Report on Dhaka Medical College
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

Dhaka Medical College was established in 1946. It was the first medical college of the then British regimen. Over the last 65 years the college which had been started with 50 MBBS students is now turned into a complete institute. The medical college is running with 40 postgraduate courses in different disciplines. At present 178 national merit best students plus 15 or more foreign students, are admitted each year. Addition of post graduate courses makes the institute very busy in all dimensions with some advantages and disadvantages.

More over multiple sub-specialty subjects are running their outpatient department and inpatient ward with post graduate courses. However, there are lots of new problems which should be minimized and solved with utmost attention.

 ACHIEVEMENT:

  1. Quality Assurance Scheme (QAS) activities ran very smoothly.
  2. All activities of different phases worked satisfactorily.
  3. Continuous participation of the students of all phases were being held according to curriculum.
  4. Professional examinations were held in scheduled time.
  5. Regular seminars on medical education held in MEU according to monthly schedule.
  6. Regular clinico-pathological seminars were held according to weekly schedule.
  7. Classes throughout the year were held regularly without significant interference.
  8. Extra academic activities by students & teachers held for maintaining healthy educational environment of the campus.
  9. Undergraduate & postgraduate classes were held regularly according to academic calendar.
  10. Meeting of the phases held regularly with academic coordinator & course committee chairman.
  11. Logistic for teaching learning like, multimedia, laptop, photocopier have been provided to many departments and the present status is much better than the previous year.
  12. Administrative office of the Principal had been renovated and presently in a good service and environment.
  13. Review of MBBS curriculum 2002 had been done in August 2009 and a recommendation for change in different aspect has been made. This recommendation had been placed before Academic Council and after proper opinion had been passed and sent to CME for further action.
  14. In the merit list occupancy 3-5 students came out in every professional examination.
  15. Last but not the least, the honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visited Dhaka Medical College Campus on 10th july,2009 on the eve of DMC day in response to the invitation by Alumni Trust of DMC and inaugurate the construction of new administrative building in the campus.

LIMITATIONS:

  1. Supporting staffs of the college at present are not sufficient enough to meet up the present demand and work load.
  2. Post of teachers in internal medicine and many other sub-specialty subjects have been created without proportionate supporting staff and space.
  3. Space for teaching learning exercise, training and assessment is inadequate in clinical and preclinical areas.
  4. In the clinical side evening classes are not properly held and monitored.
  5. Integrated teaching program could not be organized regularly due to vigorous in course assessment.
  6. Shortage of tutorial class rooms hampered some academic activities.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1.  The most time demanding events like Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and  Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) never held before. We recommend for such.

2.   Exposure of the postgraduate trainee doctors to research methodology should be held in the institute at least twice in a year. Research Methodology course may be conducted & supervised by Community Medicine Department.

3.   Students should participate in small group teaching and PBL (problem based learning).

4.   Specimen/Models are older and should be replaced and increased   in numbers

I tried my best to prepare the annual report 2009.I am sure that there are possible mistakes and pitfalls in it which is unintentional. I must express my regards and thanks to the Principal, Vice-Principal, post graduate dean, all phase coordinators,  all faculty members, member secretary of MEU and junior doctors for giving me all sorts of cooperation& support in preparing this annual report.

Prof. Quazi Tarikul Islam

Academic coordinator &

Professor of Medicine

Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka.

29th May 2010

MISSION   STATEMENT

Dhaka Medical College aspires to produce medical professionals having excellent knowledge and wisdom with a high quality of professionalism and eadership qualities in an enabling environment.

Dhaka Medical College has its social commitment for continuous endeavors to develop human resources in an effort to maintain the highest standard of service to the humanity and community at large, to maintain ethical and professional standards and integrity and contribute significantly to medical science through collective efforts in a goal cherished by all.

OBJECTIVES OF DHAKA MEDICAL COLLEGE

Dhaka Medical College has defined its institutional objectives as to produce doctors with knowledge, skills and attitude and a strong commitment to serve humanity who :

  • Are able to identify and manage health problems at individual, family and community level.
  • Are aware of religious values and social trends and traditions .
  • Are able to communicate effectively and affectionately with colleagues, community and patients irrespective of their nature of illness and social status.
  • Develop the capacity for continuing professional development
  • Develop and maintain integrity and highest level of ethical and professional standard.

1.  Basic Information of the Dhaka Medical College         :

Name of the Medical College           :-Dhaka Medical College

Type of the Medical College                                                              :           Public.

Total number of teachers working in Dhaka

MedicalCollege at present                                                                :           241

Teachers working part time                                                               :           None

Number of MBBS Students studying in this college at present          :           932

Students enrolled each year in this college                                       :           178

Number of Post Graduate student                                                      :           324

Total area of the medical college                                          :           85 acres

Number of Lecture theatres / gallery                                                :           4

Seating capacity of students                                                   :           250 – 275

(per gallery)

All lecture theatres / galleries are air conditioned & provided with necessary audiovisual aids. These are organized with multimedia facility, overhead projectors & a good sound system.

