PhD 2020 at PGIMER: Admit card Released, Download NOW
Chandigarh: The Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research Chandigarh (PGIMER) has released the admit card of entrance test for admission to PhD January 2020 session.
Candidates, who are set to appear for PhD 2020 entrance test for admission into PGIMER can download the admit card from the link given below:
Tentative schedule of related activities is given below:
|Computer based entrance test (CBT)||10.12.2019 at 09.00 A.M.|
|Expected date of declaration of result||16.12.2019 at 03.00 P.M.|
|Application processing fee (excluding transaction charges, if any). Fee once deposited will not be refunded at any cost.||SC/ST- Rs. 1200/-|
Others- Rs. 1500/-
PwBD category is exempted.
|Mode of payment||Through Debit/Credit Card/Net|
SUMMARY OF EXAMINATION PATTERN
|01||Mode of Examination||Computer Based Test(CBT) [Online]|
|02||Duration of Examination||90 Minutes Part I & II|
|03||Date of Examination||10th December, 2019|
|04||Number of Shifts||01(One)|
|05||Timing of Examination||09:00 AM to 10:30 AM (90 Minutes)|
|06||Location of Examination Centres||Chandigarh(Tri City)|
|07||Language of Paper||English|
|08||Type of Examination||Objective Type(MCQ)|
|09||Type of Objective Questions||Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs)|
|10||Distribution of Questions||Aptitude Tests Covering General Science, English, Biostatistics and Research Methodology = 30 MarksSpecialty theory Test( multiple choice questions for the respective theory) = 50 Marks|
Medical MBBS level or;
Non Medical Sciences or;
Social & Behavioral Sciences
|11||Marking Scheme||Correct Answer: One Marks(+): 1Incorrect Answer: Minus one-fourth(-): 1/4|
Unanswered/Marked for Review: 0
|12||Method of Cut-Off||At least General/OBC/Spon/FN category: 40 marks and SC/ST category: 36 marks for eligible.|
|13||Method of resolving ties||Read concerned section|
FEES AND DUES
The following dues are payable to the Institute, by the candidates admitted to the various courses mentioned above:
a) Registration fee : Rs. 500/-
b) Tuition fee : Rs. 350/- per annum
c) Laboratory fee : Rs. 900/ per annum
d) Security : Rs. 1000 for recovery of breakages or loss of equipments, balance if any is refundable on completion of course.
e) Amalgamated fund : Rs. 60/- p.m.
f) Security for hostel accommodation: Rs. 600 (refundable) to be deposited with Hostel (if allotted) manager.
NOTE: ANY OTHER FEE/DUES THAT MAY BE PRESCRIBED BY THE INSTITUTE FOR THE PURPOSE FROM TIME TO TIME
The first installment of fees for 6 months is required to be paid immediately after selection and the balance is recovered in monthly installments from those receiving emoluments from the Institute. Others are required to pay the 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 the term or not joining the institute for any reason. No correspondence in this connection shall be entertained. The claim for the refund of security must be submitted within 3 years of the date of completion of studies by the candidate concerned failing which the amount will be forfeited to the institute.
2. a) The dues must be paid by the prescribed date.
b) For late payment, a fine @ Rs.5/- per day is charged up to a maximum of 15 days.
c) After 15 days the name of the candidate who does not pay the dues is 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.
Selected candidates must join their respective courses on the prescribed date, as indicated in their admission letters. The selection of those who fails to join by the specified date shall automatically stand cancelled. Under exceptional circumstances, a candidate may be allowed to join late by one month i.e. up to 31st for January session and 31st July for July session every year. The admission for January session closes on 31st January and for the July Session on 31st July each year.
PGIMER Chandigarh was conceived in 1960 as a center of excellence which would endeavour to develop patterns of teaching in postgraduate medical education in as many branches as possible and attempt to produce specialists in several disciplines of medicine. It was also envisaged that these specialists would spread out in the country in various medical colleges and medical institutions and impart medical education of highest standard to the students and set up nucleus of excellence in their own institutions. The PGIMER was also given the responsibility to broaden the horizons of medical knowledge by intensive research in the field of health.
For more details, keep visiting the original website of PGIMER which is given below: