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Tamil Nadu DM MCh 2013 Notification Prospectus Fees Bond Details

Tamil Nadu DM MCh 2013 Notification Prospectus Fees Bond Details

For MS and MD, they have relaxed the Bonds rule this year

For Diploma, so far they have not relaxed

So, as per the present rules, non service PGs taking diploma this year, will be permitted to appear for next exam only in 2017

As per present rules, non service PGs taking Degree will be permitted to appear for DM MCh in 2016

Service PGs Diploma – Next Exam in 2015
Service PGs Degree – Next Exam in 2016


Now, you may wonder why government changed the rule for Private PGs completing Degree

When other states wanted MBBS doctors to work in PHC, Tamil Nadu, even before Central Government proposed the compulsary Post MBBS Service, went in for Post PG Service http://www.targetpg.in/?p=4783

The major changes and upgradations in PHCs took place from 1990s to 2005.

Many PHCs were upgraded to 24 hour PHCs
Mobile Out reach was started
Many Single medical Officer PHCs were made to two medical officers

So new posts were created

Till 2004, PHCs had more vacancies. After 2004, various recruitment methods were done – CMO, CMC, 10 A 1, relaxation of 10 A 1 etc. So PHCs are nearly filled

From 2005, we have around 10 % vacancies in PHC where as vacancies in GH and Medical Colleges are more

No Major expansion has been planned except for addition of new PHCs – around 20 to 25 every year and upgradation 5 to 10 every year. Other than that PHCs are relatively stable.

From 2005, Government started upgrading GH

The GH Modification was planned from 2005 to 2015

The sanctioned posts of medical officers in GH was nearly doubled as per GO 255 and various other schemes like BMWM, 108, Tribal Welfare, Cancer Cervix Screening, CVD Screening, HMIS etc were launched.

Though MBBS Doctors were needed, the need for specialists became more than the need for MBBS Doctors in 2007

Hence Post PG Service was launched in 2007 July in addition to routine recruitment and recruitment under 10 A 1

(Post MBBS Service by central government was launched much later and the strike was in 2007 December)

In the past 7 years (2007,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,2013), around 3000 doctors with PG Qualification have joined service

After 2015, the thrust will be on Medical Colleges till 2025

Now, even though there is still a need for Specialists, the need for Specialists has become less than the need for super specialists

So, they have tweaked the Prospectus for DM , MCh so that

Instead of a person working 2 years as MD and 5 years as DM, they will be getting his services for 7 years as DM, MCh

These are finer aspect of Health HR

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Update : ForInformation toHigher Speciality candidates 2013‐2014 session
The Hall Ticket for the Higher Speciality Entrance Examination to be held on 07‐07‐2013 will be available for downloading for the eligible candidatesfrom04‐07‐2013 onwards.
Secretary, Selection Committee
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For Online Application, go to http://117.218.71.14/SELCOMM/default.aspx
1
ADMISSION TO
THREE YEAR
HIGHER SPECIALITY COURSES
IN TAMIL NADU
GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGES
PROSPECTUS
2013 – 2014 SESSION
SELECTION COMMITTEE
DIRECTORATE OF MEDICAL EDUCATION
CHENNAI – 600 010.
Phone No : 044-28361674
Websites: www.tnhealth.org / www.tn.gov.in
Official Mobile Number : 94457 93131
:
To send SMS to candidates regarding counselling only
( If required )

