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INTRODUCTION Homoeopathy is a dynamic, holistic, scientific and philosophical system of constitutional and individualistic drug therapy, based on the law of similars with the potentiality of cure in cases that are curable and palliation in cases that are incurable. The therapeutic system of homoeopathy was developed by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician (1755-1843). A system of medicine born 200 years ago is still popular in Indian Subcontinent, Western Europe and North America. Dr. B. R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre is an old homoeopathic institution established in November 1985 by Dr. B. R. Sur, who is a great philanthropist and a leading Homoeopath of Delhi. The hospital started functioning in the year 1986 with its diagnostic facilities like X-Ray, Ultrasound, ECG, Pathology Laboratory and Operation Theater facilities, though it was formally inaugurated by Shri Jagpravesh Chander as a full fledged 40 bedded hospital in 1987. Dr. B. R. Sur donated the institution to the Govt. of N.C.T. of Delhi on 2nd October 1998. Indoor Patient Department was started on 12th September 2000 by Honourable Chief Minister of Delhi Smt. Sheila Dixit under the chairmanship of Dr. A. K. Walia, then Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of N.C.T. of Delhi in the presence of Dr. K. K. Aggarwal, Vice Chancellor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Dr. B. R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre is situated in Nanak Pura, Moti Bagh, New Delhi and is built on a piece of land measuring one acre and has 27,000 sq. ft. covered area on three floors. The college is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and is recognized by Central Council of Homoeopathy. The Govt. of N.C.T. of Delhi admitted its first batch of students in August 1999. This institute has been entrusted with the responsibility of providing and promoting homoeopathic education and training to collate, and setting up the standards in the fields of research and community health care. Significant progress has been achieved since the inception of the institution in Directorate of ISM&H, Govt. of N.C.T. of Delhi. ACADEMIC COMMITTEE Dr. (Mrs.) Anil. K. Malhotra, Principal and Chairperson Dr. Asha Chowdhary, Member Dr. Mukesh Chawla, Member Dr. Rajnish Chauhan, Member FACULTY 1. Department of Materia Medica Dr. Anil K. Malhotra : Principal / Medical Superintendent DHMS Dr. Mukesh Chawla : Assistant Professor DHMS Department Incharge Dr. V. K. Gupta : Visiting Professor GHMS, MD (Materia Medica) Dr. Mohd. Qasim : Visiting Professor DMS, MD (Materia Medica) Dr. A. K. Gupta : Visiting Professor DHMS Dr. Ajit Wadhwa : Visiting Lecturer BHMS 2. Department of Homoeopathic Philosophy and Organon Dr. Sameena Muzzamil : Assistant Professor DHMS Department Incharge Dr. Rajnish Chauhan : Assistant Professor B.Sc., BHMS Dr. Satya Jain : Assistant Professor BHMS Dr. Neena Mehan : Assistant Professor BHMS Dr. D. K. Gupta : Visiting Professor B.Sc., DMS, Dip. N.I.H. (Cal), MD (Organon) Dr. Beena Thomas : Visiting Lecturer DHMS Dr. Mohd. Khalid : Visiting Lecturer BHMS, MD (Organon) 3. Department of Repertory Dr. Vipul Bhatnagar : Assistant Professor DHMS Department Incharge Dr. D. P. Rastogi : Visiting Professor DMS, MBS, DF (Homeo) London Dr. Mohd. Qasim : Visiting Professor DMS, MD (Materia Medica) 4. Department of Pharmacy Dr. Anil K. Malhotra : Principal / Medical Superintendent DHMS Department Incharge Dr. Rajnish Chauhan : Assistant Professor B.Sc., BHMS Dr. Shaleen Khurana : Visiting Lecturer BHMS 5. Department of Physiology and Biochemistry Dr. Raj Bala : Assistant Professor DHMS Department Incharge Dr. Manisha Thakur : Biochemist Ph.D. Dr. Rita Baliga : Visiting Professor MBBS, DCH Dr. Preeti Jain : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD Dr. Shaleen Khurana : Visiting Lecturer BHMS Dr. Shivali Mittal : Visiting Lecturer BHMS 6. Department of Anatomy Dr. Asha Chowdhary : Assistant Professor DHMS Department Incharge Dr. Meeta Gupta : Medical Officer BHMS, PGDHA Dr. Ved Prakash : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD Dr. Sunil Batra : Visiting Professor DHMS Dr. Sangeeta Chawla : Visiting Lecturer BHMS Dr. Shivali Mittal : Visiting Lecturer BHMS 7. Department of Pathology Dr. Mahabole. K. G. : Assistant Professor MBBS, MD (Pathology) Department Incharge Dr. P. Guha : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD (Pathology) Dr. Varsha Satwik : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD (Pathology) Dr. S. M. Chopra : Visiting Lecturer BHMS 8. Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Dr. Bharat Singh : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD (Pathology) Dr. Kabir Tandon : Visiting Lecturer BHMS 9. Department of Community Medicine Dr. Satya Jain : Assistant Professor BHMS Department Incharge 10. Department of Surgery Dr. Vijay Kumar : Assistant Professor DHMS Department Incharge Dr. Mohanty : Visiting Professor MBBS, MS (General Surgery) Dr. Rajan Madan : Visiting Professor MBBS, MS (General Surgery) Dr. Sandeep Malhotra : Visiting Professor MBBS, MS (Ophthalmology) Dr. Akshay Sur : Dentist BDS Dr. Amit Jain : Visiting Lecturer MBBS, Dip. ENT Dr. Akhil Aggarwal : Visiting Lecturer MBBS 11. Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics Dr. Madhu Aggarwal : Assistant Professor DHMS, Dip. N.I.H. (Cal) Department Incharge Dr. K. Naik : Visiting Professor MBBS, DGO Dr. Alka Dhall : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD(Gynae & Obs) Dr. Seema Jain : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD(Gynae & Obs) 12. Department of Medicine Dr. Neena Mehan : Assistant Professor BHMS Department Incharge Dr. N. Das Gupta : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD (Medicine) Dr. Uma Saxena : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD (Dermatology) Dr. Rita Baliga : Visiting Professor MBBS, DCH Dr. Piyush Jain : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD Dr. N. C. Saxena : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD (Radiology) Dr. Rupie Jamwal : Visiting Professor MBBS, MD (Radiology) Dr. Anil K. Nair : Medical Officer BHMS Dr. Ajit Kaur Wadhwa : Visiting Lecturer BHMS Hospital Staff Dr. Anil K. Malhotra : Principal / Medical Superintendent DHMS Dr. Madhu Aggarwal : Assistant Professor DHMS, Dip. N.I.H. (Cal) IPD Incharge Dr. Meeta Gupta : Medical Officer BHMS, PGDHA OPD Incharge Dr. Anil K. Nair : Medical Officer BHMS Dr. Namita : House Physician BHMS Dr. Bhawna : House Physician BHMS Dr. Priya : House Physician BHMS Dr. Rinku : House Physician BHMS ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS The institution has various departments, viz. Materia Medica, Organon and Homoeopathic Philosophy, Repertory, Pharmacy, Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry and Pathology, Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Preventive and Social Medicine, Surgery, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Medicine, and a Library, where new books are added from time to time. The departments are equipped with modern instruments and equipments as per the regulations laid down by the CCH. The different departments of the institution are being strengthened in phased manner by adding various teaching aids and materials such as instruments, equipments, specimens, models, slides, video cassettes, CDs, posters, charts, etc. The institution has also procured LCD projector and OHP and slide projectors. A seminar room has been recently constructed with facilities for audio-visual presentations. The institute is also actively engaged in research activities. For training in pre-clinical subjects there are well-equipped laboratories in different departments. The Anatomy Department has a good museum containing specimens of different organs of the human body and models of different parts and regions of human body. It has a dissection hall where human dead bodies are dissected for the study. The Pathology Department is staffed by qualified personnel and deals with the practical education of students and also conducts different pathological tests for Outdoor and Indoor Patient Departments. There is automated technology including a computer and semi- automatic biochemical analyzer. The Materia Medica Department organizes live Materia Medica, chart formations and competitions from time to time thereby making the study of Materia Medica very comprehensive. Dr. B. R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre has fully functional Out Patient and Indoor Patient Departments. The growth of the departments is reflected by the phenomenal rise in patients’ attendance. O.P.D. attendance increased from 40000 (in year 2000) to about 80000 (in year 2003). A wide variety of medical and health care facilities are available in the O.P.D., viz. medical, surgical, gynaecological, skin, ENT, Eye, physiotherapy, etc. where large number of patients are treated. More than 7000 patients report every month for treatment. All services are provided to the public free of cost. The hospital is equipped with modern diagnostic equipments like 500mA X-Ray plant, ultrasonography machine, E.C.G. machines, and a well-equipped biochemistry and pathology laboratory. Almost all the medicines prescribed by the doctors are available at the dispensary counter free of cost. The outdoor and indoor patient departments are managed judiciously by qualified doctors, registrars, house physicians, interns, nursing staff and paramedical personnel. Indoor Patient Department has 50 beds with separate male and female wards where doctors are available round the clock. The O.P.D. and I.P.D. facilities are also utilized for the clinical training of students and interns. COURSE OF STUDY This is a co-educational institution and prepares the students for award of the Degree of Bachelor of Homoeopathic System of Medicine and Surgery of 5½ years duration (including one year paid internship) as approved by the Central Council of Homoeopathy. During internship interns are posted in different clinical and diagnostic departments for practical training. The subjects for study of the B.H.M.S. course are as under : A. First B.H.M.S. (1-1/2 years) 1. Homoeopathic Pharmacy. 2. Anatomy. 3. Physiology including Biochemistry 4. Homoeopathic Materia Medica. 