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HON’BLE TRUSTEES Sr. Name Position Address & Phone No. No. 1 Dr. S. M. Desarda President 17 Shriniketan Colony Opp. Central Telegraph Office, Shivaji High School Road, Aurangabad 2 Dr. S. R. Lakhote Vice- At Post. Tq. Wadwani , President Dist. Beed 3 Shri. S. B. Jain Secretary Paithan Gate, Aurangabad 4 Dr. Mrs. K. S. Desarda Treasurer 17 Shriniketan Colony, Shivaji High School Road Aurangabad –413001 5 Dr. Rashmi A. Kucheriya Member Priti Sudhaji Nagar, Mantha Road, Jalna 6 Dr. B. L. Dudhamal Member At Post Shelgaon Tq. Badnapur Dist. Jalna 7 Ku. Seema S. Jain Member 17 Shriniketan Colony, Shivaji High School Road , Aurangabad –413001 8 Shri. Yogesh S. Desarda Member 17 Shriniketan Colony Shivaji High School Road Aurangabad –413001 9 Shri. Abhaykumar R. Member 3, Rajas Apartments, 336 / A2, Navi Kucheriya (C.A.) Peth, Ganjwe Chowk, Pune LOCAL MANAGING COMMITTEE (AS PER SECTION 67 OF MUHS, ACT, 1998) W.E.F. 04- 08- 2008 Sr. No. Name Designation 1 Dr. S. M. Desarda President 2 Shri. S. B. Jain Secretary 3 Dr. (Mrs.) K. S,. Desarda Member 4 Shri. Abhaykumar R. Kucheriya Member 5 Dr. Rashmi A. Kucheriya Member 6 Member Dr. U. S. Herkar (Teaching Staff Representative) 7 Member Dr. Munot Sonali Gautamsing (Teaching , Staff Representative) 8 Member Dr. J. M. Kasliwal (Teaching Staff Representative) 9 Member Shri. A. K. Shejul (Non – Teaching Staff Representative) 10 Dr. B. L. Dudhamal Principal / Member Secretary P. P. SHRI. MISHRILALJI MAHARAJ SAHAB DR. SAMUEL HAHNEMANN FOUNDER OF HOMOEOPATHY GURU MISHRI HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL 1) BHMS (Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery) Course: (Like M.B.B.S.,B.A.M.S., B.D.S.) B.H.M.S. degree course is of 5 ½ years duration as per Central Council of Homoeopathy , New Delhi which is a autonomous body functioning under the control of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi. 2) About Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical College : Omshanti Bahuuddeshiya Shikshan Sanstha , Aurangabad started Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical College , Shelgaon, Dist. Jalna in the year 2008-09 with the permission of Govt. of India , Govt. of Maharashtra and Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik. 3) College Management : Omshanti Bahuuddeshiya Sikshan Sanstha , Aurangabad Trust is a registered under Bombay Trust Act , 1950 started Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical College at Shelgaon, Dist. Jalna. Dr. S. M. Desarda very well-known nationally reputed Homoeopathy educationist is the Chairman of the trust and college. Dr. S. R. Lakhote is the Vice President. Dr. Desarda and his family Dr. Mrs. Kanchan S. Desarda and other members are known as devoted persons for the development of Homoeopathic System of Medicine. Dr. Desarda, Member of P.G. Education Committee, Central Council of Homoeopathy is also holding post of many Authorities of the University. Dr. Mrs. Desarda is Chairman, Board of Studies of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University having vast experience in Homoeopathic education. Under the leadership of Dr. S. M. Desarda & Dr. Mrs. K. S.Desarda, D.K.M.M. Homoeopathic Medical College, Aurangabad has the reputation at the National and International level. Dr. Desarda‟s contribution for framing the syllabus of M.D. Homoeopathy is well-known to Homoeopathic era. The Management of Guru Mishri College desires to develop the college on the lines of D.K.M.M Homoeopathic Medical College, Aurangabad and to attain high standard Homoeopathic education and to provide good health services to the peoples of surrounding area. Dr. B. L. Dudhamal, Principal is the sincere and hard working and is the soul of the Guru Mishri College administration. He has the qualities to improve and to bring the students at the top standard. 4) College Location : Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical College is located on Jalna – Aurangabad highway just 8 k.m. away from Jalna at Shelgaon , Tq. Badnapur. This is the highway location Aurangabad to Hyderabad and Aurangabad to Nagpur. Land admeasuring 10 acres in which Guru Mishri College is established. The land is very serene surrounded by garden greenery and lawn. Railway track is at backside of the college and highway at front site. Mahyco a international reputed seed production company is adjacent to the college. The distance of college building, Jalna is 10 k.M. ,Aurangabad 45 K.M. , Airport just 40 k.m.. All the time transport facilities is available. 