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									  RAJIV GANDHI UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, KARNATAKA

    SCHEDULE OF ADMISSIONS TO MAHIRE TIB – M.D. (Unani), MAHIRE
                 JARAHAT – M.S. (Unani) COURSES
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           NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF UNANI MEDICINE, BANGALORE
                                       SESSION - 2007-08

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Date of Notification                                    23 August, 2007

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Downloading of Application Forms                        25 August – 15 September, 2007


Last Date of Submission of Filled in Application
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                                                        15 September, 2007
Forms

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Collection of Hall Tickets from NIUM                    21 September, 2007 (Friday)

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Entrance Test                                           22         September, 2007 (Saturday)

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Declaration of Result / Merit list                      Before 25 September, 2007

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Display of I List & Date of Admission of candidates     5 October, 2007

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Last date for admission of candidates from I List       11 October, 2007 (5.00 PM)

Candidates, who will not complete the admissions by the above time, will automatically lose their

claim for admission and the vacant seats will be filled up from the merit list.

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Display of Subsequent List (if necessary)               23 October, 2007

Last date for admission of candidates from
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                                                        31 October, 2007 (5.00 PM)
subsequent list

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In case a candidate does not join the course up to 31 October, 2007 his/her seat will be declared

vacant and will be offered to other candidates from the merit list.

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Commencement of Classes                                 2         November, 2007




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                                 ADMISSION DETAILS

1. Name of the Course:
    Mahire Tib/Mahire Jarahat* – M.D./M.S* (Unani) in the following subjects.
          (i) Moalejat (Medicine)
          (ii) Ilmul Advia (Pharmacology)
          (iii) Tahaffuzi wa Samaji Tib (PSM)
          (iv) Ilmul Qabalat wa Amraze Niswan (OBG)*
2. Duration of the Course:
    3 years
3. Minimum Qualification:
    A Candidate must have obtained the Kamile Tib wa Jarahat (BUMS) degree or any other degree
    in Unani Medicine as recognized by CCIM and must have completed the 06 months/12 months
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    internship/house job as the case may be, on or before 31 August 2007. The right of admission
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    of any candidate, who does not complete the internship by 31 August 2007 stands
    automatically cancelled.
4. Reservations:
    (i) Presently two seats are reserved for Foreign National Students (One for BIMSTEC Countries
        and the other for other countries). The students nominated by Central Government under this
        Category will be admitted directly in NIUM, on the recommendation of Indian Council for
        Cultural Relations, New Delhi. They will not be required to appear in the Entrance Test.
    (ii) 15% seats are earmarked for Scheduled Castes (SC) and 7.5% for Scheduled Tribes (ST),
         subject to availability of candidates. However, such candidates are required to obtain a
         minimum of 40% marks in the Entrance Test to become eligible for admission under these
         categories.
    (iii) Four seats are reserved under Government of India (GOI) Nomination category. Under this
          category the Teachers/Medical Officers working in any Govt. organisation, nominated by
          Govt. of India, will be admitted directly in NIUM. They will not be required to appear in the
          Entrance Test. No application will be entertained by NIUM for nomination under this category.
          The applications for nomination under this category are submitted directly to the Central
          Govt. through their respective states. However, such students will be required to submit the
          application forms alongwith the prescribed Admission Fee at the time of admissions in NIUM.
    (iv) The seats remaining vacant under GOI nomination category due to non-availability of
         Teachers/Medical Officers, to be nominated by Govt. of India, will be filled up by the
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         candidates who are not in service but belong to the deficient states . However, such
         candidates will have to appear in the Entrance Test and obtain the minimum qualifying marks
         to be eligible for admissions in this category. The candidates belonging to deficient states will
         be admitted subject to availability of the seats under this category only and from the merit list
         of the Entrance test, prepared separately for this category.
    (v) 25% seats are reserved for In-service candidates. The eligibility criteria in this category will
        be 50% marks for general In-service candidates and 40% marks for SC/ST candidates.
    (vi) In case of non-availability of the eligible candidates in any of the above reservation
         categories, the vacant seats will be filled up from the merit list of General students, prepared
         on the basis of the Entrance Test.


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Deficient States : The states where P.G Education facility is not available in the particular discipline.

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     5. Seat Matrix (Discipline wise break up of seats for different categories of students) :


                  I             II      III        IV            V                  VI         VII      VIII
                                    Reservations : Foreign students, S.C, S.T, In-Service and GOI Nominees
                                                             S.C. seats         S.T seats
                                         *        GOI                                          General seats
S. No       Discipline        Total                           (15%≈3)           (7.5%≈2)
                                     Foreign Nominee
                              seats                         In-    Other     In-       Other   In-    Other
                                     students    seats
                                                         Service Students Service Students Service Students
 1      Moalejat                6       1           1                                    1      1        2
 2      Ilmul Advia             5                   1        1       1                          1        1
 3      TST (PSM)               5                   1                1         1                         2
 4      Qabalat/Niswan          4       1           1                                           1        1
           Total Seats         20       2           4        1       2         1         1      3        6

     TST: Tahaffuzi wa Samaji Tib

     * Seats for foreign students under column III are subsumed in the total no. of seats indicated in
       column II.
     6. Entrance Test:
     Entrance Test will be conducted by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka, at NIUM,
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     Bangalore. The Test will be held from 10:00 AM to 11.40 AM on 22 September 2007. The medium
     of examination will be English. The candidates should indicate their choice of answer with Black /
     Blue Ball Pen only.
     7. Marks of Entrance Test:
     The Entrance Test paper shall be of 100 marks containing objective type questions covering all the
     subjects of BUMS Course. Each question will carry one mark. The duration of the paper will be 100
     minutes.
     Students will have to select the correct answer out of four alternatives. One mark will be given for
     each correct answer. If more than one alternative is indicated for a question, the answer will be
     considered as invalid and over-writing or ambiguously marked answers will be considered as invalid.
     There will be no negative marking for any incorrect answer.
     The complaint against the question, if any, should be submitted to the office of the chief
     Superintendent Entrance Test Centre, within one hour after completion of the test on the same day.
     After which no complaint will be entertained.
     8. Determination of Merit:
     Candidates belonging to General category must obtain at least 50% of marks in the entrance test.
     Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) category students are required to obtain 40%
     marks in the Entrance Test to become eligible for Admission. However, securing mere Eligibility
     marks does not guarantee admission, which will be according to the merit of the Entrance Test.
     9. Admission Procedure:
          (i)         The Admission Committee shall scrutinise all the application forms for the option of
                      subjects given by the candidates.
          (ii)        The eligible candidates shall be admitted on the basis of merit, subject to availability of
                      seats and according to their options/preference of subject.
          (iii)       In case a candidate found eligible and stands on merit in more than one subject shall be
                      admitted as per his/her order of preference.



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     (iv)    In case more than one student secure equal marks in the Entrance Test then the criteria
             of preference will be given to the student of higher age.
     (v)     The vacancies arising out of non-joining of the candidate shall be filled on the basis of
             merit-cum-preference within the stipulated dates. Such candidates should join the
             Institute by the specific time mentioned already.
10. Declaration of Results / Merit list:
Result/ Merit list will be notified within four days of the test.
11. Application for Admission:
A candidate must apply for admission on prescribed Application Form. Application Forms, Instructions
and other details can be downloaded from the Institute’s website www.nium.in or from the University
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website www.rguhs.ac.in from 25 August to 15 September 2007. Application forms will not be
sent by post to the candidates.
12. Entrance Test Fee:
The Entrance Test fee must be paid in the form of demand draft drawn in favour of “The Director,
National Institute of Unani Medicine, payable at Bangalore”.

      General / In-Service Category             Rs. 1000/-
      SC / ST Category                          Rs. 400/-


13. Submission of Application Form:
The candidate must ensure that the filled in application form completed in all aspects along with
demand draft towards Entrance test fee should reach the office of “The Director, National Institute
of Unani Medicine, Kottigepalya, Magadi Main Road, Bangalore-560091 on or before
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15 September 2007. The envelope containing the Form should be super scribed “Application for
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P.G.E.T. (M.D. Unani)”. Application Forms received after 15 September 2007 or incomplete
Application Form in any respect will not be considered and no correspondence in this regard will be
entertained.
14. General Instructions for Filling the Application Form:
     (i) The Candidates shall fill the Application Form in their own handwriting. They must go through
         the instructions and other details of admission carefully before filling the application form.
     (ii) It is the responsibility of the candidates to ensure that their Application Form reaches the
          Institute before the prescribed time and they should fill the correct address legibly on the self-
          addressed envelope for necessary correspondence, if required.
     (iii) Every candidate has to opt the subject of speciality, in the application form in order of his/her
           preference.
     (iv) Candidate should clearly mention the category (General, In-Service, SC, ST etc.) under
          which they seek admission in the column provided in the Application Form.
     (v) Applicants are advised to send the filled in Application Form well in advance preferably by
         speed post to avoid any delay. The Institute will not be responsible for any postal delay. The
         application forms received without the prescribed fee and also received after the due date
         even with the fee will be rejected.
     (vi) The right of admission of any candidate, who does not complete the internship by
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          31 August, 2007 stands automatically cancelled.
15. Other Instructions to candidates:
 The candidates shall be present at the centre 30 minutes before the commencement of the test.


