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Practice of Medicine is one of the clinical subjects included in undergraduate courses of medical science / Human science carried under medical Universities in different parts of India & world wide.

It is the mother of all the specialties’ as far as medicine is considered. It’s a vast subject and many sister branches / specialties fall under its ambute.

Due to its vastness; with utility to nearabout every practitioner, teacher it plays important part in every ones life.

This subject imparts knowledge with regards to epidemiology, aetiology, C/F,  Diagnosis, Investigations, Differential Diagnosis Management of each and every disease entity.

Hence the subject is taught from 3rd BHMS onwards including 3rd BHMS & Final BHMS. The subject matter infused in 3rd BHMS is Respiratory, GIT; immunology, environmental factors, radiation responsible for disease and Genetics responsible for diseaase.

The course matter for 4th BHMS includes CVS, Blood, Genito urinary, Endochronology, CNS,Dermatology, Psychiatry, CTD, Paediatrics, Geriatrics Infectioned tropical, Nutritional & Metabolic etc.

Detailed, systematically planned lessons with regards to the respective class of BHMS is imparted, taking help of audiovisual tools to ensure the grapsing of each & every students.

These students are posed to the practical exposure through regular clinical classes conducted in the well equipped college hospital. Where students actually see the patients and they are trained how to examine, diagnose & how the line of treatment is set.

This is done in the presence of the trained Faculty with ragards to examination, diagnosis & selecting the line of treatment for the patients.

Hence this helps the students to develop the skill of applying theoretical knowledge to practical / clinical aspect of Medicine.

Hospital is well equipped with ECG machine, Pathology lab & X-Ray machine.

Hospital with in door beds.

Male Ward

Male General Ward



Female General Ward

Female General Ward



X-Ray Unit

X-Ray Unit

Pathology Lab

Pathology Lab

Dr. Anil Nemichand Binayake

Dr. Anil Nemichand Binayake

  • Desgnation : Professor  
  • Qualification : G.C.E.H., M.D. (Hom)
  • MCH Registration No.: 10048, 16-06-1983
  • Date of Birth : 09-06-1958
  • Experience : 26 Yrs.
  • Mobile No : 9823611854
  • E-mail Id : binayakeanil@yahoo.in
  • Address : 12, Annapurna Heights, Kala Nagar, Pokar Colony, MERI, Dindori Rd, Nashik
Dr. Nilesh Vinayak Dhawankar

Dr. Nilesh Vinayak Dhawankar

  • Desgnation : Associate Professor / Reader
  • Qualification : B.H.M.S., M. D. (Hom)
  • MCH Registration No.: 25604, 02-09-1997
  • Date of Birth : 07-12-1971
  • Experience : 14 Yrs.
  • Mobile No : 9822739219
  • E-mail Id : docnil2001@yahoo.co.in
  • Address : Flat.2 Shree Ganeshvandan Apartment, Siddheshwar Nagar, Old Saikheda Rd, Dasak, Jail Rd Nashik 
Dr. Pasad Gulabrao Kapadni

Dr. Pasad Gulabrao Kapadni

  • Desgnation : Associate Professor / Reader
  • Qualification : B.H.M.S.
  • MCH Registration No.: 30147, 23-03-2000
  • Date of Birth : 01-06-1977
  • Experience : 12 Yrs.
  • Mobile No : 8805549494
  • E-mail Id : pgkapadni@rediffmail.com
  • Address : Swami Samarth Niwas, Somwar Peth, Chandwad, Dist. Nashik
DR. U. R. AHER

DR. U. R. AHER

  • Desgnation : Guest Reader
  • Qualification : M.B.B.S., FCPS Medicine
  • Registration No.: 2006/01/236, 24-01-2006
  • Date of Birth : 13-04-1982
  • Experience : 01 Yr.
  • Mobile No : 9222280442
  • Email Id : 
  • Address : C/o. Radhakrishna Hospital, Chinchkhed Chofuli, Pimpalgaon (B), Dist. Nashik
DR. V. S. JAIN

DR. V. S. JAIN

  • Desgnation : Assistant Professor  
  • Qualification : B.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)
  • MCH Registration No.: 48250, 05-05-2009
  • Date of Birth : 16-06-1986
  • Experience : 01 Yr.
  • Mobile No : 9922551167
  • E-mail Id : dr.virajsjain@gmail.com
  • Address : Bajar Tal, At.Post. Nyahalod, Tal & Dist. Dhule
DR. N. T. AHER