Auditorium facility                                                                  :           One Auditorium

            Auditorium seating capacity   (Dr. Milon Auditorium)           :           700

Conference room        :           * One in the college                 :         150

                                                            * One in the Hospital              :           100

Common room for Male & Female Students             :           1 (male) & 1 (female)

Provision for cafeteria                                                            :           One                

Hostels for the male & female students                    :           1 (male) & 3 (female)

Seat capacity of hostels                                                   :      704 (male), 566 (female)

Recognition of GMC (Year)                                       :           present (1982)

2. Medical College Hospital

  • Total numbers of beds in the

hospital at present                                                                          :               1700

  • Bed occupancy rate                                                                        :               150%
  • Total number of patients at OPD in last year                        :               8,54,600
  • No of operation theater                                                                               :               16
  • Total no of operation done last year (2009)                          :               27,501
Patients

2008

2009

OPD

8,22,267

8,54,600

In door

88,975

92,450

Operation done

25,068

27,501

 

Number of minor surgery under L/A & sedation is not mentioned

 3.  Number of students: (MBBS)/Undergraduate (MBBS Course) in 2009

            Status                                           Regular                               Irregular          Total

            1st year                        (K66)                         189                                        05

            2nd year           (K65)                         182                                        02

            3rd year            (K64)                         193                                        10             932

            4th year            (K63)                         177                                        11

            5th year            (K62)                         159                                        04

Total Foreign Student : 49 (in diff. year)

4.        Post Graduate courses:  2009 Jan / July

  • Master of Surgery (MS)
  • Doctor of Medicine (MD)
  • Master of Philosophy (M Phil)
  • Muster of Public Health (MPH)
  • Diploma (Dip)

Total number of admitted student in 2009            :           324

Sl. NoSubject

No. of approved seat.

No. of students.

MD Internal Medicine

10

10

MD Neurology

10

10

MD Nephrology

10

10

MD Cardiology

10

10

MD Radiology & Imaging

10

10

MD Pediatrics

6

6

MD Pathology

6

6

MD Dermatology

4

4

MD Anesthesiology

10

10

MD Critical Care Medicine

6

06

MD Gastroenterology

6

6

MD Hematology

10

10

MD Physical Medicine

6

6

MD Forensic Medicine

6

6

MS Urology

10

10

MS Neurosurgery

6

6

MS Ortho Surgery

10

10

MS Plastic Surgery

6

6

MS ENT

6

6

MS General Surgery

10

10

MS Pediatrics Surgery

6

6

MS Ophthalmology

6

6

MS Gynae & Obstetric

10

10

FCPS Part II Gynae & Obstetric

5

nil

M. Phil Anatomy

10

10

M. Phil Physiology

10

10

M. Phil Pharmacology

10

10

M. Phil Microbiology

10

10

M. Phil Biochemistry

6

6

M. Phil Radiology & Imaging

6

6

MPH (Community Medicine)

6

6

D.G.O (Diploma in Gynae)

20

20

DCH (Diploma in Child Health)

6

6

D. Card(Diploma in Cardiology)

6

6

D. A.(Diploma in Anesthesiology)

20

20

D. Ortho.(Diploma in Orthopedic Surgery

6

6

DDV (Diploma in Dermatology & Venerology

6

6

DLO (Diploma in Otorhinolaryngology)

6

6

DO (Diploma in Ophthalmology)

6

6

DFM ( Diploma in Forensic Medicine )

6

6

Quality Assurance Scheme (QAS)-

Scheme started in the Year                :           1997

Quality Assurance Body of Dhaka Medical College (QAB)

 Academic Council of Dhaka Medical College 2009

1Prof. Md. Margub Hussain (Vice Principal)24Prof. Md. Habibur Rahman
2Brig. Gen. Bazle Kader  (Director, DMCH)25Prof.  Shahid Hossain
3Prof.  Quazi Tarikul Islam (Academic Coordinator)26Prof. Seikh Sader Hossain
4Prof. Shamim Ara27Prof. Shafquat Hossain Khundkar
5Prof. Rokeya Begum28Prof. Mahbub Ul Alam
6Prof. Selina Ahmed29Prof. M Shahiduzzaman
7Prof. Md. Ismail Khan30Prof. S.M.Mahbub Alam
8Prof. Md. Mizanul Hoque31Prof. Jamal Nizamuddin Ahmed
9Prof. Abdul Khaleque Akond32Prof. F.A. Mohiuddin Khan
10Prof. AUM Mohsin33Prof. Maliha Rashid
11Prof.  Kazi Zulfiqar Mamun34Prof. Farhana Dewan
12Prof. Md.Abdul Jabbar35Prof. U.H.Shahera Khatun
13Prof. H.A M Nazmul Ahsan36Prof.Husne Ara Begum
14Prof. Enamul Karim37Prof.Ahmed Hossain
15Prof. Khan Abul Kalam Azad38Prof.M.A.Kuddus
16Prof. Azizul Kahhar39Prof.Md.Hafizur Rahman Ansari
17Prof. Farukh Ahmed40Prof. M. A. Mannan
18Prof. Gazi Md. Nazrul Islam41Prof.L.E.Fatmi
19Prof. Mohiuddin Ahmed khan42Prof. Abul Hashem Bhuiya
20Prof. Abid Hossain mullah43Prof.Md. Abdullah
21Prof. Md. Ekhlasur Rahman44Assoc. Prof. Nasima Sultana
22Prof. H.I Lutfor Rahman45Asst. Prof. Rezwana Kaderi
23Prof. M Mohibur Rahman46Assoc. Prof. Abdullah Al Mamun
  47Assoc. Prof. Chowdhury Md. Ali

Course Committee

Chairman                                           :    Prof. Md.Margub Hussain (Vice Principal)

            Academic coordinator                        :    Prof. Quazi Tarikul Islam

            Names of phase coordinators              :

