MBBS/BDS 1st Year: Complete all Professional Communication assignments with passing marks
MBBS 1st & 2nd Year: Obtain passing marks in Behavioral Sciences & Research Module assessments
MBBS 2nd Year: Presentation in Journal club at least twice in a year
MBBS 4th & Final Year: CPC Presentation at least once in a year
Skills Labs: Must be completed with passing marks
Research Paper must be completed before MBBS 4 Professional Examination
Failure To Meet The Eligibility Requirement
Will not be allowed to sit in 1st attempt of Professional Examination.
Will be allowed to sit in the re-take. BUT only if all deficiencies of eligibility criteria for professional examination (excluding deficiency of class attendance and deficiency of aggregate marks) have been met.
Approved by the Jinnah Medical & Dental College Academic Council on Tuesday,
January 18, 2022
Health Sciences students are required to place a high value on personal appearance, including attire. The reasons are rooted in concerns for infection control, communication and cultural sensitivity. This document sets forth standards for dress and appearance necessary to meet the service and the educational objectives of a professional health care worker. The message communicated by the care giver by his/her dress and appearance plays a fundamental role in establishing this trust and confidence. Students should consider the cultural sensitivities of their most conservative potential patients and present yourself in a manner that will earn their respect, ensure their trust, and make feel comfortable.
White coat with name badges identifying you as a medical student must be worn at all times and clearly visible to those with whom you are interacting.
Good personal hygiene is to be maintained at all times.
Avoid distracting perfumes or colognes (may precipitate allergies or sensitivities).
Cosmetics should be used in moderation.
Hair should be neat, clean and nicely trimmed.
Hair should be styled off the face and out of the eyes.
Shoulder length hair must be secured to avoid interference with patients and work.
Beards/mustaches must be neatly trimmed.
Keep jewelry at a minimum (represents potential for cross-infection).
The following are permitted: a watch, up to four rings, small earrings (large earrings are distracting and may be pulled through the ear)
Dress, Shoes and Hand Care
Clothing should be clean, professionally styled and in good repair.
Men: Tailored trousers, dress shirt, polo shirts, full length jeans is appropriate attire.
Women: Dress shirts of knee length, ankle length trousers and jeans is the appropriate attire.
Shoes must be comfortable, clean and good repair. Shoes should be worn with socks or hose.
A shirt may not be left untucked.
Fingernails should be clean and of short to medium length. Muted tones of nail polish are appropriate for women. No artificial nails.
The Following Items Are Specifically Prohibited In The Hospital Or Clinic Situations
Sandals or open.,toed shoes, high-heeled shoes .
Midriff tops, tee shirts, halter, translucent or transparent tops with plunging necklines, tank tops or sweatshirts.
Extremes in neckline or hemlines are inappropriate. Dress sweaters may be worn .
Legging torn short length jeans, stretch tights or athletic clothing (sweats or jogging outfits) are not appropriate
Unsecured long hair .
The hospital expects you to follow the Dress code strictly .