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ADMISSION TO
POST GRADUATE DEGREE / DIPLOMA /
M .D.S / FIVE YEAR M.Ch. (NEURO-SURGERY) COURSES
IN TAMIL NADU GOVERNMENT MEDICAL/DENTAL
NON-GOVERNMENTAL SELF-FINANCING and GOVERNMENT AIDED
COLLEGES
PROSPECTUS
2005 – 2006
SELECTION COMMITTEE
DIRECTORATE OF MEDICAL EDUCATION
CHENNAI – 600 010.
COST Rs.1,000/-

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:
1. (a) Completed Application Form should reach:
THE SECRETARY,
SELECTION COMMITTEE
162, E.V.R. PERIYAR SALAI,
KILPAUK, CHENNAI – 600 010
on or before 21-02-2005 by 4.00 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.
(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) Non-Service Candidates should send their applications directly to the Secretary, Selection Committee at the above address.
(e) Service Candidates should forward their application only through the proper channel with the remarks of the forwarding authorities in the format prescribed in the application form.
(f) Advance copies from the service candidates will not be accepted.
2. The candidates shall fill the Application form carefully and legibly.
3. Cutting, overwriting and erasing in the Application form and in the OMR Sheet or Scrutiny Form should be avoided.
4. Request for change of speciality shall not be entertained after allotment.
5. Candidates selected for admission should give a declaration in the form at the time of Counselling that he / she is liable to forfeit selection / admission if suppression of facts is found at any time during or after the admission to the course. The selection / admission shall be liable for cancellation based on the declaration at any time during or after the admission to the course.
6. Application with incomplete or insufficient particulars or without enclosures or those received after the last date mentioned will be summarily rejected.
7. Candidates are instructed to read carefully the Annexures to the Prospectus regarding the Courses and Colleges available.
8. Rule of reservation is applicable when there are eight seats and more in each discipline.
9. Unauthorised absence of candidates for one month and more after joining the course will be treated as ‘discontinued’ and the vacancy will be filled up by the Selection Committee depending on the availability of time before the cut off date.
10. The candidates who are selected at the time of counselling shall pay a sum of Rs.5,000/- (Rupees Five 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 orders towards tuition fee. After the receipt of the joining report from the Deans of the respective colleges this amount will be transferred to the Colleges concerned to be adjusted against the Tuition Fees to be paid by the candidate. If the candidate fails to join the course within the stipulated time after receiving the allotment order he / she will forfeit this amount.
11 a. The candidates including the candidates selected under the All India Quota who discontinue the course seven days before the cut off date of admission fixed by the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University for the academic year 2005-2006 shall pay the sum as specified below by way of Demand Draft taken in favour of the Secretary, Selection Committee, Kilpauk, Chennai –10 payable at Chennai to the Dean of the respective Colleges.
For P.G. Diploma Courses Rs.20,000/-
For P.G. Degree / Five Year M.Ch.
(Neuro-Surgery) Courses Rs.30,000/-
For MDS Course Rs.30,000/-
b. The Candidates (including the candidates selected under All India Quota) who discontinue the course within 7 days or after the cut off date fixed by the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University for the academic year 2005-2006 shall pay to the Dean of the respective Colleges the sum as specified below by way of Demand Draft taken in favour of the Secretary, Selection Committee, Kilpauk, Chennai-10 payable at Chennai.
For P.G. Diploma Courses Rs.30,000/-
For P.G. Degree / Five Year
M.Ch. (Neuro-Surgery) Courses Rs.60,000/-
For MDS Course Rs.60,000/-
12. The admissions to Post Graduate Degree / Diploma Course for 2005-2006 will close on the cut off date of admission (i.e. on 31-05-2005) as prescribed by the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University for the academic year 2005-2006.
Eligibility Criteria for P.G. Degree / Diploma / Five Year M.Ch., (Neuro Surgery) / MDS Courses.
13. (a) The candidate should be a citizen of India and have undergone MBBS / BDS courses in the State of Tamil Nadu.
(b) Others shall furnish a certificate of nativity in Tamil Nadu issued by a competent authority in the format annexed to the application form.
14. Candidates who have passed their MBBS / BDS Examinations and completed / completing the CRRI period on or before 31-03-2005 are eligible to write the Entrance Examination. However the candidates should possess the permanent Medical / Dental Council Registration Certificate of the State or of India at the time of counselling for allotment of seats.
15. The candidates should possess M.B.B.S. / B.D.S. Degree of Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University or of any other University recognised as equivalent to Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University and recognised by the Medical / Dental Council of India. Candidates who have qualified from other Universities should produce Eligibility Certificate from Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University at the time of counselling failing which they will not be considered for selection.
16. (a) Diploma qualification is not necessary to apply for Post Graduate Degree courses.
(b) The duration of Post Graduate Degree Courses for the Diploma Candidates who have undergone two year courses shall be Two Years in the same speciality except for DCP Course and Three years in other specialities.
(c) For MBBS candidates and Diploma Candidates who have undergone one year course, the duration of Post Graduate Degree Course is three years.
(d) The duration of all Diploma Courses is Two Years.
(e) MBBS Candidates who opt for M.Ch (Neuro-Surgery), the duration of the course is Five Years.
(f) For BDS candidates the duration of MDS Course is three years.
17. All candidates who have completed or will be completing CRRI on or before 31-03-2005 are alone eligible to apply for P.G. Degree / Diploma / Five Year M.Ch. (Neuro-Surgery) and MDS Courses. Those candidates who are undergoing CRRI should enclose a certificate from Head of the Institutions in which they are undergoing the CRRI, that they will be completing the CRRI on or before 31-03-2005, failing which their applications will be rejected.
18 a. The Medical Officers or Health Officers employed in the Public Health Department are eligible to apply for Diploma in Public Health course.
b. Medical Officers of the Corporation services are eligible to apply for Diploma in Public Health course.
c. Service candidates are eligible to apply for Diploma Course wherein acquiring the Diploma is a pre-requisite for their promotion in Government Service
19. a. The candidates who have joined Post Graduate Degree / Diploma / 5 years M.Ch. Neuro-Surgery / MDS courses in any disc
ipline and discontinued the courses on any grounds and if the discontinuance has resulted in a seat being wasted, they are eligible to apply only after a period of 2 years from the date of discontinuance of the course.
b. If the candidate’s discontinuance does not result in a seat being wasted, he can apply for the next selection for which he/she is eligible
20. Candidates who are undergoing a Postgraduate Degree in any discipline are not eligible to apply for any Postgraduate Diploma / Degree course / Five Year M.Ch. (Neuro-Surgery) Courses.
21 (a). The candidates who possess a Post Graduate Degree or Diploma are eligible to apply for admission to Post Graduate Degree or Diploma Course.
(b) A private candidate who is a PG Degree holder, if allotted a PG Degree or Diploma seat, he / she will not be eligible for stipend and will have to pay the tuition fees.
