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PAKISTAN MEDICAL & DENTAL COUNCIL

MINIMUM CRITERIA, REQUIREMENTS AND


GUIDELINES INCLUDING FACULTY
REQUIREMENT/
CHECKLIST OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND
EQUIPMENT
FOR
MEDICAL AND DENTAL INSTITUTIONS
TRAINING FOR
A MEDICAL OR DENTAL QUALIFICATION
AND
RULES AND REQUIREMENTS REGARDING
THEIR ATTACHED TEACHING HOSPITALS
2009

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Part I-

Preamble

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Part II-

Steps in the Process of recognition

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Part III-

General Rules

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Part IV-

Ownership

07

Part V08

Legal requirements

Agreements with hospitals


Affiliation with University

Part VI09

Financial status and sustainability

Part VII10

Governance

Role of Governing body


Role of Faculty Board and other Committees
Role of Principal

Part VIII11

Site and infrastructure (with credit points)

Part IX-

Student facilities

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Part X-

Academics
Learning environment in the College
Examinations
Confidentiality of student record
Information resources and library services
PM&DC Guidelines on Undergraduate
Medical Education

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Part XI17

Teaching Hospital (with credit points)

Part XII19

Faculty (with credit points)

Role of faculty
Effective teaching
Faculty requirement

Part XIII29

monitoring and Inspection

Part XIV-

Application Form

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Annexure-A (List of Equipment required: Basic and Clinical department wise)


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Annexure-A2
(List of Equipment required and hel by college: Basic and
Clinical department wise)
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PAKISTAN MEDICAL & DENTAL COUNCIL


ISLAMBAD
3rd December, 2009.

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 33(2) of the Pakistan Medical


& Dental Council,1962, the Pakistan Medical & Dental Council, hereby makes
the following regulations namely :1.
(i) Short title and commencement: these regulations may be called
the minimum criteria, requirements and guidelines including faculty
requirement/ checklist of infrastructure and equipment for a medical and
dental institution training for medical or dental Qualification and rules and
requirements regarding their attached teaching hospitals 2009.
(ii) They shall come into force at once.
PART I
PREAMBLE
2.

Section 11 and 18 of the PM&DC Ordinance 1962 govern recognition of


undergraduate medical and dental colleges respectively in Pakistan.
The Section 16 of the PM&DC Ordinance 1962 governs recognition of
Postgraduate institutions and qualifications.
The aspiring institution applies for recognition to the Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan and then if the matter is referred to PM&DC
then PM&DC provides its recommendations after inspection of the
institution.
These are the guidelines and criteria on which the institution shall be
evaluated. Recognition shall only be recommended for the institutions
which have complied with these regulations and their faculty has been
appointed as per PM&DC regulations on the subject.
The PM&DC in term of clauses 6 of PM&DC ordinance of 1962 is
statutory autonomous corporate body which determines the policies
for accreditation of institutions, academic planning , quality assurance
and resource allocation in medical and dental institutions, and the
affiliated or constituent Medical / Dental institutions of the Universities
in public and private sector. The rules and regulation of PM&DC
governing the accreditation and recognition process for medical and
dental institutions apply uniformly to both public and private sector.
In Pakistan, medical and dental education at undergraduate and
postgraduate level is imparted in the public as well as the private
sector in various institutions, constituent or affiliated colleges /
institutions of the Universities recognized under the PM&DC Ordinance.

Due to rapid changes occurring around us and keeping in view the


statutory responsibilities, the major areas of concern for PM&DC are
the greater mobility of Pakistani graduates nationally and
internationally, emergence of outposts of foreign DAIs in the country,
accreditation and recognition of status of medical and dental
institutions, constituent / affiliated colleges and institutions of the
Universities, recognition of courses of study, National curriculum
development, and validation of under and postgraduate diploma and
degree programmes. Certification of the experience gained by faculty
in the recognized institutions is also demanded from PM&DC. Role of
PM&DC with regard to accreditation, recognition and equivalencies is
widely accepted and respected the world over. Individuals, NGOs,
regulatory bodies and medical and dental Councils all over the world,
the Government employing agencies such as Federal / Provincial Public
Service Commissions, all seek the PM&DC advice on matters related to
medical and dental education and status of registered practitioners/
medical and dental institutions, affiliated & constituent institutions of
the Universities; validation, registration and equivalence of diplomas
and degrees, and teaching experience of faculty.
Once the Federal Government refers the case to PM&DC, to comply
with the terms of the PM&DC Ordinance 1962, the PM&DC adopts a
pragmatic procedure for determining recognition status of institutions
and equivalence of qualifications. Before inspection, information from
the Medical/Dental Institutions / Universities are obtained on
prescribed application forms attached to these regulations. The PM&DC
then conducts inspection to verify fulfillment of its laid down criteria.
The reports of the inspectors received after inspection of these
Institutions and the observations of the inspected institution on the
inspection reports are considered by the Executive Committee, which
formulates its recommendations for the Council. Then these
recommendations with its preceding record is placed before the
Council for formulation of recommendations for the Ministry of Health
for notification under the PM&DC Ordinance 1962.
In order to conduct inspection to formulate recommendations whether
the institution merits recognition under the PM&DC Ordinance or
otherwise, the following is the criteria and requirement of the Council
which is verified by the inspection team. The institution may prepare
and apply for recognition under these requirements and guidelines. It
is suggested that the institution may apply only if all requirements of
PM&DC given below have been fulfilled and these guidelines have
been complied with and that the institution is ready for physical
verification of facilities of training by inspection. The major
requirements and their wieghtage/ credit points on fulfillment of
PM&DC requirements are
SCORE CHART for 100 MBBS and 50 BDS ADMISSIONS
spot

scoring
points

Min. Req

Score by
Inspectors

Legal

75

75

Financial

75

75

Infrastructure

200

120

Hospital

250

180

Academics

100

80

Faculty

300

220

Total

Rating/Categor
y*

1000

750

(%) Score

< 75

75 ~ 85

85 ~ 95

95 ~ 100

Status
Not approved for
recommendation/continua
tion of recognition to
train___students
Approved for
recommendation/
continuation of
recognition to
train___students
Approved for
recommendation/
continuation of
recognition to
train___students
Approved for
recommendation/
continuation of
recognition to
train___students

Note
1. Z category maybe divided into 2. Z1: <60: Not
approved for continuation of recognition. Z2:
Between 60 to 75. Not approved for the present no.
of seats, recommendation for reduction in the no. of
seats, by 50, e.g a college with 150 seats will be
recognized for 100 seats, and a college with 100
seats will be recognized for 50 seats. However the
college can re-apply for increase in the number of
seats after a mandatory period of 2 years, after

fulfilling the deficiencies pointed out in the


inspection report.
2. There shall be a W Plus category for colleges with
facilities which are higher than the minimum laid
down criteria for recognition, meaning colleges
scoring more than 1000 points.

PART II
STEPS IN THE PROCESS OF RECOGNITION OF A MEDICAL OR A
DENTAL COLLEGE
3.

All medical or dental institution, recognised and desirous of


recognition, shall fulfill all requirements under this criteria and when
ready for the initial inspection for recognition, shall submit an
application for recognition of a medical and dental college which shall
be addressed to the Ministry of health of the Federal Government. The
new institution shall forward three proposed names in order of their
preference to PM&DC which shall be considered by the Executive
Committee and one approved name and abbreviation shall be
communicated to the institution for adoption.

4.

The Ministry of health of the Federal Government may refer the


application
to
the
PM&DC
to
provide
consultation
and
recommendations regarding recognition or otherwise.

5.

All institutions seeking recognition shall apply to the Federal


Government so that their applications reach PM&DC by June of each
year. The Council shall not entertain any request for recognition if
received from the Ministry of Health in July of each year. The Council
shall inspect the institutions by end of September each year and hold a
session in the last week of October each year to decide these cases of
recognition and shall forward these cases to the Ministry of Health for
process of notification, wherever indicated. These time frames shall
also be applicable to recognised institutions that are applying directly
to the Council for permission to increase the number of annual
admissions to the course.

6.

The PM&DC shall conduct inspection under this criteria and


requirements. Inspectors are commissioned in the laid down manner
and their reports are placed before the Executive Committee with
observations
of
the
inspected
institution
on
them.
The
recommendations of the Executive committee are then placed before
the Council.

7.
The Council gives recommendations to the Federal Government
whether
notification of recognition shall be issued. The Council
determines the number
of annual admissions commensurate with
available facilities.
8.

College Authorities will get letter of intent from the University having
territorial jurisdiction, that it will affiliate the college once it gets

recognition from PM&DC. The recommendations of the Council shall be


provided to the University to enable it to issue a formal letter of
affiliation. Once this letter of affiliation is received by the Federal
Government, then it issues the recognition notification.
9.

Only once notified by the Federal Government in the relevant


schedules of the PM&DC Ordinance 1962, the College can admit the
medical or dental students for training.

Stage

Stage Of Processing

Stage1.

Receipt of applications of the institution through the University/DAI


to the Ministry of Health and then referred to the PM&DC by the
Ministry of Health.

Stage2.

Issue of Letter of inspection by PM&DC.

Stage 3

Inspection by PM&DC

Stage4.

Applicant institution to send its observations on the PM&DC


inspection report.

Stage5.

Recommendation of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council


Executive Committee for the Council.

Stage 6

Formulation of recommendations by the Council for notification in


the schedules or otherwise for the Federal Government.

Stage 7

Letter of no objection by the Council to the University for affiliation.

Stage 8

Inclusion in the Third Schedule by the Federal Government on the


recommendations received from the Council and the University.

Stage 9

Advertisement for admission and admission

of students by the

institution.
Stage 10

Registration of Students by PM&DC


PART III
GENERAL RULES

10.

The continued recognition of a medical and dental college is subject to


verification of the fulfillment of this criteria as per Visit Schedule and
compliance of all decisions/regulations laid down by the Council from
time to time. It shall be the responsibility of the institute to apply to

PM&DC for purpose of maintaining continuation of recognition six


month prior to next scheduled visit. This process shall continue till such
time the establishment of the medical and dental college and
expansion of the hospital facilities are complete and the first batch
graduates. Then the comprehensive inspection is after every five
years.
11.

The PM&DC may at any stage convey the deficiencies to the applicant
institution and provide it with an opportunity and time to rectify the
deficiencies. The council may obtain any information from a proposed
or recognized medical and dental or dental college any time, as it
deems fit and necessary.Any and all litigations shall be subject to rules
and law of Pakistan and Pakistan Medical and Dental Council.

12.

Presence of an Undergraduate medical or Dental college or


departments unrelated or not essentially related to a postgraduate
institution and qualification can be ignored by the Council on case to
case basis.

13.

If a medical and dental college plans to increase its admissions then it


shall have to prove its enhanced facilities commensurate with PM&DC
requirements. The PM&DC shall comprehensively inspect the institution
and permission to increase admissions shall be granted if it is found
that the institution has sufficient facilities to train the additional
students. Notification of the PM&DC is to occur preceding this increase
otherwise PM&DC shall not register these students with it.

14.

All House Jobs shall be paid jobs.

15.

All recognized medical and dental institutions shall be allotted a


registration number by PM&DC.
PART IV
OWNERSHIP

16.

The ownership of the (1)


institution can vest in
i.
a body corporate registered under the relevant laws of
companies ordinance / societies / trust.
ii.
Federal Government or Provincial Government or Local
Government
iii.
A Pakistan University.
iv.
An autonomous body promoted by Federal/provincial/local
government by or under a statute for the purpose of medical
and dental education;
v.
A public religious or charitable trust registered under the
related act.
(2) Other than the own required hospital, the Teaching hospital can be
a public private or public public or private private partner ship, and the
agreement shall be of a minimum of ten years duration with a notice
period of three years, other conditions as laid down shall apply. This
document shall be duly registered in a court of law and shall be
supplied to PM&DC.
(3) Every Medical college shall establish a nursing college.

17.

Opening of a medical and dental college in hired or rented building


shall not be permitted. The medical/dental institution shall be set up
only on the plot of land owned by the institution and earmarked for
that purpose as indicated. The medical/dental institution shall be a
distinctively separate purpose built facility from the hospital.
PART V
LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
( credit points 75)

18.

After recognition no change of ownership of the private institutions will


be permissible without prior approval of the PM&DC.

19.

For training of 100 medical and dental students admitted annually, a


suitable single plot of land measuring not less than three acres or
equivalent covered area of 86,000 sqft, is owned or possessed by the
applicant by way of 33 years lease for the construction of the college.

20.

The institution shall certify that it has not admitted students to the
proposed medical and dental college at the time of application.

21.

(a) That to train 100 MBBS students 500 hospital bed shall be required,
out of this 500 beds requirement, the medical college has to own and
manage a multidiscipline hospital of not less than 150 beds with
infrastructural facilities as required by the PM&DC.
(b) For Dental College, the requirement of Dental Hospital for
admissions in BDS, if it is a stand alone dental hospital, shall be equal
to their annual intake of students in the following proportion it shall
have 20 general surgery and 20 general medicine and 20 beds for oral
& Maxillofacial surgery.

22.

That the dental college owns and manages a hospital of not less than
75 dental operatories/ units with infrastructural facilities as required by
the PM&DC and capable of being developed into a 125 dental
operatories/ units teaching institution in two years. Development plan
is required to be submitted.

23.

Any work carried out by the students shall not be charged to them.

24.

50% of the beds must operate on 100% free accommodation and


consultation basis and rest of treatment expenses on no-profit basis,
which include lab services, medicine and supplies, if any.

25. Provisional certificate from the university having territorial jurisdiction


on the
condition that it will grant recognition subject to approval of
PM&DC.
26. The university shall not comment about seat allocation and a comment
even if
made about seat allocation shall carry no value

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27.

The recognition granted shall be restricted to a specified place


(Campus) and for particular course (Medical or dental under graduate
MBBS, BDS and postgraduate diploma or degree). No sub campus or
branch shall be established.

28.

The Federal Government shall include the medical or dental


qualification and institution in the respective schedules after satisfying
itself that the subject medical and dental institution has been granted
affiliation by a University acceptable to the Federal Government as per
law.

29.

