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Date posted: September 9, 2011

Last date of application : March 18- 2011
Date of Exam : 27th March 2011
Declaration of result : 3 days after Exam
Session starts : Before May 30th 2011

Subjects:
Materia Medica, Repertory, Organon of Medicine

Qualification
: BHMS or equivalent

Age limit
: Not more than 45 years

Colleges
: Govt. Homoeopathic Medical College, Calicut
Govt. Homeopathic Medical College, Trivandrum

Total seats : 36
12 in each subject
18 in each colleges

50% of total seats will be Merit Quota, out of which half (25%) will be All India  Merit Quota (open to all Indian citizens) and other half (25%) will be State Merit  Quota open to only candidates of Kerala origin passing out from the colleges in Kerala

All India General Merit:

There are a total of 9 (Nine) seats reserved for this quota. Candidates all  over India including the candidates from Kerala can get admission to this quota on the basis of the rank obtained.

First 9 seats are reserved for All India General  Merit viz, Materia Medica – 3, Homoeopathic Philosophy – 3, Repertory – 3.

There are 5 seats
reserved for the teachers of the private Homoeopathic Medical Colleges

There are 5 seats reserved for the teachers of the private Homoeopathic Medical Colleges as specified below. One seat in Materia Medica and one seat in Homoeopathic Philosophy are allotted to Dr. Padiar Memorial Homoeo College, Chottanikkara, and one seat in Homoeopathic Philosophy is allotted to Shree Vidyadhiraja Homoeo Medical College, Nemom, Thiruvananthapuram and one seat in Materia Medica and one seat in Casetaking & Repertorisation is allotted to ANSS Homoeopathic Medical College, Kottayam.

There are 5 seats
reserved for the Govt. College Teacher’s Quota as follows.
1 seats in Materia Medica, 2 seats in Homoeopathic Philosophy, 2 seats in Case Taking & Repertorisation. Option of the subject will be allowed only for the teachers of concerned subject.

If there is no sufficient applicant in the concerned  subject, the teachers who have taken other subject where there is no P.G. (ie. Department Pharmacy, Practice of Medicine, Anatomy, Physiology &  Biochemistry, Community Medicine (SPM), Gynecology, Surgery, Forensic Medicine & Toxicology and Pathology) can be opted for the above seats. College will be same where they are working.

Admission to Teachers Quota for the Teachers in Government and Aided Homoeopathic Medical Colleges will be based on the common seniority in service, irrespective of the department in which the teachers are posted now.

One sea
t will be set apart for the Doctors who served in rural areas as per CCH norms.

In the event of any seat(s) falling vacant under any category, on account of non-availability of eligible candidates, such seat(s) shall be filled up with eligible candidates from the list of Kerala General Merit.

Scheme of Examination:

There shall be two papers each of two hours duration, consisting of ‘Objective  type’ questions. Paper I will consist of Pre-clinical and Para-clinical subjects and Paper II will consist of Clinical Subjects

Certificates and Testimonials to be submitted with Application form:

i. Demand Draft for Rs. 800/- drawn in favour of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, payable at Thiruvananthapuram.
ii. The relevant page of the SSLC Book or other authentic school record to prove Date of Birth.
iii. Certificate or residence or ownership of land (Nativity Certificate) by a Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tahsildar or Certificate of Region of Education.
iv. Certificate showing the fact that the candidate belongs to the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/OEC/SEBC issued by a Competent Officer from Revenue Department.
v. Certificate to prove educational qualifications in Homoeopathy with their mark lists.
vi. Registration Certificate issued by the respective State Medical Council/Central Council of Homoeopathy.
vii. A Certificate from the Head of the Department/Institution to show that the candidate is working in such Department/Institution as Teacher/Medical Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Superintendent or D.M.O.
viii. A No Objection Certificate furnished by the Head of Department/Institution in the case of employees.
10.1. Only self attested copies of Photostats of the Certificates and testimonials are to be send along with the application. The originals shall be produced at the time of interview.
Documents/Certificates furnished after the submission of application will not be entertained under any circumstances. No opportunity will be given to incorporate any details after submission of the application.
10.2. If any doubt is felt about the genuineness of any Certificates furnished by the candidate, such Certificate(s) would be accepted only if found correct on further verification. Admission given will be cancelled if it is found later that false certificates have been produced or that the admission has been secured by fraudulent means.

How to apply
:
Those candidates, whose selection is based on the Entrance Examination should forward their filled up applications along with supporting documents mentioned in Clause 10 of the Prospectus and a Demand Draft of Rs. 800/-  (Rupees Eight Hundred Only) for General candidates / Rs. 400/- (Rupees Four Hundred only) for SC/ST candidates, drawn from any Nationalized Bank in favour of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, payable at Thiruvananthapuram to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Housing Board Buildings, Santhinagar, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala – 695 001, either by Registered post or Hand delivery so as to reach him on or before the last date of receipt of application.

The Prospectus and Application form can be downloaded from the Website at www.cee-kerala.org from 01/03/2011 onwards.

Last date and time for receipt of filled-in application forms:
All Candidates including those applying against seats reserved for Teachers/Rural Service Quota should forward their completed application to the respective authorities so as to reach them before 5 pm on 18/03/2011. Late applications including those brought after 5 PM on 18/03/2011 will not be accepted. The CEE or other officers will not be responsible for any postal delay.

Issue of Admit Cards: The Admit Cards for the candidates appearing for Entrance Examination will be available online from 23/03/2011 onwards. The candidates may take the printout of the Admit Card which can be used for identification of the candidate in the examination hall.

Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations
Housing board building, Santhinagar, Thiruvananthapuram – 695 001.Kerala

Useful Links :

Download notification : http://www.similima.com/pdf/keralamd2011notification.pdf

Download Prospectus : http://www.similima.com/pdf/keralamd2011prospectus.pdf

Website of Commissioner of Entrance Examinations : www.cee-kerala.org

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