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PGI Chandigarh – Notification, Prospectus for MD, MS, MDS, House Job, MHA, PhD, DM, M.Ch July 2012 Session

PGI Chandigarh – Notification, Prospectus for MD, MS, MDS, House Job, MHA, PhD, DM, M.Ch July 2012 Session

PGI Chandigarh - Notification, Prospectus for MD, MS, MDS, House Job, MHA, PhD, DM, M.Ch July 2012 Session

PGI Chandigarh – Notification, Prospectus for MD, MS, MDS, House Job, MHA, PhD, DM, M.Ch July 2012 Session

Update : See here for PGI Chandigarh : January 2013 Session : Reschedule of the Entrance Examination

Update : See here for PGI Chandigarh : July 2012 Session : Reschedule of the Entrance Examination

POSTGRADUATE INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH CHANDIGARH

Fee: MD/MS, MDS/House Job/MHA, For General OBC, OPH : 1000/-
PhD (General) : 1000/-
MD/MS/PhD/MDS/House Job/MHA (For SC/ST) : 800/-
DM/M.Ch (Price for all Category) : 1000/-

All the candidates are directed to deposit the above fees in the branches of State Bank of India by filling the Challan form in the name of Director, PGIMER, Chandigarh (Examination) in the Power Jyoti Account No. 32211613319 and those candidates who have SBI account can also pay their fee through i-collect service.

LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATION: 11.04.2012 UPTO 4.00 PM

AT A GLANCE

EXAMINATION SCHEDULE:
1. MD/MS
Entrance Examination :

27.05.2012

08:00 A.M.
Declaration of Result : 28.05.2012 09:00 P.M.
Ist Counselling : 09.06.2012 12:00 Noon
2nd Counselling : 10.07.2012 03:00 P.M.
3rd Counselling : 20.07.2012 03:00 P.M.
2.MDS/House job (OHSC)
Entrance Examination :

06.06.2012

08:00 A.M.
Declaration of Result : 07.06.2012 09:00 A.M.
Counselling/Interview : 08.06.2012 03:00 P.M.
3. DM/M.Ch/MHA
Entrance Examination :

14.06.2012

08:00 A.M.
Declaration of Result : 15.06.2012 09:00 A.M.
Clinical/Practical Examination : 15.06.2012 09:00 A.M.
Counselling/Interview : 16.06.2012 03:00 P.M.
4. Ph.D.
Entrance Examination :

04.07.2012

08:00 A.M.
Declaration of Result : 05.07.2012 08:00 A.M.
Clinical/Practical Examination : 05.07.2012 09:00 A.M.
Counselling/Interview : 06.07.2012 04.00 P.M.

Procedure for Applying

Before applying, the candidates are advised to go through the admission notice published in the press and the instructions given therein carefully. Fill in the application form in accordance with the instructions given in this prospectus and the admission notice. Please ensure that no column is left blank. Incomplete applications will not be considered and no correspondence will be entertained.
a) Application for admission to the course is required to be submitted on the prescribed form enclosed with this prospectus.
b) The application, complete in all respects accompanied with all the relevant documents should reach the Registrar, PGI, Sector-12, Chandigarh on or before the closing date. The applications received after the closing date will not be considered and no correspondence will be entertained.
c) The fact that an application form has been dispatched on a certain date will not be accepted as an excuse for the late submission of the application. The dispatch of the application form does not ipso-facto make the receiver eligible for admission to the selection test.
d) Application on forms other than those prescribed for the purpose will not be entertained.

S. No. CONTENT PAGE NO.

I.
List of Administrative Staff.
3
2. Introduction, Aims and Objectives of the Institute. 4
3. Admission to the courses & general admission requirements. 4
4. Admission requirements for DM/MCh Courses & method of selection. 5
5. Admission requirement for PhD Courses. 6
6. Categories eligible for Ph.D courses, eligility for PGI in-service candidates. 7
7. Method of selection for Ph.D courses. 8
8. Admission requirement for MD/MS/MHA Courses & method of selection. 9
9. Admission requirement for MDS/House Job (Oral Health Sciences),
& method of selection 10
10. Admission requirement for MHA Courses 10
11. Inter se-merit for admission to post doctoral/postgraduate medical courses 11
12. Reservation of seats for MD/MS, MDS/House Job, MHA courses 11
13. Criteria for Rural Area, Orthopaedic Physically Handicapped, Sponsor/Deputed Candidates

12
14. Foreign Nationals 13
15. Fees and dues 13
16. Duration and emoluments of the courses 14
17. Hours of work, leave, Agreement Bond/Sureties Contract for MD/MS/MDS/MHA course 14
18. Dissertation – DM/MCh courses, thesis – MD/MS/ MHA Courses 15
19. Financial assistance for thesis, medical benefits, joining time 15
20. Closing of admission, 1st counseling/ Interview,2nd counseling, 3rd counseling 16
21. Medical examination, terms and conditions of the Junior / Senior Residency 16
22. General information 17-18
23. Hostel accommodation 19
24. Library, sports and cultural activities 20
25. Procedure to be followed for the entrance examination 20
26. Instructions for filling Answer Sheet 21
27. Instructions for photographs 22
28. Format for SC/ST Certificate (Annexure ‘A’) 23
29. Format for OBC Certificate (Annexure ‘B’) 24
30. Format for Rural Area Certificate (Annexure ‘C’) 25
31. Format for Sponsorship Certificate (Annexure ‘D’) 25
32. Envelops to be used by the candidates for communication 26
33. Application Forms I-VIII
34. Challan Form IX
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

1. Director
Prof. Yogesh Chawla
M.D., D.M., FAMS

2. Dean
Prof. Amod Gupta
MS,FAMS

3. Registrar
Mr. Naresh Virdi

4. Officer Incharge – I (Examination Cell)
Dr. Ashutosh N. Aggarwal

5. Asstt. Administrative Officer (Academic)
Mr. Sanjay Trikha

GRAMS : POSTGRADMED
FAX : 0172-2744401, 2744376
E-MAIL : pgimer-chd@nic.in Web : http://pgimer.nic.in Postal Address : Registrar,
PGIMER, Sector 12,
Chandigarh – 160 012

For further enquiry,
Please contact the Academic Section at
0172-2755569 : For MD/MS, MDS/House Job(OHSC), MHA
0172-2755570 : For DM/MC.h/PhD

INTRODUCTION

The Government of India in the Ministry of Health set up a committee known as the “HEALTH SURVEY AND PLANNING COMMITTEE” on the 12th June, 1959 to undertake the review of the development that had taken place since the publication of the report of HEALTH SURVERY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (BHORE COMMITTEE) in 1946 with a view to formulate further health programmes for the country in the third and subsequent five year plan periods. This committee recommended the setting up of six Postgraduate Medical Institutions in the country one each at Calcutta, Mumbai, Madras, Hyderabad, Lucknow and Chandigarh to meet the increasing demand of teachers for the rapidly expanding medical colleges specialist services for hospitals, and need of the armed forces.

The Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research was conceived and planned in 1960 to create in Chandigarh an “ISLAND OF EXCELLENCE” providing physical and intellectual milieu for young scientists working in multiple disciplines of medicine, to advance the frontiers of knowledge to render humane service to sick and suffering and to train medical and paramedical manpower. The Institute was established in 1962 under the erstwhile state of Punjab. It was declared as an Institute of National Importance by an Act of Parliament
(Sr. No. 51 of 1966) w.e.f. 1st April, 1967.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE INSTITUTE

The following are the objectives of the Institute :
a) To develop patterns of teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate education in all its branches, so as to demonstrate a high standard of medical education.
b) To bring together, as far as possible, in one place, educational facilities of the highest order for the training of personnel in all important branches of health activity; and
c) To attain self sufficiency in postgraduate medical education to meet the country’s need for specialists and medical teachers.

