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					                          PROSPECTUS
                  COMBINED ENTRANCE TEST FOR
                                  65 % SEATS OF

                           B.A.M.S./B.H.M.S
        FOR PRIVATE SELF FINANCING AYURVEDIC/
         HOMEOPATHIC COLLEGES OF HARYANA
                   SESSION 2011-2012

  COMPRISED OF :

         AYURVEDIC COLLEGES                                                      65 % SEATS

  1.     AYUJYOTI AYURVEDIC COLLEGE & HOSPITAL,                                             32
         SIRSA.
  2.     C.D.L. COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA, BHAGWANGARH,                                           32
         JAGADHARI (Y.NAGAR).
  3.     GAUR BRAHMAN AYURVEDIC COLLEGE,                                                    45**
         BRAHMANWAS (ROHTAK)
  4.     M.L.R. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, CHARKHI                                                  32*
         DADRI, BHIWANI.
         HOMEOPATHIC COLLEGE
  5.     ** J.R. KISSAN HOMEOPATHIC COLLEGE, ROHTAK                                         32**


** Subject to permission from Central Council of Indian Medicine/ Department of AYUSH,
    Govt. of India,New Delhi/ Haryana Govt.

* The provisional admission of the candidates or any allotment of seats to the petitioner college
    shall be subject to the final out come of the writ petition (CWP No. 17961 of 2011) pending
    in Hon‟ble Punjab & Haryana High court.


  State Agency: Pt. B.D.Sharma University of Health Sciences,
                   Rohtak-124001 (Haryana)
 STATUTORY OFFICERS OF PT.B.D.SHARMA, UNIVERSITY OF
  HEALTH SCIENCES(UHSR), ROHTAK -124001, Haryana, India.

                              Hon’ble Chancellor
                  Sh. Jagannath Pahadia, Governor of Haryana

                               Vice-Chancellor
                               Dr. S.S. Sangwan

Name and Designation
Pro-Vice Chancellor,
Dr. S.N. Chugh,
DIRECTOR, P.G.I.M.S. ROHTAK
Dr. C.S. Dhull

REGISTRAR
DEAN, PGIMS, ROHTAK
Dr. V.K. Jain
DEAN ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Dr. K.B. Gupta
CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS
Dr. R.S. Dahiya


For Enquiry Contact : All Concerned Pvt. Colleges
Phone Nos. 01262-210051, 213113,211307,211309
Fax Nos.    : 01262-210051,213113,211163




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                               CONTENTS

CHAPTERS   TITLE                                       PAGE

    I      About Ayurveda

    II     About the Affiliated Ayurvedic Colleges

   III     At a Glance

   IV      Distribution of seats

    V      Eligibility Conditions

   VI      Fee Structure & duration of course

   VII     Syllabus

   VIII    Scheme of Entrance Examination

   IX      Method of Selection & Admission

    X      General instructions

   XI      Ban on Ragging in Educational Institution

           Application form/ Annexures




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                                     INTRODUCTION

         AYURVED : As the world has been moving away from nature, it is facing various
health hazards including diseases like AIDS etc. in spite of tremendous advancement in modern
medical science, Ayurveda, which is a medical science embracing nature as well as a philosophy
of life a way of living, is being recognized as the potential system of medicine all over the world.
We find a logical approach towards health and diseases in Classical texts of Ayurveda viz.
Charak Samhita (Medical Text), Sushrut Samhita (surgical text) and Astang Sangrah
(Compendium on eight branches of Ayurveda). Several Ayurvedic Texts have been translated
into various languages of the world, particularly German and English, World Health Organization
(WHO) and World Health Assembly adopted resolutions urging different countries to give
adequate importance to the utilization of their respective urging different countries to give
adequate importance to the utilization of their respective traditional systems of medicine.

         The relevance of Ayurveda in present situation has undoubtedly increased where
conventional medicine, with its might and main, funds itself unable to fight many diseases. The
medical research today is entangled in rapidly increasing struggle against micro-organisms that
develop resistance to every new drug tried on them. The patients, not able to bear the brunt of the
side effect of conventional antibiotics are turning to gentler therapies of Ayurveda and other
traditional systems.

        People have benefited from herbal medicine the world over, often after the conventional
treatment has failed.

        Central and State Government in our country have implemented various schemes to
develop and promote Ayurveda through medical care, education and research. Govt. of India and
shape to the recommendations of various committees regarding development of India system of
medicine (ISM) and established Central Council for Research in Indian Medicine and
Homeopathy (CCRIM & H) in 1969. The council established major institutes and project for
research in Ayurveda and Siddha (CCRAS), one of the four successor councils of CCRIM & H
was established in 1978. This step further intensified research in Ayurveda.

          Ayurvedic Research Institute in India and abroad are in the process of substantiating the
ancient wisdom of Ayurveda within the parameters of modern medical science also. Millions of
dollars are being spent on studying the medicinal properties of plants like Neem, Tulsi and
Guggul, Haldi etc. Many groups in German, U.S.A., Britain and Japan want to study Ayurveda
in its original form.

       A separate Deptt. of Indian system of Medicine & Homeopathy has been established in
the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India for the enhancement of this system.

        A new health consciousness is sweeping the world with emphasis on staying healthy,
building the immune system and using healing methods close to nature a concept that has its roots
in Ayurveda.




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               AYUJYOTI AYURVEDIC COLLEGE & HOSPITAL
               PANJUANA-KHARIAN ROAD, JODHPURIA, SIRSA

About the College :

        Ayujyoti Ayurvedic College & Hospital is approved by Central Council of Indian
Medicne (CCIM) and Govt. of India (Ministry of Health & Family Wellfare, Deptt. of AYUSH)
and is affiliated to Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak. It is the 1 st and only
College of Haryana, which is permitted by the Govt. of India under section 13-A of IMCC act
1970. College is situated at Panjuana-Kharian Road, Jodhpuria, Sirsa. The College is being
housed in a spacious building on 10 acre land which is pollution free and having peaceful studies
environment.

        The management of Institute strives for overall development of students for their self
employment. In order to fulfil this objective, it lays stress not only on quality of education but
also inculcalting moral values. Ayujyoti Ayurvedic College & Hospital has been established with
this objective in view. Management is also willing to start new courses viz M.D. Ayurveda,
B.Pharma and M.Pharma (Ayurveda), B.Sc. Nursing, A.N.M., G.N.M. and B.Ed. etc.

Target :

         Ayurveda is as ancient as history itself. In the golden era of history, India has great
Universities like Nalanda and Takshshila where Ayurveda flourished. To continue the lofty
traditions of Ayurvedic Education, Ayujyoti Ayurvedic College & Hospital has been set up. It is
expected to become an epitome of excellence.

Hospital :

         At present, a fully charitable 100 bedded well established hospital is being run by the
Institute. Hospital is very famous in its surrounding areas. O.P.D. and I.P.D. services are given
through a team of well qualified, experienced and dedicated doctors and Para-medical staff. The
hospital has well equipped clinical laboratory, Operation Theatre, Labour Room, X-ray and
E.C.G. facilities on very economical rates. Medicines to the patients are also given free. A special
Unit of PANCHKARMA like SNEHAN SWEDANA, SHIRODHARA, BASTI etc. is also
available in hospital.

Faculty :

        The institute has well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty for teaching to
students. Utmost care is taken to ensure best possible learning teaching process for the benefit &
best performance of students. The college management has also decided to give reward to the
students of college getting 1st three positions in the University.

Library :

        Institute has a well stocked library alongwith the latest Ayurvedic books as well as
modern system of medicines. Various Magazines, News Papers and Journals are also subscribed
regularly in the library. Library has a big peaceful reading hall.

