UNIVERSITY OF DELHI Faculty of Ayurvedic and Unani Medicines, Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicines and Surgery

Applications are invited for Admission to Under-graduate coursesi.e. Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicines and Surgery (BAMS) andBachelor of Unani Medicines and Surgery (BUMS). Application Formalongwith Bulletin of Information may be obtained from the office of theAssistant Registrar, Faculty of Ayurvedic & Unani Medicines, 6th floor,V.P. Chest Institute Building, University of Delhi, Delhi-110 007, againsta Bank Draft / Banker’s Cheque of Rs. 250/- (By Hand) and Rs. 300/-(By Post) drawn on any Nationalised Bank in favour of RegistrarUniversity of Delhi payable at Delhi, on all working days w.e.f.02.06.2008, upto 30.06.2008. The last date for sending request forobtaining Application Form alongwith Bulletin of Information by post is18th June, 2008 (Wednesday).The Application Forms can also be obtained, by hand only, from theoffice of the Principal, A&U, Tibbia College, Karol Bagh, New Delhi.Completed applications should reach the Assistant Registrar, Faculty ofAyurvedic & Unani Medicines, 6th Floor, V.P. Chest Institute Building,University of Delhi, Delhi-110 007 till 30th June, 2008 (Monday).For detailed information please consult the Bulletin of Information orUniversity website www.du.ac.in.REGISTRARADMISSION NOTICE-2008UNIVERSITY OF DELHIFaculty of Ayurvedic & Unani MedicinesAdvertisement No. 1/2008/ A&U Last Date: 30.06.2008IMPORTANT DATES1. Sale of Bulletin of Information 02.06.2008 (Monday)2. Last date for receipt of request for supply of 18.06.2008 Wednesday)Bulletin of Information by post3. Last date of sale of Bulletin of Information by hand 30.06.2008 (Monday)4. Last date for receipt of applications in the Faculty office 30.06.2008 (Monday)5. Notification of First Merit List 08.07.2008 (Tuesday)6. Fee to be deposited upto (for first merit list) 15.07.2008 (Tuesday)7. Notification of Second Merit List (if necessary) 18.07.2008 (Friday)8. Fee to be deposited upto (for second merit list) 26.07.2008 (Saturday)9. Notification of Third Merit List (if necessary) 29.07.2008 (Tuesday)10. Fee to be deposited upto (for third merit list) 02.08.2008 (Saturday)11. Commencement of session 16.07.2008 Wednesday)12. Last date for close of admissions 31.10.2008 (Friday)1. COURSES, INSTITUTIONS AND NUMBER OF SEATSThe courses of BAMS & BUMS are conducted at Ayurvedic & Unani Tibbia College, Karol Bagh,New Delhi. The total number of seats available for admission to 1st Prof. BAMS/BUMS Coursesfor the Academic Session – 2008 and the distribution of the seats under different categories are asunder:Seats to be filed in by the University of Delhi85% Delhi Quota 15% All IndiaQuotaGovernment Name of of India NomineesCourseGen SC STCWWAPPGenSC/STForeignStudentSeats reserved forStates as given belowTotalSeatsBAMS 24 5 3 2 5 1 2 2* 44BUMS 24 5 3 2 5 1 2 2** 44* One seat reserved for Nagaland state and one seat for Mizoram state.** One seat reserved for Punjab state and one seat for Uttranchal state.2. ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION TO 1ST PROF. BAMS/BUMS COURSESFOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION – 2008A AGE:He/She has attained or will attain the age of Seventeen (17) years as on 31st October 2008.Provided that the Vice-Chancellor may on the basis of individual merit, relax the age limit upto amaximum period of one year.B. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:(I) AYURVEDACHARYA (BAMS)The candidates seeking admission to BAMS Course must have passed Intermediate/Senior SchoolCertificate Examination (C.B.S.E.)/Indian School Certificate Examination (12 years course) withScience (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) and English or any other equivalent qualificationrecognised by the University with 50% or more marks in the aggregate of three subjects i.e.Physics, Chemistry, Biology and has also passed English from the recognised school conductingregular classes (except Patrachar Vidhyalaya & Open School). While deciding the merit the marksobtained in English will not be taken into consideration.Note: (i) Provided that the student has passed in all the subjects separately required for purpose ofadmission to BAMS Course.(ii) The candidate who has passed Sanskrit as a subject at the qualifying examination will beexempted from taking Sanskrit in 1st Prof. BAMS Course.(iii) For admission to the above course he/she should has passed Hindi as one of the subjects atqualifying examination or High School/Matriculation/Secondary examination orequivalent.(II) KAMIL-E-TIBB-O-JARAHAT (BUMS)The candidates seeking admission to BUMS Course must have passed Intermediate/Senior SchoolCertificate Examination (C.B.S.E.) (12 year course)/Indian School Certificate Examination (12years course) or any other equivalent recognised examination thereto with 50% or more marks inthe aggregate of three subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and has also passed one languageexcept S.U.P.W. from the recognised school conducting regular classes (except PatracharVidhyalaya & Open School). While deciding the merit the marks obtained in the English orlanguage will not be taken into consideration.Note: (i) All the admitted candidates in BUMS Course are required to submit a certificate that he/shehas passed 8th Class Examination with Hindi. If he/she fails to submit the same certificate,he/she will not be awarded the degree of BUMS course until he/she submits the certificateto this effect.(ii) Provided that the student has passed in all the subjects separately required for purpose ofthe admission in BUMS Course.