ADMISSION TO THE COURSES

a) Admission to various post doctoral/ postgraduate/ PhD courses conducted at the Institute is made twice a year. The sessions commence from first January and first July each year.
b) The Institute follows a residency service cum training scheme comprising Junior Residents: Candidates admitted to MD/MS/MDS and House Job (Oral Health Sciences) courses are called Junior Residents/ Junior Demonstrators and those enrolled for DM/MC.h courses are designated as Senior Residents / Senior Demonstrators.
c) The admission to the above courses imparted at the Institute is made on merit on all India basis by holding an entrance examination by the Institute, after issuing a countrywide admission notice. The admission notice is published in leading English newspapers of India usually during August/ September and March / April for January and July Sessions respectively.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

1. A “failure” in examination, compartment or reappear in one or more subjects will constitute an attempt.
2. Candidates due to appear in MD/MS examination may also apply for DM/MCh courses. They will be admitted
to the entrance test only when they supply the result alongwith attempt certificate of their MD/MS
examination from the University/ Institute concerned including the approval of their thesis atleast two days
before the entrance examination

3. Candidates applying for more than one subject in DM/M.Ch courses are required to submit separate application for each subject duly completed in all respects. Candidates can apply for a maximum of two subjects for DM/MCh courses. Candidates will, however, be eligible to register for one subject only. The applications of those candidates who apply for more than two subjects in DM/MCh. Courses are liable for rejection.
4. The candidates applying for MD/MS/MDS House Job (Oral Health Sciences) courses are required to submit only one application form.
5. Candidates applying for MD/MS/MDS/House Job (Oral Health Science) courses, must be registered with the
Central/ State Medical Council/Dental Council as the case may be.
6. Candidates applying for MD/MS/MDS/House Job (Oral Health Science) must have either completed or due to complete the compulsory rotating internship on or before 30 June/31st December for July/January sessions respectively.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR DM/MCH. COURSES
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 recognized 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 recognized by Medical Council of India.
For MCh. (Plastic Surgery) Courses:
a) MS degree in General Surgery/MS (ENT)/ MS (Orthopedics.) or its equivalent qualification recognized by
Medical Council of India.
b) Must be registered with the Central/State Medical Registration Council.

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

: 40 marks

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) ENTfor candidates who have applied for MCh (PlasticSurgery)coursewith M.S. (ENT) qualification : 40 marks h) M.S.Orthopaedics Surgery who have applied for MCh (Plastic Surgery) course : 40 marks
i) Radiology for candidates having MD Radiology/Radiodiagnosis qualification : 40 Marks
2. Specialty 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
The number of candidates eligible to appear in the clinical/ practical examination will, however, be FIVE times the number of seats to be filled in each subject and in each category of candidates provided the candidates fulfill the cut off marks mentioned above. The candidates will be invited for the clinical/ practical examination strictly in order of merit in the respective category.
Based on the aggregate marks obtained by the candidates in theory paper and clinical/practical and viva voce examination, merit list will be prepared subject wise separately for each category of candidates. The candidates are then interviewed-by the Selection Committee appointed by the Institute for the purpose which recommends the names of those found suitable for admission. 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 marks mentioned above. The selection will be finalized only after the candidates are interviewed by the Selection Committee. The interview with the Selection Committee is mandatory. A candidate who is absent at the time of interview will not be considered for admission/waiting list. In case of not joining the candidate on 1st July/1st January, next candidate will be offered seat as per waiting list. The interview with the Selection Committee does not carry any marks. The candidate must obtain aggregate marks at least 50% (Theory + Practical) to be eligible for interview/counseling/ admission.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR Ph.D COURSES

Medical Qualification
MBBS with minimum 55% aggregate marks or MD/MS in the subject concerned or Diplomat of National Board of Examination. 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 recognized 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
or
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

CATEGORIES OF CANDIDATES ELIGIBLE FOR REGISTRATION

The following categories are eligible for registration to PhD programme of the Institute:
1. In every session a limited number of fellowships are available. The candidate will be eligible for the award of PGI Fellowships on the merit position who have secured at least 60% marks in the entrance test in the final selection of PhD programme.
2. Candidates working on the research schemes in the department concerned.
3. Candidates awarded fellowship by CSIR/UGC/NCERT/ICMR/NET or any other national scholarship awarding agency.
4. Deputed /Sponsored candidates.

FOR INSERVICE FACULTY MEMBERS OF THE PGIMER, CHANDIGARH

i). Members of the medical faculty may also apply for registration to Ph. D course as In-service candidates.
However, they will have not to appear in the entrance examination provided the Medical Faculty members should have at-least 3 research publications during the 3 years immediately preceding the date of his/her application either as primary author or a co-author in indexed Indian/foreign journals in concerned area and in related field of research. They will not however, be relieved off their responsibility in the department but they will put in extra time for their project.
ii). Each case may be examined by a specially constituted ad-hoc committee of three members under the
Chairmanship of the Dean, before the candidate is permitted to be registered for Ph.D. Program. iii). The individual should be below 50 years of age.
iv). The individual should be a regular Medical Faculty of the Institute and should have rendered a minimum of 5 years continuous service at the institute.
v). The applicant should route his application through proper channel.
FOR IN-SERVICE REGULAR SCIENTIFIC STAFF OF THE PGIMER, CHANDIGARH
A. The Scientific staff members of the Institute will have to appear in the entrance examination to be conducted by the Institute.
B. The individual should be below 50 years of age.
C. The individual should be a regular employee of the Institute and should have rendered a minimum of 5 years continuous service at the institute.
D. The applicant should route his application through proper channel.
E. Adhoc Scientific staff/Sr. Demonstrators/Jr. Demonstrators in pre and Para clinical departments will also be eligible for Ph.D. registration. However, they will also have to appear as open candidates in the entrance examination.

REGISTRATION PERIOD (DURATION OF THE COURSE)

Minimum period three academic years
Under the exceptional circumstances and on the recommendations of the Doctoral Committee that the candidates’s work has been completed, the period of registration can be reduced to two years.
The maximum period upto which a candidate can submit his / her thesis is five years. Ordinarily extension for the submission of the thesis beyond five years will not be granted unless one year prior to the expiry of the 5 years the Doctoral Committee makes a special recommendations for extension giving specific reasons.

METHOD OF SELECTION

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
SC/ST

: 40 Marks
: 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.

RATE OF INSTITUTION FELLOWSHIP

Rs. 5000/- P.M. (fixed) during the first and second year and Rs. 5600/- p.m. (fixed) during the third year additional contingency grant of Rs. 7500/- per year is admissible. Candidate will not be entitled to DA/CCA. PGI fellowship for each session are limited to 3-4 only. The candidates will be eligible for the award of PGI fellowship on the merit position obtained by them in the final selection of PhD programme. The admission to the Ph.D. Programme will be subject to the availability of PGI fellowship / research funds / Grants from recognised funding agencies.
The admission will be finalized and offer to the candidate will be made only when evidence of the availability of research funds/grants/fellowship for the project is submitted by the selected candidate through the head of the department.

INTER-SE MERIT (FOR MEDICAL CANDIDATES)

If two or more candidates obtained equal marks in the entrance examination, their inter-se-merit for selection shall be determined on the basis of the following:
a Candidate who has made more attempts in passing the various professional MBBS/MD/MS examination shall rank junior to the candidate who has made lesser attempts.
b If the attempts made in passing the various MBBS/MD/MS professional examinations are also the same then a candidate who has obtained higher marks in the MBBS examination shall rank senior to a candidate who has obtained lower marks. In case any candidate has not filled up column no.10(e) of application form showing the percentage of aggregate marks in MBBS/BDS exam, he/she will rank junior to other candidate in inter-se-merit.
c If the attempts made in passing MBBS/MD/MS professional examination as also the marks obtained in MBBS examination are the same, then a candidate senior in age shall rank senior to a candidate who is junior in age.
FOR NON MEDICAL CANDIDATES
If two or more candidates obtain equal marks in the entrance examination for admission to Ph. D then their inter-se-merit for admission to the course shall be determined on the basis of the following:
a candidate who has made attempts in passing MSc examination would rank junior to the candidate who has made lesser attempts.

b If attempts made in passing of M.Sc. examination are also the same then candidate who has obtained higher marks in the M.Sc. will rank senior to a candidate who obtained lesser marks.
c If attempts made in passing M.Sc. examination and the marks obtained in M.Sc. examination are also the same then the candidate senior in age shall rank senior to the candidate junior in age.

MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Medical fitness will be pre-condition for registration for all candidates. The candidates will be medically examined by a Medical Board, constituted by the Institute for this purpose to determine their medical fitness.

LEAVE

During the period of study, 30 days leave for a complete one year will be admissible in addition to weekly
‘Off days”. No portion of leave can be carried over to the next year or encashed.

AGREEMENT BOND / SURETIES / CONTACT

Any candidate who joins Ph.D programme and leaves the course midway, will be required to refund the fellowship / stipend amount, if any paid to the candidate in three equal instalments and forfeiture of the security deposited by the candidates. The candidate will also be required to submit two sureties/bank guarantees of equal amount on non-judicial paper both Rs.25/- attested by the Magistrate 1st Class for the period of three/five years at the time of joining the course.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT FOR MD/MS/MHA COURSES

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.
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.
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, P a t h o l o g y – 1 5 , P h 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
c) Candidates are requested to attend the interview strictly in order of merit in the respective merits lists as the marks obtained by them in the theory examination. The number of candidates to be called for the interview will be three times the total number of seats to be filled in each category of candidates, provided

the candidates fulfill the cut off points mentioned above. The selection will be finalized only after the candidates are interviewed by the Selection Committee. The Interview with the Selection Committee is mandatory. A candidate who is absent at the time of interview will not be considered for admission. However he/she is eligible to appear in 2nd/3rd counselling. The interview with the Selection Committee does not carry any marks. There will not be any clinical/practical examination.
d) The reserved categories are also eligible to compete under the general category seats (open category).
Thus, in addition to category wise list, a combined General Category merit list of all the candidates will also be prepared.
e) In exceptional circumstances, if a candidate reports for counselling after his/her turn, he/she will be considered for admission only against the subject available at that time.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT FOR 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.
b) Must have either completed or due to complete compulsory paid rotating internship on 30th June/31 st
December for July and January session respectively.
c) Must be registered with the Central State Dental Registration Council. Note:
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.
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) OBC, SC/ST

: 50% Marks
: 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.

ELIGIBILITY QUALIFICATION FOR ADMISSION TO
MASTER IN HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION (MHA) COURSES

To be eligible for admission, a candidate must possess /fulfill the Following qualifications / requirements:-
1. MBBS or its equivalent degree from a University /Institute recognized by the Medical Council of India with three years experience after passing MBBS examination.
OR
2. Should have worked in State Medical Services, Armed Forces Medical Services or other equivalent services

for a period of five years are spent in a hospital which is approved for purposes of undergoing the compulsory rotating internship or in a command hospital, failing which the aforesaid period of five years whould be increased to seven years. Provided that In case of services in Armed Forces, this aforesaid period of five years shall be in addition to one year or compulsory rotating internship required for purposes of obtaining the MBBS degree and full degree and full registration.
OR
3. Should have worked as Medical Superintendent, a Deputy Medical Superintendent in a Civil or Military Hospital for one year. The posts mentioned imply that the candidate would have fulfilled the requirements of above clause as he/she would have completed five years in the State Medical Services etc.)
Duration of the course: Two Academic Years
Method of Selection: 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

Departmental Evaluation 20 marks

Eligibility for Departmental

For Gen.

35 marks

Evaluation

For OBC/SC/ST 30 marks
in the theory examination

Eligibility for final selection

For Gen.

50 marks

For OBC/SC/ST 45 marks out of 100
(i.e. Theory + Departmental Evaluation)

INTER-SE MERIT FOR ADMISSION TO POST DOCTORAL/POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL COURSES

If two or more candidates obtain equal marks in the entrance examination, then inter-se merit for selection shall be determined on the basis of the following:-
a) A candidate who has made more attempts in passing the various professional MBBS/BDS examination shall rank junior to a candidate who has made less number of attempts.
b) If the attempts made in passing in the various MD/MS/MBBS/BDS professional examination are also the same then a candidate who has obtained higher marks in the MBBS/BDS (aggregate marks) examination shall rank senior to a candidate who has obtained lower marks.
c) If the attempts made in passing MD/MS/MBBS/BDS professional examination as also the marks obtained (aggregate marks) in MBBS/BDS final professional are the same, then a candidate senior in age shall rank senior to a candidate who is junior in age.

RESERVATION OF SEATS (FOR MD/MS, MDS,HOUSE JOB ORAL HEALTH, MHA COURSES)

1) SC/ST Category
The seats for MD/MS, House Job (Oral Health Sciences), MDS, MHA courses are reserved for the candidates belonging to Schedule Castes / Tribes and other category of candidates, as per Govt. instructions provided candidates fulfill the minimum admission requirements prescribed by the Institute for the purpose. The candidate belonging to Scheduled Castes / Tribes are required to furnish certificate from the District Magistrate/Additional District Magistrate/Collector /1st Class Stipendiary Magistrate, Sub Divisional Magistrate, Taluka Magistrate/Executive Magistrate/Extra Assistant Chief Presidency Magistrate/Presidency Magistrate, Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar, Sub Divisional Officer of the area where the candidate and or his family normally resides, Administrator/ Secretary to Administrator/ Development Officer (Lakshdweep Islands) in support of their claims. The candidates must supply a Hindi / English Translation of their caste certificate along with the application. Not below the rank of 1st class Stipendiary magistrate. Enclose Annexure ‘A’ with Application Form.

2) Rural Area (MD/MS COURSES)
5% seats in MD/MS course are reserved for the candidates who have actually worked/working or have carried practice in rural area for a minimum of 2 years. The 30th June and 31st December for July and January session respectively as the last date for completion of Rural services A candidate applying under this category is required to furnish a certificate from the District Magistrate concerned in support of the claim. Enclose Annexure ‘C’ withApplication Form.
According to the orders of the Government of India, the term rural area includes “a village, a primary health center, a town with less than 5000 population and without a Municipal area”. The certificate to be furnished by the candidates should certify that he/she served or is actually serving or has carried on private practice in a village, primary health center, or town with less than 5000 population and without Municipal area.
3) Orthopaedic physically handicapped candidates
a) 3% seats are reserved for Orthopaedic Physically Handicapped persons.
b) Minimum cut off marks for entrance examination for Orthopaedic Handicapped candidate will be as under:
General : 50th percentile
OBC/SC/ST : 50th percentile

OTHER CRITERIA FOR ORTHOPAEDIC PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED

The candidate must possess a valid document certifying his/her physical disability.
i) If it involves only one lower limb, it should have a minimum of 50% and should not exceed 70%.
ii) If it involves both the lower limbs the total disability should not exceed 70% with a minimum of 50%.
iii) The disability certificate should be produced by a duly constituted and authorized Medical Board of the state or Central Govt Hospitals/ institutions.
iv) The constitution of the Medical Board will be one consultant each from discipline of Orthopaedics, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Surgery.
v) The candidates with disability of lower limbs between 50% to 70% shall be considered and in case candidates are not available in that category then only candidates with disability of lower limbs between 40% to 50% may be considered for admission.