When applying for


recognition, affiliation agreement of the
teaching hospital with the college shall need to be submitted to
PM&DC. The affiliation agreement is required to be in the form of
declaration before a first class magistrate or a civil judge and shall
have complete codal formalities addressing all facets of working
between the college and the attached/affiliated hospital clearly spelling
out the student training arrangement. The agreement shall be of a
minimum of ten years duration with a notice period of three years. The
PMDC shall be informed of
anticipated
changes
in
affiliation
agreements immediately. In the agreement
a. There shall be defined responsibilities of each party related to the
educational program for medical and dental students.
b. It shall contain clauses assuring student and faculty access to
appropriate resources for medical and dental student education.
c. The medical and dental college should have absolute control over
academic and administrative affairs of the hospital and the
Principal of the college can be the chief executive officer of the
teaching Hospital of the College and should be the authority for
recruitment of faculty in the hospital.
d. The existing colleges have to have their own college building and
a 150 bedded multidiscipline hospital out of the 500 beds
requirement within a three years period from promulgation of
these regulations. All the new colleges applying for recognition
shall have to have their own college building and an own 150
bedded hospital out of the 500 beds requirement at the time of
first inspection per specification of PM&DC.
PART VI
FINANCIAL STATUS AND SUSTAINABILITY
CREDIT POINTS 75

30. It has to be demonstrated that the institution is financially stable and


has the
ability to sustain a regular functioning and efficient working. The
present and
anticipated financial resources of a medical and dental
institution have to be adequate to sustain a sound program of medical and
dental education and to
accomplish other institutional goals. The costs
of conducting an accredited program leading to the M.B;B.S degree can be
supported from diverse sources,
such
as
income
from
tuition,
endowments, earnings by the faculty, support from the parent university,

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annual gifts, grants from organizations and individuals, and


appropriations from the government and its agencies. Evidence for
compliance
with this section will include documentation of adequate
financial reserves to
maintain the educational program in the event of
unexpected revenue losses, and
demonstration
of
effective
fiscal
management of the medical and dental institution
budget. Pressure for
institutional self-financing are not to compromise
the educational mission
of the institution nor cause it to charge more fee from
students.
Reliance on student tuition shall not be so great that the quality of
the
program is compromised due to lack of finances.
In this regard
i.
ii.

iii.

The institution shall furnish such reports, returns, and other


information as the PM&DC may require, enabling it to judge the
financial sustainability.
The Institution/university, shall prior to enrolling students,
establish an endowment fund of at least Rupees 10 Million for
development and enhancing the quality of education. The
endowment fund shall have an increase at a rate of 2.5%
annually.
At the commencement of operation of the college, the working
capital of at least Rupees 20 Million needs to lye with the
institution for smooth functioning of the affairs of institution.

PART VII
GOVERNANCE
31.

The manner in which the medical and dental institution is organized,


including the responsibilities and privileges of administrative officers,
faculty, students and committees are to be promulgated in medical
and dental institution or university bylaws and shall be in conformity
with the relevant PM&DC regulations.

32.

Role of Governing body: The governing board shall be responsible


for oversight of the medical and dental institution and shall follow
formal policies and procedures to avoid the impact of conflicts of
interest of members in the operation of the institution , its associated
hospitals, or any related enterprises. Terms of governing board
members shall be overlapping and sufficiently long to permit them to
gain an understanding of the programs of the medical and dental
institution. Administrative officers and members of a medical and
dental institution faculty are to be appointed by, or on the authority of,
the governing body of the medical and dental institution or its parent
university. The Governing body shall give the Principal appropriate
financial autonomy, authority and control over the college and its
attached teaching hospital who shall function as its chief executive.

33.

Role of the Academic Council: ( 1 ) The faculty shall form a forum


known as academic Council of an institution and shall comprise of all
the Professors and Head of the Teaching units and shall be headed by
the Principal. The Academic Council shall determine institutional
academic policies.

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( 2 ) The Academic Council shall meet often enough for all members of
the Academic Council to have the opportunity to participate in the
discussion about academic policies and practices.
34.

Study Boards and/or Curriculum Committee shall assure that


there are mechanisms for direct faculty involvement in decisions
related to the educational program and its delivery and evaluation.

35.

Role of Principal: The chief official of the medical and dental


institution shall usually holds the title dean, or Principal and shall
be appointed as per PM&DC criteria. He shall have financial autonomy,
as decided by the Governing body. He shall have authority and control
over the attached teaching hospital and may function as its chief
executive. He shall have ready access to the university authorities and
the governing body and other officials as are necessary to fulfill the
responsibilities of the deans / principals office. There shall be clear
understanding of the authority and responsibility for medical and
dental institution matters along its hierarchy.

36.

Role of Faculty: (1) In the relationship between the medical and


dental institution and its clinical affiliates, the educational program for
medical and dental students are to remain under the control of the
institutions faculty. Regardless of the location where clinical instruction
occurs, department head and faculty are to have authority consistent
with their responsibility for the instruction and evaluation of medical
and dental students. The responsibility of the clinical facility for patient
care shall not diminish or preclude opportunities for medical and
dental students to undertake patient care duties under the appropriate
supervision of medical and dental institution faculty and residents.
( 2 ) Important areas where direct faculty involvement is expected
include admissions, curriculum development and evaluation, and
student promotions. Faculty members shall be involved in decisions
about any other mission-critical areas specific to the institution.
Strategies for assuring direct faculty participation may include peer
selection or other mechanisms that bring a broad faculty perspective
to the decision-making process, independent of departmental or
central administration point of view. The quality of an educational
program maybe enhanced by the participation of volunteer faculty in
faculty governance, especially in defining educational goals and
objectives.

37.

ANNUAL REPORT; The institution shall publish an annual report of all


its activities, with chapters by each department, and provide a copy to
the PM&DC.
PART VIII
SITE AND INFRASTRUCTURE
CREDIT POINTS 200

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38.

A medical and dental College has to possess its own buildings and
equipment appropriate to achieve its educational and other goals. The
medical and dental institution facilities shall include offices for faculty,
administrators, and support staff; laboratories and other space
appropriate for the conduct of research; student classrooms and
laboratories; lecture hall(s) sufficiently large to accommodate a full
years class and any other students taking the same courses. There
shall be adequate space for student use, including student study
space, comfortable seating space in the campus, space and equipment
for library and information access; and space and equipment for the
humane care of animals when animals are used in teaching or
research. Appropriate security systems and protocols shall be in place
at all educational sites.

i.
ii.

iii.

iv.
v.

The site selected for the institution has to be suitable from an


academic point of view and sustainable.
The site existing or selected for the medical and dental
institution has to be easily accessible to general public. Site
characteristics and availability of external linkages, topography,
plot size, permissible floor space index, ground coverage,
building height, road access, availability of public transport,
electric supply, water supply, sewage connection and
communication facilities shall be adequate and appropriate and
details thereof be supplied to the PM&DC at the time of
submission of application.
The college shall have a fully functional well stocked library, well
equipped laboratories, museums, dissection halls, lecture and
tutorial halls, well equipped teaching hospital with specified
requirement and hostel facility for students.
The institution shall provide daycare facility to female
employees.
The institution / affiliated and constituent institute of the
University beside appropriate administrative, faculty, staff room
and staff offices facilities shall have the following mandatory
infrastructure shown in table 1.
Table 1
Infrastructure
(100 MBBS Students)
Total Marks: 200

Auditorium
10% credit

(1) 300
initially and
500 after
two years

15
sqft/person

4500 sqft

capacity

Lecture Hall
15% credit
Library
15% credit
Common Room for
girls 05% credit
Cafeteria
05% credit

(3) 100
capacity
(1) 100
capacity

15
sqft/person
50
sqft/person
At least 20x
20 ft
Lump sum

14

1500 sqft
each X 3

4500 sqft
5000 sqft
400 sqft
1000 sqft

Tutorial (x4)
15% credit
Labs (x6)
15% credit
Skill Lab
Museum (x4)
10% credit
Offices (x7)
05% credit
Mortuary and
Anatomy Dissection
hall
05% credit
Animal House
Miscellaneous space
(Administration)
Circulation and
other space

25
capacity
25
capacity
25
capacity
500 sqft

15
sqft/person
50
sqft/person
Lump sum
20
sqft/person
Each
department

375sqft each
x4
1250 sqft
each x 6

1500 sqft
7500 sqft
1000 sqft

500 sqft
each x 4

1000 sqft
3500 sqft

Lump sum

1500 sqft

Lump sum

225 sqft

Lump sum

2000 sqft

Lump sum

10,000 sqft

TOTAL

=43,625

sqft

Note
1.The total marks for Infrastructure will be 200. Weight age given as
% in front of individual facilities.
2. Instead of 6 Labs, the college can have 2 Multi-disciplinary Labs,
with a capacity of 50 in each lab. List of equipments available in
these multi-disciplinary labs shall be provided to PM&DC.
3. college and the hospital shall have separate skill labs.
(B) Hospital 250 Marks
Hospital Facility
Teaching Facilitates and
Staff Offices

500 Beds

250 sqft/Bed

125,000 sqft
10,000 sqft

TOTAL 135,000 sqft


GRAND TOTAL 176,000 sqft

Note

Out of 250 marks, 60% maybe given to the mandatory


hospital facilities, listed below and 40% to the bed
strength.
Mandatory Hospital Facilities includes: 60% (150 marks)
Out-patient Department.
10%
Hospital Pharmacy.
05%
Emergency room services with at least 10 beds with monitoring
facilities, Minor O.T & resuscitation facilities
10%
Operating Rooms
10%
Critical care beds e.g intensive care, coronary care and neonatal
care. 15%
CSSD.
10%

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Radiology Services with Xray ultrasound and CT scan or MRI


facilities. 15%
Laboratory Services (Haematology, Histopathology, Microbiology,
Chemical Pathology and Blood Bank).
15%
Day Care Facilities.
05%
Food Service.
Proper Waste Disposal System
(Incinerators).
05%
(or active contract with a service provider).
The total marks for hospital services will be 150. The above
mentioned % can be calculated from 150 marks.
It is also recommended that the hospital should have at least 4
tutorial rooms, to be shared by different departments for teaching
of students. Each tutorial room should have at least 25 seats.
Other Facilities
IT Lab with Wi-Fi connectivity
The Library must be well-stocked with at least 30 copies of each and
every text books and 10 sets of at least 5 reference books in each
subject.
That Institute must have availability of internet connectivity and at least
01 computer per 10 student on roll.
Table 1
Infrastructure
(50 BDS Students)
Auditorium
10% credit
Lecture Hall
15% credit
Library
15% credit
Common Room for girls
05% credit
Cafeteria
05% credit
Tutorial (x4)
15% credit
Labs (x6)
15% credit
Museum (x4)
10% credit
Offices (x7)
05% credit
Miscellaneous space
(Administration
Circulation and other
space

(1) 300
capacity
(3) 100
capacity
(1) 100
capacity

15
sqft/person
15
sqft/person
50
sqft/person
Atleast 20x
20 ft

4500 sqft
150sqft
each X 3

5000 sqft
400 sqft

Lump sum
25 capacity
25 capacity
25 capacity
500 sqft

15
sqft/person
50
sqft/person
20
sqft/person
Each
department
Lump sum

4500 sqft

1000 sqft
375sqft
each x 4
1250 sqft
each x 6
500 sqft
each x 4

1500 sqft
7500 sqft
1000 sqft
3500 sqft
2000 sqft
10,000 sqft

TOTAL

16

40,900 sqft

(B) Hospital
Number of Admissions

50

75

Hospital Facility

75

100

10
0
12
5

100 sqft/Bed

Teaching Facilitates and


Staff Offices

40,000 sqft
10,000 sqft

TOTAL 50,000 sqft


GRAND TOTAL 84,000 sqft

Other Facilities
The Library must be well-stocked with at least 30 copies of each and
every text books and 10 sets of at least 5 reference books in each
subject.
That Institute must have availability of internet connectivity and at least
01 computer per 05 students on roll.
Free Wifi facility both in the College as well as the attached Hospital.
PART IX
STUDENT FACILITIES
39.

Admissions shall be on open merit and as per PM&DC admission


criteria laid down in the MBBS and BDS regulations. All
Federal/provincial/HEC/PTAP quotas shall be adjusted strictly within the
seats allocated by PM&DC for annual admission and shall meet PM&DC
admission criteria. In the admissions process and throughout study in
medical and dental institution, there shall be no discrimination on the
basis of gender, regional orientation, age, race, creed, or national
origin. Migration and student exchange policy shall be followed as laid
down in the Pakistan registration of medical and dental practitioner
regulations 2008. All students shall display their PM&DC student
registration cards while in the college and hospital. Screening for
infectious/ communicable diseases shall be done before admission and
persons having such diseases shall not be eligible for admission.

40.

Academic and Career Counseling. The system of academic advice


to students shall integrate with the efforts of faculty members, course
directors, and student affairs officers and the institutions counseling
and tutorial services. There shall be a system in place to assist
students in career choice and application to postgraduate programs.

41.

Financial Aid Counseling and Resources. A medical and dental


institution has to provide students with effective financial aid and debt
management counseling. Medical and dental institutions shall have
mechanisms in place to minimize the impact of direct educational
expenses on student indebtedness. Institutions are to have clear and
equitable policies for the refund of tuition fees, and other allowable
payments if such an eventuality does arise.

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42.

Student complaints, Health Services and Personal Counseling.


Each institution is to have an effective system of personal counseling
for its students that includes programs to promote the well-being of
students, redressal of their grievances and complaints and facilitation
of their adjustment to the physical and emotional demands of medical
and dental institution. All complaints by students shall be put up to the
Principal for disposal. Medical and dental students shall have access to
preventive and therapeutic health services. The health professionals
who provide psychiatric/psychological counseling or other sensitive
health services to medical and dental students shall have no
involvement in the academic evaluation or promotion of the students
receiving those services. Health insurance is to be made available to
all students , and all students may have access to disability/
communicable disease insurance if so is picked up during student ship.
Medical and dental institutions shall follow accepted guidelines in
determining appropriate immunizations for medical and dental
students. Institutions may have policies addressing student exposure
to infectious and environmental hazards.

PART X
ACADEMICS
43.

Educational Program Objectives: Every institution shall have a


defined objective and public health objectives.

44.

Curriculum Management: The curriculum shall be as laid down by


the PM&DC. The institution shall be governed by the statutes,
regulations, rules framed by the PM&DC from time to time including
general scheme of studies , duration of courses, the medium of
instructions and examinations, detailed syllabi for examinations, and
the condition under which students shall be admitted to examinations.

45.

Roles and Responsibilities: There is integrated institutional


responsibility for the overall management, delivery and evaluation of
the curriculum. The Principal and the faculty need to ensure the
effective delivery and implementation of the components of the
curriculum. The Principal or Dean need to have sufficient resources and
authority to fulfill this responsibility.

46.

Evaluation of examinations: The statutes, regulations, rules framed


by the PM&DC on evaluation and inspection of examination, shall
govern the institution and the responsibility to comply shall be that of
the Principal and the Vice Chancellor. No formal invitation to inspect
examination is required to be extended to PM&DC.PM&DC shall inspect
any or all examinations and the institution shall provide schedules of
examinations to PM&DC well in time. The university shall not declare
result of the examination unless cleared by PM&DC.
Confidentiality of student record
It is the responsibility of the institution concerned to keep the student
records to be confidential and available only to members of the faculty
and administration on a need to know basis. Laws concerning
confidentiality of record need to be kept in view. Students are to be

47.

