… 24 weeks
    Term -4 ……………………………… 24 weeks
    University Exam ………………….. 3 weeks
    Vacations ……………………………. 1 week.
    Total : Part-II……………………….. 52 weeks.
    3rd yrs Term -5 ……………………………… 24 weeks
    Term -6 ……………………………… 24 weeks
    University Exam ………………….. 3 weeks
    Vacations ……………………………. 1 week.
    Total : Part-III…………………….. 52 weeks.
    4th year Term -7 ……………………………… 24 weeks
    Term -8 ……………………………… 24 weeks
    University Exam ………………….. 3 weeks
    Vacations ……………………………. 1 week.
    Total : Part-IV……………………. 52 weeks.

    Total for four years = 208 weeks (4 years)
    Of the 24 weeks allocated for each TERM, at least 20 weeks should be utilized for
    teaching. The last four weeks in a term could be utilized for Term examinations and
    for making up any losses due to official holidays during
    the term.
    4.2. ACADEMIC SCHEME :
    A term having 20 weeks for teaching will have at least 100 full working
    days and therefore approximately 600 hours of teaching time. On this basis
    each year will have approximately 1200 hours of teaching time.

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    4.2.1 Subject to be taught in each year
    1st year – Anatomy with Histology
    Physiology with Biochemistry
    Science of Dental Materials
    2nd year – General & Dental Pharmacology
    Pathology & Microbiology
    Oral Anatomy & Physiology
    Prosthodontic Technique
    Dental Public Health
    3rd year – General Medicine
    General Surgery
    Periodontology & Oral Pathology
    Prosthodontics
    Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics
    Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
    Orthodontics
    Paediatric Dentistry
    4th year – Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
    Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics
    Prosthodontics
    Orthodontics
    Paediatric Dentistry

    4.2.2. Each subject must introduce card and its satisfactory completion by the
    student should be obligatory before being sent up for University
    Examination. The card must be made available during practical University
    Examination and the results of the term-ending card examination may be
    consulted for reference where required.
    4.2.3. The seminar or Integrated Teaching System will be introduced from the
    beginning of the 1st year and it should be organized periodically, at the end
    of each system or topics.

    4.2.4. At the end of each year, there shall be one University Examination named as
    First Professional B.D.S, 2nd Professional B.D.S, 3rd Professional B.D.S
    and Final Professional B.D.S. Examination.

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    5.1. Allocation Of Teaching Time (In Hours) (1st Year)

    SI
    No
    Subjects Lecture Practical & Tutorial
    Class Classes

    Total

    1.

    2.

    3.
    Anatomy With
    Histology: (400)
    a. General Anatomy 28 290
    Including neuro-anatomy
    b. Histology- 22 40
    c. Developmental anatomy 20
    Physiology With
    Biochemistry : (184)
    a. Physiology 42 60
    b. Biochemistry 44 42
    Science Of Dental Materials (300) 120 180

    318
    62
    20

    102
    82
    300
    Total for Ist year 276 612 888
    5.2. First Professional B.D.S Examination shall be held at the end of year-I on a
    prefixed date (as per schedule in 9.1) The subjects to be examined are (I) Anatomy
    with Histology (ii) Physiology with Biochemistry and (iii) Science of Dental
    Material.

    6.1 Allocation Of Teaching Time (In Hours) (2nd Year).
    SI
    No
    Subjects Lecture Practical & Tutorial
    Class Classes

    Total

    1.

    2.

    3.
    4.
    General & Dental
    Pharmacology: (250)
    a. General Pharmacology 60 70
    b. Dental Pharmacology 60 60
    Pathology & Microbiology (300)
    a. General Pathology, 70 140
    Hematology, Clinical Pathology
    b. Microbiology 30 60
    Oral Anatomy
    & Physiology: (250) 100 150
    Prosthodontic
    Technique : (50) 20 30

    130
    120
    210
    90
    250
    50
    5. Dental Public Health 100 100 200
    Total for 2nd Year 440 610 1050

    6.2 2nd Professional B.D.S. Examination shall be held at the end of Year-II on a
    pre-fixed date (as per schedule in 9.1) The subjects to be examined are :- (I) General
    and Dental Pharmacology. (ii) Pathology & Microbiology and (iii) Oral Anatomy &
    Physiology.

