RGUHS PG ENTRANCE TEST 2009

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Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka

4th T Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore – 560 041

PH – 26961940, website- www.rguhs.ac.in


PG ENTRANCE TEST – 2009


1. Introduction:

The Post Graduate Entrance Test 2009 is being conducted for the purpose of determining the eligibility for admission of students to PG Degree and Diploma courses in Medical subjects and PG Degree courses in Dental subjects in Government colleges and Government seats in Private Medical and Dental Colleges and Deemed University within the State of Karnataka, in respect of Government seats for the academic year 2009-10.

The seats available in the different colleges in the State of Karnataka have been divided into State Government seats and Management seats.

The Post Graduate Entrance Test is being conducted in accordance with the “Ordinances governing conduct of Entrance Test for Admission to Post-Graduate Degree and Diploma (Medical and Dental) courses 2002” which have been framed under the RGUHS Act, 1994 and subsequent amendments and Government Orders. Therefore the details and instructions contained in this Brochure are subject to the said Ordinances.

2. Eligibility:

Candidates who fulfill the following criteria shall be eligible to appear for the Entrance Test, namely:-

(a) He/She is a citizen of India.

(b) He/She must have studied and passed the courses leading to the award of MBBS/BDS Degrees in colleges recognized by Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India and Government of India established by law and located in Karnataka State; or

(c) Candidate must be of Karnataka origin who has studied MBBS/BDS degrees in colleges outside Karnataka recognized by Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India and Government of India and affiliated to any University established by law in India

Explanation:- “Candidates of Karnataka origin” means who or his/her parents(father or mother) has been a resident of Karnataka State for a period of not less than ten years, and who produces a certificates from the Concerned Tahsildar to that effect in the prescribed form (Appendix VII)

(d) He/She has completed or is completing compulsory rotatory internship on or before 30th April of the year in which application for entrance test is called for subject to completion of internship course.

(e) A candidate, who is already holding a Post-Graduate degree in any speciality, shall not be eligible to appear for test for admission to any Post Graduate Degree /Diploma course.

(f) Must be less than 45 years of age as on the last date for receipt of application for the entrance test.

Provided that the requirements mentioned under rule 2 (c) shall not be applicable in the case of:-

(a) The children of serving or retired employees of All India Services, Karnataka cadre of the State Government who had served or are serving outside the State during the period the candidate had been studying from the first standard till the commencement of the first year of the course leading to the degree in the qualifying examination, to the extent of the period of such service outside the state.

(b) Children of Central Government employees and employees of Central or State Government undertaking or Joint Sector working continuously in Karnataka for at least three years as on the 30th April of that year.

(c) Children of Central Government employees and employees of Central State Government undertakings or Joint Sector undertaking working as on the 30th April of that year outside the state where such employee had:-

(i) declared to the respective Government Organisation a place in Karnataka as his home town, and

(ii) studied for not less than five years between the First Standard and SSLC or equivalent examination in any educational institution in Karnataka run or recognized by the State Government.

(d) The children of Members of Parliament elected from the Karnataka to the extent of the period of being a Member of Parliament during the period of the child’s study in New Delhi from the First Standard to the qualifying examination during his tenure as Member of Parliament.

(e) The children of serving Defence Personnel or Ex-servicemen whose address at the time of joining the Defence Service is in Karnataka.

Note:

(i) Children for the purpose of the rule means natural born son or daughter and not adopted son Or daughter and not grandson or grand daughter.

(ii) The candidates claiming any of the exemption specified above shall produce such certificate as specified by the committee for claiming such exemption

Last date for receipt of printout of application filled online is 1st January 2009, 5.00 PM”.

Applications are liable for rejection

  1. If Incomplete
  2. If photographs are found mismatched
  3. If The applicant not signed in the application
  4. If photographs snapped before 01.09.2008 are pasted (i.e., without proof of date & name)

3. Registration Fee

The candidates are required to pay the prescribed fee through Demand Draft in favour of ‘Registrar, RGUHS, Bangalore’.

SC, ST and Category – I

Rs. 375/-

Others

Rs. 1500/-

4. Application Form

(a) Guidelines to fill the online Application form

1.

Preferred PGET Examination Center: Entrance Test will be conducted at Bangalore, Mysore, Hubli and Bellary. Select region of your choice from the drop down list

2.

Subject: Select either Medical or Dental from the drop down list

3.

Name of Candidate: Fill the name in BLOCK LETTERS, as per MBBS/BDS degree certificate

4.

Mother’s Name: Mother’s name in full should be filled

5.