(c) A private candidate who is a Diploma holder, if allotted a Diploma seat in another discipline, he / she will not be eligible for stipend and will have to pay the tuition fees.
(d) If a private / service candidate who is a Diploma holder in a particular discipline is allotted a PG Degree Seat in the same discipline eg. DA à M.D Anesthesia, he / she will be eligible for stipend and will have to pay the tuition fees.
(e) A service candidate who is a PG Degree holder, if allotted a PG Degree or Diploma seat, will not be eligible for stipend / salary and will have to pay the tuition fees. They will not be considered as service candidates but as OPEN category candidates. However they will be granted leave for which they are eligible.
22. The Medical Officers / Health Officers employed in the Public Health Department or Corporation Service are eligible to apply for Diploma in Public Health irrespective of any Post Graduate Diploma or Degree already acquired. These candidates are eligible to draw pay and allowance and will have to pay the tuition fees. Out of the 4 seats in the DPH Course in Madras Medical College, 3 seats are reserved for Health Officers in Tamil Nadu Public Health Services and one seat is reserved for Medical Officer of Corporation Services. They are exempted from writing the Entrance Examination.
23. Those service candidates who have put in less than Three years of satisfactory continuous service as on 31.3.2005 either in Tamil Nadu Medial Service or in Local Bodies and organisations mentioned in the Para 59 are not eligible to apply for P.G. Degree/Diploma/M.D.S./5 years M.Ch., Neuro Surgery courses. This is subject to the final verdict of the Supreme Court of India in the Special Leave Petition No. 2229/2005 filed by this Government against the orders passed by the Bench of the High Court of Madras dated 23.12.2004 in W.A.Nos.2091/2004 etc..
Counselling for PG Degree / Diploma / Five Year MCh. (Neuro-Surgery) / MDS Courses.
24. (a) Admission to PG Degree / Diploma / Five Year M.Ch., (Neuro-Surgery) / MDS courses shall be made by counselling on the basis of merit applying the rule of reservation wherever applicable. In case of an odd number of seats remaining vacant, those seats will be filled up based on merit only from among Service and Non-Service candidates put together.
(b) Candidates will be called for counselling according to their rank in batches.
(c) Candidates can choose any one of the disciplines or colleges available at the time of counselling and can opt to remain or in the alternative can opt to remain in the common waiting list for any particular discipline only.
(d) Candidates can remain on the “Wait List” only for courses and not for colleges.
(e) If a candidate chooses to be in the waiting list for a particular Degree
Course in a Speciality he / she will not be given a firm seat in any other degree course.
(f) If a candidate gets an allotment in a Diploma of a particular speciality at the time of counselling, he will be wait listed for Degree Course in the same speciality for filling up of any consequential vacancy that may arise later and will be allotted based on merit / community.
i.e. If a candidate is allotted D.G.O., his / her option for M.D. OG will be maintained in Degree (OG) wait list.
(g) A Candidate who is allotted a Course cannot remain in the “Wait List” for any other discipline.
(h) Option once given during the counselling cannot be changed later.
25 (a) 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 later, if a valid reason for absence is communicated to the Selection Committee before the commencement of the counselling. The candidate so permitted can only claim the course and college available at the time of counselling when he / she actually attends
(b) Candidates securing less than 50% of total marks in Other Communities and 40% of total marks in the reserved Communities will not be considered for Counselling.
The Government has the right to reduce the minimum eligibility marks for service candidates to fill up unfilled service vacancies in the general interest of the public.
ENTRANCE EXAMINATION:
GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS:
26 a. Candidates seeking admission should write the Tamil Nadu P.G. Entrance Examination conducted by the Selection Committee.
b. Service Candidates seeking admission only to Non-Clinical courses are exempted from writing the Entrance Examination
The allotment to non-clinical courses for service candidates will be done after allotment to candidates who have written the Entrance Examination.
27 The Entrance Examination will be of the undergraduate level covering all subjects taught and will contain 250 objective type questions with four responses (A B C D) (English medium). No. of questions in each subject is as shown in the Annexure III.
28. Each question will carry 1 (one) Mark. Incorrect response will have a negative marking. For every incorrect response 0.25 Marks will be deducted. Zero marks will be given for questions not answered. When more than one answer is indicated or when it is illegible, it will be marked negatively. The Maximum marks will be computed to 90.
29 There will be No Rechecking / Revaluation / Retotalling of answer sheet.
30. No candidate will be allowed to take back the Booklets and a request for provision of Xerox copies of the question booklet and answer sheet will not be entertained.
CONDUCT OF EXAMINATIONS:
31. The Entrance Examination will be conducted only at Chennai at the specified Center as scheduled below between 10.00 A.M and 1.30. P.M.
a) MDS Courses (Saturday) : 26.02.05
b) PG Degree/ Diploma and Five Year M.Ch.(Neuro-Surgery)(Sunday): 27.02.05
32. Hall Tickets will be sent only to eligible candidates. Admission to the Entrance Examination does not confer on the candidate the right of admission to any course if found not to be eligible later.
33. Candidates who do not receive the Hall Ticket in time may contact the Secretary, Selection Committee, two days prior to the commencement of the Entrance Examination and have the clarification by producing the Acknowledgement card.
34. Candidates admitted for the Entrance Examination will have to come to the Examination Center at their own expense and make their own arrangements for stay.
35. Only candidates with valid Hall Tickets will be allowed to enter the Examination Hall
36. Candidates coming thirty minutes after the commencement of the Examination and / or not possessing the Hall Ticket issued by the Secretary, Selection Committee will not be
permitted to appear for the Examination.
37. No candidate will be allowed to carry any text material printed or written, bits of paper, electronic and telecommunication devices like pagers, cellular phones or electronic diary etc., inside the Hall.
38. No candidates shall be allowed to leave the hall before the end of half an hour. Once a candidate leaves the hall he/she will not be permitted to enter the hall again.
39. Candidate shall maintain strict silence. Any misconduct will entail forfeiture of the right to continue the Examination. His / Her Answer sheet will not be considered for valuation. Further he / she will not be allowed to apply for the P.G. Courses for Two Years.
40. Answers should be shaded with a Ball Point Pen in the OMR sheet as per the instructions given in the OMR sheet and if it is shaded with any other item the answer sheets will not be considered for valuation without any intimation to the candidate.
DECLARATION OF RESULTS:
41. The individual Total Marks will be displayed at the office of the Selection Committee and in the website: (http://www.tnhealth.org).
42. The Secretary, Selection Committee will draw a merit list, computing the marks obtained in the Entrance Examination and Service Marks and publish the same at the Office of the Selection Committee and on the website http://www.tnhealth.org.
43. The candidates will be called for counselling as per their merit and they may exercise their option as per their eligibility norms mentioned in the Prospectus.
