PGIMER PG 2016 Exam Schedule

PGIMER PG 2016 Exam Schedule

PGIMER PG 2016 Exam ScheduleNote:
i. The Prospectus/Online application form/ Challan form is available only on PGI website.

ii. Dates for Submission of Online Applications and Generation of Challan forms – from 19.09.2015 to 15.10.2015., however State Bank of India will accept the fees upto 20.10.2015.

iii. Helpline Desks: 0172-2755562, 2755569, 2755570, 2755567 from 0900-1700 hours on working day.

iv. Abbreviation: Gen-General, SC-Schedule Caste, ST-Schedule Tribe, RA-Rural Area, PWD-Person with Disability, OBC-Other Backward Classes, Spon-Sponsored, FN-Foreign National.

PGIMER PG 2016 Allotment

PGIMER PG 2016 AllotmentLAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF ONLINE APPLICATIONS: 20.10.2015

Applications on the prescribed form are invited for the following Postgraduate courses for the academic session starting from 1st January, 2016.

1. First Year Junior Resident (for MD/MS courses).

Sr.No. Department Gen RA PWD SC ST OBC Spon FN Bhutanese National

1

Anaesthesia

2

 

2

 

1

2

4

 

1

2

Biochemistry      

1

   

2

1

 

3

Community Medicine        

1

 

1

1

 

4

Dermatology

2

           

1

 

5

ENT      

1

1

 

4

   

6

Forensic Medicine

1

       

1

1

   

7

Internal Medicine

6

2

 

1

 

5

4

2

 

8

Medical Microbiology  

1

1

1

1

2

4

 

1

9

Nuclear Medicine

1

   

1

   

2

   

10

Obstt & Gynae

2

         

4

1

 

11

Ophthalmology

1

         

4

1

 

12

Ortho Surgery

2

   

1

1

1

1

   

13

Pathology    

1

 

1

 

4

2

1

14

Pediatrics

4

1

1

1

 

3

4

2

 

15

Pharmacology      

1

   

4

1

 

16

Psychiatry        

1

2

4

   

17

Radiodiagnosis

3

       

1

1

1

 

18

Radiotherapy            

3

   

19

General Surgery

9

1

1

4

 

6

4

1

 

20

Transfusion Medicine        

1

 

3

   

Total

33

5

6

12

8

23

59

14

3

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. The candidates completing internship after 31.12.2015 are not eligible for MD/MS course
2. The number of seats wherever indicated are provisional and may increase/decrease without any prior notice.
3. Incomplete applications will not be entertained and no correspondence will be made in this regard.

PGIMER PG 2016 Instructions for Photographs

PGIMER PG 2016 Instructions for Photographs1. Please scan your Photograph (clear passport size coloured with light background) and save it in the JPEG format. The size of image should not exceed 50 kb.
2. Photograph MUST be snapped on or after March 1, 2015.
3. Photograph must be taken with name of candidate (as in application), and date of taking photograph, as per the example given below:

PGIMER PG 2016 Instructions for Photograph

IIMPORTANT:

– The photograph must be snapped with a placard indicating name of candidate and date of taking photograph, In case name and date are written on the photograph afterwards, the application will be rejected.
– The name and date on the photograph must be clear and legible.
4. Candidate should not wear cap, goggles etc. Spectacles are allowed.
5. The photograph on the Application form should be unattested.
6. Application not complying with these instructions, or with unclear photograph, will be rejected.
7. Keep a few identical photographs in reserve for use at the time of Entrance Examination/Admission.
8. Any deviation or discrepancy between actual appearance at the time of examination and facial appearance in the photograph pasted on the application will make the candidate liable for rejection.

