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									 Information Brochure and Application Form

                      for

     Admission to MBBS & BDS
             against NRI seats
                          in
         Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak
Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Medical Research &
           Education Agroha (Hisar)
                      and
          Govt. Dental College, Rohtak


                   2008-09




  MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY
      ROHTAK-124 001 (INDIA)
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          Important Information

Last Date of Receipt of       :   21-8-2008
Application Form by the           (upto 5.00 p.m.)
University


Date of Counselling           :   26-8-2008
Venue                         :   Pt. B.D. Sharma
                                  PGIMS, Rohtak

Price                         :   At Counter Rs. 1500/-
                                  By Regd. Post Rs. 1550/-
                                  (in India)
                                  By Air Mail Rs. 1700/-
                                  (outside India)




Information Brochure can be obtained from the
Assistant Registrar, (Publication Cell), Maharshi
Dayanand University, Rohtak - 124 001




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                         VICE-CHANCELLOR
                           PROF. R.P. HOODA

 Concerned Officers of the University
 Name and                                                   Telephones
 Designation                                                Office
                                                            (Code-01262)

 Registrar                                                      274640
 Dr. S.P. Vats                                                  233706

 Dean, Faculty of Medical Sciences                              211307
 Dr. S.S. Sangwan

 Dean, Faculty of Dental Sciences                               213876
 Dr. Sanjay Tiwari

 Dean, Academic Affairs                                         215796
 Dr. Surinder Kumar

 Dean, College Development Council                              274532
 Prof. Daleep Singh

 Dean, Students’ Welfare                                        215564
 Prof. Rajbir Singh

 Proctor                                                        272436
 Prof. K.P.S. Mahalwar

 Controller of Examinations                                     274169
 Sh. K.C. Dadwal

For any enquiry, please contact at Phone No. 01262-292354 and 01262-211307.


