Postgraduate and Research - Courses and Examination

Postgraduate and Research

Duration of the Courses

A candidate who is admitted to a degree course will be required to follow his/her approved course of study over the prescribed period. The prescribed period is given as minimum period it normally takes a student to complete a given course and graduate.

a) The specialist courses in each discipline shall take a minimum of three calendar years and a maximum of five calendar years. A candidate shall only be allowed to postpone his/her studies on not more than two occasions during the course, for durations of not more than one year in each instance, provided a valid and genuinely acceptable reason is given and approved by the Senate.

b) Postgraduate Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatrics & Child Health: These two courses run for a minimum of 1 calendar year and a maximum of two calendar years.
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