5) College Hospital and Hostel Building : Newly constructed College , Hospital , Hostel building are in the premises and has very attractive look and specious surrounding. 6) Hostel : Accommodation is available for both boys and girls. Round the clock security arrangement is provided at girls hostel. The Management adopted Gurukul pattern for hostellers. Good quality vegetarian food available for hostellers. 7) Teaching Faculty : The College is started from the academic year i.e. 2008-2009 as per norms laid down by the Central Government, Central Council of Homoeopathy and University. Experienced and reputed Management well versed with Homoeopathy has appointed senior, experienced highly qualified teaching staff. Dr. B. L. Dudhamal, experienced teacher is appointed as Principal. Some visiting faculties teach the special subject. The Samiti succeeded in appointing qualified teaching staff as per norms prescribed by the Central Council of Homoeopathy. Many of them hold post graduate qualification and have reach experience of teaching. The Samiti is confident that the teacher shall contribute to pass out the students and merit at University level. 8) Course : B.H.M.S. Course is the degree course in Homoeopathic Science. All the subjects Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Surgery , OB/GY and Practice of Medicine are taught to the students which are on similar pattern of M.B.B.S. course having clinical teaching and emergency treatment procedure. High quality homoeopathic orientation is provided in the subjects like Materia Medica , Organon and Homoeopathic Pharmacy. 9) Opportunities after B.H.M.S. Degree Course : B.H.M.S. Degree holder can practice any where in India by establishing own dispensary or indoor Hospital. Homoeopathic practitioners are very successful in private practice as well as general practitioner and family doctor in urban and rural area. B.H.M.S. Degree Holders are also eligible for Civil Services through UPSC and MPSC like other graduates. Opportunities are also available in more than 150 foreign countries where Homoeopathic System nd of Medicine is legally licensed for prescription. In the coming years Homoeopathy is the only 2 system after allopathy through out the world. Homeopathic system of Medicine is included in Indian National Health programme and Govt. of India is likely to appoint more than 50,000 practitioners in Govt schemes in coming years. 10) Homoeopathic System of Medicine. The therapeutic system of Homoeopathy was developed by SAMUEL HAHNEMANN, a German Physician (1755-1843)-more than 200 years ago, is still valid & most widespread in Indian Sub-continent. This system is based on the principle of „Similia Similibus Curentur‟-Law of similars, which means – Let like be treated by likes. It signifies a system of treatment in which the prescription is based on the similarity of symptoms of the patient. CARDINAL PRINCIPLES OF HOMOEOPATHY:- 1) Law of Similars – is the guide to prescribe in curable as well as incurable cases. 2) Law of Simplex – Only one single, medicine must be used at a time and there is no scope of polypharmacy. 3) Law of Minimum- The dose should be minimum, to stimulate the human organism & to produce perceptible change & it varies in each patient. 4) Principle of Drug-proving – To know the therapeutic properties of a drug, drug is administered to good number of healthy individuals (experimentally) & the symptoms are recorded & one gains the inner nature of the drugs & the same is clinically verified on sick. 5) Principle of Drug-dynamisation – The medicines are not prescribed on physiological dose, but potentised medicines are used to cure diseased individuals. 6) Principle of Chronic diseases – Chronic diseases are caused by predisposing factors (miasms), which debilitate the life force (vital force) of an individual. 7) Principle of Vital Force – Homoeopathy believes in the existence of a force, which animates the human organism & the harmonious functioning of the body is because of its equilibrium. Now Homoeopathy is the second most popular medical system and first among the complimentary system of Medicine. It is practiced through out the globe. One hundred and eighty six homoeopathic colleges are functioning in India. Over two lakh qualified homoeopathic doctors are there in India. Homoeopathy is highly scientific, logical, safe, quick and extremely effective method of healing. It offers long lasting to permanent cure, treating the disease from its roots, for most of the ailments. Homoeopathy is the most rational science with respect