(4) OBC CANDIDATES
1. Reservation for OBC is made as per notification of Government of India issued vide OM No. 11015/1/2006- ME P-1 dated 24th April, 2008. Enclose Annexure ‘B’ with Application Form.
2. Minimum cut off marks for entrance examination in OBC category will be 50th percentile.
3. Only the OBC certificate issued by the District Magistrate/ Deputy Commissioner etc. will be recognized.

(5) Sponsored / Deputed Candidates (For MD/MS, DM/MCh., Ph.D, MHA etc.)
A candidate applying for admission as a sponsored / deputed candidate is required to furnish the following certificates with his/her application from his/her employer for admission to the course.
a) That the candidate concerned is a permanent or regular employee of the deputing/ sponsoring authority and should have been working for the last at least three years.
b) That after getting the training at PGI, Chandigarh, the candidate will be suitably employed by the deputing/ sponsoring authority to work at least for five years in the speciality In which the training is received by the candidate at PGI, Chandigarh.
c) That no financial implications in the form of emoluments/ stipend etc. will devolve upon PGI, Chandigarh during the entire period of his/her course. Such payment will be responsibility of the sponsoring authority.
NB: i) Deputation/ Sponsorship of candidates holding tenure appointment (like house job or Junior or Senior residency, Adhoc or Contract or honorary Appointment against a leave vacancy shall not be accepted.
ii) that the sponsorship Institute should not nominate more than one candidate for a specialty/ super specialty, Sponsorship / deputation of candidates will be accepted only from the following:

a Central Government Departments/Institutions. b State Government Departments/Institutions.
c Autonomous Bodies of the Central or State Government.
d Public Sector College affiliated to universities and recognized by the Medical Council of India. In case of candidate deputed/ sponsored by the Medical College affiliated to Universities and recognized by the Medical Council of India, the deputation/sponsorship certificate signed only by the Principal of Medical College concerned shall be accepted.
NB 1. Deputation/ Sponsorship of candidates by private nursing homes is not accepted.
2. Deputed/ Sponsored candidates selected are also required to appear in the selection test.
3. Deputed/sponsored candidates selected for admission to any course of the Institute are required to make their own arrangement for stay during the period of their studies.

FOREIGN NATIONALS

The Foreign candidates are required to route their application through the Govt. of India Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi. All foreign nationals will have to take prior permission from the Medical Council of India before applying for Post Graduate Courses in the Institute as per Instruction of MCI issued vide No. MCI-202(1) (Gen) Regn-2010/45277 dated 9-12-2010. An advance copy must be submitted at PGIMER Chandigarh before last date of receipt of applications, However applications of such candidates will be processed after receipt of the same through Diplomatic Channels. They are also required to appear in the entrance examination alongwith other candidates. Separate merit list of the Foreign Nationals will be prepared within their own group. There will be a separate merit list for Bhutanease nationals applying for MD/MS courses apart from foreign national seats. The selection of candidates will be made on merit based on their performance in the entrance examination. In the event of selection, the candidates have to apply for temporary registration with the Medical Council of India for the duration of Postgraduate study. However, for D.M./M.Ch. Courses, there will be no separate reservation for foreign students under deputed /sponsored category.

FEES AND DUES

The following dues are payable to the Institute, by the candidates admitted to the various courses mentioned above:
a) Registration Fee : 500/-
b) Tuition Fee : 350/- per annum for DM/M.Ch./MDS/MHA/Ph.D courses and
: 250/- per annum for MD/MS Courses c) Laboratory Fee : 900/- per annum
d) Security : 1000/- for recovery of breakages or loss of equipment.
Balance if any, is refundable only on the completion of the course.
e) Amalgamated Fund : 60/- p.m.

f) Security for Hostel Accomodation(if alloted):

600/- (Refundable) To be deposited with Hostel Manager.

The first installment of fees for 6 months is required to be paid immediately after selection and the balance is recovered in monthly instalments from those receiving emoluments from the Institute. Others are required to pay the dues half yearly in advance.
1. Fees and other charges once paid shall not be refunded in any case including that of a candidate leaving the
Institute before the completion of the term or not joining the institute for any reason.
2. Security will be released only after the receipt of the “No Dues Certificate” on completion of the duration of course. No security will be released to those candidates who do not join or discontinue the course midway.
3. The dues must be paid by the prescribed date. For late payment, a fine @ Rs.5/- per day is charged upto a maximum of 15 days. After 15 days the name of the candidate who does not pay the dues is removed

from the rolls of the institute. For re-admission, if otherwise eligible, a sum of Rs.500/- will be charged as re-registration fee in addition to the fine. Such a candidate will have to repeat the period of his/her training for which he/she remains off the rolls.

DURATION AND EMOLUMENTS OF THE COURSE (FOR MD/MS, DM/MCh./MDS AND MHA)

DM/MCh. Courses MD/MS course MDS
MHA
House Job Oral Health Sciences)

Emoluments

: Three academic years
: Three academic years
: Three academic years
: Two academic years
: upto 30th June /31 st December for January & July session respectively

D.M./M.Ch. Courses :
MD/MS/MDS/MHA Courses :
House Job (Oral Health
Sciences course) :
Book Allowance

18750 + 6600 Grade Pay + NPA
15600 – 39100 + 5400 Grade Pay + NPA

15600- 39100 + 5400 Grade Pay + NPA.

For DM/M.Ch. Course : Each DM/M.Ch. student will be granted a book allowance of Rs.3000/- per annum for 3 years. During the academic year all the books purchased (worth Rs.3000/-) will have to be submitted alongwith their cash memo duly verified by the concerned Head of the Department during the course. The books will be embossed at 3 places by the concerned Department. The prescribed application of Book Allowance duly forwarded by the HOD accompanied by the cash memo of books purchased shall be considered by the Training branch for sanction of allowance. No claim for the reimbursement will be entertained after the completion of the course.
For MD/MS/MDS course: Each MD/MS/MDS student will be granted a book allowance of Rs.2000/- per annum for 3 years. During the academic year, all the books purchased (worth Rs.2000/-) will have to be submitted alongwith their cash memo duly verified by the concerned head of the department during the course.
The books will be embossed at 3 places by the concerned Department. The prescribed application for book Allowance dully forwarded by the HOD accompanied by the cash memo of books purchased shall be considered by the Training branch for sanction of allowance. No claim for the reimbursement will be entertained after the completion of the course

HOURS OF WORK

Continuous active duty for Junior/ Senior Residents shall not exceed normally 12 hours subject to exigencies of work. The Junior Residents will also be required to be on call duty not exceeding 12 hours at a time.
Duties and Responsibilities
These will be fixed by the institute from time to time. The residents will be required to perform such work as may be needed in the legitimate interest of patient care in the hospital.

LEAVE

DM/M.Ch : The DM/M.Ch candidates are entitled to 30 days leave per year. The leave for one year cannot be carried forward to subsequent year or encashed.
MD/MS/MDS/MHA : Candidates admitted to MD/MS/MDS courses will be entitled to 30 days leave during the first year and 36 days leave during each of the second and third years. The leave for one year cannot be carried forward to subsequent year.

AGREEMENT BONDS/SURETIES/CONTRACT FOR MD/MS/MDS/MHA

The Junior Residents will be on contract service for a period of 3 years and will be required to execute an agreement and undertaking on non judicial stamp paper for Rs. 5/- and Rs.5/- respectively. Any candidate who joins the MD/MS/MDS course & leaves the said course within six months of joining, will be

liable to pay a penalty of Rs.50,000/- (Rupees Fifty thousand only) and thereafter he/she is liable to pay a sum of Rs.1,00,000/- (Rupees one lakh only) as penalty. Two sureties on non judicial stamp paper of Rs.25.00 preferably from the local residents are required to be submitted at the time of admission. The candidate who fails to submit the same shall not be allowed to join the course. Sureties from Junior/ Senior Residents are not acceptable. Formats for the same will be provided by the office at the time of Interview/ Counselling.