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Anatomy Deptt. & Dissection Hall :

       The Department of Anatomy i.e. Rachana Sharir in the College has a well equipped
museum and a spacious Dissection Hall with attached preservation room. A number of charts,
Models, Specimens and photographs are kept in museum for better knowledge of Anatomy. The
department has ample facilities for dissection of cadavers in its dissection hall.

Basic Principle Department :

        The Department of Basic Principle i.e. Maullik Sidhant imparts knowledge in the subjects
of Sanskrit, Padarth Vigyan etc. and basically leads to the roots of Ayurveda.

Physiology Deptt. & Laboratory :

       The Department of Physiology i.e. Sharir Kriya consists of well maintained Physiology
Laboratory imparting latest modern concepts in the subject. The department also having a
museum with a good number of models, charts, instruments and photographs.

Herbal Garden :

         A herbal garden has also been developed in the college campus for study and
identification of medicinal plants.

Pharmacy :

        The institute has established its own Pharmacy. The members of management are also
running two GMP certified Ayurvedic Pharmacies in which quality Ayurvedic medicines are
being prepared.

Hostel :

        The college has separate girls hostel facility with mess and bus facility. Hostel has well
furnished and properly ventilated rooms with cooler and generator facility.

Co-curricular Activities :

        The institute will organize debates, seminars, quiz, guest lectures, cultural activities like
singing, dancing, poetry, educational tours etc. for overall development of students. It is 1 st
Institute which is also attached with “The Bharat Scouts and Guides”- a world famous
organization. Institute is enrolled with “The Prime Minister Shield” and “The Vice President
Shield” by the organization. Festivals are also




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 C.D.L. COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA, BHAGWANGARH, JAGADHRI



About the College

         Education in Ayurveda has a rich tradition. It was taught in the University of
TAKSHASHILA and NALANDA in ancient times the golden era of Ayurved. However, it
suffered a set back during medieval period and more so during British rule in India. Fortunately,
Ayurved has received a new impetus after independence and is on its way to revival.

        C.D.L. College of Ayurveda is proud of being located at Bhagwangarh, Jagadhri, one of
the most famous and peaceful city of India, situated in the foot hills of Shivaliks, Gateway of
Himachal Pradesh. The college is recognized by Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi
and affiliated to the Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak for B.A.M.S.
(Ayurvedacharya) course.

         C.D.L. College of Ayurveda is the primer institution of Ayurveda studies in Haryana.
The sole and pious motive of its Promoters is to establish this institution on the world map
amongst the best Ayurvedic study centre in India. Very soon, the promoters are going to start the
M.D. Classes. In very short span of 5 years the institution has set its own miles stones. Our
students have secured first sixteen positions in University Results, coming 1st in all Haryana
Ayurvedic Colleges. These are such records, which are very difficult to achieve for any college.
We have the best building, the best teaching staff and above all very best Studies Environment,
Personalized care of each Student has yielded all these results.

 The following institutions are run by the Society :

1. C.D.L. College of Ayurveda, Bhagwangarh, Jagadhri

2. C.D.L. College of Education, Bhagwangarh, Jagadhri

  (B.Ed., M.Ed. & D.Ed.) (Accredited Grade “A” by NAAC)

3. C.D.L. College of Pharmacy, Bhagwangarh, Jagadhri

(B. Pharmacy)

Library

        College has a library having books on Ayurvedic as well as modern system of medicine.
Library is regular subscriber of various magazines, Journals and newspapers for the students as
well as college staff.

Hostels

        The College has separate boys and girls hostel with an accommodation capacity of 200
students. It is good and safe dwelling place for residents having nice lawns in the College
campus. Mess facility is also provided in the hostel.


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Pharmacy

        The college has its own Pharmacy, Quality drugs are prepared for distribution to patients
through hospital. Students are given exposure to various aspects of pharmaceutical management.

Hospital

         At present the college has 100 bedded hospital including private rooms that imparts
training to the students as well as serves the ailing humanity. Clinical Research Unit for Chronic
diseases (Covering 19 diseases). Most Modern laboratory equipped with Analyser doing all
Clinical & Pathology Tests at nearly 25% of market rates.

 The following facilities are available in the Hospital :

1. X-Ray                                                    2. Ultrasound

3. E.C.G.                                                   4. Ambulance Van

5. Panchkarma (Kerala Pattern)                              6. Operation Theatre

7. Clinical Laboratory

Audio Visual Aids :

         The College has a number of video-cassettes & slides for making learning easier and
slides for making learning easier and interesting in different subjects like Anatomy, Physiology,
Dravyaguna, Rasashastra, Surgery, Panchkarma and Pathology. Video Cassette Player, Colour
T.V. and Projector - all these are available for different departments.

Dissection Hall :

        The Dept. of Rachna Sharir has ample facilities for dissection of cadavers in its dissection
hall with attached preservations room, etc.

Anatomy Museum :

        The Dept. of Rachna Sharir has a well equipped museum having a number of models,
preserved specimens & Photographs on the subject.

Pathology Laboratory :

          The Dept. of Rog & Vikriti Vigyan has a pathology lab., which not only provides
facilities for training students but also serves the attached hospital through all kinds of
haemotological, biochemical, serological, urine, semen, stool and sputum investigations. All the
tests are performed with latest techniques.

Dravyagun Museum & Herbal Garden :




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        Dept. of Dravayagun has museum where samples of various dry herbal drugs have been
displayed for their proper identification alongwith herbarium. A herbal garden has also been
developed in the College campus for identification of green plants.

Ras Shastra Museum :

        In this museum under the Dept. of Ras Shastra and Bhai-Shajya Kalpana, various raw
drugs of mineral and animal origin as well as their formulations have been exhibited students
learn Ayurvedic pharmaceutical procedures in this Dept.

Toxicology and jurisprudence Museum :

        Various poisonous drugs and a number of models and charts concerning medical
jurisprudence have been displayed in this museum under the Dept. of Agad Tantra &
Vyavaharayurved. Students are given practical exposure to the medicolegal cases in the district
courts.

Operation Theatre :

           The dept of Shalya Tantra, Shalakya Tantra & Obstretic have a well equipped operation
theatre.

Play Ground :

         The college has a play ground within its premises         for different outdoors games.
Facilities for indoor games are also available.

Canteen :

          There is a spacious canteen in the college campus to meet with requirements of students,
staff members and hospital patience. Recently, PEPSI stalls have also been added. Photostat
facility is also available.

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

 The students would be able to take part in state Ayurvedic college games, inter-state Ayurvedic
College games, various cultural activities like one act Play, singing, dancing, poetry, declamation
contest, debates and quiz programmes etc. N.S.S. camps will also be organised in rural and urban
areas of the state.




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   GAUR BRAHMAN AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, BRAHMANWAS,
                    (ROHTAK)



BACK GROUND

        Gaur Brahman Vidya Pracharni Saba (Regd.) Rohtak is running various social and
educational institutions with excellent track record of eighty years. Gaur Brahman Vidya
Pracharni Saba (Regd.) Rohtak was formed by eminent persons, Scholars of the Brahman Society
under the State of Haryana. The institutions are situated near famous Gau-Karan Talab in the
heart of the City Rohtak at about 20 acres of land. It is about 2.5 KM from the Bus Stand and 2
KM from Railway Station Rohtak. Gaur Brahman Ayurvedic College & Hospital is situated in
Vill. Brahmanwas (Rohtak) at NH-71A Rohtak Gohana Road at the 10 miles Stone on 13 acre
land.

        To fulfill the statutory requirements and for effective and efficient Management of
educational and Non-educational Institution / Organizations the society formed Gaur Brahman
Vidhya Pracharni Sabha.

      At present it is headed by an eminent qualified, social worker Pt. Ram Karan, Advocate
who was elected by the life members of the sabha.

        The following institutions are running by the Gaur Brahman Vidya Pracharni Sabha
(Regd.) Rohtak (Mangaing Body).

