DU Super-specialty Entrance Test (SET) for DM, M.CH Courses



Super-specialty Entrance Test

Important dates

Sale of bulletin of information: 01st March, 2011, Tuesday

Last date for receipt of request for supply of bulletin of information by post: 04th April, 2011, Monday

Last date of sale of bulletin of information by hand: 18th April, 2011, Monday

Last date for receipt of application in the faculty office: 18th April, 2011, Monday

Issue of duplicate admission tickets for SET: 02nd-03rd June, 2011, Thursday/ Friday

Super-Speciality DM entrance test (SET): 04th June, 2011, Saturday

Super-Speciality M.Ch entrance test (SET): 04th-05th June, 2011, Saturday/Sunday

Declaration of result of SET (Tentative): 2nd-3rd week of June (Visit Website www.du.ac.in, www.fmsc.ac.in)

Date of counseling/admission in Super-Speciality (D.M./M.Ch) courses: 09th July, 2011, Saturday, 09.00 a.m.

Medical examination as per dates specified by the institution/college concerned

Last date of joining the allotted college and course for candidate from the first counseling: 30th July, 2011, Saturday

Commencement of session: 01st August, 2011, Monday

Second counseling, if required for all waitlisted candidates: 29th September, 2011, Thursday, 10.00 a.m. onwards

Last date for close of admissions: 30th September, 2011, Friday

The candidate may obtain bulletin of information and application form (only against a demand draft/banker’s cheque) from the office of the deputy registrar (medical), Faculty of Medical
Sciences, 6th Floor, VP Chest Institute Building, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 in the following manner

By hand for 2000/- (Rs two thousand only) between 09.30 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. on all working days from 01st March, 2011 up to 18th April, 2011

By post for Rs 2050/- (Rs two thousand and fifty only) by sending a self addressed envelop of 10” x 8”

The last date of receipt of request for supply of bulletin of information by post is: 04th April, 2011

All payments to the University should be made by a crossed MICR bank draft/banker’s cheque drawn on any nationalized bank in favour of the Registrar, University of Delhi payable at
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The candidate should mention his/her name, address and telephone number at the back of the Bank draft/banker’s cheque. The candidate is advised to retain a photocopy of the bank draft/ Banker’s Cheque

The candidates, before filling in the form, should satisfy themselves regarding their eligibility for admission to the course. The candidates are required to go through the bulletin of information carefully and acquaint themselves with all requirements

The candidate should seek the information with regard to the payment of salary, hostel and other facilities from the concerned college/hospital/institution

The medium of teaching and examination for all the courses shall be in English

The candidature for the SET is strictly provisional and merely the appearance at the entrance test will not entitle the candidate for admission, which will be subject to the candidate’s fulfilling all the requirements for admission

Those candidates who are not eligible, would apply at their own risk and would not be entitled for admission if ineligibility of a candidate is detected at any stage before or after the entrance test/ declaration of result/admission, their candidature/admission will be cancelled without any notice

The candidate shall fill-in the application form neatly and legibly in his/ her own handwriting in block letters with blue/black ink within the prescribed space

In case a candidate does not receive his/her admission ticket, if otherwise eligible, he/she may contact the office of the Deputy Registrar (Medical), Faculty of Medical Sciences, 6th Floor, VP Chest Institute Building, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 in person along with a copy of attested photograph and the proof of sending the application between 02nd-03rd June, 2011 for issue of duplicate admission ticket

The candidate who is already pursuing any course as on 30th June, 2011 will not be eligible for admission

The candidates, who were admitted in a Super-Speciality (DM/M.Ch) course during the year 2008, 2009 and/or 2010 and left the course in between, shall not be eligible for admission during the year 2011

Objection to the candidature of any candidate should be filed with the Deputy Registrar, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 latest by 02nd June, 2011

In case of any dispute, the decision of the post graduate admission committee shall be final, however, an appeal may lie to the Vice-Chancellor, University of Delhi against such decision

Application forms, which are incomplete in any respect, will be rejected. Further, no alteration will be allowed to be made in the application form after it has been submitted to the Faculty Office

The candidate is required to fill the admission ticket attached with the application form and return the same along with the application form

The candidates who are in service should submit their application form through their respective employer. Such candidate may, however, send an advance copy of the application complete in all respects so as to reach the office of the Deputy Registrar, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 on or before the stipulated date. The candidates must ensure that their application, routed through proper channel, are also received in the office of the Deputy Registrar, Faculty of Medical Sciences before 02nd June, 2011, failing which their candidature will not be considered