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allowed to review and challenge their records if there is a valid reason


for it.
48.

Requirements and Guidelines about the Learning


Environment in the Institution
(a) Academic atmosphere
The institution shall create an environment where graduate and
continuing medical and dental education programs are present.
The program of medical and dental education leading to the
M.BBS/BDS degree are to be conducted in an environment that
fosters the intellectual challenge and spirit of inquiry appropriate
to a community of scholars. Medical and dental institutions shall
make available sufficient opportunities for medical and dental
students to participate in research and other scholarly activities
and the faculty shall encourage and support student
participation.
(b) Behaviour & Discipline
(i)
Medical and dental institutions have to ensure that the
learning environment for medical and dental students
promotes the development of explicit and appropriate
professional attributes (attitudes, behaviors, and identity)
in their medical and dental students.
(ii)

Each medical and dental institution shall define and


publicize the standards of conduct for the teacher-learner
relationship, and develop written policies for addressing
violations of those standards. The medical and dental
institution are to publicize to all faculty and students its
standards
and
procedures
for
the
evaluation,
advancement, and graduation of its students and for
disciplinary action. There has to be a fair and formal
process for taking any action that adversely affects the
status of a student.

(iii)

No political activity, in any form is to be undertaken by a


student or a faculty member. PM&DC will take serious
action including debarring him/her from medical education
anywhere in Pakistan against perpetrators.

(c) Co-Curricular Activities The institution shall promote the extra


curricular and recreational activates of the students. Indoor and
outdoor sports facilities are to be arranged.
49.

Evaluation of Program Effectiveness: (i) To judge student


achievement a medical and dental institution has to collect and use a
variety of outcome data, including national norms of accomplishment,
to demonstrate the extent to which its educational program objectives
are being met, how many students are successful in joining
postgraduate courses and then achieving post graduation.

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(ii) In assessing program quality, institutions are to consider student


evaluations of their courses and teachers, as well as a variety of other
measures.
(iii) A system for the evaluation of student achievement shall be in
place throughout medical and dental college life and shall employ a
variety of measures of knowledge, skills.
(iv) There is to be ongoing assessment that assures students have
acquired and can demonstrate on direct observation the core clinical
skills, behaviors, and attitudes that have been specified in the
institutions educational objectives. There is to be evaluation of
problem solving, clinical reasoning, and communication skills.
(v) The faculty of each discipline shall
set the standards of
achievement in these disciplines. The directors of all courses and
clerkships are to design and implement a system of formative (40%)
and summative (60%) evaluation of student achievement in each
course and clerkship. Each student shall be evaluated early enough
during a unit of study to allow time for remediation.
( vi) All institutions shall adopt a process by which they shall maintain a
record of achievements of each and every one of their students before
and after graduation. Each medical and dental college are to engage in
a planning process that sets the direction for the institution and results
in measurable student achievement outcomes.
(vii) Narrative descriptions of student performance and of no cognitive
achievement shall be included as part of evaluations in all required
courses and clerkships where teacher-student interaction permits this
form of assessment.
50. Information Resources and Library Services (i) The medical and
dental institutions are to have a well-maintained library and
information facilities, sufficient in size, breadth of holdings, and
information technology to support its education and other missions.
There shall be physical or electronic access to leading biomedical,
clinical, and other relevant periodicals, sufficient current numbers of
which shall be readily available. The library and other learning
resource centers are to be equipped in such a manner so as to allow
students to access information electronically, as well as to use selfinstructional materials.
(ii) The library and information services staff are to be responsive to
the needs of the faculty and students of the medical and dental
institution. A professional staff shall supervise the library and
information services, and provide instruction in accessing resource to
the users. The library and information services staff shall be proficient
in accessing current international, regional and national information
resources and data systems, and know contemporary information
technology. Moreover
a)
The library shall be a 100% lending library with adequate
copies of text books (20% of admission strength) and 10
sets of at least 5 reference books in each subject.

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b)
c)
d)

The library shall have seating facility for 20% of the total
number of students on roll.
The library shall have very extended timings.
The institution shall have Internet connectivity and ebooks. At least 1 computer per 10 students' admission with
access to PERN and its subject related journals.
PART XI
TEACHING HOSPITAL
(CREDIT POINTS 250)

51.

To train 100 MBBS students the institution shall establish one or more
teaching hospital with ratio of minimum of 5 beds to a student
admission per year and will be required to have a minimum total
capacity of 500 beds in all or one hospitals and with the prescribed
composition of departments and units. At first inspection the
requirement is of 250 bed and which shall be increased to 500 beds by
the time the students reach third year.

52.

No two colleges shall share a teaching hospital irrespective of its bed


strength.

53.

Clinical resources in the attached teaching hospitals shall be sufficient


to ensure breadth and quality of ambulatory and bedside teaching.
They include adequate numbers and types of patients (acuity, case
mix, age, gender, etc.) as well as physical resources. The hospital must
have appropriate instructional facilities and information resources,
appropriate instructional facilities include areas for individual student
study, for conferences, and for large group presentations (lectures).

54.

Sufficient information resources, including library holdings and access


to other library systems at site. A sufficient number of computers are
needed that allow access to the Internet and to other educational
software. Call rooms and lockers, or other secure space to store
personal belongings, shall be available for student use.

55.

A teaching hospital affiliated with a private institution / University shall


have 50% of the total prescribed beds available at no profit basis to
the patients as already laid down in regulation 24 supra.

56.

There shall be a major role of the medical and dental institution in


appointment/assignment of faculty members in the affiliated teaching
hospital responsible for medical and dental student teaching. If
department heads of the institution are not also the clinical service
chiefs at affiliated institutions, the affiliation agreement has to confirm
the authority of the department head of the college to ensure faculty
and student access to appropriate resources for medical and dental
student education.

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57.

The prescribed number of beds in teaching hospital be distributed


among the specialties as shown in table 2.

(Table 2 a)
Number of Beds
(Medical College)
Total Marks 40% 100 marks.
Required
Up to 150
Admissions

Required
for 151 to
200
Admissions

Required
for 201 to
250
Admissions

Required
for 251 to
300
Admissions

500 Beds

600 Beds

700 Beds

800 Beds

900 Beds

Medicine

75

120

120

160

200

Surgery

75

120

120

160

200

Gynecology &
Obstetrics

80

80

120

120

130

Paediatrics

40

40

80

80

80

Eye

15

20

20

20

20

ENT

15

20

20

20

20

Orthopedic / Trauma

40

40

40

40

50

80

80

80

80

80

100 (1
unit on
OMFS)

Floating
(dependin
g upon
need and
faculty)

Department

Required Up
to 100
Admissions

Essential
Specialties

Optional Specialties
Medicine and Allied
Specialties

Surgery and Allied


Specialties (10
Bed in
maxillofacial
Surgery)

120
80 (1 unit
on OMFS)

80 (1 unit
on OMFS)

120

Floating
(dependin
g upon
need and
faculty)

Out of 250 marks, 40% maybe given to the mandatory


hospital facilities, listed below and 60% to the bed
strength.
Hospital Facilities includes: 40% (100 marks)
Out-patient Department. 10%
Resuscitation area with facilities
Separate cubicles for teaching medical students
Dressing area
Basic instruments according to different specialities
Faculty room
Provision of wheel chairs and stretchers

Hospital Pharmacy.

05%

Both for indoor and outdoor patients

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Trained pharmacists

Emergency room

10%

10 beds with monitoring facilities


Minor OT
Facilities for resuscitation esp. Defibrillator
Cubicles for patients with central oxygen and suction and monitoring facilities
Anaesthesia machines with ventilator
2

Operating Rooms

10%

Pre-anaesthesia area
Recovery area with central oxygen and suction and monitoring facilities
5 fully equipped operating rooms
Monitoring facilities in all theatres
Image intensifier (1)
Facilities for resuscitation
5 Anaesthesia machines with ventilators
Capnograph (Optional)
Diathermy machines in each theatre, both mono polar and bipolar
Protocol for Hep B/C

Critical care beds e.g intensive care, coronary care and neonatal
care. 15%
Separate Medical & Surgical ICU beds
Separate Paediatric & Neonatal intensive care beds
Coronary care beds
15% of the total bed strength will be intensive care beds
Ventilatory facilities Atleast 15 Ventilators
Facilities for blood gas analysis

CSSD.

10%

Washing area
Washer disinfector
Steam Autoclaves with 134 C Temp. 500 ltrs.
Ethylene di-oxide/Formaldehyde gas steriolizer
Sealing Machines
Chemical Sterilization facilities
Storage & Distribution Counter

Radiology Services with all imaging modalities.

1
2
1

15%

X-ray Machines
500 mA
Fluoroscopy/Image Intensifier
300 mA
Stationary Bucky Table
300 mA
Stationary Bucky Stand
100 mA
Portable
2
Ultrasound Machines
3.5 mHz probe Gray Scale
2
3.5 mHz probe portable Gray Scale
2
Color Doppler Multifrequency probes
2
Biopsy probes
2
CT scan
Multislice (4/16/64)
1
MRI scan
Optional
Mammography
Preferably with magnifier/spot film/compression
1
Safety Equipment
Lead Aprons
3
TLD
1
Lead Shield/Partitions
4
Film Badge/Radiation detector & thyroid shields
Optional equipments
OPG
Angiography Suites (compulsory)
PACS

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1
2
2

Computed/Digital radiography

Laboratory Services (Haematology, Histopathology, Microbiology,


Chemical Pathology and Blood Bank).
15%
Histopathology
Microtome facilities
Facilities for tissue processing
Embedding Stations
Basic Staining Station
Microscope with multiple heads
Frozen section facilities
Haematology
3/5 part automated differential counter
Microscopes 1 with teaching head
*New Baur Chambers
Basic Staining Facilities inc Reticulocytes
Fridge to keep samples
Blood Bank
Serofuge
Agglutination Viewer
Water bath/Heat Block
Microscope
Platelet rotator with incubator
Blood Bank Fridge
-30 C Freezer for storage
Chemical pathology
Centrifuges
Semi automated chemistry analyzer
Automated chemistry analyzer
Immuno-assay analyzer
Refractometer
Ion selective electrode
Blood gas analyzer (Either in Deptt. Or ICU)
Fridge
Freezer -30 or -70 C
Microbiology
Incubator 37 C
Basic Staining facilities
Fridge
Microscope with teaching head
Safety Hood

Day Care Facilities.


05%
Food Service.
Proper Waste Disposal System (Incenirators).

1
1

1
1
1
(Optional)
1

2
5
1
1
1
1

1
1

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

05%

The total marks for hospital services will be 150. The above
mentioned % can be calculated from 150 marks.
It is also recommended that the hospital should have at least 4
tutorial rooms, to be shared by different departments for teaching
of students. Each tutorial room should have at least 25 seats.

Note

1.
The total no. of beds required for 100 students is 500.
The hospital shall have 500 beds of which at least 150 beds should
be owned by the hospital and the rest 350 beds maybe contracted
through Memorandum of understanding from other other
government or nongovernmental organizations.
2.
The hospital will have the liberty of either demarcate the
no. of beds according to the specialties mentioned above or they can
allocate beds according to floors or demarcated areas. It is

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recommended that under this scenario Medicine & Allied will have
200 beds, Surgery & Allied will have 150 beds and Mother & Child
Health will have 150 beds. The total no. of beds will remain 500.
3.
It is also recommended that out of 500 beds, 10% should
be beds with monitoring facilities e.g ICU, CCU, NICU, HDU or in
Emergency room.
4.
There should be minimum of 2 outreach clinics dedicated
for Community Health Services.
5.
Since most of the Surgeries/Procedures done in
Ophthalmology is carried out as an outpatient or day care the no. of
beds in this speciality is reduced to 15.
6.
The scoring will be done according to the no. of beds,
and allocation of beds in different specialties or floors, as mentioned
above, e.g if the total strength of beds is 400, then 20% marks will
be deducted, or if the hospital does not have beds with monitoring
facilities, although the total no. is 500, still 10% marks will be

deducted.
7.
Bed occupancy annual average shall not be below
60%.
8.
For Dental College, the requirement of Dental
Hospital for admissions in BDS, if it is a stand alone dental
hospital, shall be equal to their annual intake of students in
the following proportion it shall have 20 general surgery and
20 general medicine and 10 beds for oral & Maxillofacial
surgery. For the Dental College with Medical College no extra
beds are required.
58.

A dental institution in public sector shall not have more than 100
students annually and a dental institution in private sector shall not
have more than 80 students annually if it is a stand alone college and
75 students annually if it is with a medical college irrespective of
facilities. A medical institution in public sector shall not have more than
350 students annually and a medical institution in private sector shall
not have more than 150 students annually irrespective of facilities.

59.

Dropouts in the first two years shall be adjusted in subsequent


admissions so as to maintain total admission strength in the first two
years. All dropouts shall be reported to the Executive Committee and
permission for admission shall be sought.

60.

Dissection of the bodies and the mortuary is optional.

PART XII
FACULTY
CREDIT POINTS 350
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The strength, qualification and experience of teaching faculty and


other staff and the terms and condition of their service shall be
according to PM&DC requirements. The faculty shall have to be
registered with PM&DC as only registered faculty shall be acceptable
as faculty.The faculty shall display his valid faculty registration and
PM&DC registration at his place of duty.

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62.

Faculty Objectives: (i) The medical and dental institution faculty has
to define the objectives of the educational program according to the
PM&DC curriculum. The objectives are to serve as guide for delivery of
the curriculum content and provide the basis for evaluating the
effectiveness of the educational program in order to achieve the
defined competencies of the graduate as laid down by the PM&DC.
(ii) The objectives of the educational program are to be stated in
outcome-based terms that allow assessment of student progress in
developing the competencies that the PM&DC and the public expects
out of a physician. There shall be a system with central oversight to
assure that the faculty defines the types of patients and clinical
conditions that students have to encounter, the appropriate clinical
setting for the educational experiences, and the expected level of
student responsibility. The faculty has to monitor student experience
and modify it as necessary to ensure that the objectives of the clinical
education program are met. The objectives of the educational program
have to be made known to all medical and dental students and to the
faculty and others with direct responsibilities for medical and dental
student education.

63.

64.

65.

Service Policies and career planning and progression.


