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PROSPECTUS

For Admission

To

MBBS and BDS Courses

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences

Faridkot 151 203

www.bfuhs.ac.in

Tel No's: 01639-256232, 256236

Fax No.: 01639-256234

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IMPORTANT DATES

1.

Availability of Prospectus (Online)

15th June, 2013

 

 

 

 

Last date for deposition of fee of Rs. 4000/-(2000/- for SC/ST) and

 

2.

submission of online application form through University website i.e.

10th July, 2013

 

www.bfushs.ac.in

 

 

 

 

3.

Last date for submission of Printout of online application form alongwith self

16th July, 2013

 

attested photocopies of all required documents.

 

 

Last date for submission of Printout of online application form with fee Rs.

 

4.

6000/- (4000/- for SC/ST) alongwith self attested photocopies of all required

22nd July, 2013

 

documents. (late fee is Rs. 2000/- in the form of DD in favour of Registrar,

 

 

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot payable at Faridkot)

 

 

Fee Rs. 500/- (in the form of DD in favour of Registrar, Baba Farid University

 

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of Health Sciences, Faridkot payable at Faridkot) for correction after locking

22nd July, 2013

 

the online application form.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Will be separately intimated

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Dates of counseling

by the University at its

 

 

website www.bfuhs.ac.in etc.

 

 

 

PLEASE NOTE – Read carefully

1.Please visit our website www.bfuhs.ac.in for all regular and updated information concerning admission to MBBS/BDS courses Session - 2013 and Date's of counselling, from time to time.

2.Applications received after the due date and time for any reason including postal delays will be rejected. The University will not be responsible for any delay or loss in transit caused by Postal Dept./Courier Services or anyone else.

3.Merely deposition of online admission form and fee will not entitle the candidate for admission. The required Printout of Application form should also be submitted in the University by the stipulated date and Time, failing which the Application form will be rejected and no claim of the candidate will be considered. Fee once deposited will not be refunded / adjusted in any case.

4.Fee should be deposited directly in the University account through any branch of the Oriental Bank of Commerce by using Specified Bank Challan Form which is incorporated in the Prospectus, available at University website i.e. www.bfuhs.ac.in. Fee shall not be accepted in any other mode.

6.This Prospectus contains two parts:-

Part- I Pertains to the general procedure for applying to admission application form, deposition of online fee, important instructions, etc.

Part-II Contains Punjab Govt. Notification for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses, proformas for different categories, resident proformas, self undertaking, tentative no of colleges and seats, etc.

7Notwithstanding the submission of Admission application form, only eligible candidates, as per Government notification/s, shall be considered for admissions.

8In case of any discrepancy or contradiction between the Government notification/s and the University instructions contained in the prospectus, the letter and the spirit of the notification/s shall be prevailing, however in academic matters the University shall be the final authority.

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I M P O R T A N T

PLEASE READ IN DETAIL

1.All necessary information regarding allocation of merit (Based on NEET – UG 2013) and seeking admission to MBBS and BDS courses in the various Medical and Dental colleges of Punjab affiliated to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot and all applicable rules and regulations, etc., are contained in this PROSPECTUS.

2.This Prospectus contains two parts:

Part- I Pertains to the general procedure for applying to admission application form, deposition of online fee, important instructions, etc.

Part-II Contains Punjab Govt. Notification for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses, proformas for different categories, resident proformas, self undertaking, tentative no of colleges and seats, etc.

3.Candidates are advised to read both Part-I and Part-II of the prospectus carefully before filling and submitting the ADMISSION APPLICATION FORM.

4.This Prospectus is subject to alteration(s) or modification(s) at any time without notice. For updates please refer to University website i.e. www.bfuhs.ac.in from time to time.

5.An error in filling of Online Admission APPLICATION FORM may result in rejection of such an Application Form. Corrections in the information given by the candidate in the Online APPLICATION FORM is not be permitted after submission of Printout of Admission application Form therefore applicants are advised to take care while they filled columns of admission application form such as category code, date of birth etc.

However, if candidate wants to change any data, he/she will have to give written request for the same by last date of submission of form i.e. 22th July, 2013.

6.Candidates are advised to keep photocopies of the Printout of online Admission APPLICATION FORM and the proof of having submitted the Printout of online Admission Application Form to the University.

7.Candidates are advised to submit Printout of online Admission Application Form by hand in the University office particularly, when 5 days are left to submit printout of online admission application form instead of sending by Post/Courier. University office remains open on all working days and Saturday except Sunday and Gazetted Holidays. The University will not be responsible for postal/Courier delays etc.

8.Merely submission of online admission application form and fee will not entitle the candidate for Admission to MBBS/BDS course. The required printout of admission application form alongwith all supporting documents should also be submitted in the University by the stipulated date and Time, failing which Admission Application form will be rejected and no claim of the candidate will be considered. Fee once deposited will not be refunded/adjusted in any case

9.The schedule of Counselling shall be notified through the Press/University, website. Changes, if any, in the schedule/time table of Counselling will be notified through Press/website of the University i.e. www.bfuhs.ac.in. No separate intimation letters will be sent.

10.Candidates must read instructions carefully and comply with all strictly.

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11.Eligibility conditions for admissions are given in the Part – II of the Prospectus. The Final Eligibility shall be determined by the Selection Committee at the time of counselling.

12.Candidates applying under Sports category must enclose Gradation Certificate issued by Director Sports, Punjab and other supporting documents while sending their Admission Application Form.

13.Personal appearance of candidates is essential at the time of Counseling. He/she will have to produce all original documents/ testimonials, before the Selection Committee for verification.

14.The candidate should keep two more colour photographs from the same negative and attested by same authority for future use.

15.The list of the Colleges and availability of seats shown at various places in this prospectus may vary and the final status shall be displayed at the time of counselling.

16.It is for the information of all the candidates that compulsory courses in computer applications will be instituted by the University along with professional curriculum. These courses shall be compulsory for all students registered under Medical/Dental/Nursing faculties of this University. The fee structure for these courses will be separate and will be notified later on by the University.

17.The candidate should read the eligibility conditions carefully and just appearing in NEET – UG - 2013 does not entitle him/her for admission. Eligibility conditions for admissions are given in the Punjab Government Notification and Selection Committee shall be determined eligibility at the time of counselling. Those who are not eligible as per Punjab Government Notification will not be considered for admission.

18.The Counselling Committee shall also obtain the thumb impression of the candidate on the Option Form. One thumb impression of the admitted candidate shall be taken by the Principal of the institution concerned at the time of joining the course.

19.Category must be filled in the online Admission Application Form. No claim shall be allowed if category/categories are not indicated in Printout of online Admission Application Form. Only those candidates who claim reservation by filling category (ies) code in online Admission Application Form shall be considered for reserved seat. Category will not be changed after submission of Printout of online Admission Application Form.

20.This is for the information of all candidates that as per Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, if any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if his explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would expel him from the institution.

21.University has started Health Sciences Library Network (HSLIBNET) to provide access to e- resources to the students of all colleges affiliated with the University for which Rs. 1000/- per year will be charged from all Medical and Dental students.

22.Candidates who did not opt Punjab state during applying for NEET – UG 2013 will not be considered for admission to MBBS course. However, they will be considered for BDS course only after exhausting Punjab state candidates.

23.State Merit list will be prepared for different categories in which candidate applies, on the basis of Punjab state/All India ranking

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CONTENTS

 

SR.

 

 

 

 

P A R T I C U L A R S

PAGE NO(s)

NO.

 

 

 

 

Part-I

 

1.

 

Introduction----------------------------------------------------------------------------

6

2.

 

Definitions------------------------------------------------------------------------------

7

3.

 

Eligibility and Qualifications---------------------------------------------------------

7

4.

 

Fee required with online application form-------------------------------------

8

5.

 

Important instructions and procedure to fill online admission ---

8-10

 

 

application form for admission to MBBS/BDS courses under

 

 

 

NEET – UG 2013.

 

6.

 

Specimen of Online Application Form-------------------------------------------

11

7.

 

List of Category Codes---------------------------------------------------------------

12

8.

 

Post Matric Scholarship Scheme -------------------------------------------------

12-13

 

 

Part-II

 

1.

Introduction--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

14

2.

NRI Seats -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

14

3.

Punjab Government Notifications-----------------------------------------------------

15-26

Annexures:

1Specimen of Certificate from Principal/Head of the Institution last27 – 29 attended and Certificates/Forms regarding exemptions--------------------

2

Specimen of Certificates of Reserved Categories---------------------------------

30 – 36

3

Undertaking and Residence certificate notifications/Proformas ------------

37 – 44

4

Tentative List/Seats of Colleges------------------------------------------------------

45

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PART-I

INTRODUCTION

BRIEF HISTORY: The University was established at Faridkot under an Act of Punjab State Legislature (Punjab Act No. 18 of 1998) in the name of great Sufi Saint Sheikh Farid Ganj-E-Shakar, (1173 1265 A.D.) in 1998 for purposes of affiliating, teaching and ensuring proper and systematic instruction, training and research in Modern Systems of Medicine and Indian Systems of Medicine. It is not only affiliating and examining body but also a teaching and research centre in health sciences. It is expected to play a vital role in improving the standards of medical and health education in the state and in conducting relevant research in all aspects of health sciences, basic as well as applied, which ultimately will ameliorate the health standards of the people of Punjab. II is believed that the university will be a trend setter in developing appropriate modes and models of health care to ensure quality health care to the people.

The University has been recognized by MCI vide letter no. V/11015/3/2000-ME (UG) dated 9th June, 2000. The UGC has also included the University in the list of recognized universities maintained by the University Grants Commission, under section 2(1) of the UGC Act. 1956 vide letter no. F.9-3/97 (CPP-I) dated 4 July. 2002. The Regional Director. World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia, World Health House, New Delhi has also forwarded the name of the University for inclusion in the World Directory of Medical Schools vide letter No. M12/6212 dated 6 May 2002. The University is also included in the list of Commonwealth Universities and their yearbook 2001 at page No. 692 (Vol. l).

Established with a mission to create an intellectual, academic and physical environment conducive to free flow of ideas and exchange of information between various faculties of the university, between this university and other universities of health sciences in the country and abroad, thereby opening a window to the world for the health professionals, health planners, health managers. biomedical and social scientists and educationalists in health sciences of the country. Efforts are on to establish contact with various institutions towards achieving this goal.

UNIVERSITY'S PRESENT STATUS: All the new buildings of the University and its constituent college, GGS Medical College & Hospital were completed in the year 2011. The university was shifted to its new building situated at Sadiq Road, Faridkot in July 2011. Hon'ble Chief Minister, Punjab. Inaugurated two new University buildings (Senate Block and Academic Block) on 22-09-2011 Hon'ble Deputy Chief Minister inaugurated the Radiotherapy Unit, and other buildings of GGS Medical College & Hospital, on 23-09- 2011. The GGS Medical College & Hospital, a constituent college of the University is also shifted to its new building.