to its concepts of health, disease and cure. Homoeopathy has a unique approach of the method of preparation of the drugs in which the end result will contain only the „dynamic curative power‟ of the drug substance, devoid of any original crude substance. By a special mode of preparation called „potentisation‟, over 2500 homeopathic medicines are prepared from sources such as vegetables, animal, minerals, chemicals, etc. Hence homeopathic remedies with its ultra minute dose are non toxic, absolutely harmless and brings about SAFE AND SURE CURE. Homoeopathic remedies are dynamic agents influencing body‟s energy. Most of the children‟s ailments like Cold, Cough, Fever, Vomiting, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Tonsillitis, Bronchitis, Asthma, Measles, Chickenpox, Mumps, Dentition problems, etc., could be very effectively and quickly treated with homoeopathy without producing any side effects whatsoever. Unlike antibiotics and other such medicines, homeopathic pills do not hamper digestion, nor lower body‟s resistance. Neither do they cause any allergies nor cause any damage even if taken over a long period. Homoeopathic pills being sweet in taste, is willingly ingested by children. Indeed, homoeopathy is child-Friendly ! Besides, homoeopathy is effective also in temperament and behavioral problems seen commonly in children like irritability, obstinacy, temper-tantrums, fears, phobias, destructiveness; and thumb- sucking, nail biting, bed- wetting; as well as in mentally & physically backward children. Homoeopathy is an effective alternate to antibiotics in infectious diseases, producing no toxic side effects and bringing about rapid recovery. Homoeopathy has definite treatment for most of the infectious disease such as Sinusitis, Tonsillitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Meningitis, Otitis media (pus from ear), Gastro-enteritis (vomiting-diarrhoea), Dysentery, Urinary Infections, etc. Viral infections such as common cold, influenza, measles, chickenpox, mumps, viral hepatitis (jaundice), viral meningitis etc. are very well treated with homoeopathy. Allopathic system has no curative treatment for viral diseases except infusing antibiotics under the pretext of preventing secondary bacterial infection. Homoeopathy is not limited to certain diseases but is universally applicable to all kinds of diseases. It is time, when people must be made fully aware of the benefits and the scope of homoeopathy in various day to day diseases. Homoeopathy should be more and more made available to the benefit of ailing persons, as it can positively help 90% of the diseases we have today. The superiority of this great healing science is its potential to offer effective treatment in chronic and difficult disease. The homeopath in his quest to cure these difficult illnesses, needs to acquire the necessary skill and talent to master the art and science of homoeopathy. Dr. Rashmi Kucheriya Director Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical College Shelgoan, Dist. Jalna 11) B.H.M.S. COURSE Brief information about curriculum and scheme of Examination COURSE OF STUDY (i) The degree Course of B.H.M.S. (Degree) shall comprise a Course of study consisting of Curriculum and Syllabus provided in these regulations spread over a period of 51/2 years, including compulsory internship of one year duration after passing the Final Degree Examination; (ii) Every candidate after passing the final BHMS examination, shall undergo compulsory internship fro a period of twelve months as per the proceduer laid down in Annexure 'A' attached to these regulations.. (iii) On successful completion of the Internship and on the recommendation of the Principal of the Homeopathic College concerned, the concerned University shall issue the Degree to such candidates. ADMISSION TO COURSE Minimum qualifications : No candidate shall be admitted to the B.H.M.S. (Degree) Course unless he has :- (a) Passed the Intermediate Science or its equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as his subjects: (b) Attained the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of his admission to the first year of the course. (c) Blind (including colour blind), daef and/or dumb candidates shall not be allowed for admission in the course (d) Maharashtra students appeared for MHT-CET shall be admitted first as per CET Merit . There th after seats remain vacant on the basis of 12 merit. (e) The admission shall be subject to the approval of State Pravesh Niyatran Samiti and Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik. 12) THE CURRICULUM Subjects: Subjects for study and examination for the B.H.M.S. (Degree) course shall be as under: 1. Anatomy 2. Physiology including Biochemistry. 