The main goal to develop this curriculum is for students to develop skills in the following learning elements: Problem, Approach, Theory, Analysis, and Application. These learning outcome based elements will give them the ability to apply the obtained knowledge to societal issues and work towards making a better and healthy India.
The Undergraduate and Postgraduate curriculum of the University is framed as per the MCI / DCI regulations with an emphasis on the LOCF curriculum. The courses are aligned with clinical correlation (Vertical Integration) that provides a context for the learner to understand the relationship between structure and function and interpret the anatomical basis of various clinical conditions and procedures, diagnosis and therapy. The curriculum has also been structured to provide a sound biologic basis and a holistic approach to the care of the surgical patient, care for neonates, infants, children and adolescents, development disease and their clinical, social, emotional, psychological correlates in the context of national health priorities. The courses of the dentistry has been aligned as of providing an intensive oral care with evaluative and judgment skills in making appropriate decisions regarding prevention, treatment, after care and referrals to deliver comprehensive care to patients and carry out researches. At the outset the programme and the course outcome have been demarcated to enhance the knowledge, skills and attitude with an emphasis on quality. The outcome of each programme and courses are also been listed in the curriculum and syllabus of each programme.