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      MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY ROHTAK
1.1   Maharshi Dayanand University, initially known as Rohtak University, Rohtak, was
      established by an Act of Legislature of Haryana in 1976 with the objective to
      promote inter-disciplinary higher education and research in the field of
      environmental, ecological and life sciences. Initially it was a unitary and residential
      University, but in November 1978, its character was changed and it became an
      affiliating University. Through an amendment in the Act in 1977, it was named after
      the great revolutionary and social reformer, Maharshi Dayanand and came to be
      known as Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak.
                The University Grants Commission recognized this University under section
      2(f) for the recognition of degrees and under section 12(b) of the University Grants
      Commission Act for central grants on Feb. 2, 1983.
1.2   Location
      The University is situated at Rohtak, a District Headquarter of Haryana, about 75
      kms from Delhi on Delhi-Hissar National Highway (NH-10). It is at a distance of
      about 240 kms from Chandigarh, the State Capital. It is well connected by rail
      and road. Rohtak is an educationally forward town where facilities of education in
      all fields are available.
1.3   Jurisdiction
      The jurisdiction of the University extends to the districts of Rohtak, Jhajjar, Bhiwani,
      Mohindergarh, Mewat, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Sonepat and Rewari and all
      Institutions/Colleges of General Education, Engineering, Technology, Pharmacy,
      Computer Sciences, Medical, Dental Sciences, Ayurveda etc. located in these
      districts are affiliated to this University. Maharaja Agarssain Institute of Medical
      Sciences & Research, Agroha (Distt. Hissar) is also affiliated to this University.
      Presently 335 Colleges/Institutes of various disciplines are affiliated with the
      University.
1.4   Campus
      The University Campus is spread over a sprawling area of over 700 acres. The
      boundary of the campus extends from Rohtak-Delhi Road to Rohtak-Delhi railway
      line and from Pt. BD Sharma PGIMS to Western Yamuna Canal. The campus is
      well laid with state of art buildings and wide road network. It presents a spectacle
      of harmony in architecture and natural beauty. There are as many as 10 Teaching
      Blocks, 8 Hostels, a Central Library, Campus School, Health Centre, Faculty
      House, Sports Stadium, Community Centre, Swimming Pool, Shopping Complex,
      Multipurpose Gymnasium Hall and an Administrative Block. About 400 residential
      houses are available for faculty members and non-teaching staff. Construction of a
      magnificent Auditorium is going on which will be ready by the beginning of the
      session. A Branch of State Bank of India and another of Central Co-operative
      Bank are available on the Campus.
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1.5   Accreditation by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
      The University Grants Commission has an autonomous National Assessment and
      Accreditation Council (NAAC), which has been assigned the task of accreditation
      and assessment of the Universities and Colleges. The Peer Team of the NAAC
      visited the University on February 18-20, 2003 for assessment and accreditation
      of the University. On the basis of the report submitted by the team, the National
      Assessment and Accreditation Council has granted the Maharshi Dayanand
      University B++ Grade with institutional score of 80.25. The Peer Team was highly
      impressed by the infrastructural facilities available in the University. It has made
      remarkable comments about the teaching-learning and evaluation system of the
      University. It has observed that the University has developed potential for achieving
      excellence in teaching, research and extension. The University endeavors to harvest
      the available resources to achieve excellence for which there is great potential.
1.6   University Teaching Departments
      There are 31 Teaching Departments in the University which provide postgraduate
      teaching and research. The M.B.A. course of the University ranks among top 50
      and the M.C.A. course among top 20 in India. The Departments of Sociology
      and Psychology are covered under Special Assistance Programme of the UGC.
      Similarly, the Department of Physics and the Department of Chemistry are covered
      under F.I.S.T. of the Department of Science & Technology of the Government of
      India for which financial assistance to the tune of Rs. 30 lac for Department of
      Chemistry and Rs. 9 lac for Department of Physics has been provided by the
      Govt. of India. The X Plan UGC’s Visiting Expert Committee has made the following
      observations about the Departments :-
              “Performance of Bio-Science and Social Sciences is
              excellent. University has a well managed & utilized
              Central Library. The committee appreciated the
              initiatives proposed by the University namely Institute
              of Development Studies (IDS) and Centre of Indian
              System of Medicine. Some of the Departments have
              publications of National and International repute to
              their credit. Departments also organize seminars,
              symposia and conferences.”
              The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, a growing Department, has
      laudable achievements to its credit. All India Council of Technical Education has
      sanctioned a grant of Rs. 5.30 lakh to the Department for the establishment of
      Industry Institute Partnership Cell. The objective of the proposed cell is to encourage
      academic-industry interaction in various areas such as collaborative research,
      training of staff and students, campus interviews and guest lectures by experts of
      Pharmaceutical Industry to familiarize Pharmacy students with regard to
      Pharmaceutical technology advancements and future trends. Prof. A.K. Madan is
      the Chief Coordinator of Industry Institute Partnership Cell sanctioned by AICTE.
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                The University has started ‘Advanced Centre for Bio Technology’ from
       the session 2006-07 and introduced two new job oriented courses, M.Sc. (Medical
       Bio-Technology) and M.Sc. (Food Processing Technology), besides M.Sc. (Bio-
       Technology). The Dept. of Mathematics has started a new prestigious course of
       M.Sc. (Mathematics with Computer Science) from the session 2006-07 .
                The Department of Computer Science & Applications and Institute of
       Management Studies & Research have very magnificent computer labs having
       125 computers in each lab with Internet facility. Computer papers have been
       introduced in all the courses with a view to make the students aware of computer
       application in their fields of education. Computer labs are also available in almost
       all the Departments of the University. Lab equipments of latest technology are
       available in the labs of all Departments for teaching and research. Besides teaching,
       the students and faculty members are also encouraged to undertake research.
1.7    Central Library
                The Central Library is the nerve centre of the University. Every year more
       than Rs. 75 lac are spent on the purchase of books and Research Journals including
       Foreign Journals. There are 292998 books including back sets of Journals. 570
       Journals including magazines/newspapers are subscribed to by the University
       Library. The Library subscribes to 2000 E-Journals through UGC Infonet Project.
       For Internet Based Services 100 computer sets of the library have been fitted with
       internet connections. The extended part of the Library Building has started
       functioning w.e.f. November, 2007. Now the total floor area of the Library is
       (63000+21000 sq. ft.) 84000 sq. ft. extended to three storeys. The Library remains
       open from 9-00 a.m. to 8-00 p.m. on all the days of year (except on five national
       holidays). The Rear Hall of the Library remains open round the clock.
                The Library Building has been constructed on a most modern design which
       has 5 Reading-Cum-Stack Halls, two Seminar Halls, one Video Library, Thesis
       and Rare Book Section, Reference Text Book Section, Text Book Section, Digital/
       E-Library Section. The Library has a seating capacity of 1100 readers. Institute of
       Management Studies and Research (IMSAR), Department of Engineering &
       Technology/MCA/DDE, Law, Sociology and Mathematics have departmental
       libraries. The University is planning to strengthen departmental libraries.
1.8.   Directorate of Distance Education
       In addition to regular courses, the University is running distance education
       courses through the Directorate of Distance Education for the benefit of
       students, particularly girl students and those belonging to working class
       who are unable to enroll themselves in regular courses. Presently, the
       following courses are being run through distance education mode:



