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Date posted: April 25, 2013
RGUHS

Date of Entrance Test – 19/05/2013

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka will be conducting entrance test on 19/05/2013 for admission to PG courses in Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Naturopathy & Yogic Sciences, Pharmacy, Nursing and Physiotherapy for seats in Government Colleges and Government seats in Private Aided/Unaided Minority & Non-minority Colleges in Karnataka for the academic year 2013-14. The eligible candidates of Karnataka origin who have passed the qualifying examination and willing to appear for the test may fill the application form online on the RGUHS website www.rguhs.ac.in  & www.rguhspget2013.com  from 20/04/2013.

Last date for online registration – 10/05/2013

Last Date for receipt of print out  : 11/05/2013

Date of availability of Hall-Ticket  : 15/05/2013

Date of Entrance Test – 19/05/2013

Display of Key Answers on the Website – 21/05/2013

Last date for Challenging the Key Answers – 24/05/2013

Verification of Challenged Key Answers by Subject Experts – 25/05/2013

Announcement of result and display of revised key answers – 28/05/2013

Last date for applying for Re-totaling of marks – 01/06/2013

Announcement of Merit list – 05/06/2013

Eligibility:- A candidate who fulfill the following criteria shall be eligible to appear for the Entrance Test, namely :-

(i) He is a citizen of India;

(ii) He has studied and passed in the courses leading to the award of Bachelor degree in Ayush specified in clause (iv) below in colleges recognized by Central Council of

Indian Medicine (CCIM) or Central Council of Homoeopathy (CCH) and Government of India and affiliated to any University established by Law and located in Karnataka State; or

iii) Candidate must be of the Karnataka origin who had studied Bachelor’s degrees specified in clause in colleges outside the State of Karnataka recognized  by Central Council of Indian Medicine or Central Council of Homoeopathy and Government of India and affiliated to any University established by Law in India;

Explanation: “Candidate of Karnataka origin means who or his parents (Father or Mother) has been a resident of Karnataka State for a period of not less than ten  years and who produce a domicile certificate from the concerned Tahasildar to that effect.

Download prospectushttps://files.secureserver.net/0s3ILRS613LVj3

More details : http://www.rguhs.ac.in/

Previous years question papers : http://www.similima.com/category/competitive-exams/md-hom-entrance

Study materials for preparation :  http://www.similima.com/competitive-exam-materials

Comments

5 Responses so far.

  1. dr kranti kumar says:

    how we fillup the form for MD entrance bcoz any link no open and which r open that are in old submitting days
    and out of karnataka .resisendence problem
    plz reply me soon sir

  2. KRISHNA KANT SINGH says:

    sir,
    there are no specific no of seats against particular branch in PG(Hom.) neither any information regarding fee structure.
    sir from where this information could take,as no reference of participating homp colleges too given in brochure or website.

    reply sir

    sincerely
    KRISHNA KANT SINGH

  3. meenakshi says:

    I m not from karnataka can I fill this form for MD homeopathy

  4. dr.sneha says:

    Plz can u suggest good coaching for preparation of md(hom) entrance in maharashtra…

  5. Dr Sandeep Ram says:

    This exam will select candidates for govt seats in all karnataka colleges so it is nescesary to have bhms from karnataka or domicile of karnataka. If you r not falling in both groups no need of writing exam…you can directly approach to the colleges of karnataka for addmission in management seats. U can check this college’s link http://www.fathermuller.com for enquiry

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