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PREAMBLE Govt. of Maharashtra has decided to conduct a single Combined Common Entrance Test for selection to all degree courses in Health Science, BVSc & AH, Engineering and Pharmacy courses. The Entrance Test will be held on Thursday 10th May 2012 at all the district headquarters in Maharashtra. The Competent Authority for the ‘MHT-CET-2012 Examination’ is Director of Medical Education and Research, Mumbai. However for the selection process there will be two separate Competent Authorities. For selection to Health Science courses, Director of Medical Education and Research, Mumbai will be the Competent Authority. For selection to Engineering and Pharmacy courses Director, Technical Education, Mumbai will be the Competent Authority. The application form for MHT-CET-2012 is common for all the above said courses. However, the information brochures for Health Science Courses, Engineering courses and Pharmacy course are separate. The results of MHT-CET 2012 will be made available at the website of Directorate of Medical Education and Research (http://www.dmer.org) and of the Directorate of Technical Education (http://www.dte.org.in).

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CLARIFICATION The Hon’ble Supreme Court (Bench of Hon. 7 judges) has delivered a judgment on 12/8/2005 in Civil Appeal No.5041/2005 in SLP (C) No.9932/2004 in respect of ‘rights and entitlement’ of Government as against Private Professional Educational Institutions (including Colleges conducting graduate and postgraduate Health Science courses). This judgment expects enactment of legislation by Central Government and in its absence, by State Government in this regard. This process has been initiated. However it is not certain, as of this date, as to when such legislation will come into force, as also its provisions. In the meanwhile, in terms of the observations of the Hon’ble Supreme Court from the aforesaid judgment, at least at this stage, it appears that State Government cannot claim any quota/seats in these colleges/institutions and consequently cannot effect admissions in these Private Medical Colleges/institutions, except to the extent agreed by certain institutions, if any. It is therefore made clear that on the aforesaid interpretation and advice given to the State Government, this Brochure will not apply to the admissions to be effected in the academic year 2012-2013 at the Private Health Science Colleges/Institutions, in so far as undergraduate courses are concerned, with the above exception. However, it is made expressly clear that if, after issuance of this Brochure, either on account of any legislation or on account of any different interpretation/opinion/advice or due to any judgment/order passed by any court of law or even otherwise, the State Government is found entitled to any seat(s) in the Private Health Science Colleges/Institutions and consequently entitled to effect the admission(s) to such seat(s), the rules and regulations set out in this Brochure will be made applicable to such seat(s) and admission(s). In such event, a separate intimation will be issued with appropriate details. It is further clarified that separate information brochure will be issued at the time of filling of preference form giving details as to availability of number of seats, their institution wise, categorywise distribution as also rules and regulations governing such distribution and consequent allotment of seats of Government as also Private Health Science Colleges / Institutions, if any. It is also made hereby clear in no uncertain terms that the same ‘Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET-2012)’ that is proposed to be conducted in terms of this Brochure will govern such admission(s), if any.


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MHT-CET-2012 INDEX 1

Examination Schedule

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2

Introduction

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3

Definitions

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Scheme of Examination

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Eligibility

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Application Form & Information Brochures

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Certificates

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Preparation of Merit List & Declaration of Result

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Revaluation of HSC Marks

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Seats Allocation to All India Quota and to Government of India Nominnee

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Conduct and Discipline

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ANNEXURES Annexure “A” : Divisional Authorities & Notified Colleges

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Annexure “B” : Constitutional Reservations

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Annexure “C” : Children of Defence Personnel (Def)

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Annexure “D” : Physically Handicapped (PH)

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Annexure “E” : Maharashtra - Karnataka Disputed Border Area Reservation

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Annexure “F” : Hilly Area (HA) Reservation

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Annexure “G” : Additional Weightage Claim

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Annexure “H” : Proforma for Non-Creamy Layer Certificate

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Annexure “I” : Certificate of Medical Fitness

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Annexure “J” : Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Science University

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Annexure “K” : District Codes & Abbreviations

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Annexure “L” : Format of Application For Verification

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Annexure “M”: Instructions For Filling Application Form

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 Specimen Copy of Application Form

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 Specimen Copy of Front Page of Question Booklet

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 Important instructions to Mark the OMR Answersheet

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 Specimen Copy of OMR Answer Sheet

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 Receipt - Cum - Identity Card

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SCHEDULE FOR MHT-CET 2012 MHT-CET-2012 Important Information For Entrance Examination  Sale of information brochure and application forms (Through Jr. College/High School/Divisional Authority)

19/03/2012 to 31/03/2012

 Last date of submission of application forms to Principal of Jr. College/School /Divisional Authority

31/03/2012

 Last date to receive admit card

03/05/2012

 Date of Examination

10/05/2012 (Thursday)

 Centre of Examination

As shown in Admit Card

EXAMINATION & BELL SCHEDULE  Part I :- Physics and Chemistry a) Entry in examination hall :b) Distribution of answer sheets c) Distribution of question booklets d) Examination commences e) Last entry permitted in examination hall (No candidate will be permitted after 10.00 a.m. under any circumstances)

f) Part I concludes at Instruction: Candidates appearing for Biology (Part II) shall continue to sit for Part II, those who are not appearing in Biology (Candidates at PCM Subject only) should leave the examination campus.  Part II :- Biology a) Distribution of answer sheets b) Distribution of question booklets c) Examination commences d) Part II concludes at (All candidates should leave the examination hall after submitting Question booklet & OMR Answersheet)

 Part III :- Mathematics a) Entry in examination Hall :b) Distribution of answer sheets c) Distribution of question booklets d) Examination commences e) Last entry permitted in examination hall (No candidate will be permitted after 3.00 p.m. under any circumstances)

f) Part III concludes at  Last date of submission of certificate/(s) for Additional Weightage Claim at the Office of Competent Authority, Mumbai (For Health Science Courses Only).  Declaration of Result (on or before)  Last date for representation regarding Verification of marks with prescribed fees.  Declaration of Final Merit List (on or before)

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09.15 a.m. - Long Bell 09.40 a.m. 09.50 a.m. 10.00 a.m. - Long Bell 10.00 a.m. 11.30 a.m. - Long Bell

11.40 a.m. 11.50 a.m. - Long Bell 12.00 noon - Long Bell 01.30 p.m. - Long Bell

02.15 p.m. - Long bell 02.40 p.m. 02.50 p.m. 03.00 p.m. - Long Bell 03.00 p.m. 04.30 p.m. - Long Bell 16/05/2012

14/06/2012 Within Four Days of Declaration of Result 25/06/2012

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MHT-CET 2012 INFORMATION BROCHURE: HEALTH SCIENCE COURSES 1. INTRODUCTION The entrance examination for the selection to all Health Science Courses, Engineering and Pharmacy degree courses in the State of Maharashtra for the academic year 2012-2013 shall be conducted by the Competent Authority appointed by The Government of Maharashtra. The Selection Process shall however be separate for degree courses in Health Sciences, Engineering and Pharmacy. The seats in Health Science Courses are at all Government/Municipal Corporation, Government aided Health Science institutions and Private Medical Health Science Colleges/ Institutions who opt for admission through MHT CET 2012. The respective Competent Authorities shall devise the system of Counseling and Selection. This procedure shall be governed by the regulations and directions specified by the Govt. of Maharashtra from time to time. The merit list of MHT-CET-2012 will be utilized for the selection to Veterinary Colleges in Maharashtra. The Registrar, Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Science University (MAFSU), Nagpur, who is the Competent Authority for selection to Veterinary colleges, will notify the details of selection process separately. (Annexure “J”).

2. DEFINITIONS 2.1

"Application Form" means prescribed form to be filled up by the candidate for appearing at MHT-CET 2012.

2.2

“Appeal Committee” means the Committee setup under the chairmanship of the Competent Authority, it shall deal with the representations submitted by the candidate(s)/parent(s) relating to grievances of the candidates with regard to MHT-CET-2012 examination and the selection process.

2.3

“Competent Authority” means the Authority designated or appointed by Govt. of Maharashtra to conduct MHT-CET 2012, and declare the results. The respective Competent Authorities will supervise and control the selection process for the admission to Health Science, Engineering and Pharmacy degree courses and act as a chairperson of the Appeal Committee for representations submitted by the candidates. The Competent Authority will issue necessary executive instructions for implementation and provide relevant information to be published or communicated.

2.4

“Center in-charge of the District” means the District Collector or the officer(s) authorized by the District Collector.

2.5

“Council” means respective Central Council for Health Science courses.

2.6

“Defence” means services established under the Army Act 1950/Airforce Act1950/Navy Act 1957.

2.7

“Divisional Authority” means the Dean/Officer(s) of specified Govt. Medical College who will be responsible to carryout the directions and instructions of the Competent Authority.

2.8

"Health Science Courses" means courses affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Science(MUHS), Nashik, which include MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS, BPTh, BOTh, BP&O, BASLP, BSc Nursing and BPMT.

2.9

“Economically Weaker Section (EWS)” means EWS as specified and laid down by Govt. of Maharashtra.

2.10 "Government College/Government Institution" - Means college/institution which is governed or aided by Government of Maharashtrta/Central Government/ local self Government i.e Govt./Govt. aided/Municipal Corporation.

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Health Science 2.11 "Private College/Private Institution" - Means College/Institution which is governed by private management and not aided by Govt. of Maharashtra/Central Government/ local self Government. 2.12 “Hilly Area (HA)” means Hilly Areas as per the resolutions issued by the Government of Maharashtra from time to time. (Annexure - F) 2.13 “Intake Capacity” in any particular institution/course means the ‘minimum number of seats’ permitted by the four Regulatory authorities i.e. Govt. of India, respective Central Council, Govt. of Maharashtra and MUHS, Nashik. 2.14 “Maharashtra Karnataka Border (MKB)” means Maharashtra Karnataka disputed border area as set out by Government of Maharashtra. (Annexure-E) 2.15 “Nomadic Tribes (NT)” means Nomadic Tribes as specified and laid down by the Government of Maharashtra. 2.16 “Notified Colleges” means the colleges/institutions responsible for distribution of information brochures and application forms for MHT-CET-2012 examination, receipt of the application forms from the School/Jr. colleges, collection & distribution of admit cards and mark sheets of MHT-CET-2012 examination (Annexure - A). 2.17 “Other Backward Class (OBC)” means Other Backward Class as specified and laid down by the Government of Maharashtra. 2.18 "Preference Form" means the preprinted form containing essential details of the candidate along with State Merit List Number, issued to the candidate after the examination. In this form the candidate has to give his choice of course and college in preferential order for selection to Health Science Courses. 2.19 “Physically Handicapped (PH)” means physically handicapped candidates as per the directions issued by Medical Council of India. 2.20 “Qualifying examination” means the examination (i.e. HSC [12th standard] or equivalent examination) on the basis of result of which a candidate becomes eligible to appear at MHT-CET entrance examination for selection to aforesaid Health Science Courses. 2.21 “Scheduled Castes (SC)” means Scheduled Castes as specified and laid down by the Government of India and as recognized in the State of Maharashtra. 2.22 “Scheduled Tribes (ST)” means Scheduled Tribes as specified and laid down by the Government of India and as recognized in the State of Maharashtra. 2.23 “Special Backward Category (SBC)” means Special Backward category as specified and laid down by the Government of Maharashtra. 2.24 “Status Retention” means the retention of a seat by a candidate, once admitted at a particular college/institution. 2.25 "Sub-Centre Incharge" means the officer incharge of the High School /College where the MHT CET 2012 examination is being conducted. 2.26 “Vimukta Jati (De-Notified Tribes) (VJ/DT)” means Vimukta Jati as specified and laid down by the Government of Maharashtra.