1. Gaur Brahman Ayurvedic College, Brahmanwas, Rohtak

2. Gaur Brahman Physiotherapy College, Brahmanwas, Rohtak

3. Gaur Brahman Central High School, Rohtak

4. All India Gaur Brahman Sanskrit College, Rohtak

5. Gaur Brahman Degree College, Rohtak

6. Gaur Brahman College of Education, Rohtak



GAUR BRAHMAN AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, BRAHMANWAS (ROHTAK) :

         Started in 1974 and is the most popular Ayurvedic College in the area Thousands doctors
have Graduated from this college and are serving the mankind in various capacity in different
parts of the country. The institution has highly qualified staff of different specialisation and well
equipped department. The result of the college remain excellent in the University. The
institution is recognized by the Central / State Govt. and affiliated to Pt. B.D. Sharma University
of Health Sciences, Rohtak. The admission capacity of the institution in 70 students per year in
BAMS Course through entrance test.



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Gaur Brahman Ayurvedic Charitable Hospital, Brahmanwas (Rohtak):-

         Started in 1974 with the O.P.D. Now the Hospital has OPD in all the specialization with
the indoor capacity of 200 beds. Special rooms are also available for the patients. The teams of
Doctor's looking after the OPD and IPD is immensely qualified, experienced and dedicated to the
patients. Hospital is well equipped with the following facilities :-

1. Clinical Laboratories                         2. E.C.G.

3. X-Ray                                         4. Ultra Sound

5. Ambulate                                      6. Keraliya Panchkarma Treatment

7. Operation Theater                             8. Khshar Sutra Unit

Gaur Brahman Ayurvedic Pharmacy :-

        The pharmacy manufacturers herbal Ayurvedic Medicine by making use of traditional as
well as modern techniques and the same are used by the hospital. Many other medicines being
manufactured by the pharmacy are of very superior quality.

Gaur Brahman Herbarium :-

        As a captive source of herbs to the pharmacy the society developed herbarium in 3 acre
land. Where in rare species of herbs are being grown and cultivated. At present the herbarium
has approximately 400 species (different varieties of plants) with few very rarely found plants.

Gaur Brahman Institute of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Brahmanwas :-

        Started in 2000 and giving education in Physiotherapy. It is well equipped with all
modern equipment. The Institution is recognized by the Central / State Govt. and affiliated to
M.D. University, Rohtak. The admission capacity of the institution is 50 students per year in
B.Ph.T. course. The institution has highly qualified Physiotherapist of different specialization.

Gaur Brahman Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Brahmanwas :-

        Started in 200 and giving education in Diploma Pharmacy of Ayurveda. The institution
is recognized by the Central / State Govt. and affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak. The
admission capacity of the institution is 25 students per year.

Hostel :

       The College has well furnished properly ventilated separate Boys and Girls hostel with an
accommodation capacity of 300 each students. An independent balcony is attached to each and
every room in both the hostels. Well developed garden with indoor games facilities and
independent recreation hall is present in both the hostels. Hostel is situated at walk able distance
from the college. Hostel has quality-based mess, common hall and all the facilities like
Generator, Cooler, TV, Recreation Room etc.




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Library :

         For the overall developed of the students and their specific knowledge the college has the
very big library. It has more than 12000 books of Ayurvedic, Physiotherapy and Modern system
of medicine. All the (AARSH GRANTH) are also available in the library. Different national
dailies, professional, medical generals are subscribed regularly in the library. For the students
library has separate, peaceful reading in which more than 50 students can read at a time.

Anatomy Museum & Dissection Hall :

        The Dept. of Rachna Sharir has ample facilities for dissection of cadavers in its dissection
hall with attached preservations room, etc. The Dept. of Rachna Sharir has a well equipped
museum having a number of models, preserved specimens & Photographs on the subject.

Pathology Laboratory :

          The Dept. of Rog & Vikriti Vigyan has a pathology lab., which not only provides
facilities for training students but also serves the attached hospital through all kinds of
haemotological, biochemical, serological, urine, semen, stool and sputum investigations. All the
tests are performed with latest techniques.

Canteen :

        There is a spacious canteen in the college campus to meet with requirements of students,
staff members and hospital patients.

Co-curricular activities :

         Apart from imparting the medical knowledge to shape the personality of students,
institute will carry out debates, seminars, quiz, guest lecture, games and other culture activities
for overall development of students. Students from the college are also taken on an educational
tour.




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             MURARI LAL RASIWASIA AYURVEDIC COLLEGE,
                     CHARKHI DADRI, BHIWANI



BACK GROUND

          Dadri Education Society was established on 14th February 1961 under the able
leadership of indomitable octogenarian Late Shri Ram Krishan Gupta, Freedom Fighter and Ex.
M.P. The society had a mission of proliferating educational and philanthropic activities in Dadri
and it's adjacent areas. The ever agile, belligerent, Late Shri Ram Krishan Gupta is the heart and
soul of the society. But for his super human efforts Dadri may not have become such a great
education centre. It is the result of clear cut vision and focus of Shri Guptaji that has provided a
dynamic thrust to society and helping it to be one of the best. The work of this legendary figure
is being carried forwarded by another visionary and professional Shri Ashok Gupta who is a real
blend mix of youth and maturity. He is a chartered accountant by profession and currently is at
the helm of affairs of the society. He is a workaholic and conscientious by nature and has put
aside his blooming career at Delhi to serve the society.

         Dadri Education Society has got a sprawling campus of about 100 acres. It really finds a
place of pride amongst the very well managed educational societies in the country. Under the
aegis of DES 12 educational institutes providing quality eduction have mushroomed.

ABOUT THE COLLEGE

        Murari Lal Rasiwasia Ayurvedic College is the latest entrant to the fold of Dadri
Education Society. It is approved by Central Council of Indian Medicine (Govt. of India),
recognized by Haryana Govt. and is affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak. It has been established
with the missionary zeal to produce, groom and nature "Ayurveda Ratnas" who would in turn try
to protect the society from various types of ailments.

          The college's endeavour would be to provide quality education, infrastructure and
facilities to the students, thus matching the best in the trade. The professional and proactive
approach adopted by the management and the staff will be a potent weapon for the college to
attain dizzy heights.

LOCATION

        MLRAC is situated on R.K. Gupta Marg, located on Delhi-Charkhi Dadri-Bikaner
Highway. The town is well connected both by Roadways and Railways. Delhi and almost all
the major cities of Haryana fall within a radius of 100 Kms. The pollution free, no health hazard,
salubrious environment which is a great luxury now a days is always at the disposal of Charkhi
Dadri. Such legacies to the town makes it an ideal destination to professional education seekers
to seek education in pure and serene environment.




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HOSPITAL

         The college has got a very well equipped modern hospital with a provision of 100 beds.
It has also got a team of immensely qualified, experienced and dedicated doctors, nurses and
technical staff. The hospital is also having clinical laboratories, operation theatre, labour room,
morgue, X-ray Room, E.C.G., Ultra-sonography facilities and Ambulance services. The hospital
also offers a facility of private rooms.

HOSTEL

        The college offers a separate hostel facility for the boys and the girls with each having a
capacity of 100 students. Every hostel has got adequate space, well furnished rooms, a common
room with ample recreational and indoor games facilities and a co-operative mess run by the
students themselves. Both the hostels are situated at a walking distance from the college.

HERBAL GARDEN

         College has developed a rich herbal garden which has got the rare plants whose identity
is most essential for clinical valuation. College proposes to become a nodal agency for
cultivation of herbs of export value.

PHARMACY

        College has established an Ayurvedic Pharmacy with modern equipments, where students
will get exposure to the various aspects of the pharmaceutical management, which is on global
level now a days.