The University Campus comprises of GGS Medical College along with Auditorium of 800 capacity, Senate Block, Academic Block, University College of Physiotherapy, University College of Nursing, Drug De-addiction Centre, Telemedicine, Edusat and a well equipped state-of-the-art 500 bedded hospital. Coveted projects to set up Trauma Centre, Regional Cancer Centre all in process. The University has added to its academic convoy University Library & Informatics Division, Department of Health Sciences Library & Information System, University Centre of Excellence in Research, Rose Garden and Herbal Garden.

UNIVERSITY'S NEW PROJECTS: University is on the way to establish

1)Advanced Cancer Diagnostic, Treatment & Research Centre at Bathinda.

2)University Regional Centre for Public Health & Paramedical Sciences at Goindwal Sahib.

University has acquired 20 Acres of land for its Regional Center at Goindwal Sahib. Hon'ble Chief Minister, Punjab has already inaugurated both the projects in October 2011. The University has planned to run a number of employment-oriented diploma courses and certificate programmes in health sciences.

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The University is also in process of developing the following five study centres:

1.Centre for Distance Learning (Medical) and Educational Technology miscellaneous.

2.Centre for Health Systems and Health Services Management.

3.Centre for Bio-information Technology.

4.Centre for Human Resources Development and Health Management.

5.Centre for Population Sciences.

UNIVERSITY'S CONSTITUENT COLLEGES: The Government of Punjab incorporated the three institutions as constituent colleges of the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot viz. School of Nursing (upgraded to University College of Nursing) vide notification no. 11/299/01-5SS3/4770 dated 14.10.2002, Guru Gobind Singh Medical College & 500 bedded Hospital. Faridkot vide notification no. 8/02/2005-1HB-I11/6308 dated 31.10.2006 and State Institute of Nursing & Paramedical Sciences, Badal vide notification no. 1/46/07-1HBIV/1163 dated 28.11.2007. In addition to above, the Board of Management of University also accepted the proposal for starting of Physiotherapy College in the University campus in its meeting held on dated 03.04.2007 and fourth constituent college was established viz. University College of Physiotherapy. University has also established its own Institute of Pharmacy. Recently, Govt. of Punjab has transferred 100 beded Civil Hospital, Badal to University for strengthening and expanding the connection between rural medical services and the education and research carried on by the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences. The GGS Medical College & Hospital, a constituent college of the University has 25 departments and 20 post graduate departments and is recognized by MCI.

COLLEGES AFFILIATED WITH UNIVERSITY: At present the University is having 140 affiliated colleges comprising 135 affiliated and 5 constituent Colleges (with an approximately 30,000 students).

University will soon endeavor to achieve excellence in health care delivery and medical education and research in the State. Admissions to various undergraduate and post graduate courses in the affiliated institutions of this University in the State of Punjab are made on merit basis through the conduct of Entrance Tests.

The university is now primarily focusing on strengthening postgraduate medical education and research and evolving as a centre of excellence in a rural backdrop.

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1.DEFINITIONS:

(i)"MBBS" means Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.

(ii)"BDS" means Bachelor of Dental Surgery.

(iii)"BFUHS" means Baba Farid University of Health Science, Faridkot.

(iv)"Council" means the national statutory council regulating a particular discipline such as:-

-‘MCI' means Medical Council of India.

-'DCI' means Dental Council of India.

(v)"Eligible Candidate" means a candidate who satisfies the requirements of eligibility as prescribed in the Prospectus / Government Notification as amended from time to time and other notifications issued for this purpose from time to time and the criteria of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot.

(vi)"Government Notification" means Notification No. 5/3/2009-3HB-III/2883 dated 05.06.2013. by the Department of Medical Education & Research.

(vii)"University" means Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Sadiq Road, Faridkot.

(viii)"NEET – UG" means National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Under Graduate "

2.ELIGIBILITY AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Eligibility and qualifications will be as per Punjab Govt. Notification No. 5/3/2009-3HB-III/2883 dated 05.06.2013.

3.Fee Required with Admission Application Form:

a)Rs. 4000/- for General Category (RS. 2000/- for SC categories only) be deposited in any branch of the Oriental Bank of Commerce throughout India by using Bank

Challan form available on University web site i.e. www.bfuhs.ac.in by due date and time i.e. 16th July, 2013.

b)Alongwith Late fee of Rs. 2000/- i.e.(Rs. 6000/- for General Category and Rs. 4000/- for SC categories only) to be submitted from 17th July to 22nd July, 2013

c)Fee once deposited in University account will not be refunded/adjusted in any case.

4.IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS AND PROCEDURE TO FILL ONLINE ADMISSION APPLICATION FORM FOR ADMISSION TO MBBS/BDS COURSES UNDER NEET – UG 2013.

1.Before applying, candidate should carefully read PROSPECTUS for eligibility conditions and other important instructions.

2.Only one application is to be submitted by a candidate. Submitting more than one application by a candidate is liable to be rejected.

3.Before applying, candidate should have to deposit requisite fee in the University account through

any branch of the Oriental Bank of Commerce by using specified Bank Challan Form, which is

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available at university website i.e. http://www.bfuhs.ac.in. After depositing requisite fee in the bank account of the University, a unique Transaction ID will be issued by the concerned bank, which is required to be entered in the application form. Fee shall not be accepted in any other mode i.e. cash, Cheque, Demand Draft etc.

4.Fee for General category is Rs.4000 and for SC/ST category Rs.2000 and it should be deposited by 10-07-2013.

5.After depositing the fee, the candidate must fill online admission application form which is available on the University web site http://bfuhs.ac.in by clicking at the link "Admission to MBBS and BDS courses 2013".

6.Candidate insures that he/she has completed the age of 17 years on or before 31st December 2013.

7.Merely deposition of fee and filling of online application form will not entitle the candidate for claim of admission. The required printout of Admission Application form alongwith University copy of Bank challan and requisite documents should also be reached in the University within stipulated date and time, failing which no claim of the candidate will be considered. Fee once deposited will not be refunded/adjusted in any case.

8.Candidate should fill his/her NEET – UG 2013 Roll No, State Rank, All India Rank, Total Marks obtained, percentile score and Category(ies) carefully.

9.Date should be filled in the format of dd/mm/yyyy i.e. date/month/year.

10.If result of 10+2 examination is not declared or candidate has reappear in 10+2 examination, he/she should fill 0(zero) in the columns of marks.

11.Candidates who have not Punjab State Rank can fill 0 (Zero) in the specified column i.e. in Punjab State NEET (UG) Rank.

12.After filling of online admission application form, you will receive a Registration No and Password at your given mobile no and E-mail address.

13.Registration No and Password is mandatory for further process, so keep it secret and don’t disclose to any unknown person.

14.You have to login to upload Photograph, Edit Application, Application Status and to change your password options.

15.How to upload Photograph: To upload your photograph you have to login by entering your Registration No and Password. The size of photograph should not be more than 20KB. Candidate may use third party software i.e. http://www.shrinkpictures.com. to resize their photograph before uploading.

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16.Lock you Application: To get printout of your online application form you have to lock your application. Once you lock your application you will not be able to edit your application data, so be ensured that you have entered correct data particularly check your categories, NEET – UG Marks, NEET Percentile Score etc.

17.All unlock application forms get locked automatically after the cutoff date and once Application form is locked it can’t be unlock by you.

18.There will be a check list at the end of second page of printed application form. Please make sure that all the relevant documents are attached with print out application as mention ined check list.

19.Candidate can use A4 size envelope to send printout of application form complete in all aspects by stipulated date and time. The address for sending application form will be printed at the last of Application form and you have to paste it on the A4 size envelope.

20.Candidates are advised to always Log out your application form when you are leaving the computer.

Note: Please fill your valid mobile no. and email address to receive information regarding your application form time to time in the form of SMS and Email. You will also receive your Registration no. and Password on your given mobile no and Email address.

Important: In case candidate wants to make any change in his/her online application form

after locking, he/she has to write separate application wherein he/she will clearly describe that what

information he/she wants to modify. He will also attach printout of his/her online application form

and submit his/her request personally in the University upto 22-07-2013 (i.e. last date of application

form submission) with correction/editing fee of Rs. 500/-. After it request to change information in

application data will not be entertained at any cost.

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Specimen of online application form

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6.List of categories and category codes:

 

 

CATEGORY

CATEGORY CODE

 

 

 

1

General Category

11

 

 

 

2

Scheduled Caste

12

 

 

 

3

Schedule Tribe

13

 

 

 

4

Backward Classes

14

 

 

 

5

Backward Area

15

 

 

 

6

Border Area

16

 

 

 

7

Orthopaedically Handicapped

17

 

 

 

8

Sports person

18

 

 

 

9

Wards of terrorist affected persons (in order of preference to the exclusion of next category)

 

a)

Persons killed in terrorist actions in Punjab/ riots outside Punjab

19

 

 

 

 

 

b)

Terrorist/ Riot affected /displaced persons

20

 

 

 

10

Wards of Defence Personnel

 

 

 

 

 

 

a)

Killed in action

21

 

 

 

 

 

b)

Disabled in action to the extent of 50% or above & Boarded out of

22

 

 

 

 

 

service

 

 

c)

Died while in service & Death attributed to Military service

23

 

 

 

 

 

d)

Disabled in service & Boarded out with disability attributed to

24

 

 

 

 

 

Military Service

 

 

e)

Gallantry Award/ other Award Winners both serving/ retired.

25

 

 

 

 

 

f)

Serving Defence personnel/Ex-serviceman

26

 

 

 

 

11

Wards of Punjab Police Personnel, Punjab Armed Police, Punjab Home Guards, and Para-Military Forces

 

 

 

 

 

 

a)

Killed in action

27

 

 

 

 

 

b)

Disabled in action to the extent of 50%

28

 

 

 

 

 

c)

Winners of President’s Police Medal for Gallantry or Police Medal

29

 

 

 

 

 

for Gallantry

 

12

Children/ grandchildren of freedom fighters

30

 

 

 

 

7.Post Matric Scholarship Scheme: SC category candidates are entitled for scholarship from the

Department of Welfare, Govt. of Punjab if they fulfill their terms and conditions. SC category candidates, whose family annual income from all sources is less than Rs. 2 lack, are entitled for post matric scholarship as per guidelines of Govt. of India and Punjab Govt. The respective candidates will have to produce an income declaration by the self-employed parents / guardians, stating definite income from all sources by way of an affidavit on-judicial stamp paper. Employed parents/guardians are required to obtain income certificate from their employer and for any additional income from other sources, they would furnish declaration by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper. The compulsory non refundable fee from

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such candidates will not be taken by the respective colleges at the time of admission. Respective colleges will claim fee of such candidates from the Director, Research and Medical Education, Punjab as per procedure available on their website. For details regarding this scheme/forms/procedure, respective colleges/candidates should visit the website of Punjab Govt., Deptt. of Medical Education and Research (www.punjabmedicaleducation.org) and University website (www.bfuhs.ac.in). For any query/clarification, candidates/respective colleges can contact the office of Director, Medical Education and Research, Punjab, Chandigarh or Director, Welfare Deptt., Punjab, Chandigarh.