DISSERTATION – DM/M.Ch. COURSES

Every candidate joining DM/M.Ch course is required to submit a dissertation. The dissertation plan is required to be submitted within 6 months of admission to the course. Dissertation will have to be submitted at the end of 2 years of the course. No candidate shall be allowed to appear in the DM/M.Ch examination until his/her dissertation has been approved. The examination will be held after 2½ years. The candidates will be at liberty to spend 6 months of their remaining period after the examination either in the department of Experimental Medicine and Bio-technology or in some other related Departments with the permission of Head of the Departments. The result of the candidate will be declared after completion of the course.

THESIS – MD/MS/MDS COURSES

Every candidate who joins MD/MS/MDS course is required to submit a plan of thesis within one year of his/her joining the course. He/She is required to submit the final thesis after completion of 2½ years of his/her joining the course. The candidate will be eligible to take the MD/MS/MDS final examination only after approval of his/her thesis. The candidate who fails to submit his/ her plan of thesis within 12 months of his/her admission will not be allowed to take the final examination and his/her session will be shifted by 6 months.

THESIS – MHA COURSES

Every candidate who joins MHA course is required to submit a plan of thesis within three months of his/her joining the course. He/She is required to submit the final thesis after completion of 1½ years of his/her joining the course. The candidate will be eligible to take the final examination only after approval of his/her thesis.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THESIS TO MD/MS RESIDENTS

MD/MS Junior Residents shall be entitled to a subsidy of Rs.5000/- in lumpsum to meet expenditure on writing thesis. Alongwith the application seeking such assistance, the residents shall submit a certificate from the Dean that the concerned resident has submitted the thesis.

MEDICAL BENEFITS

All Senior/Junior Residents can avail Medical Benefits for themselves as per the Institute rules. They are also eligible to sick room facility provided to them by the Institute.

JOINING TIME

Selected candidates must join their respective course on the prescribed date as indicated in their admission letter. The selection of those who fail to join by the specified date shall automatically stand cancelled.
Under exceptional circumstances, a candidate may be allowed to join late upto a maximum of one month on the condition that he/she will make up the deficiency caused in his/her academic term due to late joining, by forfeiting his/her leave, during the first 2 years of his/her admission, to which he/she will be entitled on joining the Institute by the same number of days. For this the candidates will be required to intimate the unavailed leave to Registrar at the end of the first year and get the same adjusted against by forefeiting the same amount of leave, before the end of the second year. However, the candidates whose absence (apart from their absence on leave admissible to them during the period of their studies) does not exceed one month will be permitted to appear in MD/MS and DM/M.Ch/MDS examination alongwith other eligible candidates joining the Institute during the same session. This concession will not, however, be admissible to candidates for their unauthorized absence, if any, during the period of their studies.

CLOSING OF ADMISSION

Admission to all courses i.e. DM/M.Ch/MD/MS/MHA/MDS/House Job (Oral Health Sciences) PhD will close on 31st July and 31st January for July and January session respectively.

FIRST COUNSELING / INTERVIEW (MD/MS COURSES)

First Counseling/Interview for the MD/MS courses will be held on Saturday the 09th June, 2012 at
12.00 Noon, in Bhargava Auditorium of this Institute.

2ND COUNSELLING (MD/MS COURSES)

Unfilled seats of MD/MS courses; will be offered to all the candidates category wise as per their merit obtained in the entrance examination. Interested candidates are required to be physically present at the second counseling to be held on Tuesday, the 10th July, 2012 at 03.00 P.M. in Lecture Theatre No.1.
Note 1: The candidate who does not get the subject of his/her choice in first counseling can also attend the 2nd counseling to get the subject of his/her choice. No penalty will be charged from the candidate who will be selected in another subject after resigning from the subject in which he/she joined in the first counseling.
2) Surrender of the seat obtained in first/second counseling will not make any claim regarding pay and leave etc for that period.
3) No TA/DA will be paid for this purpose and no separate communication will be sent in this regard.

3RD COUNSELLING (MD/MS COURSES)

If still any seat left vacant, it will be offered to the candidates physically present in the Lecture Theatre No. 1 of this Institute on Friday, 20th July, 2012 at 03.00 P.M. in Lecture Theatre No.1 strictly according to the merit obtained by the candidates in the Entrance Examination.
Note : No TA/DA will be paid for this purpose. No separate communication will be sent in this regard.

MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Medical fitness will be pre condition for admission to all course(s) of the Institute. Selected candidates are medically examined by a Medical Board constituted by the Institute for the purpose.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE JUNIOR/SENIOR RESIDENCY

