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MUHS releases schedule for UG, PG Summer Exams 2019, Phase II Theory, Check out details


MUHS releases schedule for UG, PG Summer Exams 2019, Phase II Theory, Check out details

Maharashtra: Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) has released the schedule for Post-Graduate MD/MS Summer – 2019 (Phase-I ) and Under-Graduate & Post-Graduate University Summer – 2019 (Phase-II) Theory Examinations that are scheduled w.e.f 02/05/2019 & 11/06/2019 respectively. Detailed Programme of the said examinations is published on the University website (www.muhs.ac.in).

The Dean/Principal/Directors of the respective colleges falling under have been requested to download the Programme of Examinations and give wide publicity to it by displaying at all College Notice Boards.

Examinations forms have to be directly submitted to the university added the notice

PROGRAMME OF EXAMINATIONS:

1) Theory Time-Table and Subject-Codes: The University shall conduct Theory Examinations of all UG & PG Courses in Summer – 2019 as per Time Table and subject codes published in the MUHS Circular No.96/2019 dated 08/01/2019, Circular No. 08/2019 dated 04/02/2019.

2) Syllabus and Scheme of Examinations: Syllabus and Scheme of Examinations is applicable as published on the University website or as notified by the University from time-to-time. Students must be apprised about the applicability of Syllabus and Scheme of Examinations by the College.

3) Examination Centres: “List of Theory Examination Centres” will be displayed tentatively by 28/04/2019. The University reserves its discretion to allot a Theory centre anywhere in the State of Maharashtra. Under no circumstances, the Theory Centre once allotted will be changed.

4) Admit Card/Hall Ticket: Admit Card/Hall Ticket and Student Name list College-wise will be uploaded on the University website preferably 07 days prior to the commencement of the Theory Examinations. Candidate must not mutilate the Admit card/Hall Ticket or change any entry made therein.

5) Declaration of results: The University shall declare the results of examinations as per provisions made in Ordinance 1/2014 and MUHS Act, 1998.

6) Schedule for submission of Examination form (A) For Phase I (PG Medical) And (B) For Phase II all Other Remaining.

Conventional University-wise Zone for Submission of Examination Forms  

Date for submission of Examination forms for all Courses (Phase I & II)

For all UG & PG including DM/M.Ch. Course
 

Phase I : (PG Medical Only)

 

Phase II : (All Other Reaming Courses)

 

Last date for submission of Exam Form (without late fee)

 

Mumbai, Aurangabad and Nanded University Zone

 

At College

 

05/03/2019

 

12/03/2019

 

At University

 

07/03/2019

 

16/03/2019

 

Pune, Kolhapur and Solapur University Zone

 

At College

 

05/03/2019

 

12/03/2019

 

At University

 

07/03/2019

 

18/03/2019

 

Nagpur, Amravati, North Maharashtra University Zone

 

At College

 

05/03/2019

 

12/03/2019

 

At University

 

08/03/2019

 

20/03/2019

Last date for Submission of Exam Form (with late fee) For all Colleges  

At College

 

12/03/2019

 

22/03/2019

 

At University

 

14/03/2019

 

27/03/2019

Last date for Submission of Exam Form (with additional late fee) For all Colleges  

At College

 

18/03/2019

 

28/03/2019

 

At University

 

20/03/2019

 

05/04/2019

NOTE: Colleges are required to strictly follow above Schedule for submission of Examination forms. Examinations forms of respective Region/Zone will be strictly accepted on the stipulated dates. If any College reports prior to the stipulated date, their examination forms will be accepted by the University after acceptance of all Examination forms of respective Zone/ Region Colleges. Examination forms submitted after due date will attract late fee charges.

 

 