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PART-II

1.INTRODUCTION: Part-B pertains to admission to MBBS and BDS courses on the basis of NEET- 2013. This part contains Punjab Government Notification No. 5/3/2009-3HB-III/2883 dated 05.06.2013 as amended from time to time for MBBS/BDS Courses. It contains the ADMISSION APPLICATION FORM which is required to be filled and returned to the University along with prescribed fee and all other enclosures as are required as per the said NOTIFICATIONS within the prescribed period on or before the due date and time i.e. 22nd June, 2012 by 5.00 P.M. Same form shall be considered for all the seats of all the institutes under all types of Quotas except NRI/ Minority seats. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND OBSERVE ALL RULES / REGULATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE in this Part-II of the prospectus.

2.NRI SEATS: Application for these seats in government and university colleges shall have to be sent to the University whereas for Private institutes the application has to be sent to the concerned institute but after obtaining the eligibility certificate from the university

Subject to the important note given below, candidates will be admitted in the courses/institutions as per Government Notification No. 5/3/2009-3HB-III/2883 dated 05.06.2013 and as per provisions of this Prospectus by a Selection Committee constituted for this purpose. Only those candidates who qualify in the NEET-2013 and meet other laid down conditions shall be eligible to apply. The applications of the ineligible candidates will be rejected.

The list of the Colleges and the seat availability shown at various places in this prospectus may vary and the final status shall be displayed at the time of counselling.

Notwithstanding candidate's participation in NEET-2013, only those candidates who are eligible as per the Prospectus, University Rules and the Punjab Govt. Notification No. 5/3/2009-3HB-III/2883 dated 05.06.2013 and apply for admission shall be considered for admission.

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GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

(HEALTH III BRANCH)

 

NOTIFICATION

 

No. 5/9/2009-3HB-III/2883

Dated: 05-06-2013

SUBJECT:

ADMISSION TO MBBS / BDS COURSES- IN MEDICAL AND DENTAL INSTITUTES IN THE

 

STATE OF PUNJAB FOR THE SESSION 2013 ONWARD.

 

1.The Governor of Punjab is pleased to notify the admissions to Under- Graduate Degree courses i.e. MBBS/BDS for the year 2013 onwards in the Medical/Dental, institutes in the State of Punjab including the Private Universities. All the Medical/Dental institutions whether Government, private, aided, unaided and under various Universities will be covered by this notification except Christian Medical College, Ludhiana, Christian Dental College, Ludhiana, S.G.R.D. Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Amritsar and S.G.R.D. Institute of Dental Sciences & Research, Amritsar.

2.The Governor of Punjab is further pleased that the admission to the MBBS/BDS courses in all of the categories including NRI will be based on the percentile merit obtained in NEET-UG-2013 to be conducted by the Central Board of School Education

3.Candidate must have completed the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the admission year.

4.Candidate must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks (40% for SC/BC and 45% for physically handicap) taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology (PCB) in 10+2 examination or other qualifying examination in place of 10+2.

5.For admission to MBBS/BDS courses, candidate must have secured at least 50th percentile (40th percentile for SC/BC and 45th percentile for Physically handicap persons with locomotors disability

of lower limbs as per Medical Council of India's amendment Notification dated 25-03-2009 in M.B.B.S). The percentile shall be determined on the basis of highest marks secured in All India common merit list in NEET-UG-2013 for admission to MBBS/BDS courses.

6.The inter-se-merit of candidates for tie-breaking in NEET shall be determined as determined by CBSE, in the following manner:

a.Candidates obtaining higher marks in Biology (Botany & Zoology) in the NEET.

b.Candidates obtaining higher marks in Chemistry in the NEET.

c.Candidates with less number of attempted wrong answers in all the subjects in the NEET.

d.Candidates older in age.

7.After the declaration of the NEET-UG-2013 the candidates will apply on the specific proforma for all seats except all India quota seats to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, (BFUHS), Faridkot. Admission will be made by the admission committee through a centralized counselling at BFUHS, University, Faridkot on the basis of inter-se merit of NEET-UG-2013.

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8.In case, there are not enough candidates having minimum prescribed marks in the NEET-UG-2013 for filling of all the MBBS/BDS courses then Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot (BFUHS) may approach Government of India for the relaxation of the eligibility through Government of Punjab.

9.The reserve category candidate shall have the right to compete for admission in general category seats as per their merit on the day of counselling and candidates so selected will not be counted towards admission in the reserve category.

10.The Schedule of counselling, admission and start of classes shall be in conformity with the schedule laid down by Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India/ Hon'ble Supreme Court of India / State Government. In any case there will not be third counselling or even extended second counselling

11.The details of the institutions and category wise seats will be available on the official website of Government of Punjab and Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot i.e. www.punjabmedicaleducation.org and www.bfuhs.ac.in

12.The candidate should be a bonafide resident of Punjab. The Resident status of the Punjab State,

will be taken in terms of Punjab Government, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (PP-II Branch) letter No. 1/3/95-3 PP II/9619, dated 6th June, 1996, ID No. 1/2/96-3PP- 2/8976, dated 7th July, 1998 and ID No. 1/3/95-3PP II/81, dated 1st January 1999 and any further

instructions issued by the Department of Personnel, if any, and the same, shall be adhered. This is applicable on all M.B.B.S. / B.D.S. candidates except 15% All India Quota and NRI seats.

Provided however, that in case adequate number of candidates are not available for BDS courses, candidates who are not resident of Punjab shall also be considered on basis of merit.

13.Candidate should have passed qualifying examination as under:

a.The higher secondary examination or the Indian School Certificate Examination which is equivalent to 10+2 Higher Secondary Examination after a period of 12 years study, the last two years of study comprising of Physics, Chemistry and Biology after the introduction of the 10+2+3 years education structure as recommended by the National Committee on Education;

OR

b.The intermediate examination in Science of an Indian University/Board or other recognized examining body with Physics, Chemistry and Biology which shall include a practical test in these subjects and also English as a compulsory subject;

OR

c.The Pre-professional/pre-medical examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology, after passing either the higher secondary school examination or the pre-university or an equivalent examination. The pre-professional/pre-medical examination shall include a practical test in Physics, Chemistry and Biology and also English as compulsory subject;

OR

d.The first year of the three years degree course of a recognized university with Physics, Chemistry and Biology including a practical test in these subjects provided the examination is a “University Examination” and candidate has passed 10+2 with the English at a level not less than a core course;

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OR

e.B.Sc. examination of an Indian University, provided that the candidate has passed the B.Sc. examination with not less than two of the following subjects-Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany, Zoology) and further that the candidate has passed the earlier qualifying examination with the following subjects-Physics, Chemistry and Biology and English;

OR

f.Any other examination which, in scope and standard is found to be equivalent to the intermediate Science examination of an Indian University/Board, taking Physics, Chemistry and Biology including a practical test in each of these subjects and English;

Result not declared – The candidate, whose result of qualifying examination is not declared till the last date of applying, will have to produce the result of qualifying examination by the time of counselling.

Marks obtained in Mathematics in 10+2 examination are not to be considered for admission to MBBS/BDS courses.

14.Candidate should have passed his/her 10+2 examination or other qualifying examination in place of 10+2 from a recognized institution situated in the State of Punjab except for the exemptions wherever applicable. The candidate would be required to submit a certificate to this effect from the Principal/Head of the Institute last attended in the Prescribed Proforma. The following categories will be exempted from this condition.

i)Children/wards/dependents (whose parents are not alive) of all those regular Punjab Government employees, members of All India Services borne on Punjab cadre, Serving Judges and the employees of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, employees of

Boards/Corporations/Statutory Bodies established by an act of the State of Punjab who have been holding post outside Punjab on or before 1st January of the year of entrance

test and their children/wards/dependants were compelled to do 10+1 and/or 10+2 outside Punjab .

ii)Children/wards/dependents (whose parents are not alive) of all those regular Central Government employees, employees of Boards/Corporations/Statutory Bodies of the Central Government who have remained posted inside Punjab for at least two years out of the three years preceding the year of NEET-UG 2013 but were posted outside Punjab for some time during these three years due to which their children/wards/dependants were compelled to do 10+1 and/or 10+2 or equivalent qualifying examination outside Punjab. However those who remained posted in Punjab continuously for these three years shall not be entitled to be exempted as they are equally placed with other Punjab Government employees posted in Punjab.

iii)Children/wards/dependents (whose parents are not alive) of all those Punjab Government pensioners who have retired on or before 1st January of the year of entrance test and have settled outside Punjab on or before 1st January of the year of

entrance test and their children/wards/dependants were compelled to do 10+1 and/or 10+2 outside Punjab.

iv)Children/wards/dependents (whose parents are not alive) of those military/ para- military forces personnel who were born in the territory of Punjab as per their service record at the time of entry into service.

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v)Children/wards/dependents (whose parents are not alive) of those Ex-employees of

military/para military forces who were born in the territory of Punjab as per their service record at the time of entry into the service and have retired on or after 1st

January of the year preceding two years of the year of entrance test.

vi)Candidates belonging to minority community who are competing for the minority quota in the minority institutions.

vii)Candidates seeking admission under NRI category.

viii)Wards of defence personnel posted in Punjab who has passed only for the qualifying examination i.e. 10+2 exam mandatory for the admission to MBBS/BDS courses shall be considered eligible for admission in professional colleges and institutions in State.

15.Reservation

Reservation policy reconsidered in the light of Hon'ble High Court judgment dated 10-12-2012 in LPA No. 1749 of 2012 in CWP No. 14569.

A.For Government Medical/Dental College

Out of the total seats, 15% seats (All India Quota) in MBBS/BDS courses shall be filled by the Government of India through centralised counselling by Central Board of Secondary Examination on the basis of percentile merit in NEET-UG-2013

The reservation for the State quota seats in Government Institutes in various categories for admission to the under Graduate courses in Government Medical Institutes will be as under:

(i)

Scheduled Caste

25%

 

(Note: The reservation of SC shall be calculated on total seats of the institution after

 

 

deduction of CBSE quota seats if the reservation is provided to SC/ST by the CBSE whereas

 

 

the rest of reservation for all other categories shall be calculated on the seats left out after

 

 

deduction of CBSE and SC Quota seats.)

 

 

(SC candidates shall be eligible for Post-Matric scholarship and reimbursement of fee if

 

 

they fulfill the terms and conditions laid down by Welfare Department, Punjab

 

 

Government)

 

 

 

 

(ii)

Backward Classes

5%

 

(Note: The Backward Class Certificate must be as per the latest instructions of the

 

 

Government of Punjab in which the annual income of the family is specifically certified )

 

 

 

 

(iii)

Backward Area/ Border Area (1% each)

2%

 

 

 

(iv)

Physically handicapped/ Orthopedically Handicapped only

3%

 

* The reservation for Orthopedically Handicapped shall not be permissible for BDS course

 

 

 

 

(v)

Sports Persons of Category A/B/C

1%

 

 

 

(vi)

Wards of terrorist affected persons (in order of preference to the exclusion of next

2%

 

category) (As per decision of the Hon’ble Supreme Court)

 

 

a.