                                                            I           : Prof. Shamim Ara

                                                            II          : Prof. Md. Abdul Jabbar

                                                            III         : Prof. HAM Nazmul Ahasan

Members                                            :    All Departmental Heads

Students Representatives       Phase I :    Md. Shamim Reza

                                                            Phase II:    Maimunal Mohammad

                                                                               Rafid Ahmed

                                                            Phase III:   Tania Tofayal

   Name of Phase and Subject coordinators

Phase   1 ResponsibilityName of TeacherSubject
 Phase coordinatorProf. Shamim AraAnatomy
 Subject coordinatorsDr. Monira KhatunAnatomy
  Prof. Selina AhmedBiochemistry
  Prof. Rokeya BegumPhysiology
  Prof.Md. Abdul JabbarCom Medicine
Phase 2Phase coordinatorProf.Md. Abdul JabbarCom Medicine
 Subject coordinatorsProf.Md. Ismail KhanPharmacology
  Prof. Abdul Khaleque AkondPathology
  Prof.  Kazi Zulfiqar MamunMicrobiology
  Prof.Md. Mizanul HoqueForensic Medicne
Phase 3Phase coordinatorProf. HAM Nazmul AhasanMedicine
 Subject coordinatorsProf. Enamul KarimMedicine
  Prof. Shahid HossainSurgery
  Prof. Maliha RashidObstetrics & Gynecology
  Prof. Narayan Chandra SahaPediatric
  Prof. F M MohiuddinENT
  Prof. M Jamal UddinEye
  Dr. Shajahan Ahmed ChowdhuryCom Medicine

Meetings   of different committees of QAB, Dhaka Medical College

a)                  With course committee Chairman-          02

b)                  With academic coordinator-                    03

c)                   Phase- I committee meeting-                  08

d)                   Phase-II committee meeting-                  08

e)                   Phase-III committee meeting-                 07

Result of Professional Examination in 2009

Name of examinationTotal appeared    Total Passed

Total Failed

 

Positions

 

Honours

 

1st Prof.Jan. 09634063%2337% nil
July. 0920517384%3216%1st,2nd,4th ,4th,10thAna:02

Phy:03

Bio:06

2nd  Prof.Jan. 0916812876%4024%1st,2nd,8thMicro:07

Foren:02

Path:01

July. 09463474%1226% nil
Final Prof.Jan. 09402358%1742% nil
July. 0915011174%3926%6th,9thnil

 In Course assessment (Terms / Card final examination)

9.a.     1st year (K66)

              Subject                     Appeared        Total Passed (%)       Total Failed (%)

             i)      Anatomy                             185                 162 (87%)                     23 (13%)

ii)    Physiology                             189                 177 (94%)                     12 (6%)

iii)    Biochemistry            182                 169 (93%)                     13 (7%)

iv)   Com. Medicine         182                 154(85%)                      28(15%)

*         Possible causes of Failure of students in the above mentioned subject            :

  • Irregularity in class attendance,
  • Dependence on guide book,
  • Not reading standard text.

b.     2nd year (K65)

      Subject                 Appeared                   Total Passed               Total Failed

i)          Anatomy               182                         179 (98%)                   03 (2%)

ii)         Physiology            182                         180 (99%)                   02 (1%)

iii)        Biochemistry        183                         181 (99%)                   02 (1%)

*         Causes of Fail of students mentioning the subject            :

    • Irregularity in class attendance,
    • Dependence on guide book,
    • Not reading standard text.

    c.      3rd year (K64)

    Subject                                   Appeared                Total Passed            Total Failed

    iv)  Pharmacology                      152                               142(93%)             10(07%)

    v)      Pathology                             153                               111  (73%)           42(27%)

    vi)  Microbiology                       137                               121  (88%)            16(12%)

    vii) Community Medicine         145                               121  (83%)            24(17%)

    viii) Forensic Medicine             179                               151  (84%)            28(16%)

    ix)  Medicine                             181                               148  (82%)            06(12%)

    x)   Surgery                                104                                88   (85%)            10(15%)

    d.     4th year (Final Assessment- K63)

    Subject                       Appeared                   Total Passed(%)         Total Failed(%)

    Pharmacology                  174                               174(100%)                   nil(0%)

    Pathology                         na                                     na                                          na

    Microbiology                    174                               166(95%)                     08(05%)

    Community Medicine      177                               175(99%)                     02(01%)

    Forensic Medicine           178                               148(83%)                     30(17%)

    Medicine                          198                               170(86%)                     15(14%)

    Paediatrics                         44                                 40(91%)                     04(09%)

    Surgery                              na                                     na                                  na

    ENT                                    na                                     na                                  na

    Ophthalmology                 na                                     na                                  na

                 *na = not available

    e.     5th year (Final Assessment- K62)

    Subject                       Appeared       Total Passed (%)        Total Failed (%)

    Medicine                         156                   140(90%)                           16(10%)

    Paediatrics                      153                   131(86%)                           22(14%)

    Surgery                             156                     132(85%)                              24(15%)

                Gynae & Obs                   156                        140(90%)                             16(10%)

    Clinical Placement:

    SubjectAllotted hours

    (2+2) x 6

    * Attendance %Supervised by
     3rd year4th year5th year3rd year4th year5th year 
    Medicine28819221695%88%96% 

     

    Unit head /

    Head of the department

     

    Paediatrics112    –16885%88%92%
    Surgery28819221687%82%94%
    ENT112    –16878%87%92%
    Ophthalmology112    –16881%86%90%
    Gynae & Obs28819221679%84%93%
    • Calculation done the basis of morning placement only.

    11 )      Faculty Development and Review Scheme :

    • Do you have faculty development program in your medical college/institute?                      yes

     Specific Recommendations for Faculty Development & Review scheme                                                          

    • needs  formal exercise of personal review
    • regular evaluation of classes by colleague
    • organized faculty development program in individual department
    • allocation of sufficient fund

    12 )      External Assessor      

                Did you appoint an external assessor?           Yes

    If your medical college/institute do not have External Assessor, Why-

    i)          Not yet appointed by proper authority.

