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WBPDMAT 2007



Post DoctoralAdmission schedule for 2007

[IN TERMS OF THE TIME SCHEDULE PREPARED BY MCI AS APPROVED BYHoníble SUPREME COURT THE DATE OF ADMISSION TEST IS RESCHEDULED ON 20.05.2007.INCONVENIENCE IS REGRETTED] 

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Forms to be submitted Online in www.thewbuhs.org

 

From 07.03.2007 to 30.03.2007.

Submission of print-copy of forms at W.B. University of Health Sciences (except Saturday, Sunday and Holidays)

 

Between 07.3.2007 and 30.3.2007 (11.30 a.m. To 4.00 p.m.)

Duplicate Admit Card will be available, if necessary

 

between 10.05.2007 and 11.05.2007 (11.30 a.m. To 4.00 p.m.)

Date of Admission Test

 

On 13.05.2007

Declaration ofprovisional result (provisional ranking)*

 

On or before 31.05.2007

Date of Interview and submission of attested copies and verification of original documents

 

Between 04.06.2007 and14.06.2007

Declaration offinal result (final ranking)

On the day of interview

Date of Admission

 

On the date of interview

Last date for joining the allotted college and course.

 

Monday 16.07.2007

Allotment of seats from waiting list

 

Monday 23.07.2007

Course to start from

01.08.2007

Seats provisionally available for DM / M.Ch (3-Years) courses

D. M.

M. Ch.

Neurology

03 Seats

Cardiovascular And Thoracic Surgery

04 Seats

Cardiology

03 Seats

Paediatric Surgery

02 Seats

Endocrinology

02 Seats

Neuro Surgery

02 Seats

Medical Gastroenterology

01 Seats

Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery

02 Seats

Nephrology

02 Seats

Urology

02 Seats

Clinical Haematology

01 Seat

 

 

                                               

Seats provisionally available for M. Ch. (6-Years) course

Discipline

Total

Neurosurgery

02 Seats

Selection process 

 

4.1  The selection of candidates for admission to D.M. / M.Ch. Courses will be done on the basis the marks obtained in the respective Admission test. Three tests will be held separately- one for the DM courses, the second for the M. Ch. Courses and the third for the M. Ch. (6 years) Course.

4.2.Applicants will be provisionally allowed to appear in the Admission tests provided they have submitted application in the prescribed forms within the last date and have fulfilled the eligibility criteria outlined above.

4.3. The question papers for the Admission tests shall be set in English

4.4. The question paper for the Admission test for M. Ch. (6 years) Course will contain

100 single best response type Multiple Choice Questions. The following list shows the tentative number of questions that would ordinarily be set from different subjects in the question paper for that course:

 

General Surgery - 20 questions

Orthopaedics, Physical Medicine -10 questions

Anaesthesia, Radio-diagnosis, Radiotherapy -10 questions

Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology -10 questions

General Medicine, Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Dermatology -20 questions

Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Community Medicine, Forensic Medicine-15 questions

Pharmacology,  Pathology, Microbiology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology-15 questions

 

 4.5. The question paper for the Admission test for D.M./ M. Ch. (3 years) Course shall be of two sets. The first set will contain 30 single best response type Multiple Choice Questions on either General Medicine including related basic sciences (for D.M.) or General Surgery including related basic sciences (for M.Ch.). The second set will contain 50 single best response type Multiple Choice Questions on any one of the following disciplines as per the preference indicated by the candidate.:

DM

M Ch (3 years)

Neurology                          

Cardiovascular And Thoracic Surgery

Cardiology                        

Paediatric Surgery                              

Endocrinology                   

Neuro Surgery                                     

Medical Gastroenterology  

Plastic Surgery                                     

Nephrology                       

Urology                                               

Clinical Haematology

 

 

4.6. The candidature of each candidate will be limited to his/ her preferred choice of discipline.

4.7.The total time to be allowed is 65 minutes except in case of M. Ch (6years) where it is 80 minutes. 

4.8.A candidate will be awarded three (3) marks for every correct answer. One (1) mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer. More than a single response to any question will also be regarded as incorrect answer. No marks will be deducted for questions not attempted.

4.9.The provisional merit list will be published on the basis of marks obtained in the Admission examination as specified below:

4.9.1.       M. Ch. (6 years): on the basis of marks obtained in the specified Admission examination.

4.9.2.       D.M. and M. Ch (3years): on the basis of marks obtained in the specified admission examination consisting of 80 questions, i,e., marks obtained in 30 questions of the common set + marks obtained in 50 questions of the optional subject-specific set. Qualifying minimum for empanelment for interview will be 50% marks.

4.9.3.       The candidates of the provisional merit list of D.M. and M. Ch. (3 years) courses will have to appear in an interview of 60 marks on the discipline concerned on a date to be declared by WBUHS in its website along with the results of WBPDMAT. The final merit list will be published on the basis of total marks obtained in the Admission examination for D.M. or M. Ch. (3 years) and interview taken together.

4.10.Qualifying marks for empanelment in the final merit list will be a minimum of 150 marks