Persons killed in terrorist actions in Punjab/ riots outside Punjab

 

 

b.

Terrorist/ Riot affected /displaced persons

 

 

 

 

 

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(vii)

Wards of Defence Personnel (in order of preference to the exclusion of next category)

1%

 

(a)

Killed in action

 

 

 

(b)

Disabled in action to the extent of 50% or above & Boarded out of service

 

 

 

(c)

Died while in service & Death attributed to Military service

 

 

 

(d)

Disabled in service & Boarded out with disability attributed to Military Service

 

 

 

(e)

Gallantry Award/other Award Winners both serving/retired.

 

 

 

(f)

Serving Defence personnel / Ex-serviceman

 

 

 

 

 

 

(viii)

Wards of Punjab Police Personnel, Punjab Armed Police, Punjab Home Guards, and Para-

1%

 

Military Forces (in order of preference to the exclusion of next category)

 

 

 

(a)

Killed in action

 

 

 

(b)

Disabled in action to the extent of 50%

 

 

 

(c)

Winners of President’s Police Medal for Gallantry or Police Medal for Gallantry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(ix)

 

Children/grandchildren of freedom fighters.

1%

 

 

 

 

B. For Private Institutes:

 

 

The reservation in private institutes (in Government quota seats) will be as under:

 

 

 

 

 

 

a)

Scheduled Caste

 

25%

 

(SC candidates shall be eligible for Post-Matric scholarship and reimbursement of fee if

 

 

 

they fulfill the terms and conditions laid down by Welfare Department, Punjab

 

 

 

Government)

 

 

b)

Backward Classes

 

5%

 

(Note: The Backward Class Certificate must be as per the latest instructions of the

 

 

 

Government of Punjab in which the annual income of the family is specifically certified )

 

 

 

 

 

 

c)

Physically handicapped Orthopedically Handicapped

 

3%

 

* The reservation for Orthopedically Handicapped shall not be permissible for BDS course

 

 

C.Explanation:

i.Students claiming benefits of reservation under SC/BC category will be required to produce a certificate from the competent authority as per instructions of the Department of Welfare No. 1/41/96-RC 1/112501-17 dated 17/1/94 (for BC) and as amended from time to time. In case of Backward Caste candidates a fresh income certificate is required which is incorporated in the Backward Caste certificate.

ii.The candidate under orthopaedic handicap shall be admitted only if he/ she has locomotors disability of lower limbs between 50% to 70% and with this disability he/she is otherwise found fit medically to pursue the concerned course by the Medical Board duly constituted by the Government and consisting of Heads of the respective Departments of three Medical Institutes at Patiala, Amritsar and Faridkot of the specialty concerned. Disability 50% to 70% will be determined at the time of counselling by a duly constituted board of the specialty of Orthopaedics. In case of non-availability the seats will be offered to the candidates having 40% to 50% disability in the lower limb.

iii.Only Orthopedically handicapped persons are entitled to reservation and candidate having hearing/visual impairment or other handicap are not eligible for reservation in MBBS. The reservation for handicapped persons is 3% in MBBS Course. The reservation for Orthopedically Handicapped shall not be permissible for BDS Courses.

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iv.Reservation under category (vi) (a) shall be provided only in case of death of the bread winner in such incidences.

v.In the sports category eligibility will be same as that of other candidates on the basis of NEET-UG- 2013. The credit will be given only for the sports achievements made during 10+1 and 10+2 classes. The admission shall be made on the basis of inter-se merit of the candidates determined on the basis of gradation (Cat A/B/C) issued by the Director of Sports, Punjab.

vi.For the claim of reservation in category 5A (viii) a certificate to this effect issued by Inspector General Police (HQ), Punjab shall have to be produced while submitting other documents. In case of Paramilitary Forces this certificate shall be countersigned by IG Police (HQ) Punjab.

vii.The reservation will be made in each course / institutes separately subject to the availability of seats as per instructions issued by the Government of Punjab from time to time. Seats remaining vacant under any of the reserve category shall be merged with the general category seats only. The CBSE quota seats left vacant shall go to the respective category.

16.Foreign Indian Students (NRI) SEATS

15% seats in all private Institutes/University College and 13 seats each in Govt. Medical College, Patiala and Amritsar and 4 seats in Govt. Dental College, Amritsar and 3 seats for Govt. Dental College, Patiala shall be earmarked for the Non Resident Indians in the following order:

Category I: NRI’s who originally belonged to the State of Punjab.

Category II: NRI’s who originally belonged to an Indian state other than Punjab.

(i)The NRI candidates in Medical/Dental Colleges will be admitted on percentile merit obtained in the NEET-UG-2013. The eligibility of the candidates will be determined by the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, who will issue an eligibility certificate to each such candidate.

(ii)The NRI seats in S.G.R.D. Institute of Medical Sciences and Research will be divided equally in to Government Quota and Minority Quota. The Principal of Shri Guru Ram Dass Institute of Medical Sciences will be member of the counselling committee in regard to the seats of the institute and the representative of the Government and Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot will be observer for the smooth conduct of the counselling of minority seats.

(iii)If sufficient number of candidates under Category-I are eligible and available then they will be admitted first even if students under subsequent category i.e. category- II are higher in merit. Admission to NRI Category-II shall be to the exclusion of NRI Category-I.

(iv)The NRI students will have to give a bank guarantee/surety bond for the balance of fee, if they opt to pay the fee in installments as provided.

(v)In case of any seat remaining vacant under NRI quota, during / after 2nd centralized counselling of NRI quota in state colleges, shall go to general pool and in the unaided-private colleges/minority colleges shall go to the management/minority quota. The NRI left over seats converted into Government quota/ Management/ Minority quota will be filled by the Counselling Committee from amongst the eligible NEET-UG-2013 on percentile merit.

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17.Admission to Private Institutes

a. The distribution of seats in private medical institutions would be:

Government quota seats

--- 50%

Management/Minority quota seats

--- 50% (including 15% NRI quota)

b.As per the directions of Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in Civil Appeal No. 4318 of 2012, there will be only two centralized counselling. No counselling will be permitted after 2nd centralized counselling even the extended 2nd counselling. Admissions are to be granted strictly as per the merit by 15th September of the corresponding year. During the period of 16th September to 30th

September only admission can be made against vacant seats resulting from exceptional circumstances or surrendered seats.

c.The vacancy, if any, generated due to exceptional circumstances or surrender of seats after the 2nd centralized counselling would be filled by the admission committee headed by the Principal of

the Institute concerned and comprising of the representative each of the Government and the University, strictly on the basis of merit in the NEET of the corresponding year. The Principals of the concerned Institutes will request the Government and the University well in advance for nominating their representatives. The college will give due publicity through internet, newspaper and notice board of the respective college. Every effort is to be made to ensure admissions on merit and not in a manner which is exfacie arbitrary and casts the shadow of favouritism.

d.The Government quota seats would be filled up, on the basis of NEET-UG-2013 merit, by the Admissions Committee appointed by the Government.

e.The Management Quota seats would be filled up by the admission Committee headed by the Principal of the Institute concerned and comprising of the representative each of the Government and the University, strictly on the basis of percentile merit in the NEET-UG-2013.

f.The Principals of the concerned institutes will request the Government and the University well in advance for nominating their representatives. Government quota seats remaining vacant will be transferred to Management Quota. University will adjust a calendar of admission to the management quota seats in such a way that admission dates do not clash.

g.The private institutions would give wide publicity in at least three leading newspapers one each in English, Hindi and Punjabi before filling up seats and the candidates would be given at least 14 days’ time to apply. The applications shall be received by the institutions directly. In any case the admission form would not be denied to any candidate. Applications may also be received by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot.

h.The forms for Management Quota seats will have to be made available on the website of the University also so that the same may be downloaded by the candidates to enable them to apply for the said quota by paying the requisite fee in the form of demand draft payable in the name of the institute which should reach the institute concerned by the last date and time fixed by them.

i.The minority quota seats shall be filled on the basis of inter se merit of the candidates in the test conducted by the minority institute, or on the basis of percentile merit of NEET-UG-2013.The institutions will also upload the admission form on institute website.

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j.The representative of the University would be at liberty to place on record the copies of applications received in the BFUHS directly for admission to the institutes, for consideration by the Committee.

k.The institute shall not refuse the acceptance of the form under any circumstances and shall be bound to issue a receipt of the same. In case of refusal by the institute, the Application Form may be sent to the Chairman Admission Committee / Registrar BFUHS giving details of refusal in the forwarding letter.

18.Declaration to be submitted by the candidate

The Candidate and his parent / guardian shall submit a sworn declaration that the candidate has not passed the qualifying examination from more than one Board / University and had not appeared for counselling in any other State / UT except central counselling by Central Board of Secondary Education.

19.Candidates already admitted

Any candidate, who has taken admission in the previous session or year prior to Session 2013 in any course governed by this notification, shall not be eligible to seek admission again on the basis of merit in NEET-UG-2013.

However, if any candidate who is admitted during the academic session in any institute/course may opt for admission based on percentile marks of NEET-UG-2013 by submitting a sworn declaration at the time of counselling that he/she had surrendered the seat against which he was already

admitted. To avoid the wastage of the seat, the candidate can avail this opportunity only, in case, the 2nd counselling is yet to take place, wherever the candidate wants to take admission.

20.In case after exhausting eligible Punjab State Candidates the seats are left vacant in M.B.B.S/ B.D.S. course in the Private Institutes, the institute may represent to Government of India through Government of Punjab to lower the percentile merit of the candidates for admission to such colleges. For BDS candidates only - after exhausting the above mentioned list vacant seats remain, only then seats can be filled from out of state candidates as per NEET-UG-2013 merit list.

21.SELECTION COMMITTEES

The following committees are constituted for holding Counselling and finalizing the admissions:

A.For Government Institutes and Government Quota seats in Private Medical / Dental Institutes.

For MBBS Course:

a)

Principal, Government Medical College Patiala.

Chairman

 

 

 

b)

Principals of Government Medical College Amritsar, Guru Gobind Singh

Members

 

Medical College Faridkot, Dayanand Medical College Ludhiana, S.G.R.D.

 

 

Institute Medical Education & Research, Vallah, Amritsar; Gian Sagar

 

 

Medical & Hospital, Vill: Ram Nagar, Banur, Distt Patiala; Adesh

 

 

Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Bathinda. Punjab Institute of

 

 

Medical Sciences, Garha Road, Jalandhar; Chintpurni Medical College &

 

 

Hospital, Dharan Kalan, Distt. Gurdaspur.

 

 

 

 

c)

Registrar / Joint Registrar / Deputy Registrar of Baba Farid University of

Member

 

Health Sciences, Faridkot

 

 

 

 

d)

Representative of Department of Medical Education & Research.