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Health Science 3. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION 3.1

Date of Examination: The examination will be conducted at various centres in Maharashtra on Thursday, 10th May 2012.

3.2

Schedule & Test Design: The MHT-CET-2012 will consist of three question papers. Each paper is of 100 marks. Paper I : Physics & Chemistry (50 marks each) Paper II : Biology (Botany & Zoology - 50 marks each) Paper III : Mathematics (100 Marks) There is no choice among the questions, i.e. all questions have to be answered. The candidate desirous of selection to Health Science courses and BVSc & AH should appear for Paper I & Paper II. The candidate desirous of selection to Engineering degree courses should appear for Paper I and Paper III and the candidate desirous of selection to Pharmacy degree course should appear for Paper I & Paper-II and/or Paper-III. Candidates will be provided with separate OMR answer sheets with each question paper. At the end of each paper, candidate will handover the OMR Answer sheet and Question booklet to the invigilator.

3.3

The candidate will be required to mark the correct answer by blackening the corresponding circle against the serial number of the question in the answer sheet with black ink ballpoint pen only. Out of four circles provided for selection of an answer against a question, the candidate should fill up one circle only. Each correct answer will be given mark/(s). There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers. CHANGING AN ANSWER IS NOT ALLOWED: The candidates must fully satisfy themselves about the accuracy of the answer before darkening the appropriate circle, as no change in the Answer once marked is allowed. The answer once marked is final, any change in the option once marked, done by any method, will amount to a invalid/incorrect response.

3.4

Candidate should completely darken one and the only one best response (circle) e.g

A

B

C

D

Candidate should not use any other method for answering i.e. Half circle, dot. tick mark, cross etc. This may not be read by the scanner. Answer sheet of each candidate will be evaluated by computerized scanning method only (Optical Mark Reader). There will not be any manual checking during evaluation and verification. 3.5

Grievance Redressal Committee : A Greviance Redressal Committee will be constituted at each sub centre comprising following members: i)

Sub-centre Incharge

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Chairperson

ii) A Supervisor Member Secretary III) An Invigilator Member The committee will function from 8.00 am to the end of the examination on the day of examination. If there is any grievance during this period (regarding loss of time due to administrative error or any other examination related important matter), the candidate will report it to the invigilator of his/her examination block. It will be communicated to the subcentre incharge through supervisor. The committee will examine the Grievance on the spot and take necessry decision regarding the Grievance/s. 3.6

If a candidate has objection against any question in the question paper of this examination, the same may be raised through a written application addressed to the Competent Authority within 3 days after examination. Representation received after this period shall not be considered.

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Syllabus of Examination: Syllabi of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics for the MHTCET-2012 will be the same as for the current year for HSC Examination (i.e March 2012) of HSC Board of Maharashtra.

3.8

Time & duration of Examination: There will be three papers of one and half hours each. Schedule of examination is given on page no.1.

3.9

Language of Question Paper: The medium for examination shall be English or Marathi or Urdu for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. However, Mathematics paper shall be in English only. The option once exercised about the medium by the candidate shall be irrevocable. 3.10 Examination Centre: The MHT-CET-2012 will be conducted at all the district headquarters of the State of Maharashtra. The MHT-CET examination center will be within the same district from where the candidate has passed / is appearing at the qualifying examination i.e. HSC/12th Standard examination. For the eligible candidates passing qualifying examination from outside the state of Maharashtra, the Competent Authority shall allot the examination center. The centre of examination for candidates who have passed their HSC (12th Std) or equivalent examination from an institution situated outside the state of Maharashtra (Candidates eligible under Rule 4.7 and Rule 4.8 of this Brochure and Type B, Type C, Type D and Type F of Engineering and Pharmacy Brochures) shall be the district/headquarter of the Divisional Authority where he/she has submitted MHT-CET 2012 Application Form. The center once allotted by the Competent Authority shall not be changed under any circumstances.

4. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO HEALTH SCIENCE DEGREE COURSES 4.1

The candidate must be an Indian National. Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)/ Non Resident Indian (NRI)/Overseas citizen of India (OCI) are not eligible. (Exception: Annexure “J�).

4.2

The candidate must be born on or before 31st December 1995 to be eligible to appear for MHTCET-2012. However, for admission to Ayurved and Unani courses, candidate must be born on or before 1st October 1995. The Birth certificate indicating name of the candidate, Secondary School Certificate i.e. SSC or equivalent examination certificate or School Leaving Certificate endorsing the date of birth will constitute a valid proof.

4.3

The candidate must be medically fit and must submit a certificate of medical fitness at the time of Preference form filling as per proforma (Annexure-I).

4.4

The candidate must have passed the SSC or equivalent examination from an Institution situated in the state of Maharashtra. (Please refer 4.6, 4.7, 4.8, Annexure"C" & Annexure"E" for exception)

4.5

The candidate must have passed the qualifying examination i.e. Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC/12th Standard) or equivalent examination, from an Institution situated in the State of Maharashtra (Please refer 4.7, 4.8, Annexure"C" & Annexure"E" for exception) with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) at the time of admission.

4.5.1 Eligibility criteria of Qualifying Examination for various courses 4.5.1.1 For MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BPMT : A candidate belonging to Open Category must have obtained not less than 50% (i.e. 150 out of 300) marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together at the HSC (or equivalent) Examination. A candidate belonging to constitutional reservation (Annex. B) backward class and constitutional reservation with physically handicapped claim must have obtained not less than 40% (i.e. 120 out of 300) marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together at the HSC (or equivalent) Examination. Physically handicapped candidate in General catogery must secure not less than 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology (PCB) taken together the at HSC (or equivalent) Examination. 4.5.1.2 For BSc. Nursing - A candidate belonging to Open category must have obtained not less than 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English taken together at HSC (or equivalent) examination. A candidate belonging to constitutional reservation (Annex. B) must have obtained not less than 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English taken together at HSC(or equivalent) Exam.

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Health Science 4.5.1.3 For BHMS, BUMS, BPTh, BOTh, BASLP and BP&O courses: Clause 4.5.1.1 is not applicable. Passing grade at HSC/12th Standard or equivalent examination is however necessary. 4.5.1.4 For admission to BP&O candidates who have passed 12th standard examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and / or Mathematics are eligible. 4.5.1.5 For admission to BASLP, candidates who have passed 12th standard examination with Physics, Biology, Chemistry and/or Mathematics and/or Computer Science are eligible. 4.5.1.6 The candidates who are appearing for qualifying examination i.e. HSC (or equivalent exam.) in February/March 2012 are eligible to appear for MHT-CET-2012, however they must fulfill the eligibility condition at Para 4.5 at the time of filling up of the Preference Form. 4.6

Exception for SSC (10th Std. or equivalent examination):- Candidate who has passed SSC or equivalent examination from an institute situated outside Maharashtra State and HSC or equivalent examination from within Maharashtra State is eligible for seeking admission to the courses in Health Science provided that he/she is DOMICILE of Maharashtra.

4.7

Exception for SSC (10th) and HSC (12th) or equivalent examinations: Children of employees of the Government of Maharashtra or its Undertaking :-

Children of employees of the Government of Maharashtra or its Undertaking posted on deputation or transfer to a place outside the State of Maharashtra, or transferred from outside to a place situated within the State of Maharashtra:1. The children of such employees of Government of Maharashtra or its undertaking who have joined service since beginning at a place situated outside the State of Maharashtra but who have been transferred to a place situated within the State of Maharashtra shall be eligible for admission even though such children might have passed the S.S.C.(Std. X) and/or H.S.C. (Std.XII) or equivalent exam from the recognized Institutions situated outside the State of Maharashtra, provided that such an employee of Government of Maharashtra or its Undertaking must have been posted/ transferred/ deputed at a place of work located in the State of Maharashtra and also must have reported-for-duty i.e. joined the duty before the last date of submission of Preference Form. 2. The candidates belonging to the aforesaid category at (1) shall be required to produce the requisite Certificate from the Office at which such an employee of Government of Maharashtra or its Undertaking has reported for duty as a proof that such employee has joined the office and/or reported for duty before the cut off date for eligibility i.e. the last date of submission of Preference Form. The certificate should contain full name of the employee, designation, transfer/posting order number and date, date of joining and present status of posting. A copy of transfer/posting order should also be produced at the time of filling the preference form. 3. The children of such employees of Government of Maharashtra or its Undertaking who have been transferred or deputed to a place situated outside the State of Maharashtra or who have returned to the State of Maharashtra after initial transfer/deputation shall be eligible for admission even though such children might have passed the S.S.C. (Std. X) and/or H.S.C. (Std. XII) or equivalent examinations from the recognized Institutions situated outside the State of Maharashtra. 4. The candidates belonging to the aforesaid category at (3) above shall be required to produce the requisite Certificate from the Office at which such an employee of Government of Maharashtra or its Undertaking has reported for duty. The certificate should contain full name of the employee, designation, transfer order number and date, date of joining and present status of posting. A copy of transfer order should also be produced at the time of filling the preference form.

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Health Science 4.8

Exception for SSC (10th) and HSC (12th) or equivalent examinations: Children of employees of Government of India or its Undertaking:1. The children of the employees of Government of India or its Undertaking shall be eligible for admission even though they might have passed the S.S.C. (Std.X) and/or H.S.C. (Std. XII) or equivalent exam from the recognized Institutions situated outside the State of Maharashtra, provided that such an employee of Government of India or its Undertaking must have been transferred/posted at a place of work, located in the State of Maharashtra and also must have reported for duty i.e. joined the duty before the last date of submission of Preference Form. 2. The candidates belonging to the aforesaid category (1) shall be required to produce the requisite Certificate from the Office at which such an employee of Government of India or its Undertaking has reported for duty as a proof of the fact that such employee has joined the office and/or reported for duty before the cut off date for eligibility i.e., the last date of submission of Preference Form. The certificate should contain full name of the employee, designation, transfer/posting order number and date, date of joining and present status of posting. A copy of transfer/posting order should also be produced at the time of filling the preference form.

