MUHS releases Centres, blockwise arrangement for PET 2019-20
Nashik: The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) has released the Centrewise and blockwise arrangement for PET 2019-20 -- PhD Entrance Test 2019-20 in the concerned subject of research under the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry, Ayurved & Unani, Homeopathy, Allied Health Sciences (Nursing, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy) and Interdisciplinary / Interpathy subjects.
The test is scheduled for 1st March 2020 except for Molecular Biology and Genetics, Preventive Cardiology (Interdisciplinary) and Yoga.
Pattern and Syllabus for the Entrance Test (PET-2019-20): - Pattern of Examination
|General Aptitude (25 MCQ each of 02 marks) &|
Research Methodology (25 MCQ each of 02 marks) Total 50 MCQ of 02 marks each.(This paper is compulsory and common for all the
|Subject Knowledge Test (50 MCQ each of 2 marks)|
(subject applied by the candidate)
I. Entrance Test shall be conducted in offline mode only.
II. The Entrance Test will consist of two question papers each of 60 minutes of duration.
III. The Syllabus of Paper- II shall be based on Post Graduate Specialization in Health Science of concerned subject applied by the candidate.
IV. There will be no negative marking for wrong answers.
VI. All questions are compulsory.
VII. Re-valuation and Photocopy facility for PET is not available and request for the same will not be accepted.
VIII. There will be no grace marks for Entrance Test. Language of the entrance examination shall be English only.
Exemption from PET Examination: -
The candidates who has qualified AYUSH NET Examination in a relevant subject will be exempted from Entrance Examination. However, the candidate who is exempted from Online Entrance Exam is also instructed to fill the Online application form and submit it with all required documents to the University.
Preparation of Merit List: -
Merit list shall be prepared of those candidates appearing for Entrance Test (PET 2019-20). The said merit list shall be used for the process of provisional admission. The Entrance test shall be qualifying test with 50% qualifying marks for Open category candidates and 45% qualifying marks for Reserved Category candidates in both the papers. The Open category candidates and Reserved Category candidates need to score minimum 50% and 45% marks respectively in both papers in combined (i.e. Paper-I and II) to qualify for preparation of merit list.
In case of equal marks in Entrance Test the following procedure shall be adopted for deciding the merit.
First level: -
The candidate with more aggregate marks (converted into percentage up to 2 decimal points) at post-graduation.
Second Level: -
The candidate with more aggregate marks (converted into percentage up to 2 decimal points) at graduation.
Third Level: -
If the tie still persists then an older candidate will be preferred over the younger candidate.
For more updates students are requested to visit the official website of MUHS given below.