5. Organon of Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy and Psychology. B. Second B.H.M.S. (1 year) 1. Pathology and Microbiology including parasitology, bacteriology and virology. 2. Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. 3. Organon of Medicine and Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy. 4. Homoeopathic Materia Medica. 5. Surgery including E.N.T., Eye, Dental, and Homoeopathic therapeutics. 6. Gynaecology, Obstetrics, Neonatology, and Homoeopathic Therapeutics. 7. Practice of Medicine and Homoeopathic Therapeutics. C. Third B.H.M.S. (1 year) 1. Surgery including ENT, Eye, Dental, and Homoeopathic Therapeutics. 2. Gynaecology, Obstetrics, Neonatology, and Homoeopathic Therapeutics. 3. Homoeopathic Materia Medica. 4. Organon of Medicine. 5. Practice of Medicine and Homoeopathic Therapeutics. D. Fourth B.H.M.S (1 year) 1. Practice of Medicine including skin diseases, children diseases, psychiatric disorders, and Homoeopathic Therapeutics. 2. Homoeopathic Materia Medica. 3. Organon of Medicine. 4. Repertory. 5. Community Medicine. SEATS AND ITS DISTRIBUTION Total number of seats in Dr. B.R. Sur Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital for B.H.M.S. Course is 50. Reserved Seats : (a) For Scheduled Castes 15% (b) For Scheduled Tribes 7.5% (c) Children of widows of Armed personnel 5% killed / disabled in Action during the Hostilities. ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION TO B.H.M.S. COURSE A. Age : He / She has attained or will attain the age of seventeen (17) years as on 31 st December 2005. The candidates attaining seventeen years on 1st January 2006 or later will not be eligible. B. Essential Qualifications for General Category : Candidates who have appeared / passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system conducted by the C.B.S.E./ Council for the Indian School Certification Examination / Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (except Patrachar Vidyalaya and Open Schools) with required subjects, i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and securing minimum 50% marks in aggregate in these subjects from the recognized schools conducting regular classes situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi only, will be eligible. A candidate also must have passed in English as a subject of study (core or elective) in the qualifying examination. C. Reserved Seats for SC/ST Category : Candidates who have appeared / passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system conducted by the C.B.S.E./ Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination / Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (except Patrachar Vidyalaya and Open Schools) with required subjects, i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and securing minimum 50% marks in aggregate in these subjects from the recognized schools conducting regular classes situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi only, will be eligible. A candidate also must have passed in English as a subject of study (core or elective) in the qualifying examination. 1. Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe candidates, while applying for admission to B.H.M.S Course, will attach along with the application form, for admission, a certificate to the effect that he / she belongs to SC / ST Category from any of the competent authorities as listed below without which the concession of SC / ST will not be given : (a) District Magistrate / Additional District Magistrate / Deputy Commissioner / Deputy Collector / First Class Stipendiary Magistrate / City Magistrate / City Magistrate (not below the rank of First Class Stipendiary Magistrate) / Sub-Divisional Magistrate / Taluka Magistrate / Executive Magistrate / Extra Assistant Commissioner. (b) Chief Presidency Magistrate / Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate / Presidency Magistrate. (c) Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar. (d) Sub- Divisional Officer of the area where the candidate or his / her family normally resides. (e) Administrator / Secretary to Administrator/ Development Officer (Laccadive and Minicoy Islands). D. Reserved seats for children / widows of Armed Personnel killed / disabled in action in wars, children / widows of Armed Personnel including Para-Military Personnel who died while on duty : (i) The case of children / widows of Armed Personnel killed/ disabled in action in wars 1947-48 and onwards be considered first for admission to BHMS Course. (ii) In case, if any seats remain vacant after admission of the candidates under above Category, the case of Children / widows of Armed Personnel including Para-Military Personnel who died on duty will be considered. Candidates applying for admission under this Category must have passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system conducted by the C.B.S.E/ Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination / Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi (except PatracharVidyalaya and Open School) with required subjects, i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and securing minimum 50% marks in aggregate in these subjects from the recognized