    13)       External Examiners                            :

    External examiners report collected-                                                            No

    • Environment of the center is cordial
    • Performance of examiners  are approved as satisfactory
    • External examiners suggested for transport and accommodation  facility

    These are under consideration by academic council

    14)       Course appraisal      

    Do your medical college/institute collect student’s   questionnaire

                                                                                                                No

    If yes, how often do you do that-                    Once in a year

    15.       External Review                                                         :

    Was this medical college reviewed by any external review team last year?

    Yes

    16(a). Undergraduate Courses, Students & Results

    Summative Examination: MBBS

    I. Total Number of students:

     Number of MBBS students:       932

    II. Break down of MBBS students:

    Year(s)

    Total

    Regular

    Irregular

    1st (K66)

    194

    189

    05

    2nd (K65)

    184

    182

    02

    3rd (K64)

    183

    193

    10

    4th (K63)

    188

    177

    11

    5th (K62)

    163

    159

    04

     III. Results of Professional Exams MBBS: (2009)

    Exams

    Total Appeared

    Total Passed (%)

    Total Failed (%)

    First Professional

    268

    213 (79.47)

    55 (20.63)

    Second Professional

    214

    162 (75)

    52 (25)

    Final Professional

    190

    134 (70.5)

    56 (29.5)

     IV. Reasons for failure

    a. Prerequisites for eligibility to appear in the professional exams are not strictly maintained

    b. Irregular attendance in routine teaching learning sessions

    c. Frequent use of note books instead of standard text books

    16(b). In course Examinations: (Attendance, written, SOE, OSPE, OSCE)

    Formative Exams: MBBS Course

    I.Terms / Card / Ward Examinations:

    Subjects

    Appeared

    Pass %

    Fail %

    1st  Year (K66)
    Anatomy

    185

    162 (87%)

    23 (13%)

    Physiology

    189

    177 (94%)

    12 (6%)

    Biochemistry

    182

    169 (93%)

    13 (7%)

    Com Medicine

    182

           (85%)

          (15%)

    2nd Year (K65)
    Anatomy

    182

    179 (98%)

    03 (2%)

    Physiology

    182

    180 (99%)

    02 (1%)

    Biochemistry

    183

    181 (99%)

    02 (1%)

    3rd Year  (K64)
    Pharmacology

    152

    142

    10

    Microbiology

    137

    121

    16

    Community Medicine

    145

    121

    24

    Forensic Medicine

    179

    151

    28

    Pathology

    153

    111

    42

    4th Year (K63)
    Pharmacology

    174

    174

    Nil

    Microbiology

    174

    166

    08

    Community Medicine

    177

    175

    02

    Forensic Medicine

    178

    148

    30

    Pathology   
    5th Year (K62)
    Medicine

    156

    140

    10

    Surgery

    156

    132

    24

    Gyn Obs

    156

    140

    10

    II. Reasons for failure

    a. Card incompletion / terms

    b. Failure to attend schedule teaching learning session

                                 c. Overlapping schedule of routine among different subjects.

     (c). RFST – 2009

    1. RFST program present: Yes

    2. Place of Program: Sreepur Upozila Health Complex Dist: Gazipur.

    3. Students stay there: Yes

    4. Supervision by teacher at field level: Yes

    5. Name of the teachers supervising the RFST at the field

    1. Prof.Md. Abdul Jabbar, Professor & Head, dept. of Com. Medicine, DMC.
    2. Dr. Shahjahan Ahmed Chowdhury, Assoc. Prof. of Com. Medicine, DMC.
    3. Dr. Maksuda Begum, Asstt. Prof. of Com. Medicine, DMC.
    4. Dr. Syeda Khaleda Ferdousi, Asstt. Prof. (CC) of Com. Medicine, DMC.
    5. Dr. Afzalur Rahman Mahmud, Lecturer, Com. Medicine, DMC.
    6. Dr. Rowshan Ara, Lecturer, Com. Medicine, DMC.
    7. Dr. Sabedur Reza Karim, Lecturer, Com. Medicine, DMC.
    8. Dr. Nirmeen Rifat Khan, Lecturer, Com. Medicine, DMC.
    9. Dr. Syeda Rumana Hoque, Medical Officer, Com. Medicine, DMC.
    10. Dr. Razia Sultana, Lecturer, Com. Medicine, DMC.

    6. Statement of 2009. RFST

    Year

    Batch

    Allotted days

    Attendance %

    Coordinator

    2009

    K-63

    10 days X 7 Batch

    100%

    Prof. Md. Abdul Jabbar

     (a).Results of Post graduate Examination

                    Part I

    Sl.NoName of course

       January 09

    July 09

      

    App

    Pass

    App

    Pass

    MD Internal Medicine

    10

    02

    17

    03

    MD Neurology

    09

    03

    14

    04

    MD Nephrology

    10

    3

    15

    0

    MD Cardiology

    13

    4

    9

    1

    MD Radiology & Imaging

    13

    5

    14

    5

    MD Pediatrics

    07

    1

    10

    1

    MD Pathology

    03

    1

    3

    1

    MD Dermatology

    03

    0

    5

    1

    MD Anesthesiology

    06

    1

    13

    1

    MD Critical Care Medicine

    7

    1

    MD Gestroenterology

    4

    1

    MD Haematology

    4

    1

    MD Forensic Medicine

    MD Physical Medicine

    MS Urology

    12

    2

    16

    5

    MS Neurosurgery

    5

    0

    10

    0

    MS Ortho Surgery

    12

    5

    18

    9

    MS Plastic Surgery

    7

    3

    11

    0

    MS ENT

    2

    1

    8

    1

    MS General Surgery

    4

    0

    18

    3

    MS Pediatrics Surgery

    4

    0

    7

    1

    MS Ophthalmology

    2

    1

    7

    0

    MS Gynae & Obstetric

    11

    2

    16

    3

    FCPS Part II(Gynae & Obstetric)

