Subjects of Study: BDS Course

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First Year:

1. Science of Dental Materials :

2.  Anatomy with Histology:

3. Physiology with Biochemistry:

Second Year:

1. Oral Anatomy & Physiology:

2. Pathology & Microbiology:

3. General & Dental Pharmacology:

4. Dental Public Health (Community Dentistry:


Third Year:

1. General Medicine:

2. General Surgery:

3. Priodontology & Oral Pathology:


Final Year:                                                          

1. Oral & Maxilo-facial Surgery:

2. Conservative Dentistry& Endodontics:

3. Orthodontics:

4. Prosthodontics:

5. Paediatric (Children) Dentistry:

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 ( Children) Dentistry


    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

          Periodontology & 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.


  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.