(iii) For admission to above course he/she must has passed Urdu and English as a subject eitherat the qualifying examination or High School/Matriculation/Secondary Examination orequivalent.3. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION(i) Hindi will be the medium of instruction and examination for BAMS Degree Course.(ii) Urdu will be the medium of instruction and examination for BUMS Degree Course.4. (RESERVATION OF SEATSA) For Scheduled Castes (SC)/Scheduled Tribes (ST):22 ½ % (15% Scheduled Castes and 7½% for Scheduled Tribes) seats are reserved for personsbelonging to Scheduled Castes/Tribes. Each candidate under this category will be allowed 5%concession of marks for purpose of determining his/her eligibility. A Scheduled Caste/Tribecandidate while applying for admission for any of the courses will attach alongwith the applicationform a certificate to the effect that he/she belongs to Scheduled Caste/Tribe from any of thecompetent authorities as listed below without which, concession of Scheduled Caste/Tribe will notbe given:(i) District Magistrate/Additional District Magistrate/Deputy Commissioner/Additional DeputyCommissioner/Sub Divisional Magistrate/Taluka Magistrate/Executive Magistrate/ExtraAssistant Commissioner.(ii) Chief Presidency Magistrate/Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate/Presidency Magistrate.(iii) Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar.(iv) Sub-Divisional Officer of the area where the candidate and or his/her family normallyresides.(v) Administrator/Secretary to Administrator/Development Officer (Lacadive and MinicoyIsland).Provided that, if any seat(s) reserved for the candidates belonging to SC and ST categories remainsunfilled due to non-availability of eligible candidate(s) under that category, the same shall be filledin the following manner:(a) Such unfilled seat(s) will be offered to the eligible candidates of the other category i.e. seat(s)of SC category to ST category candidates or vice-versa as the case may be.(b) If the seat(s) remains unfilled even after applying the above provision, the same shall beoffered to the candidates belonging to General category.B) For Children, Widows and Wives of Armed and Para Military Personnel(CWWAPP):Reservation of 5% of the total number of seats in each of courses has been made forwidows or children of the Officer and Men of the Armed forces killed or disabled duringthe hostilities. The University has decided that the candidate belonging to this categoryshall be allowed relaxation of 5% of marks in the minimum eligibility required for thecourses concerned. The merit list of such candidates shall be announced separately.Note: (i) The candidate belonging to this category must enclose attested copy of theentitlement card issued by the competent authority.(ii) Widows/Children of Officers and Men of the Armed Forces including Para MilitaryPersonnel be considered for admission against 5% seats in all the courses reservedfor the widows/children of the Officers and Men of the Armed Forces includingPara-Military Personnel killed or disabled in action in Wars 1947-48 onwards.In order to become eligible for the above concession the widows/children ofOfficers and men of the Armed Forces including Para-military personnel will berequired to produce the entitlement certificate from the following authorities:(a) Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board, Delhi.(b) Secretary, Rajaya Zila Sainik Board.(c) Officer-in-Charge, Record Office.(d) Record Officer of the Unit/Regiment of Armed Personnel of the Armed Forces.(ii) In case any seat remains unfilled by the above category of candidates, the same will befilled up from non-reserved category.C) For Physically Handicapped (PH) Category:(i) Three percent (3%) seats are reserved on horizontal basis for the candidates belonging tothe Physically Handicapped category. One seat in each course is reserved under 85%Quota. The Physically Handicapped candidates having disability of lower limbs form 50%to 70% only are eligible and may apply under this category. The application form should beaccompanied by certificate certifying valid physical disability issued by a duly notifiedMedical Board of a District/Government Hospital set up for examining the physicallychallenged candidates under the provision of the persons with Disability (equalopportunities, protection of rights and full participation) Act 1995. The certificate shouldindicate the extent of permanent physical disability (i.e. percentage) and it should bear thephotograph of the candidate concerned and it should be countersigned by one of theDoctors constituting the Board issuing the certificate. Each candidate under this categorywill be allowed 5% concession of marks for the purpose of determining his/her eligibilityfor admission.(ii) In case any seat remains unfilled by the above category of candidates, the same will befilled up from non-reserved category.D) At present there is no separate reservation for OBC category. However, if the SupremeCourt permits reservation for the said category a decision in this regard would be madelater in accordance with the Orders/Directions of the Supreme Court.E) Nominees of Government of India:2 seats in each BAMS/BUMS Course are reserved in A & U Tibbia College for thecandidates nominated by the Government of India from the states shown in the table atpage-1. However, if any seat remains vacant the same will be filled up from the stateswhich do not have Ayurvedic/Unani Medical College such as J. & K., A. & N. Islands,Pondicharry, Goa, North-Eastern States, Lakshdweep etc.2 seats are reserved for Foreign Nationals in each BAMS/BUMS Course in A & U TibbiaCollege.The candidates nominated by the Government of India must fulfil the minimum eligibilityrequirement prescribed for admission to the respective courses and their application formsduly completed in all respect will be received by the college within prescribed date foradmission through the Government of India. The candidate should apply directly toSecretary, Govt. of India, Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare,Red Cross Building, Red Cross Road, New Delhi.5. SUBMISSSION OF APPLICATION FORM(a) Application for admission will be received upto 30.06.2008.