Preclinical Phase I 1,2 Anatomy,Physiology,Biochemistry,Community Medicine At the end of semester 2,University exams will be conducted in Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry
• Students need to clear Phase I Preclinical examinations before moving into Phase II.
• Supplementary examinations for I MBBS will be held by Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth, 6 Weeks after the publication of results of the original examinations, so as to enable students who fail in the original examinations to join the main batch.
Preclinical Phase II * 3,4,5 Pathology,Microbiology,Pharmacology,Forensic Medicine At the end of semester 5, University exams will be Conducted in
Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Forensic Medicine
Clinical Phase I * 6,7 Community Medicine,Ophthalmology,Oto Rhino Laryngology. At the end of semester 7, Universityexams will be conducted in Community Medicine, Ophthalmology,Oto Rhino Laryngology
*The students who fail these exams can proceed in their course study. However, they need to clear the previous examinations before appearing for the subsequent subjects.
Clinical Phase II 8,9 Medicine, Surgery,Orthopedics Obstetrics & Gynecology,Pediatrics. At the end of semester 9, University exams will be conducted in
Medicine, Surgery, Orthopedics, Obstetrics & Gynecology,

Clinical Posting & Duration

The clinical postings shall start in the beginning of 3rd semester and shall continue till the end of the 9th semester. The following is the list of subjects covered & total duration of clinical postings.


Number of Weeks

3rd Semester 18
4th Semester 22
 5th Semester 18
6th Semester 22
7th Semester 18
8th Semester 22
9th Semester 22
Total Weeks 142




Total duration(Wks)

General Medicine 26
Paediatrics 10
Tuberculosis& Chest Diseases 02
Skin & STD 06
Psychiatry 02
Radiology 02
General Surgery 26
Orthopaedics 10
Opthalmology 10
Ear, Nose And Throat 08
Obstetrics and  Gynaecology including Family Welfare Planning 24
Community Medicine 12
Casualty 02
Dentistry 02


After passing the III professional part-II examinations, a MBBS student will be eligible for the CRRI – Compulsory Rotatory Residential Internship training for a period of one year in the following subjects.

Community Medicine 2 months
Medicine 1-1/2 months
Psychiatry 15 days
Surgery 1-1/2 months
Anesthesiology 15 days
Pediatrics 1 month
Obstetrics & Gynecology 2 months
including family welfare and neonatology
Orthopedics including PMR
1 month
Ophthalmology 15 days
Oto-Rhino-Larynogology 15 days
Casualty 15 days

The students can also choose to undergo elective training in any of the following departments for 15 days.

Dermatology & STD Forensic Medicine
TB & Chest Diseases Blood Bank
Radio Diagnosis Psychiatry


Students should be provisionally registered with the Tamil Nadu State Medical Council (TNSMC), before the commencement of internship. This provisional registration is valid for only 1 year from the time of commencement of internship. In the event of extension of CRRI clinical postings, re-registration with TNSMC has to be undertaken.