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Sr.     Programme Offered Duration                        Nature of
No.                                                      Programme
1.      B.A.Three year course                            U.G. Degree
2.      B.Com.Three year course                          U.G. Degree
3.      M.A. Two year course                             P.G. Degree
        i) English
        ii) Hindi
        iii) Sanskrit
        iv) History
        v) Pol. Science
        vi) Economics
        vii) Public Administration
        viii) Geography from July 2008
4.      M.Sc. (Mathematics) Two year course                P.G. Degree
5.      M.Com. Two year course                             P.G. Degree
6.      B.Ed. (N.C.T.E. recognized)Two year course         U.G. Degree
7.      B.L.I.Sc.One year course                           U.G. Degree
8.      Computer/IT Programmes
        i) B.C.A.Three year course                         U.G. Degree
        ii) A.P.G.D.C.A.One year course                    P.G. Diploma
        iii)M.Sc.(ComputerScience)Twoyearcourse            P.G. Degree
        iv) M.C.A. Three year course                       P.G. Degree
9.      M.B.A. & BBATwo year course                        P.G. Degree
10.     M.L.I. Sc. One year course                         P.G. Degree
11.     P.G. Diploma in Application of
        Psychology from July 2008 One year course          P.G Diploma
1.9.    Hostels
        There are 8 Hostels (4 for Boys and 4 for Girls) which have a capacity to
        accommodate as many as 1200 residents. The hostels provide homely atmosphere
        to the residents. Each Girls’ Hostel is looked after by a full time Lady Warden.
        Indoor games and recreational facilities are available in each hostel. STD and
        canteen facilities are available in each hostel. Mess in each hostel is run by the
        residents on cooperative basis and hygienic food at very reasonable charges is
        made available to the residents.
1.10.   Institute of Development Studies
        University is on the path to achieve academic excellence through adoption of
        advanced research and innovative teaching methodology. It has established the
        Institute of Development Studies which will further prove to be socially relevant
        and beneficial to the students in research oriented higher studies. The Planning
        Commission has assigned the job of preparation of Development Report of Haryana
        State to the Institute in collaboration with Kurukshetra University.

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1.11   Students’ Activities and Sports
       University Sports Department is on the path to achieve excellence in sports activities.
       Sports Department possess excellent infrastructure facilities which include a modern
       indoor gymnasium Hall for all indoor activities, an international standard size
       swimming pool, Squash Court, Athletic track and a sprawling sports complex
       which has all playfields for the university students. Every year sports department
       organizes about 60 inter-college tournaments for men and women players of the
       colleges affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak. Sports department organizes
       coaching camps and send the teams for inter-university participation.
                For the session 2007-08 the sports department organized all inter-college
       tournaments as per university calendar, arranged coaching camps and near about
       600 players were sent to participate in the north-zone, north-east zone and All
       India Inter-University tournaments. The university secured 9 positions in All India
       Inter-University tournaments and one position in north-zone inter-university
       tournament. The details of winning positions are given as under :-
       1. Wrestling (Men)                  1st position in AIIU Wrestling Tournament
       2. Wrestling (Women)                1st                                      -do-
       3. Kho-Kho (Men)                    1st position in AIIU Tournament
       4. Cross-Country (M)                2nd                                      -do-
       5. Judo (Men)                       2nd                                      -do-
       6. Judo (Women)                     3rd                                      -do-
       7. Baseball (Men)                   3rd                                      -do-
       8. Wt. Lifting (Men)                3rd                                      -do-
       9. Korfball                         4th                                      -do-
       10. Badminton (Men)                 3rd in North-zone inter-university tournament
1.12   University Centre for Competitive Examinations
       In the year 1989, University started a scheme for coaching classes for various
       competitive examinations for the students of all categories including SC/ST and
       Minority Communities. Special provision in the form of concessions and incentives
       has been made to encourage students belonging to SC/ST and Backward classes
       of Haryana to avail themselves of coaching-cum-consultancy facilities at the Centre.
       At present, coaching-cum-consultancy facilities are being provided by the Centre
       for the following competitive examinations :-
       i)       Indian Civil Services Examinations (Main and Preliminary).
       ii)      J.R.F. & Eligibility for Lectureship Test conducted by U.G.C.
       iii)     N.D.A. and C.D.S. Examinations (including S.S.B.).
       iv)      Probationary Officers Test.
       v)       Various Examinations conducted for recruitment of Central Excise and
                Income Tax Inspectors.