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   Only the candidates who possess the Hall Ticket shall be allowed to appear for the Entrance
    Test. In case of loss of Hall Ticket, the candidates should contact the Chief Superintendent of the
    centre one hour earlier for assistance.
   No Candidate shall copy from the paper of any other candidate or permit his / her own papers to
    be copied or attempt to give or seek any illegal assistance.
   No candidate will be admitted to the examination hall after fifteen minutes of the start of the
    Entrance Test.
   No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall before the end of the first thirty
    minutes. Candidates leaving the hall prior to the end of the Entrance Test, will have to hand over
    the question paper and OMR sheet to room invigilator and collect the same at the end of the test.
   No candidate should leave the room without handing over his / her OMR sheet to the Invigilator.
   Candidate should sign the attendance sheet as per the instructions of the invigilator
   Silence must be observed in the examination hall. Any candidate found guilty of disorderly or
    improper conduct will be liable for expulsion from the examination hall and will be debarred from
    the Entrance test by the Chief Superintendent of the centre.
   Candidates are not permitted to carry any electronic gadgets like Pager, Cell Phone, Blue tooth
    etc., into the examination hall.
   Candidates defacing the OMR sheet or erasing the marked oval by eraser/blade/any sharp
    object are liable for disqualification.
   The answer sheet will be evaluated by using imaging technology. Hence even an inadvertent,
    tiny drop/mark of pen/ink on the other oval makes the answer invalid.
   Read the instructions given in the OMR sheet before marking.
   Candidates will have to make their own arrangement for stay in Bangalore during the time of test
    and no accommodation will be provided by the institute.
   The Entrance Test fee and the Admission Fee are neither refundable nor transferable.

   Admission will be granted subject to being medically fit.

   The University / Director reserves the right to accept/reject any Application Form or to amend any
    rules and regulations or cancel any admission without assigning any reason there of.

   No transfer of admission will be allowed from any other college in MD/MS (Unani) Course.

   The original documents of admitted candidates will remain with Institute till completion of duration
    of the Course.

   All disputes are subject to Bangalore jurisdiction only.


16. Specific Instructions for In-Service Candidates:
    (i) In-service candidates seeking admission against the seats reserved for the said category
        must submit their candidature in original Application Form along with NO OBJECTION
        CERTIFICATE duly forwarded by the Employer/ Directorate concerned up to the last
        date of submission of Application Forms. Other wise their candidature will not be considered
        under the In-service category and they will be considered under General Category only.



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   (ii) The In-service candidates found eligible in the Entrance Test against the reserved seats are
        required to produce relieving orders from the Employer/Directorate concerned at the time of
        joining. Their joining will be accepted on production of relieving orders from the concerned
        department within the specified period as notified. Otherwise their admissions will stand
        cancelled and the vacant seats will be allotted to the waiting merit list candidates.
17. List of Enclosures:
Attested true copies of the following documents must be enclosed along with the Application Form.
The originals of these shall be produced for verification at the time of admission
   (i)     High school /Secondary or equivalent examination certificate for proof of Date of birth
   (ii)    Marks sheet of all examinations from first to final year/ proof of degree relating to the
           qualifying examination.
   (iii)   Certificate of 06 months / 12 months compulsory internship/house job after passing the final
           examination as per eligibility requirements.
   (iv)    Candidates should bring character certificate issued by the last Institution/College attended.
   (v)     Caste certificate issued by a competent authority (in case of SC/ST candidates).
   (vi)    Two-recent passport size photographs of the candidate along with the Application Form.
   (vii)   Two self-addressed envelopes.
   (viii) Registration Certificate




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                             SPECIMEN OF QUESTION BOOKLET

          RAJIV GANDHI UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, BANGALORE
              NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF UNANI MEDICINE, BANGALORE
                         Post Graduate Entrance Test- 2007-08
          for Mahire Tib (M.D.Unani) and Mahire Jarahat (M.S.Unani) Courses

                                                                               Question Book let No.



                          Register Number _______________________________



            Time Allowed: 100 minutes                                              Maximum Marks: 100

Instructions:
1. Question paper consists of 100 questions with serial numbers 1-100. Make sure that your question paper has all
the questions. Get it replaced if you have received defective booklet. No booklet will be replaced after 10 minutes.
2. Read the instructions given on your question paper at appropriate place carefully before starting to answer the
questions.
3. The candidates are required to choose the best possible answer and darken correct answer A or B or C or D in the
oval/circle corresponding to that question in the OMR answer sheet with Black / Blue Ball Pen only.
4. Each correct answer carries one mark. No mark will be awarded to incorrect answer and questions left
unanswered. If more than one alternative is indicated, the answer will be considered as invalid
5. OMR ORIGINAL ANSWER SHEET must be handed over to the invigilator before you leave the examination hall.


Example :

  1. Juze Khas of Sherbat Deenar is
     A. Tukhm Kasoos
     B. Tukhm Kasni
     C. Badiyan
     D. Tukhm Khatmi

  2. The Botanical Name of Dare Hald is
     A. Cholchicum illyrium
     B. Delichos biflorus
     C. Merendra persica
     D. Berbesis aristata

  3. Dengue Fever is transmitted by
     A. Bed Bug
     B. Aedes Mosquito
     C. Anopheles Mosquito
     D. House Fly

  4. Buhtus Saut term is used for
     A. Awaz ka bareek hona
     B. Awaz ka baith jana
     C. Awaz ka band hona
     D. Awaz ka mota hona




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