The following post graduate courses in Homoeopathy are offered in the Government Homoeopathic Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram
1.Title of the Course
- MD (Hom) Materia Medica (Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy Materia Medica).
- MD (Hom) Homoeopathic Philosophy (Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy Homoeopathic Philosophy).
- MD (Hom) Repertory (Doctor of Medicine in Homoeopathy - Repertory).
- MD(Hom) Practice of Medicine
2.Duration of Course
Each course shall be of three years duration including one year house job.
3. Eligibilities for Admission
Educational qualification: - The candidates should have passed the BHMS (Direct or Graded) degree or its equivalent declared thereto by the Central Council of Homoeopathy. Those who have completed the prescribed internship on or before the last date for submission of application alone are eligible for admission. Candidates who have passed the final year examination with more than three chances are not eligible for admission. Recognition of the college and course by the university as well as Central council of Homoeopathy must be essential for under graduate level.
Age:- The candidates otherwise eligible for admission should not be more than 45 years as on 1st day of January of the succeeding year, subject to a relaxation to a maximum of five years in the case of SC/ST and to the teachers of Homoeopathic Medical College and Research Officers of Central council for Research in Homoeopathy.
Nationality: Only the Indian citizens are eligible for: admission to the Post Graduate courses.
4. Availability of Seats
There are 6 seats in each subject.(The number of seats may vary subject to availability of guides.)
5.Mode of Admission
Admission to the PG courses shall be made on the basis of rank list prepared from AIAPGET exam.
The entrance examination NEET(Ayush) is conducted by Ayush department, Central Govt.of India
7.Admissions to the Course
The commisioner of entrance examination will prepare merit and category lists of candidates based on the rank secured in NEET Examination. They also conducted the admission procedure to all seats of MD(hom)in two Govt.Homoeopathic medical colleges.
8.Payment of Fees
Annual Fees: The annual fees should be remitted for the first year at the time of admission and for the subsequent year at the time of commencement of the respective classes within a period of fortnight positively. Further delay to a fortnight will entail a fine of Rs. 10. If it is delayed further it will end in the loss of attendance.
Students of SC/ST and Backward classes eligible for educational concessions are exempted for payment of fees as per orders of the Government issued in this regard from time to time. SC/ST students need remit the caution deposit and van fees only.
Note: - No exemption from payment of fees will be granted to the candidate who is likely to be eligible for any other type of fee concession. But in such cases fees paid by them will be reimbursed as and when the competent authority has sanctioned the serve. All the fees are subject to modification and changes from time to time as the Government and University decided.