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MBBS and PG (Medicine) at Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

MBBS and PG (Medicine) at Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

The Institute of Medicine (IOM) Nepal was established in 1972 under Tribhuvan University with the directive and the commitment of training all the categories of healthcare manpower needed in the country.

As of 2013, IOM is running 29 different programs from beginner -proficiency certificate level to the advance– postgraduate degree in medicine, public health, paramedical, nursing and Ayurved Science through 9 campuses across the country.

Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital has 750 beds and caters nearly 2500 out patients everyday at its clinics, offers services to general public and is the center for the education and research activities of different medical programs run by The Institute of Medicine.

In order to facilitate research, IOM has Research Department and separate Research Laboratory. It has research collaboration with many Universities and Institutions in Nepal and aboard

IOM faculty have published research papers in indexed national and international journals.

More than 1200 doctors have graduated from the Institute of Medicine and almost one third of the students joining the program are from outside the country making it a preferred choice among Indian students who want to study MBBS in Nepal.

A number of changes have taken place over the years in the field of medical education, thus the original curriculum prepared in 1978 had undergone a number of revisions and the last change was in 1994.

The curriculum at the Institute of Medicine was designed in such a way that the curriculum integrates basic medical sciences with clinical disciplines.

There is a strong community orientation, stress on self-directed and problem based learning.

The duration of the MBBS in Nepal course is of five and half years which consist of four and half years of academic course and one year of compulsory rotating internship.


Teaching Methodology at Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

  • Teaching and learning in Community-based settings.
  • Organ-system based integrated teaching and early clinical exposures.
  • Regular review of Basic Medical Sciences related to common and important clinical problems.
  • Self- directed- learning to inculcate the habit of life-long learning.
  • Problem-based learning (PBL).
  • Structured Interactive Sessions (SIS).
  • Ambulatory teaching in the Outpatient Departments for better practical understanding of commonly encountered medical problems.
  • Bedside teaching learning in wards.
  • Understanding clinical examination and procedural skills in skill laboratories under supervision.
  • Maintaining log books to document the competencies acquired during clinical placements.
  • Demonstrations and practice on simulated patients wherever applicable.
  • Presentation of reports on community diagnosis, family health exercise and district health service management.

👍Notice : PG 2019
👉For post graduate entrance examination of iom and it’s affiliated college
👉Form date : 5 March 2019
👉Last date :23 March 2019
👉Admit card : 25march 2019 till 29march 2019
👉Exam Date :30/March /2019
👉Exam Center : Iom -Maharjanj Kathmandu nepal
👉Exam Date & Time : Saturday, march 30, 2019, 9:30 am
👉Guidance support:8173872222
WEBSITE: www.iom.edu.np (Online form)


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