4.9

CET-Marks Eligibility For Admission to MBBS & BDS Courses:

A candidate belonging to open category must secure not less than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology (PCB) taken together at Common Entrance Test i.e. MHT-CET-2012. A candidate belonging to constitutional reservation (Annexure B) and constitutional reservation with physically handicapped claimed candidate must secure not less than 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology (PCB) taken together in the MHT-CET-2012. Physically handicapped candidate in General catogery must secure not less than 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology (PCB) taken together in the MHT-CET-2012. 4.10 CET Marks for Admission to BAMS/BHMS/BUMS/BPTh/BOTh/BASLP/BP&O/BPMT and B.Sc. Nursing: A candidate will be selected on the basis of merit in Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET-2012) to above stated courses. 4.11 Additional Eligibility For BUMS: Candidate should have passed SSC (or equivalent) examination from the recognized board with Urdu as one of the subjects. 4.12 Cut-off date for the eligibility: The eligibility of the candidate shall be determined and/or decided for all purposes including for applicability of all these Rules and Regulations by considering the last date of submission of Preference Form as the cut off date. It is made abundantly clear that if a candidate is found ineligible as on the last date of submission of preference form, in terms of these Rules and Regulations, and if such an ineligible candidate acquires the requisite eligibility after the aforesaid cut off date (i.e. the last date of submission of preference form), such subsequent acquisition of eligibility will not make an ineligible candidate eligible for any purpose whatsoever, much less for the purpose of admission. 4.13 The selected candidates who have cancelled their admission after the cut-off-date declared by the respective central councils for the admission to Health Science Courses in the year/(s),2010-11 and 2011-12, by the Competent Authority (MHT-CET-2010 and MHT-CET-2011) are not eligible to appear at MHT-CET 2012. Notwithstanding anything stated in the rule here-inabove, a candidate, who was allotted a seat in any course under MUHS Nashik in previous year(s) and whofailed to join or vacated / abandond it after availing the said seat, or has completed such a period of course which would result into lapse of the said seat, will not be eligible for appearing at MHT-CET examination and admission for the next two years. Penlty for lapse of seat (MBBS/BDS Course): Any candidate responsible for lapse of MBBS/BDS seat will have to pay a penalty of Rs.10,00,000/- (Rupee Ten Lacs Only). This penalty is

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Health Science applicable to all those candidates who do not join during last round or cancel a seat after last round of admission. This penalty is also applicable to the candidate resigning a seat after cut off date for MBBS/BDS course or also fails to complete the course. 4.14 For Eligibility to Health Science Courses under Defence specified reservation - Refer Annexure C 4.15 For Eligibility to Health Science Courses under Physically Handicapped specified reservation Refer Annexure - D. 4.16 For Eligibility to Health Science Courses under Maharashtra Karnataka Border (MKB) area specified reservation - Refer Annexure - E. 4.17 For Hilly Area seat claim - Refer to conditions/criteria under Annexure-F. 4.18 All those candidates who have passed the S.S.C. (Std. X) and/or H.S.C. (Std. XII) or equivalent examination/s from an Institution/s situated outside the State of Maharashtra are NOT ELIGIBLE to appear at MHT-CET 2012 examination and subsequent admission to Health Science courses, except those exempted under Rule 4.6, 4.7, 4.8, 4.14 and 4.16. 4.19 Admission to Health Science Courses is subject to the grant of eligibility by Maharashtra University of Health Science, Nashik.

5. FOR ELIGIBILITY TO B.V.Sc. & A.H. DEGREE COURSE IN VETERINARY FACULTY (Refer Annexure J) 6. APPLICATION FORM & INFORMATION BROCHURES 6.1

Mode of Sale: A single Application form and three information Brochures for MHT-CET 2012 (Health Science, Engineering and Pharmacy) will be available at Junior College/High School where candidate has studied for HSC (12th Std examination). Prescribed application forms as per the requirement, shall be obtained by Head Master/Principal of the college from the Principal/Dean of the notified college in the district as shown in Annexure-A. The cost of application form along with the Information Brochures of MHT-CET-2012 and the Examination fee is Rs.700/- for open category, and Rs.500/- for reserve category candidate. This amount is not refundable. The School/Junior College should submit two separate demand drafts / pay orders, one for open category candidates, another for reserve category candidates drawn in favour of “Competent Authority MH-CET, Mumbai,” on any scheduled commercial Bank, payable at Mumbai, to the Notified College while collecting application forms. Duly filled application form should be submitted by the candidate to the same Junior College/School, from where he/she has passed / appearing for HSC or equalient examination, on or before the prescribed date. All the Defence category candidates who are appearing/have appeared for qualifying examination (HSC or equivalent) from outside Maharashtra State and are otherwise eligible as per the rules to appear at MHT-CET-2012, should obtain the brochures and application form on payment of fee of Rs. 700/- by Demand Draft/Pay order drawn on any scheduled commercial Bank in favour of ‘Competent Authority MH-CET, Mumbai’ payable at Mumbai, from respective Divisional Authorities (Refer Table under Rule 6.2).

6.2

Instructions for filling and submission of application form (Annexure “M”): The application form must be filled by the candidate in his/her own handwriting using black ink ball point pen. Filling up of application form by the candidate shall be done under active guidance of the Principal or teacher authorized by the Institution. The application form should be submitted by the candidate on or before the prescribed date, to the Principal of concerned Jr. College/ High school.

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Health Science The application forms complete in all respects shall be submitted by the Principal of School/Junior College to the Dean / Principal of the notified College of the concerned District as shown in ‘Annexure-A’ on or before the last date prescribed for the same. It will be responsibility of the Head Master/Principal of High School/Junior College to verify and certify that the information provided in the application form by the candidate is correct. For Candidates who have passed HSC or Equivalent exam from outside Maharashtra, the place of submission of application form, receiving of Receipt cum Identity card, Admit Card and Mark sheet shall be as given in the following table. Place for Submission of Application form, Receiving Receipt cum Identity Card, Admit Card & Marksheet

Candidate Defence (D1 & D2)

Divisional Authority of their Parent's district of domicile.

Defence (D3)

Divisional Authority of their place of posting.

State Govt. Employee (Transferred Out of Maharashtra) Refer Rule 4.7.

Divisional Authority of place of original/initial posting before transfer/deputation.

State Govt. Employee (Transferred back to Maharashtra) Refer Rule 4.7.

Divisional Authority of place of posting

Central Govt. Employee (Transferred to Maharashtra) Refer Rule 4.8.

Divisional Authority of place of posting

MKB candidates of Bidar & Gulbarga

Notified College - Govt. Medical College, Latur.

MKB candidates of Belgaum & Karwar

Notified College - R.C.S.M. Govt. Medical College, Kolhapur

For BVSc & AH only (J&K, Goa & NRI candidates)

At the office of any Divisional Authority

All the Outside Maharashtra State (OMS) candidates mentioned in above table should show relevant documents of a) photo identity and b) SSC or equivalent examination marks to the Divisional/Notified authority at the time of submission of application form. 6.3

The candidates desirous of claiming the constitutional and / or specified reservations must have claimed the same in the original application form of MHT-CET 2012, failing which the claim will not be entertained subsequently. A candidate belonging to backward class from Maharashtra state only, is eligible for claiming seat under reserved category. (Refer Annexure-B)

6.4

An incomplete application form will be rejected. Application form sent by post/courier will be rejected. The candidate shall submit one and only one application form. In case, candidate submits more than one application form, he/she shall be disqualified.

6.5

MHT-CET- 2012 Admit Card & Receipt-cum-Identity Card: The Principal/Head of the institute where the application form is submitted, shall issue Receipt-cum-Identity card attesting the photograph of the candidate with his/her signature and stamp after due verification. The candidate must preserve the Receipt-cum-Identity-card and must bring it at the time of MHTCET-2012 examination as well as at the time of filling up of the preference form and admission.

6.6

The Admit Cards for the MHT-CET-2012 will be distributed by the Principal/Head of the institute where the Application form was submitted. In case the candidate does not receive Admit Card on or before the prescribed date (or if he/she has lost his/her admit card), he/she should approach the Center Incharge of the district with the original Receipt cum Identity Card for getting a Duplicate Admit Card. Please note that the issue of Admit Card is just an enabling provision for appearing at MHT-CET examination and does not imply that the candidate is eligible for admission.

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Health Science 7. CERTIFICATES No original certificates or their attested photocopies are required to be submitted along with the application form. However, the following certificates in original and their attested photocopies must be submitted for scrutiny at the time of filling the preference form, as well as at the time of admission. 7.1 Receipt cum Identity Card, Admit Card and Mark sheet of MHT-CET 2012 Examination. 7.2 Nationality Certificate issued by District Magistrate/Addl. District Magistrate or Metropolitan Magistrate (Competent Authority for issue of such certificate)/valid Indian Passport or School Leaving Certificate of HSC/12th Std. indicating the nationality of the candidate as ‘Indian’. 7.3 Domicile Certificate (Refer Rule 4.6) issued by District Magistrate/Metropolitan Magistrate/ Addl. District Magistrate or Tehsildar. (Required only for the candidates passing SSC (10th Std.) or equivalent examination situated outside the State of Maharashtra.) 7.4 SSC i.e. 10th Standard or equivalent examination certificate, school leaving certificate or Birth certificate indicating name of the candidate (for DOB) and SSC Statement of Marks. 7.5 HSC i.e. 12th Standard or equivalent examination Statement of Marks 7.6 Medical fitness certificate (Annexure-I) If aplicable following certificates. 7.7 Constitutional reservation claim. (Annexure-B) a) Caste Certificate b) Caste Validity Certificate (CVC) c) Non-Creamy Layer Certificate (for VJ/DT (v), NT (c), NT (d), NT (M), SBC & OBC) valid upto 31/3/2013. (Annexure - H) 7.8

Specified Reservation Claim a) Defence Category Claim (Annexure-C) b) PH Claim (Annexure-D) c) MKB Claim (Annexure-E) d) HA Claim (Annexure-F)

7.9

Additional Weightage Claim (Annexure-G) a) Sports b) Hyderabad/Goa Liberation (HGL) c) Freedom Fighter (FF) d) National Cadet Corps (NCC)

The attested photocopies of certificates for additional weightage claim along with photocopy of admit card of MHT-CET-2012 must be sent by registered post/courier/hand delivery so as to reach the office of the Competent Authority at Mumbai, on or before the prescribed date, failing which, the claim will not be granted. The envelope must be superscribed as “Additional weightage claim for MHT-CET-2012”. 7.10 Necessary transfer order/(s) of the parent (Rule 4.7 and Rule 4.8 and Annexure C 3(d)). 7.11 Bonafide certificate / Affidavit stating Gap in the Education (Not required for the candidates appearing for H.S.C. or equivalent examination in March 2012):Bonafide Certificate:- This is for those candidates who have passed HSC/12th Standard in March 2011 or before and presently studying in a course/institution not affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Science, Nashik. (to be issued by the concerned institution). Affidavit (Gap Certificate):- This is for those candidates who have passed HSC/12th Standard in March 2011 or before and presently not studying in any course/institution.

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Health Science 8. PREPARATION OF MERIT LIST AND DECLARATION OF RESULT The Competent Authority will conduct the examination, evaluate the answer sheets and declare the result. The result will be declared on websites of DMER i.e. www.dmer.org and DTE i.e. www.dte.org.in on or before 14/6/2012. 8.1 Preparation of Merit List for Selection to Health Science Courses Marks obtained by the candidate at the MHT-CET-2012 will be corrected with additional weightage for the circumstances/activities stated at Annexure-G and State Merit List indicating State merit number, regional merit number, categorywise merit number, will be prepared on the basis of such corrected marks, in descending order of merit. 8.2 Tie-breakers In case of equal corrected marks at the MHT-CET-2012, the following procedure shall be adopted for deciding inter-se merit, First level:

A candidate with higher total of uncorrected marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology at the MHT-CET-2012 shall be preferred, if the tie still persists, then:

Second level:

A candidate with higher marks in Biology at the MHT-CET-2012 Examination shall be preferred, if the tie still persists then:

Third level:

A candidate with higher marks in Chemistry at the MHT-CET-2012 Examination shall be preferred, if the tie still persists then:

Fourth Level: A candidate with higher percentage of aggregate marks at the SSC (or equivalent) Examination shall be preferred, if the tie still persists, then: Fifth level: An older candidate shall be preferred over a younger candidate. 8.3

All the candidates who have appeared for MHT-CET-2012 will receive their mark sheet from the office of the Principal of their Jr. College/High School, who in turn shall collect the same from the Dean/Principal of notified college of the District. Candidates who have submitted their application form directly to Divisional Authorities, will collect the mark sheet from the same office.