LIBRARY

        The college has got a state-of-the-art-library having regular and reference books both on
Ayurvedic as well as modern system of medicine. All the vk'kZ xzUFk are also available
for the students. The library is a regular subscriber of journals, newspapers and ayurvedic
magazines.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

         A part from imparting the medical knowledge to shape the personality of students,
institute will carry out debates, seminars, Quiz, guest lectures, games and other cultural activities
for overall development of students.




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            J.R. KISSAN HOMOEOPATHIC COLLEGE, ROHTAK



INTRODUCATION

        Homoeopathy is a unique alternative system of Medical Science based on the „Law of
Similar‟. It is a wonderful system of healing which is internationally accepted and being practiced
in India. It was officially accepted as an efficient and potential system of medicine in 1973
through the parliament by enacting Homoeopathic Central Council Act, 1973. Subsequently
Govt. of India decided that Homoeopathy should contribute towards the development of National
Health Service in the country. At the 9th Joint Congress of Central Council of Health and Central
Council of Family Welfare, in view of its efficacy, high potential and expectation of positive role,
it was decided to harness the Homoeopathic System of Medicine alongwith the Indian System of
Medicine in achieving the National Goal of “Health for All – by 2000 A.D.”

        For achieving the above goal and to elevate the suffering of humanity on national level,
the Central Government and State Governments have recognized and permitted to oopen
teaching medical institutions of Homoeopathy throughout the country.

          With the thought of propagating Homoeopathy in the posterity, a few ardent and zealous
followers of Homoeopathy formed a charitable trust and named it „J.R.Kissan Trust‟. This trust
pledged to open a premier Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital in Rohtak which would be
the first and foremost Homoeopathic Institute of Haryana.

OBJECTIVES
          To provide and propagate education and research in the field of Homoeopathy.

        To collect, develop and compile ideas, informations, methods & techniques which will go
a long way to promote the science and treatment of Homoeopathy.

         To produce competent and dedicated homoeopaths who can render their valuable services
for the benefit of poor population who can not afford other forms of treatments.

MANAGEMENT
        The College is managed by the Governing body of the registered J.R.Kissan Trust,
Rohtak. The Governing body comprises of eminent persons from different walks of life.

         The management is committed to make a Model Homoeopathic Medical College in the
state of Haryana. It goes to the credit and vision of the President of the Management to create this
pioneer Homoeopathic college in the state.

COLLEGE
          Location :- Situated at old sunderpur road, Jind bye pass chowk, near gas godown,
Rohtak.


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Affiliation and recognition :- Affiliated to the Pt. B.D.Sharma University of Health Sciences,
Rohtak

Recognised by the Dept. of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India,
Cenral Council of Homoeopathy.

Library :- The College library is well-equipped with volumes of books of all disciplines. The
library subscribes for variety of periodicals and journals.

Faculty :- The college staff comprises of senior Homoeopaths and hard working juniors in all
disciplines.

HOSPITAL:-
       The college has an attached running hospital with OPD and IPD. It has unique
Pathological Laboratory, Medicine, Gynaecology and Surgery Departments which are well-
equipped with modern instruments and technology.

       The hospital also renders mobile medical services. It has peripheral OPD‟s in villages
around the city as well as within the city of Rohtak, run by well-known experienced
Homoeopathic Physicians where the students get rich clinical experience. Provision has been
made for internees to get clinical experience during their internship period.




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     COMBINED ENTRANCE TEST FOR 65% SEATS OF BAMS/
     BHMS COURSE FOR PVT. SELF FINANCING AYURVEDIC/
          HOMEOPATHIC COLLEGES OF HARYANA
                                  AT A GLANCE
Sr. No.   PARTICULARS                                         DATE

1.        Availability of application form   w.e.f.           1-10-2011

2.        Last date for receiving of Application forms duly   14-10-2011 (UP TO 05:00PM)
          filled.

3.        Date of Entrance Test Examination                   22-10-2011 (Saturday)
                                                      Time    1.00 P.M. to 4.00 P.M.

4.        Venue/ Center for Entrance Examination              Rohtak


5.        Date of Declaration of Result                       WITHIN 48 HOURS


6.        Date of Counseling :                                25-10-2011
                                  Time of Counseling          8:30 AM

7.        Venue of Counseling :                               Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS,
                                                              Rohtak




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               DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS FOR BAMS/BHMS


           PVT. SELF FINANCING AYURVEDIC/ HOMEOPATHIC
         COLLEGES OF HARYANA AFFILIATED TO PT. B.D.SHARMA
              UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, ROHTAK



    Sr.   Name & Address of Colleges                         Total No. of Seat   65 % Seats to
    No.                                                                          filled
    1.    Ayujyoti Ayurvedic College & Hospital              50                  32

          Panjuana-Kharia Road, Jodhpuria, Sirsa

    2.    C.D.L. College of Ayurveda , Bhagwangarh,          50                  32

          Jagadhari

    3.    Gaur Brahman Ayurvedic College, Brahmanwas,        70                  45 **

          Rohtak

    4.    M.L.R. Ayurvedic College, Charkhi Dadri            50                  32 *

    5     J.R. Kissan Homeopathic College & Hospital         50                  32**
          Rohtak

** Subject to permission from Central Council of Indian Medicine / Deptt. of AYUSH, Govt. of
    India, New Delhi/ Haryana Govt.

* The provisional admission of the candidates or any allotment of seats to the petitioner college
    shall be subject to the final out come of the writ petition (CWP No. 17961 of 2011) pending
    in Hon‟ble Punjab & Haryana High court.




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                            ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS

A. The candidates should fulfill the following minimum conditions for

admission in B.A.M.S./B.H.M.S. course :-

B.A.M.S

i) He / She will attain the age of 17 years or more on 31-12-2011.

ii) The Candidate must have :-

a) Passed Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 Class) of the Board of School Education,
Haryana or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto with atleast 33% marks in each
subject i.e. English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany Zoology) in the theory and practical
separately and 50% marks in aggregate of these subjects and pass in Sanskrit as an elective/core
subject of atleast 100 marks.

                                               OR

          Uttar Madhyama of Sampurnanad Sanskrit, Vishwavidyala, Varanasi with Science
(Biology Group) and English.

                                               OR

          Any other examination recognised by Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences,
Rohtak as equivalent to (a) above with the prescribed percentage of marks/subjects, as the case
may be.

B.H.M.S

i) He / She will attain the age of 17 years or more on 31-12-2011.

ii) The Candidate must have :-

a) Passed Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 Class) of the Board of School Education,
Haryana or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto with atleast 33% marks in each
subject i.e. English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany Zoology) in the theory and practical
separately.



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Note :

   1. For candidates belonging to SC & BC, aggregate marks will be read as 40 % instead of
      50 % in any one of the above examination.

   2. A candidate who has taken admission in B.A.M.S. and has not passed Sanskrit at 10+2
      level prior to admission in B.A.M.S., shall have to offer Sanskrit in B.A.M.S. 1st Prof.
      Examination.

   3. The subject of English of 10+2 or equivalent examination may be accepted for the
      purpose irrespective of marks assigned to it.

   4. The candidates passing qualifying examination from National Open School are also
      eligible provided they fulfill the eligibility conditions - laid down as above.

   5. Diploma in Pharmacy & Dresser‟s course are not equivalent to 10+2 for the purpose of
      admission to B.A.M.S. Course.

   6. The list of the examination recognised as equivalent to 10+2 examination of Board of
      School Education, Haryana is available in the Academic Branch of Pt. B.D. Sharma
      University of Health Sciences.

   7. There shall be no reservation for admission to BAMS/BHMS.

   8. There will be no negative marking.




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                 FEE STRUCTURE & DURATION OF COURSE

         The fee structure for B.A.M.S. course in Private Unaided Ayurvedic institutions in
Haryana for the session 2011-12 will be 75,900/- per student per annum. & (Rs. 68500/- per
student per annum for BHMS, subject to approval of State Fee Committee).

