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Aim and Objectives

Aims and objectives

Aims

            To provide prerequisite knowledge, skills and attitudes for basic medical studies and develop learning behavior suitable for continuing medical education

Departmental Objectives

            At the end of the course:

Knowledge

            The learner should be able to:

  1. describe some organisms causing health problems in community
  2. explain the structure and functions of the mammalian body systems

Skill

            The learner should be able to:

  1. identify some of the pathogenic parasites and common vectors affecting the health of man

Attitude

            The learner should be able to:

  1. establish a habit of scientific approach on accurate observation and experiments and drawing of valid conclusions
  2. develop learning behavior suitable for continuing medical education

 

 

First year MBBS – one year

ZOOLOGY CURRICULM

SR

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

CONTENTS

T/L HRS

TOTAL HRS

LEC.

PRAC.

1.

At the end of the session the students shouldbe able to:

1.1   explain the  how to define  life

How to define life 

1.1 Organization
1.2 Acquire material  and energy
1.3 Homeostasis
1.4 Growth
1.5 Response
1.6 Reproduction
1.7 Capacity to evolve 

                         

 

4

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4

2.

2.1  describe the characters of   some   invertebrate & vertebrate Phyla 

 

Animals Kingdom

2.1 Classification of   animals            according  to  phyla.
2.2 Some organisms  causing health           problem in  human
2.3 The place of   human in nature
 

 

4

4

8

3.

3.1 identify the poisonous snakes  with their specific  poisonous characters
3.2 explain the  effect of  venoms 

 

Poisonous Snakes 3.1 Characters of         poisonous and   non-poisonous  snakes 

3.2 Venoms & their symptoms

4

2

6

4.

4.1   describe the  four major  groups of somatic  tissues 

 

Four main Tissues

4.1 Epithelial tissues
4.2 Connective   tissue
4.3 Muscular tissues
4.4 Nervous tissues

 

 

6

8

14

5.

5.1  Describe the  nature of   behavior 5.2  Distinguish   instinct and   learning
5.3  Name the categories of  learning


Nature of behavior
5.1  Nature of  behavior
5.2  Instinct and Learning
5.3  Categories of  learning 
 

 

3

2

5

6.

6.1  explain the  development of a mammals 

 

Reproductive system 

6.1  Fertilization,   early embryonic          development ,   further development 

 

4

2

6

7.

7.1  describe the  general structure  of the mammalian skin

7.2   explain the  function of the     mammalian skin

Integumentary  system

7.1  General  structure of   integument
7.2  Functions of the  integument

 

4

2

6

8.

8.1  explain the   functions of the         skeletal system
8.2  distinguish the  bones of the             axial skeleton 
8.3   distinguish the bones of the         appendicular skeleton
8.4   describe the types of joints 
 

 

Skeletal system 

8.1  Functions of the  skeleton 

8.2   Axial skeleton of  mammal

8.3   Appendicular skeleton of          mammal
8.4 Type of Joints 

 

6

4

10

9.

9.1  compare  the types of  muscles
9.2  explain how   muscles work to          move body  parts
9.3  Relate how  muscles work in 
 pairs 

 

Muscular system

9.1  Types of   muscles  9.2  Integration of   bone, tendon and   muscle
9.3  Antagonistic  muscles and   their action 

 

3

2

5

10.

10.1  describe the  structure of the             mammalian  digestive system
10.2  state the   general   histology of the  gut wall

10.3 explain the  nutrition & digestion 

 

Digestive  system

10.1 Parts of the  digestive  system
10.2 Structure of   the gut wall   
10.3 Nutrition,digestion,   absorption, assimilation &egestion 

 

6

4

10

11.

11.1  describe the   structure of the            mammalian    respirator    system 11.2  state the   mechanism of   respiratio


11.1  Respiratory  system of  a          mammal     
11.2  Mechanism of   breathing 
 

 

4

2

6

12.

12.1  explain  the components of             circulatory system and the functions            of blood
12.2  distinguish  open  & closed; single &  double circulations
12.3  describe the structure of the            mammalian heart  related to function
12.4 describe the Lymphatic system 
 

 

Circulatory  system

12.1  Blood,  arteries,  veins, capillaries
12.2  Types of circulation
12.3  Heart
12.4  Lymphatic  system
 

 

6

5

10

13.

13.1 describe the waste materials  of the body 
13.2 describe the  mammalian excretory system
13.3  distinguish the types of kidneys
 

 

Excretory system 
13.1 Excretory  organs & waste  materials 13.2  Structure of mammalian  kidney
13.3  Types of  kidneys

4

2

6

14.

14.1 distinguish the   3 types of neurons
 14.2 distinguish the  central nervous            system, peripheral   nervous system,            autonomic  nervous  system

 

Nervous system

  14.1 3 types of    neurons

14.2  Brain and spinal cord
14.3  Cranial and spinal  nerves
14.4 Sympathetic  and  parasympathetic   nerves

 

6

2

8

15.

15.1   describe the   endocrine              glands, their  hormones and  their respective  functions

 

Endocrine system
15.1  Endocrine   glands,  hormones & their functions

 

3

2

5

16.

16.1  describe the   morphology and diseases of   Entamoeba    histolyticaPlasmodium,     Ascaris lumbricoides Enterobius  vermicularis  and    Wuchereria   bancrofti 

Medical parasitology  
16.1   morphology   and  diseases   of Entamoeba  histolytica,   Plasmodium,   Ascaris lumbricoides,    Enterobius         Vermicularis  and   Wuchereria    bancrofti 

6

2

8

17.

17.1  distinguish the   three genera of            mosquitoes
17.2  describe their  life cycle of                   Culex, Aedes &  Anopheles   
17.3  describe the  morphology    and  diseases of  Musca domestica 
17.4  describe the morphology,           diseases &  control of Flea

Medical Entomology 

17.1  Morphology of    Culex, Aedes &               Anopheles   mosquitoes
17.2   life cycle of  Culex, Aedes &  Anopheles   
17.3    the morphology   and  diseases of   Musca domestica
17.4   the morphology , diseases & control     of  Flea 

4

4

8

 

 

 

77

48

125

 

 

Practical test 1,2

 

 

4

 

 

Theory test 1,2,3

 

 

6

 

 

Total hours

 

 

135

ZOOLOGY THEORY TEST  QUESTION TYPE

  1. Multiple Choice Questions(10Nos x2 marks) - 20 marks
  2. Essay Questions (2Nos x10 marks)                  - 20 marks

             (no choice)       

  1. Short Questions (2Nosx5 marks)                     - 10 marks

             (no choice)                           

   ZOOLOGY THEORY FINAL EXAMINATION  QUESTION TYPE

  1. Multiple Choice Questions(20Nos x2 marks) - 40 marks
  2. Essay Questions (4Nos x10 marks)                  - 40 marks

             (no choice)       

  1. Short Questions (4Nosx5 marks)                     - 20marks

             (no choice)           

Summative Assessment

                                               TOTAL  100 %

Class work 30%                  Final Theory 50 %                                   Final   Prac. 20%

  • T   Test  1  -  6  %                                        D  -  40                                                       D- 16
  • T   Test  2  -  6  %                                        P  -  25                                                       P - 10
  • T   Test  3  -  6  %                                      MP – 23                                                   MP -  9.2
  • Prac. Test  1- 6 %    -    Prac.  Test 2- 6 %   

      D  -  24  

      P  -  15

      MP -  13.8

Compartment system

 D        +          D         +          D         =  D   

 MP     +          P          +          P          =  P

MP      +          MP      +          P          =  F  

F           +         P          +          P          =  F                  

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