    M. Phil Anatomy

    6

    4

    2

    2

    M. Phil Physiology

    5

    4

    1

    0

    M. Phil Pharmacology

    7

    3

    3

    2

    M. Phil Microbiology

    8

    3

    4

    1

    M. Phil Biochemistry

    7

    7

    0

    0

    M. Phil Radiology & Imaging

    5

    4

    1

    1

    MPH (Community Medicine)

    DIPLOMAS

    D.G.O (Diploma in Gynae)

    10

    0

    28

    7

    DCH (Diploma in Child Health)

    3

    0

    9

    2

    D. Card(Diploma in Cardiology)

    7

    2

    9

    3

    D. A.

    (Diploma in Anesthesiology)

    15

    7

    15

    8

    D. Ortho.

    (Diploma in Orthopedic Surgery

    1

    1

    0

    0

    DDV (Diploma in Dermatology & Venerology

    7

    5

    6

    2

    DLO (Diploma in Otorhinolarynlogy

    5

    1

    7

    3

    DO (Diploma in Ophthalmology)

    0

    0

    0

    0

    DFM ( Diploma in Forensic Medicine )

    2

    1

    6

    1

     (b).  Results of Post graduate Examination: Part II

    Sl.NoName of course

    January 09

    July 09

      

    App

    Pass

    App

    Pass

    MD Internal Medicine

    7

    2

    4

    1

    MD Neurology

    15

    5

    19

    6

    MD Nephrology

    12

    6

    9

    3

    MD Cardiology

    17

    9

    10

    2

    MD Radiology & Imaging

    0

    0

    7

    7

    MD Pediatrics

    5

    1

    3

    1

    MD Pathology

    2

    2

    1

    1

    MD Dermatology

    4

    2

    1

    0

    MD Anesthesiology

    1

    1

    2

    0

    1. 10.
    MD Critical Care Medicine

    1. 11.
    MD Gestroenterology

    1. 12.
    MD Haematology

    1. 13.
    MD Forensic Medicine

    1. 14.
    MD Physical Medicine

    1. 15.
    MS Urology

    15

    3

    12

    2

    1. 16.
    MS Neurosurgery

    3

    0

    3

    2

    1. 17.
    MS Ortho Surgery

    10

    0

    10

    7

    1. 18.
    MS Plastic Surgery

    6

    1

    7

    0

    1. 19.
    MS ENT

    3

    0

    5

    0

    1. 20.
    MS General Surgery

    10

    1

    10

    2

    1. 21.
    MS Pediatrics Surgery

    2

    0

    1

    1

    1. 22.
    MS Ophthalmology

    1

    0

    1

    0

    1. 23.
    MS Gynae & Obstetric

    15

    3

    15

    3

    1. 24.
    FCPS Part II(Gynae & Obstetric)

    1. 25.
    M. Phil Anatomy

    2

    1

    6

    3

    1. 26.
    M. Phil Physiology

    2

    2

    4

    3

    1. 27.
    M. Phil Pharmacology

    2

    2

    5

    3

    1. 28.
    M. Phil Microbiology

    1

    1

    4

    1

    1. 29.
    M. Phil Biochemistry

    1

    1

    6

    4

    1. 30.
    M. Phil Radiology & Imaging

    3

    3

    6

    6

    MPH (Community Medicine)

    2

    0

    (c).   Results of Post graduate Examination: Part III

    Sl.NoName of course

    January 09

    July 09

      

    App

    Pass

    App

    Pass

    MD Internal Medicine

    3

    1

    MD Neurology

    2

    1

    1

    1

    MD Nephrology

    3

    1

    2

    1

    MD Cardiology

    3

    0

    3

    1

    MD Radiology & Imaging

    0

    0

    3

    3

    MD Pediatrics

    7

    3

    2

    1

    MD Pathology

    1

    0

    2

    2

    MD Dermatology

    1

    1

    0

    0

    MD Anesthesiology

    4

    3

    2

    1

    MD Critical Care Medicine

    MD Gestroenterology

    MD Haematology

    MD Forensic Medicine

    MD Physical Medicine

    MS Urology

    12

    1

    8

    3

    MS Neurosurgery

    6

    4

    2

    0

    MS Ortho Surgery

    9

    4

    6

    2

    MS Plastic Surgery

    2

    0

    0

    0

    MS ENT

    7

    0

    5

    1

    MS General Surgery

    6

    1

    6

    0

    MS Pediatrics Surgery

    0

    0

    1

    1

    MS Ophthalmology

    5

    1

    4

    2

    MS Gynae & Obstetric

    7

    2

    6

    3

    FCPS Part II(Gynae & Obs.)

    na

    na

    na

    na

    M. Phil Anatomy

    4

    4

    0

    0

    M. Phil Physiology

    1

    1

    1

    1

    M. Phil Pharmacology

    5

    4

    1

    1

    M. Phil Microbiology

    0

    0

    5

    2

    M. Phil Biochemistry

    4

    3

    1

    1

    M. Phil Radiology & Imaging

    3

    3

    3

    3

    MPH (Community Medicine)

    0

    0

    2

    0

    Remarkable Achievement under QAS last year

    1. Context of the curriculum had been reviewed and recommendations submitted to Center for Medical Education

    b.   Review of class routine as per the MBBS Curriculum 2002 and

           preparation of a Class routine for Phase-II & III by removing overlapping.