Caution :

         Charges for college library (refundable), caution money for Hostel/Mess (refundable),
fee related to Hostel, room rent / water and electricity charges and transportation charges shall be
charged extra.

Note:-

         Additional/ Revised fee if any, decided by the State Fee Committee/ University shall be
final and binding upon the students as well as the institutions.




DURATION OF COURSE FOR BAMS & BHMS

         The duration of course shall be 5 ½ years including compulsory rotating internship.




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                                        SYLLABUS
        The syllabus for the paper of the Entrance Examination, as referred in Chapter-VIII shall
be that of the 11th and 12th class (under 10+2 pattern of education) prescribed by the Central
Board of School Education, Delhi.- 10+1 for the year 2009-10 and (10+2) for the year 2010-
2011.
                                    CLASS XI
                                    PHYSICS
Unit I: Physical World and Measurement
Unit II: Kinematics
Unit III: Laws of Motion
Unit IV: Work, Energy and Power
Unit V: Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
Unit VI: Gravitation
Unit VII: Properties of Bulk Matter
Unit VIII: Thermodynamics
Unit IX: Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
Unit X: Oscillations and Waves


                                           CLASS XII
                                           PHYSICS
Unit I: Electrostatics
Unit II: Current Electricity
Unit III: Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
Unit IV: Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
Unit V: Electromagnetic waves
Unit VI: Optics
Unit VII: Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Unit VIII: Atoms & Nuclei
Unit IX: Electronic Devices
Unit X: Communication Systems
Unit XI: Head & Thermodynamics
Unit XII: Nuclei
                                           CLASS XI
                                         CHEMISTRY
Unit I: Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
Unit II: Structure of Atom
Unit III: Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
Unit IV: Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
Unit V: States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
Unit VI: Thermodynamics
Unit VII: Equilibrium
Unit VIII: Redox Reactions
Unit IX : Hydrogen
Unit X: s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)

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Unit XI: Some p-Block Elements
General Introduction to p-Block Elements
Unit XII: Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques
Unit XIII: Hydrocarbons
Unit XIV: Environmental Chemistry
                                         Class XII
                                        CHEMISTRY
Unit I: Solid State
Unit II: Solutions
Unit III: Electrochemistry
Unit IV: Chemical Kinetics
Unit V: Surface Chemistry
Unit VI: General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements
Unit VII: p-Block Elements
Unit VIII: d and f Block Elements
Unit IX: Coordination Compounds
Unit X: Haloalkanes and Haloarenes.
Unit XI: Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
Unit XII: Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
Unit XIII: Organic compounds containing Nitrogen
Unit XIV: Biomolecules
Unit XV: Polymers
Unit XVI: Chemistry in Everyday life
                                      CLASS XI
                                      BIOLOGY
I Diversity in Living World
II Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants
III CELL: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
IV Plant Physiology
V Human Physiology
VI. Basic chemical constituents of living being.
                                          CLASS XII
                                          BIOLOGY
UNIT-I
REPRODUCTION IN ORGANISM
UNIT-II
GENETICS AND EVOLUTION
UNIT-III
BIOLOGY AND HUMAN WELFARE
UNIT-IV
BIOTECHNOLOGY AND ITS APPLICATIONS
UNIT-V
ECOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT




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             SCHEME OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
1. a) Last date of receipt of Application forms    :       14-10-2011 (upto 5:00 PM)

2. b) Date of Entrance Examination                 :       22-10-2011 (Saturday)

   c) Timings                                      :       From 1.00 P.M. to 4.00 P.M

3. Medium of Examination
   The medium of Entrance Examination will be English.
   The question-paper will be set in English.

4. Scheme of Examination
   i)     The Entrance Examination shall consist of one paper of 180 questions.
          Botany,Zoology,Physics and Chemistry.
   ii)    There will be a total of 180 objective type questions in having 45 questions from
          each subject.
   iii)   Paper shall carry a maximum of 720 marks.
   iv)    Only objective type questions will be included in the Entrance Examination.
5. Negative Marking
   There will be no negative marking in entrance examination.

6. Instructions for Question Booklet

   i)      Candidates will be given a Question Booklet and Answer Sheet immediately
           after taking seat. They are advised to read and follow the instructions on front
           and back-page of the Question Booklet carefully.
   ii)     Each Question Booklet is assigned a number and a code (A or B or C or D)
           mentioned on the front page, which every candidate must carefully fill in the
           appropriate place on the Answer Sheet.
   iii)    Candidate must sign on the front page of the Question Booklet at the appropriate
           place marked for this purpose.
   iv)     The Question Booklet has paper seal pasted on it. Candidates should break the
           seal and open the Question Booklet only when they are asked to do so by the
           invigilator.
   v)      Candidate must check the Question Booklet has 180 questions (in Botany,
           Zoology, Physics and Chemistry) immediately after breaking the seal. In case
           any defect in the question Booklet is found, invigilator may be requested to
           replace the same with the same code immediately.
   vi)     The Question Booklet and he Answer Sheet must be returned to the invigilator
           before leaving the hall.
   vii)     The candidate shall indicate the number of questions attempted in each section.

7. Instructions for Question Booklet



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   i       Candidates will be given a Question Booklet and Answer Sheet immediately
           after taking seat. They are advised to read and follow the instructions on front
           and back-page of the Question Booklet carefully.
   ii)     Each Question Booklet is assigned a number and a code (A or B or C or D)
           mentioned on the front page, which every candidate must carefully fill in the
           appropriate place on the Answer Sheet.
   i)      Candidate must sign on the front page of the Question Booklet at the appropriate
           place marked for this purpose.
   ii)     The Question Booklet has paper seal pasted on it. Candidates should break the
           seal and open the Question Booklet only when they are asked to do so by the
           invigilator.

8. Rough Work

   The candidate should not do any rough work on the Answer-sheet. All rough work is to
   be done on the last page of Question Booklet. Do not mark or write anything elsewhere in
   the Question Booklet.

9. Procedure to be followed in the Examination Hall

   i)      The candidate will be supplied OMR Answer-Sheet which will be evaluated by
           Computer and is to be used carefully. Complete and accurate marking on this
           sheet is, therefore, extremely important.
   ii)     The candidates are advised to ensure their eligibility as per provisions made in
           the Prospectus before appearing in the Entrance Examinations. They will be
           admitted in the Entrance Examination provisionally. Mere appearing in the
           Entrance Examination will not make them eligible for counselling. However, the
           eligibility for counselling will be determined by the counselling board after the
           verification of relevant/necessary documents.
   iii)    The candidate will bring his/her recent photograph at the time of examination and
           hand it over to the invigilator on duty.
   iv)     10 minutes before the commencement of the examination each candidate will be
           given a sealed Question Booklet with an answer-sheet placed inside it.
   v)      Immediately on receipt of the Question Booklet the candidate will fill in the
           required particulars on cover page of the Question Booklet with Black ball point
           Pen only. But he/she will not open the Question Booklet until asked to do so by
           the invigilator.
   vi)     Books, papers, slide rule, log table, cellular phone, pager, calculator etc. are not
           allowed in the Examination Hall.
   vii)    The examination will start exactly at the time mentioned in the „Prospectus‟ and
           an announcement to this effect will be made by the Invigilator.
   viii)   During the examination the Invigilator will check „Admit-Card‟ of the candidate
           and compare photographs to satisfy himself about the identity of each candidate.
           The Invigilator will also put his signature in the place provided in the Answer-
           Sheet. The authorities are at liberty to adopt any measures to ascertain identity of
           the candidate.
   ix)     The candidate shall bring his/her own blue/ black ball point pen. These will not
           be supplied.
   x)      The candidate must use Blue/ Black Ball Pen for answering on the answer
           sheet(OMR).