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    7.1. Allocation of Teaching Time (In Hours) (3rd year)
    SI
    No
    Subjects Lecture Practical clinical &
    Class Tutorial Classes

    Total

    1.
    2.
    3.

    4.
    5.

    6.

    7.
    8.
    GENERAL MEDICINE : 100 100
    GENERAL SURGERY : 100 100
    PERIODONTOLOGY & ORAL PATHOLOGY
    a. Oral Pathology 50 20
    b. Periodontology- 20 40
    c. Oral Medicine 10 20
    PROSTHODONTICS
    Partial Denture
    CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY & ENDODONTICS :
    a. Conservative Dentistry
    b. Dental Radiology
    ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY:
    a. Oral Surgery 20 30
    b. Anesthesiology
    c. Oral Diagnosis
    ORTHODONTICS: 300 50
    PAEDIATRIC DENTISTRY :
    a. Children Dentistry 20 30
    b. Preventive Dentistry- 20 20

    200
    200
    350

    80
    50

    50

    80
    90
    Total for 3rd Year 550 550 1100
    8.1. ALLOCTION OF TEACHING TIME (IN HOURS) YEAR-IV (Final year)
    SI
    No
    Subjects Lecture Practical clinical &
    Class Tutorial Class

    Total

    1.

    2.
    ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY
    a. Oral Surgery – 55 80
    b. Oral Diagnosis- 10 20
    c. Plastic Surgery- 5 10
    d. Anesthesiology- 10 10
    CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY & DENTAL RADIOLOGY
    a. Conservative Dentistry 50 60
    b. Endodontics- 20 40
    c. Dental Radiology- 30 30

    200

    230

    3.

    4.
    5.
    PROSTHODONTICS : 100 150
    a) complete denture
    b) Crown bridges
    c) Orofacial Prosthesis
    d) Implantology
    ORTHODONTICS : 80 150
    PAEDIATRIC DENTISTRY : 100 120
    a. Paediatric dentistry-

    250

    230
    220
    Total for 4th Year 460 670 1130
    *General Medicine includes:Infectious diseases, Chest, diseases and general
    diseases
    **General Surgery includes: Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology & Orthopedic Surgery
    3rd. Prof. B.D.S Examination should be held at the end of Year III on a pre fixed
    date (as per schedule in 9.1). The subjects to be examined are :- (i) General
    Medicine. (ii) General Surgery and (iii) Periodontology and Oral Pathology.
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    8.2 Final Professional B.D.S Examination shall be held at the end of Year IV on a
    prefixed date (as per schedule in 9.1) The subjects to be examined are : (i) Oral
    & Maxillofacial Surgery; (ii) Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics :
    (iii) Prosthodontics (iv) Orthodontics and (iv) Paediatric dentistry.
    9. UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION :
    9.1 All the four professional B.D.S examinations will start Simultaneously, in the
    1st week of February & August in each year.
    Routine for conducting written examinations will be prefixed as follows : (this
    may be revised on the experiences gathered during 2000-2001)
    1st day of Examination Anatomy with Histology – 1st year
    General & Dental Pharmacology – 2nd year
    Medicine -3rd year
    Prosthodontics -Final year
    2nd day of Examination Physiology with Biochemistry -1st year
    Pathology & Microbiology -2nd year
    General Surgery -3rd year
    Orthodontia -Final year
    3rd day of Examination Science of Dental Materials -1st year
    Oral Anatomy with Physiology -2nd year
    Period ontology & Oral Pathology -3rd year
    Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics -Final year
    4th day of Examination Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery -Final year
    Dental Public health -2nd year
    5th day of Examination Paediatrics Dentistry -Final year.
    9.2 Practical, Oral and Clinical examinations for each group of Examiners will
    start as soon as possible after completion of the written examinations. The
    routine for practical/oral/Clinical examination will be drawn up in such way
    that the oral Practical/Clinical examination can be completed within-2-3 weeks
    and whole examination is completed within a period of 4-5 weeks. The routine
    for Oral/Practical/Clinical examinations should be drawn up in such a manner,
    that more or less equal gaps are provided between the subjects for each batch
    of Examinees. The results of the examinations are to be published within
    10(ten) days after the completion of whole examinations.