SELECTION
COMMITTEE
™ ™
COST 2,250 /- 2
AT A GLANCE
™ Last date for downloading : 18.06.2013 5 P.M
™ Last date for receipt of the application : 19.06.2013 5 P.M
™ Date of Entrance Examination : 07.07.2013
™ Expected date of declaration of Result : 12.07.2013
™ Allotment of seats by personal appearance : Mid of July 2013
™ Last date of admission : The time as mentioned in the
allotment order of the candidate.
™ The merit list will be displayed on the notice board of this Directorate. Merit list will be also
available in the websites at www.tnhealth.org and www.tn.gov.in . Results of individual
candidates will not be informed over the phone.
™ Application forms along with the Prospectus can be downloaded from websites
www.tnhealth.org and www.tn.gov.in. Submission of application forms through online
process only. Applications submitted through online shall be considered, only after receiving
the print-out of online entry with necessary attested copies of certificates (duly attested
passport size photograph to be pasted on the space provided). Application with necessary
enclosures to be sent in a large sized cover measuring 38cm X 28cm superscribed
‘APPLICATION FOR HIGHER SPECIALITY COURSES 2013 – 2014 SESSION’ to the
Secretary, Selection Committee, Kilpauk, Chennai -10 before the last date along with a
Demand Draft for 2250/- towards the cost of application form drawn in favour of The
Secretary, Selection Committee and payable at Chennai. Applications with out the
Demand Draft will not be accepted. The name of the candidate and the course applied
for (DM/ MCh) should be mentioned on the reverse of the Demand Draft. SC/ SCA and
ST candidates who are natives of Tamil Nadu are exempted from payment of the cost of
the Application Form.
™ The Application Number will be assigned to each candidate at the time of online submission
™ Candidate can track their application by logging in with their Application No and Password.
™ Random Number generated by computer will be assigned to each candidate before the
Entrance Examination.
™ Eligible Candidates only can download their Hall Tickets by logging with their Application
Number with Password and attend the Entrance Examination.
™ Eligible Candidates only can download their Call Letters by logging with their Application
Number with Password and attend the Counseling as per the date and time mentioned in the
counseling schedule which will also be available on the web-sites. 3
CONTENTS
S.NO PARTICULARS CLAUSE NO
I GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 1
II ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA 2 – 9
III PROCEDURE FOR FILLING & SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION 10 – 22
IV CONDUCT OF EXAMINATION 23 – 32
V SCHEME OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION 33 – 38
VI DECLARATION OF RESULTS 39 – 40
VII MERIT LIST 41 – 43
VIII METHOD OF SELECTION AND ADMISSION 44 – 52
IX CODE NUMBER , DISCIPLINES, DURATION 53
X TUITION FEES 54
XI STIPEND AND SECURITY BOND 55 – 59
XII HEPATITIS B VACCINATION 60
XIII COMMUNICATION 61 4
Prospectus for admission to Higher Speciality Courses 2013-2014 session as per G.O(D) No.
597, Health & Family Welfare (MCA1) Department dated: 07. 06 .2013 and as amended from time
to time.
I. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS : –
1. (a) Candidates seeking admission to Higher Specialty courses should submit the application form
with necessary enclosures which should reach
THE SECRETARY,
SELECTION COMMITTEE,
162, E.V.R. PERIYAR SALAI,
KILPAUK, CHENNAI – 600 010.
on or before 19 –06– 2013 by 5.00 p.m.
(b) The candidates shall ensure that the completed application form with all particulars and
enclosures reaches the Selection Committee within the date and time specified. Applications
received by Speed post / courier or any other means, after the last date & time will not be
accepted irrespective of the date of booking.
(c) The Selection Committee shall not be responsible for any delay in the receipt or for the loss in
transit of application form etc.,
(d) Request for extension of time for submission of documents called for, after the specified date
and time will not be entertained.
(e) Any supporting documents received after the due date or application without required
documents / particulars will not be entertained.
(f) Non-Service Candidates should send their applications directly to the Secretary, Selection
Committee at the above address.
(g) Service Candidates should get their application forwarded only through the proper channel with
the remarks of the forwarding authorities in the format prescribed in the application form. If not,
the applications will be summarily rejected.
(h) Advance copies from the service candidates will not be accepted.
II. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA :
2. Candidates must be Citizen of India.
3. Candidates from other States are not eligible to apply.
4. (i)Candidates who had studied their Under Graduate and Post Graduate courses in Tamil Nadu are
eligible to apply.
(ii)However candidates from other States who had studied in Tamil Nadu are eligible to apply provided
they do not claim nativity in their State and give an undertaking to that effect.
(iii)Other candidates will have to produce the Nativity Certificate of
Tamil Nadu Origin in the format annexed to the application form.
(iv) The Certificate of Nativity in Tamil Nadu should be issued by the competent authority only in
the specified format annexed to the application form and supported by a copy of Passport/
Ration Card / Voter’s ID / Driving License. If the copy of the supporting document is not
produced, then the application form will be rejected. Nativity Certificate submitted later will be
summarily rejected.
(v) Permanent Residence Certificate will not be accepted.
Note:
(a) Nativity Certificate should be produced as per the Instructions in the Annexure – IV
(b) Producing false nativity certificate if detected at any time later during the course of study will result in
expulsion of the candidate and also initiation of criminal proceedings against the candidate. 5
5.(a) Candidates who hold a Post Graduate Degree of the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University or
of any other University recognized as equivalent to the Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University and
included in the schedules to the Indian Medical Council Act of 1956 and who have obtained full
registration either from the Medical Council of India or any of the State Medical Councils are alone
eligible to apply for Higher Speciality Courses.
( b). Non-service candidates who have completed their qualifying post-graduate degree in Tamil nadu
Government medical colleges under State quota/All India quota, who are bound by the two years
government service bond:
I. Non Services candidates who have completed their Post Graduate degree in Tamil Nadu
Government Medical Colleges under state quota and All India Quota will be allowed to appear for
Higher Speciality entrance examination 2013-14 session, for two attempts only. The first attempt
will be taken as immediately after passing the post graduate course ( eg. April 2013) and for the
next year, i.e April 2014, it will be taken as second attempt This will be irrespective of whether the
candidate takes/writes the higher speciality entrance examination or not.
II. Being eligible and allowed for two attempts as above, if a candidate does not take or get admission
to a higher speciality course, he or she will have to complete the bond service ( 2 years of
Government Service) before taking subsequent attempts of Higher Specialty entrance
examination.
III. There is no limit of attempts for appearing to higher speciality entrance examination once the
mandatory two year bond service is completed after taking two attempts.
IV. A candidate who is the process (middle) of completing the mandatory 2 year bond service, he/ she
will be allowed to take the higher speciality entrance examination. If selected for higher speciality
course, he/she on completion of the higher speciality course, will have to complete the remaining
period of 2 year bond service, in addition to the bond service executed for the higher speciality
course.
V. A candidate who has not got any appointment in government service in order to fulfill the 2 year
bond service, after passing the post-graduate (MD/MS) course in 2012, will be permitted to take
the higher speciality entrance examination of this year i.e 2013. If the candidate does not take or
get selected for the higher speciality course, he/she will be allowed to appear for the third attempt
only after completing one year of bond service.
6. (a) Candidates who have obtained the P.G. Degree from Medical Colleges not recognized by the
MCI are not eligible.
(b)Candidates should produce the additional qualification registration certificate of their Post Graduate
degree from the Indian Medical Council or the respective State Medical Council at the time of applying.
7. A candidate who has already acquired a Higher Speciality degree course in any one discipline or who
has already completed the course is not eligible to apply for any other discipline.
8.Candidates who are presently undergoing Higher Speciality course in one discipline are not eligible to
apply for any other discipline.
9(a)Medical Officers selected by the TNPSC and appointed in the Tamil Nadu Medical Service on
regular basis, who have put in minimum of two years of continuous service as on 30.06.2013 are
eligible. 6
(b)Medical Officers serving continuously for two years in Local Bodies of Tamil Nadu as on
30.06.2013 are eligible.
(c ) Contract medical consultants ,and 10 a (1) candidates are eligible to apply as private candidates.
III. PROCEDURE FOR FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION :
10. The candidates shall fill in the application form carefully and legibly.
11.Only photocopies of Certificates should be enclosed and they must be duly attested by a Gazetted
Officer.
12. Applications with incomplete or insufficient particulars or without enclosures or those received after
the last date mentioned will be summarily rejected ( without any intimation to the candidates).
13. Candidates shall ensure that completed application form with all particulars and enclosures
reaches the Selection Committee within the date and time specified. Applications received by
Speed Post/Courier /any other means after last date and time will not be accepted.
