METHOD OF SELECTION (DM/MCH COURSES)
Selection of candidate for DM/MCh courses will be made on the basis of multiple choice questions carrying 80 marks. The Theory Examination consisting of part I & II is of 1½hrs duration.
1. a) General medicine for candidates having MD (Medicine) qualification
b) Pediatrics for candidates having MD(Pediatrics) qualification : 40 marks
c) Pharmacology for candidates having MD (Pharmacology) qualification : 40 marks
d) Pathology for candidates having MD (Pathology) qualification : 40 marks
e) Anaesthesia for candidates having MD (Anaesthesia) qualification : 40 marks
f) General Surgery for candidates having MS (Surgery) Qualification : 40 marks
g) ENT for candidates who have applied for MCh (Plastic Surgery) course with M.S. (ENT) qualification : 40 marks
h) M.S.Orthpaedics Surgery who have applied for MCh (Plastic Surgery) course : 40 marks
i) for candidates having
2. Speciality concerned : 40 marks
3. Clinical practical examination by the department concerned : 20 marks
N.B. There will be negative marking for the wrong answers in the theory paper for part II only.
Candidate invited for the selection will be examined in the theory paper in the subject concerned. Merit list will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidates in the theory examination. Separate merit list will be prepared for each subject and for each category (i.e. general and sponsored/deputed).
Eligibility for Clinical/Practical Examination: 35 marks
METHOD OF SELECTION (PhD COURSES)
The candidates seeking admission to PhD programme of this Institute will have to appear in the entrance examination consisting of 100 marks as per details given below:
i. Theory : 80 marks
ii Evaluation by the department concerned : 20 marks
The theory paper will be divided into two parts
i Questions of General Knowledge including Research Methodology : 30 questions
ii (a) Medical MBBS level or; : 50 questions
(b) Non Medical Sciences or; : 50 questions
(c) Social & Behavioural Sciences : 50 questions
There will be negative marking to the extent of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer in the theory paper.
TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR PRACTICAL EXAM
General Category : 40 Marks
SC/ST : 35 Marks
However, for the final selection the candidates are required to obtain minimum 60% marks for general category and 55% marks for SC/ST.
Method of Selection (For MD/MS Courses)
The procedure for selection of candidates will be as under:
a) Candidate will be called for the selection of MD/MS courses based on a theory paper carrying 100 marks consisting of 250 multiple choice question (MCQs) with five alternative each and single/ multiple correct responses: Negative marks will be given for incorrect responses marked. Duration of the examination is three hours. No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall before 1 ½ hours. The number of questions in each subject studied by the candidates during MBBS is appended below:
Applied Anatomy - 6, Applied Biochemistry-12, Immunogenetic & Molecular Biology-10, Applied Physiology-6, Pa t h o l o g y - 1 5 , Ph a r m a c o l o g y - 1 2 , M i c r o b i o l o g y - 1 2 , F o r e n s i c M e d i c i n e - 6 , S o c i a l & Preventive Medicine-7, Medicine-36, Paediatrics-12, Dermatology-6, Psychiatry-6. Radiodiagnosis-6, Radiotherapy-6, Surgery-36, ENT-10, Orthopaedic Surgery-10, Ophthalmology-10, Anaesthesia-6, Obst. & Gynaecology-20.
b) Merit list based on the percentile obtained by the candidates in the theory examination will be prepared for each category of candidates. Candidates of various categories who secure percentile in the theory as mentioned against each category will qualify for admission:
Open (General) and Sponsored/Deputed : 55th percentile
OBC, OPH, SC/ST, Rural Area & Foreign
Nationals : 50th percentile
Bhutanese Nationals : 45th percentile
METHOD OF SELECTION FOR MDS/HOUSE JOB (ORAL HEALTH SCIENCES)
The selection will be made on the basis of theory examination consisting of 100 objective type questions with maximum of 100 marks. The duration of the examination will be 1½ hours. There will be a common entrance test for MDS and House Job (Oral Health Sciences). with 0.25 negative marking for wrong answers in the theory paper. There will not be any clinical/practical examination.
Open (General) : 50% Marks
OBC, SC/ST : 45% Marks
There will be a common merit list for both MDS and House Job. The topper candidates in the merit will be offered MDS and the next in the merit will be considered for House Job. If, a candidate refuses to accept House Job as per merit list, his/her name will still be allowed to continue in the waiting list for MDS. The candidates are requested to attend the interview strictly in order of merit obtained by them in the theory examination. The number of candidates to be called for interview will be three times of the total number of seats to be filled in each
category, provided the candidates fulfill the cut off point mentioned above. The interview with selection committee is mandatory.
Method of Selection MASTER IN HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION (MHA) COURSES
The selection of candidates for Master In Hospital Administration (MHA) course will be made on the basis of a theory paper carrying 80 marks and practical examination carrying 20 marks. The theory examination consisting of Part-I and Part -II is of 11/2 hours duration.