MERIT LIST:
44. The Merit List will be drawn by computing the Entrance Examination Marks and the service mark which will be the Total [Maximum 100 (90+10)]
45. One mark for each completed year after the completion of CRRI shall be awarded as service mark for both service / non service candidates to maximum of Ten as on 31-03-2005. (Eg. if a candidate scores 50 Marks in Entrance Examination and has completed two years after CRRI, his total aggregate marks will be 50+2=52).
46. Determination of Interse Merit ( Rank ) of candidates where more than one candidate has secured the same marks. The rank of the candidates will be based on the criteria offered in the order given below:-
(a) Marks obtained in the Entrance Examination.
(b) Total marks obtained in Final MBBS Part II / Final BDS.
(c) Least Number of appearances in the qualifying Final MBBS Part-II / Final BDS.
(d) Older candidates will get preference over the younger candidates.
PROCEDURE FOR FILLING THE APPLICATION:
47. Candidate should send the application in the prescribed form only.
48. Service candidates should send their applications through the proper channel with the forwarding authority’s remarks with the service particulars carefully filled up by the forwarding authority as prescribed in the application form. Applications of the
Service candidates who have completed three years of satisfactory services alone will be forwarded. The Heads of Departments will issue a Certificate of satisfactory completion of the required service. This is subject to the final verdict of the Supreme Court of India in the Special Leave Petition No.2229/2005 filed by this Government against the orders passed by the Bench of the High Court of Madras dated 23.12.2004 in W.A.Nos.2091/2004 etc..
49. An advance copy of application from service candidates will not be considered.
50. Postal Stamp, to the value of Rs.50/- (Rupees Fifty only) each in the two covers provided shall be affixed.
51. Candidates must enclose only Xerox copies of documents duly attested by a gazetted officer in the order as indicated below:
(a) MBBS / Diploma / BDS course completion certificate from the college where the candidate has undergone the course.
(b) MBBS / Diploma / BDS Degree certificate or provisional pass certificate from the concerned University.
(c) CRRI Training certificate from the Dean / Head of the Institution (New Regulation for BDS).
(d) Final BDS / Diploma / Final MBBS Part II Mark sheets.
(e) Permanent Medical / Dental Registration certificate issued by the Dental / Medical Council of India / State.
(f) Community certificate from the competent authority indicating the social status of Candidates belonging to BC / MBC / Denotified / SC. The ST candidates should produce community certificate issued by Revenue Divisional Officer.
(g) Attempt certificate in Final MBBS-Part II / Final BDS.
(h) Eligibility certificate from Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University for candidates who have qualified from other Universities. This can be produced at the time of counselling when called for.
52. It will be the responsibility of the candidate to give the correct mailing address on the Acknowledgement card and two self-addressed envelopes. (Postal Stamp to the value of Rs.50/- (Rupees Fifty only) to be affixed on both covers). If there is any change of address, it should be immediately intimated to the Selection Committee.
53. The Selection Committee shall not be held responsible for any loss in transit or for incorrect address given by the candidate.
54. a. Application forms can be had from the Deans of the Government Medical Colleges on payment of Demand Draft for Rs.1,000/- which is non re-fundable, drawn in favour of the Secretary, Selection Committee, Kilpauk, Chennai – 600 010, from any one of the Nationalised Banks payable at Chennai. As per G.O.MS.111 Adi Dravidar and Tribal Welfare Department dated 22-09-98, SC / ST candidates are exempted from payment of Demand Draft for Rs.1,000/-.
b. If the applications are downloaded through the website, the filled up applications will have to be accompanied by a Demand Draft for Rs.1,000/- as above (54a) and three copies of photographs duly signed and attested should be sent along with application form in the format available in the website.
55. Filled up applications without the signature of the candidates will be rejected.
METHOD OF SELECTION AND ADMISSION:
56. Out of the seats sanctioned for Post Graduate Diploma/Degree and in M.D.S. Courses, 50% of seats earmarked for Open Competition are reserved for All India Candidates. The Director General of Health Services, New Delhi, will make allotments against these reserved seats on the basis of an All India selection. If and when the above seats are surrendered those seats shall be filled up from the wait list candidates as per G.O. Ms.No.520 Health, dated: 6-7-94.
57. (a) The rule of reservation is applicable when there are Eight (8) seats and more in each Discipline. In case of an odd number of vacancies, the vacant seats shall be filled up by consideration of merit among both Service and Non-Service Candidates put together.
(b) The rule of reservation shall be as follows:
Open competition 31%
Backward Class 30%
Most Backward / D.C. 20%
Scheduled Caste 18%
Scheduled Tribe 1%
58 a. The Selection will be made based on Merit and by counselling applying the Rules of Reservation wherever applicable.
b. 50% of seats in each discipline and in each college are reserved for service candidates, in addition to those service candidates selected in the open category.
59. The Following categories of Medical Officers will be treated as Service Candidates for the purpose of allotment of seats.
1. Medical Officers selected by the TNPSC and appointed in Tamil Nadu Medical Services on regular basis, who have put in minimum of Three Years continuous service as on 31.03.2005. This is subject to the final
verdict of the Supreme Court of India in the SLP No.2229/2005 filed by this Govt.against the orders passed by the Bench of the High Court of Madras dated 23.12.2004in W.A.No.2091/2004 etc.,
2. Medical Officers who are approved probationers and who have put in minimum of Three Years of continuous service as on 31.03.2005. This is subject to the final verdict of the Supreme Court of India in the SLP No.2229/2005 filed by this Govt.against the orders passed by the Bench of the High Court of Madras dated 23.12.2004in W.A.No.2091/2004 etc.,
3. Medical Officers serving (for three years) in :-
(a) Local Bodies in Tamil Nadu (Except Medical Officers working in Panchayat Union either part time or full time as the case may be, who have to be treated as Non-Service Candidates.)
(b) Government of India Institutions in Tamil Nadu.
(c) Public Sector Undertakings or Organisations under the control of Government of Tamil Nadu or Government of India in Tamil Nadu.
This is subject to the final verdict of the Supreme Court of India in the SLP No.2229/2005 filed by this Govt.against the orders passed by the Bench of the High Court of Madras dated 23.12.2004 in W.A.No.2091/2004 etc.,
60. The forwarding authority should certify that the institution in which the candidate is working is a Public Sector Undertaking or an Organisation under the control of Government of Tamil Nadu/ Government of India in Tamil Nadu.
61 The candidates serving in Undertakings or Organisations of Government of Tamil Nadu or Government of India in Tamil Nadu should execute an undertaking and bond to serve the Government for a period of 15 years or upto superannuation, after the completion of the course, and to this effect they should produce a certificate from the Head of the Institution at the time of admission.