14. A candidate shall submit only ONE application form for admission to the entrance examination
15(a) The candidate seeking admission to the entrance examination is required to send his/her
application print out of Online Entry only.
(b) Only recent passport size photograph should be uploaded at the time of online submission.
(c) Attested recent passport size photographs identical to the uploaded photograph should be affixed
to the application form.
Note: If the Photograph is not a recent one taken at the time of submitting the application, the
Application will be rejected.
16.( a ) Incomplete and illegible entry of particulars in the application form will not be taken into
account and such applications are liable to be rejected
( b) Candidates selected for Higher Speciality course should give a declaration that he / she will
forego selection / admission into the Higher Speciality course, if suppression of factual information
is found at any time during or after the admission to the course and the selection / admission shall
be liable for cancellation based on that declaration at any time during or after the admission to the
course, and are not eligible to apply for 2 years from the date of appearance for the Entrance
Examination.
17. Candidates must enclose only Photocopies of the following documents duly attested by a Gazetted
Officer in the order indicated below along with the application form failing which the application is
liable to be rejected.
(a)The Postgraduate course completion certificate from the parent college where the candidate had
undergone the post-graduate degree course.
(b)Postgraduate degree certificate / provisional certificate awarded by the university concerned to
which the Institution is affiliated.
(c)Permanent Medical Registration Certificates of the MBBS Degree and additional qualification
registration certificate for Post Graduate degree issued by the All India Medical Council or any 7
State Medical Council.
(d)Postgraduate Degree attempt certificate obtained from the institution where the candidate
completed his/her PG Degree.
(e)Eligibility certificate from Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University for candidates who have qualified
from other Universities. This shall be produced at the time of Counselling when called for.
(f) Certificate of satisfactory completion of two year bond period.
(g) TNPSC Selection & Posting Order ( For Service Candidates.)
(h) Nativity certificate ( if applicable ) with supportive documents
18. It shall be the responsibility of the candidate to give the correct mailing address on the main
application form. If there is any change of address it should be intimated immediately to the
Selection Committee in writing.
19. The Selection Committee shall not be held responsible for any loss in transit or for incorrect address
given by the candidate.
20. The Government orders issued and to be issued from time to time pertaining to any of the matters
contained in the prospectus should be read as part and parcel of this prospectus and such terms
and conditions in the Government order are deemed to have been incorporated in this prospectus
21(i) Service candidates should send their online printout applications through the proper channel with
the forwarding authority’s remarks and with the service particulars carefully filled up by the
forwarding authority as prescribed in the application form. Application of the Service candidates
who have completed two years of service alone will be considered. The Heads of Departments
have to issue a Certificate of completion of the required service The application should reach in
the stipulated time. If the application is received after the last date, it will not be accepted
irrespective of date of submission and date of forwarding by the Competent authority.
ii) a) Medical Officers selected by the TNPSC and appointed in Tamil Nadu Medical Services on
regular basis, who have put in minimum of two years of continuous service as on 30.06.2013 are
only eligible.
b) Medical Officers serving continuously for two years in Local Bodies of Tamil Nadu as on 30. 06.
2013 are only eligible.
22. Applications without the signature of the candidate will be rejected.
IV. CONDUCT OF EXAMINATION :
23. The Entrance Examination will be conducted only at Chennai as scheduled below
DM/ MCh Courses : 10.00 AM – 01.15 PM
First / Single Option : 10.00 AM – 11.30 AM 07.07.2013
Second Option : 11.45 AM – 01.15 PM
¾ This Entrance Examination is valid only for admission to Higher Specialty courses for the
academic year 2013-2014.
¾ The Centre in which the entrance examination is to be written will be given in the Hall Ticket. .
¾ The examination will be conducted only in English.
¾Answers should be shaded with a Ball Point Pen in the OMR answer sheet as per the instructions
given and if it is shaded with any other item the answer sheets will not be considered for valuation
without any intimation to the candidate. The ball point pen will be provided in the examination
hall. 8
24. ( a) Each candidate will be allowed to give not more than two options in the order of preference while
applying for Higher Specialty courses.
(b) Options once given cannot be changed.
25 (a) Candidates opting for admission to TWO different courses will be permitted to appear for the
FIRST OPTION discipline paper FIRST. The completed answer sheet and question booklet of the
first option should be handed over to the invigilator after one and half hour. Thereafter the
question booklet of the SECOND OPTION will be given to the candidate to be answered within
the next one and half hour. The candidate will be permitted to leave the hall only after completing
and handing over the second paper and not in between.
(b) Candidates who do not appear for the first option paper will not be permitted to appear for the
second option paper alone.
26. Hall Tickets should be downloaded by the candidates prior to the commencement of the entrance
examination. However admission to Entrance Examination does not confer on the candidate the
right of admission to the course if the candidate is found to be ineligible later.
27. Candidates admitted for the entrance examination will have to come at their own expense and will
have to make their own arrangements for stay.
28. Candidates with Hall Tickets without envelope only will be allowed to enter the Examination Hall.
29. a) Candidates for D.M and M.Ch courses are advised to be present at 9.30 a.m. in the Examination
Center. They are required to be seated on their respective seats 15 minutes before the
commencement of examination and to fill up the 1st page of Question Booklet. Question Booklets
should not be opened by the candidates before 10.00 A.M. for Option I and before 11.45 AM for
Option II respectively.
b)Candidates who report after 15 minutes of the commencement of the examination shall not be
permitted to appear for the examination.
30. Candidates shall not be allowed to carry any text material printed or written, bits of paper, electronic
devices with or without remote sensing like Pagers, Cellular Phones or Electronic Diary etc., and
pencil /pens inside the Examination Hall.
31. Candidates appearing for single / two options will not be allowed to leave the examination hall before
the end of the examination.( Single option 11.30 AM and double option 01.15 PM ).
32. Candidates shall maintain silence. Any misconduct will result in forfeiture of the right to continue the
examination. His / Her answer will not be considered for valuation. Further the candidate will not be
allowed to apply for Higher Speciality Courses for 3 years (Three Years).
V. SCHEME OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION :
33. All the Candidates seeking admission should appear for an Entrance Examination conducted by the
Selection Committee.
34. Each paper will be of Postgraduate Degree standard and will contain 120 objective type questions
with 4 responses. Out of the 120 questions, 60 questions will be from Basic Sciences and the other
60 questions will be related to the Speciality concerned.
35. Each question will carry 1 mark. There will be No Negative marks for incorrect responses.
36. Indicating more than one response, will be deemed as incorrect response and will be given zero
mark. The Maximum marks will be computed to 90. 9
37. The number of Questions in each subject is as shown below.
a) BASIC SCIENCES:
SUBJECT NO.OF QUESTIONS
Anatomy 10
Physiology 10
Bio-chemistry 10
Pharmacology 10
Pathology 10
Microbiology 10
Total 60
The Basic Science questions will be of Postgraduate standard and would be related to the discipline
concerned.
b) CONCERNED DISCIPLINE:
60 Questions will be related to the discipline concerned e.g. Cardiology, Neurology, Cardio Thoracic
Surgery etc., and the standard would be of Post Graduate Degree
38. Candidates are not allowed to take back the question booklets and any request for the issue of
Xerox copies of question booklets/ answer sheets/ keys will not be entertained
VI. DECLARATION OF RESULTS :
39.
a. The individual Entrance Examination Marks for 90 will be displayed at the office of
the Selection Committee and on the websites: (http: www.tnhealth.org / http://www.tn.gov.in).
b. The Secretary, Selection Committee will publish a merit list at the office of the Selection
Committee and on the websites http://www.tnhealth.org. / http://www.tn.gov.in
40. There will be no Rechecking/ Revaluation/ Retotalling of answers.
VII. MERIT LIST :
41. Two merit lists – 1) Open Merit List and 2 ) Service Merit List will be published
Open merit list ( for both service and non- service )for each discipline of the Higher Speciality
course will be prepared by computing the entrance examination marks and experience marks, which
will be calculated to a maximum of 100 (Entrance Examination Marks to a maximum of 90 +
Experience Marks to a maximum of 10).
Service merit list will be published separately.
42. a) The Individual Mark (Service / Non-service) is calculated by computing the marks secured by the
Candidate in the Entrance Examination and Experience Marks of one mark for each year after
completion of the P.G. Degree which is calculated from the last date of the month of passing
Examination to 30.06.2013. (E.g. If a candidate scores 50 Marks out of 90 marks in Entrance
Examination and has completed Two Years after P.G. Degree as on 30.06.2013, the
candidate’s total Marks will be 50+2=52).