Member

 

 

 

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For BDS Course:

a.

Principal, Government Dental College Patiala.

Chairman

 

 

 

b.

Principals of Government Dental College Amritsar, S.G.R.D. Institute of

Members

 

Dental Sciences & Research, Vallah, Amritsar; Baba Jaswant Singh Dental

 

 

College Hospital and Research Institute, Urban Estate, Ludhiana; Guru

 

 

Nanak Dev Dental College & Research Institute, Sunam; Desh Bhagat

 

 

Dental College & Hospital, Mukatsar; National Dental College,

 

 

Gulabgarh, Dera Bassi, Distt Patiala; Luxmi Bai Institute of Dental

 

 

Sciences & Hospital VPO Baran, Distt Patiala; Genesis Institute of Dental

 

 

Sciences & Research, Moga Road, Ferozepur; Gian Sagar Dental College,

 

 

Vill: Ram Nagar, Banur, Distt Patiala; Adesh Institute of Dental Sciences

 

 

& Research, Bathinda; Rayat Bahra Dental College, Village Sahauran,

 

 

Distt. Mohali; Sri Sukhmani Dental College & Hospital, Dera Bassi, Distt:

 

 

Mohali.

 

 

 

 

c.

Registrar / Joint Registrar / Deputy Registrar of Baba Farid University of

Member

 

Health Sciences, Faridkot

 

 

 

 

d.

Representative of Department of Medical Education & Research.

Member

 

 

 

B.For Management / Minority quota seats in private Institutes including minority institutions

a.

Principal of the concerned College

Chairman

 

 

 

b.

Representative of Government.

Member

 

 

 

c.

Registrar / Joint Registrar / Deputy Registrar of Baba Farid University of

Member

 

Health Sciences, Faridkot

 

 

 

 

i.The institute shall intimate the date and time for admissions to the Director, Research & Medical Education, Punjab and Registrar, BFUHS at least two weeks before the date of counselling.

ii.The admissions made by any Institute on its own without giving due notice to Government / University shall not be treated as legal admission. That will be considered null and void ab- intio. BFUHS will ensure that there is no overlapping of dates of counselling.

22.APPELLATE AUTHORITY:-

Director, Research and Medical Education will be appellate authority in case of any dispute arises for all Institutions.

23.FEE

Fee and other charges for submission of the application and counselling shall be determined by the University.

a.Fee for admission to Government Medical / Dental Institutes

 

Sr. No.

M.B.B.S./ B.D.S.

Fee Annually (Rs.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I.

First Year MBBS/BDS

Rs. 25000/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II.

Second Year MBBS/BDS

Rs. 25000/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III.

Third Year MBBS/BDS

Rs. 25000/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IV.

Forth Year MBBS/BDS

Rs. 27000/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

V.

Fifth Year MBBS/BDS

Rs. 27000/-

 

 

 

 

 

 

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b.Private Institutes:

The fee for private institutions will be as per Govt notification no. 5/3/2010-3HBIII/5153 dated 20-07-2010 and is given below

Sr. No.

Category

 

Fee Annually (Rs.)

1.

50% Government Quota Seats

Rs. 1,50,000

2.

35% Management

MBBS

Rs. 4,00,000

 

Quota Seats

BDS

Rs. 1,50,000

Provided however that in case of any revision in fee under the provisions of The Punjab Private Health Sciences Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission, Fixation of Fee and Making of Reservation) Act, 2006, the applicable fee shall be the fee as revised.

Sr. No.

Category

Fee Full Course

1.

15% NRI Quota MBBS

$ 1,00,000

2.

15% NRI Quota BDS

$ 40,000

c.The fee notified for NRI category will also be applicable to NRI candidates getting admission to Government Medical / Dental colleges also.

d.These include all kinds of charges and nothing extra will be charged from the students under any circumstances on any account whatsoever.

e.The fee will be payable on annual basis and the institutes shall not insist on the candidate to deposit fee of the entire course in advance. At the most candidates can be asked to furnish a surety bond / bank guarantee that they will be liable to pay the balance fee for the whole course even if they leave the institute / course midway course.

f.The fee shall be refunded / adjusted if candidate is shifted from one college to another in the subsequent counselling on operation of the waiting list. If the said fee is not refunded / adjusted within 15 days the said Institution will be liable to pay Bank Interest as well as penal interest to the said students as laid by R.B.I. Fee will be deposited by the successful candidates to the respective institute in the shape of demand draft.

g.Hostel fee and security advance (Annual and provisional) for private institutes.

i.General Independent Room Rs. 15,000 per year (Maximum) for single bedroom.

ii.Special Room (Attached bathroom and AC) Rs. 24000/- per year Maximum.

iii.Security Advance Rs. 25,000/- or its equivalent (refundable in the shape of demand draft.)

iv.Mess charges- Actual and to be managed by the students.

v.These charges are exclusive of electricity / water but inclusive of everything else.

24.GENERAL CONDITIONS

a)Admission process shall start with the presence of four members (Chairman and three others) Members coming late can participate, at the stage where such member/members join the counselling process and the proceedings already completed will not be revised. All members of the interview committee shall mark their attendance and if a member fails to do so, the Chairman and all other members record his / her presence or video-graph the proceedings.

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b)University will ensure proper display of the available seats for the information of the candidates through suitable arrangement in the waiting hall, hall where the documents will be checked and the hall where the counselling will take place.

c)The admission fee will be paid by the candidate at the time of Counselling. The draft for admission fee shall be in favour of Registrar, Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot payable at Faridkot.

d)The admission shall be made to only those institutes which are approved from all authorities and affiliated to the University on or before the first counselling. Institute (s) which has applied for affiliation and/or for approval of competent authority (ies) but are unable to get affiliation and such approval from all authorities before this day shall not be considered for counselling.

e)In order to ensure completion of the prescribed courses (s) and period of study as well as

commencement of examination(s) in time, no admission (s) adjustment(s) shall be made after 30th September regardless of any vacancy (ies) that might exist or might arise thereafter for any

reason.

f)The seats of Government of India quota remaining unfilled, if surrendered by the Director General of Health Services (Medical Examination Cell, New Delhi), to the Punjab Government will be filled by the General Category Candidates based on percentile merit in NEET-UG-2013.

g)In case of candidates whose parents are not alive, the dependency certificate shall have to be taken from the Deputy Commissioner of the District where the candidate resides.

h)Scheduled Caste category candidates shall be eligible to apply for post matric scholarship and reimbursement of fee if they fulfill the terms and conditions laid down by Department of Welfare, Punjab.

i)This notification is in supersession of all the notifications issued earlier.

Dated, Chandigarh the:

N.S. Kang, lAS

24.05.2013

Principal Secretary to Government of Punjab,

 

Department of Medical Education & Research.

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Academic and Exemption Certificates

(Compulsory for all Candidates)

Annexure –I

Form No. 1

CERTIFICATE FROM THE PRINCIPAL/HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION LAST ATTENDED

I certify that Mr./Miss _____________________________________________________ S/o D/o

Sh.______________________________________________ has studied 10+1 & 10+2 from school/s which

are recognized institution(s) as under:

Class

Name of School with city and State

 

 

 

 

Passing year

 

10+1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10+2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School/College Roll No. in case of

 

 

 

Marks obtained/ Total Marks

 

Class

11th Class exams. Board Roll No.

Year

Physics

 

Chemistry

Biology

English

 

in case of 12th class

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obt.

Max.

Obt.

Max.

Obt.

Max.

Obt.

Max.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10+1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10+2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

i)Attested photo copies of DMC of 10+1 and 10+2 examinations are attached with this certificate.

ii)Permanent residential address of candidate as recorded in school record is as under:-

___________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________

 

 

Signature of the Headmaster/Principal

 

 

of Institution Last attended

Date

________________

(with official seal)

Place

________________

 

Certificates/Forms regarding exemptions:-

Under exemption – 14 (i) Form No.2

CERTIFICATE FROM THE EMPLOYER IN THE CASE OF EMPLOYEES OF GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB MEMBERS OF ALL INDIA SERVICES BORNE ON PUNJAB CADRE, EMPLOYEES OF STATUTORY BODIES/CORPORATIONS/BOARDS ESTABLISHED BY OR UNDER AN ACT OF STATE OF PUNJAB.

I certify that Mr./Ms_________________S/o D/o Sh.____________________is serving as regular employee of government of Punjab/Member of all India Services borne on Punjab cadre/regular employee of statutory Body/Corporation/Board established by or under an act of the State of Punjab.

He/she is holding the post of ________________ in the Department_________________ and is presently posted at _________________________ (place of service), w.e.f.______________ (date of posting).

Mr/Ms_______________ is his/her son/daughter/dependent. Parents of Ms/Mr______________

are not alive and he/she is fully dependent upon Sh./Smt_____________ as stated above.

Dated______________

Signature of the Employer

Place ______________

(with official seal)

(Exact date, month and year since when one is posted at the present place is to be given).

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Form No.3

Under exemption - 14(ii)

CERTIFICATE FROM THE EMPLOYER IN CASE OF REGULAR EMPLOYEES OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT WITH PUNJAB DOMICILE WHO HAVE SERVED FOR ATLEAST TWO YEARS IN THE STATE OF PUNJAB OUT OF THE THREE YEARS PRECEDING THE YEAR OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION THAT IS 2 YEARS OUT OF 2010, 2011 AND 2012.

I certify that Mr/Ms______________________________________________ S/o D/o Mr/Ms_____________________________________ is serving as a regular employee of central Government in the Department of ________________________________________________

Mr/Ms.________________________ has served in the State of Punjab at

________________________________(place of service)____________________District for the period

__________ to ____________ during 2010, 2011 and 2012.

Mr/Ms________________________________ is his/her son/daughter/dependent.

Parents of Mr/Ms___________________________________ are not alive and he/she is fully

dependent upon Mr/Ms ___________________________ as stated above.

Dated______________

Signature of the Employer

Place ______________

(with official seal)

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Form No.4

Under exemption - 14 (iii)

CERTIFICATE FROM THE EX-EMPLOYER OF PUNJAB GOVERNMENT PENSIONER SETTLED OUTSIDE THE STATE OF PUNJAB ON OR BEFORE 1ST JANUARY, 2013.

I certify that Mr./Ms___________________ S/o, D/o Mr/Ms.______________________ is a Punjab Government Pensioner retired from the Department of ________ on _________while holding the post of _________________ His/her P.P.O. No. is____________________and he/she is drawing his/her pension from ___________ he/she is settled outside Punjab at the address given below since________. He/she retired on_____________ from the office of __________ at _________________.

Complete Address

_________________________________________

 

_________________________________________

Mr/Ms _______________________________ is his/her son/daughter/dependant.

Parents of Mr./Ms__________________ are not alive and he/she is fully dependent upon Mr/Ms

_____________________________ as stated above.

Dated______________

Signature of the Employer

Place ______________

(with official seal)

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Form No.5

Under exemption - 14(iv)

CERTIFICATE FROM THE EMPLOYER IN THE CASE OF EMPLOYEES OF INDIAN DEFENCE SERVICES/ PARA MILITARY FORCES.