3. Organon of Medicine, Principles of Homeopathic Philosophy & Psychology. 4. Homeopathic Pharmacy. 5. Homeopathic Materia Medica & Therapeutics. 6. Pathology and Microbiology. 7. Forensic medicine and Toxicology. 8. Practice of Medicine. 9. Surgery. 10. Obstetrics and Gynecology. 11. Community Medicine. 12. Case taking and repertory. ANATOMY Instructions in anatomy should be so planned as to present a general working knowledge of the structure of the human body. Though dissection of the entire body is essential for the preparation of the student of his clinical studies. (PHYSIOLOGY INCLUDING BIOCHEMISTRY) The purpose of a course in physiology is to teach the functions, processes and inter- relationship of the different organs and systems of the normal disturbance in disease and to equip the student with normal standards of reference for use while diagnosing and treating deviations from the normal. There should be close co-operation between the various departments while teaching the different systems. There should be joint courses between the two departments of anatomy and physiology so that there is maximum co-ordination in the teaching of these subjects. HOMOEOPATHIC PHARMACY Theory Instruction in Homoeopathic Pharmacy should be so planned as to present general working knowledge of an industry and dispensing various preparation. Major emphasis should be laid on evolution and relationship of Homoeopathic Pharmacy to Organon and Materia Medica, the concept of drug Proving and Dynamisation. The curriculum of Homoeopathic Pharmacy should be divided under following headings:- Part 1:- Orientation to subject - elementary history of Botany, Zoology and Chemistry with rules of their nomenclature and their respective terminologies. HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA. Homoeopathic materia medica is differently constructed as compared to other materia medica. Homoeopathy considered that study of the action of drugs on individual parts or systems of the body or on animals or their that it does not lead us to a full appreciation of the action of the medicinal agent; the drug agent as a whole is lost sight of. FORENSIC MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY The subject is of practical importance to the students of homoeopathic medicine as homoeopathic physicians are to be s-oioyed by Government in areas where they may have to handle medico-legal-cases, perform autopsies, apart from giving evidence in such cases. PRACTICE OF MEDICINE Homoeopathy has a distinct approach to disease. It recognizes an ailing individual by studying him as a whole rather than in terms of sick parts. It emphasizes the study of man from the state of health till it travels to state of presenting illness, incorporating all major events and contributing factors in the process. The individualization study as above needs following background so that the striking aspects which are characteristic to the individual become clear, in contrast to the common picture of the respective Health disturbances. SURGERY Homoeopathy as a Science need clear application on part of the physician to decide about the best course of actions required to restore the sick, to health. Knowledge about surgical Disorders is required to be grasped will so that the Homoeopat_:: Physician is able to. OBSTETRICS 1. Abnormal Pregnancies: Abortions, Molar pregnancy, Extra Uterine, Diseases of placenta and membrane. Toxaemia of Pregnancy, Antepanum Hemorrhage. Disorders of Genital tract Retroversion, prolapse, Tumours, etc, Multiple Pregnancy, Protracted gestation. 2. Common disorders and systemic diseases associated with Pregnancy. 3. Common Obstetrical operations. GYNAECOLOGY Inflammation, ulceration and traumatic lesion of the female genital organs. Malignant/Non- malignant Growths, Common Gynaecological operations, and radiotherapy. COMMUNITY MEDICINE (including Health Education and Family Medicine) Instructions in this course should be given in the Fourth year of medical studies by lectures, demonstrations and field studies. This subject is of utmost importance, and throughout the period of medical studies the attention of the student should be directed to the importance of preventive medicine and the measures for the promotion of positive health. HOMOEOPATHIC REPERTORY 13) EXAMINATIONS FIRST BHMS EXAMINATION 7. Admission to examination scheme of examination etc. (i) The student shall