b) Fractional values of a year will not be counted for awarding marks for experience
43. Determination of inter se merit (rank) of candidates obtaining equal marks :
In case of two or more candidates obtaining equal marks in the total aggregate of 100 marks, the
Inter-se merit (Rank) of such candidates shall be determined on the basis of the following order of
preference:-
a. Marks obtained in the entrance examination
b. Least number of appearances in the Postgraduate Degree examination.
c. Seniority in age.
d. Random number assigned (Higher value will be given preference) 10
VIII. METHOD OF SELECTION AND ADMISSION :
44.(a) The final preparation of the selection list / waiting list for admission of candidates to the various
disciplines of the Higher Speciality courses will be made on the basis of the merit list for each
Higher Speciality.
(b) The merit list alone, one for each Higher Speciality Course will be considered. The allotment of
seats will be purely on the basis of merit in respect of the options given by the candidates.
45.a)The Selection will be made by Counselling based on Merit only and no communal reservation will
be followed.
b) 50% of seats in each speciality and in each college are reserved for service candidates, in
addition to those service candidates selected in the open category. In case an odd number seat
remains in any speciality in the total seats sanctioned for that speciality, that seat shall be marked
for open category and filled by merit (as illustrated in Example 1).
The odd seat stated above is referable to each speciality and not to each college ( as illustrated
in Example 2)
Example 1 : In MCh (Urology ) course, there are 8 seats in Madras Medical
College, 5 seats in Stanley Medical College and 6 seats in Kilpauk Medical College. Thus there are
totally 19 seats with 10 seats for the open category and 9 seats for the Service Category.
Example 2 : In DM ( Nephrology ) course there are 6 seats in Madras Medical College and 1
seat each in Stanley Medical College and Kilpauk Medical College. Of the 6 seats in Madras
Medical College 3 each will be allotted to the open and service categories. The single seat in
Stanley Medical College and Kilpauk Medical College will be allotted one each for the open and
service categories as per Merit .
c) If there are no Non-service candidates opting for any Higher Speciality Course, the same will be
allotted to service candidates and vice versa.
d) For the newly sanctioned seats after the I Phase of counselling, reallotment of courses / colleges
will be permitted as per merit from rank one. Joined and waitlisted candidates only can attend the
counselling for the allotment of above seats
e) Candidates who are absent at the time of counselling without a valid reason for absence will not
be considered for admission. However the Selection Committee reserves the right to permit the
candidate to attend the counselling if a valid reason for absence is communicated to the Selection
Committee. The candidate so permitted can only claim if the seat is available at the time when the
candidate actually attends.
46 a. Candidates securing less than 50% of Entrance Examination Marks in other communities and 40% of
the Entrance Examination Marks in reserved communities (BC, BCM, MBC, SC, SCA & ST) will not be
considered for Counselling. (Entrance Examination Marks =Marks for 90).
b. Strict discipline should be maintained by the candidates for smooth conduct of counselling. If the
candidates are found to indulge in any untoward activities, they will be debarred from the
counselling and selection for the present and subsequent sessions.
c. The candidates appearing for allotment by personal appearance should bring the documents
enclosed along with application in original . In any case candidates without original certificates /
documents, shall not be allowed to participate in the counselling. Candidates who have
deposited their original documents to Institutions / Universities and come for counselling with a
certificate stating that “ their original certificates are submitted with institution/ University” will
NOT be allowed to participate in the counseling .
47. Any change or modification and relevant information pertaining to this admission process will be
made available immediately on the websites. (www.tnhealth.org / www.tn.gov.in.) The candidates
are instructed to frequently visit the websites from the date of application till the end of counseling
without fail. All information including the date of counseling will be put up in the website. Call letters
can only be downloaded from the websites. Candidates will be permitted for counseling
accordingly. 11
48. Unauthorized absence of candidates for one month or more will be treated as discontinuation and
the vacancy will be filled up by the Selection Committee depending on the availability of the time
before cut-off date
49. Option exercised at the time of counseling is final and no request for change of discipline is
permitted.
50. The candidates who are selected at the time of counselling shall pay the tuition
fees in total for a sum of Rs.30,000/- (Rupees Thirty thousand only) by way of Demand
Draft drawn in favour of the Secretary, Selection Committee, Kilpauk, Chennai – 10 payable
at Chennai, at the time of receipt of the allotment order. After the receipt of the joining report from
the Deans of the respective colleges, this amount will be transferred to the colleges concerned.
This fee is not refundable.
All candidates attending the counseling for D.M. / MCh courses have to remit a nonrefundable amount of Rs.500/- by means of Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Secretary,
Selection Committee as processing fee .
51. a) The candidates who discontinue the course shall pay discontinuation fees to the Deans of the
respective colleges the sum as specified below by way of Demand Draft drawn in favour of The
Secretary, Selection Committee, Kilpauk , Chennai -10 payable at Chennai.
For DM / MCh Courses
From 24.09.2013 to 29.09.2013 2 lakhs
On or After 30.09.2013 10 lakhs
b) Candidates who join a Higher Specialty Course in any discipline and discontinue the course on
any grounds after the cut off date fixed by the Medical Council of India are eligible to apply only
after a period of 2 years from the date of discontinuation of the course.
52. The admissions to DM / MCh Courses for 2013-2014 will close on the cut off date of admission (i.e.
on 30-09-2013) as per the Guidelines issued by the Medical Council of India and the Tamil Nadu Dr.
M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai – 32.
IX. CODE NUMBER, DISCIPLINES, DURATION, PRIOR REQUIREMENT:
53. Refer to the following Annexure for details and information.
a. Annexure I – Code Number / Discipline / Duration / Eligibility.
b. Annexure II – Postgraduate Degree subjects with code numbers .
X. TUITION FEES:
54. Total Fees Per Annum for D.M. / M.Ch Courses
Tuition Fees 20,000/- p.a.
Special Fees 10,000/- p.a.
Total Fees 30,000/- p.a.
Students of SC / ST community, whose annual income is less than 2,00,000 ( Rupees two lakhs
only ) are exempted from payment of all compulsory, Non refundable fees
(Enrollment/ Registration, Tuition, Games, Union, Library, Magazine, Medical Examination and such
other fee compulsorily payable by the scholar to the Institution or University / Board) and also
exempted from all compulsory Non refundable fees fixed by the “ Fee Committee”. The fees, so
exempted shall be claimed by the respective Institutions under the Scholarship Programme of the
Government of India. (As per G.O.(Ms) No 6 AD and TW Dept. dated 09.01.2012).
XI. STIPEND AND SECURITY BOND :
55. All candidates selected will be paid stipend/salary as per the Government Orders in force. 12
56. ( a ) All the selected service candidates at the time of joining should execute a bond as shown in the
Annexure VI for a sum of 25,00,000/- (Rupees twenty filve lakhs Only) to the Government that
they would serve the Government till the date of superannuation with three sureties. One surety
should be from the Tamil Nadu Medical Service in the same rank as that of the candidate or Medical
Officers of Higher rank with leftover service of 5 years. Two sureties should be the spouse/parent
of the candidate. PAN numbers of the sureties should be furnished.
The prescribed form will be available in the colleges at the time of admission. The bond will
become infructuous if the service candidates serves the Government of Tamil Nadu after the
completion of the Course until superannuation.
( b ) All service candidates of Tamil Nadu who have less than 5 years of service after passing
Higher Speciality Degree course have to serve the Government for a period of 5 years from the
date of Passing the examination irrespective of the date of superannuation, if the Government
required their services. They will be paid salary till superannuation . After superannuation salary
will be given as per the Government Order in force. They have to furnish an undertaking to this
effect at the time of joining the course.
57. All recipients of stipend should execute the surety bond available in the Office of the Dean at the
time of admission.
58 (a) All the selected Non Service candidates at the time of joining should execute a bond as
shown in the Annexure VI for a sum of 25,00,000/- (Rupees twenty five lakhs only) for Higher
Speciality Courses 2013-2014 session undertaking that they shall serve the Government of Tamil
Nadu for a period of not less than 5 years, if their services are required by the Government of
Tamil Nadu. During the above period they will be paid a salary on par with the fresh recruits of the
Government of Tamil Nadu Medical Services and the Government of Tamil Nadu will requisition
their services, if required, within a period of 2 years from the date of completion of their Higher
Speciality Course. The bond should be executed by the candidate with three sureties who are
Income Tax Assessees. Two of the sureties should be the spouse/parent of the candidate with
proof of address, photocopy and details of immovable properties. The PAN Number of the
sureties also should be furnished. The bond will become infructuous if the candidate serves the
State Government of Tamil Nadu if required for a minimum period of 5 years.
58 (b) All the selected Non service candidates who have not completed the mandatory 2 year bond