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1.13   University Health Centre
       The University Health Centre offers preventive and medical treatment. One full
       time doctor is available alongwith para medical staff. The Health Centre caters to
       all the health care needs of entire student community i.e. all the students of M.D.
       University Teaching Departments & University Campus School . It also provides
       consultation services to the Teaching and Non-Teaching staff of the University.
1.14   National Service Scheme
       To provide an opportunity to the students to understand and appreciate the
       conditions and problems of the community and to inculcate among them a sense of
       social consciousness and dignity of labour and bring them closer to the community,
       the National Service Scheme has been introduced in the Teaching Departments as
       well as in all the affiliated/maintained Colleges of the University. Students enrolled
       under the scheme have to render 120 hours of Community Service under normal
       activities or 150 hours under NPFL and to participate in a 10 day NSS Special
       Camp in a year. Students are also given opportunities to participate in Youth
       Leadership Training Camps, Adventure Tours, National Integration Camps etc.
       NSS volunteers doing exceptionally good work are awarded University Merit
       Certificates. Dedicated NSS volunteers are also awarded Merit Certificates,
       Commendation Certificates at the University level and Freeships, Prizes and College
       Colours at College level.
1.15   SC/ST Cell
       The University has set up a special SC/ST Cell for the upliftment of SC/ST and
       other reserved category candidates. The Cell is making earnest efforts for effective
       implementation of the policies and programmes relating to appointments,
       promotions, admissions etc. of SC/ST candidates. All the policies and programmes
       of the UGC/Govt. of India/State Govt. received from time to time are implemented
       in letter and spirit and are given wide publicity.
1.16   Foreign Students’ Cell
       The University has established a full-fledged Foreign Students’ office which is
       headed by a Senior Faculty Member to provide service to international students
       through single window system. There is a provision to create 15% additional
       supernumerary seats for foreign candidates in each University Teaching
       Department with the consent of the Head of the Department. For details, a
       separate prospectus/ Handbook of Information can be obtained from the office
       of Foreign Students’ Cell.
1.17   University Employment & Guidance Bureau
       A University Employment Information & Guidance Bureau is also functioning in
       the University to help students in their educational and vocational planning and
       offers them employment and training information/advice. It also provides news on
       employment trends, development projects, recruitment methods, occupational