8.4

In case of loss of original MHT-CET-2012 mark sheet, a duplicate mark sheet can be obtained with a application addressed to the Competent Authority along with a demand draft/pay order drawn on any scheduled commercial bank of Rs.100/-, in favour of ‘Competent Authority MHCET, Mumbai’ payable at Mumbai.

8.5

Verification of Marks Obtained at MHT-CET 2012: If a candidate desires to get his/her Answer sheet evaluation verified, an application in prescribed proforma (Annexure ‘L’), along with self addressed unstamped envelope (9”X 4.5”) should be submitted to any Divisional Authority, within 4 days of declaration of the result of MHT-CET-2012, along with Demand Draft/Pay Order of Rs.500/- (Rs.Five Hundred only) drawn on any scheduled commercial bank in favour of “Competent Authority MH-CET, Mumbai”, payable at Mumbai. The candidate will be sent photocopy of the Answer sheet and model answer key, after due verification by the Competent Authority through registered post.

8.6

Representations received after the specified period will not be entertained. The change if any, shall be communicated to the candidate. The decision of the Competent Authority in this matter shall be final and binding. The Rules and Regulation/procedure stated herein is applicable for MHT-CET-2012 examination and selection to Health Science Courses for the academic year 2012-2013. No promise is implied herein for the subsequent years and no expectations should be based on this for future.

9. REVALUATION OF HSC OR EQUIVALENT EXAMINATION MARKS If the marks of a candidate at HSC (or equivalent) examination have been revised on revaluation, the eligibility of the candidate may be altered. The candidate will be permitted to avail the benefit of revised marks upto the last date of filling up of Preference Form, subject to his/her representation to that effect to the Competent Authority and production of necessary proof to the satisfaction of the latter.

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Health Science 10. SEATS ALLOCATION TO ALL INDIA QUOTA AND SEATS EARMARKED FOR

THE "CENTRAL POOL SCHEME" Among all the seats available in Health Science Courses at all Government/Municipal Corporation and Government aided Health Science institutions, AIPMT quata and seats earmarked for the "central pool scheme" are allocated as follows, 10.1 AIPMT Quota : At present 15% seats in each Government and Municipal Corporation Medical (MBBS) and Dental (BDS) Colleges are contributed to All India Quota. All India quota seats (15% AIPMT Quota seats / Surrendered back to the state shall retain their original Characts filled in by 30% state quota All India Quota

will retain there original Category character. All India Quota surrendered Seats having OBC character will be allotted to MHT CET candidates, of VJ, NT1, NT2, NT3, OBC & SBC Category candidate (group together) as per interse merit.

10.2

Seats Earmarked For The "Central Pool Scheme": Fifteen (15) seats in Govt. Medical Colleges, Three (3) seats in Govt. Dental Colleges and Five (5) seats (BAMS) in Govt. Ayurved Colleges are filled by the Ministry of Health and Family welfare, Government of India, Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi as a seats earsmarked for the, central pool scheme. Any Vacancies under "central pool scheme" shall be filled in by 30% OPEN category candidate from State Merit List. The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare is maintaining a Central Pool of MBBS/BDS seats by seeking voluntary contribution of various States/UTs having Medical/Dental Colleges and institutions. The seats collected in the Central Pool from the States/UT Governments/Institutions are in turn allocated to the States/UTs which are not having Medical/Dental Colleges of their own and to certain other Ministries/Departments like Ministry of External Affairs, Defence, Home Affairs, Human Resources Development

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Eligible

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admission/nomination against seats earmarked for Central Pool Scheme need to apply directly to the authorities concerned (Mentioned Below) and not to the institution/college/university where seats are earmarked for the Central Pool scheme. The eligible candidates should not apply for such seats to Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India.

Sr.No 1. 2.

3.

Category Students belonging to States/Union Territories with no Medical/Dental College. Wards of Defence Personnel

Children of Para-military personnel: i) For CRPF/BSF/SSB etc. personnel ii) For R&AW/SFF/ARC personnel

4.

Children of Indian Staff serving in Indian Missions abroad.

5.

For meeting diplomatic/bilateral commitments

6.

Tibetan Refugees

7.

National Bravery Award Winning Children

8.

Civilians affected by Terrorism

10.3

Authority to whom the application is to be sent. Health Secretary, State/Union Territory Government Liason Officer, Kendriya Sainik Board, Ministry of Defence, West Block-IV, Wing No.5, R.K.Puram, New Delhi-110066 Ministry of Home Affairs, FR-I Section, North Block, New Delhi-110001 Cabinet Secretariat, EA-II Section, Bikaner House (Annexe), Shahjahan Road, New Delhi-110011 Ministry of External Affairs, Welfare Cell, Akbar Bhawan, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021 Ministry of External Affairs, Students Cell, Akbar Bhawan, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021 Central Tibetan Schools Administration, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Secondary & Higher Education, Ess Ess Plaza, Community Centre, Sector3, Rohini, Delhi110085 Indian Council for Child Welfare, 4-Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg, New Delhi-110002 Ministry of Home Affairs, IS Division, North Block, New Delhi

The scheme of seat distribution for State Quota seats will be published in the information brochure for preference system. There will be constitutional and specified reservations for State Quota.

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Health Science 11. LEGAL JURISDICTION All disputes pertaining to the conduct of examination and selection shall fall within the jurisdiction of Courts, at Mumbai only. The Competent Authority shall be the legal person in whose name the Government of Maharashtra may sue or may be sued.

12. CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE 12.1 Failure of the candidate in making full and correct statements in the application form and/or suppression of any information would lead to disqualification of the candidate for MHT-CET 2012 or even at later date.

Such a candidate will be debarred from the

examination / entire selection process. 12.2 Adopting a unfair means or engaging in malpractice in the examination shall render a candidate liable for punishment under, “Maharashtra Prevention of Malpractices Act, Universities, Board and Other Specified Examination Act, 1982� and disqualify him/her for MHT-CET-2012 examination. 12.3 If any person(s) or officer(s) dealing with the conduct of the MHT-CET-2012 are found engaged in act(s) that would result in the leakage of question paper or attempt to use or help in the use of unfair means in this examination, he/she shall be liable to prosecution under Indian Penal Code. 12.4 As per Government Resolution (G.R. No. MED 1007/CR-490/07/Ed-2 dated 8th Feb 2008 and any G.R issued in this regard from time to time), candidates joined against the seats of Government/Municipal Corporation colleges for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses either through GOI nominee, All India quota or through MHT CET 2012 will be required to sign a bond to serve the Government of Maharashtra or local self government or Defence services for a period of one year, failing which he/she will be required to pay Rs.10,00,000/- (Rupees ten lacs only) for the default. Additionally, he/she will be required to sign an undertaking to the effect that he/she will not leave India within a period of five years from the date of obtaining the degree, otherwise he/she will have to pay Rs. 10,00,000/- (Rs.Ten lacs only) as penalty. 13.

Any issue not dealt here-in above will be dealt with, when arising, fully and finally by the competent authority. Any amendments made by Government of Maharashtra from time to time will be implemented.

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ANNEXURE - A Divisional Authorities, Districts & Notified Colleges Under Their Jurisdiction Divisional Authority 1) Dean, Grant Medical College, Mumbai. PH-(022) 23735555 2) Dean, B.J.Medical College Pune PH-(020) 26128000 Ext 385 or (020)26130991

3) Dean, Govt. Medical College, Miraj, Dist.Sangli PH-(0233) 2232090, 2231959 4) Dean, SBH Govt. Medical College, Dhule PH-(02562) 239407

Districts Mumbai Urban Mumbai Suburban Thane Raigad Pune Ahmednagar Satara Solapur Sangli Kolhapur

Beed Osmanabad Parbhani, Hingoli Latur

Notified Colleges for the concerned Districts Authorities Grant Medical College, Sir J.J. Hospital, Byculla, Mumbai-400 008 R.A. Podar Ayurved College, Dr. Annie Besant Rd., Worli, Mumbai - 400 018 Rajiv Gandhi Medical College & Cht. Shivaji Maharaj Hospital, Kalva, Thane-400 065 KES Chandrakant Hari Keluskar Homoeopathic College, Alibaug, Dist.Raigad-402 201 B. J. Medical College, Pune- 411 001 Gangadhar Shastri Gune Ayurvedic Mahavidyalaya, Vishrambaug, Ahmednagar SCM Aryangla Ayurvedic College, ITI Road, Gendamal, Satara-415 002. Dr.Vaishampayan Memorial Medical College, In-front of District Court,Solapur-413 003. Govt. Medical College, Pandharpur Rd., Miraj, Dist - Sangli - 416 410 R.C.S.M. Govt. Medical College, CPR Hosp. Compound, Kolhapur-416 002. R.P.Gogate College of the Science and R.V.Jogalekar College of Commerce, A/P - Ratnagiri, T/D - Ratnagiri - 415 612. Bhaisaheb Sawant Ayurvedic Mahavidyalaya, Khaskilwada, Sutikgruha Complex, Sawantwadi, Dist. Sindhudurga-416 510. Shri. Bhausaheb Hire Government Medical College, Mumbai-Agra-Highway, Chhakarbardi Campus, Near Residency Park, Dhule-424 301. Ayurvedic College, Ganeshwadi, Near Garge Maharaj Bridge, Panchawati, Nashik- 03 Chaitanya Ayurvedic College, Sakegaon, Tal. Bhusaval, Dis. Jalgaon. Government Medical College, Panchakki Road, Aurangabad-431 001. Government Dental College & Hospital, Govt. Medical College Campus, Dhanwantari Nagar, Aurangabad- 431 001. Swami Ramanand Teerth Rural Medical College, Ambajogai, Dist-Beed- 431 517 Government Ayurved College, Solapur Road, Osmanabad-413 501. P.D. Jain Homoeopathic College, Vakil Colony, Parbhani-431 401 Government Medical College, Civil Hospital Campus, Latur-412 513.

Nanded

Dr. Shankarrao Chavan Government Medical College, Vazirabad, Nanded- 431 601

Nagpur Wardha Bhandara Gondia

Government Medical College, Hanuman Nagar, Nagpur-440 003. Indira Gandhi Medical College, Central Avenue Road, Nagpur-440 018. Government. Dental College & Hosp., Medical College Campus, Nagpur-440 003. Mahadeorao Shivankar Ayurvedic College, Kudwa, Dist- Gondia-441 614. Purushottam Bagla Homoeopathic College & Hospital, Bagle Nagar, Babu Peth, Chandrapur442 403 Government Polytechnic, MIDC Road, Gadchiroli - 442 605. Shri. Vasantrao Naik Government Medical College, Yavatmal-445 001. Dr. Panjabrao Alias Bhausaheb Deshmukh Memorial Medical College, Shivaji Nagar, Amravati-444 603. Government Medical College, General Hospital Campus, Akola - 444 001 Panchasheel Homoeopathic Medical College, Kalanagar, Khamgaon, Buldhana - 444 303.