period after that PG course (MD/MS)done in Tamil Nadu Government Medical Colleges under the
state quota/all India quota will have to give an undertaking that they will complete the remaining
period of the 2 years bond period or 2 years bond period as the case may be which has already
been executed by them at the time of joining their PG course.
Non service candidates will be paid stipend till the age of 58 years only.
59. The bonds are governed by clause (c) under exemption under Article 57 of Schedule 1 of the Indian
Stamp Act, 1879 (Central Act II of 1879). Hence the bonds executed need not be stamped.
XII.. HEPATITIS-B VACCINATION:
60. Candidates selected for admission to the various Higher Speciality courses should take Hepatitis-B
Vaccination and submit a Medical Certificate as proof thereof to the Head of the Institutions at the
time of admission. The Heads of Institutions should not admit any candidate without the Medical
Certificate and also ensure that the candidate is periodically vaccinated during the course of study.
XIII. COMMUNICATION :
61. a) All Communications will be sent only to the mailing address given in the application. Candidates
are requested to give any change of address immediately. The Intimation / Call letters will be sent
either by Certificate of Posting, Registered Post, Speed Post, Courier Service or by Telegram
whichever is feasible. Selection Committee is not responsible for any postal delay. 13
b) Candidates should inform the change of address, change of postings etc., immediately to the
Selection Committee. If the change of address is not intimated to the Selection Committee in time,
the Selection Committee will not be responsible for delay in communication. The results will be
published in the Website www.tnhealth.org and www.tn.gov.in as well as the Selection Committee
Office Notice Board. The Counselling Schedule will also be available in the above website.
62. The candidates who join Higher Speciality Courses should not indulge in any kind of
agitation/strike/ragging activity inside/outside the college campus during the course of study.
Candidates found to take part in any such activities mentioned above will be expelled from the
course/college, at any part of the course of study and criminal action will be taken against them.
63. Any candidate appearing for the entrance examination is deemed to have read the content in this
Prospectus and agrees with all the conditions and clauses and will not have the right challenge any
of the Regulations after appearing for the Entrance Examination
DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL EDUCATION 14
ANNEXURE I
SPECIALITY CODE
CODE NO DM COURSES DURATION ELIGIBILITY
06 NEUROLOGY 3 YEARS 1. M.D GENERAL MEDICINE
2. M.D PAEDIATRIC MEDICINE
07 CARDIOLOGY 3 YEARS 1. M.D GENERAL MEDICINE
2. M.D PAEDIATRIC MEDICINE
08 NEPHROLOGY 3 YEARS 1. M.D GENERAL MEDICINE
2. M.D PAEDIATRIC MEDICINE
09 MEDICAL
GASTROENTEROLOGY
3 YEARS 1. M.D GENERAL MEDICINE
2. M.D PAEDIATRIC MEDICINE
10 RHEUMATOLOGY 3 YEARS 1. M.D GENERAL MEDICINE
2. M.D PAEDIATRIC MEDICINE
24 ONCOLOGY 3 YEARS 1. M.D GENERAL MEDICINE
2. M.D RADIOTHERAPY
3. M.D PAEDIATRIC MEDICINE
30 NEONATOLOGY 3 YEARS 1. M.D PAEDIATRIC MEDICINE
CODE
NO
M.Ch COURSES DURATION ELIGIBILITY
11 NEUROSURGERY 3 YEARS 1. M.S GENERAL SURGERY
12 CARDIOTHORACIC
SURGERY
3 YEARS 1. M.S GENERAL SURGERY
13 UROLOGY 3 YEARS 1. M.S GENERAL SURGERY
14 SURGICAL
GASTROENTEROLOGY
3 YEARS 1. M.S GENERAL SURGERY
15 PAEDIATRIC SURGERY 3 YEARS 1. M.S GENERAL SURGERY
16 PLASTIC &
RECONSTRUCTIVE
SURGERY
3 YEARS 1. M.S GENERAL SURGERY
17 VASCULAR SURGERY 3 YEARS 1. M.S GENERAL SURGERY
28 SURGICAL ONCOLOGY 3 YEARS 1. M.S GENERAL SURGERY
2. M.S ENT
3. M.S ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
4. M.D/ M.S OBSTETRICS &
GYNAECOLOGY
29 ENDOCRINE SURGERY 3 YEARS 1. M.S GENERAL SURGERY 15
ANNEXURE II
CODE NO SUBJECT
18 M.D GENERAL MEDICINE
19 M.D PAEDIATRIC MEDICINE
20 M.D OBSTETRICS &
GYNAECOLOGY
21 M.S GENERAL SURGERY
22 M.S ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
23 M.S ENT
25 M.D RADIOTHERAPY 16
ANNEXURE III
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PHOTOGRAPHS
1. Recent passport size photograph with light background is required.
2. Polaroid photograph are NOT acceptable.
3. Photograph must be snapped on or after 25th May , 2013.
4. Photograph must be taken with a placard indicating name of candidate ( as in the application) and
date of taking photograph.
5. In case the name and date are written on the photograph after taking it, the application will be
rejected.
6. The name and date on the photograph must be clear and legible.
7. Photograph should NOT have cap and goggles. Spectacles are allowed.
8. One photograph should be pasted ( NOT STAPLED ) on Application Form.
9. Photograph should be attested by a Gazetted Officer / Dean / Principal with a clear stamp.
10. Applications not complying with these instructions or with unclear photographs
Will be rejected.
11. Keep a few identical photographs in reserve for use at the time of Entrance
Examination / Admission.
Note: If the photograph is not a recent one taken at the time of submitting the application, the
Application will be rejected. 17
ANNEXURE IV
INSTRUCTIONS FOR NATIVITY CERTIFICATE
1. This Certificate should be issued by an officer of the Revenue Department not
below the rank of Tahsildar in the Taluk concerned.
2. This Certificate should not be issued by the Special Tahsildars, Deputy Tahsildars such as
Loans, Land Acquisition, Election, Excise and HQs, Deputy Tahsildars,
Special Deputy Collectors, Assistant Commissioner of Agricultural Income, Excise, Elections
etc.
3. This Certificate should be signed also by the Village Administrative Officer.
4. The Certificate should bear the stamp of the office of the Officer signing the Certificate.
5. Any foreign national irrespective of the period of study in the State will not become eligible
to apply for this course. No certificate of Nativity in the State of Tamil Nadu, should
therefore be issued to Nationals of other countries for this purpose.
6. The certifying officers should insist upon clear proof of the Nativity of the Parent or Guardian
of the candidate and satisfy themselves on the genuineness of the residential qualification.
They should be particularly careful in the case of candidates whose mother tongue is not
Tamil and whose place of birth is other than Tamil Nadu and who have studied MBBS /
MD / MS /DNB outside Tamil Nadu.
7. Residence Certificate will not be considered as Nativity Certificate.
8. The guidelines prescribed for the issue of Nativity Certificate and they are as follows as per
Letter No.RA.V(B)16932/2000, dated 3-4-2000 of the Special Commissioner and
Commissioner of Revenue Administration, Chepauk, Chennai-5.
(i) The parents/guardians of the applicants/students or the applicants themselves
should have permanently resided continuously for a period of five years in Tamil Nadu.
(ii) Permanently residing for a period of five years should be supported by documentary
evidence.
(iii) The family ration card, Electoral Roll, Census List if taken recently, documents like sale
deed,tax receipt etc. relating to the property owned by either of the parents or by the
applicant may be verified.
(iv) The Transfer Certificate issued by the School authorities where the applicant had
studied last may be verified to know whether he was in the state for five years.
(v) Enquiry in the village / place of residence of the neighbour / Village Administrative
Officers regarding continuous residing.
(vi) To ensure that wrong or incorrect address had not been furnished to obtain the
certificate.
(vii) The birth place of the present, place of residence of the parent / father, permanent
assets, mother tongue, place of education, place of marriage of the applicant / parents,
the period of stay in and outside Tamil Nadu can also be considered before issuing
certificate. 18
ANNEXURE V
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE FOR ADMINISTRATION OF HEPATITIS-B VACCINATION
I, Dr. ___________________________ Registration No. _______ certify that I have
this _____ day of _____ 2013 administered the Hepatitis-B Vaccine to the candidate whose
particulars are given below :
1. Name of the Candidate :
2. Father’s Name :
3. Sex :
4. Age :
5. Identification marks :
6. Dose I/II/III :
Signature of the Applicant : Signature of Medical Officer :
Name and Designation :
PLACE :
DATE : Officer Seal : 19
ANNEXURE VI
AGREEMENT BOND FOR CANDIDATES ADMITTED TO HIGHER SPECIALITY COURSES FOR
2013-2014 SESSION
THIS DEED OF BOND IS EXECUTED AT ____________________________ ON THIS DAY OF
_______________ BY
NAME:___________________________
S/O, D/O, W/O _____________________
RESIDING AT (PERMANENT ADDRESS):________________________
(TEMPORARY ADDRESS):_________________________
LAND LINE PHONE NO:____________
MOBILE NO:______________________
email id:__________________________
TO IN FAVOUR OF _________________________ COLLEGE
WHEREAS the Party of the First Part have applied for admission in _________________higher speciality course /
_________________Post Graduate Degree / Diploma / MDS/ 6 year MCh Neurosurgery course and the Party of
the First Part has been selected in the said course.
As per the prospectus the Party of the First Part has agreed to serve the Government of Tamil Nadu till
superannuation ( For Service Candidates ) and for a period not less than____________ years ( For Non Service
Candidates ) after successful completion of the ____________________ higher speciality course /
_________________Post Graduate Degree / Diploma / MDS/ 6 year MCh Neurosurgery course and on such
failure of not completing the full bond period of _______________years, the Party of the First Part shall forthwith
pay a sum of Rs____________(Rupees______________________________________ only).
During the above period, the Party of the First Part ( For Non Service Candidates ) shall be paid a salary on par
with the fresh recruits of the Government of Tamil Nadu Medical Services and the Government of Tamil Nadu will
requisition their services, if required, within a period of 2 years from the date of completion of the
____________________ higher speciality course / _________________Post Graduate Degree / Diploma course/
MDS/ 6 year MCh Neurosurgery.
AND WHEREAS for the better protection of the Government, the Party of the First Part has agreed to execute the
bond with 3 sureties who are Income Tax assessees to stand guarantee for the above said amount of Rs