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    9.3. Simultaneously with the introduction of the new Examination system, card
    system for each subject (including clinical subjects) shall be gradually
    introduced for continuous evaluation of students performances during the
    course of studies. A student who does not complete the card in a particular
    subject will not be allowed to appear in the University Examination in that
    subject.
    9.4. If a student does not pass all the subjects of any one B.D.S Examination he/she
    will not be eligible to appear in any subject of the next higher B.D.S
    Examination.

    9.5. Any student passing all the subjects of any B.D.S Examination & successfully
    completes one academic year will be allowed to sit for the next higher and
    subsequent B.D.S. examinations. 9.6 A student
    who fails in second chance in a particular professional B.D.S examination will
    not be allowed to attend classes on higher class except 3rd year students, till
    he/she clears his failed subjects and is promoted to higher class.
    9.7 Students who do not appear in particular subject or examination will be
    considered as failed in that subject or examination and will be dealt with
    accordingly.
    9.8 Students passing in the regular BDS Examination will be eligible to obtain
    honors (75%) & place (upto 10 places) in order of merit.
    9.9 They should be two boards (4 examiners) during exam for each subject.
    9.10 Term examination will carry some marks allotted for each subject taught
    during the terms. All the marks allotted for term examination shall be
    consulted during practical part of the University Examination. The distribution
    of marks is shown in table 10.2

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    10.2. EXAMINATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS.
    Sl
    No.

    Subjects for tests Mark for University Exam. Total
    Theory Oral Practical/
    Clinical
    1. Anatomy with Histology 100 50 50 200
    2. Physiology with biochemistry 100 50 50 200
    3. Science of Dental Materials 100 50 50 200
    Total for year -I 300 150 150 600
    4. General & Dental Pharmacology 100 50 50 200
    5. Pathology & Microbiology 100 50 50 200
    6. Dental public health 100 50 50 200
    7. Oral Anatomy and Physiology 100 50 50 200
    8. Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics – – –
    9. Prosthetic Technique – – –
    Total for year -II 300 150 150 800
    10. General Medicine 100 50 50 200
    11. General Surgery 100 50 50 200
    12. Periodontology & Oral Pathology 100 50 50 200
    13. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery – – –
    14. Conservative dentistry & Endodontrcs – – –
    15. Prosthodontics – – –
    16. Orthodontics – – –
    17. Paediatiric – – –
    Total for Year. III 300 150 150 600
    18. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 100 100 100 300
    19. Conservative dentistry & Endodontics 100 100 100 300
    20. Prosthodontics 100 100 100 300
    21. Orthodontics 100 100 100 300
    22. Paediatric Dentistry 100 100 100 300
    Total for Part -IV 500 500 500 1500
    Total Marks for University Exam : 3500
    Pass Marks for Term Examination : 60%
    Pass Marks for University Examination: 60% in theory, 60% Oral 60% Clinical: and
    60% for practical for each separately all universities.
    Note: Each student must complete his/her Term card and pass term Examination to
    be eligible to appear at the University examination for part concerned. The marks
    allotted for Term Examination/Term Card will be distributed for:
    a) Attendance
    b) Written Test
    c) Oral
    d) Practical
    e) Dissection
    f) Clinical Clerkship
    g) Clinical works
    h) Minor Surgery, etc.
    i) FRST under Dental public Health

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