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IF) STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

IF1) Course Outcomes (CO), Program Outcomes (PO) & Program specific outcomes (PSO)

The Course Outcomes (COs): They are the resultant knowledge skills the student acquires at the end of a course. It defines the cognitive processes a course provides.

Program Outcomes (POs): Represents the knowledge, skills and attitudes the students should have at the end of a 4 & ½ year Ayurvedic Curriculum along with 1 year compulsory internship program framed by CCIM India.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs): PSOs are statements that describe what the graduates of a specific Ayurved program should be able to do.

BAMS course (UG)
After completion of BAMS 4 &1/2 year course & 1 year compulsory internship program, students will be able to -

Knowledge / Cognitive :

Following completion of BAMS course students will be able to

Understand the Ayurveda through all its relevant sources (Compendium, Commentaries etc).

Understand the basic principles of Ayurveda.

Diagnose and treat patient through Ayurveda.

Understand Ayurvedic Methodology for diagnosing a patient correctly.

Get knowledge to prepare the various Ayurved Drugs by various methods mentioned through classics.

Identify the herbal drugs along with their nomenclature, habitat, specifications & their acting property.

Identify various toxic plants and their hazardous effect on humans along with their antidotes.

Skills / Psychomotor :

Following completion of BAMS course students will be able to

Check a patient by taking proper history, diagnosing the patient by using various methodologies or steps mentioned in Ayurveda.

Treat a patient with the help various treatment measures mentioned in Ayurveda like Panchkarma, Purvakarma etc.

Perform skilled Panchakarma procedures along with its previous & post procedures.

Other procedures mentioned in Ayurvedic classics apart from Panchkarma viz. Ksharkarma, Agnikarma, Seevankarma, Bhedana & Lekhana etc.(Ashtavidh Shastrakarma), Bandhana (Bandaging), Marma Chikitsa correctly & neatly.

Do research on certain topics of Ayurveda and can prove the uniqueness of Ayurveda as a life science.

Attitude & Behaviour / Affetive:

Following completion of BAMS course students will be able to

Talk & behave politely with the patient and their relatives.

Counsel and convince the patient and the relatives regarding the disease & the line of treatment.

Retrieve, evaluate & use Ayurved information regarding contemporary issues in the world & relevant to their day to day lives.

Access health care literacy and adapt to the patients comprehension while educating them about their medical condition and treatment.

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