INSTRUCTION FOR FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF EXAMINATION FORMS:a. A specimen of examination form is attached herewith (Appendix – “J”) for ready reference. The form can be downloaded and submitted to the University with a form fee of Rs. 20/- per student. The college should make requisite photocopies of the form (Appendix “I”) and submit it to the University. The colleges need not collect the examination forms from the University.b. Examination fee have been revised by the University & is published vide Notification No. 93/2018 dated
21/07/2018. The colleges are requested to collect examination fee accordingly.c. The College/department should accept the examination forms from the eligible candidates only & submit to the University along with demand draft as per above-mentioned schedule.d. Examination Forms of candidates submitted by the college to the University must accompany fees in the form of a Demand Draft of any Nationalized Bank drawn in favour of the “The Registrar, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences” payable at Nashik. The amount of demand draft will be the total of the fees paid by all the students, whose application forms are being submitted. Examination forms without demand draft will not be accepted. No cash will be accepted in any case. However, the College can requisite examination fees through RTGS also and submit require details while submission examinations form.e. All examination forms with demand draft shall be sent through a college representative, who is looking after the work of examination forms. Examination forms should not be sent by post. Examination forms sent by post shall be rejected by the University and any loss (academic/financial) caused to the students shall rest with the respective Colleges.f. Candidate(s) personally should not be sent to the University for Submission of examination forms.g. It will be the sole responsibility of the concerned Dean/Principal/Director to verify and certify the attendance of the students, grant of the term, eligibility, number of attempts and the admission date. The examination forms of the students who do not fulfil the requisite conditions should not be sent to the University.h. The College shall print their own fee receipt book in triplicate. Original receipt will be given to the candidate, the second copy will be attached to the examination form and the college will retain the third copy.i. The specimen of the examination form should be displayed on all College Notice Boards.j. Please fill up the examination forms in the Lecture Hall under the instructions of the Senior Teacher, so that the
forms are filled in a proper manner.k. It should be noted that submission of Audited Statement of Account of Theory & Practical advances have given for the previous examination are submitted by the respective Centres to the University by 28/02/2019. The examination forms of those colleges that have not submitted the audited statement of account of the expenditure of previous examinations will not be accepted.l. The revenue stamp fee is to be charged to the applicants.m. Before sending the examination forms to the University, the College should arrange the forms of fresh & repeater candidates separately in alphabetical order (by surnames first) and attach a list of applicants with particulars of fees paid by them, in duplicate.Specimen copy of Covering letter of the College along with Annexure I, II, III & IV is attached herewith
as per Appendix ‘B’n. Candidates seeking admission to examination are required:
 To go through the information carefully and acquaint themselves with all requirements.
 To satisfy all eligibility criteria prescribed by the University so as to appear for the examination.
 To submit an application to the college in the prescribed examination form with necessary enclosures. This should be completed in all respects.
 To avoid overwriting, cutting, erasing etc. on the form. The incomplete form shall be rejected and should be avoided;
any error arising on this account shall be the responsibility of the candidate.
 To affix firmly two recent high contrast photographs of size 35mm x 45mm; preferably coloured Photographs (taken after 01/03/2019) with gum/fevistik (Not to be pinned or stapled) within the space provided for it.It should be duly attested by the Head of the Institution where the candidate is studying. The Photographs of the candidate should be attested in such a way that a part of the signature is on the photograph and another part on the application form. Attestation should be done on the bottom part of the photograph so that the photograph is not defaced.O. Request for change or correction of any information, once given in the application, will not be entertained under any circumstances.

ELIGIBILITY FOR COLLEGIATE CANDIDATE:a. Strictly as per Examination Circular No. 06/2019 dated 29/01/2019 (Cut-off dates for Grant of Academic
term for the year 2018-19), Notification No. 32/2003 (Permissible attempts for MBBS Course), Notification No.
49/2017 (Permissible Attempts for BAMS & BUMS Course), Notification No. 16/2017 (Permissible attempts for
Homoeopathic Courses), Notification No. 39/2015 & Letter No. MUHS/X-6.2/567/2016 dated 21/01/2016 (Permissible attempts for Nursing Courses), Notification No. 15/2016 (Permissible Attempts for BPO & BASLP Course), shall be assessed. The Deans/Principals are requested to bring these notifications/ Circulars to the notice of students and all concerned and certify their eligibility accordingly. No deviation from these notifications is permitted.b. For BDS Course Students only: Examination Notification No. 13/2015 dated 16/04/2015, Circular No. 32/2017 dated 17/04/2017 & Circular No. 46/2017 dated 05/05/2017 (Permissible attempts for BDS Courses). It is the responsibility of the Dean/Principal of the College to meticulously scrutinise the Examination Form and ensure that the examination form of the eligible student is only forwarded to the University along with prescribed Undertaking.c) A collegiate candidate, desirous of taking a University examination, shall prosecute a regular course of study in one or more Colleges / Departments / Recognized Institutions affiliated to the University for the course leading to the examination for which he/she applies for not less than the period prescribed in the concerned Direction or Ordinance i.e. Ordinance 01/2014 and Circular dated 02/05/2013 (Attendance criteria to be observed during issuance of Hall Ticket).

Explanation: ‘Prosecution of a regular course of study’ means attendance at not less than 75% of the lectures delivered in each subject of the course of instruction and 80% in practical work for the examination during the total academic period. Attendance in both cases shall be calculated till such date before the commencement of the written examination or up to the end of the academic term, whichever is later.d) It will be the sole responsibility of the concerned Director/Dean/Principal to verify and certify the attendance of the applicants and the admission date. The examination forms of the applicants who do not fulfil the required conditions as mentioned above should not be sent to the University. Grant of Term will be certified by Director/Dean/Principal as per Ordinance 01/2014 & as per Academic Calendar published by the University.e) A candidate who is unable to present himself for an examination or a part thereof shall not be entitled to any refund of his/her fees. However, an applicant who is found ineligible for an examination shall be entitled to refund of ¾th of the net examination fee paid.f) If a candidate suppresses some vital information or gives false information to appear at an examination for which he/she is not eligible or entitled, the total amount of fee paid by him/her shall be forfeited. He/she may be debarred for one term from appearing in further examination and/or fine of Rs.500/- will be imposed. However, in case of subsequent indulgence of similar nature, the period of debarment may be extended up to three terms.g)

Note: All Undergraduate courses (i.e Medical, Dental, Ayurved, Unani, Homoeopathy & Allied Sciences) students shall be entitled for ATKT facility as per University rules & accordingly, the respective College shall submit examination forms as per ATKT rules prescribed by the University time-to-time. The Deans/Principals will bring this fact to the notice of the concerned student and ensure that the examination forms of only eligible students are submitted to the University.

for more details click on the link mention below

:https://www.muhs.ac.in/showpdf1.aspx?src1=Lc8UKFDy5jv3nmWRxP%2bIhwhj91aeFQjoVQznld4vPauqc8EQwSinwpSKsk%2b5ArTlUd32hcscVbdj5qgqh85j9nAeXooL6DPCG2BOTTBRYQQ%3d



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