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RULES AND REGULATIONS

CHAPTER - I

01. COURSES UNDER PARA MEDICAL BOARD
02
. DURATION OF THE COURSES

CHAPTER - II

01. MINIMUM QUALIFICATION PRESCRIBED FOR ADMISSION
02. AGE LIMIT FOR ADMISSION

CHAPTER - III

01. SELECTION OF CANDIDATES
02. ADMISSION
03. DRESS CODE

CHAPTER - IV

01. TUITION AND OTHER FEE
02. CHANGE OF COLLEGE / COURSE
03. CHANGE OF NAME
04. DISCONTINUATION OF COURSE

CHAPTER - V

01. EXAMINATION
02. ELIGIBILITY FOR TAKING EXAMINATION
03. MODE OF REGISTRATION FOR EXAMINATION
04. 05. DATE OF EXAMINATION
05. EXAMINATION FEE
06. EXAMINATION CENTRE AND FEE
07. MALPRACTICE AND COMMITTEE
08. PUBLICATION OF RESULTS
09. REVALUATION & RETOTALING OF MARKS
10. ISSUE OF MARKS CARD
11. ISSUE OF DUPLICATE MARKS CARD

CHAPTER-VI

01. DIPLOMA CERTIFICATES
02. DUPLICATE CERTIFICATES
03. ISSUE OF TRANSFER CERTIFICATE

1. APPLICATION FORM AND SYLLABUS
2. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS
3. INSPECTION FEE
4. BANK GUARANTEE
5. AFFILIATION FEE

6. AFFILIATION RENEWAL FEE
7. INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES
8. INSPECTION
9. ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES
10. RESERVATION OF THE GOVT. QUOTA SEATS

11. REGISTRATION FORMS
12. TUITION FEE
13. CALENDAR OF EVENTS
14. ENHANCEMENT OF INTAKE

SELECTION OF CANDIDATES

Selection of candidates shall be made through Central Counselling to be held every year between August and October to the seats in Government Medical Colleges , Bowring and Lady Curzon Hospital and Govt. Dental College , Bangalore as well as Govt. Quota seats in private Para Medical Colleges/Institutions.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION PRESCRIBED FOR ADMISSION

The minimum qualification prescribed for admission to the Para Medical Courses shall be a pass in II PUC with Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Physics, Chemistry, Zoology/Physics, Chemistry, Botany) except for Diploma in Medical Records Technology for which minimum qualification would be II PUC with any optional subjects such as Science/Arts/Commerce with a pass in English Typing or in basic Computer.

If sufficient candidates who have passed with PUC science subjects are not available, the candidates with S.S.L.C. qualification could be admitted to the above courses except Diploma in Physiotherapy.

The candidates admitted to any Para Medical Course either in Government or Private Institutions are not paid stipend, freeship or scholarship.

There shall be no commitment on the part of the State Government or Para Medical Board to provide job to the candidates who have successfully completed the course.

AGE LIMIT FOR ADMISSION

The candidate should have attained the minimum age of 15 years as on 31st December prior to the year of admission. Upper age limit would be 35 years. In case of In Service, SC & ST candidates upper age limit would be 40 years.

ADMISSION

The selected candidates should get him / herself admitted to the respective college / institution and course duly furnishing originals of certificates of qualifying examinations duly paying prescribed fee.

DRESS CODE

The admitted candidates have been prescribed the following dress code:
Blue Collared White Apron with Blue Colour PMS Emblem on both the shoulders and name plate. Common for both boys and girls.

The Board is empowered to prescribe the dress code from time to time

Courses coming under the jurisdiction of the Para Medical Board are:

1.

Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology

2.

Diploma in X-Ray Technology

3.

Diploma in Health Inspector

4.

Diploma in Medical Records Technology

5.

Diploma in Operation Theatre Technology

6.

Diploma in Dialysis Technology

7.

Diploma in Ophthalmic Technology

8.

Diploma in Dental Mechanics

9.

Diploma in Dental Hygiene

10.

