On completion of the program, the BDS graduates will :
- Undertake the full range of duties of a dentist in keeping with the underlying scientific evidence as defined by Nepal Medical Council.
- Demonstrate ethical standards in the treatment of patients.
- Demonstrate respect for all people, independent of culture, language or background.
- Understand the implications of social justice in the provision of health care.
- Demonstrate skills in communication that match the needs of patients, colleagues and associates in the profession.
- Demonstrate skills in maintaining the legal rights of the patient, particularly with relevance to confidentiality and consent.
- Abide by the appropriate health and safety requirements for the ethical practice of the profession.
- Apply clinical and scientific principles related to the management of oral and dental conditions across all population groups in the community.
- Implement the lifelong learning skills and commitment to continuous professional development ensuring maintenance of contemporary practice.
- Demonstrate a commitment to effective oral health promotion at the individual and community level.
- Be able to provide effective oral health care for Indigenous people.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the unique health care requirements of rural and remote parts of the country.
- Demonstrate an understanding of research methods and their place in dental science.