Part-1 Objective Type question of MBBS level with four options and no negative marking 40 Marks
Part-2 Master in Hospital Administration (MHA) with 5 options with multiple correct responses and negative marking 40 Marks
A. Age limit as on 1st July/1st January for session starting from July and January respectively.
For Open Category : 35 years
For SC/ST, Ex-Serviceman and Commissioned Officer
including ECO, SSCO who have rendered or released
on satisfactory assignment (Please attach the proof) : 40 years
Deputed/Sponsored candidates : No age limit
B. Qualification Requirement:
For all DM courses except for DM (Clinical Pharmacology, Neuro Radiology, Haematopathology, Cardiac Anaesthesia, Pediatric Neurology) course:
a) MD degree in Medicine or Paediatrics or its equivalent qualification recognized by the Medical Council of India, except as otherwise indicated.
b) Must be registered with the Central/State Medical Registration Council.
For DM (Clinical Pharmacology) course: MD degree in Pharmacology or its equivalent qualification in any clinical subject recognised by the Medical Council of India.
For DM (Neuro Radiology) course : MD degree in Radiology or its equivalent qualification recognised by the Medical Council of India.
For DM (Haematopathology) course : MD degree in Pathology or equivalent degree.
For DM (Cardiac-Anaesthesia) course : MD degree in Anesthesia or equivalent degree.
For DM (Pediatric-Neurology) course : MD degree in Pediatrics or equivalent degree.
For MCh courses : MS degree in General Surgery or its equivalent qualification recognised by Medical Council of India.
For MCh. (Plastic Surgery) Courses:
a) MS degree in General Surgery/MS (ENT)/ MS (Orthopedics.) or its equivalent qualification recognised by Medical Council of India.
b) Must be registered with the Central/State Medical Registration Council.
MBBS with minimum 55% aggregate marks or MD/MS in the subject concerned or Diplomat of National Board of Examination. The candidates who have made more than one attempt during their MBBS/MD/MS course are not eligible. However, those belonging to Scheduled Castes / Tribes with upto two attempts in their MBBS/MD/MS course will be eligible. A “Failure” in the examination,”Compartment” or “Re-appear” in the examination will constitute an attempt Candidates who have obtained MBBS/MD/MS degree from Medical Colleges which are not recognised by the Medical Council of India are not eligible to apply.
Eligibility for Non Medical/Social Behavioural Sciences
The candidates with the following qualifications will be eligible
a) The candidates who have passed MSc/MA or its equivalent/examination with at least 60 % marks in the subjects mentioned below: from the colleges/institutes recognized by the UGC/Panjab University are eligible
b) Have qualified NET examination (with fellowship only) conduct by UGC, Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) examination conducted by ICMR/CSIR etc (within two years only). Attested copy of the result must be attached.
If the candidate fails to produce the proof of his/her eligibility as per above qualification before one week of the entrance examination, his/her candidature will not be considered and entire responsibility for the same will lie on the candidate.
A degree of Master of Sciences (MSc) or Master in Veterinary Science (M.V.Sc.) or M.Sc. (Laboratory Technology) or MSc (Speech & Hearing) in subjects allied to Medical Sciences such as Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Human Biology, Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Immunology, Life Sciences including Botany, Zoology, Genetics, Cell Biology, Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Organic Chemistry, Anthropology & MSc (Human Genomics).
Social Behavioural Sciences
The candidates with the following subjects are eligible for Social Behavioural Sciences. Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Nursing, Nutrition, Child Development
To be eligible for admission to MD/MS/MHA course a candidate must possess the following qualifications;
a) MBBS passed or its equivalent qualification from a University/ Institute recognized by Medical Council of India with not more than one attempt made during MBBS course. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/Tribes with upto two attempts during MBBS career will be eligible.
b) Must have either completed or due to complete one year internship (rotatory housemanship) training by 30th June/31st December for July and January session respectively.
c) Must be registered with Central /State Medical Registration Council.
MDS/HOUSE JOB (ORAL HEALTH SCIENCES)
For admission to 1st year Junior Residency for MDS and House Job (Oral Health Sciences) course, a candidate is required to possess the following qualifications :
a) Degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) of Panjab University or any other University recognized by the Syndicate of the Panjab University as equivalent thereto with not more than one failure during BDS career. However, candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/ Tribes who have two failures during BDS career will be eligible.
b) Must have either completed or due to complete compulsory paid rotating internship on 30th June/31st December for July and January session respectively.
c) Must be registered with the Central State Dental Registration Council.
1. The candidate appointed through the entrance examination for House Job (Oral Health Sciences) for a period of six months, their period can be extended upto one year on the recommendation of the Head of the department.
2. The candidate will be eligible for House Job within 3 years of obtaining the BDS degree.
3. House Job will be offered once in the department for a maximum period of one year.
4. The candidates who have already done House Job in any Hospital or Institute are not eligible for House Job.
MDS/HOUSE JOB (ORAL HEALTH SCIENCES)
MASTER IN HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION (MHA)