The service of the Resident may be terminated By the Director without any previous notice under the following conditions:
1) If he is satisfied on medical evidence that the Resident is unfit and is likely to remain so for a considerable period for reasons of ill health and is unable to discharge his/her duties. The decision of the Director whether the Resident is unfit and is likely to continue to remain unfit shall be conclusive and binding on him/her.
2) If the Resident is found to be guilty of any insubordination, interference or other misconduct or any breach or non performance of any of the provisions of the agreement signed by him at the time of admission or any role pertaining to the institute.
If the Junior Resident is suspended from duty in connection with any investigation into her/his conduct, she/he shall not be entitled to any emoluments during such a period of suspension.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1. The candidates will fill his application form available on the PGIMER website and will also take out a print of Challan form (triplicate) and application form and deposit the application fee in any State Bank of India branches all over the country. Those candidates who have SBI account can also pay their fee through i-collect service of SBI. In that case the INB reference No. will be generated and the same will be mentioned instead of Challan No. as reflected in the application form. The Challan form is needed to be filled up in the name of Director, PGIMER, Chandigarh (Examination) in the Power Jyoti Account No. 32211613319 and those candidates who have SBI account can also pay their fee through i-collect service of SBI. They must retain a copy of Challan with to them and another copy of Challan deposited with the bank is to be attached with the application form sent to the Registrar PGI, Chandigarh on or before 11.04.2012 upto 4.00 PM.
2. Candidates must note that no other form of payment of application fees like Demand Draft, Banker Cheque, Money Order, Postal order etc will be accepted under any circumstances and the application form without Challan copy will be rejected without any further correspondence with the candidates.
3. The candidates are not permitted to bring the mobile phone/ pager / any other electronic devices to the examination hall and the candidates with these items will not be permitted to enter the examination hall.
4. The candidates are requested to cooperate with the police personnel / other staff as they have been instructed to carry out the frisking at the entry of the examination hall / premises.
5. The candidate is not allowed to bring any piece of paper or pen or pencil in the examination hall. All the candidates will be provided the pen / pencil at the respective examination hall by the institute.
6. The applications complete in all respects, must reach The Registrar PGIMER, Chandigarh either by post or by personal delivery at the counter on or before the closing date. The application may preferably be sent by registered post. For the convenience of the candidates, the closing date for the receipt of applications has been mentioned on the application form. The counter for receipt of applications to be delivered personally will close at 2.00 PM on the closing date and no application will be received thereafter. The Institute will not be responsible if applications are delivered to any other quarters.
7. Application received after the closing date will not be considered in any case. The Institute takes no responsibility for any delay in the receipt or loss of application or Admit Card/ Roll No. in transit. Applications received through courier after closing date will not be accepted.
8. Incomplete applications will not be considered and no correspondence will be entertained. All particulars in the application form must be written carefully and legibly. All claims made in the application must be supported with documentary proof.
9. The candidates who have already done/are doing MD/MS in any subject at the time of applying, shall not be considered for admission to MD/MS courses. If it is found at a later stage, during active verification that the candidate has given wrong information, his/her registration will be cancelled without any notice.
10. Candidates who have obtained MBBS/BDS/MD/MS degree from Medical/Dental Colleges not recognized by the Medical / Dental Councilof India are not eligible to apply .
11. Candidate should sign all the documents forming enclosure to the application and also put the date. Candidate should enclose with their applications two stamped, self addressed envelopes of size 23 x 10 cms ( 10/- Postage on each envelope). These envelops will be used for sending Roll number, selection letter, etc. Therefore, the address on the envelope should be legible, neat and complete, preferably typed.
12. No request for the change of category applied for is entertained after the submission of the application to the Institute.
13. Candidates in employment must forward their application through proper channel. In case delay is anticipated in the transmission of the application, an advance copy of the application on the prescribed form complete in all respects i.e, accompanied with all the documents must reach Registrar of the Institute before the closing date. The application through proper channel should also reach the Registrar of the Institute within ten days after the last date fixed for the receipt of the application.
14. The number of the vacancies where indicated are provisional and may be reduced/ increased without prior notice.
15. The decision of the Director of the Institute in the matter of selection of candidates for the various courses shall be final.
16. The candidates invited for the selection may have to stay at Chandigarh for 2-3 days. No TA/DA is admissible to them for the purpose.
17. Any attempt on the part of a candidate to influence directly or indirectly will be treated as disqualification.
18. Selected candidates shall have to pay the fee etc. on the same day, failing which his/her selection will be treated as cancelled and the seat will be offered to the candidate on the waiting list in order of merit.
19. Private practice in any form during the course is prohibited.
20. Every Resident except deputed candidates will be provided with rent free, partially furnished accommodation (single room in the hostel) subject to availability
21. The Institute is well equipped and staffed by faculty recruited from all over the country.
22. The period of training is strictly full time and ordinarily continuous at the Institute.
23. No individual Intimation is sent to the unselected candidates and no correspondence on the subject is entertained.
24. The candidates selected for the course shall have to furnish the migration certificate from the University/Institute from which they passed their last examination at the time of their joining alongwith all other certificates in original in support of their qualification, experience,etc.
25. The rules are subject to change in accordance with the decision of the Institute taken from time to time.
26. If the closing date fixed for the receipt of application by the Institute is declared as a holiday or half holiday by the Chandigarh Administration, then the immediate next working day shall be the closing date for receipt of applications.
27. If any candidate desires to seek any clarification or wants a duplicate Roll No./ Admit Card to be issued, then he/she must do so by seeing Registrar of the Institute on a working day during office hours atleast three days prior to the date fixed for the theory examination. For obtaining a duplicate Roll Number the candidate is required to deposit a fee Rs 50/- and also furnish his/her recent passport size photograph. No document etc. is entertained at the examination Centre and no duplicate Roll No./Admit Card is issued at the examination centre. The centre Superintendent admits only those candidates to the examination whose candidature is confirmed.
28. In case of any dispute, the same shall be settled within the jurisdiction of Chandigarh.
29. If any entrance examination/ interview is fixed for any course, there will not be any change in date and the examination interview will be held as per schedule even- if the day is declared as a holiday or half holiday by the Chandigarh Administration. Attending interview/ counseling is mandatory.
30. Roll Numbers/ Admit Cards to the eligible candidates for appearing in the entrance examination will be issued approximately fortnight in advance. Any candidate who does not receive any information from this office before 7 days of commencement of the examination may please write to the Registrar by name, giving his/her full particulars, viz name, father’s name, course period for which Applied, registration no, category under which applied etc. or may contact in person.
31. The ragging is banned in the Institute. Ragging is cognizable offence. Stern action against the offenders shall be taken. Any one indulging in ragging will be punished appropriately, including expulsion from the institute and/or imprisonment upto 3 years and /or fine upto Rs.25000/-.
32. ISSUE OF ROLL NOS TO CANDIDATES WHO HAVE NOT SUBMITTED THEIR REQUIRED DOCUMENT(S)
The candidates, who have not been issued Roll Numbers/Admit Cards for appearing the Entrance Test for respective course(s), for want of any document(s), will be issued Roll Numbers, on submission of the required document, up to 5 days only, prior to the date of the Entrance Test. No request for issue of Roll No./Admit Card will be entertained thereafter.

HOSTEL ACCOMODATION

1 Partially furnished Hostel Accommodation is available within the campus of the Institute.
2. The candidates joining MD/MS/MDS and DM/M.Ch. courses as Junior/ Senior Residents respectively are allotted rent free accommodation
3. Sponsored/ Deputed candidates will not be provided hostel accommodation. These candidates will be considered for allotment of hostel room during the last semester of their studies only on availability of a room. Candidate pursuing DM/M.Ch Course will however, be considered for allotment of hostel for six months for 5th semester only.
4. Foreign students (Male only) will be provided hostel accommodation only in International Hostel, sector 15, Chandigarh. In case of refusal, they shall have to make their own arrangement of their stay.
5. Mess/Canteen facilities are available in the campus.
6. Every resident who has been allotted hostel accommodation is required to pay Rs.600/- as security money which will be refunded at the time of vacation of hostel room.
7. Rules and Regulations
a) The Hostel Accommodation is allotted by the Hostel Warden of respective Hostels. b) No change of room will be allowed before 6 months of its allotment.
c) In case of change of the room if the key of old room is not handed over within 3 days to the concerned Storekeeper, a penalty of Rs.100/ – and Rs. 200/- per day for bachelor and married hostel will be charged respectively.
d) The residents are required to vacate the Hostel Accommodation within 7 days of the completion of their course term failing which Rs.100/- and Rs.200/- per day will be charged for bachelor and married hostel respectively as penal rent for unauthorized occupation of hostel accommodation. At the same time, the room will be got vacated/unseated by the Hostel Authority / Security Staff during the unauthorized stay.
e) Residents will be responsible for the furniture and other fixtures of the room. In case of damage/loss, a penalty would be imposed as assessed by the Wardens of the Hostels.
f) No electrical /civil alteration in the room is allowed.
g) Cooking in the room (except in Married Doctor’s Hostel) is not allowed.
h) Subletting of the room is not allowed. In case of subletting, the allotment of the room shall be cancelled forth with and at the same time a panel Rent of Rs.100/- and Rs.200/- per day will be charged for the Bachelor and the Married Hostel respectively from date of allotment.
i) Use of Air Conditioner/ Heaters and other electrical appliance consuming high electrical energy is not permitted in the hostel.
j) In case the loss or damage of hostel furniture/ property (i.e. bed, chair, table and curtains etc.) the recovery will be made from the hostel security money.
k) Mutual change of room will be allowed by the hostel authority.
I) The residents are responsible for the cleanliness of their own rooms.

LIBRARY

Dr Tulsi Das Library, PGIMER, was established in 1962 primarily for meeting the requirements of faculty members and Postgraduate students in different Medical Branches of the Institute. The Library has 44000 books and 54550 bound journals and 435 international and 95 national journals. At present the library has 4851 theses of MD, MS, DM, M.Ch and Ph.D from different disciplines.
The library is subscribing to online databases like Science Direct, MD consult, Wiley- Blackwell and Oxford Journals and a total of 494 online full text journals. The library has already implemented technologies like, wi-fi facility to access high speed internet connection, anti theft RFID Gates and CCTV system is used to monitor activities at different sections. The library is giving services like Electronic document delivery service, scanning, inter library loan, current awareness service, reprographic service, CD-Write, internet browsing, reference service, CD-ROM database search and Audio visual facility is also available. The library is opened from (AM to 12 Midnight throughout the year with extended time of two hours during the examination month’s i.e.April and November.