PGIMER PG 2016 Important Instructions

PGIMER PG 2016 Improtant Instructions1. The candidate should fill his/her online application form available on the PGI website i.e. http://www.pgimer.edu.in. He/She should fill all the fields/columns of the form. No fields/columns should be left blank. After filling application form the candidate should deposit the application fee through challan form (Triplicate) in any branch of SBI.
2. Candidates can go to any Branch of State Bank of India with the fee Payment Challan duly filled in and pay the prescribed Application Fee in the “Power Jyoti” PUL current account of PGIMER. The Challan form is required to be filled up in the name of Director, PGIMER, Chandigarh (Examination) in the Power Jyoti Account No. 32211613319 and those candidates who have SBI account can also pay their fee through i-collect service of SBI and I-collect Account No. is 32222954695. In that case the INB
reference No. will have to be mentioned instead of Challan No. in the application form. The fees for GENERAL/OBC/OPH candidates is Rs.1000/- and for SC/ST Rs.800/- (indicating category i.e. General or SC/ST). (The candidates should write his/her Name, Address, contact number and course name in which he/she is applying, on the back of Challan form). Fee once deposited is nonrefundable. No representation/ request/ demand for refund of application fees will be entertained if the candidate fails to apply within the stipulated time after payment of application fee.
3. Candidates must note that no other form of payment of application fees like Demand Draft, Banker Cheque, Money Order, Postal order, etc. will not be accepted under any circumstances, and any application form without a copy of the Challan will be rejected without any further correspondence with the candidates.
4. MD/MS Candidates belonging to Foreign National Category MUST write Three choices of Subjects on the printed Application form.
5. The candidate should ensure to take printout of application form after completing all details. Candidates belonging to Foreign National Category, Sponsored Category and Presently Employed candidates are required to submit their NOC from Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi, Sponsorship Certificate from Competent Authority and NOC from Employer respectively.
The Applications of above mentioned categories i.e. Foreign national and Sponsored category alongwith requisite certificates must reach the office of Registrar, PGIMER, Sector-12, Chandigarh- 160012, atleast 15 days before the commencement of the Entrance Examination.
6. The candidates who qualify the written test are required to submit the print out of online application form, a photograph and copies of certificates duly attested in support of educational qualification(s), experience, age/date of birth certificate, caste certificate, Fresh OBC certificate, challan form and NOC from the present employer, if employed at the time of counseling. Candidates should sign all the documents forming enclosure to the application, and also put the date.
7. Incomplete applications will not be considered, and no correspondence will be entertained in this matter. All particulars in the application form must be written carefully and legibly. All claims made in the application must be supported with documentary proof.
8. Candidates who have already done, or are doing, MD/MS in any subject at the time of applying, shall not be considered for admission to MD/MS courses. If it is found, during active verification at a later stage, that the candidate has given wrong information, his/her registration will be cancelled without any notice.
9. Candidates who have obtained MBBS degree from a Medical College not recognized by the Medical Council of India are not eligible to apply.
10. Candidates in employment must forward their application through proper channel. Online Application will be treated as advance copy of the application. Application through proper channel should be sent to the Registrar of the Institute within 10 days after the last date fixed for the receipt of applications.
11. No request for a change of category applied for shall be entertained after the submission of the application to the Institute.
12. The number of the vacancies where indicated are provisional and may be reduced/ increased without prior notice.
13. Roll Numbers/Admit Cards for appearing in the entrance examination will available for download to eligible candidates approximately 15 days in advance and can be downloaded from the website by logging into their accounts on the website with their respective login id and password. Roll Numbers / Admit Cards will NOT be sent by post.
14. Candidates are requested to cooperate with the security personnel and other staff who have been instructed to carry out frisking at the entry of the examination hall/ premises.
15. All the candidates appearing for the entrance test are instructed ‘NOT TO BRING’ water bottle, car key (Remote), chain, any mobile phones/pager/pen/wrist watch/ring/wallets/ladies purse/ornaments (Earrings, rings etc) or any other electronic device, even envelope of admit card to the examination hall. The candidates with these articles will not be permitted to enter in the
examination hall. The examination centres are not responsible for the safe custody of the belongings of the candidates and they have to make their own arrangement for their safe custody.
16. Entrance examination/counseling will be held as per schedule. These dates will not be changed, even if the day is declared as a holiday or half-holiday by the Chandigarh Administration. Attending the counseling/counseling is mandatory.
17. The candidates invited for the selection may have to stay at Chandigarh for 2-3 days. No TA/DA is admissible to them for the purpose.
18. The decision of the Director of the Institute in the matter of selection of candidates for the various courses shall be final.
19. Any attempt on the part of a candidate to influence the selection, directly or indirectly, will be treated as disqualification.
20. Selected candidates shall have to pay the fee etc. on the same day, failing which his/her selection will be treated as cancelled and the seat will be offered to the candidates on the waiting list in order of merit.
21. The candidates selected for the course shall have to furnish the migration certificate from the University/Institute from which they passed their last examination at the time of their joining, alongwith all other certificates in original in support of their qualification, experience, etc.
22. No individual intimation is sent to unselected candidates, and no correspondence on the subject is entertained.
23. The period of training is strictly full time and ordinarily continuous at the Institute.
24. Private practice in any form during the course is prohibited.
25. Every Junior Resident, except deputed candidates, will be provided partially furnished rent free, accommodation (single room in the hostel) subject to availability.
26. Ragging is a cognizable offence, and is banned in the Institute. Stern action shall be taken against any offenders. Any one indulging in ragging shall be punished appropriately. Punishment may include expulsion from the Institute, imprisonment upto three years and /or a fine upto Rs.25000/-.
27. These rules are subject to change in accordance with the decision of the Institute taken from time to time.
28. In case of any dispute, the same shall be settled within the jurisdiction of Chandigarh.