No
faculty shall be over the age of seventy years, unless granted status of
Professor Emiratus by the affiliating University.There shall be clear
policies and terms and conditions of service for faculty appointment,
renewal of appointment, promotion and progress, granting of tenure,
and dismissal. These shall be clearly told to the faculty at the time of
appointment. A medical and dental institution shall have policies that
deal with circumstances in which the private interests of faculty
members or staff may be in conflict with their official responsibilities.
On regular intervals, faculty members shall receive written information
about their terms of appointment, responsibilities, lines of
communication, privileges and benefits, if relevant, and the policy on
practice earnings. Career progression policies shall be laid down and
shall safeguard the interest of the faculty.
Faculty shall receive regularly scheduled feedback on their academic
performance and their progress toward promotion. Feedback shall be
provided by students, departmental leadership or, if relevant, other
institutional leadership. Opportunities for professional development are
to be provided to enhance faculty members capacity and skills and
leadership abilities in education and research.
The institution / University shall submit the details of available
teaching staff with documentary evidence of their appointment,
Income Tax deduction certificate and place of previous appointment
and resignation(in case he has been in any other institution
previously).Female faculty shall have flexible timings, which they will
communicate to the administration from time to time .
Number, Qualifications, and Functions of the faculty The
recruitment and development of a medical and dental institutions
faculty shall take into account its mission, the diversity of its student
body, and the population that it serves. There has to be a sufficient
number of faculty members in the subjects basic to medicine and in

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the clinical disciplines to meet the needs of the educational program


and the other missions of the medical institution. In determining the
number of faculty needed for the educational program, medical
institutions shall consider that faculty may have educational and other
responsibilities in academic programs besides medicine. In the clinical
sciences, the number and kind of faculty appointed shall also relate to
the amount of patient care activities required to conduct meaningful
clinical teaching across the continuum of medical and dental
education. Persons appointed to a faculty position have to demonstrate
achievements commensurate with their academic rank. Members of
the faculty must have the capability and continued commitment to be
effective teachers. A faculty member/consultant who attends duty after
2400hrs shall not be required on duty next day before 1200hrs.
66.

Effective Teaching: requires knowledge of the discipline and an


understanding of curriculum design and development, curriculum
evaluation, and methods of instruction. Faculty members involved in
teaching, course planning and curricular evaluation shall possess or
have ready access to expertise in teaching methods, curriculum
development, program evaluation, and student evaluation. Such
expertise may be supplied by a department of medical and dental
education or by faculty/staff members with backgrounds in educational
science. Faculty involved in the development and implementation of a
course, clerkship, or larger curricular unit shall be able to design the
learning activities and corresponding evaluation methods (student and
program) in a manner consistent with the institutions stated
educational objectives and sound educational principles. Community
physicians appointed to the faculty, on a part-time basis or as
volunteers, shall be effective teachers, serve as role models for
students, and provide insight into contemporary methods of providing
patient care.
Faculty members shall have a commitment to continuing scholarly
productivity characteristic of an institution of higher learning. Among
the lines of evidence indicating compliance with these standards are
the following:
(i)

Documented participation of the faculty in professional


development activities related specifically to teaching and
evaluation.

(ii)

Attendance at international, regional or national meetings on


medical or dental educational affairs.
Evidence that faculty members knowledge of their discipline
is current.

(ii)

67. The minimum required faculty and ancillary staff for the number of
students is as under and the marks assigned to each category are displayed
for convenience and reference in the inspection reports and information
Performa of the Council for each category.
(Table 3)
FACULTY AND STAFF REQUIREMENT FOR MBBS (BASIC SCIENCES)

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Total no. of marks given for Faculty is 300. This is equally divided
between Basic Sciences & Clinical Sciences.
Total Marks for Basic Sciences:150 Marks.
Department

Anatomy
500 Teaching
Hours
[250 Theory +
250 Practical]
Total Marks for
Anatomy For
first
inspection
(90) &
subsequent
insp.(30)

Physiology
500 Teaching
Hours
[250 Theory +
250 Practical]
Total Marks for
Physiology For
first
inspection
(90) &
subsequent
insp.(30)

Biochemistry
300 Teaching
Hours
[150 Theory +
150 Practical]
Hours increased
from 200 to 300
Total Marks for
Biochemistry.F
or first
inspection
(60) &
subsequent
insp.(18)

Required
Upto 100
Admissions

Required
Upto 101 to
150
Admissions

Required Up
151 to 250
Admissions

Required
Upto 251 to
300
Admissions

Required
upto 301 to
350
Admissions

Professor

1 (25%)

Assoc Prof

1(25%)

Asstt. Prof

2(20%)

8(20%)

12

14

16

`1

Professor

1 (25%)

Assoc Prof

1(25%)

Asstt. Prof

2(20%)

Demonstrat
or

8(20%)

12

14

16

Professor

1(25%)

Assoc. Prof

1(25%)

Asstt. Prof

1(20%)

Demonstrat
or

4(20%)

Designation

Demonstrat
or
Dissection
Hall
Attendant
*Curator of
Museum
Lab.Tech/As
st
Stenograph
er/
Computer
Operator

10% for
the rest
Lab.Tech/As
st
Store
Keeper
Stenograph
er/
Computer
Operator

10 % for
the rest
Lab.
Technician /
Assistant
Store
Keeper

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Stenograph
er/
Computer
Operator

Pharmacology
300 Teaching
Hours
[150 Theory +
150 Practical]
For initial
inspection
50% of faculty
is required.
For
subsequent
inspection.Tot
al Marks for
Pharmacology
18

Department

Pathology
-Histopathology
-Microbiology
-Chemical
Pathology
-heamatology

For initial
inspectio
n 50% of
faculty is
required.
For
subseque
nt
inspectio
n. Total
marks is
30
1.

Professor

1(25%)

Assoc. Prof

1(25%)

Asstt. Prof

1(20%)

Demonstrat
or

6(20%)

12

14

16

10% for
the rest
Pharmacist
Lab.
Technician /
Assistant
Store
Keeper
Stenograph
er/
Computer
Operator
Designation

Required
Upto 100
Admissions

Required Up
151 to 250
Admissions

Required
Upto 251 to
300
Admissions

Required
upto 301 to
350
Admissions

Professor /Associate
(one each in Histo
pathology,
microbiology.
Chemical
pathology/Haematalo
gy)

4 (1 in
each)
(of which
two shall
be
Professors)
35%

5 (1 in each)
(of which two
shall be
Professors)

6 (1 in each)
(of which two
shall be
Professors)

6 (1 in each)
(of which
three shall be
Professors)

8
of which four
shall be
Professors

Assistant professors

4 (atleast 1
in each)
30%

5 (atleast 1 in
each)

6 (atleast 1 in
each)

7 (atleast 1 in
each)

8 (atleast 1 in
each)

Demonstrator

8
25%

10

12

14

16

10

12

1
1

1
1
3(of which
one shall be a
Professor/Ass
oc Prof)

1
1

1
1

1
1

3 of which
one shall be a
Professor)

4 of which
one shall be a
Professor)

5 of which
one shall be a
Professor)

10% for the


rest
Lab. Assistant / Lab
Tech.
Stenographer/
Computer Operator
Store Keeper
*Curator of Museum

*Forensic
Medicine
100 Teaching
Hours

Professor / Assoc. /
Asstt. Prof.

[50 Theory +
50 Practical]

Demonstrator

For initial
inspectio
n 50% of
faculty is
required.

Required
Upto 101 to
150
Admissions

10% for the


rest
Lab. Technician /
Assistant
Stenographer/
Computer Operator

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For
subseque
nt
inspectio
n Total
Community
Medicine
300 Teaching
Hours
[150 Theory +
150 Practical]

For initial
inspectio
n 50% of
faculty is
required.
For
subseque
nt
inspectio
n Total
Marks for
Communit
y
Medicine
18

Store Keeper

Professor

1(25%)

Assoc. Prof

1(25%)

Asstt. Prof

1(20%)

Demonstrator

4(20%)

10% for
the rest
Medical Social
Worker (1M+1F)

Stenographer/
Computer Operator

Note
(1)

(2)

(3)

Keeping in view the dearth of qualified medical teachers in


basic sciences, MPhil holder is eligible for Professor till
2020, however, nobody will be promoted upwards without
PhD after this window period. Position shall be reviewed in
2020.
Full complement of the Department of Anatomy, Physiology
and Biochemistry, as per these regulations, shall be
demonstrated in the First Visit for recognition. 50% of the
rest of the faculty in each department shall be acceptable
for recognition. Full complement of all faculties shall be
demonstrated once the students reach third year and this
shall be verified by inspection. The 80% of the marks of the
faculty in the first inspection for recognition of a medical
college shall be dedicated to the basic sciences departments
of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry.
For Forensic Medicine additional Staff will be adjusted for
the department required to do Medico legal services/
postgraduate programs.

FACULTY AND STAFF REQUIREMENT FOR MBBS (CLINICAL SCIENCES)


Total Marks: 150
Department

Designation

Required
Upto 100
Admissions

Required
Upto 101 to
150
Admissions

30

Required Up 151
to 250
Admissions

Required Upto
251 to 300
Admissions

Required upto
301 to 350
Admissions

*Medicine &
Allied
800 Teaching
Hours
[300 Theory +
500 Clinical)

For initial
inspection
50% of
faculty is
required.
For
subsequen
t insp.

Professor

2(30%)

Associate Professor

2(30%)

Asstt. Professor

2(20%)

Senior Registrar

2(20%)

Resident/Medical
Officer

10

12

40 marks
*Surgery &
Allied
800 Teaching
Hours
[300 Theory +
500 Clinical)

For initial
inspection
50% of
faculty is
required.
For
subsequen
t insp.

Professor

2(30%)

Associate Professor

2(30%)

Asstt. Professor

2(20%)

Senior Registrar

2(20%)

Resident/Medical
Officer

10

12

Professor

2(30%)

Associate Professor

2(30%)

Asst. Professor

2(20%)

Sr. Registrar

2(20%)

Resident/ Medical
Officer

10

12

Professor

1(40%)

Associate / Asst.
Professor

1(35%)

Senior Registrar

1(25%)

10

12

Professor

1(40%)

Associate / Asst.
Professor

1(35%)

40 marks
*Obst. &
Gynae06
Faculty
Members with
at least 01
Professor [300
teaching
hours]

For initial
inspection
50% of
faculty is
required.
For
subsequen
t insp.
18 marks
*Eye
[100 teaching
hours]

For initial
inspection
50% of
faculty is
required.
For
subsequent
insp.

Resident/ Medical
Officer

10 marks
*E.N.T
[100 teaching
hours]

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Senior Registrar

For initial
inspection
50% of
faculty is
required.

1(25%)

10

12

Professor

1(30%)

Assoc. Prof.

1(30%)

Asst. Professor

1(20%)

Senior Registrar

1(20%)

Resident/ Medical
Officer

10

12

Professor

Assoc. Prof.

Asstt. Professor

Sr. Registrar

Resident/Registrar

10

Professor/Associate
Prof. / Asst. Prof.

Senior Registrar

Resident/ Medical
Officer

10

Professor/Associate
Prof. / Asst. Prof.

Senior Registrar

10

Resident/ Medical
Officer

Resident/ Medical
Officer

*Paediatric

[300 teaching
hours]

For initial
inspection
50% of
faculty is
required.
For
subsequent
insp.
17 marks

Orthopaedics
Calculated with
Surgery

*Psychiatry[100
teaching hours]
Behavorial
Sciences[50
teaching hours]
Calculated with
Medicine

*Dermatology
Calculated with
Medicine

Anesthesiology/Crit
ical Care
Calculate with
Surgery

Medical Education

07 marks

Professor

Assoc. Prof.

Asstt. Professor /
Sr. Registrar
Medical Officer /
Registrar
Director (20
Grade)
( MBBS with PhD)/
Joint Director
(MBBS with
Masters or pg
diploma in
education planning
and management)
Asst. Director
(MBBS with
Masters or pg
diploma in
education planning
and management)

Adjustable according to workload

01(70%)

02(30%)

02

01
01

01
01

01
01

02

01

01

01

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Radiology
(Diagnostic)

07 marks

Accident &
Emergency
Department (3-5
years window
period)

Professor

1(40%)

Assoc. Prof.

2(35%)

2(25%)

Asstt. Professor /
Sr. Registrar
Medical Officer /
Registrar
Prof/
Associate/Asst.
Professor
CMO
Radiographer

Adjustable according to workload


1

3 per shift

4 per shift

12

1 / shift

1 / shift

2 / shift

2 / shift

2 / shift

Note
Marks in different specialities are calculated according to the no. of
Teaching hours. % of marks to be given to different level of faculty
is mentioned is also mentioned. Subjects like Psychiatry and
Dermatology should be calcualated with Medicine and Subjects like
Orthopedics and Anaesthesia should be calculated with Surgery.
It is additional marks shall be given to Medical Education and
Radiology.
Doctors performing any duty after 2400hrs shall not be required to
come to duty before 1200hrs next day.
Optional Specialties: Units of Optional Sub-Specialties like Cardiology, Neurology,
Nephrology Neuro-Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Cardiac Surgery, Urology, Oncology,
Pulmonology, and Plastic Surgery etc. may be created in addition to the above specialties
in all teaching hospitals, provided properly qualified persons and facilities are available in
accordance with the Regulation of the PM&DC. Such specialty unit shall be under the
respective Head of the Department of Medicine, Surgery etc. for teaching purposes.
Recommendations for Ancillary staff for 100 MBBS admissions from surgery and
medicine shall be available as per need of workload. However, following staff is still
retained:
1. Medical Record Officer 01
5. Deputy Librarian 3 / 100 intake
2. Statistician 1 / 100 intake
6. Photographer 1 / 100 intake
3. Animal attendant for animal house
7. Audiovisual Technician 1 / lecture hall
4.Chief Librarian 01

8. Nutritionist (01)

Note: (1) There shall be minor OT available in casualty department (2) There shall be
also a blood bank with 24 hour service

68. FACULTY REQUIREMENT IN A DENTAL COLLEGE VIZ A VIZ


NUMBER OF ANNUAL ADMISSIONS*
(BASIC MEDICAL SUBJECTS)

Department

Designation

Required
Up to 50
Admission
s

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Required
Up 75-80
Admission
s

Required
Up 100
Admission
s

Professor/Assc
oc

Asstt. Prof

Demonstrator

Professor/Asso
c

108 Theory +
300 Practical]

Asstt. Prof

Demonstrator

Biochemistry

Professor/Asso
c

Asstt. Prof

Demonstrator

Professor/Asso
c

Asstt. Prof

Demonstrator

Professor

Associate /
Asstt. Professor

Demonstrator

Anatomy
108 Theory +
300 Practical]
Physiology

72 Theory +
150 Practical]
Pharmacolog
y
72 Theory +
250 Practical
hours

Pathology
72 Theory +
250 Practical
hours

There should be designated faculty for BDS students

FACULTY REQUIREMENT FOR BDS (CLINICAL SCIENCES)

Department
General
Medicine

Designation

Required
Up to 50
Admission
s

Required
Up to 75
-80Admissi
ons

Required
Up 100
Admission
s

Professor/Assoc/

Asstt. Professor

Senior Registrar

General Surgery

Professor/assosc/
Asstt. Professor

1
0

1
1

1
1

[72 Theory
+400 Clinical)