Father’s Name: Father’s Name should correspond to the form and spelling in the 10th standard Marks Card.

6.

Spouse’s /Husband’s Name: If married Spouse’s /Husband’s name in full should be filled.

7.

Date of Birth: The Date of Birth should correspond to the entry in the 10th standard Marks Card.

Ex: if the Date of Birth is 15th January 1965 it should be filled in the format 15/01/1965 only.

8.

Sex: Select form the drop down list Female /Male

9.

Place of Birth: Select district in which you were born from the drop down list. If the district is not listed, select ‘Other’ from the drop down list and then enter the district name in the field provided.

10.

Nationality: Select from the drop down list Indian / Other

11.

College: Select college in which you have studied MBBS/BDS from the drop down list .If the college is not listed ,select ‘Others’ from the drop down list and then enter the college name in the field provided.

12.

University: Select University in which you have studied MBBS/BDS from the drop down list. If the university is not listed, select ‘Others’ from the drop down list and then enter the university name in the field provided.

13.

Permanent / Provisional Medical/Dental Registration Number : Enter Permanent /Provisional Registration Number, if you have already completed the course (Not applicable to candidates who are still undergoing internship training)

14.

Name of State /Central Council Where registered: Enter Name of the State/Central Council where registered.

15.

Compulsory Rotatory Internship: Enter the date of completion of compulsory rotatory internship. If you have not yet completed the compulsory rotatory internship as on the date of filling the application, mention the date on which you are likely to complete the internship supported by a certificate issued by the Principal/Dean of your college to the effect.

16.

Select Marks or Grade System: Accordingly enter Marks or Grade awarded to you in each year. Total No. of attempts will get calculated by the system itself.

17.

Whether you have done/undergoing PG Degree course: Select yes or No from the dropdown list.

18.

Do you claim reservation under PH quota: Select Yes or No

19.

Category: Select from the drop down list the category you belong to

The candidates claiming reservation under SC, ST, Category –I, IIA, IIB, IIIA and IIIB should furnish latest Income and Caste certificates issued by the Tahasildar in the forms valid as on the last date for submission of application. If the certificates are not furnished along with the print out of filled application, the reservation claimed will be rejected and he/she will be considered under General Category only. Requests for change of category after the submission of application will not be entertained.

20.

Religion: Enter Religion you belong to

21.

Caste:Enter Caste you belong to (Once Mentioned it cannot be edited or changed)

22.

Sub Caste: Enter Sub Caste you belong to

23.

DD Amount: Enter fee payable as given in the brochure

24.

DD Number: Enter 6 digits DD Number

25.

DD Date: Enter DD Amount in dd/mm/yyyy format only

26.

DD Bank Drawn: Enter DD drawn bank

27.

Full Postal Address: Enter Full Postal Address with pincode for future correspondences

28.

Email: Enter Valid Email ID

29.

Phone: Enter phone Number with STD code

30.

Mobile: Enter Mobile Number

31.

In service Status: If you are a Karnataka State Government in-service candidate select YES or NO from the drop down list

32.

Department: Select department where working from the drop down list.

33.

Place of working: Mention the present place where you are working

34.

Date of Entry in to service: Enter Date of entry into service

35.

Whether Probationary Period has been declared: Select status from drop down list.

36.

If Probationary Period declared mention the date of declaration

37.

Are you doing PG Degree or PG Diploma: Select status from drop down list

38.

If doing/done PG Degree mention PG Degree Course

39.

If doing/done PG Degree furnish date of completion

40.

If doing/done PG Diploma mention PG Diploma Course

41.

If doing/done PG Diploma furnish date of completion

42.

Speciality in which he/she is working

43.

Whether any enquiry is pending: Select status from drop down list

44.

Whether he/she is under suspension: Select status from drop down list

45.

Whether he/she is under unauthorized absence: Select status from drop down list

46.

Enter Remarks if any

After filling the online application form press Submit button, if you are sure that all the data entered by you is correct. An Application Number will get generated. Please record it for your future usage. Take the printout of the filled-in application and paste the recent passport size photograph in the space provided. The print out of the filled-in application duly signed by the candidate be sent to university along with the required documents within the stipulated time.

b) How to submit:

I) IN PERSON:

Printout of Application form filled online, along with attested copies of all required certificates and two extra photos, may be submitted for registration, in person, at RGUHS, 4th ‘T’ Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore – 560 041, and the Hall Ticket for the Entrance Test may be collected at the same time in the University after a minimum of 6 hours needed for verification.

ii) In absentia:

Any person authorized by the candidate duly signed by him (Appendix – VIII), can submit the printout of application form filled in all respects along with attested copies of all required certificates and two extra photos. The Hall ticket for the Entrance Test may be collected at the same time in the University after a minimum of 6 hours needed for verification.

iii) By Post:

Print out of application filled online, along with attested copies of all required certificates and two extra photos may be sent by post for registration to “The Registrar, RGUHS, 4th ‘T’ Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore – 560 041”. Candidates should super scribe on the cover as “Application for PGET 2009”. Hall Ticket for the Entrance Test will be sent by post to the address furnished by the candidate.