be admitted to the First BHMS Examination provided he /she has required attendance as per regulation 13 (iii) to the satisfaction of the head of the Homoeopathic Medical College th (ii) The First BHMS examination shall be held at the end of 18 month of admission. (iii) The minimum number of hours for lecture demonstration / practical and seminar classes in the subject shall be as under Subject Demonstration Theoretical lecture Practical / Tutorial / Seminar 1 Organon of Medicine , Principle of 150 hrs. (including 40 35 hrs. (including 10 hrs Homoeopathic Philosophy and Psychology hrs for Psychology) for Psychology) 2 Anatomy , Histology and Embryology 250 hrs. 325 hrs. 3 Physiology including Biochemistry 250 hrs. 325 hrs. 4 Homoeopathic Pharmacy 100 hrs. 100 hrs. 5 Homoeopathic Materia Medica 50 hrs. 25 hrs. (iv) Examination in Organon of Medicine , Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy and Psychology shall consist of one theory paper and one oral examination. v) Examination in anatomy including Histology and Embryology shall consist of two theory papers. Practical includes oral, identification of specimen and histology slides. vi) Examination in Physiology including Biochemistry shall consist of two theory papers and one practical including oral. vii) The examination in Homoeopathic Pharmacy shall consist of one theory and one practical including Oral. viii) The examination in Homoeopathic Materia Medica shall consist of one theory and one oral examination. ix) Full marks for each subject and the minimum of marks required for passing First BHMS should be as follows. Subject Written Practical Total (Including Oral) Full Pass Full Pass Full Pass Marks Marks Marks Marks Marks Marks Homoeopathic Pharmacy 100 50 100 50 200 100 Anatomy 200 100 200 100 400 200 Physiology including Biochemistry 200 100 200 100 400 200 Homoeopathic Materia Medica 100 50 100 25 150 75 Organon of Medicine Principles of 100 50 50 25 150 75 Homoeopathic Philosophy & Psychology SECOND BHMS EXAMINATION (i) No candidate shall be admitted to the Second BHMS Examination unless he has passed the First BHMS examination and he/she has required attendance as per regulation 7 (iii) to the satisfaction of the head of the Homoeopathic Medical College. (ii) The Second BHMS examination shall be held at the end of 30th month of admission to First BHMS. (iii) The minimum number of hours for lecture, demonstration/practical and seminar classes in the subjects shall be as under: Subject Theoretical Lecture Practical/clinical/ tutorial/Seminar 1. Pathology and Microbiology 200 70 including Parasitology Bacteriology and Virology. 2. Forensic Medicine & Toxicology 50 20 3. Organon of Medicine and Pnnciples 125 of Homoeopathic 4. Homeopathic Materia Medica 75 75 5. Surgery including ENT, Eye Dental 50} 75 and Homoeo therapeutics. 25} 75 One term of three months in surgical ward and OPD 6. Obstetncs & Gynaecology Infant 75 75 care and Homoeo therapeutics One term of three months in Gynaecology & Obstetrics ward and OPD 7. Practice of Medicine and Homoeo. 50} 75 Therapeutics. 25} 75 One term of three months in OPD & IPD of differenty Medical wards (iv) Examinations in Pathology and Microbiology shall consist of one theory paper and one practical including oral. Identification of microscopic slides and specimens shall be a part of practical examination. (v) Examination in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology shall consist of one theory paper and one oral examination including identification and spotting of specimens. (vi) Examination in Organon of Medicine. Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy and Psychology shall consist of one theory paper and one oral examination. (vii) Examination in Materia Medica shall consist of one theory paper and one practical including oral examination. (viii) In order to pass me Second BHMS examination, a candidate has to pass all the subjects of the examination. (ix) Full marks for each subject and the minimum marks required for pass are as follows: Subject Written Practical(including Total oral) Full Pass Full Pass Full Pass Marks Marks Marks Marks Marks Marks Pathology & Microbiology 100 50 100 50 200 100 Forensic Medicine & Toxicology 100 50 100 50 200 100 Homoeopathic Materia Medica 100 50 100 50 200 100 Organon of Medicine 100 50 100 50 200 100 THIRD BHMS EXAMINATION (i) No candidate shall be admitted to the Third BHMS examination unless he has passed the Second BHMS examination and he/she has required attendance as ner regulation 7 (iii) to the satisfaction of the head of the