Super Specialty theory Exams 2019: KNRUHS issues notice
The Notification is issued for registration of candidates to appear Super Specialty theory Examinations commence from 17.12.2019.
ELIGIBILITY TO APPEAR FOR SUPER SPECIALITY EXAMINATION:
1. The Super Speciality students who have been admitted into the Medical colleges affiliated to KNRUHS in Telangana State, whose admissions are approved by the KNRUHS during the academic year 2016-17 are eligible to appear examinations in the month of December,2019.
2. The eligibility to appear for the examination only after completion of three years of study period (duration of course) as per Medical Council of India Regulations and 80 % attendance academic year wise.
3. Further the students failed, detained and not registered for the Super Speciality examination, who were admitted by the KNRUHS for the academic year 2016-17 batch are eligible to appear for the exam.
4. The study period of those candidates who availed maternity leave will be extended to the extent of maternity leave availed.
5. The study period duration of course of the candidates is extendable in cases of availed of Medical Leave / Maternity Leave / Any Other Leave / Absence beyond 30 days in each year.
6. Cutoff date for calculation of percentage of attendance is 30.11.2019.
A) UPLOAD OF ATTENDANCE:
I. The uploading of Attendance percentage till the cutoff date i.e., 30.11.2019 of the candidates from 01.12.2019 to 03.12.2019 positively.
II. The reconfirmation date for Attendance of your college shall be on 04.12.2019.
SUBMISSION OF CANDIDATES DATA THROUGH DIGITAL MODE:
The Candidates data to appear for University examinations shall be submitted through digital mode only. For any Technical help Contact Phone No: 9490823776.
➢ As per Medical Council of India Regulations (Amended up to June, 2017) the following sub – clause is added after clause 13.8(c) in terms of Gazette Notification dated. 09.12.2009 and the same is as under.
➢ A postgraduate student of a postgraduate degree course in broad
specialties/Super Specialties would be required to present one poster presentation, to read one paper at a national/state conference and to present one research paper which should be published/accepted for publication/sent for publication during the period of his postgraduate studies so as to make him eligible to appear at the postgraduate degree examinations."
➢ DIGITAL VALUATION AND PROVIDING ONLY SINGLE ANSWER BOOKLET WITHOUT ADDITIONAL ANSWER BOOKLET
➢ The University is a Digital campus and implementing digital valuation for all courses. For Super Speciality Course a single answer booklet with 64 writable pages with candidate specific bar code on each page will be issued to the candidates appearing for examinations and no additional answer book will be issued to the candidates. The candidates should answer all the questions in the single answer booklet of 64 writable pages only.
➢ Further it is to inform you that the Digital (ONLINE) Valuation will be done by Four examiners as per the orders of the Hon’ble High Court of Telangana State. Hence, the same may be circulated to the students and staff and also display the same on the notice boards of colleges & hospitals concerned. The average of four valuations will be taken for finalizing the results.
➢ It is also informed that as per Medical Council of India Lr.No.MCI – 23(1)/2014/Med./157716, Dt: 11.04.2015 has informed as follows:
➢ The Academic Committee noted that the students are required to pass theory and practical examinations separately in terms of the governing provisions pertaining to the scheme of examination in the PG Regulations and recommended that an examinee should obtain minimum 40% marks in each theory paper and not less than 50% marks cumulatively in all the four papers for Degree examinations to be cleared “ passed’’ at the said degree examination as the case may be. Upon approval from the competent authorities of the Council the same may be notified for the information of all concerned.” Hence, in view of the above, MCI Regulations the minimum pass marks in theory is as follows:
a) 40% marks in each paper separately i.e., 40/100 (Forty out of Hundred) and 50% marks cumulatively in all the four papers for Degree exam (Super Speciality) 200/400. (Two hundred out of four hundred)
The above change in minimum pass marks in theory of P.G. Degree
examinations in each paper & cumulatively shall be informed to the students and staff concerned through circular and college notice boards and further they should be informed that it is already implemented from the Super Speciality examinations held from July, 2019 onwards. The above information may be circulated to all the students and staff concerned, immediately.
Payment of Examination fee: Rs. 8,000/-
Memorandum of Marks - Rs. 300/- Total Rs. 9050/-
Provisional Certificate - Rs. 400/-
Processing Fee - Rs. 350/-
Note: Processing fee for the students appearing for the first time only (No processing fee for Supplementary students)
I. Last Date Without Fine From 05.12.2019 to 08.12.2019.
II. Last Date With a Fine of Rs. 200/- on 09.12.2019
III. Last Date With a Fine of Rs. 300/- on 10.12.2019.
|1||17.12.2019||Tuesday||Basic Sciences||I||10.00 AM to 1.00 PM|
|2||19.12.2019||Thursday||Clinical Applications -I||II||10.00 AM to 1.00 PM|
|3||21.12.2019||Saturday||Clinical Applications -II||III||10.00 AM to 1.00 PM|
|4||23.12.2019||Monday||Recent Advances||IV||10.00 AM to 1.00 PM|
The practical/ Clinical and Viva Examinations commences from 30.12.2019 on wards and the detailed time – table of practical examinations will be sent in due course.
Further you are requested to submit a requisition letter for sanction of Advance amount (Prescribed Proforma) for conduct of Examinations as per the University norms. Without receiving requisition, advance amount will not be sanctioned for conduct of examinations. The amount shall be spent as per the instructions issued in that regard to payment of remunerations.
The above instructions should be followed scrupulously.
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