    Training

    1. a.       Total number of teachers attended training:

    i. Within the country: 76

    ii. Abroad: 29

    1. b.      Name of training within the country

    i. Education science & teaching methodology: 31

    ii. Computer training: 17

    iii. Orientation on MBBS Curriculum 2002: none

    iv. Workshops on Clinical Updates/ Review of MBBS curriculum 2002: 26

    v. Research Bioethics: 13

    1. c.       Name of training abroad

    i. QA/ Accreditation activity (Quality assurance accreditation)      : 01

    ii. Fellowship                                                                                                      : 02

    iii. Medical  Education                                                                                     : nil

     Research:

    A research cell named; Tropical Disease Research Cell (TDRC) has been established in august 2009 in the department of Medicine located at office of the Professor of Medicine attached to ward no 4. Through consultative meeting the cell has produced 10 research protocols and submitted to BMRC, UGC & WHO for approval & grant

    a. Total number of research conducted by teachers        : 78

    b. No of research grant received by faculty members     : 05

    Name of Teacher

    Organization

    Amount(Taka)

    1.Prof. Abid Hossain Mollah & Dr.Sayeeda Anwar

    Dept of Paediatrics

     

    2.Prof. Quazi Tarikul Islam

    & Dr. Robed Amin

    Dept of Medicine

     

     3.Assoc. prof. Billal Alam

    Dept of Medicine

     

     4.Assoc.Prof. Syed Md. Arif

    Dept. of Medicine

     

     5.Prof. Shamim Ara

           Dept of Anatomy

     

     

     

         BMRC

     

     

     

           WHO Regional

     

     

     

           BMRC

     

     

        Dhaka Medical College

     

     

     Ministry of science &

          Information technology

     

     

     

          

    5,00,000

     

     

     

    2,58,000

     

     

     

    5,00,000

     

     

    2,00,000

     

     

    50,000

     

     

     

     

     

    Publications

    a. Total publications by teachers:

    i. College journal                              : available ( not published in 2009)

    ii. National journal                           : 81

    iii. International journals               : 13

    b. Total paper presented by teachers:

    i. Local meetings                               : 114

    ii. National meetings                       : 103

    iii. International meetings            : 46

    c. Total articles in Journal published         : 105

    MEU

    a. Available Medical Education Unit:   Yes

    b. Suggestions for full functioning

    i. Customization of financial and procurement for direct purchase of teaching        appliances, books and journals.

    ii. Continued logistics supply to the Faculty

    iii.  Preparing list of year calendar of monthly meeting in MEU

    Extra Curricular Activities

    1. Extra curricular activities

    a. Annual sports organized last year        :               Yes

    b. Annual indoor games last year              :               Yes

    c. Annual cultural function last year         :               Not done

    d. Annual parents meeting last year        :               Not done

    e. Extracurricular activities affect academic activity:

    i. Limited student union budget creates problem for the students so they  ask sponsors through teachers.

    ii. Exam periods coincide with the period for extracurricular activities leading to lack or partial participation by students.

    2. Suggestions to improve

    i. Appropriate budgetary allocation to meet the expenses

    ii. Establishment of student union in the college.

    iii. Directive guidelines for the teachers to be involved in the various extra curricular activities to supervise ,monitor & encourage students.

    Library

    1. Complete library available                                       :               Yes

    2. Presence of qualified librarian                               :               No

    3. Number of books/titles                                            :               27384

    4. Number of students read at a time                     :               60

    5. Numbers of journals subscribing per year        :               Local (available), JAMA, BMJ

    6. AC facility                                                                        :               Available in reading room

    7. Daily open hours                                                         :               08 AM to 02:30 PM

    8. Separate space for teachers                                   :               Present

    9. Number of books issued last year                        :               10000 (Approximately)

    10. Photocopy facilities                                                  :               Present

    11. Internet facility at library                                       :               Absent

    Updating CME/CPD

    1. Clinico-pathological meetings conducted last year        : 40

    2. Departmental Updating                                                           : All departments exercise

    3. MEU CME                                                                                       : 12

    4. Journal Club                                                                                   : Departmental & regular

    5. Workshops                                                                                    : 6 clinical & 3 administrative

    6. Seminars                                                                                         :  20

    Administrative Meetings

    1. Academic Council Meetings

    a. Regular            : 6

    b. Emergency    : 2

    2. Committee Meetings                : 46

    3. Disciplinary meeting   : 4

    Audiovisual Aids

    1. Multimedia: yes

    2. OHP:           yes

    Linkages

    1. Linkage with overseas organizations / institutes: Yes

    2. Name of the organizations

    a. TDR/WHO

    b. Mahidul University Bangkok,Thailand

    c. Osaka university, Japan

    Overseas Visitors

    1. Prof. Amal Krishna Mitra               – Biomedical research

    USA                       – How to write protocol

    1. Prof. Zubair Amin                             – Simulation in medical education

    SINGAPORE

    1. Prof. Ziauddin Ahmed                    – Doctor- patient relationship & ethics

    USA

    1. Prof. J.M. Hans                                                 – Cochlear implantation

    USA

    1. Prof. Anette Sacobsen                  -Lecture on Paediatrics Urology

                                    SINGAPORE

    1. Prof. Warren T. Snodqrass           -Hypospadias

    USA

    Problems which DMC faced last year

    1. College under went sine die for 7 days.
    2. Few auto vacations by the students.
    3. Fund crisis for Student extracurricular activities.
    4. Space limitation for the teachers, post graduate students, tutorials, practical class for preclinical students, lack of proper laboratory facilities for postgraduate & undergraduate students.
    5. Vehicle and driver shortage interfered RFST program and other academic and administrative works.