After declaration of result of Super-Speciality Entrance Test (SET), a candidate who is in service and is likely to get admission, should initiate the process of obtaining study leave/getting relieved so that he/she is able to join the course concerned by the stipulated date

No candidate shall be allowed to join a course unless he/she has been relieved/ sanctioned study leave from his/her employer

The candidates may apply for rechecking of their answer sheets within seven days from the date of declaration of SET result on payment of Rs 300/- on the prescribed form available at office of the Faculty of Medical Sciences. If there is any change in the result after re-checking, the candidate concerned will be informed accordingly

The candidates shall not be informed individually regarding their position in the merit list. No TA/DA will be admissible for appearing in the entrance test/counseling and/or joining the course

The selected candidates will be required to undergo medical examination by a duly constituted medical board at the assigned institution, at their own cost, on the specified date. A candidate shall not be allowed to join the course, if he/she is found medically unfit for the course

If any candidate, after receiving admission letter, does not report for medical examination and/or does not join the course on the specified dates, his/her admission shall be cancelled, fee forfeited and the bond will be enforced. The candidate who were not allowed to join the course being medically unfit, will be exempted and their fee etc will be returned. It is mandatory for a candidate admitted to any course to get himself/herself registered with the Delhi Medical Council within one month of joining the course, failing which his/her admission shall be cancelled

The post graduate admission committee reserves the right not to admit any candidate in a courses

Super-Speciality (DM/M.Ch) Courses: The Faculty of Medical Sciences offers eight (08) Super-Speciality courses as per details mentioned below

DM (Cardiology) G.B. Pant Hospital 05; DM (Neurology) G.B. Pant Hospital 06; DM (Neurology) Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences 03; DM (Medical Gastroenterology) G.B. Pant Hospital 03; DM (Pulmonary Medicine) VPCI 02; M.Ch (Cardio Vascular and Thoracic Surgery) G.B. Pant Hospital 04; M.Ch (Surgical Gastroenterology) G.B. Pant Hospital 03; M.Ch (Neuro Surgery) G.B. Pant Hospital 06; M.Ch (Paediatric Surgery) Maulana Azad Medical College 04; M.Ch (Paediatric Surgery); Lady Hardinge Medical College 02

Duration of courses: The duration of Super-Speciality courses shall be three completed years including the period of examination

Requirements for admission to Super-Speciality (DM/M.Ch) Courses: The candidate must have passed final MBBS examination and must have completed satisfactorily one year compulsory rotating internship

The candidate must have full registration with the Delhi Medical Council/State Medical Council/Medical Council of India

The candidate must have passed the Post-Graduate (MD/MS) examination, on or before 31st May, 2011 of the University of Delhi or any other examination recognized equivalent thereto by the University of Delhi and Medical Council of India

A candidate in order to become eligible for admission must obtain 400 marks out of 800, i.e. 50% marks in the SET. Only the result of those who secure 50% marks or above will be declared

The candidate should be medically fit to pursue the allocated course on medical examination

Procedure for submission of application form for admission: Candidate, who wishes to apply for more than one course/discipline, should apply on separate application forms for each of the courses. For each additional course the candidate shall pay an additional amount of Rs 500/- and comply with requirements

The application complete in all respects must also be accompanied by attested copies of the under-mentioned certificates as per requirement of the course applied; high school/higher secondary certificate for verification of date of birth; MBBS degree; detailed marks certificate of qualifying examinations (I, II and final professional examination of MBBS); the compulsory rotating internship certificate; registration certificate from Delhi Medical Council/State Medical Council/ Medical Council of India; MD/MS degree/DNB certificate; MD/MS/DNB examination attempt certificate; proof of writing thesis in case of candidate has passed DNB course; employer’s certificate, if employed (as given in the application form)

No original certificate should be attached with the application form

The candidate, who has not passed qualifying examination (MD/MS/DNB) at the time of submitting the application and is likely to pass the qualifying examination on or before 31st May, 2011, must submit the attested copies of the certificates latest by 31st May, 2011, failing which their candidature will not be considered

The candidate who is in service should submit his/her application form through his/her employer

Procedure for Super-Speciality Entrance Test (SET): The SET shall be held on 04th-05th June, 2011, Saturday/Sunday

The Examination centre for the SET would be informed to the candidate at the time of issue of admission ticket

Declaration of result of SET: Result of eligible candidates shall be notified on the notice board of the Faculty office as well as on the website, i.e. www.du.ac.in and www.fmsc.ac.in by 2nd-3rd week of June, 2011

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