IMPORTANT NOTE
In case any candidate is found to have supplied false information or certificate etc., or is found to have concealed or withheld some information in the application form, he/she shall be debarred from admission. Any other action, that may be considered appropriate by the Director of the Institute, may also be taken against him/her, which may include criminal prosecution.

PGIMER PG 2016 Library and Sports

PGIMER PG 2016 Library and SportsLIBRARY
Dr. Tulsi Das Library, PGIMER, was established in 1962 primarily for meeting the requirements of faculty members and postgraduate students of different disciplines at the Institute. The Library has 44000 books and 54550 bound journals, and subscribes to 435 international and 95 national journals. At present the library has copies of 4851 theses of MD, MS, DM, M.Ch and Ph.D from different disciplines.
The library also subscribes to online databases like Science Direct, MD Consult, Wiley-Blackwell and Oxford Journals, and a total of 494 online full-text journals. The library has already implemented technologies like, wi-fi facility to access high speed internet connection, anti theft RFID gates, and CCTV system to monitor activities at different sections. The library is giving services like electronic document delivery service, scanning, inter-library loan, current awareness service, reprographic service, CD-write, internet browsing, reference service, and CD-ROM database search. Audio- visual facility is also available. The library stays open from 9 AM to 12 midnight throughout the year, with an additional extended time of two hours during examination months (i.e. April and November).

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

PGIMER PG 2016 Hostel

PGIMER PG 2016 HostelPartially furnished hostel accommodation is available within the campus of the Institute. Residents are allotted rent free accommodation. Sponsored/Deputed candidates will not be provided accommodation. These candidates will be considered for allotment of hostel room during the last semester of their studies, only on availability of a room.
Every resident who has been allotted hostel accommodation is required to pay Rs. 5000/- as security money which will be refunded at the time of vacation of room. Mess/Canteen facilities are available at the campus.

RULES AND REGULATIONS:
a) The Hostel Accommodation is allotted by the Hostel Warden of respective Hostels.
b) No change of room will be allowed before 6 months of its allotment.
c) In case of change of the room if the key of old room is not handed over within 3 days to the concerned Storekeeper, a penalty of Rs.200/- and Rs. 400/- per day for bachelor and married hostel will be charged respectively. For 1st two months & thereafter the eviction proceedings shall be initiated against the occupant of the room. Till the eviction of the occupant, the overstay charges for Bachelor Hostel and Married Doctor Hostel will be Rs. 500/- & Rs. 1000/- respectively per day till the room is got vacated.
d) The residents are required to vacate the Hostel Accommodation within 7 days of the completion of their course term failing which Rs.200/- and Rs. 400/- per day will be charged for bachelor and married hostel respectively as penal rent for unauthorized occupation of hostel accommodation. At the same time, the room will be got vacated/unseated by the Hostel Authority / Security Staff during the unauthorized stay.
e) Residents will be responsible for the furniture and other fixtures of the room. In case of damage/loss, a penalty would be imposed as assessed by the Wardens of the Hostels.
f) No electrical /civil alteration in the room is allowed.
g) Cooking in the room (except in Married Doctor’s Hostel) is not allowed.
h) Subletting of the room is not allowed. In case of subletting, the allotment of the room shall be cancelled forth with and at the same time a panel Rent of Rs.200/- and Rs.400/- per day will be charged for the Bachelor and the Married Hostel respectively from date of allotment.
i) Use of Air Conditioner/ Heaters and other electrical appliance consuming high electrical energy is not permitted in the hostel.
j) In case the loss or damage of hostel furniture/ property (i.e. bed, chair, table and curtains etc.) the recovery will be made from the hostel security money.
k) Mutual change of room will be allowed by the hostel authority.
l) The residents are responsible for the cleanliness of their own rooms.