Ratnagiri Sindhudurga Dhule, Nandurbar

5) Dean Govt. Medical College, Aurangabad PH-(0240) 2402412-17 6) Dean, Dr. Shankarrao Chavan Govt Medical College, Nanded PH-(02462) 238527 7) Dean Govt. Medical College, Nagpur PH-(0712) 2743588 2701580 / 2700256

Nashik Jalgaon Aurangabad Jalna

Chandrapur Gadchiroli Yavatmal

8) Dean, Govt. Medical College, Akola PH-(0724) 2431960

Amravati Akola, Washim Buldhana

N.B.

The notified colleges shall be responsible for supply of information brochures/ application forms, receipt of application forms, dispatch of admit cards & mark sheets to the candidates through their respective Jr. Colleges / High schools.

MKB Area:

andidates of Maharashtra-Karnataka Disputed Border (MKB) Area from Bidar & Gulbarga should submit their application forms to Dean Govt. Medical College, Latur and residents of Belgaum & Karwar districts should submit the application forms to Dean, R.C.S.M. Government Medical College, Kolhapur.

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ANNEXURE-B CONSTITUTIONAL RESERVATIONS 1) The candidates recognized by the State of Maharashtra as belonging to the following Backward Classes, shall alone be eligible to claim admissions as against the seats reserved for such backward class categories. These Backward Class categories are as follows:(i) Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Caste converts to Buddhism (SC) 13.0 percent (ii) Scheduled Tribes (ST) 7.0 Percent (iii) Vimukta Jati ( VJ/DT - v ) 3.0 percent (iv) Nomadic Tribes ( NT & c ) 2.5 percent (v) Nomadic Tribes ( NT & d ) 3.5 percent (vi) Nomadic Tribes ( NT & M ) 2.0 percent (vii) Other Backward Category (OBC) including SBC 19.0 percent Total 50.0 percent 2) Candidates belonging to aforesaid Backward Class categories will be required to submit the Caste Certificate and the Caste/Tribe Validity Certificate. 3) Caste certificate issuing authority: - Caste certificate stating that the caste is recognized under a particular backward class category in Maharashtra state is issued by Sub-Divisional Magistrate / Executive Magistrate /Metropolitan Magistrate in Maharashtra state. 4) The Caste/Tribe validity Certificate Issuing Authorities are as follows:a) For Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Caste converts to Buddhism, Vimukta Jati (v), Nomadic Tribes c, d & M and Other Backward Class, Caste Validity Certificate is issued by Divisional Caste Scrutiny Committee of respective Divisional Social Welfare Office (Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Amravati, Nagpur and Latur). b) For Candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribe the Tribe Validity Certificate is issued by Commissioner/Jt. Commissioner, Tribe Scrutiny Committee of respective Region [Kokan (Thane), Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Amravati, Nagpur, Nandurbar and Gadchiroli]. 5) The candidates who have claimed the Constitutional Reservation in the original Application Form must submit Caste Validity Certificate at the time of filling the Preference Form, failing which the category claim, will not be granted. 6) NON-CREAMY LAYER A candidate belonging to ‘Creamy Layer’ amongst the categories (iii), (iv), (v), (vi) and (vii) must note that the provision of reservation is NOT applicable to him/her. A candidate claiming benefit of reservation under the categories (iii), (iv), (v), (vi) and (vii) above will be required to produce NonCreamy Layer Certificate in the name of candidate as specified in the Government resolution No. lhchlh 10$2008$iz-dz-697$ekod] fnukad 13$01$2009- The certificate in prescribed proforma (Annexure - H) stating that it is valid upto 31/3/2013 should be submitted at the time of filling up of Preference Form. The Non-Creamy Layer Certificate is issued by Sub-Divisional Officer/Deputy Collector/Collector of the district. However, such a Non-Creamy Layer Certificate shall be produced in any case on or before the last date of filling up of Preference Form, failing which the category claim will not be granted. Applicants belonging to Special Backward Category N.B.: Hon’ble High Court Mumbai had stayed admission to Special Backward Category as a separate quota and therefore, vide Government Circular from Social Welfare, Cultural Affairs and Sports Department No. CBC1095/WS/264/BCW-5 dated 24th October 1995, the persons belonging to Special Backward Category (SBC) are to be considered as OBC candidates. Admission under constitutional reservation seat will be governed by the Maharashtra Schedule Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Denotified Tribes (Vimukta Jatis), Nomadic Tribes, Other Backward Classes and Special Backward Category (Regulation of Issuance and Verification of) Caste Certificate Act, 2000 (Mah. Act No.XXIII of 2001). Candidates are instructued to note following provisions of the said act; Para 10: (Benefits secured on the basis of false Caste Certificate to be withdrawn) (1) Whoever not being a person belonging to any of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, De-notified Tribes, De-notified tribes, (Vimukta Jatis), Nomadic Tribes, Other Backward Classes or Special Backward Category secures admission in any educational institution against a seat reserved for such Castes, Tribes or Classes, or secures any appointment in the Government, local authority or in any other company of Corporation, owned or controlled by the Government or in any Government aided institution

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Health Science or Co-Operative Society against a post reserved for such Castes, Tribes or Classes by producing a false Caste Certificate shall, on cancellation of the Caste Certificate by the Scrutiny Committee, be liable to be debarred from the concerned educational institution, or as the case may be, discharged from the said employment forthwith and any other benefits enjoyed or derived by virtue of such admission or appointment by such person as aforesaid shall be withdrawn forthwith. (2) Any amount paid to such person by the Government or any other agency by way of scholarship, grant, allowance or other financial benefit shall be recovered from such person as an arrears of land revenue.7 (3) Notwithstanding anything contained in any Act for the time being in force, any Degree, Diploma or any other educational qualification acquired by such person after securing admission in any educational institution on the basis of a Caste Certificate which is subsequently proved to be false shall also stand cancelled, on cancellation of such Caste Certificate, by the Scrutiny Committee. (4) Notwithstanding anything contained in any law for the time being in force, a person shall be disqualified for being a member of any statutory body if he has contested the election for local authority, Cooperative Society or any statutory body on the seat reserved for any of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, De-notified Tribes, (Vimukt jatis), Nomadic Tribes, Other Backward Classes or Special Backward Category by procuring a false Caste Certificate as belonging to such Caste, Tribe or Class on such false Caste Certificate being cancelled by the Scrutiny Committee; and any benefits obtained by such person shall be recoverable as arrears of land revenue and the election of such person shall be deemed to have been terminated retrospectively. Para 11: (Offences & Penalties) (1) Whoever,(a) Obtains a false Caste Certificate by furnishing false information or filing false statements or documents or any other fraudulent means ; or (b) not being a person belonging to any of the Scheduled Tribes, De-notified Tribes, (Vimukt jatis), Nomadic Tribes, Other Backward Classes or Special Backward Category secures any benefits or appointment exclusively reserved for such Castes, Tribes or Classes in the Government, local authority or any other company or corporation owned or controlled by the Government or in any Government aided institution, or secures admission in any educational institution against a seat exclusively reserved for such Castes, Tribes or Classes or is elected to any of the elective offices of local authority or Cooperative Society against the office, reserved for such Castes, Tribes of Classes by producing a false Caste Certificate; shall, on conviction, be punished , with rigorous imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than six months but which may extent up to two years or with fine which shall not be less than two thousand rupees, but which may extend up to twenty thousand rupees or both. (2) No court shall take cognizance of an offence punishable under this section except upon a complaint, in writing, made by the scrutiny Committee or by any other officer duly authorized by the Scrutiny Committee for this purpose. Para 12: (Offences under Act to be cognizable & non-bailable) Notwithstanding anything contained in the Code of Criminal Procedure; 1973 -(a) offence punishable under section 11 shall be cognizable and non-bailable; (b) every offence punishable under this Act, shall be tried by any Magistrate of First Class in a summery way and provisions of sections 262except sub-section(2) to 265 both inclusive of this Code shall as for as possible may be applied to such trial. Para 13: (Penalty for issuing false Caste Certificate) (1) Any person or authority performing the functions of Competent Authority under this act, who intentionally issues of false Caste Certificate shall earn conviction, be punished with rigorous imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than six months but which may extend up to two years or with fine which shall not be less than two thousand rupees, but which may extend up to twenty thousand rupees or both. (2) No court shall take cognizance of an offence punishable under this section except with the previous sanction of the Government. Para 14: (Penalty for abatement) Whoever abets any offence punishable under this Act shall be punished with the punishment provided for in this Act for such offence.

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ANNEXURE - C CHILDREN OF DEFENCE PERSONNEL A specified number of seats i.e. 5% of the intake capacity, subject to a maximum of 5 seats in each Government/ Municipal Corporation /Government Aided Medical, Dental/ Ayurved ,Unani Colleges and some allied Health Science courses are reserved for children of Defence Service Personnel and Ex-Defence personnel, including those permanently disabled or killed in action. The ratio of these seats between Ex-defence and In-service Defence personnel is as given below. Total seats in Defence Quota Distribution 5

4

3

2

1

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3

2

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1

1

0

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0

1). DEFENCE CATEGORIES (a) Def1 - For a son/daughter/spouse of an Ex-defence service personnel, domiciled in the state of Maharashtra. (b) Def2 - For a son/daughter/spouse of Active defence service personnel domiciled in the state of Maharashtra. (c) Def3 - For a son/daughter/spouse of Active defence service personnel, transferred to Maharashtra State from out-side Maharashtra, who is not domicile of the State of Maharashtra. 2). For selection against Def-1 & Def-2 seats following conditions will apply; a)

To be eligible for such a seat, a candidate must be a son/daughter/spouse of a person who has been a member of the Armed Forces of India and who has put in at least 5 years’ active service and has been subject to Indian Army Act, Indian Navy Act or Indian Air Force Act; and includes an ex-serviceman who has retired from such service or was permanently disabled/killed in action. A candidate claiming a seat under Defence category will be required to produce a certificate from an Appropriate Authority, who is authorized to issue such certificate/Zilla Sainik Board in the State of Maharashtra certifying the same.

b) However, the condition of minimum active service for five years will stand relaxed in case of Defence service person who has been permanently disabled or killed in action. The exception is admissible subject to production of a certificate from Zilla Sainik Board in the State of Maharashtra certifying permanent disability/death of such Defence Service person. c)

To be eligible for seat in Def-1 & Def-2 category candidate should produce following certificates, i) Certificate mentioning that his / her parent who is/was defence personnel ii) Domicile certificate of the parent stating that he/she is domicile in the State of Maharashtra. The domicile certificate should be obtained from District Magistrate/Metropolitan Magistrate/ Addl. District Magistrate or Tehsildar.

d) Candidates belonging Def-1 & Def-2 category shall be considered eligible for admission even if they have passed SSC and /or HSC examination from outside Maharashtra State. 3). For selection against Def.-3 category following conditions shall apply:(a) The concerned Defence Service person who is not domicile of the State of Maharashtra and who has been transferred in public interest to Maharashtra State, prior to the last date for filling up of Preference Form. (b) The concerned Defence Service person ought to be working as on the last date of filling of Preference Form, at a place within the jurisdiction of the concerned regional area in Maharashtra in which the candidate is seeking a seat. (c) The candidate ought to have appeared and passed the qualifying examination. (d) The candidate is required to attach necessary and sufficient proof to fulfill above conditions and a certificate in proforma issued by appropriate authority who is authorized to issue such certificate. Note: The specified reservation for children of defence personel is not applicable to the civilian staff staff working in the Indian Army, Navy & Air Force. .

