Admissions

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Criteria for Admission

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Admission is open to candidates from all parts of the world provided they meet the basic requirements.
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The prospectus can be obtained from the office of the Goutham Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology, Bangalore on prescribed payment in Cash / M.O /D.D. with request for an application from and self addressed in Rs. 10/- stamped envelope size “9”x”4″.


Mode of Selection

Each application will be scrutinized by the selection committee and the student’s performance will be evaluated in the qualifying examination. Provisionally selected candidates will be called for the interview.

The date and time of interview will be intimated to the candidates by post. At the time of interview the candidates are required to appear for an entrance test based on general knowledge and professional aptitude. The selection committee’s decision is final and binding on the candidate. No further correspondence will be entertained regarding the selection criteria. Preference will be given to candidates who have a higher qualification than that prescribed.

Specified Basic Requirements

Our admission process is user-friendly and personalized for student seeking admission in undergraduate, Post-graduate and Diploma courses. Classes begin during July/Sept of every year. Admissions are open till seats exist and enrollment is continuous throughout the year. This advance enrollment facility helps students avoid last minute rush due to limited numbers of seats.

Pay Your Admission / Enrollment Fees / Reservation amount

Students applying for the course in advance are supposed to fill in the Application Form, and enclose a photocopy of their testimonials as applicable, in part A, part B & part C . Once the application form is filled up, please sent it to our Administrative Office with a enrollment fees of Rs. 10,000/- (Rupees ten thousand only) which will be adjusted towards fees after the seat is confirmed. The administrative office will confirm your course of preference and will notify you with a provisional admission letter. Students applying for a course in the current session will have to send/ hand over in person their filled up application form with 2 photocopies of all original testimonials as applicable in Part A, Part B of last studied.

 Part – A Post graduate
1 Marks Cards – 10th, 12th Std & Degree Certificate issued by Board / University.
2 Migration Certificate issued by Board / University.
3 Conduct / Character Certificate & Transfer / Migration Certificate issued by School / College last studied.
4 Date of Birth / Age proof certificate.
5 Caste Certificate (only for those belonging to reserved categories)
6 Ten Passport & Ten Stamp Size Photographs

 

 Part – B Under graduate (10+2)
1 Marks Cards – 10th & 12th Std issued by Board / University.
2 Migration Certificate issued by Board / University.
3 Conduct / Character Certificate & Transfer / Migration Certificate issued by School / College last studied.
4 Date of Birth / Age Proof certificate.
5 Caste Certificate (only for those belonging to reserved categories).
6 Ten stamp size & Ten passport size Photographs.

 

Part – C Diploma (10th or its Equivalent)
1 Marks Cards – 10th & 12th Std issued by Board / University.
2 Migration Certificate issued by Board / University.
3 Conduct / Character Certificate & Transfer / Migration Certificate issued by School / College last studied.
4 Date of Birth / Age Proof certificate.
5 Caste Certificate (only for those belonging to reserved categories).
6 Ten stamp size & Ten passport size Photographs.

 

Part – D
1 Marks cards -10th / SSLC / SSC issued by Board


Foreign National / N.R.I. Students


If you have studied in school / college outside India, you should follow the same procedures as candidates studied in a school / college of India. There are however, a few variations specific to students applying from abroad.

Students applying for the courses in advance are supposed to fill in the Application Form and enclose a photocopy of their testimonials as applicable, in Part -A, Part -B and Part -C. Once the application form is filled up, please send it to our Administrative Office with an enrollment fees of US$500/- (US Dollars five hundred only).

The Administrative office will confirm your courses of preference and will notify you with a Provisional Admission Letter.
Students whose medium of instruction at the qualifying examination was not English should do an Intensive Courses in English conducted by the Bangalore University during the course of their study. The course is of 6 months duration.

Students applying for a course in the current session will have to send / hand over in person their filled up application form with photocopies of all original testimonials as applicable, in Part-A, Part -B and Part -C.

They have to pay the admission amount as per the course along with the College Deposit. Uniform charges and Hostel Deposit. Hostel charges are levied from the first month of the academic year for whomever it is applicable.


Testimonials to be submitted during admission

Part – A Post graduate
Part – B Undergraduate
Part – C Diplomaand
Part – D Pre University.

 

1 Certificate of the qualifying examination issued by Board / University.
2 Copies of valid Passport & Student Visa.
3 Transfer Certificate, Conduct / Character Certificate issued by the School / College.
4 HIV Clearance Certificate.
5 Ten Passport & Ten Stamp Size Photographs.

General Eligibility for addmission to M.Sc., Courses

Graduates who have secured 40% marks in the aggregate of all subject and 50% of marks in the cognate subject(subject studied at the Bachelor’s Degree level and and in which the candidate wants to study at Master ‘s degree level) in the qualifying University examination are eligible to apply.

For courses at the University for which there are no cognate(same) subjects at the Bachelor’s Degree Course level, or in case of Courses for which students who have not studied a cognate subject in the qualifying course, marks secured in the optional subjects in the Bachelor’s Degree examination are considered.

Remission : A remission of 10% in minimum marks required for eligibility to apply for admission to any Course offered in the University is allowed in the case of SC/ST Category I candidates only, provided of marks are not available in these categories.