Senior Registrar

[72 Theory
+400 Clinical)

* above is designated/dedicted faculty required for BDS students

Sciences of Dental Materials and Dental Technology (Laboratory Techniques),


Oral Biology, Oral Pathology, Community / Preventive Dentistry.
Subject
Dental
Biomaterials

Staff Required
50
75
100
00
01
01

Designation
Professor/Associate
Professor

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10

& Dental
Technology
(Laboratory
Techniques)

Oral Biology

Oral
Pathology

Community /
Preventive
Dentistry

Assistant Professor/Sr.
Lecturer

01

01

02

05

Lecturer/Demonstrator

02

03

04

2.5

00

01

01

10

01

01

02

05

02

03

04

2.5

00

01

01

10

01

01

02

02

03

04

2.5

00

01

01

10

01

01

02

02

03

04

2.5

Professor/Associate
Professor
Assistant Professor/Sr.
Lecturer
Lecturer/Demonstrator
Professor/Associate
Professor
Assistant Professor/Sr.
Lecturer
Lecturer/Demonstrator
Professor/Associate
Professor
Assistant Professor/Sr.
Lecturer
Lecturer/Demonstrator

(Clinical Subjects)
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Operative/Restorative/Conservative Dentistry,
Prosthodontics, Orthodontics, Periodontology/ Oral Medicine.
Subject

Designation

Staff Required
50
75
100
01

Professor/
Associate Professor/
Oral &
Maxillofacial
Surgery

01

02

01

Assistant Professor
Senior registrar

01

01

Lecturer/Demon./Regist
rar

03

04

Professor
Operative / Associate Professor
Restorative / Assistant Professor
Conservative Sr. Registrar
Dentistry
Lecturer/Demon./Regist
rar

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01

01

02

01

01

03

04

02
05

01
01
01
02
05

Prosthodonti
cs

Periodontolo
gy

Oral
medicine

Orthodontics

Professor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
Sr. Registrar
Lecturer/Demon./Regist
rar
Professor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
Sr. Registrar
Lecturer/Demon./Regist
rar
Professor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
Sr. Registrar
Lecturer/Demon./Regist
rar
Professor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
Sr. Registrar
Lecturer/Demon./Regist
rar

01

02

01

01

03

04

01

02

01

01

03

04

01

02

01

01

03

04

01

02

01

01

03

04

01
01
01
02
05
01
01
01
02
05
01
01
01
02
05
01
01
01
02
05

Para-Medical Staff
Staff Required

Designation

50

75

100

Dental Surgery Assistants

25

35

50

Prosthetic Technician

01

02

03

Ceramic Technician

01

01

02

Orthodontics Technician

01

01

02

Laboratory Technicians (Oral


Biology, Oral Pathology, Community
Dentistry, Phantom Head
Laboratory)

04

04

06

Laboratory Assistants

10

15

20

Dental Radiographer

01

02

02

Dental Radiology Assistant

01

01

02

Store Keeper

01

01

01

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10

Store Assistant

02

02

02

11

CSSD Technician

01

01

02

12

CSSD Assistant

02

02

04

13

Photographer

01

01

01

14

Audiovisual Projectionists

01

01

02

15

Biomedical engineer/technician

01

02

03

Additional Space required:


50 Students

75 Students

100 Students

500 Sq ft

750 Sq ft

1000 Sq ft

500 Sq ft

750 Sq ft

1000 Sq ft

Ceramic Lab

200 Sq ft

250 Sq ft

250 Sq ft

Oral Biology Lab

400 Sq ft

650 Sq ft

800 Sq ft

Oral Pathology Lab

400 Sq ft

650 Sq ft

800 Sq ft

Dental Museum

250 Sq ft

250 Sq ft

250 Sq ft

Community Dent Lab

500 Sq ft

650 Sq ft

800 Sq ft

15 Stations

18 Stations

25 Stations

1.25x50 = 75
Units
Total space
required
100 Sq ft x 75
Units
= 7500 Sq ft

1.25x75 = 93.5
(rounded off to
100)
100 Sq ft x 100
Units = 10,000
Sq ft

1.25 x 125 Units


Total space
required
100 Sq ft x 125
= 12,500 Sq ft

Circulation Space
30%

2250

3000

4500

Additional Space

10,000 Sq ft

14,000 Sq ft

18,000 Sq ft

Preclinical Lab
(Prosthetic & Dental
Materials)
Prosthetic Lab
(Plaster Room,
Curing Room)

Phantom Head Lab


Dental chair unit
First visit 0.5x
Student
2nd visit 0.5xStudent
3rd visit 0.25x
student

Part XIII
Monitoring and inspection
69.

monitoring and visitation inspection schedules and de-recognizing


process and adjustment of students on closure of a college and
initiation of criminal cases against owners and compensation to
displaced students
1)
The Institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University
shall furnish such schedule of examination, reports, returns and

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2)
3)

4)

5)
6)

70.

other information as the PM&DC may require enabling it to judge


efficiency and effectiveness of the institution.
The monitoring and visitation of institution / constituent or affiliated
colleges to the University will be carried out by PM&DC inspectors
as and when deemed feasible by PM&DC.
The institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University
will abide by the laws of PM&DC with regard to recognition of
institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University
framed from time to time.
The PM&DC and Federal Ministry of Health have full powers to take
any action for derecognizing of an institution / constituent or
affiliated colleges to the University, if they are found deficient to the
prescribed criteria or if the institution hinders the PM&DC inspection
team. In doing so, the placement of students pursuing academic
courses will be the responsibility of the institution and shall be
overseen by the PM&DC.
The institution / constituent or affiliated colleges to the University
shall facilitate the inspectors of PM&DC during visitation and
verification of the institution .
The inspection of medical and dental institution / constituent or
affiliated colleges to the University shall be carried out according to
following schedule.The objectives for each visit are mentioned
below and the details are present in the forms.
ZERO VISIT
Shall be carried out on request of an institution
by a team nominated by the President. This team shall guide and
explain the minimum requirements as are laid down in these
regulations.

Visit 1
1st Comprehensive Inspection is for recognition of a new
college, prior to any admission of students.
(1)
Objectives: The inspectors shall carry out the inspection as per
this criterion and submit their report on the prescribed report form
for recognition or otherwise under the relevant section of the
Ordinance to the Executive committee. In this first visit for
recognition, the institution shall be expected to have the full
minimum complement of faculty in Anatomy, Physiology and
biochemistry and at least half of the faculty in other subjects and
150 beds. The 80% of the marks of the faculty in the first inspection
for recognition of a medical college shall be dedicated to the basic
sciences departments of Anatomy, Physiology and biochemistry. In
addition to ascertaining the fulfillment of this criterion, the
inspectors are required to comment on:

71.

1. Suitability of the venue for educational purposes.


2. Availability of all necessary infrastructure and physical
facilities needed during the first professional studies.
3. Presence of needed educational resources.
4. Recruitment of appropriate and adequate registered
teaching faculty.
5. Availability of written curriculum.
6. Adequacy and source of funds.
7. Procedure for financial accountability.

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72.

Visit 2

8. Attached teaching functional hospital and its bed


strength.
9. The physical structure of the departments of 2 nd, 3rd and
final professional subject.
For 3rd year Facilities.
The Inspection team shall look into the;
1. Availability of all necessary infrastructure and physical
facilities needed during the second professional in the
medical and dental college as well as affiliated teaching
hospital.
2. Adequacy of clinical training opportunities including
workload, case mix on the hospitals.
3. Availability of required full clinical faculty and beds.
4. Presence of needed educational resources.
5. Recruitment of appropriate and adequate teaching
faculty.
6. Availability of written training program with objectives,
syllabus, teaching methods and assessment program.

73 Visit 3 Comprehensive Inspection before final professional


examination. The inspection team shall look into

MBBS

1. Availability of all necessary infrastructure and


physical facilities in the medical and dental
college as well as affiliated teaching hospital.
2. Adequacy of clinical training opportunities
including workload, case mix.
3. Availability of required clinical faculty.
4. Presence of needed educational resources.
5. Recruitment of appropriate and adequate
teaching faculty.
6. Availability of written training program with
objectives, syllabus, teaching methods and
assessment program.
74. Subsequent Visits Subsequent comprehensive inspections shall be
after every five years and any or all examinations can be inspected.
Visits to verify rectification of deficiencies can be held, but not before
two weeks of the last inspection and preferably by the same team
which visited earlier. Reason for change in team including non
availability of inspector shall be recorded in writing and endorsed by
the President.
75. All recognised institutions shall send a written request for inspection
atleast two weeks before holding of each examination. The Council
shall take further necessary action.
76.
At any stage of inspection if it is felt that the institution does not
fulfill the requirements, recommendation for closure will be forwarded
by the inspectors via Executive Committee to the Council who may
forward it to Minister of Health, Federal Government.

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PART - XIV
77.

APPLICATION FORM FOR RECOGNITION/DATA SHEET

To
The Secretary Health
Ministry of Health
Government of Pakistan
Block C, Pakistan Secretariat
Islamabad
Pakistan
Subject

APPLICATION FORM FOR RECOGNITION OF THE


INSTITUTION UNDER THE PM&DC ORDINANCE 1962

It is requested that the institution may be granted recognition under


the PM&DC ordinance 1962. The following is the information about the
institution. You are requested to send this application to the Pakistan Medical
and Dental Council for necessary action in terms of the PM&DC Ordinance
1962 and take all further actions as mandated under the law.
1.

NAME / ADDRESS OF THE INSTITUTE:


(a)

Date of Establishment

(b)

Organizational / governance structure with names

(c)

facility (fulltime or part time/ Contract) (Attach Details)

(d)

Ownership (attach evidence)


(1)
Government
(2)
Semi-government
(3)
Private (Please Specify):

(e)

Funding Authority (attach evidence)


(1)
Government
(2)
Private
(3)
Any other source of funding

(f)

Audit Authority
(1)
Government
(2)
Private

(g)

Guarantors Name for Protection of public money. (Govt. or Private)


(attach evidence)

(h)

Date of last inspection of the College if any:

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(i)

Proposed date of inspection:

(j)

Present Status of the College:

(k)
of :

Details of

improvements made since last inspection) in terms

Human Resources:
Infrastructure:
Facilities:
Academic:
Co-Curricular:

2.

ADMISSION CRITERIA
(All Merit/ Merit plus Quota)
If merit plus quota, state no. of Quota Seats intended:
Weightage assigned to:
(a)
Matric/O Levels
(b)

Intermediate/A Levels

(c)

Admission Test

(d)

Interview

(e)

Any Other Criteria

(f)

Criteria for Foreigners

(g)
supplied)
3.

Examination system (regulations of the institution /university be

IMPLEMENTATION OF PM&DC CURRICULUM


(a)
Attach detailed implementation strategy of the PM&DC
curriculum from 1st to Final professional (as per PMDC
regulations)

(b)
Indicate study hours/semester hours of each subject from 1st to
Final professional (as per PM&DC guidelines)

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4.

5.

SPACE
(attach details)
(a)

Ownership Type (Owned/Leased)

(b)

Plane of Academic Blocks

(c)

Site Characteristics and Availability to external linkages: ( Height,


Road Access, Public Transport, Electric and water supply and
Communication facilities)

(d)

Total Area

(e)

Covered Area

INFRASTRUCTURE
(a)
No of Academic Blocks
(1)

No. of lecture halls with their size and seating capacity

(b)

(2)
No. of faculty rooms and their size
(3)
Auditorium facility and no, of seats
No of Dissection Halls with size

(c)

No of Demonstration Rooms

(d)

Bone Bank

(e)

Cafeteria

(f)

Common rooms ( for Girls/ for Boys)

(g)

Laboratories
(1)
Physiology
(2)
(3)

Pharmacology

(4)

Biochemistry

(5)

Pathology

(6)
(h)

Histology

Any Other

Museums
(1)
Anatomy

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(i)

(2)

Pharmacology

(3)

Pathology

(4)

Forensic Medicine

(5)

Community Medicine

Library (Attach details)


(1)
Library Staff
Faculty Library
Student Library

(2)
No of Books (Attach list with the quantity of books and
edition/journals/
periodicals)
(1)
Basic Science (Text)
(2)

Clinical (Text)

(3)

Reference

(4) Periodicals and Journals


(a)
National
(b)

International

(5) Internet Facility (Attach details)

6.

(6)

Medicals CDs

(7)

Access to Information Technology:

(8)

Photography / provision of Audiovisual Aids


( State details of the use in teaching context)

FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND ITS DISTRIBUTION


Bank statements showing that the financial credential of the applicant.
The body must show Rs. 20 million in current
endowment fund.

7.

assets and 10 million in

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS
(a)
General
(b)
(c)
(d)

Affiliation with the university of the province (Attach copy)


Charter of the university (Attach copy)
Affiliation agreement with the teaching hospitals

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(e)
(f)

8.

Ownership documents
Any Other

FACULTY and Staff


Teaching staff
Requirement of the teaching faculty in a medical and dental college
and number of beds in attached teaching hospital including ancillary
staff.

Department

Designation

Staff
Require
d

Availabl
e

Remarks
/
Deficien
cy

QUALIFICATIONS
Statement Showing the Qualifications & Experiences of Doctors/
Specialists and Teaching Staff (attach complete list)
PM&D
C
Registr
ation
No..

Name

Designation

Qualificatio
ns

PM&DC
Faculty
Registra
tion No.

Teachin
g
Experie
nce

Status
(P//C)

Statement Showing the Qualifications & Experiences of


Administrators/Paramedical / ancillary staff
S.
No
.

Name of
Employee

Designation

P
C

=
=

ATTACHED HOSPITAL
NAME

Qualificatio
ns

Permanent/Regular
Contract

Total Number of beds

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Experience

Status
(P//C)

Department

No.of Beds

Remarks

A ration of minimum of 5 beds to a student be maintained in medical


colleges
10.

EQUIPMENT / MACHINERY STATEMENT


List of Equipment / Machinery (attach list department-wise) compare
with annexure A and use Annexure A2
S.
N
o.

Nomenclature

A/U

FOR HOSPITALS HAVING


BEDS
Up to
Optiona Remark
100
l
s

11.

Transport facilities

a.

Students__________________________________________________________

b.

Teachers __________________________________________________________

c.

Other Staff_________________________________________________________

12.

Hostels:a.

General Description
(1). For Boys ( Capacity)______________________________________
(2). For Girls ( Capacity)______________________________________

b.

Messing

c.

Recreational Facilities
(1). Play ground______________________________________________

13.

(2). Indoor facilities___________________________________________


Co-curriculum activities available in the college
1.
2.

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14.

