West Bengal: West Bengal University of Health Sciences (WBUHS) has invited applications for Diploma in Family Medicine Course.
The candidates, who are intending to pursue this course can now apply at the official website of West Bengal University of Health Sciences.
The information to this effect was recently confirmed via a recent notice uploaded on the site of WBUHS. The details of the notice are mentioned below:
“This is to inform intending candidates for Diploma in Family Medicine course (2018 – 2019) that fresh application forms will be available only from www.wbuhsexams.in which will have to be filled and uploaded as instructed in the form and the hard copies will be submitted to the University along with the demand draft of Rs. 3000/- (Rs. Three thousand only) drawn in favour of “The West Bengal University of Health Sciences” payable at Kolkata.
The dates of the different phases of the admission process are written hereunder, which are to be followed strictly by the candidates.
|Forms to be submitted Online in www.wbuhsexams.in||Between 22.01.2019 to 28.01.2019|
|Last date of Submission of print-copy of forms at W.B. University of Health Sciences (except Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays)||29.01.2019 ( 11.30 A.M to 4 P.M) ( Except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays )|
|Print-copies will not be received in the office of the WBUHS in person after 29.01.2019.
However, print-copies sent by Speed Post will be received up to 30.01.2019 provided the enclosed
“Bankers Cheque/Demand Draft” is purchased on or before 28.01.2019.
|Admit cards of candidates appearing at Interview to be downloaded on and from||02.02.2019|
|Proposed date and time of Interview||04.02.2019 at the University premises.,
Verification of documents – From 11 AM onwards and interview/viva voce will start from 12.00 Noon
|Declaration of results||On or before 09.02.2019|
|Counseling & Admission||To be notified later on|
|Session to start from||To be notified later on|
For more details, candidates are requested to keep visiting the original website of WBUHS is mentioned below.