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Health Science PROFORMA (For Def-1, Def-2 Candidates)

CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Shri. / Smt. ............................................................................................................................., (Full Name of the Employee with Rank of the employee)

is / has been a member of Defence Forces of India. He / She has put in .......................................... years of service in Indian Army / Indian Navy / Indian Air Force from ................................... to ................................ and is currently working / retired from services on .................................. / permanently disabled since .......................................... / killed in action on ........................................................... This

certificate

is

issued

for

the

purpose

of

his

/

her

son

/

daughter

/

spouse

.............................................................................s' admission to First Year in Health Science Courses for the academic year 2012-2013. Date : Place : (Signature) Name and Designation of the Authority (who is authorized to issue such certificate) / District Sainik Welfare Officer Seal of the Office Note: This proforma is not valid for civilian staff working in the Indian Army, Navy & Air Force. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

PROFORMA (For Def-3 Candidates) (For son/daughter/spouse of Active defence service personnel not domiciled in Maharashtra State)

CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Shri. / Smt. ........................................................................................................................ is a member of (Full Name of the Employee with Rank of the employee) Defence Forces of India, and is currently working in Indian Army / Indian Navy / Indian Air Force. Shri / Smt. .............................................................................. is transferred to ............................................................................. (Place of posting) in Maharashtra State vide transfer order No. ............................................................ Date .................................... He / She has joined duty in Maharashtra on ........................................ . and is currently working in the same post. (Date of Joining) This certificate is issued for the purpose of his / her son / daughter/spouse ................................................................................... admission to First Year in Health Science Courses for the academic year 2012-2013. Date : Place : (Signature) Name and Designation of the Authority (who is authorized to issue such certificate) Seal of the Office Note: This proforma is not valid for civilian staff working in the Indian Army, Navy & Air Force.

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ANNEXURE - D PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED (PH) 1) As per Graduate Medical Education Regulation 1997 and Amendment Notification No. MCI34(41)/2008-Med./ 54469 Dated 25th March 2009, and MCI guidelines letter No.MCI-34(1)/2003Med/11773, dated 14/7/2003 following is the criteria for reservation under Physically Handicapped Category. “3% seats of the annual sanctioned intake capacity shall be filled up by candidates with locomotory disability of lower limbs between 50% to 70%. Provided that in case any seat in this 3% quota remains unfilled on account of unavailability of candidates with locomotory disability of lower limbs between 50% to 70% then any such unfilled seat in this 3% quota shall be filled up by persons with locomotory disability of lower limbs between 40% to 50% - before they are included in the annual sanctioned seats for State Quota candidates. Provided further that this entire exercise shall be completed by each medical college/institution as per the statutory time schedule for admissions and in no case any admission will be made in the Medical course after 30st of September� 2) The Candidate with a disability more than 70% will not be eligible for admission to Health Sciences Courses. No other disability shall be allowed as per the MCI regulations. However, such a candidate will be required to undergo medical examination by a Special Medical Board constituted for this purpose by the Competent Authority. The Special Medical Board will acertain and certify the disability and will also acertain and certify that he/she is physically fit to undergo the course dispite the disability. 3) Verification of the disability will be carried out by Special Medical Board constituted for this purpose by Competent Authority and decision of the Special Medical Board will be final. The date and place of Special Medical Board shall be communicated by the way of notification.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PROFORMA OF CERTIFICATE FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED (PH) This is to certify that after clinical examination, it has been found that Mr./Miss. .................................................. ............................................ who desires to pursue Health Science Courses in Government/ Municipal Corporation/ Govt. Aided Colleges of Maharashtra for the year 2012-2013 for claiming the benefit of seat reserved for Physically handicapped persons is an individual with ................................................ percent permanent/ partial disability pertaining to locomotory disorder of the lower limbs. It is also certified that he/she fulfills the following criteria: (1) Absence of any incapacitating and /or progressive systemic disease/disorder/condition. (2) Absence of any disability of upper limb/s. (3) Absence of any major visual/ auditory disability. (4) Absence of psychosis/neurosis/mental retardation. (5) Ability to maintain erect posture. (6) Reasonable manual dexterity. It is further certified that he/she is medically fit to undergo the professional training course, inspite of his/her physical disability being diagnosed as ......................................................................................................... Place :

Signature :

Date :

Name

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ANNEXURE-E MAHARASHTRA-KARNATAKA DISPUTED BORDER AREA (MKB) RESERVATION Eight seats in Government Medical Colleges, two seats in Government Dental Colleges and five seats in Government and Govt. aided Ayurvedic Colleges in Maharashtra are reserved for the candidates belonging to Maharashtra-Karnataka Disputed border area on the following conditions: a) The candidate must be a domicile of place situated in the areas as specified in the list given below, and produce a domicile certificate from the District Collector accordingly. b) He should have passed SSC (or equivalent) and/or HSC (or equivalent) examination from an Institution situated in the border area. The candidate must produce a certificate from the Principal/Head-Master of the College/School stating that candidate has passed SSC/HSC (or equivalent) examination from the Institution. c) Mother tongue of the candidate must be Marathi. The candidate must produce a certificate from the Principal/Head-Master of the School from which he/she has passed the SSC (or equivalent) examination, stating that the candidate’s mother tongue is Marathi as per the original school record. Districts, Talukas amd villages included under MKB are available at website of DMER. i.e. www.dmer.org

ANNEXURE - F HILLY AREA (HA) RESERVATION As per G.R. No.MED-1003/CR 641/03/Edu-2, dated 16/3/2004, 3% seats at Govt. / Municipal Corporation Medical colleges are reserved for the candidates from Hilly areas. In accordance with G.R. issued by the Govt. of Maharashtra MED Dept. G.R. No. MED-1002/3852/CR617/02/Edu-2, dated 17/4/2003 and resolutions issued by Govt. of Maharashtra from time to time, the candidates claiming seat under HA claim should satisfy following criteria to be eligible: i) Domicile Certificate of the parent stating that he/she is domicile in the village declared as a Hilly area specified in the Table for the respective Regions (Rest of Maharashtra/Vidarbha /Marathwada). The said certificate should be obtained from the concerned Revenue Department officer (Tehsildar and Above). ii) To avail the benefit of HA claim, the candidate must appear at MHT-CET-2012 examination. iii) The Competent Authority shall select the candidates claiming HA, on the basis of their Merit at MHTCET-2012 examination. iv) The constitutional reservation is provided under these HA claim seats. v) The candidate should pass SSC/HSC (or equivalent) examination from School/Junior College situated in the hilly area of his/her parents domicile or if not so, at the most, from a School/Junior College situated in the taluka of his/her parent's domicile. The Hilly areas belonging to all the three regions (Rest of Maharashtra, Vidarbha, Marathwada) in Maharashtra state are available at website of DMER i.e.www.dmer.org.

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ANNEXURE - G ADDITIONAL WEIGHTAGE CLAIM Benefit of additional marks is restricted to 1% of maximum obtainable marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology at the MHT-CET2012 i. e. 2 marks per category and/or 2 marks per sports/game as stated bellow, subject to the condition that the total number of additional marks under all the headings together, for consideration of weightage shall be limited to a maximum of 4% of maximum obtainable marks at the MHT-CET-2012 i.e. 8 marks. The certificate/s required for additional weightage claim must reach to the Competent Authority at Mumbai on or before the notified date, failing which the claim will not be granted. 1.

SPORTS A candidate claiming the benefit of representing his/her Institution and actually participating in an inter-Institutional tournament/competition organized at State/National level between the period of his/her passing of SSC (or equivalent) examination and HSC (or equivalent) examination, in any of the following games will be given additional marks (2 marks per sports/game as listed bellow) as specified, provided he/she is, a) Member of the team that participated in the tournament and won the finals. and /or b) Winner of the Championship in games where there is individual participation. For the claim of above weightage, a certificate from the organizers and from the Director of Sports, Pune or an Officer not below the rank of Under Secretary to Government of India who is authorized to issue such a certificate, should be submitted. (See the format on next page) Enumeration of games for the purpose of above weightage is as follows: Participation as a member of team / individual, who won the final in the games/sports listed below (as per Govt. Letter No.MED-1003/2108/CR-300/03/Edu-2, dated 6th June, 2003):-

1) Athletics 6) Basketball 11) Body Building 16) Football 21) Judo 26) Mallakhamb 31) Shooting Ball 36) Weight lifting 41) Cycle Polo 46) Swimming 51) Baseball 56) Kick Boxing

2) Aquatic 7) Billiards 12) Cricket 17) Fencing 22) Karate 27) Powerlifting 32) Table Tennis 37) Yatching 42) Squash 47) Teniquite 52) Net Ball 57) Throw Ball

3) Archery 8) Ball-Badminton 13) Cycling 18) Gymnastics 23) Sailing 28) Rifle shooting 33) Tennis 38) Roller Skating 43) Taiquondo 48) Water Polo 53) Tug-of-war 58) Wushu

4) Atyapatya 9) Bridge 14) Carrom 19) Handball 24) Kho-Kho 29) Ring Tennis 34) Volley Ball 39) Rowing 44) Tennis Ball Cricket 49) Water Diving 54) Yoga

5) Badminton 10) Boxing 15) Chess 20) Hockey 25) Kenoying-Kayaking 30) Soft Ball 35) Wrestling 40) Hand Gliding 45) Contract Bridge 50) Kabaddi/Hu-Tu-Tu. 55) Cross Country

Separate certificate for each event is necessary. 2.

HYDERABAD / GOA LIBERATION MOVEMENT PARTICIPANTS (HGL) CATEGORY: 1% i.e 2 Addition of marks will be considered if the candidate is a son / daughter of a participant or the child of the deceased son / daughter of the participant in Hyderabad / GOA Liberation Movement. The candidate must submit certificate from the Commissioner of Police/District Magistrate /Jail Authority, stating therein that the parent had participated in Hyderabad/Goa Liberation Movement and was imprisoned for six months or more.

3.

FREEDOM FIGHTER (FF) CATEGORY: 1% i.e 2 Addition of Marks will be considered if the candidate is a son/daughter of a Freedom Fighter or the child of deceased son/daughter of the freedom fighter. The candidate must submit certificate from the District Magistrate of the District in which the Freedom Fighter was sentenced to jail or has suffered in any other manner as mentioned in paragraph 4, Appendix (A) accompanying Government Resolution, Education and Social Welfare Department, No MIS-1465/R dated 23rd November 1965. The Certificate must specify that the period of imprisonment was not less than one month; or fine of not less than Rs. 100/- or death in action; or award of Sanmanpatra.