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    xi)        After completing the test and before handing over the Question Booklet and
               Answer-Sheet, the candidate should check again that all the particulars required
               in the Question Booklet and the Answer-Sheet have been correctly written.
    xii)       A signal will be given at the beginning of the examination and at half time. A
               signal will also be given before the closing time when the candidates must stop
               marking responses.
    xiii)      a)      To answer any question, the candidate will be required to darken the
                       circle by using Black Ball Pen corresponding to the answer he/she thinks
                       to be
                       correct against the serial number of the question.
               b)      It should be carefully noted that the circles should be dark & be filled in
                       as completely as possible.
    xiv)   No candidate will be allowed to enter in the examination hall fifteen minutes
           after the commencement of exam.
    xv)    The Question-booklet and the OMR Answer sheet are to be handed over to the
           Supervisor/Invigilator before leaving the hall. The candidate who does not hand
           over the Question-booklet alongwith the OMR Sheet to the
           Supervisor/Invigilator, his/her candidature will stand cancelled besides facing
           action to be decided by the University.
    xvi)   The candidates are required to furnish the Admit Card at the time of (i) entry into
           the Examination Hall and (ii) during the course of examination for necessary
           identification by the supervisory staff on duty. The candidates are, therefore,
           advised to keep the Admit Card intact.
    xvii) There is no provision for re-evaluation/re-checking of OMR Answer-Sheets.
    xviii) The University will be free to take the Thumb Impression of the candidates at the
           time of Entrance Test, Counselling and even after admission to the class.
    xix)   Videography will be done of each student. The student will wear a slip on left
           side of chest bearing his/her roll No.
    xx)    The videography and finger prints expert report etc. in doubtful cases will be the
           basis for determining/ascertain the identity of the candidate.
10. Sample questions alongwith method of marking are given below
    Question: When a tuning fork vibrates with 1.0m or 1.05m long wire of a conomotor, 5 beats per
    second are produced in Each Case. What will be the frequency of the tuning fork?

    (A). 195                            (B).295                  (C). 205                  (D).210




    3 being the correct answer has been darkened.




(A) The candidate will be required to write Roll No. and other particulars on the OMR
    ANSWER SHEET as shown below in the example for Roll No. 371206




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                                         3   7   1    2   0   6


                                     1   0   0        0   0   0


                                     2   0   0   0        0   0


                                     3       0   0    0   0   0


                                     4   0   0   0    0   0   0


                                     5   0   0   0    0   0   0
    Roll No. 371206
                                     6   0   0   0    0   0


                                     7   0       0    0   0   0


                                     8   0   0   0    0   0   0


                                     9   0   0   0    0   0   0


                                     0   0   0   0    0       0




    11. PUNISHMENT FOR USE OF UNFAIR MEANS
        If any candidate is found guilty of any breach of rules mentioned in the prospectus or
        guilty of using unfair means, he/she will be liable to be punished.
        Unfair means include :
             i)       Impersonation
             ii)      Copying with help of books/cell phones/verbal communication/piece or
                      paper having material for copying.
             iii)     Exchange of Question Booklet/Answer sheet.
             iv)      Coping by seeing the other candidate answer books.
             v)       Any other method of unfair means not mentioned in the prospectus.
             vi)      The action will be taken as per the unfair means ordinance or as per the
                      recommendations of the Vice-Chancellor.
    12. MEDICAL EXAMINATION
        (a)       The selected candidates at the time of counselling (s) will report to the respective
                  colleges for admission, medical examination and fee deposition on the dates
                  fixed by the Counselling Board. The standard of physical fitness required for
                  admission will be determined by the said board. The candidature of candidates
                  found medically unfit will be liable to cancellation. “The admission fee will be
                  accepted only after medical fitness”.
        (b)       Selected physically handicapped candidates will also have to appear before the
                  Medical Board for assessment whether they are fit to carry out the duties despite
                  being handicapped. “The decision of the Medical Board will be final ”.
12. LEGAL JURISDICTION
        All disputes pertaining to the conduct of examination and allotment shall fall within the
        jurisdiction of Rohtak only. The competent authority shall be the legal entity who may
        sue and be sued. If any person (s) or officer(s) dealing with the conduct of BAMS
        Entrance Examination engage himself/herself in act(s) that would result in the leakage of
        the question paper(s) or attempt to use or help in the use of unfair means in this
        examination, he/she shall be liable for prosecution under the Indian Penal Code.




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                METHOD OF SELECTION AND ADMISSION
RESULT:

The result of Entrance Examination will be displayed on the notice board in the office of the
Controller of Examinations and also on the Website                i.e. www.uhsr.ac.in and
www.pgimsrohtak.nic.in

COUNSELLING

    1. The Counselling for admission to BAMS/BHMS Course will be held at Pt. B.D. Sharma
       P.G.I.M.S, Rohtak and selection of candidates will be made on the basis of their merit in
       the Entrance Exam.
    2. It is mandatory for the qualified candidates to appear before the counseling Board in
       person. No relaxation will be given to candidates who are unable to appear before the
       Counselling Board on the fixed date & time.

Note:- If two or more candidates secure equal marks in the entrance test, their relative merit will
       be determined by the total marks obtained by them in 10+2 (Physics, Chemistry &
       Biology) examination. In case the marks in 10+2 (Physics, Chemistry & Biology)
       examination are also equal, the candidate older in age will be preferred.

                              METHOD OF ADMISSION

    1) At the time of counseling the candidates will be required to exercise their choice for the
        institution and the course. The allotment of the seats shall be made according to the merit
        and preference exercised by the candidates at the time of Counselling.
    2) During subsequent counseling (s) the Course/ Institution will be allotted as per the merit
        of the candidate depending on the availability of seats on that particular day.
    3) “During the final counseling, a waiting list of the eligible candidates, based on their merit
        will be prepared by the Couseling Board. In case any seat falls vacant due to any reason,
        the same will be filled up from the wait listed candidates”.
    4) Candidate who fails to attend the Medical Examination on the notified date(s) will forfeit
        the claim for admission and placement except permitted by the competent authority under
        special circumstances.
    5) As decided by the C.C.I.M. in terms of decision of Hon‟ble Supreme Court of India, the
        admission in all the institutions will be completed by 31th October of the year of the
        admission for BAMS/BHMS course.
    6) The name of the student (s) who remain(s) absent from classes for more than 15 days at a
        stretch after joining the said course will be struck off form the college rolls without
        giving any notice.



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                            GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
   1. Application form for admission to Entrance Examination duly complete in all respect
       must be accompanied by the following:-
       a. Two copy of recent photograph (passport size) duly attested by the principal of the
           school/ college last attended bearing form No. on its back to be attached besides to be
           pasted on the space provided in the application form and OMR sheet.
       b. Self attested copy of Matriculation/ Secondary School Certificate (or its equivalent)
           showing the date of birth of the candidate.
       c. Self attested copies of following certificates:-
           i)     Having passed/ appeared in qualifying examination i.e. 10+2.
           ii)    Certificate of good conduct/ character from the Principal of the Institution last
                  attended(Appendix-D)
           iii)   Certificate regarding claim for relaxation in eligibility (if claim) i.e. for SC &
                  BC wherever applicable should be attached in prescribed performa Appendix
                  -A and Appendix-B