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       reviews, scholarships and fellowships in India and abroad, assistance in securing
       part time/full-time employment/self employment and seeking admissions in various
       institutions and Universities. The Bureau also conducts surveys and arranges
       coaching classes for various competitive examinations.
1.18   Computer Centre
       The University has a well maintained Computer Centre with the financial assistance
       of UGC for use by teachers and students of various University Teaching Departments
       and the University Offices.
1.19   Guidance and Counselling Cell-A Centre for Positive Health
       University has established a ‘Guidance and Counselling Cell-A Centre for Positive
       Health’ in the Department of Psychology for the University students with the objective
       to provide Health Care and Promotional Services. The Cell also provides Educational
       and Vocational guidance. In addition, to cater to the psychological needs of the
       students, the centre provides personal and career counselling to them. Boosting
       harmonious relationship and developing effective communication skills are the primary
       objectives of the cell.
1.20   Scholarships
       The following Scholarships, Stipends, Prizes etc. are available in the University
       Teaching Departments and Post Graduate Regional Centre, Rewari :-
       A.      Scholarships
               1.     University Special Scholarship
               2.     University Merit Scholarship
               3.     Scholarship for P.G. Diploma in Translation.
               4.     National Loan Scholarship of the Govt. of India.
               5.     National Merit Scholarship.
               6.     University Research Scholarship.
               7.     State Govt. Merit Scholarship/Haryana State Silver Jubilee
                      Scholarship.
               8.     Scheduled Caste Scholarships.
               9.     Lion Joseph Mc Loughlin Scholarship.
               10.    Pehlwan Harnarayan Phogat Memorial Scholarship.
               11.    Dr. Silak Ram Phogat Memorial Scholarship.
               12.    Sh. Bimal Prashad Jain Memorial Scholarship.
               13.    Usha Rani Sharma Memorial Scholarship.
               14.    Smt. Ram Kaur & Lt. Col. Bije Singh Scholarship.
               15.    Chander Kanta Katyal Memorial Scholarship.
               16.    46th All India Commerce Conference Commemorative
                      Scholarship.
               17.    Late Smt. Man Bhari Devi Scholarship.
               18.    Dr. P.P. Singh Memorial Scholarship.
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               19.    Sh. Mukesh Gupta Educational Scholarship.
               20     Ch. Badlu Ram Scholarship.
               21.    Ch. Chhotu Ram Cash Grant.
               22.    Sh. Dharmpal Ghangas Memorial Scholarship.
               23.    Kalpana Chawla Memorial Scholarship.
               24.    L.P.S. Scholarship & L.P.S. Bossard Scholarship.
               25.    Sh. Ranbir Singh Memorial Scholarship.
               26.    Sh. K.C. Shastri M. Charitable Trust Scholarship.
       B.      Stipends
               1.     Stipends for the students of SC/BC categories.
               2.     Stipends Awarded by the District Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen’s
                      Boards.
               3.     Post Graduate Stipends.
               4.     General Stipends.
       C.      Prizes
               Acharya Ram Dev Prize is awarded annually to the student standing first
               in M.A. (History) examination of this University.
       D.      Students’Aid Funds
              Financial assistance to the poor and deserving students is given out of the
       Students’ Aid Fund in the form of lump-sum grants.
1.21   Department of Students’ Welfare
       The University has an efficient department designed for the welfare of the students
       of University located in the south block of newly constructed University Auditorium.
       The department organizes various activities in every stream of Art, Culture and
       Adventure and the Calendar of Activities of the department during a session is the
       largest one amongst Indian Universities. From this session well designed and
       modular furnished Common Rooms for boys and girls separately are being
       prepared with the facilities of newspapers, magazines, indoor games and a pantry.
       The department shares the expenditure of educational tours organized by various
       departments. Bus and railway pass facilities are being provided to the bonafide
       students of UTD.
       A large number of camps and adventure courses like Trekking, Youth Leadership
       Training Camps, Rock Climbing, Snow Skiing, Value based Spiritual Course,
       Personality Development Camp etc. are organized for the bonafide students of
       University.
       Six Zonal Youth Festivals and one Inter-Zonal Youth Festival consisting of 37
       events of Music, Dance, Theatre, Literary, Fine Arts and Sanskrit events are
       organized during a session.
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        Besides organizing various kinds of youth festivals, Camps and Courses, DSW
        office also provides financial assistance to the needy and deserving students out of
        Students Aid Fund, Dr. Radha Krishna Fund and Cultural Fund etc.
        Two effective NSS Units for girls and boys separately function at the University
        campus which organize various social service programmes during the year.
        For the development of sports activities on the campus, there is a Unit of Sports
        which organises various sports contests during the year under the supervision of
        Campus Sports Committee.
        Besides the Department also sponsors teams and individuals for participation in
        the various contests and events organized by other Universities in India.