DR. N. T. AHER

  • Desgnation : Assistant Professor  
  • Qualification : B.H.M.S., M. D. (Hom)
  • MCH Registration No.: 45744, 11-08-2008
  • Date of Birth : 07-07-1984
  • Experience : 01 Yr.
  • Mobile No : 9860825688
  • E-mail Id : www.pritaher@gmail.com
  • Address : Flat No. 7, Shankarpuri Apart., Kamatwada Road, Trimurti Chowk, Nashik
Dr. Ms. P.J.Pagar

Dr. Ms. P.J.Pagar

  • Desgnation : Assistant Professor  
  • Qualification : B.H.M.S., M. D. (Hom)
  • MCH Registration No.: 56583, 05-06-2012
  • Date of Birth : 01-01-1982
  • Experience : 02 Yrs.
  • Mobile No : 9175426688
  • E-mail Id : drpratibhapagar11@gmail.com
  • Address : Shete Building, Sinner Phata, Railway Station, Nashik Road, Nashik

Month & YearNo. of Student AppearedNo. of Students Passed% of Result
Summer-2012 27 25 92.59
Winter-2012 39 37 94.87
Summer-2013 16 16 100
Winter-2013 46 46 100.00
Summer-2014 21 16 76.00
Winter-2014 44 42 95.46
Summer-2015 28  24   85.71 
Winter-2015 64  59  92.19 
Summer-2016 37 34 82.00
Winter-2016 55 48 88.00

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Month & Year of ExamName of the Student
Summer-2012 Mr. Harish Manohar Chaudhari
Winter-2012 Mr. Ganesh Dhanu Gavhane
Summer-2013 Miss. Komal Ashok Jain
Winter-2013 Miss. Shraddha Kalyanrao Deshmukh
Summer-2014 Miss. Kiran Baban Jadhav
Winter-2014 Miss. Shalini Mukhdev Sharma
Summer-2015 Miss. Sirsat Priyanka Pandurang
Winter-2015 Miss. Pachorkar Rohini
 Summer-2016 Miss. Chhajed Amrapali Manoj 
Winter-2016  Miss. Chothani Khyati Naresh 
Summer-2017 Miss. Ansari Shaban Mansoor

Departmental Library is for the ref. of books for the department which includes more than 91 books.

  • Syllabus & Curriculam
  • Advance Teaching Programme
  • Paper Pattern

Course Outcome

Course Outcome (UG)

Homoeopathy has a distinct approach to the concept of disease.

It recognizes an ailing individual by studying patient as a whole rather than in terms of sick parts.

Hence it emphasizes the study of the man, in state of health and state of illness.

The study of above concept of disease is achievable only when the illness is studied or taught in manner which depicts the diseased condition in following attributes:

  • Correlation of disease condition with basic Anatomy, physiology & biochemistry and pathology.
  • Knowledge of Aetiology, clinical presentations, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, prognosis and its management.
  • This knowledge should be grasped in terms of application on the suffering being.

The diagnosis of the disease is sorted out so as to develop the understanding in the students about the disease and its origin. This allows the student to explore the history of disease in patient and his or her family.

Hence this helps the student to correlate the history to the case in hand in more comprehensive and convincing manner.

In course outcome section as far as 3rd BHMS is concerned, we impart thorough knowledge to the students, as per the syllabus prescribed. This work is divided categorically as under:

Respiratory, GIT diseases, Hepatobilliary diseases, Genetics, Immunology, Environmental factors and disorders related to electrolyte imbalances. Additionally the knowledge of clinical examination of the above mentioned system is been dealt with in clinical classes.

Similarly the syllabus of 4th BHMS is also being also catered with all the theoretical and clinical aspect as mentioned bellow:

Nutritional and metabolic disease, blood, endocrinal disease, infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, urogenital disease, central nervous system, rheumatology, STD, tropical disease, pediatrics, geriartrics. This knowledge is supported by the clinical exposure of students to cases seen in clinics in clinical classes.   

The above curriculum of 3rd and 4th BHMS is achieved in prescribed time ascribed by the CCH and competent authorities as follows:

For 3rd BHMS theory hours to be conducted are 75 hours and 75 hours of practical is to be engaged.