______________(Rupees_______________________________ only).
AND WHEREAS the Party of the First Part have also agreed that on successful completion of the
____________________ higher speciality course / _________________Post Graduate Degree / Diploma / MDS/
6 year MCh Neurosurgery course his/ her certificates relating to ____________________ higher speciality course
/ _________________Post Graduate Degree / Diploma / MDS/ 6 year MCh Neurosurgery 20
course will not be given to the Party of the First Part unless the Party of the First Part successfully completes the
bond period of ______________ years or pay to the Governor of Tamil Nadu his successors and assignees
(hereinafter called “ The Government”) on demand the sum of Rs_________
(Rupees_______________________________ only) and on such default together with interest at Government rates
thereon from the date of demand on the said amount. The Party of the First Part__________________________ or
his/ her legal heirs, executors and administrators shall forthwith pay to the Government on demand the said sum of
Rs__________________________(Rupees______________________only) together with interest from the demand
at Government rate in force on Government Loan.
AND WHEREAS the Government have , at the request of the Party of the First Part
___________________________ employed as ___________________ granted stipend to him / her for a period of
24/ 36 months with effect from ___________ in order to enable him/ her to study at ________________
________________________________ College.
AND WHEREAS if the Party of the First Part __________________________________________
works for a period of less than 24/ 36 months during the ____________________ higher speciality course /
_________________Post Graduate Degree / Diploma / MDS/ 6 year MCh Neurosurgery course , the proportionate
amount will be treated as stipend and the Party of the First Part _________________________shall pay back in
addition to the security amount of
Rs________________________(Rupees_______________________only) the balance amount of stipend to the
Government.
AND WHEREAS if the Party of the First Part____________________________
discontinues the course at any time before the completion of the _________________Higher Speciality Course
__________________________PG Degree/ Diploma/ MDS/ 6 year MCh ( Neurosurgery ) Course the Party of the
First Part shall pay back in total, amount received as stipend and the appropriate discontinuation fee in total as
prescribed in the Prospectus of the year of joining the Course together with interest from the demand at Government
rate in force on Government Loan.
AND upon the Party of the First Part _____________________ or
1._________________or 2._____________________or 3.______________________
The sureties aforesaid making such payment, the above written bond shall be void and be of no effect, otherwise it
shall remain in force and virtue.
PROVIDED always that the liability of the sureties hereunder shall not be impaired or discharged by reasonable
time being granted or by any forbearance, act or omission of the Government or any person authorized by them
(Whether with or without the consent knowledge of the sureties) nor shall it be necessary for the Government to sue
the Party of the First Part before suing the sureties 1.__________________________________________________
2___________________________________________ and 3._________________________________
Or any of them for amount due hereunder.
This bond shall in all respects be Governed by the Laws of India, for the time being in force, and the rights and
liabilities shall, where necessary, be accordingly determined by the appropriate courts in India.
This bond is exempted from stamp duty, under Article 57 of Schedule- I of the Indian Stamp Act , 1899. ( Central
Act II of 1899 )
NOW THE DEED OF INDEMNITY BOND WITNESSESS AS FOLLOWS:
1. The Party of the First Part has agreed to serve the Government of Tamil Nadu Medical Services for a period
of ____________________ on successful completion of the ____________________ higher speciality
course / _________________Post Graduate Degree / Diploma / MDS/ 6 year MCh Neurosurgery course
and in the event of default the Party of the First Part shall pay forthwith a sum of
Rs__________________Rupees_____________________________________ only) to the Government of
Tamil Nadu Medical Services.
For the aforesaid amount of Rs ___________ Rupees_________________ ________________only) the Party of the
First Part has brought 3 sureties and it should stand alive till successful completion of the ________years bond
period with the Government by the Party of the First Part. Or in the event21
2. of such default till payment of Rs__________Rupees_____________________________________ only) is
paid to the Government of Tamil Nadu Medical Services.
3. The Party of the First Part agrees that till the successful completion of the period of __________years
service to the Government of Tamil Nadu or till the payment of Rs___________
Rupees___________________________________________________only
is paid the certificates relating to ____________________ higher speciality course /
_________________Post Graduate Degree / Diploma / MDS/ 6 year MCh Neurosurgery course shall be in
the custody of the Party of the Second Part College and the Government has a first lien over all the
certificates gained by the candidate at the time of admission.
The Party of First Part authorizes for retention of the certificates till the lien is cleared / discharged.
Signed and Dated at _____________ on this the ____________day of __________________.
Signed and delivered by the Party of the First Part _______________.
Signature of the Candidate.
In the presence of :
Witness 1. Witness 1.
Name: Name:
Address: Address:
Signature Signature
Signed and delivered by the Surety _______________________________
Signature of the Surety with seal.
In the presence of :
Witness 1. Witness 2.
Name: Name:
Address: Address:
Signature Signature
Signed and delivered by the Surety ____________________________
Signature of the Surety with seal. 22
In the presence of :
Witness 1. Witness 2.
Name: Name:
Address: Address:
Signature Signature
Signed and delivered by the Surety _____________________.
Signature of the Surety with seal.
In the presence of :
Witness 1. Witness 2.
Name: Name:
Address: Address:
Signature Signature
ACCEPTED
For and behalf of any of the order and direction of the Government of Tamilnadu.
Date :
Station : Dean
———————- Medical College 23
PROFORMA
1. Name of the Candidate :
2.
3. Name of the Institution and place where he has
Worked last :
3. Designation :
4. Name of the PG Course :
5. Duration of the Course :
6. Date of joining the Course :
7. Whether Service / Non service candidate :
8. If service candidate date of joining service :
9. Total service prior to joining the course :
10. Permanent address :
DECLARATION
I hereby declare that the above particulars are true to the best of my knowledge and I
have executed / prescribed the bond. If the particulars furnished above are incorrect, I will
remit back the stipend amount paid to me with interest thereon.
Date :
Station : SIGNATURE OF THE CANDIDATE 24
ANNEXURE VII
TENTATIVE SEAT MATRIX-2013-2014 SESSION
DM COURSES
MCh COURSES
Speciality Madras
Medical
College
Stanley
Medical
College
Kilpauk
Medical
College
Madurai
Medical
College
Tanjavur
Medical
College
Coimbatore
Medical
College
Tirunelvelli
Medical
College
Chengalpet
Medical
College
Total
Neurosurgery 12 – – 2 1 2 – – 17
Cardiothoracic
Surgery 14 – – 2 – – – – 16
Urology 8 5 6 – – – – – 19
Gastro
Enterology 6 2 – – – – – – 8
Pediatric
Surgery 9 – – 2 1 4 – – 16
Plastic
Surgery 8 6 6 2 1 2 – 1 26
Vascular
Surgery 3 1 – – – – – – 4
Oncology – – 4 – – – – – 4
Endocrine
Surgery 2 – – – – – – – 2
Total Seats 62 14 16 8 3 8 – 1 112
Speciality Madras
Medical
College
Stanley
Medical
College
Kilpauk
Medical
College
Madurai
Medical
College
Tanjavur
Medical
College
Coimbatore
Medical
College
Tirunelvelli
Medical
College
Chengalpet
Medical
College
Total
Neurology 14 3 – 2 – – 1 – 20
Cardiology 14 2 – 2 – – – – 18
Nephrology 6 1 1 – – – – – 8
Gastro
Enterology 6 2 6 – – – – – 14
Rheumatology 4 – – – – – – – 4
Oncology 4 – – – – – – – 4
Neonatology 8 – – 1 – – – – 9
Total Seats 56 8 7 5 – – 1 – 77 25
ANNEXURE VIII
LIST OF COMMUNITIES 2013-14 SESSION
LIST OF BACKWARD CLASSES, MOST BACKWARD CLASSES, DENOTIFIED
COMMUNITIES THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF
TAMIL NADU UNLESS AND OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
BACKWARD CLASSES
1. G.O.Ms.No.85 Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Minorities welfare
Department dated 29.7.2008
2. G.O.Ms.No.96, Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Minorities welfare
Department dated 8.9.2008
3. G.O.Ms.No.97 Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Minorities welfare
Department dated 11.9.2008
4. G.O.Ms.No.37 Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Minorities welfare
Department dated 21.5.2009
5. G.O.Ms.No.98 Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Minorities welfare
Department dated 5.1.2009.
1. Agamudayar including Thozhu or Thuluva Vellala.
2. Agaram Vellan Chettiar.
3. Alwar, Azhavar and Alavar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli
District).
4. Servai (except Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perumbalur and Pudukottai Districts)..
5. Nulayar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
6. Archakarai Vellala.
7. Aryavathi (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
8. Ayira Vaisyar.
9. Badagar.
10. Billava
11. Bondil.
12. Boyas (except Tiruchirappalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, The Nilgiris, Salem, Namakkal
Krishnagiri and Dharmapuri Districts) and Pedda Boyar (except Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur
and Pudukottai Districts). Oddars (except Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli,
Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Madurai, Theni and Dindigul Districts) Kaloddars (except
Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Madurai, Theni,
Dindigul, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Salem and
Namakkal Districts) Nellorepet Oddars (except Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).Sooramari
Oddars (except Salem and Namakkal Districts).
13. Chakkala (except Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam,
