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The Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) degree course aims to make a skilled dentist of future who is well-versed in working as per the safety measures and effectively diagnose as well as suggest patients on their respective concerns. The curriculum of the course explains students about prevention, treatment and oral diseases. The BDS course at Rama University comprises informative lectures, visual demonstrations, group discussions, educational seminars, clinical work and conferences.

The BDS course has been awarded as per the old regulations of Dental council of India. The award was given on the successful completion of four years of study and one year of internship. 


Eligibilty & Duration

50 % in PCBE in 10+2

4 year + 1 year

  • Curriculum
  • Career Prospects
  • Fee Structure
First Year

1. Anatomical terms.

2. Skin, superficial fascia & deep fascia

3. Cardiovascular system, portal system collateral circulation and arteries.

4. Lymphatic system, regional lymph nodes

5. Osteology

6. Myology

7. Syndesmology – Including classification of Joints.

8. Nervous system.

  • Clinical procedures :
  • Embryology
  • Histology
  • Medical genetics

1. Muscle and nerve

2. Digestive system

3. Excretory system

4. Body temperature & functions of skin

5. Endocrinology

6. Reproduction

7. Cardio vascular system

8. Respiratory system

9. Central nervous system

10. Special senses

11. Practicals

  • Demonstration
  • Chemistry of bioorganic molecules
  • Macronuterients and digestion
  • Micronutrients
  • Energy metabolisms
  • Special aspects of metabolism
  • Biochemical genetics and protein synthesis
  • Enzyme and metabolic regulation
  • Structural components and blood proteins
  • Medical biochemistry
Second Year
  • General pathology
  • Systemic pathology
  • Practicals
  • General microbiology
  • Immunology
  • Systematic bacteriology
  • Virology
  • Mycology
  • Parasitology
  • General microbiology
  • General pharmacology
  • Dental pharmacology
  • Practicals and demonstrations
  • Introduction
  • Structure of matter and principles of adhesion
  • Important physical properties applicable to dental materials
  • Biological considerations in use of dental materials.
  • Gypsum & gypsum products.
  • Impression materials used in dentistry
  • Synthetic resins used in dentistry.
  • Metal and alloys.
  • Dental waxes including inlay casting wax.
  • Dental casting investments.
  • Soldering, brazing and welding
  • Dental cements
  • Abrasion & polishing agents
  • Die and counter die materials including electroforming and electropolishing
  • Dental implants
  • Mechanics of cutting
Third Year
  • Developmental disturbances of teeth, jaws and soft tissues of oral & paraoral region
  • Dental Caries
  • Pulp & Periapical Pathology & Osteomyelitis
  • Periodontal Diseases
  • Microbial infections of oral soft tissues
  • Common non- inflammatory diseases involving the jaws
  • Diseases of TM Joint
  • Cysts of the Oral & Paraoral region
  • Tumours of the Oral Cavity
  • Traumatic, Reactive & Regressive lesions of Oral Cavity
  • Non neoplastic Salivary Gland Diseases
  • Systemic Diseases involving Oral cavity
  • Mucocutaneous Lesions
  • Diseases of the Nerves
  • Pigmentation of Oral & Paraoral region & Discolouration of teeth
  • Diseases of Maxillary Sinus
    (b) Biopsy
  • Principles of Basic Forensic Odontology (Pre-clinical Forensic Odontology)
  • Aims of medicine Definitions of signs, symptoms, diagnosis, differential diagnosis treatment & prognosis
  • Infections
    Enteric fever, AIDS, herpes simplex, herpes zoster, syphilis diphtheria.
  • G.I.T.
    Stomatitis, gingival hyperplasia, dysphagia, acid peptic disease, jaundice, acute and chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis of liver ascites.
  • CVS
    Acute rheumatic fever rheumatic valvular heart disease, hypertension, ischemic heart disease, infective endocarditis, common arrhythmias, congenital heart disease, congestive cardiac failure.
  • RS
    Pneumonia, COPD, Pulmonary TB, Bronehial asthma
  • Hematology
    Anemias, bleeding & clotting disorders, leukemias, lymphomas, agranulocytosis, splenomegaly, oral manifestations of hematologic disorders, generalized Lymphadenopathy.
  • Renal System
    Acute nephritis
    Nephrotic syndrome
  • Nutrition
  • 9CNS
    Facial palsy, facial pain including trigeminal neuralgia, epilepsy, headache including migraine
  • Endocrines
    Diabetes Mellitus Acromegaly, Hypothyroidism, Thyrotoxicosis, Calcium metabolism and parathyroids
  • Critical care
    Syncope, cardiac arrest, CPR, shock