Homoeopathic Medical College. (ii) The Third BHMS examination shall be held at the end of 42nd month of admission to First BHMS (iii) The minimum number of hours for lecture, demonstration/practical, clinical and seminar classes in the subjects shall be as under: Subjects Theoretical Practical/clinical/tutorial Lecture classes 1. Practice of Medicine & Homoeo 50} 75 therapeutics 25} 75 One term of 3 month each in OPD & IPD in different wards/Dept. 2. Surgery including ENT,} 100} 75 Ophthalmology & dental} & Homeo 50} 150 One term of three months Therapeutics in surgical ward and OPD 3. Obstetrics & Gynaecology Infant 100} 75 care & Homoeo therapeutics 50} 150 One term of three months Gynae, ward and OPD 4. Homoeopathic Materia Medica 100 75 5. Organon of Medicine 100 75 (iv) Examination in Surgery shall consist of three theory papers and one practical examination. One theory paper shall be exclusively on Homoeo therapeutics. The Practical examination shall consist of clinical examination and oral. In the clinical examination the students shall be examined on his skill on the surgical instruments, bandages and general measures related to surgery, scope of Homoeopathic therapeutics and examination and diagnosis of surgical disease through clinical examination, X-ray and other common diagnostic techniques. The case studies reports of the students carried out during the course shall also be considered for the oral examination. (v) Examination in Obstetrics & Gynaecology including infant care shall consist of three theory papers and one practical examination, One theory paper shall be exclusively on Homoeo therapeutics, The Practical examination shall consist of clinica! examination and oral. In the clinical examination the students shall be examined on his skill on the specimens, models, instruments, and general appliances related to Obstetrics, scope of Homoeopathic therapeutics and examination and diagnosis of Gynaecological disease through clinical examination, X-ray and other common diagnostic techniques. The case studies reports of the students carried out during the course shall also be considered for the oral examination. (vi) Examination in Homoeopathic Materia Medica shall consist of one theory paper and one bedside practical examination. The bedside examination shall be on two acute cases with special reference to their nosological diagnosis and therapeutic diagnosis from Homoeopathic point of view. (vii) Examination in Organon of medicine shall consist of one theory paper and on oral examination. (viii) In order to pass the Third BHMS examination, candidates have to pass in all the subject of the examination. ix) Full marks for each subject and the minimum marks required for pass are as follows: Subject Written Practical (including oral) Total Full Pass Full Pass Marks Full Pass Marks Marks Marks Marks Marks Surgery including ENT 300 150 200 100 500 250 Ophthalmology & dental Homoeo. Therapeutics Obstetrics & Gynaecology Infant care 300 150 200 100 500 250 & Hom. therapeutics Homoeopathic Materia Medica 100 50 100 50 200 100 Organon of Medicine 100 50 100 50 200 100 FOURTH B.H.M.S. EXAMINATION (i) No candidate shall be admitted to the Fourth BHMS examination unless he has passed the third BHMS examination and he/she has required attendance as per regulation 7 (iii) to the satisfaction of the head of the Homoeopathic Medical College. th (ii) The Fourth BHMS examination shall be held at the end of 54 month of admission of First BHMS (iii) The minimum number of hours for lecture, demonstration/practical, seminar and clinical classes in the subjects shall be as under: Sr. Subjects Theoretical Practical/clinical/tutorial No. Lecture classes 1. Practice Of Medicine & Homeo 100} 200 - One term of 4 Therapeutics 50} 150 months In OPD & IPD in 2. Homoeopathic Materia Medica 100 different Medical 75 wards/Deptt. 3. Organon of Medicine 100 75 4. Repeptory 125 150 5. Community Medicine 100 100 (iv) Examination in Practice of Medicine including Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Dermatology shall consist of three theory papers and one bedside practical examination. One theory paper shall be exclusively on Homoeo. therapeutics. The Practical examination shall consist of clinical examination and oral. In the clinical examination the students shall be examined on his skill on the nosological and therapeutic diagnosis, through clinical examination, X-ray and other common diagnostic techniques and detailed case takings on long and short cases. The case reports of the students carried out during the course shall also be considered for the oral examination. 