About the Entrance Examination
Applications are invited through countrywide advertisement in
leading newspapers usually during September/October and March/April for the January and
July session respectively. The entrance examination is held in December for the January
session and in the June for July session.
MD/MS Courses Candidates are assessed at a formal
entrance-test on the basis of a suitably designed Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) type
theory paper. For candidates appearing for MD/MS entrance examination, the theory paper
consists of 250 questions pertaining to subjects studied during the MBBS course viz.
Medicine and Surgery (36 questions each), Obstetrics and Gynaecology (18 questions),
Paediatrics, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedic Surgery, Microbiology, Pathology, Pharmacology,
ENT and Applied Biochemistry (12 questions each), and six questions each in Anatomy,
Forensic Medicine, Dermatology, Anaesthesia, Physiology, Psychiatry, Social &
Preventive Medicine, Radio diagnosis and Radiotherapy. The examination is of three hours
duration and there is negative marking. The assessment is objective and free of human
bias and subjectivity. The result of the entrance examination is declared within 24 hours
and is computerised.
DM/M.Ch Courses: Selection of candidates is made on the
basis of suitably designed MCQ type theory paper. Theory examination is of one and
half-hour duration. There is negative marking for wrong answers.
MDS Course: Selection of candidates is made on the
basis of theory examination consisting of 100 multiple-choice questions. The duration of
examination is one and half-hours.
Reservation of Seats: In keeping with a
national policy to promote the welfare of long deprived segments of our society,
approximately 22.5% of the total seats are reserved for candidates belonging to
Scheduled Castes/Tribes in courses and 27% of total seats are
reserved for OBC candidates for 3 Academic years and target will be
achieved during the next three Academic years.
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5% seats are reserved for candidates who have actually worked
or are working in rural areas with less than 5000 population for a minimum period of 2
years in MD/MS Course.
the Sponsored/Deputed/Foreign National Candidates
following organisations may depute/sponsor candidates for any one of the courses but they
have to qualify the selection test. The sponsorship is accepted from the following
Central Government departments/Institutions
ii) State Government departments/Institutions
bodies of the Central or State Governments
iv) Public sector
v) Medical Colleges affiliated to a University and recognised
by the Medical Council of India
running various postgraduate courses a number of short courses are also available for the
trainees who are deputed from other Institutions for specialised training and acquisition
of skills. These courses are extremely popular amongst doctors working at district level
hospitals or in private practice.
Nationals: The Institute accepts foreign nationals for various courses imparted at
the Institute. For MD/MS courses, we have reserved some seats for foreign nationals.
However, for DM/M.Ch. (Super-speciality) courses, there is no reservation for foreign
nationals. A good working knowledge of English is essential.
nationals are required to apply through the Government of India, Ministry of Health &
Family Welfare, New Delhi.
They are also required to appear and to qualify the entrance examination
along with the other candidates. Separate merit list is prepared for only MD/MS courses.
The selection is made on merit based on their performance in the entrance examination.
without a degree is also offered to help the neighbouring countries.
Particulars of the intending candidates are required to be submitted in
the prescribed form obtainable directly from the Institute. The completed application
should reach the Ministry 2-3 months prior the commencement of the course. They are also
required to furnish the certificate of their temporary registration with the Medical
Council of India lasting for the period of their studies here.
doctors receive a very high level of training at the end of which they are awarded a
degree on the basis of theory and practical examination. The selected candidates have the
same duties in the hospital as the Indian Nationals.
to be submitted can be obtained from the Deans Office.