I certify that Mr/Ms______________________ S/o, D/o Shri_____________________is regular employee of Indian Defence Service/Para Military forces belongs to Punjab State as per his/her service record at the time of entry into service and the home address given there is

______________________________________(District______________________), Punjab.

Mr/Ms_______________________________ is his/her son/daughter/dependent.

Parents of Mr/Ms __________________are not alive and he/she is fully dependent upon Mr/Ms

_____________________________________ as stated above.

Dated______________

Signature of

Place ______________

Officer Commanding/Competent Authority

 

(With official seal).

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Form No.6

Under exemption - 14(v)

CERTIFICATE FOR THE EX-EMPLOYEES OF INDIAN DEFENCE SERVICES/PARA MILITARY FORCES RETIRED ON OR AFTER 1ST JANUARY, 2011.

Certified that Number

________________________________________________

Rank

________________________________________________

Name

________________________________________________

S/o

________________________________________________

Father of

________________________________________________

Resident of village

________________________________________________

Post office

________________________________________________

Tehsil

________________________________________________

Distt

________________________________________________

Belonging to State of Punjab as per his/her service record at the time of entry into service had served in the Army/Navy/Air Force/(Name of the Para-Military Forces).

from_____________ and subsequently discharged/retired from the service on ____________ as per his/her service record at the time of entry into service the home address given is village/Town

____________ Punjab.

Dated______________

Signature of

Place ______________

Officer Commanding/Competent Authority

 

(With official seal).

 

 

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Annexure- II

Certificates of Reserved categories:-

Categories Code-12 & 13

CERTIFICATE OF SCHEDULED CASTE/TRIBE

As per letter No.1/41/96-RCI/110001-17, dated 5.12.1996 of

Govt. of Punjab, Department of Welfare (Reservation Cell)

It is certified that Shri/Shrimati/Kumari_________________________ son/daughter of Sh.________________ of village/town _______________________District/Division

__________________________ state of Punjab belongs to _______________ caste which has been recognised as Scheduled caste as per “The Constitution (Scheduled Castes) Order, 1950”

2. Shri/Shrimati/Kumari__________________________ and his/ her family lives in village/ town____________________ District/ Division ________________ of Punjab State

Date______________

Signature

Place_____________

Designation

 

Seal of office

Competent authority to issue Caste Certificate

I.District Magistrate/Additional District Magistrate/Collector/Deputy Commissioner/ Additional Deputy Commissioner/ Deputy Collector/First Class Stipendiary Magistrate/ City Magistrate/Sub Divisional Magistrate /Talika Magistrate/ Executive Magistrate/ Extra Assistant Commissioner (Not below the rank of first class Stipendiary Magistrate).

II.Chief Presidency Magistrate/Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate/Presidency Magistrate.

III.Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar.

IV.

Sub-Divisional Officer of the area where the candidate and/or his family normally resides.

V.Administrator/Secretary to Administrator/Development Officer Lakshadweep Islands. (circulated vide no.2/223/79-SWI/4337, dated 8.6.90)

OR

The certificate for this purpose issued by any other competent authority declared by Government of Punjab in any other prescribed proforma.

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Category Code-14

FORM OF CERTIFICAE TO BE PRODUCED BY A CANDIDATE BELONGING

TO A BACKWARD CLASS IN SUPPORT OF HIS CLAIM.

FORM OF CERTIFICATE OF BACKWARD CLASS.

As per letter No.1/41/96-RCI/110001-17, dated 5.12.1996 and No.1/41/93-RC1/1597, dated 17.8.2005 and No.1/41/93-RC1/209, dated 24.2.2009 of Govt. of Punjab,

Department of Welfare (Reservation Cell)

This is to certify that Shri/Shrimati/ Kumari__________________________ son/daughter of______________village/town______________________in district/division ________________ of the state of Punjab belongs to the _______________ caste which is recognised as a Backward Class in terms of Punjab Govt. letter No.___________ dated _______________.

2.This is also certified that he/she does not belong to any category of persons/sections mentioned in column 3 of the schedule to Punjab Government, Department of Welfare letter No.1/41/93-RC1/459, dated 17.1.1994 and No.1/41/93-RC1/1597, dated 17.8.2005 and No.1/41/93-RC1/209, dated 24.2.2009 for BC.

3.Shri/Shrimati/Kumari__________________________ and/or/his/her family ordinarily reside(s) in village/town____________________ of District/ Division ________________ of the state of Punjab.

Place:______________

Signature _______________

State:______________

Designation______________

Date:______________

(with office seal of the officer concerned)

Competent authority to issue Backward Class Certificate:

i)Sub-Divisional Magistrate

ii)Executive Magistrate

iii)Tehsildar

iv)Naib Tehsildar

v)Block Officer

vi)District Revenue Officer

(circulated vide No.2/223/79-SWI/4337, dated 8.6.1990)

*The certificate must not be dated one year before the first day of counseling for admission. A certificate issued more than one year before the counseling date shall not be valid.

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Category Code-15

BACKWARD AREA CERTIFICATE

Despatch No._______________

Date___________

Certified that______________________________________ son/daughter of Shri

_________________________________________ is a bonafide resident of

_________________________________________ Tehsil ______________________________

District__________________________ which has been declared as Backward Area by the Punjab Government. His/her claim falls under category*_____________________indicated below:

a)a person who with the family members has been residing in a particular village or town included in the list of areas which are declared backward constantly for a period of ten years or more and is likely to continue to reside there.

b)a person who has been residing in the village/ town for a period of less than ten years but not less than five years who is likely to reside there on account of the fact that he has obtained employment and will settle there after retirement.

In case of a person who has been residing in a village or town included in the list of areas which are declared backward and has migrated to another village or town in the said area, the total of his stay at both places will be counted.

 

DC/GA to DC or SDM

Dated:

(With Official Seal)

•Please mention here category (a) or (b) as the case may be.

•Certificate from authority other than DC/GA to DC or SDM is not valid and will not be accepted.

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Category Code- 16

CERTIFICATE OF HAILING FROM BORDER AREA

Despatch No._________

Date______________

i) I certify that ________________________ son/ daughter of Shri____________________ of village ______________________ District______________________ is a bonafide resident of village

_________________________ District_______________________. The village/ town falls within the belt of 10 miles from the international border.

It is further certified that ______________________________ has studied for at least 5 years in a recognized institution located in such village/ town as per dates of joining and leaving school/ college given below:-

(1)______________________________

(2)______________________________

(3)______________________________

(4)_____________________________

*DC/GA to DC/ SDM of the concerned Distt.

Dated___________________________

(With Official Seal)

* Certificate from no other authority will be accepted.

ii)Certified that _________________________ son/ daughter of Shri_________________ of village

______________________ District________________________ was a bonafide student of the School/ College from_______________________ to ____________________________ (exact

date of joining and leaving the school/ college to be given) ( Nursery/ LKG/ UKG etc. not included).

Place_______________

Signature of Headmaster/ Principal of the

Date________________

School/ College (With Seal)

NOTE: A candidate shall be eligible for admission under Border Area of category above only if he/she hails from a town/ village within the belt of ten miles from the international border and he/ she has studied for at least five years in a recognized institution located in such town/village ( Nursery/LKG/UKG etc. not included). Two certificates to this effect should be obtained, one from DC/GA to DC of the District or the Sub-Divisional Magistrate of the Sub-Division concerned and another from the Headmaster/Principal of the Institution with details of exact date of joining and leaving the School/College. Exact particulars must be mentioned in the certificates.

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Categories Code - 17

The eligibility of the handicapped categories candidates will be determined by the Medical Board at the time of counselling as per Punjab Govt. Notification/s.

Certified that the following candidate appeared before the Medical Board on______________. All the three members of the Medical Board examined the candidate carefully and have decided to certify as follows:

1.

Name of the candidate

---------------------------------------------

2.

Father's name

---------------------------------------------

3.

Permanent Address of the candidate ---------------------------------------------

 

4.

Name of the disease causing handicap ---------------------------------------------

 

5.

% (Percentage) of handicap ---------------------------------------------

 

6.

Whether the disease is progressive or non-

---------------------------------------------

 

progressive ---------------------------------------------

 

 

 

---------------------------------------------

7.

Whether the candidate is otherwise fit to ---------------------------------------------

 

 

carry on studies and will be able to perform ---------------------------------------------

 

 

duties of a doctor satisfactorily. ---------------------------------------------

 

 

 

---------------------------------------------

Member

Member

Chairman

Category Code - 18

The eligibility of the candidates under Sports Category will be decided at the time of counselling as per Punjab Govt. Notification/s.

Categories Code-19 & 20

CERTIFICATE TO BE FURNISHED BY THE CANDIDATES BELONGING TO THE CATEGORY KILLED IN TERORIST ACTION/ RIOT AFFECTED/ DISPLACED PERSONS. THE CHILDREN OF INNOCENT CIVILIANS KILLED BELONGS TO CATEGORY KILLED IN TERORIST ACTION/ IN TERRORIST VIOLENCE OR DURING OPERATION BY SECURITY FORCES ACTING IN AID OF CIVIL POWER.

Certified that Mr./Ms._________________ Son/Daughter of Sh._________________ was/is

father/mother/ guardian of Mr./Ms.________________(Name of the candidate) who was/ is killed in

riots/ terrorist action in Punjab during terrorist violence/ operation of security forces acting in aid of civil

power/ is a riot affected/displaced person. The ward of person killed in Punjab will mean a family, which

has lost its bread winner in some terrorist action in Punjab.

Date:

(Official Seal)

Signature of Deputy Commissioner/GA

 

 

to DC/ADC of the District

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Categories Code- 21 to 26

CERTIFICATE TO BE FURNISHED BY WARDS OF DEFENCE PERSONNEL KILLED OR DISABLED TO THE EXTENT OF 50% OR MORE IN ACTION, WARDS OF GALLENTARY AWARDEES AND WARDS OF SERVING DEFENCE PERSONNEL.

Certified that Mr./Ms.______________________ Son/Daughter of Sh.______________ resident of _________________ is father/mother/guardian of Sh./Mrs.______________________ (Name of the candidate) has been/is:

i)Killed in action.

ii)disabled in action to the extent of 50% or above & Boarded out of service.

iii)Died while in service & Death attributed to military service

iv)Disabled in service & Boarded out with diseasable attributed to military service.

v)Gallantry award/ other award winners both in service/ retired.

vi)Serving Defence Personnel/Ex-serviceman

Date:

(Official Seal)

Signature of Commanding Officer/

 

 

Secretary District Sainik Welfare

Note: The candidates seeking admission against above category should produce a certificate from the Army Headquarters or the Commanding Officer of the Unit in the case of serving defence personnel and Army headquarters or Commanding Officer of the last armed Unit or Secretary Zila Sainik Board countersigned by the Secretary, Rajya Sainik Board as the case may be in the case of Ex-defence personnel. In doubtful cases of Ex-defence personnel, discharge certificate may be asked for

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Categories Code- 27 to 29

CERTIFICATE TO BE FURNISHED BY WARDS OF PUNJAB POLICE PERSONNEL, PUNJAB ARMED POLICE, PUNJAB HOME GUARDS AND PARA- MILITARY FORCES KILLED OR DISABLED TO THE EXTENT OF 50% OR MORE IN ACTION AND WINNERS OF PRESIDENTS POLICE MEDAL FOR GALLANTRY OR POLICE MEDAL FOR GALLANTRY.