62. Medical Officers or Health Officers in the Public Health Department who have been selected by Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission for working under the control of Director of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and who apply for Diploma in Public Health (DPH) can be considered as service candidate even if they have not completed Three Years of service as the above qualification namely Diploma in Public Health is essential for declaration of probation. However to consider under the Service quota for M.D. (S.P.M.) the candidates must have completed Three Years of service as for the other Post Graduate Courses. This is subject to the final verdict of the Supreme Court of India in the Special Leave Petition No.2229/2005 filed by this Government against the orders passed by the Bench of the High Court of Madras dated 23.12.2004 in W.A.Nos.2091/2004 etc..
63. All Service Candidates selected for MD (S.P.M.) / DPH Course should give a declaration that they will serve the Medical Colleges or Government Institutions for a period of Fifteen Years after the completion of the Course.
64. Allotment will be made only for the seats approved by the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University for the Academic Year 2005-2006 session. Seats approved by the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University for P.G. Diploma/ Degree/ Five Year M.Ch.(Neuro-Surgery) /M.D.S. courses for 2005–2006 session will be displayed at the time of Counselling.
SELECTION AND ADMISSION TO NON-CLINICAL COURSES:
65. Allotment to Non-Clinical courses will be made in the following order of preference:-
I. Candidates who had written the Entrance Examination will be given allotment by Counselling based on merit.
II. After filling up of all the waitlisted candidates and when seats are available those seats will be filled up from among the Service candidates as follows.
(a) Service candidates who had applied and not written the Entrance Examination will be allotted according to marks secured in the final year Part-II MBBS in Medicine, Surgery Obs & Gyn and Paediatrics computed to a maximum of 90 mark and service mark of one for each completed year of service to a maximum of 10 marks as on 31-03-2005.
(b) If seats are still vacant after allotting candidates who have applied, the vacant seats will be filled from among service candidates who have not applied in the following order of preference.
i. The candidates who have not acquired any Post Graduate Degree.
ii. The candidates who have worked in the Primary Health Centres and
Government Hospitals under the control of the Director of Medical and Rural Health Services for not less than 10 years.
iii. CML seniority.
iv. Candidates who have worked for a period of at least one year in the Department conducting the course for which admission is requested.
Admission to P.G Diploma / Degree and MDS Courses in Self-Financing Medical and Dental Institutions :-
66. As per GO Ms No.469 / Health Dated: 18-9-96 and G.O Ms No.119 Health Dated: 26-03-97, 50% of seats available in PG Degree / Diploma and MDS Courses in Self-Financing/Non-Government/Quasi-Government Colleges will be allotted by the Selection Committee from the merit list. The selected candidates will have to give their willingness to undergo the course under Payment Category in Self-Financing / Non-Government / Quasi Government Institutions. The number of seats available and the fee structure of the Self-Financing / Non-Government / Quasi-Government Colleges will be intimated at the time of counselling.
FEES PAYABLE IN GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS :
67. TUITION FEES PER ANNUM.
PG Diploma Rs.20,000/-
PG Degree Rs.30,000/-
MDS Rs.30,000/-
M.Ch., (Neuro 5 years) Rs.30,000/-
The above fees structure is applicable for 2005-06 admissions. The selected candidates have to pay the balance of the tuition fees and other special fee etc., at the time of admission in the respective Colleges.
STIPEND AND SECURITY AMOUNT:
68 (a) The Government of Tamil Nadu is offering Medical Education including Post-Graduate and Higher Specialty Training through its 12 Medical Colleges / Hospitals and Specialised institutes. The Government spends a large amount of money to impart Medical Education including Post-Graduate / Higher Speciality Education. It levies nominal fees and at the same time provides a stipend to Private candidates and salaries to Service candidates. It is natural that the Government desires to ensure that these seats are not wasted. Further, the Government looks forward to these Doctors who have undergone Post-Graduate training to serve the poor and the needy of this country at large and this State in particular. The public have the right to expect the Specialists to utilize the skills they acquired during their training for the benefit of the sick, the poor and the needy. To ensure that the services of trained Post Graduate Doctors are made available, an Under-taking is obtained from them at the time of their admission. It is sincerely, believed that this will discourage an attitude of not paying attention to those poor people at whose expense they have been educated.
(b) All Candidates selected will be paid stipend as per the Government Orders in Force.
(c) All Service Candidates of Tamil Nadu shall execute a bond for a sum of Rs.5,00,000/- (Rupees Five Lakh Only) for Diploma courses and Rs.10,00,000/- (Rupees Ten Lakhs Only) for Degree courses and MDS / 5 year M.Ch. Neuro-Surgery Courses as security amount. Two permanent Government servants in the same or higher rank than the candidate shall execute sureties.The prescribed form will be available in the colleges at the time of admission. The bond will become infructous if the service candidates serve the Government of Tamil Nadu after the completion of the Course until superannuation .< br /> (d) Non-Service candidates shall execute a bond for a sum of Rs.2,00,000 (Rupees Two lakhs only) on admission to Postgraduate Diploma Courses and Rs.3,00,000/-(Rupees Three lakhs only) for Postgraduate Degree courses/ MDS/ M.Ch.,( Neuro Surgery) 5 years Course of the 2005-2006 session undertaking that they shall serve the Government of Tamil Nadu for a period of not less than 3 years, if required. 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 Tamilnadu will requisition their services, if required, within a period of 2 years from the date of completion of their Postgraduate Degree/Diploma/ MDS/ M.Ch.,( Neuro Surgery) 5 years Course. Two permanent Government servants shall be sureties. The prescribed form of bond will be available in the colleges at the time of admission. The bond will become infructuous if he/she serves the State Government of Tamil Nadu if required for minimum period of 3 years.
(e) The Bonds are governed by clause (c) exemption under article of 57 schedule-I to the Indian Stamp Act / Central Act of 1879. Hence the bond executed need not be stamped.
HEPATITIS-B VACCINATION:
69. All the selected candidates should take Hepatitis B Vaccination and submit a Certificate from an authorised Medical Officer as proof thereof. Head of the Institution will verify before admitting the candidate. The Heads of institutions should not admit any candidate without the Medical Certificate. The candidates should take further doses at the prescribed intervals as required and should produce the necessary certificate to obtain stipend / salary.
70. COMMUNICATION:
a. All intimation for communication to the candidates will be sent only to the mailing address given by the candidate at the time of application. The Intimation / Call Letters will either be sent by Certificate of Posting or Registered Post or Speed Post or Courier Service or Telegram whichever is applicable. Selection Committee will not be held responsible for the Postal Delay and Wrong Messages Conveyed by the Postal Department.
b. Candidates should inform the change of address, change of postings etc., immediately to the Selection Committee. If the change of address is not intimiated to the Selection Committee in time, the Selection Committee will not be responsible for delay in communication . The results will be published in the Web Site www.tnhealth.org as well as the Selection Committee Office notice board.

DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL EDUCATION.
ANNEXURE – I
List of Medical Colleges in which the applicant has completed their M.B.B.S/B.D.S. Courses
College Code
College Name
01.
Madras Medical College, Chennai.
02.
Stanley Medical College, Chennai
03.
Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai
04.
Chengalput Medical College, Chengalput
05.
Coimbatore Medical College, Coimbatore
06.
Thanjavur Medical College, Thanjavur
07.
Madurai Medical College, Madurai
08.
Tirunelveli Medical College, Tirunelveli
09.
Government Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College, Salem
10.
PSG Institute of Medical Sciences, Coimbatore
11.
Vinayaka Mission, Salem
12.
Raja Muthiah Medical College, Chidambaram
13.
C.M.C., Vellore
14.
Sri Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai
15.
Others

College Code
College Name
21.
Tamil Nadu Government Dental College, Chennai
22.
Saveetha Dental College and Hospital, Chennai
23.
Ragas Dental College, Chennai
24.
Meenakshiammal Dental College, Chennai
25.
Sri Balaji Dental College, Chennai
26.
S.A.Raja Dental College, Vadakkankulam
27.
J K K Dental College, Kumarapalayam
28.
Thai Moogambigai Dental College, Chennai
29.
Raja Muthaiah Dental College, Chennai
30.
Others