Fees

Information regarding the fee structure can be availed at the office. Once advance / fees paid cannot be refunded or adjusted under any circumstances. Clinical fee, transportation fee, hostel deposit, uniform, immunization, Kannada and English coaching classes, first aid, laboratory fees ect., are charged extra. The reservation of seat is liable to be cancelled on grounds of ineligibility or due to Govt. / University rules and regulations etc. that may be framed from time to time. If any student voluntarily withdraws or is dismissed after admission / before completion of the course, the student should remit the fee for the entire course.

COLLEGE

The students have to pay 50% of the Tuition fees at the time of admission, 25% before December 15 and remaining 25% before february 15. Late fee of Rs. 10 per Rs. 1000 per day will be collected after the last
date of payment.

Voluntary Withdrawal and Dismissal

Withdrawal after admission, 25% of Advance payment will be deducted upto 30 days from the date of reservation.
Withdrawal before final intimation, 75% of advance fees will be deducted.
Withdrawal after final intimation, advance amount will not be refunded.
Withdrawal after admission by receiving final intimation one year fees and other fees will be collected .
Withdrawal in between the academic years whole course fees and other fees will be collected.


Course Outlines and Medium of Instruction

The syllabi and the course outline for all the course is followed as per the guidelines laid down by the Directorate of Medical Education / Government of Karnataka / University / Para Medical Board. Any change is Syllabus which may be brought in will be as per instructions of the Board / University. The Medium of instructions is in English. Class room and Clinical Lectures are given by qualified Lectures, Clinical Instructions and Visiting Doctors. Topics will be dealt by Specialists in the respective field. During the training period students are assigned Hospital duties for their Clinical Experience in the various Departments such as Medical, Surgical, Community, Orthopedic and Family Welfare Works etc.

Internship

The Physiotherapy Students have to undergo a six months / one year compulsory internship in rotation to help bridge the gap between the professional and academic perspectives gained during the course.

Uniforms

All the students are required to wear the uniform prescribed and provided by the Institution. The cost of the uniform is borne by the student. It is important for the budding Professionals to have a neat and tidy appearance.

College Working Hours:

Monday – Saturday
9-00 am to 5-00 pm
Lunch Break
1-00 pm to 2-00 pm


Scholarship

The merit Scholarship , Govt. of India Scholarship , Concerned State Government Scholarships and State Departments (Sc , ST etc ) are also available for eligible students.

Experience in Rural Area.

This training in Rural Health Community is expected to enable the students to explore and understand the rural folk’s need and problems as part of the Country’s Rural Health Programme and gain experience in Community, Psychiatry and General Health Care.

Students Health Programme

A Comprehensive Health Programme is available to all Students. The preventive health programmes include Physical Examination, Routine Laboratory Test and Immunizations against Hbs, Ag. Cholera, Typhoid & Chicken Pox to maintain their health. Students are required to undergo a complete checkup on admission and every year thereafter. Each student in the college is entitled to medical consultation at our authorized medical center which provides 24 hours health care service. An understanding with the authorized hospital provides for emergency treatment also.

Attendance

A student will not be permitted to attend the examination if his / her attendance in both theory and practical is less than 85% of the working days. The percentage of the theory & practical attendance, general conduct of the students and the progress in the practical classes are all taken into consideration for the examination.

Working Hours

Working hours are up to a maximum of 36 hours per week from Monday to Saturday.

Internal Assessment

Each subject will have an internal / sessional assessment mark. The internal / sessional mark in each subject will be based on monthly assignments / Trimester Examination, personal grooming, conduct, attendance and professional attitudes.

Examination and Certificate

For Degree/Diploma Classes, the College conducts three internal Examinations in every academic year. The Annual Examination is conducted by the Bangalore University / Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. The rules for promotions to the next higher classes are framed by the University. The examinations known as “Mid-Session” and “Preparatory” examinations are conducted in the months of October and February respectively. The performance of the students in the examinations and their attendance will be intimated to their parents / guardians regularly. For PG Students the internals will be conducted in every semester. The result of internal Examination and the day-to-day performance will be strictly taken into account for Annual Examination internal assessment marks. There will be Annual Public Examination held by the Director of Medical Education / University / Board of Examinations of Government of Karnataka every year. The institute conducts Trimester / Model Examination prior to the Public Examination and only those who pass in the Trimester / Model Examination will be allowed to sit for the Annual Examination. The minimum marks required to pass any Theory / Practical is 50% or as required by the Board / University.

Vacation & Holiday

Students are eligible for 30 days leave per annum. This is arranged according to the convenience of the College and the Hospital.

Annual Vacation 40 Days Per Year
Sick Leave 10 Days Per Year
Preparatory Holidays 7 Days Per Year
Mid Term Vacations will be announced accordingly as rules existing in Govt./University / Board.
Students are entitled to avail ten days sick leave per annum on medical grounds which has to be certified by a registered Allopathic Medical Practitioner authorized by the Institution / Govt. Medical Practitioner.


Sick Leave :

Sick Leave can not be accumulated. No other leave is entitled. If a students has availed more than the above days, he/she is deemed to have discontinued studies during the present academic year and will be admitted to the next Academic year as a new Candidate. No Break-up Leave for Annual Vacation is allowed. If any student overshoots the prescribed leave, he/she should submit an allopathic Government Hospital Doctor’s Certificate only.


Guest Lecture & Industrial Visits :

Guest lectures by eminent personalities from corporate sectors, hospitals are organized for every module. Industrial, hospital Visits for studying day to day affairs are arranged regularly and are compulsory.