Tiruvarur, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul and the Nilgiris
Districts).
14. Chavalakarar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
15. Chettu or Chetty (including Kottar Chetty, Elur Chetty, Pathira Chetty, Valayalchetty,
Pudukadai Chetty (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
16. Chowdry.
16.A Converts to Christianity from Scheduled Castes irrespective of the generation of conversion for the
purpose of reservation of seats in Educational Institutions and for seats in Public Services.
16.B C.S.I. formerly S.I.U.C. (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
17. Donga Dasaris (except Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai,
Chennai, Salem and Namakkal Districts.) 26
18. Devangar, Sedar.
19. Dombs (except Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts). Dommars
(except Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Pudukottai, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai
Districts).
20. Enadi.
21. Ezhavathy (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
22. Ezhuthachar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
23. Ezhuva (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
24. Gangavar.
25. Gavara, Gavarai and Vadugar (Vaduvar) (other than Kamma, Kapu, Balija and Reddi).
26. Gounder.
27. Gowda (including Gammala, Kalali and Anuppa Gounder).
28. Hegde.
29. Idiga.
30. Illathu Pillaimar, Illuvar, Ezhuvar and Illathar.
31. Jhetty.
32. Jogis (except Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Cuddalore, Villupuram, Vellore
and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
33. Kabbera.
34. Kaikolar, Sengunthar.
35. Kaladi (except Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul,
Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts).
36. Kalari Kurup including Kalari Panicker (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah
of Tirunelveli District).
37. Kalingi.
38. Kallar.
Easanattu Kallar.
Gandarvakottai Kallars (except Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur and Pudukottai Districts).
Kootappal Kallars (except Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts).
Piramalai Kallars (except Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni,
Dindigul, Pudukottai, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam and Tiruvarur Districts).
Periya Sooriyur Kallars (except Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
39. Kallar Kula Thondaman.
40. Kalveli Gounder.
41. Kambar.
42. Kammalar or Viswakarma, Viswakarmala (including Thattar, Porkollar, Kannar, Karumar,
Kollar, Thacher, Kal Thacher, Kamsala and Viswabrahmin).
43. Kani, Kanisu, Kaniyar Panicker.
44. Kaniyala Vellalar.
45. Kannada Saineegar, Kannadiyar (Throughout the State) and Dasapalanjika (Coimbatore, Erode
and the Nilgiris Districts).
46. Kannadiya Naidu.
47. Karpoora Chettiar.
48. Karuneegar (Seer Karuneegar, Sri Karuneegar, Sarattu Karuneegar, Kaikatti Karuneegar,
Mathuvazhi Kanakkar, Sozhi Kanakkar and Sunnambu Karuneegar).
49. Kasukkara Chettiar.
50. Katesar, Pattamkatti.
51. Kavuthiyar.
52. Kerala Mudali. 27
53. Kharvi.
54. Khatri.
55. Kongu Vaishnava.
56. Kongu Vellalars (including Vellala Gounder, Nattu Gounder, Narambukkatti Gounder, Tirumudi
Vellalar, Thondu Vellalar, Pala Gounder, Poosari Gounder, Anuppa Vellala Gounder, Padaithalai
Gounder, Chendalai Gounder, Pavalankatti Vellala Gounder, Pala Vellala Gounder, Sanku Vellala
Gounder and Rathinagiri Gounder).
57. Koppala Velama.
58. Koteyar.
59. Krishnanvaka (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
60. Kudikara Vellalar.
61. Kudumbi (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
62. Kuga Vellalar.
63. Kunchidigar.
63A. Latin Catholics except Latin Catholic Vannar (in Kanniyakumari District)
63B. Latin Catholics in Shencottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District.
64. Lambadi.
65. Lingayat (Jangama)
66. Mahratta (Non-Brahmin) (including Namdev Mahratta)
67. Malayar.
68. Male.
69. Maniagar
70. Maravars (except Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Pudukottai,
Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Tirunelveli and
Thoothukudi Districts).
Karumaravars
Appanad Kondayam Kottai Maravars (except Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni
and Dindigul Districts).
Sembanad Maravars (except Sivagangai, Virudhunagar and Ramanathapuram
Districts).
71. Moondrumandai Enbathunalu (84) Ur. Sozhia Vellalar.
72. Mooppan.
73. Muthuraja, Muthuracha, Muttiriyar, Mutharaiyar.
74. Nadar, Shanar and Gramani (including Christian Nadar, Christian Shanar and Christian Gramani).
75. Nagaram.
76. Naikkar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
77. Nangudi Vellalar.
78. Nanjil Mudali (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
79. Odar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
80. Odiya.
81. Oottruvalanattu Vellalar.
82. O.P.S. Vellalar.
83. Ovachar.
84. Paiyur Kotta Vellalar.
85. Pamulu.
86. Panar (except in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District where the
community is a Scheduled caste).
86A. Pandiya Vellalar
88. Kathikarar in Kanniyakumari District.
89. Pannirandam Chettiar or Uthama Chettiar.
90. Parkavakulam (including Surithimar, Nathamar, Malayamar, Moopanar and Nainar).
91. Perike (including Perike Balija).
92. Perumkollar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
93. Podikara Vellalar. 28
94. Pooluva Gounder.
95. Poraya.
96. Pulavar (in Coimbatore and Erode Districts).
97. Pulluvar or Pooluvar.
98. Pusala.
99. Reddy (Ganjam)
100. Sadhu Chetty (including Telugu Chetty, Twenty four Manai Telugu Chetty).
101. Sakkaravar or Kavathi ( in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
102. Salivagana.
103. Saliyar, Padmasaliyar, Pattusaliyar, Pattariyar and Adhaviyar.
104. Savalakkarar.
105. Senaithalaivar, Senaikudiyar and Illaivaniar.
105A Serakula Vellalar.
106. Sourashtra (Patnulkarar).
107. Sozhiavellalar (including Sozha Vellalar, Vetrilaikarar, Kodikalkarar and Keeraikarar).
108. Srisayar.
109. Sundaram Chetty.
110. Thogatta Veerakshatriya.
111. Tholkollar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
112. Tholuva Naicker and Vetalakara Naicker.
114. Thoriyar
115. Ukkirakula Kshatriya Naicker.
116. Uppara, Uppillia and Sagara.
117. Urali Gounder (except Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts) and Orudaya
Gounder or Oorudaya Gounder (in Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Coimbatore, Erode, Tiruchirapalli,
Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Salem and Namakkal Districts).
118. Urikkara Nayakkar.
118A Virakodi Vellala.
119. Vallambar.
119A Vallanattu Chettiar.
120. Valmiki.
121. Vaniyar, Vania Chettiar (including Gandla, Ganika, Telikula and Chekkalar).
122. Veduvar and vedar (except in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District
where the Community is a Scheduled Caste).
123. Veerasaiva (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
124. Velar.
125. Vellan Chettiar.
126. Veluthodathu Nair (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
127. Vokkaligar (including Vakkaligar, Okkaligar, Kappiliyar, Kappiliya, Okkaliga Gowda, Okkaliya,
Gowda, Okkaliya Gowder, Okkaliya Gowda).
128. Wynad Chetty (The Nilgiris District).
129. Yadhava (including Idaiyar, Telugu Speaking Idaiyar known as Vaduga Ayar or Vaduga Idaiyar or
Golla and Asthanthra Golla).
130. Yavana
131. Yerukula
131A Converts to Christianity from any Hindu Backward Classes Community or Most Backward Classes
Community or Denotified Communities except the Converts to Christianity from Meenavar,
Parvatharajakulam, Pattanavar, Sembadavar, Mukkuvar or Mukayar and Paravar.
132. Orphans and destitute Children who have lost their parents before reaching the age of ten and are
destitutes; and who have nobody else to take care of them either by law or custom; and also who
are admitted into any of the schools or orphanages run by the Government or recognized by the
Government. 29
LIST OF BACKWARD CLASS MUSLIMS
133. Ansar
134. Dekkani Muslims
135 Dudekula
136. Labbais including Rowthar and Marakayar
( whether their spoken language is Tamil or Urdu)
137. Mapilla
138. Sheik
139. Syed
MOST BACKWARD CLASSES
140. Ambalakarar.
141. Andipandaram.
141A.Arayar (in Kanniyakumari District)
142. Bestha, Siviar.
143. Bhatraju (Other than Kshatriya Raju)
144. Boyar, Oddar.
145. Dasari.
146. Dommara.
147. Eravallar (except in Kanniyakumari
District and Shenkottah Taluk of
Tirunelveli District where the
community is a Scheduled Tribe).
148. Isaivellalar.
149. Jambuvanodai.
150. Jangam.
151. Jogi.
152 . Kongu Chettiar (in Coimbatore
and Erode Districts only)
153. Koracha.
154.. Kulala (including Kuyavar and
Kumbarar).
155. Kunnuvar Mannadi.
156. Kurumba Gounder
157. Kuruhini Chetty.
157A Latin catholics christian vannar
(in Kanniyakumari District)
158. Maruthuvar, Navithar, Mangala,
Velakattalavar, Velakatalanair
and Pronopakari.
159. Mond Golla.
160. Moundadan Chetty.
161. Mahendra, Medara.
162. Mutlakampatti.
163. Narikoravar(Kuruvikars).
164. Nokkar
164A Panisaivan, Panisivan
165. Vanniyakula Kshatriya (including
Vanniyar, Vanniya, Vannia Gounder,
Gounder or Kander, Padayachi, Palli and
Agnikula Kshatriya).
166. Paravar (except in Kanniyakumari District
and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District
where the community is a Scheduled Caste)
166A Paravar converts to Christianity including
the Paravar converts to Christianity of
Kanyakumari District and Shenkottai Taluk
in Tirunelveli District.
167. Meenavar (Parvatharajakulam, Pattanavar,
Sembadavar) (including converts to
Christianity).
168. Mukkuvar or Mukayar (including
converts to Christianity).
169. Punnan Vettuva Gounder.
170. Pannayar (other than Kathikarar in
Kanniyakumari District).
171. Sathatha Srivaishnava (Including Sathani,
Chattadi and Chattada Srivaishnava).
172. Sozhia Chetty.
173. Telugupatty Chetty.
174. Thottia Naicker (including Rajakambalam,
Gollavar, Sillavar, Thockalavar Thozhuva
Naicker, and Erragalor)
175. Thondaman.
175A. Thoraiyar (The Nilgiris)
175B. Thoraiyar (Plains)
176. Valaiyar (including Chettinad Valayars).
177. Vannar (Salavai Thozhilalar) (including
Agasa, Madivala, Ekali, Rajakula,
Veluthadar and Rajaka) (except in
Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah
Taluk of Tirunelveli District where the
community is a Scheduled Caste).
178. Vettaikarar.
179. Vettuva Gounder.
180. Yogeeswarar. 30
