NIMS (Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences) DM and M.Ch. Admissions 2018
Last Updated -
June 27 2018
Nizam College Autonomous a Constituent College of Osmania University with NAAC- A Grade and CPE Status was founded in the year 1887. The college is a highly reputed and the oldest college of higher education in South India. The college was formed by the amalgamation of Hyderabad School and Madarsa-i-Aliya.
Nizam College provides both undergraduate as well as postgraduate programmes. Nizam also offers specialization programmes. Applications are being invited for the qualified aspirants of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh States for admission into the M.Ch or DM courses for the year. Qualified aspirants are requested to apply for the DM and M.Ch courses.
Application form for admissions will be available on the following link www.nims.edu.in from 02/05/2018 to 21/05/2018. Please note that an aspirant cannot apply for more than one subject. Also, if an aspirant has once chosen a particular subject, he/she cannot change the subject under any circumstances.
START DATE - END DATE
02nd May, 2018 - 21st May, 2018
Method of Application
Online & Offline Both
02nd - 21st May, 2018
Aspirants who have passed either MD or MS or DNB examination from any Medical College which is recognized by Medical Council of India or its equivalent are qualified for admission.
Aspirants who have finished the training duration on or before 30/06/2018 are also qualified offered they are to submit: a) A certificate allowed by the Principal/Dean stating the date of completion of the training, and b) declaration is to be submitted by the aspirant.
Absolution of training duration will be accepted if approved by the MCI along with submission of the necessary documents. For the duration ending 30/06/2018 or beyond, the absolution for the training duration will be restricted. Aspirants are to submit the absolution certificate along with the application form.
Aspirants who have registered for a regular course at NIMS must resign from the training/course by fulfilling all the formalities that are mentioned for the purpose of resignation from the course/training.
Step To Apply
Aspirants must follow the following steps in order to fill the application form:
Aspirants are to download the application form from the following site www.nims.edu.in
A hard copy of the application form is to be submitted by the aspirants.
All the need fields are to be filled by the aspirants properly. Therefore, aspirants need to fill the form clearly and correctly.
In case the aspirants are in-service, they must be sponsored by their parent department. Incomplete application forms will be rejected.
Please note that any applications which are handwritten or incomplete will be rejected. The DD or NIMS cash receipt is to be dated between 02/05/2018 to 21/05/2018. The aspirant needs to write his/her name and course applied for on the back side of the cash receipt. The recruiting authority will forward the application. Aspirants can also pay Rs.2000/- at the cash counter. Please note that the application fee paid by the aspirants is nonrefundable.
In case the application is received after the time and date mentioned shall not be entertained.
As soon as the application is procedures, the management will send an acknowledgment along with a registration number to the aspirants.
In case the aspirants are in-service, they must be sponsored by their parent department. The appointing authority will forward the application. Service or a No-objection certificate is to be submitted by the In-service aspirants in original along with the submission of application form.
In case any variations are required in the application, discrepancies will be sent to the aspirants via registered email.
Please note that any applications which are handwritten or incomplete will be rejected. Therefore, aspirants are required to fill the form clearly and correctly.
Instructions for Entrance Test:
The venue, date and time for the entrance test will be mentioned on the admit card.
Hall ticket can be downloaded from the website on or after 20th June 2018.
Aspirants need to carry the admit card along with one ID proof.
No traveling allowance will be paid to the aspirants.
The entrance test has 90 questions for 90 marks and the time period for the test is 90 minutes.
No aspirant must use any false means in the examination hall as the aspirant will be ineligible.
All the necessary information will be offered to all the aspirants by the person-on-duty in the examination hall.
Aspirants will be selected on the basis of the merit list.
Aspirants will qualify the examination if they will acquire 50% marks.
Separate merit list will be prepared for each subject.
In case aspirants acquire same marks the following criteria will have to be followed:
The aspirant who will pass MD/MD/DNB exam in first attempt or least attempts will be selected.
In case there is still a tie, the aspirant will be selected on the basis of marks obtained in the final year of MBBS.
In case there is still a tie, preference will be given to aspirants who will secure higher marks in Medicines in MBBS (exam for medical specialties), higher marks secured in Surgery in MBBS (exam for surgical specialties).
Further aspirants will be called for the counseling and the ones who get selected in the counseling will be given a provisional admission letter.
Details for the marks obtained by the aspirants will be displayed on the following site www.nims.edu.in
85% seats are reserved for local aspirants and the remaining 15% seats are reserved for both local and non-local aspirants.
BC (A): 7%, BC (B): 10%, BC (C): 1%, BC (D): 7%, BC (E): 4%, ST: 6% and SC: 15%. Total 50% seats are reserved for the BC/SC/ST.
33.3% of seats are reserved for women aspirants in each course available.
5% seats are available for the NIQ Quota
60% seats are available for the students who had commerce as a subject and are want admission in B.Com. Rest of the 40% seats are reserved for both commerce and non-commerce streams.
Reservation is given to the aspirants falling in the category that comprises NCC: 2%, Games, and Sports: 2%, Extra-curricular activities: 1%, Children of Ex-servicemen and Armed Personnel: 1% and physically challenged: 3%.
*The article might have information for the earlier academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification allowed by the University/College