3.
FEE STRUCTURE
( Attach Details of all type of payment received including tuition,
examination, donation or hostel, transport or any other)

CERTIFICATE
The institution fulfills the criteria and requirements as laid down by the
PM&DC for establishment and recognition of the institution, I have been
empowered by the governing body of this institution to sign this application. I
accept full responsibility for the above stated facts and I am fully aware of
the PM&DC requirements and all related rules and regulations and in case of
violation of any PM&DC rule the governing body members and me shall be
liable for legal proceedings.

SIGNATURE

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Checklist of Documents required with this application


1. Evidence of ownership or 33-year lease for land.
2. Consent
letter
from
University
having
legal
authority
(Federal/Provincial) that it will grant affiliation if college gets
recognition under PM&DC Ordinance.
3. Bank statements showing that the financial credential of the applicant.
The body must show Rs. 20 million in current assets and 10 million in
endowment fund.
4. Letter from the applicant that students will not be admitted until
applicant gets NOC from PM&DC.
5. Design for college and hospital building according to laid down
specification from a certified Architect. Maps of the site and buildings
certified by the Architect and Building Control Authority, that buildings
are constructed according to specification certified earlier.
6. Copy of the Registered Deed along with Memorandum of the
Association of the corporate body (Company Ordinance / Societies /
Trust).
7. Undertaking that transfer of ownership of private institution will not
take place after recognition without prior approval of PM&DC.
8. Library: Inventory list of Books and Journals verified by inventory of
books and receipts; proof of internet connectivity & purchase of
required number of computers.
9. Equipment: Verified inventory of necessary equipment, for college &
Hospital.
10.
Hospital: Certificate of the body that 50% beds of the hospital
have started functioning.
11.
That the Institution / constituent or affiliated College of University
shall submit the detail of available teaching staff with documentary
evidence of their appointment letter and agreement letter, Income Tax
deduction certificate, resignation letter from the place of previous
appointment.
(if any)
12.

Faculty registration certificates issued by the PM&DC.

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PART XV
78. LIST OF MINIMUM EQUIPMENT (MBBS)

DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY
Description

Anatomy
Dissection Hall
Mortuary
Refrigerator for 6
capacity of human
corpse
Cadavers
Cadaver Tables
Appropriate
dissecting
instruments for 6
cadaver
Stools
HISTOLOGY
LABORATORY
Binocular
Microscope(I
Microscope for 2
students)
Slide projecting
microscope
Refrigerator Large
Computer with
internet facility
Scanner
Color Laser Printer
Stools
ANATOMY MUSEUM
A.Models
Torso
Upper Limb
Lower Limb
Head & Neck
Special Senses

For
100
studen
ts

Min
Required
Quantity For
101 to 150
Students

Min Required
Quantity For
151 t0 250
Students

Min
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300
Students

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Students

1
optio
nal

1
1
optiona optional
l

1
option
al

Mortuar
y
Refriger
ator for
8
7

10

10

10

10

12

25

30

35

40

1
2

1
2

1
3

2
3

2
3

1
1
30

1
1

1
1

2
2

2
2

1
1
1
1
1

2
4
4
3
2

3
4
4
5
3

3
8
8
6
5

5
10
10
7
6

2
Optio
nal
6
optio
nal
8
optio
nal
50
15

48

Brain
Histology modelsEvery System.
Embryology
Models-Every
System
Loose Bones
(Human)
Articulated
Skeleton
Articulated
Vertebral Column
Anatomical
Charts-Every
System
Cross sectional body
ANATOMY CDS
Histology Slides
set
Embryology Slides
Set
Neuro-anatomy
Slides
TEACHING AIDS
A) Teaching
B) Slide Projector
C)Overhead
projector
D)Multimedia
E)White Boards
F)Projection
Microscope
/Fascam

1
0

3
1

5
3

6
4

7
4

150

250

300

350

1
Any
no.
3

1
2

1
2

2
4

2
4

2
4

1
5
1

2
6
1

3
8
2

3
8
3

4
10
3

100

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
PHYSIOLOGY
Sphygmomanometer
Microscope Binocular
Haemocytometer
Hemoglobin meter
Spectrophotometer
Perimenter Complete
ESR Pipette
Percussion Hammers
Oxygen Cylinders
Thermometer Clinical
Stop watch

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Students

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Quantity For 101
to 150 Students

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250 Students

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251 to 300
Students

15
10
20
15
1
10
25
20
2
50
15

25
15
30
25
1
15
35
30
2
75
25

50
25
50
35
2
25
60
50
3
125
35

75
30
60
40
2
30
75
60
3
150
40

49

Q
t

Tunning Foreps 100Hz


Sudents Kymograph
ECG Machines
Centrifuge laboratory
Microhaematocrit regular
Microhaeamatcrict
centrifuge
Vision E type
Ishahara Chart
Vital graph compact.
Weighing machine
Stethoscope
PH meter clinical
Balance Analytical
Oven electric with
Thermostat
Students spirometer
Frogs Baord (Trays SS12s
10,Trays,ELI 10, Dissecting
forceps and plain scissors
Data acquisition system
(power lab)
Tred mill
Finger pulse oximeter

15
5
1
1
5

25
8
2
2
8

35
13
3
3
10

40
15
4
4
12

5
5
1
2
20
1
1

5
10
1
2
25
1
2

5
15
2
3
30
2
2

5
25
2
3
35
2
3

10

10

10

10

1
1

2
1

3
2

4
2

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY
PHARMACOLOLGY
& THERAPEUTICS
Organ Bath
Oxygen Clinders
and Regulators
Animal Operation
Tables
Respirators
Kymoraphs (2
channels)
Polygraphs
complete (Two
channels)
Audiovisual
facility and
experimental CDs
of Pharmacology
practicals.
Experimental
Animal including
Rabbits Forges,
Guinea, Pigs and

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Students

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Students

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5
3

5
3

10
6

10
7

10
8

10

15

300

350

100
animal/
year

150

50

250

Dogs
Freezer 14
Electronic Balance
BP apparatus.
Stethoscope
Torches
Scissors

1
1
5
5
15
15

1
1
5
5
15
15

3
3
10
10
25
25

3
4
15
15
30
30

3
4
20
20
30
30

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY
PATHOLOGOY.

Stain dropping
bottles(250 ml)
Wash
bottle(500ml)
Staining rack
adjustable
Hot air
oven(medium)
Refrigerator 14cf
Deep freezer 40 c
Deep freezer 20 c
Water Bath with
stirrer,temperatur
e control and
display
Microscope
binocular
Microscope multie
head(5 place)
Glass beaker
(Pyrex) 100 ml
graduated
Glass beaker
(Pyrex) 500 ml
graduated
Glass cylinder
(Pyrex) 500 ml
graduated
Flask conical
glass(Pyrex)
graduate
Water still
Incubator 37 c
large
Floating bath
Staining jars
Automatic tissue
processor
Embedding station

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Required
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Students

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Required
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Students

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151 t0 250
Students

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300
Students

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Students

10

12

10

12

10

12

2
1

2
1

2
1

2
1

2
1

16

20

25

30

4
1

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1

4
2

4
2

4
2

1
25
1

1
30
1

1
35
1

1
40
1

15
1

1
20
1
1

51

Personal computer
Computer printer
as per load

I for
each
staff
Member
I for
each
staff
Member

Water Bath
electric
Paraffin
embedding bath
Oven-wax
embedding ( 100
c)
Microtome
Knife sharpener
Incubator large
Photomicrography
microscope

1.
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1.

DEPARTMENT OF Biochemistry
BIOCHEMISTRY

Supertonic 20
PH meter clinical
Photometer
Analytical
Incubator Large
Size
water
Distillation(Operat
ion China 10 Lit)
Water Bath
Electric
Electronic Balance
Stop Watch
Hot Box Oven
Thermal cycler
Electrophoresis
Glucometers

1.
2.
3.

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Quantity For
100 Students

Min
Required
Quantity For
101 to 150
Students

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Quantity For
151 t0 250
Students

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Required
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300
Students

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301 to 350
Students

2
2
1

2
3
1

3
5
2

4
6
2

4
6
2

1
5
1

1
6
1
1
1
3

2
8
2
2
2
5

3
8
2
3
3
5

3
8
2
3
3
5

1
1
2

RADIOLOGY
X-ray machine mobile 100 mA
X-ray machine Radiographic 200
mA(mobile unit)for post op wards/ITC
X-ray machine Radiographic 300 mA/500
mA(30KW Generator) and vertical bucky
chest stand

52

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30
31.
32.

X-ray dedicated chest unit


X-ray apparatus readiographic and
fluoroscopic 500 mA (50 KW Generator or
more)with image intesifier two tube
system with vertical bucky stand
X-ray App(65 KW Generator) with
radiographic, image intensifier
fluoroscopy, tomography and vertical
bucky stand and accessories
Conventional mammography x-ray unit
Digital colour Doppler ultrasonographic
machine with multi frequency 3.5MHz
sector, 7.5 MHz linear and 5.0 MHz convex
probes,Endo-cavitary probe and UPS
Ultra-sonographic machine with multi
frequency 3.5 MHz sector, 7.5 linear and
5.0 MHz convex probes, Endo-cavitary
probe and UPS with facilities of color
Doppler imaging.
Portable ultrasongraphic machine with
multi frequency 3.5 MHz convex probe
printer
Whole body CT scan unit(single slicesprial)
Magentic resonance imaging unit(1.5
Tesla/permanent magnet system)
Automatic processors light duty
Automatic processor heavy duty
Cassette Radiographic film medical size
38.10 x 30.48 cm (15x12).
Cassette(14x14)
Cassette Radiographic Film medical size
30.48 x25 cm (12x10)
Cassette radiographic film medical size
25.4 x 20.32 cm (10x8)
Cassette radiographic film medical
size(14x17_)
Intensifying screen for cassettes 15x12
Intensifying screen for cassettes 14x14
Intensifying screen for cassettes 12x10
Intensifying screen for cassettes10x 8
Intensifying screen for cassettes 14x17
Processing Tank for manual development
of films including developer ,water and
fixer tanks(set)
Rod string vulcanite developing solution
round
Rod string vulcanite solution hexagonal
solution
Bracket x-ray film hanger
Hanger x-ray film 38.1 x 30.48 cm
Hanger x-ray film 30.48 x 25.40
Hanger x-ray film 25.40 20.32 cm
Hanger x-ray film 35.56 35.56 cm

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63.
64.
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66.
67.
68.
69.

Hanger x-ray film dental


Heater immersion electric 220/240V AC
50/50 Hz 500 w
Safe light dark photographic 25.4 x 2032
cm
Mount radiographic film dental 16 film size
Brush camel hair
Caliper patient thickness
Rubber sheet lead impregnated x-ray
protective 91.44 x 6096 cm
Rubber sheet lead impregnated x-ray
protective 43.18x30.48x0.32 cm in
plywood reinforced
Rubber sheet lead impregnated x-ray
protective 30.48 x3032 x 0.32 cm O/A
plywood reinforced
Lead apron x-ray protective
Goggles protective filed (lead Goggles)
Goggles darkness adaptation
Marker set x-ray film identification A-Z
Maker set x-ray film identification
L&R
X-ray photocopier machine
Maker set x-ray film identification 0-9
Box storage cassettes and radiographic
film lead lined dimension-External
60.95.cm x 35.36.cm x 55.88.cm-internal
55.88 cm x 30.48cm x 4826cm
Viewer x-ray film
Gloves lead rubber with gauntlets
Grid refine(stationary)
Lamp filament
Ruler transparent 45.5cm
Thermometer developing
Emergency oxygen cylinder with ventilator
support and endotracheal tubes
Drier x-ray film fixed type
X-ray apparatus radiographic medical
mass miniature 100 mA 125KVA 220/380V
50/60 Hz fitted odelca camera 70 mm
Image Intensifier
Fluoroscopy
Echocardography with color Doppler
OPHTHALMOLOGY.
Autorefracto/Keratometer
Ultrasound A-scan bio-meter
Ultrasound B-scan
Keratometer(Manual)
Application Tonometer Perkins (Hand
held)
Phacoemulsificatoin unit
Slitlamp biomicroscope with applanation
tonometer
Autolensometer

54

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1`
1
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1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1.
1
1
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2
1
1
1
1
1
1.

1.
1.
1
1
1
1

1
3

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71.
72.
73.
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75.
76.
77

80.

Lensometer manual
Operating microscope
Indirect ophthalmoscope
Direct ophthalmoscope
Retinoscope
Tiral lens set with trial frame
Prism bars (Horizontal & vertical)
Manual visual field analyzer Bjerrum
screen)
Hess screen
Electrosurgical diathermy unit
(unipolar /Biploar)
Portable surgical lights

1.

REHABILITATION MEDICINE
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Spinal standup frame for adults

1.

2.

Spinal standup frame for adults

3.

Shoulder wheel

4.

Wheel chair

1.

5.

Adjustable table

6.

A.D.L. board

7.

Adaptive feeding utensils

8.

Abductor bench

9.

Scooter board

78.
79.

10.

Vestibular board

11.

Walker adjustable

12.

Sanding board(shoulder Exs)

13.

Posting box activity for wrist flexion /Ext.

14.

Digi flex(for fingers Exs)

15.

Foot steps for Gait training

16.

Exs board

17.

Foam wedges

18.

CP chair

2
1
1.
5
3
3.
3
1
1.

PHYSIOTHERAPY

55

1.

Thera Med Infra Red Lamp(luminous)

1.

2.

Thera Med Infra Red Lamp(Non-luminous)

1.

3.

4.

Apparatus Ultrasound and Therapy(ITO


Japan-Us-700
Short wave(ITO-180)

5.

Neuroton

1.

6.

Paraffin Bath

7.
8.

Nomiectrodyne 7 interferential therapy


unit
Cycle exercise stationary

9.

Rehabilitation tread mill

1.

10. Motorized cervical and lumbar traction


machine
11. Laser therapy unit
12. CPM machine(knee)
13. TENS-single channel Japan

14. TENS-dual channel japan

15. Heart rate monitor


16. Ball medicine set of 5

17. Exercise spring Pull

18. Grip hand spring

1.

19. Lifter patient hydraulic


20. Spirometer dry pocket size
21. Detachable parallel bar 6 meter
22. Detachable parallel bar 4 meter

23. Penumatic tilt table

24. Quadriceps bench

1.

25. Air Gym mats

1.

26. Exercise stairs

27. Combined wrist roller

1.

56

28. Mobile posture mirror

1.

29. Vigrometer
30. Goniometer
31. Wobble board
32. Rocker board
33. Equipment trolley
34. Gulcometer
35. Weighing machine

1.

36. Adult wheel chair

1.

37. Paediatric wheel chair

1.

38. Myotrac EMG Bio Feed back


39. Height adjustable crawler
40. Arm walking stick

2.