NOTE : Please note that the candidate will not become eligible for attending the entrance test only by online registration. The candidate must ensure that print out of his/her application with all enclosures mentioned in the brochure reaches the RGUHS on or before 01.01.2009, 5.00 PM. RGUHS is not responsible for any postal delay. The print-out of the applications received after 01.01.2009 shall be strictly rejected.

c) Certificates to be enclosed:

The attested copies of the following certificates are to be attached along with the application form. The Checklist given in Appendix – X should be used to tick the certificates attached and the checklist be sent along with the application.

1. S.S.L.C. Marks Card (for date of birth proof and parent’s name)

2. MBBS/BDS Marks Card of all Phases/Years

3. Compulsory Rotatory Internship completion certificate or certificate indicating the probable date of completion, issued by the Principal of the College. (Appendix – IX)

4. Attempts Certificate issued by the Principal

5. Degree Certificate/Provisional Degree Certificate issued by the University

6. Medical/ Dental Registration Certificate

7. If claimed under Reservation Category, Caste & Income Certificate for SC, ST, Category I, IIA, IIB, IIIA , IIIB issued by Tahasildhar (Applicable only to Karnataka candidates)

8. If claimed under Domicile status documentary proof in support of the candidate being a resident of Karnataka or his/her parents [Father/Mother) for a period not less than 10 years issued by the competent authority i.e, Tahasildhar.

9. Disability Certificate if claimed under Physically Handicapped quota


d) Instructions to Candidates:-

1. The candidates shall be present at the centre 30 minutes before the commencement of the test

2. Only the candidates who possess the Hall Ticket shall be allowed to sit for the Entrance Test. In case of loss of Hall Ticket the candidates should contact the Chief Superintendent of the centre two hour earlier for assistance.

3. No Candidate shall copy from the paper of any other candidate or permit his / her own papers to be copied or attempt to give or seek any illegal assistance.

4. No candidate will be admitted to the examination hall after the commencement of the Entrance Test.

5. No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall before the end of the first thirty minutes. Candidates leaving the hall prior to the end of the Entrance Test, will have to hand over the question paper and OMR sheet to the room invigilator and collect the same at the end of the test.

6. No candidate should leave the room without handing over his / her OMR sheet.

7. Candidate should sign the attendance sheet as per the instructions of the invigilator

8. Silence must be observed in the examination hall. Any candidate guilty of disorderly or improper conduct will be liable for expulsion from the examination hall and will be debarred from the Entrance test by the Chief Superintendent of the centre

9. Candidates are not permitted to carry any Electronic gadgets like Pager, Cell Phone, Bluetooth etc., into the examination hall

10. Even a minute, inadvertent touch or drop of ink on other oval makes the answer invalid. Think before ink.

11. Candidates defacing the OMR sheet or erasing the marked oval by eraser/blade/any sharp object are liable for disqualification

5. Reservation in favour of certain categories:

Orders issued by Government of Karnataka from time to time for reservation in seats for constitutionally permissible classes of Karnataka candidates such as SC and ST and Category I, IIA, IIB, IIIA and IIIB and Physically Handicapped are applicable. In the In-service quota, there will be distribution of seats among SC, ST and General Merit categories only. Therefore, in-service candidates are eligible to apply under SC, ST and General Merit categories only.

  • Failure to produce income and caste certificates issued by Tahasildhar will result in forfeiture of his/ her claim for reservation and he/she will be considered as a candidate belonging to General Category only. OBC categories are applicable to Karnataka candidates only.