Note : -
   1. (i) Certificate issued in the proforma prescribed by the competent authority mentioned in
       Appendix (s) will only be accepted.
       (ii) A copy of prospects containing an application form, OMR application form for
       entrance examination can be obtained from concerned Private Colleges/ Controller of
       Finance, Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences Rohtak & HDFC Bank
       near D-Park Model Town, Rohtak (Haryana) in person on cash payment of Rs. 800/-.
       Request for prospectus through registered post must be received in the office of the
       Controller of Finance, Pt. B.D.Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak on or
       before 7-10-2011 by sending a Bank Draft of Rs. 850/- drawn in favour of Controller of
       Finance, Pt. B.D.Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak payable of State
       Bank of India, Medical College, Rohtak (Code 4735), failing which the request will
       not be entertained. Payment by Cheque, Money Order, I.P.O. or in any other form will
       not be accepted.
   2. Each candidate for BAMS/BHMS Entrance Examination must fill up the Admission form
       in his/her own handwriting and OMR Application form and send it under registered cover
       super scribed      “ADMISSION FORM FOR BAMS/BHMS IN PVT. SELF
       FINANCING AYURVEDIC/ HOMEOPATHIC COLLEGES OF HARYANA


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    ENTRANCE EXAMINATION-2011” to the Controller of Examinations, Pt. B.D.
    Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak or submit it personally and take a
    receipt thereof so as to reach Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak
    on or before 14-10-2011 upto 5.00 P.M.
3. The admission form alongwith OMR Application form duly complete in all respects must
    be sent through Registered/ Speed Post. The authorities do not take any responsibilities
    for delay or loss of form or correspondence pertaining thereto in postal transit or through
    courier service.
4. It may be noted that Serial No. of the Application form and OMR Application form may
    differ.
5. All the particulars in the application form must be written carefully and legibly.
    Applications which are incomplete in required particulars or enclosures will not be
    considered.
6. The cost of Application form/Prospectus inclusive of entrance examination fee will
    not be refunded in any case.
7. Any attempt on the part of a candidate, his friends or relatives to canvass or bring
    influence to bear upon the Competent Authority directly or indirectly for securing
    admission will be disqualification for admission.
8. The candidates placed in the merit list provisionally mu st      produce     the   following
    documents in original alongwith their attested copies at the time of counseling :-
a) Certificate of good conduct and character from the Principal/Head of the College/School
    last attended by the candidate.
b) A certificate of having passed the qualifying examination as mentioned under              the
    Chapter relating to the Eligibility.
c) Matriculation/ Secondary School (or its equivalent) certificate/ showing the date of birth
    of the candidate.
d) Certificate regarding claim for relaxation in eligibility (if claimed) i.e. for SC & BC
    wherever applicable should be attached in prescribed performa Appendix -A and
    Appendix- B
Note:-
    All the selected candidates shall be required to deposit above original certificates (a to d)
    with the institution where they get admission. These will be returned after completion of
    the course. However, if a candidate withdraws his/her candidature then these will be
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9. If a candidate is admitted on the basis of the information submitted by him but at any
    subsequent time it is discovered that any portion of his information is incorrect or false he
    shall be removed from the college and fee and other dues paid uptil the date of such
    removal shall be forfeited. The Competent Authority may take any further action against
    the student and his guardian as is considered necessary.
10. The Counselling Board shall have the power to call for any document(s) from the
    candidate(s) in support of his/her claim and reject any certificate not considered valid.
    The decision of the Counselling Board in this regard shall be final.
11. No judicial proceeding will lie against the Competent Authorities i.e. Pt. B.D. Sharma
    University of Health Sciences, Rohtak for conducting test & declaring result and Director
    PGIMS, Rohtak for counselling & admissions.
12. All admissions to the BAMS/BHMS Entrance Examination and of such students as are
    admitted on the basis of BAMS/BHMS Entrance Examination are provisional i.e. subject
    to their registration with the Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, after
    completing necessary requirements as per rules/ordinances.
13. The candidate will deposit the fees prescribed by the Institute/College within the period
    stipulated by the Director/Principal of the Institute/College, where the candidate has been
    admitted.
14. All admissions shall be made strictly on merit determined on the basis of
    performance in entrance examination.
15. In case of ambiguity in the rules, interpretation of the same by the Competent Authority
    shall be final.
16. Application forms received after the due date and time due to any reason including postal
    delay will be rejected without any intimation to the candidates.
17. No change in category(ies) will be entertained/permitted at the later stage. However, the
    candidate who has once appeared in the Entrance Test/admitted against the general
    category seat shall not be shifted to reserved category seat at later stage.
18. The selection for admission will be cancelled if the selected candidate does not join the
    college/Institute on the stipulated date fixed by the counselling board.
19. The fee deposited by any of the candidate in the college against Ist admission shall have
    to be refunded as per rules to the candidate by the college in case he/she is
    shifted/adjusted in any other course/college.
20. There shall be no re-evaluation/re-checking of Answer-sheet and no request in this regard
    shall be entertained.
21. If any candidate or his/her parents or guardian are found to have submitted any false
    affidavit /certificate, not only the candidate‟s admission will be cancelled but the person
    filing the affidavit will also be liable to be prosecuted in accordance with law.
22. The rules given herein are only provisional. These may be changed or modified by the
    Competent Authority without prior notice. Candidates cannot make any claim on the
    basis of information given in the prospectus.




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         BAN ON RAGGING IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
         Instructions for curbing ragging:

         Ragging in educational institutions is banned and any one indulging in ragging is likely to
         be punished appropriately, which punishment may include expulsion from the institution,
         suspension from the institution or classes for a limited period or fine with a public
         apology. The punishment may also take shape of (i) withholding scholarships or other
         benefits (ii) debarring from representation in events (iii) withholding results (iv)
         suspension or expulsion from hostel or mess, and the like. If the individuals committing
         or abetting ragging are not/cannot be identified, collective punishment can be awarded to
         act as a deterrent.

         The following will be termed as the Act of Ragging :

         Any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the
         effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness any other students, indulging in
         rowdy or undisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship
         or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in freshers or junior
         students or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such students
         will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a
         sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely effect the physique or psyche of a
         fresher or a junior student.

Note :

         Besides above, the candidates would also observe the following instructions:-

   i)    It must be noted by the candidates/parents/guardian etc. that ragging is banned in the
         institutions and in case anyone indulging in ragging is liable to be punished appropriately
         including expulsion from the Institution and/or imprisonment upto 3 years, and /or fine
         upto 25,000/-.

   ii) The concerned Institution will have the right that to prevent/prohibition of ragging under
       Act/Ordinance and if any, candidate admitted to the course found indulging in ragging
       will be cognizable offence and really means business and the Institutes will not hesitate to
       take stern action against the offenders.

   iii) A candidate admitted to the course in an Institution shall submit an undertaking duly
        signed by him/her and countersigned by his/her parents/guardian at the time of admission
        to the effect that he/she is fully aware of the law regarding ragging as well as the
        punishment and that he/she if found guilty on this account is liable to be punished
        appropriately. Similar undertaking shall also be furnished by the parents/guardian that
        they are fully aware and noted the law in this regard and agrees to abide by the



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     punishment meted out to his/her ward in case their ward, if admitted to the course is
     found guilty of ragging as per Appendix - C .

iv) Undertaking of similar nature as given under Sr. No. iii & above shall also be obtained
    from the admitted candidates in the application form for admission to the Hostels as well.

v)      As per the order of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India dated 16.05.2007 which
        is reproduced below :
                   “If any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the
                   concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if his
                   explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would expel him
                   from the institution”.



vi) Every student for the purpose of his/her admission shall furnish a Character
    Certificate from the institutions wherefrom he/she has passed his qualifying
    examination, which would mention the status of his/her behavioral pattern specially
    in terms as to whether he/she has displayed persistent violent or aggressive behavior
    or any desire to harm others.