PGIMER PG 2016 Terms and Conditions

PGIMER PG 2016 Terms and ConditionsDURATION OF COURSE AND EMOLUMENTS
The MD/MS course has a duration of three academic years. During this period, the Junior Residents are entitled to emoluments as prescribed by the Government of India. At present, this translates to a pay scale of Rs. 15600 – 39100, and a grade pay of Rs. 5400. Non-practicing allowance is also paid as per rules.

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

HOURS OF WORK
Continuous active duty for Residents shall not normally exceed 12 hours in a day, subject to exigencies of work.
Duties and responsibilities of Residents will be fixed by the Institute from time to time. Residents will be required to perform such work as may be needed in the legitimate interest of patient care in the hospital.

LEAVE
Candidates admitted to MD/MS courses will be entitled to 30 days leave during the first year, and 36 days leave each during of the second and third years. Leave for one year cannot be carried forward to the subsequent year.

MEDICAL BENEFITS
All MD/MS Residents can avail medical benefits for themselves as per the Institute rules. They are also eligible to sick room facility provided to them by the Institute.

THESIS
MD/MS
Every candidate who joins MD/MS course is required to submit a plan of thesis within one year of his/her joining the course. He/She is required to submit the final thesis after completion of 2½ years of his/her joining the course, and will be eligible to take the final MD/MS examination only after approval of thesis. Any candidate who fails to submit his/her plan of thesis within 12 months of his/her admission will not be allowed to take the final examination, and his/her session will be shifted by six months.
MD/MS Junior Residents shall be entitled to a subsidy of Rs.5000/- in lumpsum to meet expenditure on writing the thesis. Along with the application seeking such assistance, the residents shall submit a certificate from the Dean that the concerned resident has submitted the thesis.

BOOK ALLOWANCE
MD/MS
Each MD/MS student will be granted a book allowance of Rs.2000/- per annum for three years. During each academic year, all books purchased (worth Rs.2000/-) will need to be submitted, along with their cash memo duly verified by the concerned Head of the Department. These books will be embossed at three places by the concerned Department. The prescribed application for book allowance, duly forwarded by Head of the Department and accompanied by cash memo of books purchased, shall be considered by the Registrar’s Office for sanction of allowance. No claim for the reimbursement will be entertained after the completion of the course.

PGIMER PG 2016 Fees and Dues

PGIMER PG 2016 Fees and DuesThe following dues are payable to the Institute, by the candidates admitted to the MD/MS courses:

a) Registration Fee Rs. 500/-
b) Tuition Fee Rs. 250/- per annum
c) Laboratory Fee Rs. 900/- per annum
d) Amalgamated Fund Rs. 720/- per annum
e) Security Rs. 1000/- (refundable only after completion of course)
f) f) Hostel Security Rs. 5000/- (refundable) to be deposited with the Administrative Officer (Hostel) if hostel accommodation is allotted

The first installment of fees for six months is required to be paid immediately after selection. The balance is recovered in monthly installments from those receiving emoluments from the Institute. Others are required to pay their dues half yearly in advance.
1. Fees and other charges once paid shall not be refunded in any case, including that of a candidate leaving the Institute before the completion of his/her term or not joining the institute for any reason.
2. The dues must be paid by the prescribed date. For late payment, a fine @ Rs.5/- per day will be charged, upto a maximum of 15 days. After 15 days the name of the non-paying candidate shall be removed from the rolls of the institute. For re-admission, if otherwise eligible, a sum of Rs.500/- will be charged as re-registration fee in addition to the fine. Such a candidate will have to repeat the period of his/her training for which he/she remains off the rolls.
3. Security will be released only after the receipt of the “No Dues Certificate” on completion of the duration of course. No security will be released to those candidates who do not join or discontinue the course midway.

