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PGIMER Chandigarh MD MS Entrance Exam Notification January 2017

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PGI Chandigarh PG medical Entrance Exam 2017

PGI Chandigarh notifies admission for MD MS Courses for January 2017 session

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh has invited applications for admission to Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Master of Surgery (MS) Courses for the academic session starting from 1st January 2017.

Admission to the Post Graduate Courses

Admission to various MD/MS courses conducted at the Institute is made twice a year. The sessions commence from first January and first July each year
The Institute follows a residency service-cum-training scheme. Candidates admitted to MD/MS Courses are called Junior Residents
The admission to the above courses of the Institute is made on merit on all India basis, by holding an entrance exam by the Institute, after issuing a countrywide admission notice

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Details of MD MS Seats at PGIMER January 2017 Session

First Year Junior Resident (for MD/MS Courses)

1) Anesthesia (Gen-02, PwD-01, ST-01, Spon-04, FN-01 & Bhutanese National-01)
2) Biochemistry (SC-01, Spon-02 & FN-01)
3) Community Medicine (ST-01, OBC-02, Spon-02 & FN-01)
4) Dermatology (Gen-01 & SC-01, OBC-02, Spon.-01)
5) ENT (Gen-01, Spon-02, FN-02)
6) Forensic Medicine (Spon-01)
7) Internal Medicine (Gen-07, PwD-01, SC-01, ST-01, OBC-02, Spon-05 & FN-02)
8) Medical Microbiology (Gen-01, SC-02, ST-01, Spon-02 & FN-01)
9) Nuclear Medicine (Gen-01, ST-01 & Spon-02 FN-01)
10) Obstt & Gynae (Gen-02, OBC-01, Spon-03, FN-01)
11) Ophthalmology (Gen-01, Spon-03)
12) Ortho Surgery (Gen-01, SC-01, OBC-01, Spon-01 & FN-01)
13) Pathology (Gen-02, PWD-01, ST-02, Spon-03, FN-01)
14) Pediatrics (Gen-07, RA-01, SC-02, ST-02, OBC-03, Spon-05, FN-02)
15) Pharmacology (Gen-01, SC-01, ST-01, OBC-02, Spon.-02 & FN-01)
16) Psychiatry (Gen-02, ST-01, OBC-01, Spon-02)
17) Radiodiagnosis (Gen-02, RA-01, OBC-02, Spon-01 & FN-01)
18) Radiotherapy (SC-01, Spon-02)
19) General Surgery (Gen-02, SC-01, Spon-04, FN-02 & BN-01)
20) Transfusion Medicine (Spon-02, FN-01)

Total [Gen-33, RA-02, PwD-03, SC-12, ST-11, OBC-17, Spon-50, FN-18 & Bhutanese National-02]

Eligibility Requirements for PGIMER MD MS Admission 2017

Candidates must have passed MBBS, or its equivalent qualification, from a University/Institute recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI)

Candidates must have either completed, or due to complete, one year rotatory internship training on or before 31st December/30th June for January and July session respectively
Candidates must be registered with Central/State Medical Registration Council

Selection Procedure for PGIMER MD MS Admission 2017

Candidates will considered for selection to MD/MS courses based on a theory paper consisting of 250 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) with five alternatives each and single/multiple correct responses Negative marks will be given for incorrect responses marked

The duration of this competitive entrance examination, to the conducted at various centres at Chandigarh is three hours

The approximate number of questions for each subject is as follows: Applied Anatomy-06, Applied Biochemistry-12, Immunogenetics and Molecular Biology-10, Applied Physiology-06, Pathology-15, Pharmacology-12, Microbiology-12, Forensic Medicine-06, Social and Preventive Medicine-07, Internal Medicine-36, Paediatrics-12, Dermatology-06, Psychiatry-06, Radiodiagnosis-06, Obstetrics and Gynaecology-20, Dermatology-06, Radiotherapy-06, General Surgery-36, Otorhinolaryngology-10, Ophthalmology-10 and Orthopaedics-10

The questions paper has 250 questions, each with five response options. Hence there are a total 250 response options. One or more these five options can be correct for each question

The admission to the above courses of the institute is made on merit on all India basis, by holding an entrance exam by the institute, after issuing a countrywide admission notice

The admission notice is published in leading English newspapers of India
For details and information on selection procedure, candidates can visit the website