SPORTS AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

The Institute has upheld the healthy tradition of maintaining the intellectual as well as the-physical fitness of the employees and trainees. The facilities for indoor as well as outdoor games like table tennis, badminton, cricket, law tennis, football etc. have been consistently available to the ethusiasts. A huge complex for water sports situated in the immediate vicinity of the men’s hostel is functional. Institute Cultural Programmes Committee works for the promotion of Art, Culture and Literary activities in the campus. Various functions and participation both outside and within the campus, are organized and jointly presented by the students of various courses in the institute namely D.M./M.Ch./M.D. /M.S./MDS Nursing and Medical Technology. As the students come from far and wide, it bestows integration and international understanding. In addition to creative art, dance, drama, song and music presentations by the Institute staff members, Cultural programmes committee, also organizes performances by artists of International repute from India and abroad, periodic film festivals and retrospectives from special bonanzas for mass entertainment Bhargava Auditorium of the Institute is the special attraction being the biggest and one of the best Auditorium in this part of the country. The medium of extracurricular activities is exploited to the maximum of promoting better interpersonal relationship and character building.

PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED FOR THE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

1. All the candidates are required to bring their Admit Card.
2. No candidates will be allowed to take the examination without producing the Admit Card.
3. They are required to be seated on their respective seats 15 minutes before the commencement of examination.
4. Videography/ Still Photography will be done during the examination, whereas Biometric finger print capturing will be done during examination, at the time of councilling and at the time of joining the course.
5. No material /paper including the envelope of the Admit Card is allowed in the examination hall.
6. Mobiles, Pagers or Calculators are strictly prohibited in the examination hall. Please arrange to keep them outside.
7. All the candidates are advised not to copy any question on a piece of paper / hand etc. if found copying down the questions from the question paper, the candidates will be booked under the UNFAIR MEANS CASE and his examination will be cancelled.
7. If any candidate is found of any breach of rules mentioned in the prospectus or guilty of using UNFAIR MEANS, he/she will be liable to be punished by the competent authority.

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If your Centre

If your Test Booklet

If your Roll number

If your Test

If your Response to

22 1 2 3 4 5 72

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122

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172

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222

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number is 15

number is 6324, fill

is 5643, fill in as

Booklet is C, Please Question Number

23 1 2 3 4 5 73

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123

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173

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223

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fill in as below.

CENTRE NUMBER

in as below:

TEST BOOKLET NUMBER

below:

ROLL NUMBER

fill in as below:

TEST BOOKLET CODE

16 is 1 and 4, Please mark as below:

24 1 2 3 4 5 74
25 1 2 3 4 5 75
26 1 2 3 4 5 76
27 1 2 3 4 5 77
28 1 2 3 4 5 78

1 2 3 4 5
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1 5 5

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30 1 2 3 4 5 80

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16. 2 3 5

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SIGNATURE OF THE CANDIDATE SIGNATURE OF THE INVIGILATOR

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Instructions for Filling of Answer Sheets
1. The specimen copy of the answer sheet which will be used for answering question is given at Annexure-I. Candidates are advised to go through it and be conversant with the requirements of giving particulars and marking the answers so that during the examination they could do so without difficulty, without making any mistake and loss of time.
2. The answer sheet will have two sides. Side 1 contains information about the candidate, instructions and examples for filling side 2. The following columns will be filled by the candidate on side 1 (use ball point pen for side 1).
RollNumber : Write your Roll No. here
Nameofcandidate : Write your Name here
Centre Number : Write your Centre Number Here
Category : Write your category such as General, SC, ST, OBC, OPH, RURAL, Foreign National Deputed
Signature of candidate : Put your signature here.
3. Side 2 of the answer sheet will be of special type, which will be scanned on Optical Scanner. This side contains the following columns which are to be filled up neatly and accurately by the candidate (use ball point pen for for side II ):
Test Booklet Code Roll Number Centre Number
Test Booklet Number
Columns 001 to 250
Writing of particulars and responses:

Roll Number Centre Number Test Booklet No.

Test Booklet Code

: Write your roll number as given in the specimen answer Sheet on side 1. For example, Roll No. 5643
: Write your centre number as given in the specimen answer Sheet on Side 1. For example, centre number 15
: Write your test booklet number as indicated on the test Booklet as given in the specimen answer sheet on side 1. For example, test booklet No. 6324.
: Each test booklet has been assigned a code. Note this Code and write it as given in the specimen answer sheet. For example, test booklet code No. C

Writing of responses : Each column corresponds to the serial number of Question given in the test booklet. With each column there are five options which corresponds to the five responses, one or more of which are connect or most appropriate. A candidate is required to indicate the correct answer to the question by darkening the appropriate circle completely.
4. Correct way of marking answer options
The correct way of marking answer options is given below. For example, if your response to question No. 21 is 2 then mark it as below:-

021 1

3 4 5

Similarly, if your response to question No. 55 is 3, then mark it as below:-

055 1 2 4 5

5. Changing an answer:
Answer options once marked cannot be changed. So, be careful while making any answer option.

6. IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
i) Use ballpoint pen only for darkening the appropriate answer option and filling the form. ii) Mark should be dark and should fill the space provided for filling of answer option.
iii) There will be five alternatives for each of the questions numbering 1 to 250. The candidate will indicate his/her response(s)
to the question by darkening the appropriate option(s) completely. iv) Please do not fold the answer sheet and make any stray marks on it.
v) Booklet code as filled up by the candidate will be accepted as final for the purpose of evaluation. In case the booklet code is l e f t blank or more than one booklet code is indicated on the answer sheet, it will be deemed as incorrect booklet code and answer sheet will not be evaluated.
vi) The candidate will not do any rough work on the answer sheet.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PHOTOGRAPHS

1. One recent clear passport size coloured photograph with light backgorund is required to be pasted on the application from at the space provided. Polaroid photographs are NOT acceptable.
2. Photograph MUST be snapped on or after 1st September, 2011.
3. Photograph must be taken with name of candidate (as in application) and date of taking photograph as per the example given below :
Example :

ASHOK KUMAR
1-9-2011

Important : (i) The photograph must be snapped with a placard indicating name of candidate and date of taking photograph, In case name and date are written on the photograph after it, the application will be rejected.
(ii) The name and date on the photograph must be clear and legible.
4. Photograph should not have cap, or goggles etc. Spectacles are allowed.
5. Photograph should be pasted (NOT stapled) on application Form Use good quality adhesive to paste the photograph.
6. The photograph on the application Form should be unattested.
7. Application not complying with these instructions or with unclear photograph will be rejected.
8. Keep a few identical photographs in reserve for use at the time of Entrance
Examination/Admission.
9. Any deviation or discrepancy between actual appearance at the time of examination and facial appearance in the photograph pasted on the application will make the candidate liable for rejection.

IMPORTANT NOTE

In case any candidates is found to have supplied false Information or certificate etc., or is found to have concealed or withheld some information in his/ her application form, he/she shall be debarred from admission.

Any other action that may by considered appropriate by the Director of the Institute may also be taken against him / her which may Include Criminal prosecution.

ANNEXURE – ‘A’

FORM OF SC/ST CERTIFICATE PRESCRIBED

Form of certificat as prescribed in M.H.A., O.M., No. 42/21/49- N.G.S. Dated the 28.01.1952, as revised in Dept.of Per-& A.R, letter No. 36012/6/76-Est. (S.CT), dated the 29.10.1997, to be produced by candidate belonging to a Scheduled Caste or a Scheduled Tribe in Support of his/her claim.