schools conducting regular classes situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi only, would be eligible. A candidate also must have passed in English as a subject of study (core or elective) in the qualifying examination. In order to become eligible for the above concession, the widows/children of officers and men of the Armed forces including Para-Military Personnel will be required to produce the entitlement certificate from the following authorities : (a) Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board, Delhi. (b) Secretary, Rajya/ Zila Sainik Board. (c) Officer-in-Charge, Record Office. In case some seats remain unfilled by the children and Armed Personnel Category, these will be filled up from non-reserved General Category. PROCEDURE AND CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION 1. The candidates seeking admission must have attained the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of his admission. 2. The minimum qualification for admission is Senior Secondary (10+2) regular examination of a recognized University or Board with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate from the recognized schools situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi only. A candidate also must have passed in English as a subject of study (core or elective) in the qualifying examination. 3. The admission will be on the basis of common entrance test conducted by the Guru Gobind Singh IndraPrastha University. Last date of submission of application forms is 06th May 2005. Date of Common Entrance Test is 21st May 2005. 4. Admissions are given provisionally to the eligible applicants pending verification of mark sheets of 10+2 examination by C.B.S.E. and S.C / S.T. or other relevant certificates from appropriate authorities. 5. Selected candidates shall be referred to undergo examination for medical fitness by the Medical Officer appointed and shall be admitted only when found fit. 6. FEES ONCE PAID SHALL NOT BE REFUNDED. 7. Candidate, who does not deposit his / her fees by the scheduled date or does not appear for admission by the prescribed date, then the next candidate on the waiting list will be considered. 8. No student will be allowed to pursue any other educational course from any institution/college/university during his/her period of studies in the institution. 9. Candidates must have studied Hindi up to VIII. In case they have not passed Hindi they are required to appear in special examination in Hindi to be eligible for award of degree by the GGSIP University. 10. All the candidates are required to submit their original certificates at the time of admission, which will be returned to the candidate only after passing of First professional B.H.M.S. examination. COLLEGE RULES 1. Every student must observe rules of the college and general discipline of the college failing which his / her name is liable to be removed from the college rolls. 2. Any student found guilty of misbehavior, misconduct, disobedience, persistent neglect of studies shall be liable to warning, fine or / and suspension by the Principal. 3. All complaints, communications regarding the college should be addressed to the Principal. 4. Every student on admission must get an identity card, which he / she must produce whenever demanded. 5. Original Certificates will be kept in Office for verification and shall be returned to the student only after first professional examination. 6. No Society, Union or Association of students shall be formed in the college and no outsider may be invited to address any meeting without prior permission. 7. Students will be required to wear aprons at their own cost for practical and clinical classes. 8. Matters not covered by the existing rules will rest with the Principal of college. 9. Students are advised not to keep valuables in student’s lockers. Every student will be personally responsible for safe custody of his / her goods kept in the lockers. 10. The authorities reserve the right to make the necessary changes, modifications, alterations or additions or revision of the rules and regulations at any time and such changes will be duly notified. EXAMINATION First B.H.M.S. Examination shall be held at the end of 18th months of B.H.M.S. Course. The Examination shall be written and oral / practical in the following subjects: 1. Homoeopathic Pharmacy. 2. Anatomy. 3. Physiology including Biochemistry 4. Homoeopathic Materia Medica. 5. Organon of Medicine, Principles of Homoeopathic Philosophy and Psychology. In order to pass first B.H.M.S. examination, a candidate must pass in all the subjects of the examination. Pass marks in all the subjects (both homoeopathic and allied) shall be 50% in theory, 50% in oral and 50% in practical. NOTE: Appearing in first B.H.M.S. home examination (in Jan / Feb) is compulsory for all students failing which students may not be allowed to appear in Final Examination of University. In order to pass second B.H.M.S. examination a candidate shall have to pass all the subjects of the examination with 50% marks in theory, 50% in oral and 50% in Practical. NOTE: 1. No candidate shall be allowed to appear in the first B.H.M.S. examination for more than four times or be allowed to remain on rolls of the University longer than a period covering four consecutive examinations (Annual and Supplementary). 