ANNEXURE – II
POST GRADUATE DEGREE / DIPLOMA / 5 YEAR M.Ch.,
(NEURO SURGERY) COURSES
2005 – 2006 SESSION
* TENTATIVE SEAT MATRIX – INCLUSIVE OF ALL INDIA QUOTA
M.D. COURSES
Speciality
MMC Chennai
SMC Chennai
KMC Chennai
MMC Madurai
TMC Tanjavore
TMC T’veli
CMC Coimbatore
CMC Chengalpet
MKM MC Salem
Total
M.D.General Medicine
22
15
12
19
9
2
14

2
95
M.D.Pathology
4
2
1
2
2
1



12
M.D. Microbiology
6
3

2

1
2


14
M.D. Obstetrics & Gynaecology
17
8
3
5
1

2


36
M.D.Physiology
4
2
1
2


2


11
M.D. (S.P.M)
4








4
M.D. Pharmacology
4
2

3





9
M.D. Forensic Medicine
2


1

1



4
M.D. Paediatrics
17
4
2
6
2

1


32
M.D. Psychiatric Medicine
4
2

2





8
M.D. Anaethesiology
10
7
0
7
5




29
M.D. Radio Diagnosis
5








5
M.D. Radio Therapy
5








5
M.D. Biochemistry
4
2


1




7
M.D. T.B. & Chest Diseases
3








3
M.D. Geriatrics
2








2
M.D.D.V.L.
10
2

1





13

* Subject to change.
POST GRADUATE DEGREE / DIPLOMA / 5 YEAR M.Ch.,
(NEURO SURGERY) COURSES
2005 – 2006 SESSION
* TENTATIVE SEAT MATRIX – INCLUSIVE OF ALL INDIA QUOTA
M.S. COURSES
Speciality
MMC Chennai
SMC Chennai
KMC Chennai
MMC Madurai
TMC Tanjavore
TMC T’veli
CMC Coimbatore
CMC Chengalpet
MKM MC Salem
Total
M.S. General Surgery
11
15
13
18
8
4
15
1
2
87
M.S. Anatomy
4
2

2
1




9
M.S. Ophthal
12
2

6


2


22
M.S.E.N.T.
6
2

3





11
M.S. Ortho
6

5
4
2




17
Five Year M.Ch. (Neuro Surgery)
2
1

1





4

* Subject to change
POST GRADUATE DEGREE / DIPLOMA / 5 YEAR M.Ch.,
(NEURO SURGERY) COURSES
2005 – 2006 SESSION
* TENTATIVE SEAT MATRIX – INCLUSIVE OF ALL INDIA QUOTA
DIPLOMA COURSES
Speciality
MMC Chennai
SMC Chennai
KMC Chennai
MMC Madurai
TMC Tanjavore
TMC T’veli
CMC Coimbatore
CMC Chengalpet
MKM MC Salem
Total
D.G.O
38
12
8
16
6

6


86
D.C.H.
35
12
8
12
2
2
4


75
D.M.R.D.
8
4

11
1




24
D.M.R.T.
8








8
D.L.O.
24
4
4
12
4




48
D.A.
15
12
4
20
9

3


63
D.ORTHO
8
4
8
6
3




29
D.O.
24
6

12
4

1


47
D.C.P.
8
4
2






14
D.T.C.D.
11



2




13
D.P.M.
8


5
2




15
Dip. Physical Medicine
3








3
D.P.H.
10








10
Dip. in Diabetology
3








3
D.D.V.L.
20
5

3
2




30

POST GRADUATE MDS COURSES
* TENTATIVE SEAT MATRIX – INCLUSIVE OF ALL INDIA QUOTA
Speciality
Tamil Nadu Government Dental College
Periodontics
4
Oral and Maxillo Facial Surgery
4
Conservative Dentistry
3
Orthodontics
3
Prosthodontics
2
Oral Pathology
2
Oral Medicine and Radiology
2
Total
20

* Subject to change
ANNEXURE – III
P.G. DEGREE / DIPLOMA COURSES

M.D.S. COURSES
Subject
No. of Questions Per Paper

Subject
No.of Questions per paper
Anatomy
12

Human Anatomy

Physiology
12

Histology and Embryology
10
Bio-chemistry
20

Human Physiology
15
Bio-physics
04

Bio-Chemistry
15
Pharmacology
12

Materials used in dentistry
20
Pathology
20

Human oral Antomy, Physiology, Histology and Tooth Morphology
20
Microbiology
20

General Pathology
15
Forensic Medicine
10

Microbiology
15
Community
15

General Dental Pharmacology & Therapeutics
15

125

125
Medicine
20

Oral Pathology and Oral Microbiology
10
Paediatric Medicine
10

General Medicine
10
Psychiatry
07

General Surgery
10
Dermatology
03

Preventive and Community Dentistry
10
Venerology
03

Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics
10
Radio Diagnosis
05

Orthodontics
15
Radio Therapy
05

Oral Medicine (Oral Diagnosis) & Radiology
10
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
20