CASTE CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that Shri/Smt./Kum.*……………………………………………………………………………. son/daugher* of……………………………………………….of village/Town*………………………………..in district/Division*………………………………….of the State/Union Territory*………………………….belongs to to he………………………..Caste/Tribe which is recognised as a Scheduled Caste/Scheduied Tribe* under :
The Constitution (Scheduled Caste) Order, 1950
The Constitution (Scheduled Tribe) Order, 1950
The Constitution (Scheduled Caste) (Union Territories) Order, 1951
The Constitution (Scheduled Tribe) (Union Territories) Order, 1957
%1 . As amended by the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Lists (Modification) Order, 1956, the Bomba Re- organization Act, 1960, the Punjab Re-organization Act, 1966- the State of Himachal Pardesh Act, 1970 The North Eastern Areas (Re- organization) Act, 1971 and the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Orders,(Amendment) Act, 1976).
The Constitution (Jammu and Kashmir) Scheduled Caste Order, 1956.
The Constitution (Andaman and Nicobar Islands) Scheduled Tribes, Order, 1959. The Constitution (Dadra and Nagar Haveli) Scheduled Cast Order, 1962.
The Constitution (Dadra and Nagar Haveli) Scheduled Tribes Order,1962. The Constitution (Pondichery) Scheduled Caste Order, 1964.
The Constitution (Uttar Pradesh) Scheduled Tribes, Order,1967. The Constitution (Goa, Daman & Dlu) Scheduled Caste Order, 1968. The Constitution (Goa, Daman & Dlu) Scheduled Tribes Order, 1968. The Constitution (Nagaland) Scheduled Tribes Order, 1970.
The Constitution (Sikkim) Scheduled Tribes Order, 1978. The Constitution (Sikkim) Scheduled Tribes Order, 1978.
% 2. Applicable in the case of Scheduled Caste/Schedule Tribe persons who have migrated from one State/ Union Territory
Administration:
This certificate is issued on the basis of the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe certificate issued to Shri/Smt*……………………………………………………………………………………………………..Father/mother of Shri/Smt/Kum* ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..Of village/town*…………………………………..in District/Division*………………………………….of the State/Union Territory*………………………………who belongs to the ………………..Caste/tribe which is recognised as a Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe* in the State/Union Territory*……………………………………………………….issued by the ……………………………. (Name of prescribed authority) vide their No……………………Date…………………….
%3. Shri*/Kum* …………………………………………………….and /or his/her* family ordinary reside(s) in Village/town*

………………………………………………………..of the State/Union Territory of …………………………………………

Signature………………..
Place………………….. State/Union Territory
**Designation………………..
Date…………………… (With seal of office)
* Please delete the words which are not applicable.
Please quote specific Presidential Order.
% Delete the paragraph which is not applicable.
** Should be signed by the Authorities empowered to issue Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe certificates As specified above.

ANNEXURE – ‘B’

FORM OF CERTIFECATE TO BE PRODUCED BY OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES APPLYING FOR ADMISSION TO CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL INSTTUTE (CEIS) UNDER THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

[G.I., Dept. Of Per. & Trg., O.M.No. 36033/28/94-Esttt. (Res), dated (02.07.1997.]

This is certify that son of of village District/Division in the Sate belongs to the community which is Recognized as Backward Class under:-
*(I) Government of India, Ministry of Welfare, Resolution No. 12011/68/93-NCC (C), danted the 10th September,
1993, pulished in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part-1, Section 1, No.186, dated the 13th eptember, 1993.

*(Ii) Government of India, Ministry of Welfare, Resolution No. 12011/9/94-BBC, dated the 19th
Published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part-1, No. 183, dated the 20th October, 1994.

October, 1994,

*(Iii) Government of India, Ministry of Welfare, Resolution No. 12011/7/95-BCC, dated the 24th May,1995,
published in Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part-1, Section 1, No. 88 dated the 25th May1995.

*(iv) Government of India, Ministry of Welfare, Resolution No. 12011/44/96-BCC, Dated the 6th December , 1996,
published in the Gazette of India, Extraordimary, Part-1, Section 1, No. 210, dated the 11th December 1996

*(V) Government of India, Ministry of Welfare, Resolution No. 12011/09/2004-BCC, Dated the 16th January, 2006, Published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part-1, Section 1, No. 210, Dated the 16th January 2006.

Sh./Smt. And or his/her family ordinarily reside(s) in the District/Division of the State. This is also to certify that he/she does not belogn to the persons/sections (Creamy Layer) mentioned in Columm 3 of the Schedule to the Government of India, Department of Personnel and Training, O.M. No. 36012/2293-Estt. (SCT), dated 08.09.1993. Which is modified vide O.M No. 36033/3/2004 Estt. (Res.) Dated 09.03.2004 or the latest Modification of the Govt. Of India.

District Magistrate
Deputy Commissioner etc.

Dated: SEAL

ANNEXURE – ‘C’

RURAL AREA SERVICE CERTIFICATE

Certified that Dr. son/daughter of Shri Registration No. has served or carried on private practice in the following place(s) during the period indicated against each:

Place Period
From
Days Months Years To
Days Months Years

Certificate that the above mentioned place comprises a village or a Primary Health Centre of town with population of less than 5000 and without a municipal area.

Date

Station

Signature of the Distt. Magistrate

with seal

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ANNEXURE – ‘D’

SPONSORSHIP CERTIFICATE
(Applicable only in case of candidates who are sponsored/deputed)
Note : Sponsorship for Private Hospital/Institute/Nursing Homes, etc. is not accepted.

Certified that Dr. _______________________________________________________________ son/daughter of

Shri

is a permanent / regular employee of the Govt. Deptt/

Medical College since (Date) and has THREE YEARS of Regular/Permanent Service. Please ( ) the type of Institution/ Department sponsoring / deputing the candidate viz.
1. I. Central Govt. 2. State Govt. 3. Autonomous Body of Central Govt. 4. Autonomous Body of State Govt. 5. Public Undertaking 6.
Medical College / Hospital affiliated to a University and recognized by Medical Council of India.
2. Certified that if selected for the course applied for by the applicant he/she will be suitably employed by us after the completion of his/her training course to work for atleast five years in the speciality in which the training is received by him/her at PGI, Chandigarh.
3. Certificate that no financial implication in the form of emoluments/stipend etc. will devolve upon PGI, Chandigrh during the entire period of applicant’s course. Such payment will be the responsibility of sponsoring/deputingauthority.

Date

Station

Signature of the sponsoring/ deputing authority with seal

NB 1.Deputation /Sponsorship of candidates holding tenure appointment (like House Job or Junior or Senior or Senior Residency), adhoc or contract or honorary or appointment aganist a leave vacany shall not be accepted.
2.The sponsoring/deputing Institution should not nominate more than one candidate for a speciality/ superspeciality.
3.The candidate must indicate the subject or thier choice in the application clearly as page 1. Sponsoring / deputation of candidates will be accepted only from the following.:
(a) Central Govt. Departments/ Institution (b) State Govt. Departments/ Institution
(c) Autonomous bodies of the central or State Govt. (d) Public Sector Undertakings.
(e) Medical College affilated to a University and recognized by the Medical Council/Dental Council of India. In case of candidates deputed/ sponsored by Medical College affiliated to a University and recognized by the Medical Council of India, the deputation/ sponsorship certificate signed by the Principal of Medical College concerned only shall be accepted.
Note: The three photograhs to be pasted on this form at the place indicated must be identical. The photograph should be signed by the candidates in ink on the front.

Envelops to be used by the Candidates for Communication

While submitting complete application form, please mention as below on the envelop

Size of the Envelop is 9″x4″

Application for Course

From :
Dr. XXXXXX Address : XXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX

To
The Registrar
PGIMER, Sector 12
Chandigarh
PIN- 160012

Sample of Self Addressed Envelops (Enclose 2 Envelops)

Size of the Envelop is 9″x4″

Application for Course

From :
The Registrar PGIMER Sector 12
Chandigarh-160012

To
Dr. XXXXXX Address : XXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX

Comments

  1. Aanchal Jain says

    from where do i get prospectus and form…pls reply as soon as u get

  2. Aanchal Jain says

    from where do i get prospectus and form…

  3. KANIMOZHI says

    clear me about negative markings in pgi entrance exam(md/ms)

  4. praveen palod says

    want to know as a general category candidate can i get other category seat remain vaceted at the time of third counceling

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