1. These constitute the clinical years. Student’ Performance during the three years shall be assessed by means of Progressive Assessment and by the final examination, each carrying 50% of the marks.
  2. Progressive assessment shall be based on periodic evaluation from clinical evaluation.by clinical supervisors and the end-of-posting examination.
  3. The Final MB;BS examination shall consist of three parts.The final examinations shall test both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. No student shall pass a clinical subject unless he obtains 50% in the Practical examinations. The practical examination shall constitute 50% of the total marks for each clinical subject.The final examinations shall test both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. No student shall pass a clinical subject unless he obtains 50% in the Practical examinations. The practical examination shall constitute 50% of the total marks for each clinical subject.
    1. Part I: This shall be held 22-24 months from commencement of the clinical programme. The subject to be examined shall be:
      1. Pathology (Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology); Medical Microbiology and Parasitology, Haematology, Chemical Pathology and Immunology).
      2. Pharmacology and Therapeutics.
    2. Parts II: This shall be held about 4 months after Part I. The subjects to be examined shall be:
      1. Paediatrics and Child Health
      2. Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
    1. Part III: This shall be held 6-8 months after Part II. The subjects to be examined shall be:
      1. Medicine including Behavioural Sciences.
      2. Surgery including all surgical specialties as well as Anaesthesia and Radiology.
      3. Epidemiology & Community Health.
  1. The final examinations shall test both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. No student shall pass a clinical subject unless he obtains 50% in the Practical examinations. The practical examination shall constitute 50% of the total marks for each clinical subject.
  2. External examiners shall be required to take part in the conduct of the final examinations.

The Final MB;BS Parts I, II, & III resit examinations:
A candidate who fails in any subject in each final examinations shall be required to write the papers failed within 3 months of the initial attempt, Any candidate who fails the second attempt shall be required to repeat the year (including Clerkship and Progressives Assessment the subject failed) before the third and attempt. Thereafter if the candidate fails, he shall be required to withdraw from the MB;BS programme.

MB;BS Evaluation.

  1. Successful completion of Clinical COBES posting with score not below 50% at 500 and 600 Level is a pre-requisite for graduation from the Medical school.
  2. Successful Completion and pass of GNS courses is a prerequisite for graduation from the Medical School
  3. The degree of MB;BS shall be an unclassified degree.
  4. Distinction shall be awarded to a student obtaining 70% and above in any subject of the Basic Medical Sciences or in any of the Clinical subjects.
  5. The distinction shall be indicated in the MB;BS certificate.