           ABOUT PT. B.D. SHARMA PGIMS, ROHTAK
LOCATION
          Pt. B.D. Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences is situated at
Rohtak city which is at about 70 k.m. from Delhi on Delhi-Hisar-Sirsa-Fazilka National
Highway (NH-10). It is at a distance of about 250 kms. from Chandigarh. It is well
connected by rail and road. Auto-rickshaws are easily available from the Railway
station and Bus stand to this Institute and the charges are reasonable i.e. Rs. 5/- only.
It is the only Institution, in this field, run by the State Govt. of Haryana. This Institute
was started under the name of Medical College, Rohtak in 1960. It is territory care
teaching hospital of State with 1240 beds. This Institute has a total of 33 departments
including 7 super speciality departments. All departments provide best quality of
teaching and patient care in this respective fields. Besides, MBBS/BDS courses the
MD/DNB course are run in 21 specialities with 86 seats and PG Diploma course in 9
specialities with 49 seats. MDS/DNB courses are also run in this Institute. It has also
a Nursing College & a Pharmacy School. Training in Radiography Course and
Ophthalmic Asstt. Course is also being provided here.
CAMPUS
          The Institute is situated over a sprawling area of about 350 acres. The climate
and weather of this city is almost the same as of Delhi and its surroundings.
HOSTELS
          There are separate hostels for boys and girls situated near the college and
Hospital. These hostels consist of 8 blocks in Boys hostel, 6 blocks in Girls hostel &
5 blocks in Doctors hostel. Hundred percent accommodations in the hostels is available.
There is also a facility of canteen in each Hostel. There is adequate number of co-
operative messes run by students themselves for food facilities in all hostels.
LIBRARY
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Institution. This library is divided into two parts. Part-I is library and Part-II is reading
hall. Students of weaker section/reserved category can avail the facility of obtaining
the books of their course from the Book Bank. Adequate number of Medical and
Dental text books, journals, books of general interests, reading materials for common
people like Newspapers, magazines etc. are available in the Library. Internet facility
is available in computer section of the library for the college staff and students.
THE LIBRARY TIMINGS ARE AS UNDER :-
SUMMER                            WINTER
7 a.m. to 9 p.m.                  9 a.m. to 9 p.m.           (Monday to Saturday)
7 a.m. to 2 p.m.                  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.           (Sunday and Holiday)
Reading hall remains open upto 2 p.m. every day
IDENTITY CARD & UNIFORM :-
        There is a photography section (Illustration deptt.) - Int. telephone No. 2294,
in the Anatomy department. Students can get their identity card prepared from this
section on every MONDAY and THURSDAY from 11.00 a.m. to 12 noon. Wearing
of proper uniform by the students is mandatory.
1ST PROF MBBS SUBJECTS AND LOCATION OF THEIR DEPARTMENTS:-
       The departments of 1st Prof. subjects i.e. Anatomy, Bio-chemistry &
Physiology are located as under with Tel. Nos. & names of Head of Deptts.
1. Anatomy Dr. (Mrs.) Sudha Chhabra ground floor main College bldg. 2309
2. Physiology Dr. (Mrs.) Sushma Sood 1st floor main College bldg. 2417/2317
3. Bio-chem. Dr. (Mrs.) Veena Ghalaut 1st floor, near Doctors hostel 2579/2311
SUBJECTS & LOCATION OF DEPARTMENTS OF BDS :-
       The subjects and location of departments of BDS are same as of MBBS
except Dental Material and this department is situated in Dental College.
TEACHING TIMINGS OF MBBS
SUMMER 8.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. WINTER                      9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
       (no lunch break)                                   (1.00 to 2.00 p.m. lunch-break)
       No ragging is permitted and strict action is taken against the defaulters. The
students have to stay in the town or hostel. No one is allowed to commute. Prior
permissions required for staying in the town.
       The name of the student(s) who remain(s) absent from classes for more than
15 days at a stretch will be struck off from the college rolls without giving any notice.