41. Walking aid 3x4 leg

42. Heart Rate monitor


43. Multi gym
44. Dumble set 2 kg

45. Dumble set 3 kg

46. Dumble set 1 kg

47. Finger Dexterity test


48. Tweezer Dexterity test
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

ELECTRO DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENTS


NCS/EMG machine
Urodyanamic unit
SPEECH THERAPY
Speech trainers
Sound indicators for all nasal and back
sound +fricatives
Fundamental frequency indicator
Nasality indicator
Spirometer

57

6.

3.

Software for voice therapy


PSYCHOTHERAPY
Manifest anxiety scates
Beck Depressive inventory
Wechsia intelligence scale for
children(wise-R)
Wechcles Adult intelligence scale for
memory
Wechcles memory scale intelligence
perception O week eye fight
CAT (children appreciation test)
Childhood autism rating scale
Luria nebraskes neuropsychological
battery
Colonies maturity scale
16 PF.
INDOOR
Turning/tilting bed MK-II
Beds
SURGERY
Basic standard surgical sets
Thoracic surgical set
Vascular set
Plastic surg set
Paed surg sets
Comed Surg diathermy multi pupose
High Pressure Autoclave(Table Type)
Fibreoptic colonoscope (diagnostic &
therapeutic)
Flexible sigmoidoscope with biopsy and
Cautery set.
Laparascopic surgical set complete
Microsurgical instrument set with
sterilizing box
Transurethral Resection of prostate
Resectoscopic set
Cystoscope(Diagnostic & Therapeutic)
Fibreoptic oesophagoscope
Fibreoptic Fireoptic Bronchoscope
Portable x-ray machine,operation table
and radiographic film cassette facilities
e.g for per operative cholangiogram.
Image intensifier with C-Arm and double
monitors
ORTHOPAEDICS
Arthroscope complete diagnostic and
therapeutic with shaver system
AO set-3.5 mm instrument and implants
set
AO set-4.5 mm instrument set

4.

AO set 4.5mm implant set

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

1.
2.

8
1
1
1
1
1
1.
1
1
1
1
1.
1.
1
1

1
1
1

58

5.

AO set DHS/DCS set

6.

A O set Mini fragment set

7.

AO set-Pelvic set

8.

AO set-Universal spinal surgery set

9.

AO set cannulated screw wet

10.

External fixator set

11.

12.

Pneumatic drill system


(saw,cannulated,drill)
C-arm (Image intensifier)

13.

Fracture table

14.

Flexible reamer set

15.

Iliarov set.

16.

K wire set

1.

17.

Osteotome set

18.

Retractor & Bone holding forceps set

19.

Set for Austin moore instrumentation

ENT
1.

ENT unit

2.

OPD instrument set

20

3.

Auroscope

4.

Microscope for outdoor

5.

Microscope for O.T

6.

Rigit endoscopes with all accessories

7.

Audiometer

8.

Impedance Audiometer

9.

BERA

10.

Minor OT dressing/Examination set

11.

General Set for OT

59

12.

15.

Microscope instrument set for


maxioidectormy
Microscope instrument set for
Tympanoplasty
Microcope instrument set for
Stapedectomy.
Set for SMR

16.

Set for tonsillectomy

17.

Set for Rhinoplasty

18.

CO2 Laser

19.

Set for FESS

20.

Air Drill with all accessories.

13.
14.

2.

MEDICINE
Dc defibrillator(Cardiolite)
ECG machine Cardio fax(Trippal Channel)
Viedo Endoscopic System CV-100 and CLVU20
Set for Endoscopes(Gastrocope)CF130(Colonoscope).JF-130(doudenoscope)
Trolley for Endoscopes(Pak made)
Echo Cardiography 2D with color doppler
ETT machine
Nebulizer complete
PAEDIATRICS
Weighing scales older childred infant
neonate
Height/length measuring scale

3.

Ultrasonic Nebulizer

4.

Infant Ventilator

5.

Neonatal Ventilator

6.

Dinamap

7.

Pulse Oximeter

8.

Fibreoptic Paediatric Upper G.I Endoscope

9.

Infusion Pump

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1.

10.

Transport Tnucbators

11.

Neonatal Resuscitatire

12.

Oxygen Analyzer

3.

1.
1
4
1
1
2

3.

60

13.

Low Grade Suction Apparatus

2.

14.

Neonatal Vital SignsMonitor

15.

Resucitator,Infant/Child,manual

1.

16.
17.

Suction machine,dual operation with


tubes.
Otoscope,with infant diagnostic head

18.

Forceps,splinter/repilation,spring type

19.

Speculum,nasal,child size

1.

20.

Scale infant

1.

21.

Height measuring unit,infant

22.

Thermometer,armpit

2.

OBS &GYNAE
Ultrasound with linear,vaginal,section
probes and puncture
Hysteroscope

3.

Colposcope

4.

Laproscope

5.

Delivery table

6.

Examination table

7.

Sphygmomanometer

8.

Baby weighing scale

9.

Fetal stethoscopes /Fetoscope

10.

Instrument Sterilizer

11.

Spring dressing forceps(stainless steel)

12.

Kidney basins(stainless steel)

13.

Sponge bowls(stainless steel)

14.

Clinical oral thermometer (dual Celsius


/Fahrenheit scale)
Low reading thermometer (dual
Celsius/Fahrenheit scale)
Surgeons hand bush with white nylon
bristles
Heat source

10

1.

15.
16.
17.

61

2
6
1

18.

Syringes and needles

19.

Suture needles and suture material

20.

Urinary catheters

21.

Adult ventilator bag and mask

22.

Mouth gag

23.

Surgical gloves

24.

Scissor(different sizes)

100 of each
size
50

25.

delivery pack

26.

Artery forceps(1)

27.

Cord-cutting/blunt-ended scissors(1)

28.

Cord ties(2)

29.

Gloves(2 pairs)

30.

Plastic sheeting(1)

31.

Gauze Swabs(4)

32.

Cloth(1)

33.

Perineal /Veginal/Cervical Repair pack

34.

Sponge forceps(1)

35.

Artery Forceps Large(1) Small()

36.

Needles holder(1)

37.

Stitch scisors(1)

38.

Dissecting forceps,toothed(1)

39.

Vaginal speculum ,large(sims)(1)

40.
41.

Vaginal speculum (Hamilton Bailey(1).----type


Neonatal resuscitation pack

42.

Mucus extractor(1)

43.

Infant face mask(2 different sizes)

44.

Ventilatory Bag(1)

45.

Suction catheter Ch 12(2)

46.

Suction catheter Ch 10(2)

62

1 box for each


size
2 box for each
size
6 of each size

47.
48.
49.

Infant laryngoscope with spare bulb and


batteries (1)
Endotracheal tubes 3.5(1)+ size 2.5

50.

Suction apparatus foot or electrically


operated
Insertion and Removal of IUD Pack

51.

Bivalve speculum

52.

Small(1)

53.

Medium(1)

54.

Large(1)

55.

Sponge forceps(1)

56.

Uterine sound(1)

57.

Vulsellum forceps(1)

58.

Dressing forceps(1)

59.

Equipment for vacuum extraction of


forceps delivery
Vacuum extractor

60.
61.
62.

Obstetrics forceps, outlet, mid cavity


breach
Basic Equipment for Uterine Evacuation

63.

Vaginal speculum (sims) (1)

64.
65.

Sponge (ring) forceps or uterine packing


forceps(1)
Single tooth tenaculum foreceps(1)

66.

Long dressing forceps(1)

67.

Uterine dilators,size 13-27 (French) 1-set.

68.
69.

Sharp and blunt uterine curettes, size o or


00(1)
Malleable metal sound(1)

70.

Manual vacuum aspiration

71.

Basic uterine evacuation instruments PLUS

72.

Vacuum syringes(single or double value)

73.

Silicone lubricant

74.

Adapters

75.

Flexible cannulae ,size 4 to 12 mm

63

2+2
2

76.
77.

Vaccum aspiration with electric pump


basic uterine evacuation + hand pump
Vacuum pump with extra glass bottles

78.

Connecting tubing

79.

81.

Cannulae (any of the following) Flexible,


5,6,7,8,9,10 mm.
Curved rigid 7,8,9,10,11,12,14 mm
Straight right, 7.8.9.10.11.12. mm
Equipment for insertions and removals of
contraceptive sub dermal implants
Trocar with plunger No 10

82.

Dissecting forceps

83.

Tweezers

84.

Minikan for delivery(teaching)

1.

MINOR OPERATION THEATRE


Dressing set

10

2.

Stainless steel box, 17x7x3 cm

3.
4.

Surgical scissor, straight sharp/blunt , 1214 cm


Kocher forceps,no teeth, straight 12-14 cm

5.

Dissecting forceps, no teeth, 12-14 cm

6.

Abscess/suture set

7.

Stainless steel box , 22x10x5 cm

8.

Dissecting forceps with teeth straight, 1214 cm


Kocher forceps straight, 12-14 cm

80.

9.

10

10.

Pean forceps, straight 144 cm

11.
12.

Surgical scissor, curved, sharp/blunt 12-14


cm
Probe 14-16 cm

13.

May hegar Needle holder, 18 cm

14.

Scalpel handle,No.4

1.

BASIC SURGERY SETS IN MAIN OPERATION


THEATRE
Stainless steel box, 25 x 10 x 5x5 cm

64

10

2.

Sterilizer boiling type

3.

Scalpel Handle, No 4.

4.

May-hegar needle holder, 18 cm

5.

Surgical scissor, Mayo curved 14 cm

6.

Surgical dissecting scissors, metzembaum,


curved, 14 cm
Farabeuf retractor, short

7.
8.

10.

Artery forceps, Halstead,no teeth, curve,


12 cm
Kocher forceps, with teeth, straight,
hemostatic, 14 cm
Probe, 14,5 cm

11.

Dissecting forceps with teeth 14 cm

12.

Dissecting forcepts no teeth 14 cm

13.

Haemostatic forceps (chaput) 14 cm

14.

Haemostatic forceps(collin), 16 cm

15.

Towel clips(backaus) 10cm

16.

Galipot , 8 cm

9.

1.

OUT PATIENT CONSULTATON/MEDICINE


Diagnostics

2.

Stethoscope, adult

1.

3.

Stethoscope, fetal

4.

Sphygmomanometer

5.

Thermometer, oral/rectal/armpit

6.

Tongue depressor

Box

7.

Light source, Battery tuype

8.

Tape measure, flexible type

9.

10.

Vision testing chart, snellen


alphabet/illiterate
Hammer, reflex testing, solid, rubber head

11.

Head mirror, adjustable, head band

65

12.

Mirror, larygeal set

1.

13.

Otoscope set basic for clinic

1.

14.

Pelvimeter, Collyer, external

15.

Speculum, nasal(child/adult)

16.

17.

Scale,spring, ,baby,child, adult 5 kg


capacity
Scale, adult

18.

Examination table

19.

Forceps,splinter/epilation spring type

20.

Scissors, surgical straight (145 mm)

21.

Touniquet

22.

Splints leg and arm

23.

Reusable Rubber gloves

24.

Disposable gloves

25.

Catheters, rubber

26.

Emergency

27.

Stretcher, folding type

28.

Ambu bags, infant adult with mask

29.

Laryngoscope

30.

Speculum, nasal, child size

31.

Forceps,splinter/epilation, spring type

32.

33.

Suction machine(foot electrically


operated)
Syringes and needles

34.

Examination gloves,reusable

Box

35.

Optional

36.

Oropharyngeal airway

1 of each size

37.

Endotrachael tube with cuffs(8 mm and 10


mm)
Intubating forceps(Magill)

38.

66

Box

39.

1.

Endotracheal tube connectors (3 of each


tube size
DERMATOLOGY
Electrocautry machine

2.

Minifying glass with flouresent lamp

3.

Wood lamps

4.

PUVA machine

5.

UVB machine

6.

Liquid nitrogen cylinder for cryo

7.

Microscope with accessories

8.

Biopsy set

9.

Lonotophersis machine

10.

OT & ITC ANAESTHESIA

11.

Portable x-ray machine

12.

Portable USG machine

13.

Oximeters(pulp)

14.

Oxy-meters

15.

Normocap/Capnograph

16.

Vital sign monitor

17.

Dfbrillator

18.

Diathermy machine

19.

Infusion pumps

20.

Operation table

21.

Suction apparatus

22.

Laryngo-scope

23.

Anaesthesia ventilator

24.

ICU Ventilator

25.

Vital sign monitor

67

26.

Image intensifier

27.

Portable x-ray machine

28.

Gluco meters

29.

Sphygomomanometer

30.

Laproscope

31.

Baby weighing machine

32.

Infant transport incubator

33.

Anaesth Gas Analyser (gas/8-51)

34.

CFM/CFAM for operation theatres

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

BASIC MINIMUM DENTAL EQUIPMENT


Examination set
Mouth Mirror (2)
Dental cartridge syringe for anesthesia( 2)
Tweezer ,cotton wool (2)
Instruments Trays, 15 x10 c,(4)
Mug for rinsing s.s(2)
Tray with bids for keeping sterile inst, s.s
40x30 cm
Emergency extraction
Dental cartridge syring for anesthesia(2)
Extraction forceps (set of 8)
Upper teeth 2x left, 2x right, 1x aneterior
Lower teeth: 1 x molar, 1x pre-molar, 1x
anterior
Cleaning
Set of 4 scalars (2)
Temporary filling
Set of 4 excavators, double ended (2)
2 x large
2 x small
Set of 2 plastic instruments (2)
2 x large
2 x small
Spatual (2)
Mixing slab,glass
Sterilization
Sterilizer, boiling type
Box for sterilizing instruments
Normal extraction (for qualified
practitioners only)
Root forceps 2 x upper, 1 x lower
Elevators, 1 x left, Ix right, 1 x straight
Preventive and Basic fillings

68

3
4
4

2
2

31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

Simple dental chair with spittoon


Operating light
Portable dental unit (drills and suction)
Amalgam balance
Amalgam carrier(2)
Amalgam plugger, double ended(2)
Mortar and pestle for amalgam(1)
Mixing slab for anterior filling material(1)
Preventive filling material: pit and fissure
sealants
Dental operating unit sirna 2000
Dental operation unit JM Memaid-200
chair mounted
Cabinet Dental instruments and supplies
diplomate complete

2.
3
1
2
2

PART XVI
79.

LIST

OF

MINIMUM EQUIPMENT (BDS)


CERAMIC LAB

S. NO.

PARTICULAR

1.

Porcelain Furnace

2.

Compressors

3.

Sand blaster

5.
6.

Duplicating machine with duplicating


Flasks
Vacuum Mixture (alginate and plaster)
Dental laboratory engines

7.

Micro-motors

8.

Casting Rings

9.