Dispatch No.____________

Dated______________

Certified that Mr/Ms_______________ S/D of Sh._______________________ was/is dependent

on Mr/Ms____________________ S/D of Mr/Ms____________________ who was killed/50% or more

disabled in action which took place at __________ on ________decorated with President Police Medal for

Gallantry/winner of Police Medal for Gallantry/is a ward of Punjab Police Personnel/ Punjab Armed

Police/ Punjab Home Guards/ Para Military Forces Personnel.

Date:

Signature of IG Police (HQ), Punjab

 

(Seal)

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Category Code - 30

CERTIFICATE FOR CHILDREN/GRAND CHILDREN OF FREEDOM FIGHTERS

Dispatch No.____________

Date___________

Certified that Mr/Ms_________________ Son/Daughter of Sh._____________________ of village _______________ P.O.____________ Tehsil ___________________ District ______________ and grand father/grand mother/father/mother of Shri/ Kumari___________________(name of Candidate) is a bonafide freedom fighter and has been granted freedom fighter’s pension by the Punjab Government vide letter No. _________ dated_________ or has been awarded Tamra Patra for his political sufferings.

Place:

 

 

Date:

(Official Seal)

Signature of *DC/ADC/ GA to DC

 

 

of the Distt to which the

 

 

freedom fighter belongs to.

* Certificate from no other authority will be accepted

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Annexure-III

Undertaking and Resident Certificates

Self Undertaking of Gap in Study

I ____________________ S/o, D/o Shri ____________________ resident of ____________________ (full

address to be given) do hereby solemnly state and affirm as under:-

1.That I have passed 10+2 examination held in ____________________ from

________________________________________________ (name of the college/school)

2.That I have not joined any college/institution after passing 10+2

OR

That I have joined the course of ________________ at ___________________________ (name of the institution) from ______________________________ and will leave the same before joining the MBBS/BDS which ever applicable.

Dated : ________________

Candidate Signature

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No.1/3/95-3PP II/9619

GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS (PERSONNEL

POLICIES II BRANCH)

Dated, Chandigarh the 6/6/96

To

(i)All the Financial Commissioners to the Govt. of Punjab.

(ii)All the Principal Secretaries/Administrative Secretaries to the Government of Punjab.

(iii)All Heads of Departments, Commissioners of Division, Registrar, Punjab & Haryana High Court, District and Session Judges, Deputy Commissioners, Sub Divisional Officers (Civil) in the Punjab State.

Subject:- Bonafide resident of Punjab-Guidelines for grant of Residence Certificate.

Sir/Madam,

I am directed to invite your attention to the Punjab Government Circular Letter No.1/3/95-3PP II/2043, dated 29/1/1996 vide which the instructions were issued regarding simplification of procedure for obtaining the certificate of Domicile for purposes of admission to educational institutions (including technical/medical institution). The matter has been reconsidered in the light of judgement delivered by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in the case of Dr. Pradeep Jain Vs. Union of India and others reported as AIR 1984-SC-4121 wherein it was held that instead of the word 'Domicile' the word 'Residence' be used in the instructions issued by the State Government on the subject. Accordingly, it has been decided by the Government to revise the Government instructions referred to above as under:

 

Affidavit/Certificate and the authorities

 

competent to issue the same

(a) Citizen of India

 

(b) Produce an affidavit to the

Affidavit of the parents/guardian to be

effect that they or their

attested by an Executive Magistrate/Oath

Children/wards have not

Commissioner/Notary Public

obtained the benefit of

 

Residence in any other

 

State

 

 

 

 

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Categories

i)Candidates who have studied for a period of 5 years in Punjab or have studied in Punjab for 2 years just preceding the qualifying examination for the admission.

ii)Children wards of

a)The employees of Punjab Govt. posted in or outside Punjab State or working on deputation having atleast 3 years of service.

b)The employee of Govt. of India posted in Chandigarh or in Punjab in connection with the affairs of the Punjab Govt. for a period of 3 years.

c)The employees of State Govt. institutions/undertakings who are posted in Chandigarh or in Punjab in connection with the affairs of the Punjab Govt. for a period of 3 years.

d)The employees having atleast 3 years of service in autonomous bodies/companies in which Punjab Govt. has 20% or more shares:

e)The Residents who are residing outside Punjab on Account of their service either with the GOI or with the employees of the Govt. of Punjab in the matter of issue of ‘Residence Certificate’ provided the permanent address of such employees fall in the reorganized Punjab i.e. on or after 01.11.66, as per their service books.

iii)Children/wards of the pensioners of Punjab Government irrespective of the fact that the original home of the retiree is in a state other than Punjab or he has settled after retirement in or outside Punjab.

iv)Children/wards of persons who have settled in Punjab or had resided in Punjab for a period of atleast 5 years at any time prior to the date of submission of the application either in pursuit of a profession or holding of a job.

v)Children/wards of persons who have held immovable property in Punjab for a period of 5 years, the property should be in the name of the parents/guardians or the candidate himself.

ii)Persons who were born in Punjab and produced a certificate to that effect

Certificate to be issued by the Headmaster/ Principal of the Govt. and recognized Schools/Colleges concerned.

Certificate to be issued by respective Head of the Department

-do -

-do -

-do -

-do-

PPO issued by the Accountant General, Punjab.

Certificate to be issued by the DC, ADC (R), ADC (D), SDM, GA to DC, DORG, DRO, EM, Tehsildar, Commissioners of Municipal Corporations of Amritsar, Jalandhar and Ludhiana.

DC, ADC(R), ADC(D), SDM, GA to DC, EM, DORG, Tehsildar/DRO based on copies of Jamabandi, Revenue Record, Municipal Record, Registered deeds or any other documents to the full satisfaction of the DC.

As per category (iv) above.

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2.For the purposes of uniformity for issuing the certificate of Residence in the case of various categories to be issued by the Competent Authorities, proformae have been prescribed which are enclosed herewith. After careful consideration, it has also been decided to delete the D.T.O. included among the certifying authorities against category (iv) & (vi) of the policy instructions dated 29.01.1996.

3.The receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged.

Sd/-

(Karam Chand Ahuja)

Deputy Secretary, Personnel

Copy of letter No.1/3/95-3PP-II/10361-63, dated 20.05.97 from the Joint Secretary, Personnel Government of Punjab, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (Personnel Policies Branch II) to all Heads of Departments, etc., in the Punjab State.

Subject: Bonafide Resident of Punjab Guidelines for grant of Residence Certificate

With reference to letter No.1/3/95-3PII/9619, dated the 6th June, 1996 of this Department on the subject noted above and to say that keeping in view the hardship being faced by the Employees in getting the 'Residence Certificate' it has been decided to decentralize the powers of issuing the 'Residence Certificate' in process of the categories mentioned below:-

Categories:

ii)Children/wards of

a)The employees of Punjab Government posted in or outside Punjab State or working on deputation having at least 3 years of service.

b)the employees of Government of India posted in Chandigarh or in Punjab in connection with the affairs of the Punjab Government for a period of 3 years.

c)the employees of State Government institutions/undertaking who are posted in Chandigarh or in Punjab in connection with the affairs of the Punjab Government for a period of 3 years.

d)the employees having at least 3 years of service in autonomous bodies/ companies in which Punjab Government has 20% or more shares.

The Heads of the office shall be competent to issue the requisite certificate to the employees with the exception that in the case of head of Office, the Head of the Department shall be the Competent Authority to issue the certificate

-do -

-do -

-do -

_____________ *** _____________

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Copy of letter No.1/3/95-3PP-II/7332, dated 14th June, 1999 From: Chief Secretary to Government of Punjab to all the Heads of the department etc.

Subject: Issuance of certificate for the purpose of seeking admission to various educational/technical/professional institutions in the state and also for employment.

Sir,

It has been brought to the notice of Government that educational authorities and institutions prescribe various certificates regarding residence, SC/BC category and backward area etc. to be furnished by the students/candidates with the applications forms for entrance examinations or employment in the formats and by the authorities different from those prescribed by the Government departments. Cases have also been reported where the authorities concerned insist on retaining original certificates and refuse to accept the attested photo copies of the certificates. All this results in harassment and panic among the students/candidates and their parents/guardian, since they have to apply with such certificates to more than one authorities simultaneously and within a limited period. The lists of certificates required at the time of applying for CET/PMET/PMT and PAU are enclosed by way of illustration.

2. In order to overcome the difficulty mentioned above, it has been decided by the Government that following procedure has been decided by the Government that the following procedure shall be followed meticulously by all the educational and other authorities concerned:-

i)Certificates issued in the format and by the authorities prescribed by the Government Departments shall be accepted as valid by all educational institutions and other authorities.

ii)Where a number of authorities have been authorized to issue the certificates there shall be no insistence on issue of a certificate by any particular authority or by the highest authority indicated in the format.

iii)(a)

In case of entrance examinations, no certificate should be called for in the first instance alongwith the

 

application form. It will be sufficient for the candidate seeking admission or other facility to indicate in the

 

application from whether he/she belongs to any particular category entitling him/her to certain concessions

 

or facility. Requisite certificates may be obtained only from the selected/wait listed candidates.

iii)(b)

To further simplify the procedure attested copies of the certificates only shall be retained and original

 

certificates if required to be produced at the time of interview shall be returned immediately, thereafter.

iv)Parents/guardian or candidates can also obtain SC certificates from the Head of the institution where the candidates has studied if the proof is available in the school records.

v)The persons who are employed in Government of India or any other State Government are to be treated at par with the employees of the Government of Punjab in the matter of issue of Scheduled Caste certificate provided relevant Scheduled Caste certificate exists in their service record. The Scheduled Caste certificate in such will be issued by the respective Heads of Departments in the Proforma below:-

CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED BY THE RESPECTIVE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT

Certified that Shri__________S/o Sh._______ father/mother of Miss./Mr._______ is an employee

_________ of (State Govt. Institution/underworkings) the Government of Punjab and is working as

_____________. He is posted at Chandigarh/Punjab in connection with the Affairs of the Punjab Government for a period of past three years.

vi)In case of freedom fighters, political sufferers terrorists/riot victims and migrations where the registers are maintained by DC office, the certificate may be issued by Deputy Commissioner/GA to DC/ADC.

These instructions shall come into force with immediate effect and shall be effective even where admission prospectus have already been printed following earlier instructions but entrance examination is yet to be hold or deadline for submission of forms is not yet over.

These instructions may be brought to the notice of all concerned for meticulous compliance. The receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged.