Periodontics
15
Surgery
20

Oral Surgery
10
Orthopaedic Surgery
10

Prosthodontics and crown and bridge
15
Ophthalmology
08

Pedodontics
10
E.N.T.
08

Anaesthesia
06

125

125

250

250

List of Communities
2005-2006 Session.
List Showing the scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, backward Classes, Most Backward Classess and Denotified Communities in the state of Tamilnadu
Candidates are informed to refer to this appendix while filling the Community – sub caste code in the application cum Coding sheet
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.28, BC & MBCW Department dated : 19.7.94.
2. G.O. Ms. No. 100, BC & MBCW (BCC) Department dated : 24.11.97.
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. Ansar.
6. Arayar, Nulayar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
7. Archakarai Vellala.
8. Aryavathi (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
9. Ayirah Vaisyar.
10. Badagar.
11. Billava.
12. Bondil.
13. Boyas (except Tiruchirappalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, The Niligiris, Salem, Namakkal and Dharmapuri Districts).
Pedda Boyar (except Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts) Oddars (excepts Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Madurai, Theni and Dindigul Districts).
Kaloddars (except Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Tirunelveli, Thoothukidi, Salem and Namakkal Districts).
Nellorepet Oddars (except Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
Sooramari Oddars (except Salem and Namakkal Districts).
14. Chakkala (except Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul and the Niligiris Districts)
15. Chavalakarar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District)
16. Chettu or Chetty (including Kottar Chetty, Elur Chetty, Pathira Chetty, Valayalchetty, Pudukkadai Chetty (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
17. Chowdry.
18. Converts to Christianity from Schedule Castes irrespective of the generation of conversion for the purpose of reservation of seats in Educational Institutions and for seats in Public Services.
19. C.S.I. formerly S.I.U.C.(in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District)
20. Donga Dasaris (except Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Chennai, Salem and Namakkal Districts)
21. Dekkani Muslims.
22. Devangar, Sedar
23. Dombs (except Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts). Dommars (except Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Pudukottai, Vellore and Tiruvannmalai Districts).
24. Dudekula.
25. Enadi.
26. Ezhavathy (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
27. Ezhuthachar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
28. Ezhuva (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
29. Gangavar.
30. Gavara, Gavarai and Vadugar (Vaduvar) (other than Kamma, Kapu, Balija and Reddi).
31. Gounder.
32. Gowda (including Gammala, Kalali and Anuppa Gounder).
33. Hegde.
34. Idiga.
35. Illathu Pillaimar, Illuvar, Ezhuvar and Illathar.
36. Jhetty.
37. Jogis (except Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Cuddalore, Villupuram, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
38. Kabbera.
39. Kaikolar, Sengunthar.
40. Kaladi (except Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts).
41. Kalari Kurup including Kalari Panicker (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District)
42. Kalingi.
43. Kallar.
Easanattu Kallar.
Gandarvakottai Kallars (Except Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur and Pudukottai Districts).
Koottappal Kallars (Except Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Disctricts).
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)
44. Kallar Kula Thondaman.
45. Kalveli Gounder.
46. Kambar.
47. Kammalar or Viswakarma, Viswakarmala (including Thattar, Porkollar, Kannar, Karumar, Kollar, Thacher, Kal Th
acher, Kamsala and Viswabrahmin).
48. Kani, Kanisu, Kaniyar Panikkar.
49. Kaniyala Vellalar.
50. Kannada Saineegar, Kannadiyar (Through out the State) and Dasapalanjika (Coimbatore, Erode and the Niligiris Districts).
51. Kannadiya Naidu.
52. Karpoora Chettiar.
53. Karuneegar (Seer Karuneegar, Sri Karuneegar, Sarattu Karuneegar, Kaikatti Karuneegar, Mathuvazhi Kanakkar, Sozhi Kanakkar and Sunnambu Karuneegar).
54. Kasukkara Chettiar.
55. Katesar, Pattamkatti.
56. Kavuthiyar.
57. Kerala Mudali.
58. Kharvi.
59. Khatri..
60. Kongu Vaishnava.
61. Kongu Vellalars (including Vellala Gounder, Nattu Gounder, Narambukkatti Gounder, Tirumudi Vellalar, Thondu Vellalar, Pala Gounder, Poosari Gounder, Anuppa Vellala Gounder, Kurumba Gounder, Padaithalai Gounder, Chendalai Gounder, Pavalankatti Vellala Gounder, Pala Vellala Gounder, Sanku Vellala Gounder and Rathinagiri Gounder).
62. Koppala Velama.
63. Koteyar.
64. Krishnanvaka (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
65. Kudikara Vellalar.
66. Kudumbi (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
67. Kuga Vellalan.
68. Kunchidigar.
69. Labbais including Rowthar and Marakayar (Whether their spoken language is Tamil or Urdu)
70. Lambadi.
71. Latin Catholics (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District)
72. Lingayat (Jangama)
73. Mahratta (Non- Brahmin) (including Namdev Mahratta)
74. Malayar.
75. Male.
76. Maniagar.
77. Mapilla
78. Maravars (Except Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Pudukottai, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Tirunelveli and Thoothukudi Districts).
Karumaravars (Except Sivagangai, Virudhunagar,
Appanad Kondayam Kottai Maravars Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni and Dindigul Districts).
Sembanad Maravars (Except Sivagangai, Virudhunagar and
Ramanathapuram Districts).
79. Moondrumandai Enbathunalu (84) Ur. Sozhia Vellalar.
80. Mooppan.
81. Muthuraja, Muthuracha,muttiriyar, Muthiriyar, Mutharaiyar.
82. Nadar, Shanar and Gramani (including Christian Nadar, Christian Shanar and Christian Gramani).
83. Nagaram.
84. Naikkar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
85. Nangudi Vellalar.
86. Nanjil Mudali (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
87. Odar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
88. Odiya.
89. Oottruvalanattu Vellalar.
90. O.P.S. Vellalar.
91. Ovachar.
92. Paiyur Kotta Vellalar.
93. Pamulu.
94. Panar (except in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District where the community is a Scheduled caste).
95. Panisaivan (including Virakodi Vellala).
96. Kathikarar in Kanniyakumari District.
97. Pannirandam Chettiar or Uthama Chettiar.
98. Parkavakulam (including Surithimar, Nathamar, Malayamar, Moopanar, and Nainar).
99. Perike (including Perike Balija).
100. Perumkollar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
101. Podikara Vellalar.
102. Pooluva Gounder.
103. Poraya.
104. Pulavar (in Coimbatore and Erode Districts).
105. Pulluvar or Pooluvar.
106. Pusala.
107. Reddy (Ganjam)
108. Sadhu Chetty (including Telugu Chetty, Twenty four Manai Telugu Chetty).
109. Sakkaravar or Kavathi (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk or Tirunelveli District).
110. Salivagana.
111. Saliyar, Padmasaliyar, Pattusaliyar, Pattariyar and Adhaviyar.
112. Savalakkarar.
113. Senaithalaivar, Senaikudiyar and Illaivaniar.
114. Sheik.
115. Sourashtra (Patnulkarar).
116. Sozhiavellalar (including Sozha Vellalar, Vetrilaikarar, Kodikalkarar and Keeraikarar).
117. Srisayar.
118. Sundaram Chetty.
119. Syed.
120. Thogatta Veerakshatriya.
121. Tholkollar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
122. Tholuva Naicker and Vetalakara Naicker.
123. Thoraiyar.
124. Thoriyar.
125. Ukkirakula Kshatriya Naicker.
126. Uppara, Uppillia and Sagara.
127. 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).
128. Urikkara Nayakkar.
129. Vallambar.
130. Valmiki.
131. Vaniyar, Vania Chettiar (including Gandla, Ganika, Telikula and Chekkalar).
132. Veduvar and vedar (except in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District where the Community is a Scheduled Caste).
133. Veerasaiva (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
134. Velar.
135. Vellan Chettiar.
136. Veluthodathu Nair (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District).
137. Vokkaligar (including Vakkaligar, Okkaligar, Kappiliyar, Kappiliya, Okkaliga Gowda, Okkaliya, Gowda, Okkaliya Gowder, Okkaliya Gowda).
138. Wynad Chetty (The Nilgiris District).
139. Yadhava (including Idaiyar, Telugu Speaking Idaiyar known as Veduga Ayar or Vaduga Idaiyar or Golla and Asthanthra Golla).
140. Yavana.
141. Yerukula.
142. 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.
143. 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 recognised by the Government.
Note: As per Govt. Lr. Ms.No.81 AD & TW Dated : 19.9.2000 and as per orders of the Supreme Court of India Dated : 25.1.98 in SLP No.27571/95, If the candidate by birth is a Christian (born to Christian Parents) reconverts to Hinduism, he/she is not entitled to avail the concessions granted Scheduled Caste.
Most Backward Classes
1. G.O. Ms. No.28, BC & MBCW Department dated : 19.7.94.
2. G.O. Ms. No. 100, BC & MBCW (BCC) Department dated : 24.11.97.
144. Ambalakarar.
145. Andipandaram.
146. Bestha, Siviar.
147. Bhatraju (Other than Kshatriya Raju).
148. Boyar, Oddar.
149. Dasari.
150. Dommara.
151. Eravallar (except in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk of Tirunelveli District where the community is a Scheduled Tribe).
152. Isaivellalar.
153. Jambuvanodai.
154. Jangam.
155. Jogi.
156. Kongu Chettiar (in Coimbatore and Erode Districts only)
157. Koracha.
158. Kulala (including Kuyavar and Kumbarar).
159. Kunnuvar Mannadi.
160. Kurumba.
161. Kuruhini Chetty.
162. Maruthuvar, Navithar, Mangala, Velakattalavar, Velakatalanair and Pronopakari.
163. Mond Golla.
164. Moundadan Chetty.
165. Mahendra, Medara.
166. Mutlakampatti.
167. Narikoravar.
168. Nokkar.
169. Vanniakula Kshatriya (including Vanniyar, Vannia, Vanniya Gounder, Gounder or Kander, Padayachi, Palli and Agnikula Kshatriya).
170. Paravar (except in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah
Taluk of Tirunelveli District where the community is a Scheduled Caste) (including converts to Christianity).
171. Meenavar (Parvatharajakulam, Pattanavar, Sembadavar) (including converts to Christanity).
172. Mukkuvar or Mukayar (including converts to Christianity).
173. Punnan Vettuva Gounder.
174. Pannayar (other than Kathikarar in Kanniyakumari District).
175. Sathatha Srivaishnava (Including Sathani, Chattadi and Chattada Srivaishnava).
176. Sozhia Chetty.
177. Telugupatty Chetty.
178. Thottia Naicker (including Rajakambalam, Gollavar, Sillavar, Thockalavar and Thozhuva Naicker).
179. Thondaman.
180. Valaiyar (including Chettinad Valayars).
181. Vannar (Salavai Thozhilalar) (including Agasa, Madivala, Ekali, Rajakula, Veluthadar and Rajaka) (except in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah Taluk or Tirunelveli District where the community is a Scheduled Caste).
182. Vettaikarar.
183. Vettuva Gounder.
184. Yogeeswarar.
Denotified Communities