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OTHERS
        There is a shopping complex in the campus, which includes a POST OFFICE
and a branch of STATE BANK OF INDIA with ATM facilities. A POLICE POST is
also stationed near this shopping complex with Tel No. 212327.
DURATION OF COURSE
        MBBS course is of five and half academic year including one year compulsory
rotating internship. BDS course is of five academic years.
NO. OF SEATS FOR MBBS AND BDS COURSES
M.B.B.S.        5 Seats              Pt. B.D,. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak
M.B.B.S.        3 Seats              MAIMRE, Agroha (Hisar)
B.D.S.          2 Seats              Govt. Dental College, Rohtak
2.       IMPORTANT INFORMATION
  i) Information Brouchure containing application forms and eligibility conditions
      may be obtained from the Assistant Registrar (Publication Cell) of the University
      on any working day on cash payment of 1500/- or by post sending Bank Draft Rs.
      1550/- ( In India) and Rs. 1700/-(out side india) in favour of Finance Officer,
      Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (Code No. 4734). The request by post
      must reach to the Assistant Registrar (Publication Cell) At least 7 days before the
      last date of receipt of application form. The Information Brouchure and Application
      form and can also be down loaded from University website
      www.mdurohtak.com.and should be accompanied with a Bank Draft drawn in favour
      of Finance Officer M.D.University Rohtak payable at Rohtak for Rs. 1500/-.
  ii) The last date of receipt of application form is 21-08-08 and the counselling will be
      held 26-08-08 at 9.00 am in the office of Director Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS Rohtak.
      The Application received late shall be rejected.
ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS
1)   He/She will attain the age of 17 or more on 31-12-2008
     Note :- The age shall be determined as per entry in the Matriculation/Higher
     Secondary or its Equivalent Certificate.
2)   Candidates must have passed Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination
     (10+2) of Board of School Education, Haryana or an examination recognized as
     equivalent thereto with atleast 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken
     together and must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology &
     English Individually, in qualifying examination.
3)   I. The candidates against NRI seats in the PGIMS, Rohtak/MAIMRE, Agroha/
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            and Dental College, Rohtak will be admitted on merit determined on the basis
            of marks obtained in the qualifying 10+2 examination of HSEB/CBSE/ICSE
            or equivalent examination. The equivalence, merit and eligibility of the candidates
            will be determined by the Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, who will
            issue eligibility certificate. For admission to State Medical/Dental College,
            candidates shall apply to the Assistant Registrar (R-II), Maharshi Dayanand
            University, Rohtak on the prescribed form for NRI seats.
       II. Fee structure for NRI seats :
            MBBS            25000 US$ at the time admission
                            12500 US$ per year for 4 years
            BDS             10000 US$ at the time of admission
                            5000 US$ per year for four years.
            Note:- a) Fees once deposited shall not be refunded under any
                            circumstances and no correspondence will be entertained.
                      b) In addition to above, other fees including tuition fee etc. and funds
                            will be paid by the candidates as prescribed by the University/
                            College concerned.
       III. Admission of the candidates under NRI category will be made provided they
            fulfil other terms and conditions as laid down for other categories relating to
            age and educational qualifications.
       IV. Admission against seats reserved for NRI candidates will be made in the
            following manner :-
            i) The seats will be filled up from actual NRI of Haryana State.
            ii) If actual NRI candidate of Haryana State are not available then these
                 seats of NRI will be filled up their children/wards.
            iii) If still the seats of NRI remain unfilled then :-
                 a) Actual NRI from the state other than Haryana.
                 b) If actual NRI of other states are not available then these seats of NRI
                      will be filled up from their children/wards.

COUNSELLING
        Counselling will be held on 26-8-2008 at 9.00 a.m. in the office of the
Director, Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak. No separate information will be
sent in this regard.
Note:- i)       The admission will also be regulated as per State Govt. of Haryana.
        ii)     Decision of Counselling Board shall be final.




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                              Application Form for admission to MBBS/BDS Course 2008
                                              AGAINST NRI SEATS


                                                                                                                              Affix your latest
MBBS
                                                                                                                               passport size
OR                                                                                                                            photograph duly
BDS                                                                                                                               attested


LIST OF DOCUMENTS ATTACHED
1. ........................       5 .................................
2. ........................       6 .................................
3. ........................       7 .................................
Note :- Preference will be given to wards of actual NRI belonging to state of Haryana.
1.         Full Name (in block letters):

2.         Sex                                                       Strike out whichever is not applicable.
                              MALE           FEMALE
3.         i) Father’s Name: (in block letters)

           ii) Mother’s Name (in block letters)

4.         Date of birth                                                 Date                          Month                   Year

5.         Full Postal Address (in block letters)
                                                                                .......................................................................
                                                                                .......................................................................
                                                                                .........................PIN CODE
                                                                                Telephone Number (if any)..............................
6.         Details of Studies of 10th, 10+1,10+2 Classes :
Name of               Name of School/                  Roll             Month &Year             Name of                 Result/             Max
Class                 College where                    No.              of passing the          Board/Univ.             Marks               marks
                      studied                                           Exam.                                           Obtained
10th
11th
(10+1)
12th
(10+2)
7.             Details of Marks Obtained in 10+2 or Equivalent Exam.
Subject                               Max. Marks                                Marks obtained                              Percentage

English                                                                 17

Physics

Chemistry

Biology
as in the Prospectus.
         Candidates are advised to send this form duly filled in and complete in all respects to the Asstt.
Registrar (R-II), M.D, University, Rohtak.
         The candidates against NRI category in MBBS/BDS course (PGIMS, Rohtak, MAIMRE, Agroha
and Govt. Dental College, Rohtak) will be admitted on merit determined in the basis of marks obtained in
the qualifying 10+2 examination of BSEB/CBSE or equivalent examination.