  • Candidates with Physical Disability ranging above 40% should produce a Medical Certificate issued by Chairman, State Disability Board or any equivalent authority of State of Karnataka in the field of concerned disability along with the application form for the entrance test. Candidates suffering from hearing disability should compulsorily obtain and produce a BSER (Brain Stem Evoked Response) Audiometry Report from NIMHANS/Manipal Hospital/Government Speech and Hearing Institute, Lingarajapuram, Bangalore. At the time of counseling, the candidates required to appear for medical examination before a Committee comprising of the Registrar, RGUHS, Bangalore, as Chairman and three specialists from the department of Orthopaedics, Ophthalmology and ENT. The Medical Board shall examine the candidate and certify regarding the percentage of disability and the decision of the Medical Board will be final. For the purpose of this proviso, persons with the disability shall have the same meaning assigned to it in the ‘Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Participation) Act 1995 (Central Act 1/1995). The candidates with disability less than 40% will not be eligible for claiming a seat under Physically Disabled Category. The candidates selecting seat under PH quota are ineligible to select a seat in the first round of counseling.

NOTE: The Physically Disabled candidates who fail to appear before the committee on the day fixed for medical examination will not be eligible for selection of a seat under Physically Disabled quota.

6. Conduct of Entrance Test:

Date of Entrance Test: 01.02.2009

Time: 10 am to 1 pm

Places: Bangalore, Mysore, Hubli and Bellary

a) Syllabus: The Syllabus content will, ordinarily, be equal to the syllabus prescribed for MBBS / BDS under MCI/DCI regulations of RGUHS Ordinances. The distribution of marks, subject-wise, for the Entrance Test is given in Appendix-V

b) Duration, Nature of Question Paper and Answer Sheet:

i) The Entrance Test will be conducted in English.

ii) There will be one Question Paper (booklet) of three hours duration consisting of 200 Multiple Choice Questions. There will be eight versions of the question paper booklet and therefore Serial Number of question differs from version to version.

iii) Questions will be multiple choice types, each having one best response out of four alternatives.

iv) Answer sheet is of “Optical Mark Reader” (OMR) type with carbonless copy. OMR sheet is required to be marked as per instructions on it, using a black or blue Ball point Pen. Copy of the OMR sheet is allowed to be taken by the candidate. Specimen copy of the OMR Answer Sheet is in Appendix-VI. Evaluation is by Optical scanning of OMR Sheet.

v) Each question carries one mark. Correct answer will be awarded -one mark. No Negative valuation.

c) Notification of answers and self assessment

i) Key Answers of test questions will be notified on the website (http://www.rguhs.ac.in) of the University same day after the entrance Test on 01.02.2009, 5.00 PM.

ii) Since the candidates will have the copy of OMR sheet, self assessment is possible by comparing with the key answers notified on the website.

d) Challenging of Key answers

The candidate may challenge the notified keys/answers. The candidate willing to challenge the keys should remit a prescribed fee of Rs.1000/- through Demand Draft in favour of “Registrar, RGUHS, Bangalore” preferably in person. No authorized representative are entertained. Proforma for challenging the keys available on the RGUHS website may be used for this purpose. Anonymous or pseudo-anonymous representations and those received after the last date or without the prescribed fee, are liable to be rejected.

All challenges will be scrutinized by subject experts, whose decision in the matter shall be final. A sum of Rs.500/- will be refunded, only to candidates whose challenge succeeds.

e) Determination of Merit, Publication of Results and Provision of retotalling:

Merit lists are in both Medical and Dental faculties are prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Entrance Test. The minimum percentage of marks for eligibility for admission is 50% for General Merit candidates and 40% for candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC categories.

7. Spot Selection of Seats: The seat matrix, the calendar of events and all other details of spot selection process will be notified by Government of Karnataka through Government Order/Gazette also published in RGUHS website. No individual intimation will be sent to the candidates. The candidate should personally appear for the seat selection.

8. Availability of Seats in different courses and colleges: Details of the precise number of seats in different courses and colleges, their classification and category wise reservation will be announced as soon as the University receives the communication from the Government.

9. General:

i) The candidates shall appear for the Entrance Test at their own cost, in any one of the four cities as per the choice indicated by them in their Application Form. The center in the city chosen, will be allotted by the University. No change of center is permissible.

ii) Each candidate is given a Register Number consisting of two alphabets followed by five numbers. The first alphabet will be M or D. (i.e., M for Medical and D for Dental)

The second alphabet will indicate the city of Entrance Test. B for Bangalore, K for Hubli, M for Mysore, and V for Bellary.

The five numerical numbers will be the actual Register Number of the candidate.

iii) Request for change of category after the submission of application will not be entertained.

iv) All the marks cards and certificates submitted along with the application are subjected to verification at the initial stage for Registration and issue of Hall Tickets for the Entrance Test. Detailed verification will be made before the candidate is allowed for seat selection. It is the responsibility of the candidate to furnish all original marks cards and certificates for verification at that time. Failure to produce the originals for any reason, will result in forfeiture of his /her claim for selection of seat.

v) Duplicate hall ticket may be obtained by furnishing following documents.