Diploma in Physiotherapy (Banned Temporarily)

SYLLABUS FOR THE PARA MEDICAL COURSES

Please contact PMB for syllabus

DURATION OF THE COURSES

The duration of the above courses will be of two years except Diploma in Physiotherapy for which the duration will be three years plus six months internship is compulsory.

The candidates with SSLC qualification shall study for three years. English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology of PUC standard shall be taught in the first year of the course to these students.

TUITION AND OTHER FEE

Tuition fee for all Para Medical Courses is common as fixed by the Govt. in Order No. HFW/41/MPS/2000 dated 18.06.2001 is as follows and subject to revision from time to time:

Registration Fee

Rs. 500/- one time payment on admission
(Payable to the Board)

Govt. Free seats

Rs. 2,000/- per annum

Management seats

Rs. 15,000/- per annum

Govt. seats in Private Colleges

Rs. 4,000/- per annum

  (including Clinical & Tuition fee)

CHANGE OF COLLEGE / COURSE

Any candidate after admission desirous of change of college or course can do so duly making an application to the Chairman, Para Medical Board through the concerned Principal of the College/Institutions along with a D.D. for  Rs. 1000/- drawn in favour of the Chairman as fee. The change is subject to availability of College/ Institutions / Course.

CHANGE OF NAME

Any candidate after admission to the course, change his/her name shall do so but the same should be intimated to the Board immediately through the Principal of the concerned Institution along with a copy of Gazette Notification with a fee of Rs. 100/-

DISCONTINUATION OF COURSE

Any candidate after admission either in Govt. or Pvt. College desires to discontinue the course shall pay penalty of Rs.1000/- to the Board in the form of DD drawn in favour of the Chairman, Para Medical Board along with NOC & NDC of the concerned Principal of the College.


EXAMINATION:

The examinations to the candidates of Para Medical courses shall be conducted by the Para Medical Board. The Board examinations shall be conducted in accordance with the scheme of examination drawn for each subject.

There shall be two examinations in a year, i.e., Annual and Supplementary Examinations and shall be conducted by the Para Medical Board. Regular Internal assessment will be conducted by the concerned College/ Institutions. The Board examinations shall consist of written, practical and viva examinations as specified in the scheme of examination prescribed for each course.

The internal assessment must be conducted by the concerned colleges at least twice in a year and the marks list containing the average of these two internal assessment shall be submitted to the Board well before the commencement of the Board Theory Examination by the Principal of the concerned College/Institutions. Internal marks received after the stipulated date will not be considered.

ELIGIBILITY FOR TAKING EXAMINATION

Only such students who produces the certificate from the Head of the Institution to the effect that he/she has regularly and satisfactorily followed the course of study by attending not less than 75% of the classes held both in Theory and Practical separately for each subject.

The candidate registered for the examination shall appear for the examinations only at the Centre assigned for that Institution in which the candidate has fulfilled his/her course requirement.

MODE OF REGISTRATION FOR EXAMINATION

A student can register for appearing Board examination by filling up the prescribed application form issued by the Para Medical Board. The application forms will be issued to the concerned Institutions after receiving the list of eligible candidates taking up the examination in that college / institution. Application of candidates who have paid the examination and registration fee and whose application forms duly certified by the Head of the concerned Institution in respect of attendance etc., shall be considered by the Board for registration for any examination.

Candidates who have passed the examination in parts shall enclose attested copies of marks cards of all the previous attempts along with the application for registration.

Disciplinary action shall be taken against such candidates who furnished false information in his/her application form for registration.

    DATE OF EXAMINATION:

The dates for both theory and practical examinations for annual/supplementary examinations shall be announced by the Member Secretary of the Board after consulting the Chairman. The Member Secretary shall intimate to the Heads of the Institutions regarding the date of examinations at least one month prior to the commencement of the examination. Under unavoidable circumstances, the Board reserves the right to alter the dates of any Examinations on prior intimation.

EXAMINATION FEE

Following are the prescribed fees for the examination conducted by the Board. This is common to all the courses for the time being and subject to revision by the Board from time to time.