  • History of surgery
  • General principles of surgery
  • Wounds
  • Inflammation
  • Infections
  • Trnsmissable viral infections
  • Shock and haemorrhage
  • Tumours, ulcers, cysts, sinus and fistulae
  • Diseases of lymphatic system
  • Diseases of the oral cavity
  • Diseases of larynx, nasopharynx
  • Nervous system
  • Fractures
  • Principles of operative surgery
  • Anomolies of development of face
  • Diseases of thyroid and parathyroid
  • Swellings of the jaw
  • Biopsy
  • Dental health education
  • Various treatment modalities





Fourth year

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry which specializes in the diagnosis, prevention, & treatment of problems in the alignment of the teeth & jaws


Prosthodontics is the branch of Dentistry pertaining to the restoration & maintenance of oral function, comfort, appearance & health of the patient by the restoration of natural teeth and or replacement of missing teeth & craniofacial tissue with artificial substitutes


This department generally deals with Prevention, Diagnosis & Treatment of diseases related to gums and structures around teeth. Here patients are being treated for bleeding gums, bad breath, mobile teeth, receding gums, swollen or enlarged gums, periodontal abscess , pyhhorea etc. Services that are offered here include oral prophylaxis, curettage, abscess drainage, subgingival irrigation, splinting,routine periodontal surgeries like gingivectomy, flap surgery, crown lengthening,root coverage procedures,operculectomy etc .Soon a separate section for oral implantology will be started in this department.