4.

NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC) CATEGORY: 1% i.e 2 Addition of marks will be considered, if a candidate has been a member of the NCC during the period between his passing SSC (or equivalent) and HSC (or equivalent) examination; and is in possession of ‘B’ Certificate subject to the candidate having either represented the State at All India Level or put in two years in NCC with at least 70% attendance The Candidate must directly submit attested photocopies of the certificate(s) from concerned authority, in support of the claim, on or before the notified date, to the Competent Authority, failing which, the claim for additional weightage will not be granted.

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FORMAT OF CERTIFICATE FOR PARTICIPATION IN STATE / NATIONAL LEVEL SPORTS / GAMES COMPETITION Certified that Shri /Shrimati/Kum ...................................................................................................... (Name in full)

was a student of .................................................................................................................................. (Name of the Jr.College/Higher Secondary School)

*a) represented his/ her institution by actually participating in the team event as a member of the ................................ team, Which won in the finals against the team of .............................................. (Name of team event)

(Name of opponent team)

*b) participated as individual and was declared winner of the championship in ..................... ........................................................................against Shri/Smt/Kum ................................................ (Name of game in which participated as individual)

(Name of the opponent)

in an inter institutional competition organized at State/National level at ............................. between ............................... in the month of ............................... which was during the period after his/her passing the SSC (or its equivalent examination) and before the qualifying examination i.e. HSC (or its equivalent) examination.

Date : Signature & Seal of Director of Sports Govt. of Maharashtra * Strike out whichever is not applicable. Note: For additional weightage claim in sports category, candidate must submit certificate issued by the Director of Sports, Govt. of Maharashtra/Under Secretary to Govt. of India, Ministary of Sports,, in the above stated format. Any other certificate will not be considered for the claim of additional weightage claim in sports category.

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ANNEXURE - H PROFORMA FOR

NON-CREAMY LAYER CERTIFICATE

ifjf'k"V & d Form of Certificate to be produced by Other Backward Classes, Vimukta Jati (A), Nomadic Tribes (B, C, D) and Special Backward Category and its synonyms belonging to the State of Maharashtra alongwith Non Creamy Layer Status.

PART - A Documents Verified: 1) 2) 3) 4) This is to certify that Shri/Shrimati/Kumari ...................................................... son/daughter of ......................................................................... of Village ......................... Taluka ............................, District ..................................... of the State of Maharashtra belongs to the ............................................ Caste/Community/Tribe which is recognised as a Other Backward Class/ Vimukta Jati(A)/Nomadic Tribe (B,C, D)/ Special Backward Category under the Government Resolution No. ....................... dated ....................... as amended from time to time. 2.

Shri/Shrimati/Kumari ..................................................... and/or his/her family ordinarily reside(s) in

village ......................, Taluka........................., District ............... of the State of Maharashtra. 3.

This is to certify that he/she does not belong to the persons/sections (Creamy Layer) mentioned in

the Government of Maharashtra Gazette, Part-IV-B, dated 29th January 2004, Maharashtra State Public Service (Reservation for S.C./S..T./D.T. (V.J.), N.T., S.B.C. & O.B.C. Act, 2001 and instruction and guidelines laid down in the Government Resolution, Social Justice, Cultural Affairs and Sports & Special Assistance Department No. CBC.1094/CR-86/BCW-V, dated 16th June 1994 and Government Resolution No. CBC.10/2001/CR-111/BCW-V, dated 29th May 2003 as amended from time to time. 4.

This Certificate is valid for the period upto 31/3/.............. from the date of issue.

Sr. No. ..............................................

Signature : ......................................

Place :. ..............................................

Designation : ................................... (with seal of office)

Dated : .................... Please delete the words which are not applicable Please quote the name of department and specific number and date of Resolution under which the caste/community/tribe has been recognised as O.B.C., V.J., N.T., of S.B.C. by the Government of Maharashtra. Note:- The term "Ordinarily reside(s)" used here will have the same meaning as in Section 20 of the Representation of the Peoples Act, 1950

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ANNEXURE - I MEDICAL FITNESS A candidate must be medically fit to undergo the professional course applied for. The medical fitness must be certified by a Registered Medical Practitioner in the prescribed proforma, as given below on a Letterhead :

CERTIFICATE OF MEDICAL FITNESS This

is

to

certify

that

I

have

conducted

clinical

examination

of

Mr./Ms

.............................................................. who is desirous of admission to Health Science Courses. He/she has not given any personal history of any disease incapacitating him/her to undergo the professional course. Also, on clinical examination it has been found that he/she is medically fit to undergo the professional course. Certified that he/she fulfills the following criteria. (1) Absence of any incapacitating and /or progressive systemic disease/disorder/condition, (2) Absence of any disability of upper limb/s. (3) Absence of any major visual/ auditory disability. (4) Absence of psychosis/neurosis/mental retardation, (5) Ability to maintain erect posture, (6) Reasonable manual dexterity. Though, following deviations have been revealed, in my opinion, these are not impediments to pursue a career as a Medical / Dental / Ayurved / Unani / Occupational Therapy / Physiotherapy / Audiology & Speech, Language Pathology / Prosthetics & Orthotics / BSc Nursing. (Strike, which is not applicable): 1. ................................................................................................................... 2. ................................................................................................................... 3. ................................................................................................................... Address of the Registered Medical Practitioner

Signature Name Registration No. Seal of Registered Medical Practitioner

Date :

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ANNEXURE - J Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University, Nagpur 1. Introduction: The Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University, Nagpur has been constituted under section XVII of the Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University, Act 1998. In exercise of the powers conferred upon the University vide provision in Section 5 of the said Act, rules and regulations for admission to B.V.Sc. and A.H. degree programme have been formulated by the Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University, Nagpur.

2. Details of Institutions for B.V.Sc. & A.H. Degree Programme a. b. c. d. e.

Nagpur Veterinary College, Nagpur Bombay Veterinary College, Parel, Mumbai College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Parbhani College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Udgir, Dist. Latur. Krantisinh Nana Patil College of Veterinary Science, Shirwal, Dist. Satara. The degree course has duration of 5 years comprising of 10 semesters including internship programme.

3. Eligibility I.

Age & Qualifications: a) Age: Candidate should complete 17 years on or before 31st December 2012. b) Qualifications: i. Passed XII std in 10+2 pattern from Maharashtra State Board of Higher Education or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English and secured minimum aggregate marks (50% for open category and 40% for reserve category) in the subject of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. However, the admission of students to B.V.Sc & A.H. courses shall be made only on the basis of his/her merit in the competitive Examination (MHTCET-2012). ii. NRI candidates studied in India shall have appeared Competitive Entrance Examination MHT CET 2012 and those educated abroad need not to clear Competitive Entrance Examination. However, students educated abroad seeking admissions must have passed the subject of Physics, Chemistry, Biology snf English upto XII Std. level with 50% marks in the individual subject. II. Out of total number of seats, 15% seats for in each Veterinary College shall be reserved and will be filled on an All India Basis through Common Entrance Examination conducted by Veterinary Council of India, New Delhi. a. Registrar, MAFSU, Nagpur vide his letter No.MAFSU/Dy.R/125/DMER/7102/12, dated 19/01/2012 has informed that Govt. of Maharashtra has decided to keep 10 seats for NRI/Foreign national students, 5 seats for Jammu and Kashmir Migrant students (i.e. wards of displaced citizens & wards of officers / staff of military & para military forces, All India Services posted to combat terrorists activities in Jammu and Kashmir) and 6 seats for Goa state students for admission to B.V.Sc. & A.H., Degree Course under Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University, Nagpur. However, the pre-requisite condition to appear for common entrance examination conducted by DMER, Mumbai (MHT-CET) has not been relaxed to the above said students except NRI/FN/PIO students educated abroad.. The merit list of MHT-CET-2012 will be utilized for admission in Veterinary Colleges in Maharashtra. Information of admission procedure and other details for B.V.Sc & A.H. degree course in Veterinary faculty will be notified separately & independently in due course of time by the Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University, Nagpur. Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination i.e. HSC (12th Std) or equivalent examination from an institution situated outside the state of Maharashtra and wish to apply for BVSc & AH should obtain the Application form and Brochure for MHT-CET-2012 and submit the completed Application form to the Divisional Authority (as per Annexure - A). However the candidates applying for the seats stated above at 3 (III) should note that, they will not be eligible Medical or other faculty admissions except Veterinary (B.V.Sc. & A.H.)

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ANNEXURE - K DISTRICT CODES District

Code

Mumbai Mumbai Sub Urban Thane Raigad Ratnagiri Sindhudurga Jalgaon Dhule Nandurbar Nashik Ahmednagar Pune Satara Sangli Kolhapur Solapur Aurangabad Jalna

District

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Code

Beed Osmanabad Nanded Parbhani Latur Hingoli Buldhana Akola Washim Amravati Yavatmal Wardha Nagpur Bhandara Gondia Chandrapur Gadchiroli Outside Maharashtra State(OMS)

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 91

ABBREVIATIONS MHT-CET : Maharashtra Health Science & Technical Common Entrance Test

ROM

: Rest of Maharashtra

AIEE

: All India Entrance Examination : Hilly Area

MUHS

: Maharashtra University of Health Science

HA

MBBS

: Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery

S.C.

: Scheduled Caste

BDS

: Bachelor of Dental Surgery

S.T.

: Scheduled Tribes

BAMS

: Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery

V.J./D.T. : Vimukta Jati/De - Notified Tribes

BHMS

: Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery

N.T.

BUMS

: Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery

OBC

: Other Backward Class

BOTh

: Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

SBC

: Special Backward Class

BPTh

: Bachelor of Physiotherapy

DEF

: Defence Category

BASLP

: Bachelor of Audiology & Speech, Language Pathology

PH

: Physically Handicapped

BP&O

: Bachelor in Prosthetics and Orthotics

MCI

: Medical Council of India

B.Sc. Nursing: Bachelor of Science Nursing

DCI

: Dental Council of India

MAFSU

: Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Science University

CCIM

: Central Council of Indian Medicine

MKB

: Maharashtra Karnataka Disputed Border Area

CCH

: Central Council of Homoeopathy

NCC

:

National Cadet Corps

INC

: Indian Nursing Council

HGL

:

Hyderabad/Goa Liberation Movement

DMER

: Directorate of Medical Education & Research.

FF

:

Freedom Fighter

DTE

: Directorate of Technical Education

GOI

: Government of India

OMS

: Outside Maharashtra State Candidate

SSC

:

Secondary School Certificate

BPMT

: Bachelor of Paramedical Technology

HSC

:

Higher Secondary School Certificate

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ANNEXURE - L DIRECTORATE OF MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, MUMBAI

MHT-CET-2012 Application for Verification of Marks Name : ............................................................................................................................................... Address of Candidate : .............................................................................................................................. (With Tel. No. /Mobile no.)

....................................................................................................................

MHT-CET Roll No. .......................................

Application Form No. ..................................................