1. G.O. Ms. No.28, BC & MBCW Department dated : 19.7.94.
2. G.O. Ms. No. 100, BC & MBCW (BCC) Department dated : 24.11.97.
185. Attur Kilnad Koravars (Salem, Namakkal, Cuddalore, Villupuram, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai and Virudhunagar Districts).
186. Attur Melnad Koravars (Salem and Namakkal District).
187. Appanad Kondayam Kottai Maravar (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni and Dindigul Districts).
188. Ambalakarar (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
189. Ambalakarar (Suriyanur, Tiruchirapalli District).
190. Boyas (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, The Nilgiris, Salem, Namakkal and Dharmapuri Districts).
191. Battu Turkas.
192. C.K. Koravars (Cuddalore and Villupuram Districts).
193. Chakkala (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul and the Nilgiris Districts).
194. Changayampudi Koravars (Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
195. Chettinad Valayars (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar and Ramanathapuram Districts).
196. Dombs (Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts).
197. Dobba Koravars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
198. Dommars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Pudukottai, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
199. Donga Boya.
200. Donga Ur. Korachas.
201. Devagudi Talayaries.
202. Dobbai Korachas (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
203. Dabi Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Vellore and Thiruvannamalai Districts).
204. Donga Dasaris (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Chennai, Salem and Namakkal Districts).
205. Gorrela Dodda Boya.
206. Gudu Dasaris.
207. Gandarvakottai Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Cuddalore and Villupuram District).
208. Gandarvakottai Kallars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur and Pudukottai Districts).
209. Inji Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
210. Jogis (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Chennai, Cuddalore, Villupuram, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
211. Jambavanodai.
212. Kaladis (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts).
213. Kal Oddars (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Salem and Namakkal Districts).
214. Koravars (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudunagar, Pudukottai, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Chennai, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, and The Niligiris Districts).
215. Kalinji Dabikoravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur and Pudukottai Districts).
216. Kootappal Kallars (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai District).
217. Kala Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai District).
218. Kalavathila Boyas.
219. Kepmaris (Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambular Districts).
220. Maravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Pudukottai, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Tirunelveli and Thoothukudi Districts).
221. Monda Koravars.
222. Monda Golla (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
223. Mutlakampatti (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
224. Nokkars (Tiruchirappalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
225. Nellorepet Oddars (Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
226. Oddars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Madurai, Theni and Dindigul Districts).
227. Pedda Boyas (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
228. Ponnai Koravars (Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
229. Piramalai Kallars (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Pudukottai, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam and Thiruvarur Districts).
230. Periya Suriyur Kallars (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambular and Pudukkottai Districts).
231. Padayachi (Vellayan Kuppam in Cuddalore District, Thennore in Tiruchirapalli District).
232. Punnan Vettuva Gounder (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
233. Servai (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
234. Salem Melnad Koravars (Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Coimbatore, Erode, Pudukottai, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Salem, Namakkal, Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
235. Salem Uppu Koravars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
236. Sakkaraithamadai Koravars (Vellore and Tiruvannamalai Districts).
237. Saranga Palli Koravars.
238. Sooramari Oddars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
239. Sembanad Maravars (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar and Ramanathapuram Districts).
240. Thalli Koravars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
241. Thelungapatty Chettis (Tiruchirapalli Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
242. Thottia Naickers (Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Salem, Namakkal, Vellore, Tiruvannamalai, Coimbatore and Erode District).
243. Thogamalai Koravars or Kapmaris (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
244. Uppukoravars or Settipalli Koravars (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Pudukottai, Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Vellore and Thiruvannamalai Districts).
245. Urali Gounders (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
246. Wayalpad or Nawalpeta Korachas.
247. Vaduvarpatti Koravars (Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai District).
248. Valayars (Madurai, Theni, Dindigul, Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Erode, Coimbatore Districts).
249. Vettaikarar (Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur and Pudukottai Districts).
250. Vetta Koravars (Salem and Namakkal Districts).
251. Varaganeri Koravars (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
252. Vettuva Gounder (Tiruchirapalli, Karur, Perambalur and Pudukottai Districts).
the schedule (scheduled castes)
tamilnadu
1. Adi-Andhra
2. Adi-Dravida
3. Adi-Karnataka
4. Ajila
5.
Arunthathiyar
6. Ayyanavar (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District)
7. Baira
8. Bakuda
9. Bandi
10. Bellara
11. Bharatar (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District)
12. Chakkiliyan
13. Chalavadi
14. Chamar, Muchi
15. Chandala
16. Cheruman
17. Devendrakulathan
18. Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano
19. Domban
20. Godagali
21. Godda
22. Gosangi
23. Holeya
24. Jaggali
25. Jambuvulu
26. Kadaiyan
27. Kakkalan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
28. Kalladi
29. Kanakkan, Padanna (in the Nilgiris District)
30. Karimpalan
31. Kavara (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
32. Koliyan
33. Koosa
34. Kootan, Koodan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
35. Kudumban
36. Kuravan, Sidhanar
37. Madari
38. Madiga
39. Maila
40. Mala
41. Mannan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
42. Mavilan
43. Moger
44. Mundala
45. Nalakeyava
46. Nayadi
47. Padannan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District)
48. Pagadai
49. Pallan
50. Palluvan
51. Pambada
52. Panan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
53. Panchama
54. Pannadi
55. Panniandi
56. Paraiyan, Parayan, Sambavar.
57. Paravan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
58. Pathiyan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
59. Pulayan, Cheramar
60. Puthirai Vannan
61. Raneyar
62. Samagara
63. Samban
64. Sapari
65. Semman
66. Thandan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
67. Thoti
68. Tiruvalluvar
69. Vallon
70. Valluvan
71. Vannan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
72. Vathiriyan
73. Velan
74. Vetan (in Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District.
75. Vettiyan
76. Vettuvan (Kanyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
77. SC Converts to Buddhism.
the Schedule (Scheduled Tribes)
Tamil Nadu
1. Adiyan.
2. Aranadan.
3. Eravallan.
4. Irular.
5. Kadar.
6. Kammara (excluding Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
7. Kanikaran, Kanikkar (in Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah and Ambasamudram Taluks of Tirunelveli District).
8. Kaniyan, Kanyan.
9. Kattunayakan.
10. Kochu Velan.
11. Konda Kapus.
12. Kondareddis.
13. Koraga.
14. Kota (excluding Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
15. Kudiya, Melakudi.
16. Kurichchan.
17. Kurumbas (in the Nilgiris District).
18. Kurumans.
19. Maha Malasar.
20. Malai Arayan.
21. Malai Pandaram.
22. Malai Vedan.
23. Malakkuravan.
24. Malasar.
25. Malayali (in Dharmapuri, Vellore, Tiruvannamalai, Pudukottai, Salem, Namakkal, Cuddalore, Villupuram, Tiruchirapalli, Karur and Perambalur Districts).
26. Malayakandi.
27. Mannan.
28. Mudugar, Muduvan.
29. Muthuvan.
30. Pallayan.
31. Palliyan.
32. Palliyar.
33. Paniyan.
34. Sholaga.
35. Toda (excluding Kanniyakumari District and Shenkottah taluk of Tirunelveli District).
36. Uraly.
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Check List
Candidates are requested to check the List of Certificates / Documents to be furnished along with the filled in application form.
1. Filled in Application Form.
(stitch the following attested Xerox copies of the Documents to the application form)
a. Mark Sheets : Xth Std., +2 Examination.
b. Community Certificate
c. Final M.B.B.S./B.D.S. Part II Mark Sheets.
d. C.R.R.I. Completion Certificate.
e. M.B.B.S./B.D.S. Degree / Provisional Pass Certificate issued by the University
f. Permanent Medical/Dental Registration Certificate.
g. Attempt Certificate’ in Final M.B.B.S./B.D.S. Part II from Head of the Parent Institution.
h. Certificate from forwarding officer indicating the status of the Institution for service candidates other than those selected by T.N.P.S.C.
i. Eligibility certificate from Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University for candidates qualified from other than Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University.
(Do not stitch the following enclosures to the Application From. Use GEM CLIP for attachment to the Application From.)
2. Self Addressed acknowledgement card with Postages Stamp for Rs. 6.00 affixed.
3. Hall Ticket in Triplicate with Photos attested.
4. Identification-cum-Attendance Slip with Photos attested.
5. Affix Stamps for Rs.50/- with the two envelopes provided for despatch of :
a. Hall Ticket
b. Mark Sheet
6. O.M.R. Sheet. (Do not Pin, Staple, Stich or Attach just enclose – Do not fold)
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IMPORTANT DATES
1. Last date for receipt of Application Forms : Monday 21-02-2005
at the Selection Committee Office 4.00 PM
2. Date of Entrance Examination
M.D.S Courses : Saturday 26-02-2005
10.00 AM to 1.30 PM
PG Degree / Diploma / Five Year M.Ch.
(Neuro-Surgery) Courses : Sunday 27-02-2005
10.00 AM to 1.30 PM

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