  • Nomenclature Of Dentition
  • Principles Of Cavity Preparation
  • Dental Caries
  • Treatment Planning For Operative Dentistry
  • Gnathological Concepts Of Restoration
  • Aramamentarium For Cavity Preparation
  • Control of Operating Filed
  • Amalgam Restoration
  • Pulp Protection
  • Anterior Restorations
  • Direct Filling Gold Restorations
  • Preventive Measures In Restorative Practice
  • Temporisation or Interim Restoration
  • Pin Amalgam Restoration Indication Contraindication
  • Management Of Deep Carious Lesions Indirect And Direct Pulp Capping
  • Non Carious Destruction’s Tooth Structures Diagnosis and Clinical Management
  • Hyper Sensitive Dentine And Its Management.
  • Cast Restorations
  • Die Materials And Preparation Of Dies.
  • Gingival Tissue Management For Cast Restoration And Impression Procedures
  • Recent Cavity Modification Amalgam Restoration.
  • Differences between Amalgam And Inlay Cavity preparation with note on all the types of Bewel used for Cast Restoration
  • Control Of Pain During Operative Procedures.
  • Treatment Planning For Operative Dentistry
  • Vitality Tests, Diagnosis And Treatment Planning And Preparation Of Case Sheet.
  • Applied Dental Materials.
  • Endodontics: introduction definition scope and future of endodontics
  • Clinical diagnostic methods
  • Emergency endodontic procedures
  • Pulpal diseases causes, types and treatment .
  • Periapical diseases: acute periapical abscess, acute periodontal abscess phoeix abscess, chronic alveolar abscess granuloma cysts condensing osteits, external resorption.
  • Vital pulp therapy: indirect and direct pulp capping pulpotomy different types and medicaments used
  • Apexogenisis and apexification or problems of open apex
  • Rationale of endodontic treatment case selection indication and contraindications for root canal treatments.
  • Principles of root canal treatment mouth preparation root canal instruments, hand instruments, power driven instruments, standardisation color coding principle of using endodontic instruments. Sterilisation of root canal instruments and materials rubber dam application.
  • Anatomy of the pulp cavity: root canals apical foramen. Anomalies of pulp cavities access cavity preparation of anterior and premolar teeth.
  • Preparation of root canal space .
  • Disinfection of root canal space intracanal medicaments, poly antibiotic paste ross mans paste, mummifying agents. Out line of root canal treatment, bacteriological examinations, culture methods.
  • Problems during cleaning and shaping of root canal spaces. Perforation and its management.
  • Broken instruments and its management, management of single and double curved root canals.
  • Methods of cleaning and shaping like step back crown down and conventional methods
  • Obturation of the root canal system. Requirements of an ideal root canal filling material obturation methods using gutta percha healing after endodontic treatment. Failures in endodontics.
  • Root canal sealers. Ideal properties classification. Manipulation of root canal sealers post endodontic restoration fabrication and components of post core preparation.
  • Smear layer and its importance in endodontics and conservative treatment.
  • Discoloured teeth and its management. Bleaching agents, vital and non vital bleaching methods.
  • Traumatised teeth classification of fractured teeth. Management of fractured tooth and root.
  • Luxated teeth and its management.
  • Endodontic surgeries indication contraindications, pre operative preparation. Pre medication
  • surgical instruments and techniques apicectomy, retrograde filling, post operative sequale terphination hemisection, radiscetomy techniques of tooth reimplantation (both intentional and accidental) endodontic implants.
  • Root resorption.
  • Emergency endodontic procedures
  • Lasers in conservative endodontics (introduction only) practice management
  • Professional association dentist act 1948 and its amendment 1993.
  • duties towards the govt. Like payments of professional tax, income tax financial management of practice dental material and basic equipment management.
  • Ethics
  • Introduction to pedodontics & preventive dentistry.
  • Growth & development
  • Development of occlusion from birth through adolescence
  • Dental anatomy and histology
  • Dental radiology related to pedodontics
  • Oral surgical procedures in children
  • Dental caries
  • Gingival & periodontal diseases in children.
  • Child psychology
  • Behaviour management
  • Pediatric operative dentistry
  • Pediatric endodontics
  • Traumatic injuries in children
  • Preventive & interceptive orthodontics
  • Oral habits in children
  • Dental care of children with special needs
  • Congenital abnormalities in children
  • Dental emergencies in children & their management
  • Dental materials used in pediatric dentistry
  • Preventive dentistry
  • Dental health education & school dental health programmes
  • Fluorides
  • Case history recording
  • Setting up of pedodontic clinic
  • Ethics.


  • Introduction, definition, scope, aims and objectives
  • Diagnosis in oral surgery
  • Principles of infection control and cross-infection control with particular reference to HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis.
  • Principles of Oral Surgery
  • Exodontia
  • Impacted teeth
  • Pre-prosthetic Surgery
  • Diseases of the maxillary sinus
  • Disorders of T.M. Joint
  • Infections of the Oral cavity
  • Benign cystic lesions of the jaws
  • Tumours of the Oral cavity
  • Fractures of the jaws
  • Salivary gland diseases
  • Jaw deformities
  • Neurological disorders
  • Cleft Lip and Palate
  • Medical Emergencies in dental practice
  • Primary care of medical emergencies in dental practice particularly
  • Emergency drugs & Intra muscular I.V. Injections
  • Oral Implantology
  • Ethics



A trained BDS professional is capable of setting up a private clinic, start a dental lab or work as a dental consultant of celebrities. BDS graduates can pursue job in a government hospital or a private institution. They can start giving subject related lectures in reputed dental college or even work in research and advisory departments of any company to carry out research on subjects like oral cancer. The graduates of dental surgery are capable of solving great mysteries simply to getting into the realm of forensic dentistry. 

Rs. 2, 80,000 per annum


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