State Merit List No............................................ Category ....................................................................... Demand Draft No....................................... Amount Rs.500/- Drawn in Favour of ‘Competent Authority, MH-CET’, Mumbai Payable at Mumbai. Name of the Bank ........................................................................................................................................ Date : Place :

Signature of Parent

Signature of the Candidate

For Office Use Only Forwarded to the Competent Authority, MHT-CET-2012, Mumbai For Necessary Action

Date & Time

Date

Signature & Seal of the Dean/Divisional Authority

Name and Signature Verifying Officer of CET cell

Name and Signature Computer Officer of CET cell

 Cut here

Acknowledgement Received Application for Verification of Marks Along with Demand Draft of Rs.500/- from Mr./Ms. ...................................................................... MHT-CET Roll No. ....................................... State Merit No. ........................... Date : Signature of Receiving Officer with Stamp

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ANNEXURE - M Instruction for Filling Application Form for MHT-CET-2012 1. 2. 3. 1. 2.

Write with a BLACK ink ballpoint pen using English Capital Letters and English numerals only. Do not make any stray mark on this form. Do not staple, pin, wrinkle, scribble, wet or fold the form as this will be scanned by the computer. Shade the appropriate oval completely like this . Do not mark the oval like this X  Please note that, no certificate (Original/Photocopy) is to be submitted along with the application form.

How to Fill the Application form 1. Name of Candidate

e.g. : Prashant Narayan Pawar, Mother’s Name : Kalpana

First Name

P R A S H A N T

Father's/Husband’s Name

N A R A Y A N

Last Name(Surname)

P A W A R

Mother's Name

K A L P A N A

2. Gender : Darken the appropriate oval. 3. Date of Birth e.g. : 13th August 1987 Date Month Year 1 3 0 8 1 9 8 7 4. Address for Correspondence - Write in CAPITAL letters. Contact Telephone Number (STD code with Telephone number.) e.g. Landline 0240-2235423 : 0 2 4 0 2 2 3 5 or Mobile : 09869545647 :

0

9

8

6

9

5

4

5

4

2

3

6

4

7

5. Place of permanent Residence: Darken the appropriate oval. Village - The area/place governed by a Grampanchayat or a group Grampanchayat Town - The area /place governed by Municipal Council (Nagar Palika / Nagar Parishad) City - The area/place governed by Municipal Corporation (Mahanagar Palika) 6. Nationality: Darken the appropriate oval. 7. Candidate is Domicile of: Darken the appropriate oval. 8. Constitutional reservations: Darken the appropriate oval. The candidate claiming constitutional reservation must submit the necessary certificates i.e. caste certificate, Caste/Tribe validity certificate from scrutiny committee and non creamy layer certificate (if applicable) at the time of filling the preference form, failing which the claim will not be granted. Candidate not claiming constitutional reservation should darken the oval for none. 9. Religion*: Darken the appropriate oval. * This information is only for statistical purpose. 10. I had appeared for MHT-CET 2009/2010/2011: If yes, darken the appropriate oval(s). 11. Signature of Candidate: The candidate should sign within the box. Signature should not touch or cross the outline of the box. 12. Photograph: Please read the instructions within the box provided for the photograph & follow them carefully. Photograph may be Color/Black-white. Cut the edges of the photograph to accommodate it within the box, if necessary. Write application form number and name of the candidate on the back side of the photograph. Do not put stamp/seal or Signature on the photograph. 13. I wish to claim reservation under: Please refer the respective information brochures & darken the appropriate oval(s). 14. Total Annual Family Income - Darken the appropriate oval. 15. Details of SSC (10th Std)/Equivalent Examination. a. SSC(10th)/equivalent passed from School situated in - Darken the appropriate oval b. Marks obtained in Mathematics in SSC/Equivalent Examination. e.g.

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Out of

1 5

0

c. Total Marks obtained in SSC/Equivalent Examination. e.g. c. Grant Total 0 6 1 1 Out of

0 7 5 0

16. Details of HSC (12th Std.)/Equivalent Examination. a. HSC(12th)/Equivalent Exam. Appeared/Passed from - Darken the appropriate oval b. Name & Address of the Institute at HSC / 12th (or equivalent exam): Write in capital letters within the box. c. District Code - Refer Annexure - K i) Write the code of the District from where the candidate has appeared / appearing for HSC exam. e.g. Aurangabad - 2 7 ii) Candidates who have passed HSC/12th (or equivalent exam) from outside Maharashtra should write the code for College outside Maharashtra State i.e. 9 1 Write telephone no. of the Junior College / School along with the STD code. 17. Details required for MHT-CET 2012 I wish to appear for the following subjects in CET:- The ovals for physics and chemistry are already darkened because these are compulsory subjects. For the remaining empty ovals, depending on your choice of the courses - Darken the appropriate oval as follows a) For Health Science - Darken only Biology oval. b) For BVSc & AH - Darken only Biology oval. c) For Pharmacy - Darken Biology and/or Mathematics oval. d) For Engineering - Darken only Mathematics. e) For all courses - Darken both Biology & Mathematics. 18. For Health Science Courses:- Please refer MHT-CET 2012 Health Science Brochure a. I want to claim exemption under: For Candidates who wish to claim an exception under rule 4.6, 4.7, or 4.8. b. I want to claim additional weightage for: Darken the appropriate oval (Refer Annexure ‘G’). c. I want to have the question paper in :- Darken only one appropriate oval. d. For B.V.Sc. & A. H. (Candidate claiming seat under 3(III) Annexure - J for B.V.Sc. & A.H. in MHT-CET 2012 Brochure) - Darken the appropriate oval. e. I want to claim specified reservation for:- Darken the appropriate oval after referring to Annexure- D for PH and Annexure-F for Hilly area of the Health Science Brochure. f. For BUMS -Candidates should have passed SSC with Urdu as a subject and should darken the appropriate oval.  Declaration (on Backside)- It must be signed by candidate, the parent / guardian and the Principal / Head Master of the College / High School from which the candidate has appeared / passed the HSC (12th) or equivalent examination or head of the institute where the form is submitted by the candidate. Please write date and place wherever indicated.

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Specimen Copy of MHT-CET-2012 front page of a Question Booklet MHT-CET-2012 Subjects: Paper I:-Physics & Chemistry Question Booklet Version

MHT-CET-2012 Roll No.

Question Booklet Sr.No.

Answer Sheet No. (Write this number on your Answer Sheet

(Write this number on your Answer Sheet)

Day and Date : Thursday, 10th May, 2012

Duration: 1 hour 30 Minutes. Total Marks : 100

This is to certify that, the entries of MHT-CET Roll No. and Answer Sheet No. have been correctly written and verified. Candidate’s Signature Invigilator’s Signature _________________________________________________________________________________ Instructions to Candidates 1. This question booklet contains 100 Objective Type Questions in the subjects of Physics (50) & Chemistry (50). 2. The question paper and OMR (Optical Mark Reader) Answer Sheet is issued separately at the start of the examination. 3. Section ‘A’ contains 50 questions in the subject of Physics, Section ‘B’ contains 50 Questions in the subject of Chemistry. 4. Choice and sequence for attempting questions will be as per the convenience of the candidate. 5. Candidate should carefully read the instructions printed on the Question Booklet and Answer Sheet and make the correct entries on the Answer Sheet. As Answer Sheets are designed to suit the OPTICAL MARK READER (OMR) SYSTEM, special care should be taken to mark the entries correctly. Special care should be taken to fill QUESTION BOOKLET VERSION, SERIAL No. and MHT-CET Roll No. accurately. The correctness of entries has to be cross-checked by the invigilators. The candidate must sign on the Answer Sheet and Question Booklet. 6. Read each question carefully. 7. Determine the correct answer from out of the four available options given for each question. 8. Fill the appropriate circle completely like this

, for answering a particular question. Mark with Black

ink ball point pen only. 9. Each answer with correct response shall be awarded one (1) mark. There is no Negative Marking. No mark shall be awarded for marking two or more answers of same question, scratching or overwriting. 10. Use of whitener or any other material to erase/hide the circle once filled is not permitted. 11. Avoid overwriting and/or striking of answers once marked. 12. Rough work should be done only on the blank space provided on the Question Booklet. Rough work should not be done on the Answer Sheet. 13. The required mathematical tables (Log etc.) will be provided along with the question booklet. 14. Immediately after the prescribed examination time is over, the Question Booklet and Answer sheet is to be returned to the invigilator. Confirm that both the candidate and invigilator have signed on question booklet and Answer sheet. 15. No candidate is allowed to leave the examination hall till the Paper gets over.

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Important Instructions - How to Mark In The ‘OMR Answersheet’ 1. Use only BLACK ink ball point pen to darken/mark the appropriate circle. 2. Mark should be dark and should completely fill the circle. 3. Mark/darken only one circle for each entry. The answer once marked is final, any change in the option once marked, done by any method, will amount to a invalid/incorrect response. 4. A lightly/faintly marked/darkened circle may also be treated as a incorrect/wrong method of marking and may not be read by the Optical Scanner. 5. Marking should only be done in the space provided. 6. Please do not fold the answer sheet and do not make any stray marks on it. Marking of Responses:There will be four answer options for each question. The candidate will indicate his/her response to the question by darkening the appropriate circle completely with BLACK ink ball point pen. For example Question No.152 in the Question Paper reads as follows:152. Coronary Arteries supply blood to the (A) Lung

(B) Brain

(C) Heart

(D) Intestine

The correct answer is ‘C’ Heart. The candidate will locate the place for response to Q.no.152 in the OMR Answer sheet and darken the circle where the option ‘C’ is printed as shown below :152.

A

B

D

Candidate should not use any other method for answering i.e. Half circle, dot. tick mark, cross etc. This may not be read by the scanner.

CHANGING AN ANSWER IS NOT ALLOWED The candidates must fully satisfy themselves about the accuracy of the answer before darkening the appropriate circle, as no change in the Answer once marked is allowed. The answer once marked is final, any change in the option once marked, done by any method, will amount to a invalid/incorrect response.

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OMR Front Side - Specimen Copy

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OMR Backside - Specimen Copy

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DIRECTORATE OF MEDICAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH, MUMBAI

MHT-CET-2012 RECEIPT-CUM-IDENTITY-CARD

Photograph of candidate attested by the Principal / Head of the institute where the candidate

Received Application Form No. .................................................................

submits the Application Form

from Mr. / Ms. ...............................................................................................................

Address of the Candidate .................................................................................................................. ........................................................................................................................................................... Name & Address of Jr. College ........................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................................................... for MHT-CET-2012 examination and admission to 1st YEAR HEALTH SCIENCE / ENGINEERING / PHARMACY COURSES for the year 2012-2013 along with combine fee for all the three brochures and one application form of Rs.700/-(Rupees Seven hundred - for open category candidates)

/ Rs.500/-

(Rupees Five hundred - for reserve category candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only).

Date : Place :

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Signature of Candidate

Signature of Receiving Clerk

Signature of Receiving Officer Seal of the College

Mandatory check list for the candidate while submitting the application form (to be verified by the receiving clerk) : Sr.No. 1 2 3. 4

Information to be verified from the application form Whether the name of the candidate is written at Sr.No. 1 Whether candidate has signed at Sr. No. 11 Whether candidate has pasted his/her Photograph Whether candidate has marked the optional subjects at Sr.No. 17

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