Casting Furnace

4.

69

10.

Casting Machine

11.

Wax Pot

12.

Casting Wax

13.

Metal grinding and polishing Stones

14.

Porcelain Stones

15.

Oxyacetylene Torch

16.

Vibrators

17.

Metals (Cr-Co; Ni-Cr alloys,Zirconia etc)

18.

Porcelain

19.

Perusale Former

20.

Articulators (All types)

21.

Veneer Caliper

22.

Die Saw

23.

Solder

24.

Bunsen Burners

25.

Duplicating Flasks and duplicating Gel

26.

Boxing wax

27.

Soft wax

28.

Porcelain Brushes

29.

Finishing & Polishing stones

30.

Investment material

31.

Milling machine

32.

Electro plating material

33.

Crown & bridge Removers

LIST

OF EQUIPMENTS
DEPARTMENT OF DENTAL MATERIAL

S. NO.

PARTICULAR

2.

Articulators (simple plane line and semi


adjustable)
Plaster Bucket

3.

Bunsen Burners

4.

Base Formers (Upper and lower S,M,L)

5.

Cold mould Seal

6.

Cotton roll

1.

QUANTITY
10
02
25
One of each
05 liters

70

7.

Cutter (wire)

03

8.

Casting Machine

01

9.

Dycal (demo)

01

10.

Dental Flasks

05

11.

Green Stick (demo)

12.

Glass slabs

13.

Grease

14.

Cements All types (demo)

15.

Hammer

16.

Hard Plaster

17.

Impression compound

04
1each
03

19.

Impression Trays (Assorted for partial


and complete dentures demo)
Modelling wax

20.

Mercury (demo)

21.

Moulds (partial and complete denture)

22.

Petroleum Jelly

23.

Plaster Knife

05

24.

Plaster Spatula

05

25.

Simplex powder

1 kg

26.

Silicon (demo)

27.

Stellon

28.

Dental Stones(assorted)

29.

Soft Plaster

30.

Steel ruler

31.

Sand Paper

32.

Sticky wax

33.

Towel

34.

Trimmer

35.

Acrylic Teeth (1x6;1x28;1x16)

36.

S.S Wire (0.5,0.7,0.8 half round)

37.

Wax Knife

10

38.

Wax Carver

10

39.

Wall Mirror

40.

Zinc phosphate Cement

41.

Tray for polishing

18.

3 sets each

3 each

06Pkts
20 Boxes each
1kg each

04

71

42.

Vibrator

03

43.

Polisher

03

44.

Acrylic powder

45.

Rubber Bowl

46.

Alginate Bowl

47.

Composite Material

48.

Amalgam

49.

GIC (luting and Filling)

50.

Impression Compound

51.

Calcium Hydroxide Cement

52.

Temporary Crowns(Plastic and S:Steal)

LIST

OF EQUIPMENTS
DEPARTMENT OF OPERATIVE DENTISTRY

S. NO.
1.

PARTICULAR
Composite Kit

QUANTITY
01

3.

Composite resins Shades


A1,A2,A3,A3.5,B2
Bonding agent

4.

Ecthant

01

5.

Abrasive finishing stips

05

6.

Amalgam alloy

05

7.

Temporary Filling material

05

8.

EDTA cream

03

9.

Cresophene

02

10.

Phantom Heads

11.

GIC Type 1,2 and 4

2 box each

12.

Articulating Paper

8 boxes

13.

Wedges

8 boxes

14.

X-ray films

15.

Oxide evgenol cement

01

16.

Calcipulp

06

17.

Composite finishing kit

01

18.

Dental Floss

05

19.

Dycal

20.

Seal apex

2.

01each
01

15 tables

4
03

72

21.

Composite material

00

22.

Cellulose stips

03

23.

Mercury

24.

Formocresol

50

25.

Disposable glasses

23

26.

Matrix Bands

10

27.

Xylocaine spray

05

28.

Xylocaine gel

05

29.

Disposable glass (plastic)

30.

Sterilization liquid

31.

Hand Piece oil

32.

GIC vamish

02

33.

Flucol

04

34.

Cartridges (lidocaine)

10pkts

35.

Cartridges (medicaine)

10pkts

36.

Needles (short)

09

37.

Needles (long)

09

38.

Normal Saline

39.

Face Wash solution

40.

Savelon

41.

Wire Splint

42.

Cotton rolls

43.

Tissue rolls

44.

Hydrogen Peroxide

02

45.

Articulating Paper

00

46.

X-ray Pads

04

47.

Paper Points (15-40)

5 pkts each

48.

Round Diamond burs

08

49.

Slow speed round burs

02

50.

Barbed Broaches

5 pkts

51.

Spreaders (assorted)

01each

52.

Gats Gliders

08

53.

Lentulospiral

05

54.

Peeso Reamers

55.

Crown Cutting Box

04 Boxes
06

73

56.

Napkins

01

57.

Rubber bowls

05

58.

Spatulas

01

59.

Retraction Card

02

60.

Amalgam Capsules

09

61.

Polishing Brush

02

62.

Polishing cup

02

63.

Glass Beads

64.

Enamelpost (screw Post)

01

65.

Mouth Mirrors

50

66.

Tweezers

50

67.

Dycal applicator

08

68.

Dental Probes

50

69.

Gutta Percha points 15-40

5 pkts each

70.

Gutta Percha points 40-80

3 pkts each

71.

Gingival Marginal Trimmer

04

72.

Excavator

18

73.

Egg Shaped Burnisher

05

74.

Acron Shaped Burnisher

75.

Ball ended Burnisher

76.

Cleoid Carver

06

77.

Kit Shape Carver

05

78.

Half Hallen Back Carver

05

79.

Condenser

05

80.

Dippen dish

81.

Spirit Lamps

04

82.

Amalgam guns

10

83.

Plastic Instruments

20

84.

Cement Spatula

05

85.

Measuring Scale

04

86.

Glass slab

10

87.

Instrument Trays

30

88.

Motor & Pestle

03

89.

Plivger

08

90.

Band Retriever

07

74

91.

Matrix Band

10

92.

Scissor

08

93.

Artery Forceps

10

94.

Enelo box

05

95.

Box holder

03

96.

Dental Units

75

97.

Dental X-ray Unit

01

98.

Instrument Trolley

05

99.

X-Ray Illuminator

05

100. Wall mirror


101. Sterilizer Hot Air Oven

01

102. Glass Bead Sterilizer

01

103. Curtain Screen

01

104. Rubber Dam kit

10

105. Amalgamators

05

106. D-G.16 Probe

02

107. Cove Indicator

02

108. Endo-tray

02

109. Apron Clip

02

110. Pumice Powder

200 gm

111. Self Seal Pouches


112. MD Chel Cream

01 box

113. MD cleanser

01

114. Rubber base(Regular body)

02 pkts

115. Rubber base (light body)

02 pkts

116. Alginate Powder

2 0pkts

117. Niti Files DH-4

03 boxes

118. Niti Files DH-6

02 boxes

119. Niti Superfiles 2

02 boxes

120. Composite finishing Kit

02 boxes

121. Amalgam Finishing kit

02 boxes

122. Rubber dam sheets

03 boxes

123. Carbide burs assorted

05 pkts

124. Reamers (Hand)

3 boxes

125. Suture needles different gauges

02 Packs

75

126. Impression Trays (assorted)

10 pkts

127. Half Tray (assorted)

10 pkts

128. Suture Needle ( Circle)

2 Packs

129. Surgical blades (No 10,11,12,15)

10 each

130. Surgical blades scalpel holders


131. Disposable needles

10
1 box

132. Suction tip (surgical)

10 pkts

133. Modeling Wax

10 pkts

134. Dentine Pins

05 pack

135. Dentine drills

2 boxes

136. Silver Capsules

6 boxes

137. Screw Posts

1 boxes

138. Abrasive Strip

01

139. Hard Plaster

1 Kg

140. Molar Forcep

06

141. Amalgam gun double ended

09

142. Hand Spreaders

04

143. Periosteal elevator

03

144. Twizer Locking

05

145. Twizer without lock

15

146. Excavator bi angular

04

147. Excavator Triple angular

07

148. Burnisher Acron

06

149. High speed hand pieces

15

150. Slow speed hand pieces

15

151. Endomethasone

05

152. Obtura 2

02

153. Composite light cure Unit

05

154. Dental Stones (assorted)

05 pkts

155. Matrix band Retainer

05

156. Bur holder

05 Boxes

LIST

OF EQUIPMENTS
DEPARTMENT OF ORAL SURGERY

76

S. NO.
1.

PARTICULAR

QUANTITY

Mirrors

65

2.

Probes

65

3.

Tweezerss

65

4.

Crown Forceps

15

5.

B-D Forceps

10

6.

Right Side / left Side (Molars)

15

Upper Cow Horn


7.

Left

05

8.

Right

05

9.

Deciduous Molar

06

Upper 3rd Molar

05

10.

Ameircan Style Forceps


11.

Crown forcep

06

12.

BD Forcep

05

13.

Pre Molar

05
Lower BD Fprceps

14.

Anterior

06

15.

Pre-Molar

05

16.

Molar

12

17.

BD- Forceps

05

18.

Baby Forceps

06

19.

Cow horn

04

20.

Wire Cutter

06

21.

Twister

02

22.

Bone File

11

23.

Chisel

05

24.

Bone cutter

10

25.

Root tip pick

03

26.

Skin Hook

04

27.

Plastic Instrument

03

28.

Excavator

05

29.

Condenser

01

30.

Wax Knife

01

31.

Suction tip

10

77

Retractors
32.

Cheek Reractor

08

33.

Henry Rock

05

34.

Minneosta

35.

Austin

36.

Instrument Box

37.

Scal Pel Holders

18

38.

Syringes

20

39.

Bone Rongers

12

40.

Needle Holder

04

41.

Suture Cutting Scissor

08

42.

Steel Scissor (straight and curved)

05 each

43.

Coupland Elevator

05

44.

Periostal Elevator

10

45.

Cryer Elevator

05

46.

Warwick james

04

47.

Bayonett

05

48.

Artery Forcep

10
Trays

49.

Large tray

05

50.

Trays Instrument

10
Hand Piece

51.

Slow Speed

02

52.

High speed

03

53.

Contra Angle

02

54.

Heavy duty Drill machine

Sterilizers
55.

Auto clave

02

56.

Dry heat

02
Units

57.

Dental Units

15

58.

Dental Stools

15

LIST

OF

EQUIPMENTS
78

DEPARTMENT OF ORTHODONTICS
S. NO.

PARTICULAR

QUANTITY

1.

Band Pusher

2.

Band remover

3.

Band Seater

5.

Base former upper lower(medium


large)
Box instrument

6.

Bracket Holder

7.

Bracket Remover

8.

Cheek Retractor

9.

Distal end cutter

10.

HI speed hand pieces

11.

Impression Trays (assorted)

12.

Matthews Forceps

15

13.

Examination Mirrors

40

14.

Plaster Bowl

15.

Plaster Spatula

16.

Plastic Instrument

17.

Probe

40

18.

Scissor

05

19.

Dental Units

08

20.

Dental Stools

04

21.

Dry Heat Sterilizer

22.

Ceph Room Table for 12 students

23.

Illuminators

24.

Clipboards

02

25.

Auto clave

01

26.

Model Trimmer

01

27.

Reflectors

04

28.

Tweezers

40

29.

Instruments Trays

10

4.

1pair each
5

05
5 pkts

1
01
6

LIST

OF EQUIPMENTS
DEPARTMENT OF PERIODONTOLOGY

79

S. NO.

PARTICULAR

QUANTITY

1.

Dental Units

08

2.

Dental Stool

08

3.

Ultrasonic Scalar

05

4.

Ultrasonic Tips

17

5.

Ultrasonic Tip Key

04

6.

Glass Bead Sterilizer

01

7.

Dry Heat Oven

01

8.

Autoclave

01

9.

Slow speed hand pieces

02

10.

Plunger

02

11.

Scissor

02

12.

Sharpening Stone

03

13.

Instrument Tray

06

14.

Twizrer

10

15.

Mixing Spatula

02

16.

Mouth Mirror

40

17.

Instrument Dish

18.

Instrument Boxes

03

19.

Glass slab

02

20.

Gaffler

04

21.

Excavators

05

22.

CPITN probes

10

23.

Periscalers

02

24.

Sickle Scaler

02

25.

Periodontal Probe

20

26.

Gracey Curettes

15

27.

Pliers

02

28.

Instrument Holder

01

29.

EOP

04

30.

Illuminator

01

31.

Fluoride Gel

04

32.

Zinc oxide eugenol paste

01

33.

Spirit lamps

03

34.

Suction Tips

20

80

35.

Disposable Gloves

08 pkts

36.

Hydrogen Peroxide

05 litres

37.

Disposable Glasses

10 boxes

38.

Aluminum Foil

39.

Cotton Roll

40.

Disposable Syringes

41.

Normal Saline

42.

Polishing Brushers

43.

Korsolex

01

44.

Savelon

01

45.

Streilization Pouch Roll

01

01roll

200

LIST

OF EQUIPMENTS
DEPARTMENT OF PROSTHODONTICS

S. NO.

PARTICULAR

QUANTITY

1.

Alginate

2.

Hard Plaster

3.

Soft Plaster

4.

Suction tips

5.

Green Stick

6.

Impression Compound

7.

Modeling Wax

8.

Articulating Paper

9.

GIC luting agent

10.

Disposable Syringes

11.

Crow Cutting Diamond Burn

12.

Straight Fissure short

13.

Needle Tapered fissure

14.

Wheel disc shape

15.

Tapered Fissure flat

16.

Tapered fissure round end

17.

Round Bur

18.

Cavex imp.paste

19.

Articulators simple plane line

10

20.

Articulators semi adjustable outs

05

81

21.

Articulators fully adjustable

23.

Rubber base impression material plus


putty & wash
Tempron

24.

Self cure powder

25.

Heat cure powder

26.

Heat cure liquid

27.

Polishing compound

28.

Pumice powder

29.

Cold mould seal

30.

Wire 0.7 mm,0.8, half round

31.

Hand Piece oil NSK

32.

Acrylic Teeth (1x6,1x16,1x28)

33.

Sand paper

22.

01
04 box
02

1 roll each
20 boxes each

35.

Stainless steel arcrylic trimmers


assorted
Air Turbine NSK

12

36.

Air motor NSK

12

37.

Impression trays assorted

38.

Self cure liquid

39.

Hanau face bow

40.

Dental Lathe

41.

Dental Lathes stones assorted

42.

Dental units

12

43.

Dental stools

12

34.

01
05

PART XVI
REPEAL
80. Repeal All earlier criteria and guide lines regarding matters contained in these
regulations are hereby repealed.

(Dr. Ahmad Nadeem Akbar)


Registrar

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