For 4th BHMS theory of 180 hours and 75 hours of practical is to be engaged.

Course Outcome (PG)

Homoeopathy has a distinct approach to the concept of disease. It recognizes an ailing     individual by studying patient as a whole rather than in terms of sick parts.

Hence it emphasizes the study of the man, in state of health and state of illness.

The study of above concept of disease is achievable only when the illness is studied or taught in manner which depicts the diseased condition in following attributes:

  • Approach towards the case in relation to its basic causative element.
  • A vast variation of any disease must be correlated with all the disciplines of management with its merits and demerits.
  • Classical Case recording must be mastered in every aspect
  • Each and every disease must be studied in research based manner.
  • This will help the student to study the case in great depth so as to ensure the total annihilation of disease.

In course outcome section as far as PG is concerned, we impart thorough knowledge to the students, as per the syllabus prescribed. This work is divided categorically as under:

Respiratory, GIT diseases, Hepatobilliary diseases, Genetics, Immunology, Environmental factors and disorders related to electrolyte imbalances. Additionally the knowledge of clinical examination of the above mentioned system is been dealt with in clinical classes. Nutritional and metabolic disease, blood, endocrinal disease, infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, urogenital disease, central nervous system, rheumatology, STD, tropical disease, pediatrics, geriatrics. This knowledge is supported by the clinical exposure of students to cases seen in clinics in clinical classes.  

The above curriculum of PG is achieved in prescribed time ascribed by the CCH and competent authorities as follows.

The PG student is exposed to the student of UG through the activities of lectures which are assessed by the competent subject expert as per the PG curriculum.

They are also exposed to the research activities in the field of medicine so as to promote the research in more convincing manner with the help pf THRSIS work on topics which are challenging for the Homoeopathic field and of good help for the patients.

Program Specific Outcome

Program Specific Outcome (U G)

Here the overall assessment of the student at the end of the course is inferred. As far as medicine is concerned the following specific course outcome is expected from passing out UG student:

  • Knowledge of Medicine, a successful Homoeopathic graduate could be able to differentiate curability and incurability in his day to day practice. 
  • Identification of uncommon, peculiar or individualistic symptoms of a diagnosed case with the help knowledge of medicine.
  • This will help the passed out student to build the totality of symptoms as per the principles of Homoeopathy, which will help to make a sensible Homoeopathic prescription, considering diagnosis disease and diagnosis of patient as a person. 
  • Knowledge of Homoeopathic posology will be correctly applied by the Homoeopathic physician through correct knowledge of diagnosis.
  • Miasmatic analysis of a case can be made possible by the knowledge of disease entity.
  • A physician is enabled by the knowledge of medicine as a subject to chalk-out the Homoeopathic therapeutic plan when the uncommon symptoms are deficient in the case.

Program Specific Outcome (PG)

Here the overall assessment of the student at the end of the course is inferred. As far as medicine is concerned the following specific course outcome is expected from passing out PG student:

  • Utilize homoeopathic science as a medical discipline considering the treatment in holistic, dynamic and humanitarian way.
  • Should indulge in homoeopathic practice considering bio-socio-psycho-spiritual aspects so as to manage and preserve Health.
  • Must utilize the opportunity to take the case in skillful manner to retrieve the uncommon peculiar in patient causing illness.
  • Must practice the reason-gifted mode of medicine in manner which provides proofs and evidences of result brought forward after consumption of Homoeopathic medicine.
  • Must utilize the standard methods termed in organon of Medicine for documenting the case treated with the use of principles of Homoeopathy.
  • Characteristic features in chronic and acute cases must be identified and utilized in its management.
  • Should be able to understand the role of vital force in altered susceptibility in disease and health
  • Miasmatic analysis of each case must be drawn so as to understand the influence of Miasm in diseases.
  • One must practice the method of processing clinical data collected from the patients to reach to Hahnemann totality, utilizing the principles.
  • Must be able to identify the acute, chronic and intercurrent phases of totality in the case
  • Must utilize the knowledge of repertory and its proper selection in different types of cases.
  • Must possess the immense knowledge of posology, repetition of doses appropriately with time management.
  • Must utilize knowledge of management of the case with respect to diet and regimen.
  •  Must always be in position to identify the limitations of the pathy with respect to curability.
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