Yours faithfully, Sd/- (Megh Raj)

Joint Secretary Personnel

Note: Even though due care has been taken to reproduce the above letters as published by the Govt., the University is not liable for any typographical error or any other mistake which may have crept in inadvertently.

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SPECIMEN FORMS OF SOME CERTIFICATES TO BE ATTACHED

WHICHEVER APPLICABLE WITH EACH APPLICATION FORM

UNDERTAKING FROM THE PARENT/GUARDIAN IN CASE

OF CATEGORY a b (Annexure-IV)

I…………………………………………….……….father/mother/guardian of

Miss/Mr……………........................……….............

resident of

……………………………………………………………………………………..………………………………………………....................

(full address to be given)

do, hereby, undertake that:

1.That I am a citizen of India.

2.That my child/ward has not obtained the benefit of Residence in any other state for admission to any of the medical courses covered under NEET-UG 2013.

Dated:

SIGNATURE

* Compulsory for all candidates

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CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED BY THE PRINCIPAL/HEAD MASTER OF THE

GOVERNMENT/RECOGNIZED SCHOOL/COLLEGE CONCERNED IN CASE OF

CATEGORY (b) (i) (Annexure-IV)

It is certified that Miss/Mr……………………………………………………………………………………..……………………..………………..

D/o, S/o Sh…..…………………………………………………………………………..…..has been a student of this School/College

for a period of……………………………………….…....years, from……………….……….…..…….…to ……………………..……..….

He/she left the School/College on……………………………………………………………………………………………………………...

Dated:

Signature of Principal/Head Master of the

 

College/School

 

With Seal

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CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT IN CASE

OF CATEGORY (b) (ii) (a) (Annexure-IV)

Certified that Sh/Smt…………………………………………………………..…..S/o, W/o Sh…………………….……………………….

father/mother of Miss/Mr………………………………………………………………………………….….……………….is an employee of the

(Name of child/ward)

……………………………………………………………………………………………..…….………of Punjab Government. He/she is working as

(Name of office)

…………………………………………………………....………and is posted at……………….……………….…………………….

……...He/she has

more than three years service at his/her credit.

OR

Certified that Sh/Smt……………………………….…...……….……..S/o W/o

Sh………………………..…………..………………….

is father/mother of Miss/Mr……………………………….....………an employee of

the……………………….………….……….……………

of Punjab Government. He/she is working

as………………………………………………….……………………..………..………….…………...

on deputation with the………………………………..…………………………and is posted

at………………………………….………..……………

He/she has more than three years service at his/her credit.

Place:

Head of the Department

Dated:

(With Seal)

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CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED BY THE RESPECTIVE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT

IN THE CASE OF CATEGORY (b) (ii) (b) (Annexure-V)

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Certified that Sh/Smt……………………………………….S/o W/o Sh………………..…………………… father/mother of Miss/Mr………………………….…………is an employee of Govt. of India and is working as………………………………….…....He/she has been posted at Chandigarh/Punjab in connection with the affairs of Punjab Government for the past three years.

Dated:

Head of the Department

 

(With Seal)

CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED BY THE RESPECTIVE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT

IN CASE OF CATEGORY (b) (ii) (c) (Annexure-V)

Certified that Sh./Smt._______________S/o, W/o Sh______________________ Father/Mother of Miss/Mr._____________________________________is an employee of ________________________

Govt. of Punjab and is working as ______________

(institution/undertaking)

He/she has been posted at Chandigarh/Punjab in connection with the affairs of the Punjab Government for period of past three years.

Dated:_____________

Head of the Department

 

(With Seal)

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CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT

IN CASE OF CATEGORY (b) (ii) (d) (Annexure-V)

Certified that Sh./Smt _____________ S/o W/o Sh________________________Father of Miss/Mr.________________________________________________ is an employee of

___________________________ in which the Punjab Govt. has 20% or more shares. (Name of the autonomous bodies/companies).

He/she is working as ________________ and is posted at _____________________. It is also certified that he/she has three years service in the above said autonomous body/company.

Dated:________________

Head of the Department

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(With Seal)

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Category (b) (iii) Annexure-V

(iii)Children/wards of the pensioners of Punjab Govt. PPO issued by Account General Punjab. irrespective of the fact that the original home

of the retiree is in a state other than Punjab or he has settled after retirement in or outside Punjab.

Note: A certificate from the Head of the Department to the effect that Sh./Smt._______________ is father/mother of Sh./Smt._____________________(name of the applicant) may also be attached.

RESIDENCE CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED BY THE DC, ADC(R), ADC(D), SDM,

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER GENERAL, DORG/DRO, EM, TEHSILDAR, COMMISSIONERS OF MUNICIPAL

CORPORATIONS OF AMRITSAR, JALANDHAR AND LUDHIANA

IN CASE OF CATEGORY - (b) (iv) Annexure-V

Certified that Sh./Smt_______________________ S/o W/o Sh._____________________ father/guardian of Mr/Miss_________________________________________________

has settled *in Punjab or has resided *in Punjab for a period of 5 years from _______________ to

________________. He is working as _________________.(Name of profession Designation and job) * Strike whichever is not applicable.

Dated:_____________

Signature of DC/ADC(R), ADC (D), SDM

 

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER GENERAL, DORG/ DRO, EM,

 

Tehsildar, Commissioners of

 

Municipal Corporations of Amritsar, Jalandhar and Ludhiana.

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RESIDENCE CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED BY THE DC, ADC(R), ADC(D), SDM,

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER GENERAL, DORG/DRO, EM, TEHSILDAR, COMMISSIONERS OF MUNICIPAL

CORPORATIONS OF AMRITSAR, JALANDHAR AND LUDHIANA

IN CASE OF CATEGORY - (b) (v) Annexure-V

Certified that Sh./Smt__________________ S/o W/o Sh._____________________

Father/Mother/guardian of Miss/Mr._______________________________________

holds immovable property at ________________________ in the state of Punjab for the

 

(Place and District)

past_________________ years.

 

Dated:_____________

Signature of DC, ADC(R), ADC (D)

 

SDM, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER GENERAL,

 

DORG/DRO, EM, Tehsildar, based on copies of

 

Jamabandi, Revenue Record, Municipal Record,

 

Registered deed or any other documents to full

 

satisfaction of the DC

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RESIDENCE CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED BY THE DC. ADC (R), ADC (D),

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SDM, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER GENERAL, D.O.R.G./D.R.O., E.M., TEHSILDAR, COMMISSIONERS OF

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF AMRITSAR, JALANDHAR AND LUDHIANA

IN CASE OF CATEGORY - (b) (vi) Annexure-V

Certified that Miss/Mr._________________ D/o,S/o Sh.___________________ resident of ________________________________ was born in Punjab as per birth certificate.

Dated:_____________

Signature of DC/ADC(R), ADC (D)

 

SDM, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER GENERAL,

 

DORG/DRO, EM, Tehsildar, Commissioners

 

of Municipal

Corporations of Amritsar,

 

Jalandhar and

Ludhiana.

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TENTATIVE LIST OF COLLEGES/SEATS

Annexure - V

Sr.

 

 

Tentative No

No

 

MEDICAL COLLEGES

of Seats

 

 

 

1

Govt. Medical College, Majitha Road, Amritsar (GMC Amritsar)

150

 

 

 

2

Govt. Medical College, Sangrur Road, Patiala (GMC Patiala)

150

 

 

 

3

Guru Gobind Singh Medical College, Sadiq Road, Faridkot (GGSMC)

50***

 

 

 

4

Dayanand Medical College, Civil Lines, Ludhiana (DMCH Ldh)

70

 

 

 

5

Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, VPO Vallah, Amritsar

100**

 

(SGRDIMS&R Amritsar)

 

 

6

Adesh Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Barnala Road, Bathinda (AIMS&R,

150

 

Bathinda)

 

 

7

Gian Sagar Medical College & Hospital, Village Ram Nagar, Banur, Distt. Patiala (GSMC&H,

100

 

Banur)

 

 

 

 

 

8

PIMS Medical & Education Charitable Society, Garha Road, Jalandhar (PIMS,Jalandhar)

150*

 

 

 

9

Chintpurni Medical College & Hospital,Village Bungal, Distt. Pathankot (Chintpurni,

150

 

Pathankot)

 

 

 

 

 

* Renewal from Medical Council of India is awaited

 

** Recommendation has been sent by the MCI for recognition of 100 seats

 

*** Permission from MCI is awaited for increase in seats in MBBS course from 50 to 100

 

 

 

DENTAL COLLEGES

 

 

 

 

1

Govt Dental College, Amritsar (GDC Amritsar)

40

 

 

 

2

Govt Dental College, Sangrur Road, Patiala (GDC Patiala)

40

 

 

 

3

Dasmesh Institute of Research & Dental Sciences, Talwandi Road, Faridkot (DIR&DS,

100

 

Faridkot)

 

 

4

Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of

Dental Sciences & Research, G.T. Road, Amritsar

60

 

(SGRDIDS&R Amritsar)

 

 

5

Baba Jaswant Singh Dental College Hospital & Research Institute, Sector – 40, Urban

100

 

Estate, Ludhiana (BJSDCH & R Ludhiana)

 

 

 

 

6

Guru Nanak Dev Dental College & Research Institute, Patiala Bathinda Road, Sunam

100

 

(GNDC&RI Sunam)

 

 

 

 

 

7

Desh Bhagat Dental College & Hospital, Kotkapura Road, Muktsar (DBDC&H Muktsar)

100

 

 

 

8

National Dental College, VPO: Gulabgarh, Dera Bassi (NDC Dera Bassi)

100

 

 

 

9

Luxmi Bai Institute of Dental Sciences & Hospital, Sirhind Road, VPO Baran, Patiala

60

 

(LBIDS&H, Patiala)

 

 

 

 

 

10

Genesis Institute of Dental Sciences & Research, Dental College & Hospital, Ferozepur-

100

 

Moga Road, Ferozepur (GIDS&RDC Ferozepur)

 

11

Gian Sagar Dental College, Village Ram Nagar, Banur, Distt. Patiala (GSDC Banur)

100

 

 

 

12

Adesh Institute of Dental Sciences & Research, Barnala Road, Bathinda (AIDS&R Bathinda)

100

 

 

 

13

Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha Dental College, VPO: Sarabha (Ludinana)

50 *

 

 

 

14

Rayat Bahra Dental College, VPO Sahauran, Distt. Mohali

100 *

 

 

 

15

Sri Sukhmani Dental College & Hospital, Derabassi Distt. Mohali

100 *

 

 

 

 

* Permission of DCI/Govt. of India Awaited.

Note: (a) Distribution of seats will be as per Punjab Government Notification

(b)The List of eligible colleges may increase/decrease. The final list will be displayed at the time of counselling.

DECLARATOIN - The information provided in this prospectus is believed to be correct at the time of its publication. While every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided in this prospectus is accurate and up-to-date. University is not responsible for any error(s) or omission(s) no matter how they are caused.

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