Thursday, 3 April 2014

NIH BHMS ADMISSION NOTICE (Session 2014-15)

NIH
National Institute of Homeopathy (NIH), Kolkata applications are available for the Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery (B.H.M.S.) course. 
Application fees General: Rs 500 SC/ST candidates are exempted from application fees
Important dates:
Last date for application: May 12, 2014
Date of All India Written Competitive Test: June 8, 2014
Results of All India Written Competitive Test to be declared by: June 16, 2014 
Admission to the BHMS course will be conducted on the basis of an entrance test. A total of 93 seats are available for the BHMS course for the academic year beginning 2014. The 5 ½ year course includes one year of compulsory internship. Last date to apply is May 12, 2014.
Eligibility: Age of the candidate should be above 17 years and below 25 years. Candidate should have passed Higher Secondary (10+2) or its equivalent examination with five subjects including Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English and obtained 50 aggregate per cent marks.
Paper Pattern: The All India Written Competitive Test for admission to BHMS will consist of one Paper of objective type, multiple choice questions. The paper is divided into four sections: Biology (60 questions), Physics (60 questions), Chemistry (60 questions) and General Knowledge (20 questions) for a total of 200 questions. The Paper is to be completed in three hours duration. Negative marking is applicable. 
How to apply: Application process is to be completed offline. Interested candidates are required to duly fill in the application form, attach two passport size images, demand draft in amount of application fees and send with a self addressed envelope to the official National Institute of Homeopathy address. 
Application form is available at: http://www.nih.nic.in/BHMS.pdf 

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