Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)
- In the BDS program, Evaluation is a continuous and ongoing effort rather than a one-time assessment. The curriculum places equal importance in assessing the theoretical knowledge as well as the practical and clinical skills of a student.
- As prescribed by the affiliating university (KUHS), a minimum of three internal assessments out of which, the final one being a model exam.
- It is ensured that the internal examination schedule is aligned with the university academic calendar. Examination syllabi are published well ahead of the scheduled dates of the exams.
- Internal assessment exams are conducted in a centralized manner under the supervision of the examination cell of the institution.
- Timely valuation of the answer scripts is also ensured.
- The corrected answer scripts are distributed among the students and any grievances arising are addressed by the faculty concerned.
- Remedial measures are sought for underperforming students in the form of retests and learning reinforcements. The process is repeated for the subsequent assessment exams.
- For the MDS program, regular written tests are conducted at the department level for all years of study with a feedback and reinforcement system.
- A centralized internal examination (periodic test) is also conducted for first year, second year, and third year post-graduate students in a manner similar to those conducted for the undergraduate students.