Phase-4 (Clinical) Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

  • At the end of the course of obstetrics & gynaecology the undergraduate medical students will be able to
  • provide proper care in managing women’s health including pregnancy, labour and puerperium and to ensure maternal and neonatal health and well being and give proper advices.
  • diagnose and manage patients with common obstetrical and gynaecological problems.
  • describe the basic concept of Counselling and counsel the women in the field of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
  • refer high risk cases appropriately.
  • resuscitate new born babies and impart proper care.
  • initiate & promote infant & young child feeding practices including exclusive breast feeding.
  • demonstrate appropriate attitude required to practise obstetrics and gynaecology.
  • demonstrate an understanding about the impact of socio-cultural beliefs and environmental factors on women in pregnancy, labour and puerperium including their overall reproductive health and violence against women.
  • counsel and inform women about contraception and family planning, and women’s right.
  • acquainted with ongoing programme to reduce maternal mortality & morbidity.
  • demonstrate an understanding about common problem of adolescent females and care them.
  • describe the common problems of peri and post menopausal women and can provide proper care.
  • value the ethical issues in obstetrics and gynaecology.

  • After completing the course of obstetrics & gynaecology in MBBS course students will acquire following Competencies:
  • History taking, communication skill, obstetrical examination, gynaecological examination.
  • Diagnosis of common clinical problems.
  • Preparation of a patient before anaesthesia.
  • Writing a discharge certificate after Normal delivery, Caesarean section, D & C, Evacuation of mole, Hysterectomy
  • Care of antenatal patients including nutrition and daily calorie calculation.
  • Care of postnatal patient- a) Appropriate technique of breast feeding including position and attachment; b) Demonstation of complementary feeding amount, frequency, content of food.
  • Management of normal labour with partograph plotting.
  • 1st stage, 2nd stage & 3rd stage (AMTSL).
  • Skill about Episiotomy.
  • PPH management.
  • Management of Eclampsia.
  • Shock management.
  • Writing a BT order.
  • Blood transfusion note.
  • Insertion of a cannula.
  • Catheterization.
  • Drawing of blood.
  • Hand washing.
  • Wearing of gloves,wearing PPE (Donning and Doffing).
  • Identification of instruments/suture materials.
  • Trolly preparation for major & minor surgery.

Photo Name & Qualification Designation Date of Birth & Joining
Prof. Dr. Musammat Shamima Akter
MBBS, MCPS, MS (Obs. & Gynae)
Professor and Head (Unit-2)
Phase-4 Coordinator
Prof. Dr. Nur Jahan Begum
MBBS, MS (Obs. & Gynae)
Professor and Head (Unit-1) 01-02-1963
Prof. Dr. Shabera Arzoo
MBBS, FCPS (Obs. & Gynae)
Professor (C.C.) 01-01-1975
Dr. Kamrun Naher
Assistant Professor 20-01-1963
Dr. Fatematul Jannat
MBBS, MS (Obs. & Gynae)
Assistant Professor 23-08-1986
Dr. Pratyasha Das Purna
Assistant Registrar (IMO) 24-11-1997
Dr. Beauty Akter
Assistant Registrar (IMO) 01-01-1995
Dr. Selina Akter
Assistant Registrar (IMO) 31-03-1991
Dr. Ambika Saha
Assistant Registrar (IMO) 26-04-1998
Dr. Sharmin Akter
Assistant Registrar 21-10-1997

  • Academic Calendar for Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
  • Notices of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department.
  • Assessment Examination and Result of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

  • Published Articles and ongoing research activities of Prof. Dr. Musammat Shamima Akter
  • Published Articles and ongoing research activities of Prof. Dr. Nur Jahan Begum
  • Published Articles and ongoing research activities of Prof. Dr. Shabera Arzoo
  • Published Articles and ongoing research activities of Dr. Fatematul Jannat