1. Representation of the candidate

2. D.D. for Rs. 750/- in favour of Registrar, RGUHS

3. Copy of confirmation report

4. Two recent passport size photographs

5. Identity proof

vi) Refund of application fee is impermissible for any reasons

10. Government of Karnataka in-service candidates

The in-service doctors have to fulfill the following conditions stipulated under Rule 10 of Karnataka conduct of Entrance Test for admission to Post-Graduate Medical and Dental Degree and Diploma Courses Rules 2006. It is mandatory for the in-service candidates to appear for the entrance test. The applications should be verified and forwarded by the concerned Heads of Departments i.e. Director of Medical Education/Director of Health and Family Welfare Services/Director, ESI/Heads of Autonomous Institutions/Heads of Boards and Corporations. The Head of the Departments should forward the applications of only such candidates who fulfill all the criteria mentioned in the application form. Advance copies from candidates will not be entertained.

1. No in-service candidate shall be eligible for admission under these rules:-

a. Unless he/she has put in not less than Three years of regular service in the concerned department (subject to provisions of the Government Order issued by the Government from time to time for the academic year 2009-10)

b. Unless he has satisfactorily completed the prescribed period of probation

The candidates should fulfill the above conditions as on the last date of receipt of applications for the entrance test.

2. No in-service candidate shall be eligible for admission to Post Graduate Degree and Diploma courses in any subject other than the Speciality in which he is working.

3. An in-service candidate who is already holding a Post Graduate Degree in any speciality shall not be eligible for admission to any other Post Graduate Degree or Diploma.

4. An in-service candidate who is already holding a Post Graduate Diploma in any speciality through government deputation shall be eligible for admission to Post Graduate Degree course in the same specialty and shall not be eligible for any other Post-Graduate Degree or Diploma courses.

5. An in-service candidate who is studying in any Post-Graduate Degree or Diploma course shall not be eligible for admission under these rules.

6. No candidate who is above forty eight years as on the last date fixed for receipt of application shall be eligible for admission.

7. In addition to the above, in-service doctors should furnish the information sought in the application form and heads of the departments should verify and forward the applications to the Registrar, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, 4th T Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore – 5600041.

8. Incomplete and incorrect applications are liable for rejection. No changes will be entertained after the submission of application.

9. Advance copies from in-service candidates will not be entertained.

10. The Government In-service candidates should produce a declaration as given below along with the application form i.e., I solemnly and sincerely affirm that the information furnished by me in this form are true and correct.

11. Forfeiture of seats selected during counselling:-

(1) Every candidate including in-service candidate shall pay a sum of Rs.10,000/- for Degree and Rs.5,000/- for Diploma to the Government in case he/she takes allotment orders during counseling and fails to join the course.

(2) All the selected candidates except in-service candidates at the time of admission shall furnish a bond on a stamped paper of Rs. 100/- binding himself to pay a sum Rs.50,000/- in case of Degree and Rs. 25,000/- in case of Diploma along with the stipendary amount received by him/her in the event of leaving the course before its completion.

(3) All the selected in-service candidates at the time of admission shall furnish a bond in the form specified by the committee on stamp paper of value of Rs.100/- binding himself to pay a sum of Rs.50,000/- for Degree and Rs.25,000/- for Diploma courses as penalty in the event of his/her leaving the course before its completion and also debarred for three years from appearing entrance test. All the selected in-service candidates at the time of admission shall furnish a bond to the effect that they will be rendering service in the Government for a minimum period of Ten years or till the attainment of superannuation, whichever is earlier.

(4) In addition to the prescribed fine, every candidate shall pay the remaining period course fee on his own to the Government/ Private colleges in the event he/she leaving the course before its completion

(5) Candidates selecting Government Colleges & Government seats in Private colleges (under concession fee) for Post Graduate courses shall furnish an undertaking that he/she will serve the Government for a minimum period of 3 years after completion of the course, if Government desires.

(6) Candidates who avail 100% tuition fee reimbursement from the Government shall furnish an undertaking that he/she will serve the Government for a minimum period of 5 years, if Government desires.

(7) A penalty of Rs. 5,00,000/- for degree and Rs. 3,00,000/- for diploma shall be levied incase the candidates fail to serve the Government after completion of the course as per the undertaking

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2 Responses to “RGUHS PG ENTRANCE TEST 2009”

  1. ManyexamSeanK Says:

    Wow .. very great matter. I’m going to write about it too.


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