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    EXTRACT OF ORDINANCE ON MAINTENANCE OF DISCIPLINE AMONG
 STUDENTS OF PANDIT BHAGWAT DAYAL SHARMA, UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH
                    SCINECES ROHTAK (HARYANA)
Prohibition of ragging and penalties thereof
(1) Ragging in any form shall be strictly proh ibited within the premises of the
    University, a college or an institution, as the case may be, or in any part of the
    University system as well as on public transport or at any other place,public or
    private.
(2) Any individual or collective ct or practice of ragging shall constitute an act of
    gross indiscipline and shall be dealt with under the provisions of this
    ordinance.
(3) Ragging for the purposes of this ordinance, shall ordinarily mean any act,
    conduct or practice by which the dominant power or sta tus f senior studetns is
    brought to bear upon the students who are in any way considered junior or
    inferior by the former and includes individual or collective acts as practices
    which -
    (a) Involve physical assault or threat to use physical force ;
    (b) Violate the status, dignity and honour of students, in particular Women
         students and those belonging to scheduled caste or a scheduled tribe;
    (c) Expose students to ridicule or contempt or commit an act which may lower
         their self esteem; and
    (d) Entail verbal abuse, mental or physical torture, aggression, corporal
         punishment, harassment, trauma, indecent gesture and obsence behaviour.
(4) The Dean of the Faculty, Chief Warden, Director of the institution or the
    Principal of the college, as the case may be shall take immediate action on the
    receipt of any information that ragging has taken place or is likely to take
    place.
(5) Notwithstanding anything contained in clause (4), the chairman of the Board of
    Discipline of University and its maintained colleg e or the chairman of the
    Board of Disciplinne of an affiliated college or institution may also suo moto
    inquire into any incident of ragging or likelihood of such incident and make a
    report to the Vice- Chancellor or Director/ Principal of the affiliated c ollege/
    institution, as the case may be, clearly pinpointing, among other details, the
    identity of the student or the students who a were involved in the incident the
    nature of the incident.
(6) The chairman of the Board of Discipline may also submit an i nterim report to
    the Vice-Chancellor in the case of University and its maintained colleges or to
    the Principal/ Director of the affiliated colleges, as the case may be,
    establishing the identity of the perpetrators of ragging and the nature of the
    incident.
(7) If the chairman of a Board of Discipline is satisfied that for any reason, to be recorded
    in writing, it is not feasible to hold and inquiry referred to in clauses (4) and (5), he
    may so advise the Vice -Chancellor or Director/ Principal of the aff iliated college/
    institution as the case may be accordingly.
(8) Where the Vice -Chancellor or the Director/ Principal in case of affiliated colleges is
    satisfied, on receipt of a recommendation to this effect or otherwise, that it is not
    expedient to hold an inquiry into an incident of ragging, he shall order accordingly for
    reasons to be recorded in writing.




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           STATE AGENCY : PT. B.D.SHARMA
 UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, ROHTAK (HARYANA)


 Prospectus cum Application form shall be available from following
                counters on payment of Rs. 800/-


SR.                NAME OF INSTITUTE               CONTACT No.
NO.

1.    The Controller of Finance, Pt. B.D.Sharma
      University of Health Sciences, Rohtak        01262-213113

2.    HDFC Bank, Near D-Park, Model Town,          01262-657238
      Rohtak                                       01262-657239

3.    Ayujyoti Ayurvedic College & Hospital ,      09812036928
      Sirsa                                        09812079520

4     C.D.L. College of Ayurveda,                  01732-212401
      Bhagwangarh, Jagadhari (Yamunanagar)         01732-212400
                                                   09416252866

5.    Gaur     Brahaman    Ayurvedic    College,   01262-227552
      Brahmanwas (Rohtak)                          09254327552

6.    M.L.R. Ayurvedic College, Charkhi Dadri      01250-223542
      (Bhiwani)                                    01250-223543

7.    J.R.Kissan    Homeopathic     College   &
                                                   01262-325489
      Hospital, Rohtak




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                                                                                                                 Appendix- A

                               CERTIFICATE OF SCHEDULED CASTE
                      Certified           that          Mr./Miss...................................    Son/Daughter             of
Sh.................................... Village/Ward No. .............................Teh...........................................
District ......................... Haryana belongs to ................................ Caste. Which has been declared
Scheduled Caste in the Constitution (Scheduled Castes) Order 1950.
           Caste certificate shall be valid for life.


Dated.....................                                           Tehsildar/Naib Tehsildar-cum- Executive

Place :                                                                      Magistrate/Head of the Department




Certificate from no other authority will be accepted.




                                                                                                                 Appendix- B

                                   BACKWARD CLASS CERTIFICATE
           Certified that Mr/Miss ............................ Son/Daughter of Sh ......................................
Resident        of     Village/Ward No..................................... Tehsil .................................. District
..................................... Haryana belongs                     to ..................................... Caste, which has
been declared           Backward Classes Block                     ..................................... (A/B)   by    Haryana
Government. It is also certified that the applicant is not covered under creamy layer criteria as
notifed by Haryana Govt. vide Circular No. 1170-SW(1) 95 dated 7-6-95 and No. 1883/SW (1)-
95 dated 28.9.1995.
           Caste certificate shall be valid for life from the date of issue.



Dated.....................                                           Tehsildar/Naib Tehsildar-cum- Executive

Place :                                                          Magistrate/Head of the Department
                              Certificate from no other authority will be accepted.



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                                                                                                Appendix - C

                       UNDERTAKING AT THE TIME OF JOINING
(All admitted candidates and their parents will give the following undertaking at the time of
joining)

        I ......…..............................S/O, D/O Sh. .............................admitted to BAMS Course
Session 2011 do hereby undertake :-

    i)   That after joining the course I will abide by the rules regulations of College and Hostel.
    ii) I am aware that violation of rules/law/instructions regarding ragging would attract Penal
        /disciplinary action against me.
    iii) That I will abide by the rules/law/instructions issued from time to time regarding
    iv) That I will abide by the dress/uniform code.
    v) That while residing in Hostel of the Institution, I will not keep Scooter/ Motor Cycle/
       Car.
    vi) That I will not consume any INTOXICANTS in Hostel/ College premises.
    vii) That I have read the relevant instructions/regulations against ragging, as well as
         punishment. I will comply the instructions/regulations and in case I found guilty at any
         stage, disciplinary action as per above guidelines may be taken against me.




                                                                    Signature of the Candidate

                                                                     Address:


I father/Guardian of Mr./Ms._____________________ gone through/have read the relevant
instructions about the rules and regulations against ragging as well as punishment. My ward will
abide by all the rules regulations of College & Hostel. In case my ward has been found guilty I
have no objection for initiated any disciplinary action against my ward.

                                                                     Signature of the Father/Guardian

                                                                     Address:

                                                                          Mob./Ph. No.




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                                                                                Appendix–D

CHARACTER CERTIFICATE FROM THE PRINCIPAL/HEAD OF THE
INSTITUTION LAST ATTENDED.



        Certified    that   Mr./Ms.     ……………………………………………………………

Son/Daughter of Shri …………………………………………… passed ………….. examination

from this school/institute for the session …………………….. During his stay in this

school/institute his/her conduct remained ……………. and he/she has not displayed persistent

violent or aggressive behaviour or any desire to harm others.




                                                         Signature of the Headmaster/ Principal
                                                         of Institution.

                                                         (with official seal)




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                          IMPORTANT INFORMATION


Last date of Receipt of Application Form               :       14-10-2011     (upto 5.00 P.M.)

Date and Time of Entrance Examination                  :       22-10-2011      ( Saturday)

                       Time                            :       From 1.00 P.M. to 4.00 P.M.

Venue of Entrance Examination                          :       Rohtak

Date of Counselling                                    :       25-10-2011 ( at 8:30 A.M.)

Venue/Centre                                           :       Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS Rohtak



Price (inclusive of Entrance Exam. Fee for BAMS courses in Pvt. Self Financing Colleges of
Haryana)         :

At Counters    :                               Rs. 800/-
By Registered Post                             Rs. 850/-

PROSPECTUS BY REGD. POST CAN BE OBTAINED FROM :

THE CONTROLLER OF FINANCE
PT. B.D. SHARMA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH
SCIENCES, ROHTAK




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