PGIMER PG 2016 Contract

PGIMER PG 2016 ContractINFORMATION REGARDING JOINING
Selected candidates must join course on the prescribed date as indicated in their admission letter. The selection of candidates who fail to join by the specified date shall automatically stand cancelled. Under exceptional circumstances, a candidate may be allowed to join late, upto a maximum of one month, on the condition that he/she will make up the deficiency caused in his/her academic term due to late joining, by forfeiting his/her leave, during the first two years of his/her admission, to which he/she will be entitled on joining the Institute, by the same number of days. For this the candidates will be required to intimate the unavailed leave to Registrar Office at the end of the first year and get the same adjusted by forfeiting the same amount of leave, before the end of the second year. However, the candidates whose absence (apart from their absence on leave admissible to them during the
period of their studies) does not exceed one month will be permitted to appear in the final MD/MS examination alongwith other eligible candidates joining the Institute during the same session. This concession will not, however, be admissible to candidates for their unauthorized absence, if any, during the period of their studies.

AGREEMENT BONDS / SURETIES / CONTRACT
The Junior Residents (MD/MS) will be on contract service for a period of three years and will be required to execute an agreement and undertaking on non-judicial stamp paper of minimum Rs. 5 value. Any candidate who joins MD/MS course and leaves the course midway, will be penalized in following manner:

Period at which resignation is tendered/accepted Penalty (Rs.)
– Within one month of joining 50,000/-
– After one month and within six months of joining 75,000/-
– After six months and within one year of joining 1,25,000/-
– After one year and within two years of joining 1,75,000/-
– After two years of joining 2,25,000/-

Two sureties, preferably from local residents, are required to be submitted at the time of admission on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs.25/-. Any candidate who fails to submit the same shall not be allowed to join the course. Sureties from Junior/Senior Residents are not acceptable. Formats for the same will be provided by the office at the time of Counseling/Counseling.

MEDICAL EXAMINATION
Medical fitness is a pre-condition for admission to the course of the Institute. Selected candidates will be medically examined by a Medical Board constituted by the Institute for the purpose.

PGIMER PG 2016 Counselling

PGIMER PG 2016 CounsellingThere will not be any clinical or practical examination. Allocation of various disciplines of MD/MS courses will be done on the basis of a personal counseling, strictly in order of merit in the respective merits lists of the theory examination. The number of candidates to be called for 1st counseling will be three times the total number of seats to be filled for each category of candidates, provided the candidates fulfill the cut-off points mentioned above. The selection will be finalized only after the counseling of the candidates. Any candidate who is absent at the time of counseling will not be considered for admission. However he/she will still be eligible to appear in the second/third/fourth counselling. Under exceptional circumstances, if any candidate reports for counseling after his/her turn, he/she will be considered for admission only in the disciplines available at that time.
Unfilled seats of MD/MS courses will be offered to all the candidates category wise as per their merit obtained in the entrance examination. Any candidate who does not get the subject of his/her choice in the 1st, 2nd or 3rd counseling can also attend the 2nd, 3rd & 4th counseling to get the subject of his/her choice. No penalty will be charged from the candidate who gets selected in another subject after surrendering from the subject in which he/she joined in the 1st, 2nd or 3rd counseling.

NOTE:
No TA/DA shall be paid to candidates for attending any Counseling. No separate communication will issued for second and third Counseling sessions. If any candidate surrenders the seat obtained in first/second counseling, he/she will not be entitled to any
claim regarding salary or leave for that period of training.

Admission to all courses will close on 31ST January, 2016