    Possible suggestions for solving the mentioned problems

    1. DMC -2 building should be functioning  as early as possible with all modern facilities.
    2. Tutorial class room shortage may be overcome temporarily by reallocation of space
    3. Hard punishments for auto vacation should be implemented.
    4. Strict maintenance of percentage in lecture/tutorial classes.
    5. Care should be taken to collect prior fund for regular RFST/extracurricular activities.
    6. As a centre of excellence DMC library should be modernized.
    1. 1.       Table I: General impression of course (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    49

    26.48%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    60

    32.43%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    46

    24.86%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    19

    10.27%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    6

    3.24%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    1

    0.54%

    Not responded

    4

    2.16%

    Total

    185

    100%

    1. 2.       Table II:  Administration of course (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    39

    21.08%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    43

    23.24%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    70

    37.83%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    22

    11.89%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    3

    1.62%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    1

    0.54%

    Not responded

    7

    3.78%

    Total

    185

    100%

     3.      Quality of teaching

    a.Table III: Rating of quality of teaching (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    48

    25.94%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    57

    30.81%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    62

    33.51%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    12

    6.48%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    4

    2.16%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    0

    0

    Not responded

    2

    1.08%

    Total

    185

    100%

     b.Table IV: Information regarding learning objectives (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    46

    24.86%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    45

    24.32%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    71

    38.37%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    16

    8.64%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    4

    2.16%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    1

    0.54%

    Not responded

    2

    1.08%

    Total

    185

    100%

    c. Table V: Suitability of teaching methods (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    32

    17.29%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    53

    28.64%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    69

    37.29%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    22

    11.89%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    7

    3.78%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    1

    0.54%

    Not responded

    1

    0.54%

    Total

    185

    100%

     4.      Assessment:

    a.Table VI: Information regarding assessment (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    57

    30.81%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    57

    30.81%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    57

    30.81%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    10

    5.40%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    2

    1.08%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    1

    0.54%

    Not responded

    1

    0.54%

    Total

    185

    100%

     b.Table VII: Fairness of assessment examination (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    66

    35.67%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    47

    25.40%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    52

    28.10%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    9

    4.86%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    2

    1.08%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    5

    2.70%

    Not responded

    4

    2.16%

    Total

    185

    100%

    c.Table VIII: Helpfulness of the assessment (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    44

    23.78%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    67

    36.21%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    47

    25.40%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    10

    5.40%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    11

    5.94%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    5

    2.70%

    Not responded

    1

    0.54%

    Total

    185

    100%

    5.      Staff (helpful/approachable)

    Table IX: Staff (helpful/approachable) n=185

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    41

    22.16%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    56

    30.27%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    43

    23.24%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    18

    9.72%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    16

    8.64%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    9

    4.86%

    Not responded

    2

    1.08%

    Total

    185

    100%

    6.      Facilities:

    a.Table X: Overall quality of facilities/equipments for general teaching (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    37

    20.00%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    59

    31.89%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    55

    29.72%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    21

    11.35%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    8

    4.32%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    4

    2.16%

    Not responded

    1

    0.54%

    Total

    185

    100%

     b.Table XI: Quality of clinical facilities (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    31

    16.75%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    48

    25.94%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    55

    29.72%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    25

    13.51%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    15

    8.10%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    7

    3.78%

    Not responded

    4

    2.16%

    Total

    185

    100%

     c.Table XII: Quality of library facilities (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    38

    20.54%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    53

    28.64%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    59

    31.89%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    19

    10.27%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    8

    4.32%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    6

    3.24%

    Not responded

    2

    1.08%

    Total

    185

    100%

    7.      General Environment:

    a.Table XIII: Teaching environment (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    36

    19.45%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    61

    32.97%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    48

    25.94%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    26

    14.05%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    5

    2.70%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    3

    1.62%

    Not responded

    2

    1.08%

    Total

    185

    100%

     b. Table XIV: Satisfied/dissatisfied with living environment (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    37

    20.00%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    60

    32.43%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    52

    28.10%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    18

    9.72%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    15

    8.10%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    2

    1.08%

    Not responded

    1

    0.54%

    Total

    185

    100%

    c.Table XV: Where did you live during-time? (n=185)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    At home

    133

    73.07%

    In a hostel

    37

    20.32%

    Not responded

    12

    6.59%

    Total

    182

    100%

    1. Table I: General impression of course (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    5

    10.20%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    3

    6.12%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    26

    53.06%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    11

    22.44%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    3

    6.12%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    1

    2.04%

    Total

    49

    100%

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    2

    4.08%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    5

    10.20%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    26

    53.06%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    9

    18.36%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    4

    8.16%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    3

    6.12%

    Total

    49

    100%

    2.       Table II:  Administration of course (n=49) 132(85%)   

    3.Quality of teaching

    a.Table III: Rating of quality of teaching (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    4

    8.16%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    26

    53.06%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    11

    22.44%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    5

    10.20%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    2

    4.08%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    1

    2.04%

    Total

    49

    100%

    b.Table IV: Information regarding learning objectives (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    4

    8.16%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    11

    22.44%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    14

    28.57%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    16

    32.65%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    1

    2.04%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    3

    6.12%

    Total

    49

    100%

     C. Table V: Suitability of teaching methods (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    7

    14.28%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    3

    6.12%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    19

    38.77%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    14

    28.57%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    2

    4.08%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    4

    8.16%

    Total

    49

    100%

    4      .Assessment:

    1. Table VI: Information regarding assessment (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    14

    28.57%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    12

    24.48%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    13

    26.53%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    7

    14.28%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    2

    4.08%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    1

    2.04%

    Total

    49

    100%

    1. Table VII: Fairness of assessment examination (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    3

    6.12%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    17

    34.69%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    14

    28.57%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    13

    26.53%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    1

    2.04%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    1

    2.04%

    Total

    49

    100

    1. Table VIII: Helpfulness of the assessment (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    4

    8.16%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    15

    30.61%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    13

    26.53%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    8

    16.32%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    6

    12.24%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    3

    6.12%

    Total

    49

    100%

    5         Staff (helpful/approachable)

    Table IX: Staff (helpful/approachable) (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    10