14) FEES STRUCTURE : Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital is being run by Om Shanti Bahuuddeshiya Shikshan Sanstha, Aurangabad. All the concerned authorities have given recognition to Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical College as self financed educational private management institute. No aid received by college from any source. As per orders of Hon‟ble Supreme Court Private Management are required to utilize all income for the maintenance of the Institution. Accordingly educational fees is charged to the students to meet out the expenditure to run the college and Hospital. As per Hon‟ble Supreme Court‟s direction State Govt. of Maharashtra has appointed a committee namely “Shikshan Shulka Samiti” headed by Ex- Hon‟ble Judge. The “Shikshan Shulka Samiti” verify all audited expenditure, balance sheet and fix the annual fees to be charged to the students. Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical College newly started in the year 2008-09. “Shikshan Shulka Samiti” fixed very reasonable and affordable fees to be charged to the students tuition fees as Rs. 42,000/- as annual fees. The Management of Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical College studied the situation and requirement of area decided to charge Rs. 30,000/- as annual fees for students for the academic year 2008-09 and 2009-2010. 2) UNIVERSITY FEES : i) The students have to pay Eligibility Fees, Exam Fees, Student Welfare fund, N.S.S. Fees, Ashwamedh Fees, Sports Fees etc. as fixed by the University. st ii) The Eligibility and Enrollment fees has to be paid only once for the 1 year. iii) The eligibility fees is about Rs. 3,300/- only, for General category student. iv) The eligibility fees for S.C. / S.T. / VJ.NT./ OBC/ SBC students is Rs. 600/- (Students selected by Govt. Authority (DMER)) v) The eligibility fees for N.R.I. student is Rs. 7,800/- Note : The fees can be reduced or increased by the University. The fees has to be paid within a period of one month after admission. As per University rules fees once paid cannot be refunded in any case. vi) The exam fees are fixed Rs. 2000/- to 3000/- approximately per annum. It has to be paid three months prior to appear the University examination. The eligibility fees has to be paid within one month after admission. The exam dates are announced by the University from time to time. vii) The fees towards N.S.S. , Ashwamedh, Sports, Medi Claim has to be paid as prescribed by the University. 3) SCHOLARSHIP : i) The Govt. of India provides scholarship to the students belonging to S.C. , S.T. , VJ.NT, O.B.C. and S.B.C. through the Department of Social Welfare as Govt. of India Scholarship. ii) The Govt. of Maharashtra provides Free Ship to the students of S.C. , S.T. , VJ.NT, O.B.C. and S.B.C. category students. iii) Govt. of Maharashtra provides scholarship for economical backward class students through Director of Medical Education and Research (DMER) for OPEN category students. iv) Govt. of Maharashtra provides scholarship for Minority category students (Muslim, Shikh, Christian, Parsi, Jain, Buddhist ) through Director of Medical Education and Research (DMER). v) All India shwetamber St. Jain conference, Jain Bhavan, 12, Shaheed Bhagat Sing Marg, New Delhi provides scholarship “Jeewan Prakash Yojana” for Jain category students. vi) Dr. Susil Kumar & Jamila Mitra Charitable Trust , New Delhi provides scholarship for Merit Students (Scholarship for students of Alternative System of Medicine) vii) Akhil Bharat Varshiya Marwadi Agrawal Jatiya Kosh, 227, Kalbadevi Road, Mumbai – 400 002 provides scholarship for Jain category students. viii) B.S.N.L. provides scholarship for their staff member‟s / employee‟s wards. ix) Award of Merit Scholarship to the wards of employees of the Central Ware Housing Corporation for pursing higher studies in profession course. (Rs. 600/- per month) x) C.B. Chajed Charitable Turst, 13, Manik Apartment, B.S. Road, Dadar (W), Mumbai provides scholarship to Jain category students. xi) Shri. Khandesh Oswal Shikshan Sanstha ,Jalgaon provides scholarship to Jain category students. xii) Haji Ali Dargah Trust , Lala Lajpatrai Marg, Mumbai – 400 026 provides scholarship to Muslim category students. st xiii) Mulla Adamji Mulla Hasanali Jhanjharia Charity Trust , R.No. –K-1, 1 Floor, 67/69, Dada Manzil, Mohammed Ali Road, Mumbai – 400 003 provides scholarship to Muslim category students. xiv) Dayambai Adamji Rangwala Trsut , 18/20, Cawasji Patel Street, Jeevan Jyot, II