LIST OF DENOTIFIED COMMUNITIES
181. Attur Kilnad Koravars (Salem, Namakkal, Cuddalore, Villupuram, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai
and Virudhunagar Districts).
182. Attur Melnad Koravars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
183. Appanad Kondayam Kottai Maravar (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni and
Dindigul Districts).
184. Ambalakarar (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and
Pudukottai Districts).
185. Ambalakarar (Suriyanur, Tiruchirapalli District).
186. Boyas (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, The Nilgiris, Salem, Namakkal, Dharmapuri
and Krishnagiri Districts).
187. Battu Turkas.
188. C.K. Koravars (Cuddalore and Villupuram Districts).
189. Chakkala (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur,
Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul and the Nilgiris Districts).
190. Changayampudi Koravars (Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
191. Chettinad Valayars (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar and Ramanathapuram Districts).
192. Dombs (Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts).
193. Dobba Koravars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
194. Dommars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Pudukottai, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
195. Donga Boya.
196. Donga Ur.Korachas.
197. Devagudi Talayaris.
198. Dobbai Korachas (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
199. Dabi Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur,
Pudukottai, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
200. Donga Dasaris (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai,
Chennai, Salem and Namakkal Districts).
201. Gorrela Dodda Boya.
202. Gudu Dasaris.
203. Gandarvakottai Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur,
Pudukottai, Cuddalore and Villupuram Districts).
204 Gandarvakottai Kallars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur and Pudukottai Districts).
205. Inji Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and
Pudukottai Districts).
206 Jogis (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Chennai, Cuddalore, Villupuram, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Dist).
207. Jambavanodai.
208. Kaladis (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Thanjavur,
Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts).
209. Kal Oddars (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Madurai,
Theni, Dindigul, Pudukottai,Thanjavur, Nagapatinam, TiruvarurTiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur,
Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Salem and Namakkal Districts).
210. Koravars (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Pudukottai,
Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi,
Chennai, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, and The Nilgiris Districts).
211. Kalinji Dabikoravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur and Pudukottai Districts).
212. Kootappal Kallars (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai District).
213. Kala Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and
Pudukottai District).
214. Kalavathila Boyas.
215. Kepmaris (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts). 31
216. Maravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Pudukottai, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai,
Virudhunagar, Tirunelveli and Thoothukudi Districts).
217. Monda Koravars.
218. Monda Golla (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
219. Mutlakampatti (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
220. Nokkars (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
221. Nellorepet Oddars (Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
222. Oddars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai,
Madurai, Theni and Dindigul Districts).
223. Pedda Boyas (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
224. Ponnai Koravars (Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
225. Piramalai Kallars (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul,
Pudukottai, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam and Tiruvarur Districts).
226. Peria Suriyur Kallars (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
227. Padayachi (Vellayan Kuppam in Cuddalore District, Tennore in Tiruchirapalli District).
228. Punnan Vettuva Gounder (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
229. Servai (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
230. Salem Melnad Koravars (Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Coimbatore, Erode, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli,
Karur, Perambalur, Salem, Namakkal, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
231. Salem Uppu Koravars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
232. Sakkaraithamadai Koravars (Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
233 Saranga Palli Koravars.
234. Sooramari Oddars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
235. Sembanad Maravars (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar and Ramanathapuram Districts).
236. Thalli Koravars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
237. Thelungapatti Chettis (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
238. Thottia Naickers (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur,
Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Tirunelveli,
Thoothukudi, Salem, Namakkal, Vellore, Tiruvannamalai, Coimbatore and Erode Districts).
239. Thogamalai Koravars or Kepmaris (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
240. Uppukoravars or Settipalli Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Pudukottai, Madurai,
Theni, Dindigul, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
241. Urali Gounders (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
242. Wayalpad or Nawalpeta Korachas.
243. Vaduvarpatti Koravars (Madurai, Theni, Dindigal, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar,
Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
244. Valayars (Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Erode and
Coimbatore Districts).
245. Vettaikarar (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur and Pudukottai Districts).
246. Vetta Koravars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
247. Varaganeri Koravars (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
248. Vettuva Gounder (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
THE SCHEDULE (SCHEDULED CASTES)TAMILNADU
436.Mannan (in Kanyakumari District and
401. Adi-Dravida Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
402. Adi-Karnataka 437.Mavilan.
403. Ajila 438.Moger.
439.Mundala.
404. Ayyanavar (in Kanyakumari District 440.Nalakeyava.
and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District) 441.Nayadi
405. Baira 442 Padannan (in Kanyakumari District and
406. Bakuda Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District) 32
407. Bandi
408. Bellara 443.Pallan
409. Bharatar (in Kanyakumari District and 444.Palluvan
Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District) 445.Pambada.
446.Panan (in Kanyakumari District and
410. Chalavadi Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
411. Chamar, Muchi 447.Panchama.
412. Chandala 448.Pannadi.
413. Cheruman 449.Panniandi.
414. Devendrakulathan 450.Paraiyan, Parayan, Sambavar.
415. Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano 451.Paravan (in Kanyakumari District and
416. Domban. Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
417. Godagali 452.Pathiyan (in Kanyakumari District and
418. Godda Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
419. Gosangi 453.Pulayan, Cheramar.
420. Holeya 454.Puthirai Vannan.
421. Jaggali 455.Raneyar.
422. Jambuvulu 456.Samagara.
423. Kadaiyan 457.Samban.
424. Kakkalan (in Kanyakumari District and 458.Sapari
Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District). 459.Semman.
425. Kalladi 460.Thandan (in Kanyakumari District and
426. Kanakkan, Padanna (in the Nilgiris District) Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
427. Karimpalan
428. Kavara (in Kanyakumari District and 461 Tiruvalluvar.
Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District). 462 Vallon
429. Koliyan 463.Valluvan.
430. Koosa 464.Vannan (in Kanyakumari District and
431. Kootan, Koodan (in Kanyakumari District Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District). 465.Vathiriyan.
432. Kudumban 466.Velan.
433. Kuravan, Sidhanar 467.Vetan (in Kanyakumari District and
434. Maila. Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District.
435. Mala. 468.Vettiyan.
469.Vettuvan (Kanyakumari District and
Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
470. Adi-Andhra 474. Madiga
471. Arunthathiyar 475. Pagadai
472. Chakkiliyan 476 Thoti
473. Madari
Note: 16 % of of seats out of the 18 % quota earmarked to Scheduled Caste shall be allocated to the
Arunthathiyar Community which is included in the list of community mentioned in Sl.No.470 – 476
THE SCHEDULE (SCHEDULED TRIBES)TAMILNADU
501. Adiyan
502. Aranadan
503. Eravallan
504. Irular.
505. Kadar
519. Maha Malasar.
520. Malai Arayan.
521. Malai Pandaram.
522. Malai Vedan.
523. Malakkuravan. 33
506. Kammara (excluding Kanniyakumari
District and Shenkottah taluk of
Tirunelveli District).
507. Kanikaran, Kanikkar (in Kanniyakumari
District and Shenkottah and
Ambasamudram taluk of Tirunelveli
District).
508. Kaniyan, Kanyan.
509. Kattunayakan.
510. Kochu Velan.
511. Konda Kapus.
512. Kondareddis.
513. Koraga.
514. Kota (excluding Kanniyakumari District
and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli
District).
515. Kudiya, Melakudi.
516. Kurichchan.
517. Kurumbas (in the Nilgiris District).
518. Kurumans.
524. Malasar.
525. Malayali (in Dharmapuri, Vellore,
Pudukottai, Salem, Namakkal, Cuddalore,
Tiruvannamalai, Villupuram, Tiruchirapalli,
Karur and Perambalur Districts).
526. Malayakandi.
527. Mannan.
528. Mudugar, Muduvan.
529. Muthuvan.
530. Pallayan.
531. Palliyan.
532. Palliyar.
533. Paniyan.
534. Sholaga.
535. Toda (excluding Kanniyakumari District
and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli
District).
536. Uraly. 34
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1. DATA (√) / “N.A.”
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2 SUPPORTIVE DOCUMENTS
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