(b) Applications are to be submitted separately for each BAMS/BUMS Courses.(c) Medical Fitness Certificate, in original, from a Registered Medical Practitioner holdingBAMS/BUMS/BHMS/MBBS degree or equivalent, should accompany the admission form.(d) Attested copy of the following certificates should be attached with the application form:1. Secondary School (10th Class) Certificate & its Marks Sheet.2. Senior School (12th Class) Certificate & its Marks Sheet.3. Separate certificate of Date-of-Birth, if it is not shown in the certificate (1) above.4. Character certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended (Not older than sixmonths).5. Passing Urdu Certificate (Mark Sheet) for all candidates upto 10th Standard applyingfor BUMS Course.6. Passing Hindi Certificate (Marks Sheet) for all candidates upto 10th standard applyingfor BAMS Course.7. Passing Hindi Certificate (Mark Sheet) for all candidates upto 8th standard applying forBUMS Courses for purposes of award of Degree.8. Certificate of SC/ST/PH (if applicable).9. Entitlement Certificate for Defence Personnel (if applicable).10. OBC Certificate.Note: (i) The student should certify whether he/she belongs to OBC/SC/ST/PH Category.However, the OBC status is to be determined on the basis of the Central List of OBCs notifiedby the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment on the recommendations of the NationalCommission for Backward Classes available at their website of the admission(http:/ncbc.nic.in/ backwardclasses/index.html).(ii) At present no seats are reserved for OBC category. If reservation in favour of OBC ispermitted by the Supreme Court for the Academic Year-2008-2009, information furnishedby the candidates as to their OBC status would be utilized for the said purpose”.(E) All the candidates are required to produce their original certificates at the time ofdepositing fee which will be kept in the office of the concerned college and will not bereturned back in any case till the confirmation of admission.All the admissions will be provisional subject to the confirmation by the University of Delhi.6. PROCEDURE FOR FILLING UP OF RESERVED/NON-RESERVED SEATSA. Academic Council’s Resolution No. 14 (ii) dated 17th May 1987:“Out of the total number of seats, the first 15% of the seats shall be kept for the candidatesfrom all over India who have passed the prescribed qualifying examination from an IndianUniversity/Board and the remaining 85% seats be filled with the candidates who havepassed the qualifying examination from Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE)/Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination/Jamia Milia Islamia (12years course) from the recognised school conducting regular classes situated within theNational Capital Territory of Delhi.” The Percentages of two categories will beinterchangeable.B. The seats under these categories will be filled in order of merit based on the performance inthe last qualifying examination.The candidate who has passed 10+2 level or equivalent examination as a Private Candidate is noteligible for admission to BAMS/BUMS Courses.7. NOTIFICATION OF MERIT LISTSThe merit lists will be displayed on notice boards of the Faculty office and of the collegeconcerned on the dates mentioned below:A. 1st list on 08th July 2008 at 11:00 A.M-Fee to be deposited upto 15th July 2008.B. 2nd list on 18th July 2008 at 11:00 A.M. (if necessary)-Fee to be deposited upto 26th July2008.C. 3rd list on 29th July 2008 at 11:00 A.M. (if necessary)-Fee to be deposited upto 02nd Aug.2008Subsequent merit list(s) would be notified, if necessary.The fee will be deposited in the concerned college from 11:00 A.M. to 4 P.M. on all working daysexcept Saturday. On Saturday the fee will be deposited upto 01:00 P.M.No individual communication would be sent to the candidates for their admission. Nocorrespondence will be entertained relating to delay in submission of Fee/Admission after theexpiry of last date of admission as prescribed above on any reason whatsoever.8. MERITThe admission would be made strictly on the basis of merit of the eligible candidates in eachcategory, determined by marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology at the SeniorSecondary (10+2) Examination or equivalent.In case of tie in percentage of marks of Sr. School (10+2) examination/equivalent, merit will beprepared according to age (a candidate older in age will come first). In case there is tie in Date ofBirth, merit will be determined by draw of lots.9. LAST DATE FOR CLOSE OF ADMISSIONS IS 31ST OCTOBER 200810. DURATION OF BAMS/BUMS COURSE.A. The duration of BAMS/BUMS Course is five and half year (including Internship Training of12 months).B. The students are required to complete 12 months Internship Training for BAMS/BUMSCourses before the award of the degree.C. The student should join the Internship within 30 days of the declaration of the final year’sresult and the Internship must be completed within 18 months from the date of joining theInternship.

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