B, Fort, Mumbai – 400 023 provides scholarship to Muslim category students. xv) Department of Post, India, Office of Chief Post Master General , Maharashtra Circle, Mumbai – 400 001 provides scholarship to their employees wards. xvi) Maulana Azad Minorities Financial Development Corporation Ltd., Mumbai (Minority Development Department, Govt. of Maharashtra , Mantralaya, Mumbai) D. D. nd Building, 2 Floor, Old Custom House, Shahid Bhagating Road, Mumbai-400 023 provides Education Loan Scheme to the students. GURU MISHRI HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL TEACHING STAFF S. Name of the Teacher Designation Qualification Subject N. 1 Dr. B. L. Dudhamal Principal / MD Anatomy Professor 2 Dr. Byas Deb Ghosh Reader MD Anatomy 3 Dr. Sonar Swanand Arun Lecturer MD Anatomy 4 Dr. V. P. Vaidya Professor MBBS/ DPH Physiology 5 Dr. Jitendra Kasliwal Reader BHMS Physiology 6 Dr. Pardeshi Geetanjali H. Lecturer M.D. Physiology 7 Dr. Mrs. K.B. Gaikwad Professor DHMS Pharmacy 8 Dr. Sonali Gautamsing Munot Reader M.D. Pharmacy 9 Dr. Hiwrale Smita Prakash Lecturer M.D. Pharmacy 10 Dr. U. S. Herkar Reader DHMS H.M.M. 11 Dr. Lakhotiya Vaishali Lecturer M.D. H.M.M. Shamsunder 12 Dr. L. D. Gomte Professor DHMS / Gr.BHMS Organon 13 Dr. T. T. Bisen Lecturer M.D. Oragnon 14 Dr. R. M. Pawar Reader Graded BHMS Pathology 15 Dr. Kapre Mandar Laxman Lecturer M.D. (Hom) Pathology 16 Dr. V. B. Desarda Professor DHMS F.M.T. 17 Dr. Gosavi Vaishali R. Lecturer M.D. (Hom) F.M.T. 18 Dr. Jain Ramesh Lakhichand Professor M.D. (Hom) Surgery 19 Dr. Rajesh K. Kasliwal Lecturer M.D. (Hom) Surgery 20 Dr. A. G. Deshpande Professor MBBS OB/GY Dip in OBGY 21 Dr. V. S. Kasliwal Reader DHMS Organon 22 Dr. Taur Ashvini Shivajirao Lecturer M.D. (Hom) Organon 23 Dr. Prakash G. Gaikwad Reader DHMS Medicine 24 Dr. Vipin Balaprasad Jethiliya Lecturer M.D. (Hom) Medicine 25 Dr. R. B. Wagh Reader DHMS H.M.M. Sr. No. Fees Amount (Rs,) Remarks 1 Annual Tuition Fees 30,000/- For One Year 2 Admission Fees 5,000/- Per Annum 3 Other Charges 1,250/- Per Annum Note : 1) Above fees is annual fees must pay at the time of admission at every year. I-BHMS duration is 1 ½ year (18 months). The total fees will be Rs. 30,000 + 15,000= 45,000/- for I –BHMS year. 2) In II-BHMS, III-BHMS, IV-BHMS annual tuition fees will be the Rs. 30,000/- only. Admission fees and other charges at every annual year. 3) Fees must be paid at the time of admission at every year. 4) No late fees will be charged upto the one month time. After one month time late fees will be charged. Part – B – University Fees : 1) Eligibility fees, Examination fees, Students Welfare fees, N.S.S. , Ashwamedh , sports fees etc. 2) Every student has to pay University prescribed eligibility, enrolment fees only for I-BHMS year. 3) Eligibility fees for open category merit students round about Rs. 3300/-. 4) University eligibility fees for S.C. / S.T. students is Rs. 600/- 5) N.R.I. category students eligibility fees Rs. 7,800/-. Note : Above fees is subject to as per Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik decision. Eligibility fees has to pay within month after admission as date stipulated. Once fees paid not refund in any case (MUHS decision) 6) Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik examination fees before three months prior to the appearing examination as date stipulated by University around about Rs. 2000 to 3000 for every examination. 7) Other than University eligibility and examination fees every students has to pay annually N.S.S. / Sports / Medi-claim fees with examination fees may be round about Rs. 100/- Part – C – Educational Tour Fees : As per the teacher decision Tour may arrange in a year, full expenditure of traveling, accommodation and other charges must be born by every students. As per the expenditure and its contribution. Part – D – Hostel Fees 1) Students those who want accommodation in the Hostel they have to pay accommodation and mess charges (food charges) annually at the time of admission. 2) For annual year 2009-2010 accommodation fees is of Rs. 8,000/- 3) Annual food charges for 10 months is of Rs. 9,000/- no monthly payment or installment in accommodation and canteen mess fess. Scholarship : 1) Govt. of India (GOI) Scholarship for S.C., S.T., VJNT, OBC and SBC students from Social Welfare Department. 2) Free ship (Govt. of Maharashtra) for S.C., S.T., VJNT, OBC and SBC students from Social Welfare Department. Scholarship for Economical Backward class students from D.M.E.R. , Mumbai for only open category.
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