Medical Knowledge:

Demonstrate and integrate the normal structure and function of the human body.
Demonstrate knowledge of the pathology, pathophysiology, and appropriate investigations in identifying diseases
Use medicines rationally.
Integrate pathology, pathophysiology and effects of medicines with the structure and function of human body.
Use evidence based approach and self-directed learning to assimilate, and apply knowledge appropriately.

Patient care:
Obtain a satisfactory medical history, perform a physical examination, order appropriate investigations, analyze data to derive appropriate differential diagnosis and effective management plans.
Apply evidence based information to learn clinical knowledge and apply the same into clinical decision making.
Educate the general public on prevention of diseases.
Demonstrate awareness to multidisciplinary system of health care and work as a team member.
Demonstrate constant self-evaluation and life-long learning skills.

Social context and Well-being:
Demonstrate knowledge of and respond to the social, behavioral and economic factors in health, disease and health care.
Apply the principles and concepts underlying normal behavior and mental illness to promote and maintain well-being.
Serve as an advocate to protect and promote the health of individuals and the community.

Demonstrate effective and compassionate communication skills towards patients and their families for effective medical care.
Demonstrate communication skills for effective exchange of information and collaborative work with health care and health care-related professionals.
Provide information and counselling to patients and their families in a clear and organized manner.

Demonstrate ability to respect the patient’s dignity, confidentiality and privacy in the delivery of healthcare.
Demonstrate knowledge of and respect the context in which the patient’s condition presents and develop the ability to manage patients from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Demonstrate commitment to carrying out professional responsibilities and adherence to ethical principles.

Life-long Learning and Self-improvement:
Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning to stay abreast of relevant scientific advances.
Recognize personal educational needs and to select and utilize appropriate learning resources.
Critically appraise the medical literature.