    20.40%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    10

    20.40%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    17

    34.69%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    6

    12.24%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    6

    12.24%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    0

    0%

    Total

    49

    100%

    6         Facilities:

    1. Table X: Overall quality of facilities/equipments for general teaching (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    12

    24.48%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    15

    30.61%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    14

    28.57%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    7

    14.28%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    1

    2.04%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    0

    0%

    Total

    49

    100%

    1. Table XI: Quality of clinical facilities (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    10

    20.40%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    16

    32.65%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    12

    24.48%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    9

    18.36%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    2

    4.08%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    0

    0%

    Total

    49

    100%

    1. Table XII: Quality of library facilities (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    8

    16.32%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    9

    18.36%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    12

    24.48%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    9

    18.36%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    4

    8.16%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    7

    14.28%

    Total

    49

    100%

     7         General Environment:

    1. Table XIII: Teaching environment (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    4

    8.16%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    9

    18.36%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    18

    36.73%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    14

    28.57%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    2

    4.08%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    2

    4.08%

    Total

    49

    100%

    1. Table XIV: Satisfied/dissatisfied with living environment (n=49)

    Scoring of satisfaction

    Number (n)

    Percentage

    Score 6

    Fully satisfied

    3

    6.12%

    Score 5

    moderately satisfied

    10

    20.40%

    Score 4

    mildly satisfied

    11

    22.44%

    Score 3

    mildly unsatisfied

    14

    28.57%

    Score 2

    moderately unsatisfied

    4

    8.16%

    Score 1

    Fully unsatisfied

    7

    14.28%

    Total

    49

    100%

     Quality Assurance Handbook Supplement

    External examiner’s report

    1. Assessment process:

    a)      Assessment regulations:-

    Assessment

    Yes

    Percentage

    No

    Percentage

    Not responded

    The assessment regulations were rigorously adhered to

    9

    100%

    0

    0

    0

    The regulations appeared to have been understood by students

    9

    100%

    0

    0

    0

    The regulations appeared to have been understood by staff

    9

    100%

    0

    0

    0

     b)      Internal assessment procedures and documentation:-

    Assessment

    Yes

    Percentage

    No

    Percentage

    Not responded

    The internal assessment procedures were satisfactory

    9

    100%

    0

    0

    0

    Records of in course assessment were available

    7

    77.77%

    0

    0

    2 (22.22%)

    Records of in course assessment were adequate

    7

    77.77%

    0

    0

    2 (22.22%)

    Examination papers and scripts were readily available

    9

    100%

    0

    0

    0

    Opportunity was given to scrutinize examination scripts

    8

    88.88%

    0

    0

    1 (11.11%)

     c)       Quality of assessments/examination papers:-

    Assessment

    Yes

    Percentage

    No

    Percentage

    Not responded

    The quality of assessments (clinical & practical) was appropriate and adequate

    9

    100%

    0

    0

    0

    The quality of written examination questions was appropriate and adequate

    6

    66.66%

    1

    11.11%

    2 (22.22%)

     d)      Standard of marking:-

    The standard of marking by internal examiners was, in general

     

    Number(n)

    Percentage (%)

    Not responded

    1)       Slightly low

    0

    0

    1 (11.11%)

    2)       About right

    7

    77.77%

    3)       Slightly high

    1

    11.11%

     2.      Student performance:-

    a)      Quality of learning outcomes:-

    The level of learning outcome demonstrated by students in relation to knowledge was, on average

     

    Number(n)

    Percentage (%)

    1)       Below expectation

    1

    11.11%

    2)       About right

    7

    77.77%

    3)       Above expectation

    1

    11.11%

    The level of learning outcome demonstrated by students in relation to skills was, on average

     

    Number(n)

    Percentage (%)

    4)       Below expectation

    1

    11.11%

    5)       About right

    8

    88.88%

    6)       Above expectation

    0

    0

    The level of learning outcome demonstrated by students in relation to attitude was, no average

     

    Number(n)

    Percentage (%)

    Not responded

    1)       Below expectation

    1 (11.11%)

    2)       About right

    8

    88.88%

    3)       Above expectation

     b.Performance in relation to pass/fail criteria:-

    The percentage of students meeting the criteria for passing the examination was

    Percentage %

    Number

    Not responded

    >90%

    6

    1 (11.11%)

    81-90%

    2

    71-80%

    0

    61-70%0
    51-60%

    0

    41-50%

    0

    31-40%

    0

     c.Comparative performance:-

    Overall, the performance of the students in relation to students in other Medical College was

     

    Number(n)

    Percentage (%)

    1)       Slightly low

    0

    0

    2)       About right

    1

    11.11%

    3)       Slightly high

    8

    88.88%

     Arrangement of the External Examiners

    AssessmentYesPercentageNoPercentageNot responded
    Arrangements for travel, accommodation and expenses were appropriate and adequate

     

    4

     

    44.44%00

    5 (55.55%)

     

     Dhaka Medical College, The largest medical institute in the country is serving the people with utmost compliance and dignity. We have 241 teachers with 932 undergraduate and 972 post-graduate students in 40 disciplines. We are very proud that we served 8,54,600 outpatients,92450 inpatients and performed 27501 operation in 2009 by 977 efficient doctors of different level. Besides innumerable emergencies throughout the year and during special disastrous situations are being faced and served each year. Even then we are ready to serve the more out and in patients and emergencies in the near future through different department. So from the point of regarding teaching to undergraduate and postgraduate student, providing the extensive and comprehensive services to huge number of patient this institute is a very good platform for being serving as a medical university.

    Dhaka Medical College

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