Declaration :
        I.....................................(candidate) son/daughter of Shri.............................................................and
resident of Village/Town/City............................Tehsil................................District.....................do solemnly
declare the following as true:
1.      That the information given in this application is absolutely correct and true.
2.      I undertake that if admitted. I will strictly obey all rules and regulations in force at present or that may
        be made/altered/modified hereafter and will do nothing either inside the College or outside it which
        will interfere with its orderly administration and discipline.
3.      If at any time subsequent to my admission. It is discovered that any information given in the application
        or in the attached certificate or in documents produced hereafter is false. I may be removed from the
        College and all fees paid by me confiscated. The authorities may also take any further action against
        me or my father/guardian as it deem fit.
4.      In case my admission is made to MBBS/BDS Course at Pt.B.D. Sharma PGIMS, Rohtak,
        MAIMRE, Agroha/Dental college, Rohtak, I shall abide by the decision of State Govt. regarding
        distribution of seats and payment of fee etc.
6.      I am fully aware of the law regarding ragging as well as the punishment and that if found guilty on this
        account I am liable to be punished.




Signature of the Father/Guardian                                                                           Signature of the Applicant
Date.........................                                                                              Date ..............................
Place........................                                                                              Place..............................

          I certify that particulars of the candidate mentioned in this form are true to the best knowledge.


Write full name and address of                                                                        Signature of Attesting Officer
the attesting officer (in capital letter)                                                                          With Office Seal

Note: This certificate is to be signed by the Principal of the college last attend by the candidate or by first
      class Magistrate or Gazetted officer.

                                                  FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
 Eligible                                  Documents Wanting                                    Not Eligible
                                           1. ............................                      Reason.......................
                                           2. ............................                      ...................................


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 Signature                                 Signature                                            Signature

Admitted Provisionally to MBBS/BDS Course.
                                                                                              Signature Chairman
                                                                                             Admission Committee
                        MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAK
                                         Admit Card (Provisional)
                              MBBS/BDS/BAMS ENTRANCE EXAMINATION 2003
1.         Roll No. ..................................................................
           (to be assigned by the office)                                                                         Space for Affixing
2.         Name (in Block Letter) ............................................................                    photograph duly
3.         i) Father’s Name ....................................................................                  attested by the
                                                                                                                  Principal of the
           ii) Mother’s Name ...................................................................
                                                                                                                  Institution/College
4.         Centre of Examination ...............................................................                  last attended or
           (to be filled in by the office)                                                                        Gazetted Officer


       Signature of Candidate ...............................................................
Note : No candidate will be allowed to enter the Examination Hall without the production of this Admit
       Card.


                                                                                                       CONTROLLER OF EXAMS.


Address for Correspondence                                                     Address for Correspondence
(to be filled in by the candidate neatly in block letters)                     (to be filled in by the candidate neatly in block letters)

Roll No --------------------------------------------------------------         Roll No -------------------------------------------------------------
Name ----------------------------------------------------------------          Name ---------------------------------------------------------------
Address ------------------------------------------------------------           Address -----------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------       ------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------     ------------------------------------------------------------------------
(PIN CODE)                                                                     (PIN CODE)
Phone (with STD Code) :                                                        Phone (with STD Code) :


Address for Correspondence                                                     Address for Correspondence
(to be filled in by the candidate neatly in block letters)                     (to be filled in by the candidate neatly in block letters)


Roll No --------------------------------------------------------------         Roll No ------------------------------------------------------------
Name ----------------------------------------------------------------          Name ---------------------------------------------------------------
Address -------------------------------------------------------------          Address -----------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------      ---------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------     ------------------------------------------------------------------------
(PIN CODE)                                                                19   (PIN CODE)
Phone (with STD Code) :                                                        Phone (with STD Code) :

								
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