Examination Fee Common for All Courses

Indian Rupees (INR)

One subject

Rs.200/-

Two subjects

Rs.400/-

More than two subjects & for all subjects

Rs.800/-

Retotaling per subject

Rs.200/-

Examination application fee

Rs. 50/-

Late fee

Rs.15/- per day

The Principals of Government and Private Institutions shall collect the Examination fees at the rates mentioned above from the candidates and shall be remitted on or before the prescribed date to the Para Medical Board in the form of DD drawn in favour of “The Chairman, Para Medical Board”.

The examination and penal fees once paid to the Board shall not be refunded or reserved or adjusted for the next or subsequent Examination at any circumstances.

EXAMINATION CENTRE AND FEE

Examinations shall be held only at such Centers as the Board may decide from time to time, which shall be announced before the last date of registration for Examination. Private Institutions desires of having their Institution as Examination Centre shall pay prescribed fee as fixed by the Board from time to time as Examination Centre Fee. However, the authority to grant/decline an Institution as Centre for Examination rests entirely with the Board.

MALPRACTICE AND COMMITTEE

Any kind of malpractice in the examination will be severely dealt with a punishment, which ranges from debarring the candidate from writing the examination or as decided by Malpractice Committee formed by the Board.

  Malpractice Committee

Principal, BMC -- Chairman
Director, Minto Hospital / -- Two Members
Physiotherapist, Victoria Hospital /
Senior medical faculty

PUBLICATION OF RESULTS:

Results of various Para Medical Courses approved by the Board shall be published at the Office of the Member Secretary of the Board and also in Government and Private Para Medical Institutions for the information of the students.

REVALUATION & RETOTALING OF MARKS

There will be no revaluation or provision to issue the xerox copy of any answer books of any subjects. However, a student can apply for re-totaling by paying Rs. 200/- per subject to the Board in the form of Demand Draft drawn in favour of "The Chairman, Para Medical Board".

The valued answer scripts shall be preserved upto six months or till the Board's next examination and then destroyed.

ISSUE OF MARKS CARD

Every candidate appeared for the Board's examination will be issued Marks Card duly signed by the Chairman as well as the Member Secretary.

ISSUE OF DUPLICATE MARKS CARD

A duplicate Marks Card shall be issued to the candidate making application through the Head of the respective Institution in the prescribed form and on payment of Rs. 300/- provided the Board is satisfied with the explanation given by the candidate that the original Marks Card has been lost or damaged and the same is attested by the Head of the Institution in which he / she has studied. Further, there is no provision to issue the consolidated marks card.


The Application for duplicate marks card should be accompanied by an affidavit certified by a Notary / Judge on a judicial stamp paper of Rs. 50/- with a copy of acknowledgement obtained by the Police station for having lodged the complaint about the lost of the Marks card / Certificate.

     

  DIPLOMA CERTIFICATES

Candidates shall be eligible to obtain their Diploma Certificates directly from the Board only after:

1. Successful completion of the prescribed Diploma in Para Medical Course

2. Submission of Xerox copy of SSLC marks card

3  Submission of the attested copies of the marks cards of the previous examinations

4. Two passport size photographs of the candidate

5. Rs. 300/- as certificate fee per candidate payable to the Board in the form of DD.

The Diploma Certificate will have the signatures of the Chairman and Member Secretary of the Para Medical Board.

The Diploma Certificate shall be collected by the candidate in person.

DUPLICATE CERTIFICATES

A duplicate certificate shall be issued to the candidates making an application through the Head of the respective Institution in the prescribed form and on payment of Rs. 300/- provided the Board is satisfied with the explanation given by the candidate that the original Diploma certificate has been lost or damaged and the same is attested by the Head of the Institution in which he/she has studied.

The application for a duplicate certificate should be accompanied by an affidavit certified by a Notary / Judge on a Judicial stamp paper of Rs. 50/-. with a copy of acknowledgement obtained from the Police Station for having lodged the complaint about the lost of the Marks card / Certificate.

ISSUE OF TRANSFER CERTIFICATE

There is no provision to issue Transfer Certificate to any candidate who completes Diploma successfully unless or otherwise he / she intends to persue higher studies based on Diploma Certificate issued by this Board.



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