2. No candidate shall be permitted to proceed to the II / III / IV year unless he / she has passed the previous years’ examinations. 3. The candidate who failed in I / II /. III / IV B.H.M.S. Examination, supplementary examination shall be held for these candidates, normally after six weeks after the declaration of the result of the annual examination. TUTION FEES & OTHER CHARGES FOR B.H.M.S. CLASSES First Year Fees (18 months) At the time of admission Rs. I. Government Dues: Admission Fees (Once only) 100 Tuition Fee 360 Medical Examination Fee 25 Library Fee 50 Lab. and Dissection Fee 45 Identity Card 10 Total 590 II. Boy’s Fund: College Club Charges 100 Games and Sports 100 College Magazine 50 Total 250 III. Caution Money 1250 (Refundable only after completion of 5 ½ years course) IV. University Dues: University’s Processing Fee 1000 University’s Enrolment Fee 1000 (Payable once only at the time of admission) University’s Student’s Welfare Fee 1000 (University component payable per annum) University Examination Fee 3000 For Annual Examination (Yearly) Total 6000 V. Grand Total: 8090 Supplementary Examination 250 per subject Annual Fees (Second, Third, Fourth B.H.M.S.) I. Government Dues: Tuition Fee 360 Library Fee 50 Lab. Fee 45 Identity Card 10 Total 465 II. Boy’s Fund: College Club Charges 100 Games and Sports 100 College Magazine 50 Total 250 Grand Total 715 GENERAL RULES OF THE COLLEGE Attendance 1. A minimum attendance as per GGSIP University Rules is compulsory. Candidates with less attendance will not be allowed to appear in the University Examination. 2. Absence from class without prior permission of Principal is liable to fine. 3. Students should not attend classes other than of their class without prior permission of the teacher concerned. 4. A student absenting from the college for more than 15 consecutive working days is liable to have his / her name removed from the rolls unless the student satisfies the Principal within a week thereafter assigning reasons for absence. 5. When a fine is imposed on a student for absence without leave or for any reason he / she will be notified. The fine must be paid within a week after notification. 6. Recommending a student’s application to appear for any University’s examination will depend upon his / her satisfactory progress and required attendance. Library The college library has many books on various subjects and the student may borrow books from the library is per library rules. The college library also provides facilities for issue of textbooks for one year under the Book-Bank Scheme. Scholarship Scholarships are available to SC / ST students from Directorate of Education. For detailed information contact academic office. Pass Marks The pass marks in all subjects both Homoeopathic and Allied Medical Subject shall be 50% in each part (Written, Oral and Practical) as per the Homoeopathy (Degree Course) Regulation, 1983 (C.C.H.). Medium of Examination and Teaching The medium of examination and teaching shall be English for the B.H.M.S. course. Examination Fee The fee for admission to examination of B.H.M.S Degree Course will be the same as prescribed by the university. Winter and Summer Vacation The College will remain closed for the summer vacation from May, 7 to July, 15 and for winter vacation from December, 23 to January, 26 every year. Holidays The college will observe all the Gazetted holidays notified by the Govt. of National Capital Territory of Delhi. The Principal is authorized to declare maximum of seven holidays in a year in the college for different functions and purposes. College Hours College hours will be notified from time to time. The 2nd, 3rd and 4th year B.H.M.S students shall also attend the outdoor / indoor, clinical classes. Migration Migration from other institutions or colleges will be considered as per GGSIPU and CCH rules. Enquiries The office will cater to the needs of the students between 2.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. on all working days except Saturday for all academic matters. DTC and Railway Concession Forms for Students Application Form for DTC and Railway concession should be submitted 3 days in advance so that they may be examined, prepared and certified. Refund of Fee / Caution Money Student who passes out can claim the refund of caution money within one year from the date of passing, failing which no application will be entertained except in special circumstances beyond the control of the candidates. At the time of refund of money a candidate will be required to produce a ‘No Dues Certificate’ in prescribed performa available with the Academic Assistant. Caution money shall be refunded only after completion of BHMS Course. No Refund of any fee etc. is made if candidate withdraws / leaves the institution without completing the course of BHMS. Certificates Academic Certificates, like certificate of Internship, House job, Registrar etc. shall be issued after the receipt of ‘No Dues Certificate’.
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