SJMC MBBS Admission Entrance Test 2016
St. John’s Medical 2016 Entrance Exam 2016 – St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore
Selection process for MBBS Admission 2016 in St. John’s Medical College.
St.John’s National Academy of Health Sciences will be conduct this medical entrance exam for admission to about 60 MBBS seats during the academic session 2016 – 2017
St. John’s Medical College started in 1963 at Bangaluru (Bangalore) by the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of India, St. John’s – C.B.C.I. Society for Medical Education.
St. John’s MBBS Entrance Exam 2016 or in short SJMC MBBS Entrance 2016 is the medical entrance test which is conducted by St John’s Medical College, Bangalore.
Find Fee structure of MBBS Course offered at St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore
Important Info and Dates
MBBS ADMISSIONS PROGRAMME 2016-2017
|Application & Prospectus available||March 2016|
|Last date of submitting Applications||April 2016|
|Entrance Test||May 2016|
|Announcement of Interview List||June 2016|
|Orientation for Observers||July 2016|
|Observation Test||July 2016|
|Final Interview||July 2016|
|Announcement of Results||July 2016|
|Classes Begin||September 2016|
SJMC MBBS 2016 Admission
MBBS Admission Selection Process
1. Criteria for Selection
The application of the candidates who have been declared successful in the entrance test, will be placed in separate and individual categories specified by the management and approved by the Supreme Court. Inter se merit of the candidates within each category will be the sole criteria for selection in each category.
2. Tests and Interviews
- A limited number of candidates (approximately thrice the number to be finally admitted), chosen on the basis of their performance at the Entrance Test and other records, will be short listed intimated by about first week of July, 2015. These student will be short listed to appear at St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore around the Second week of July, 2015 for Psychological and Other Tests, and also for Interviews; the exact dates will be intimated.
- Candidates are expected to attend these Tests and Interviews at their own expense and to make their own arrangements for stay. No candidate is permitted to stay with any Staff member or student of the College, on Campus, during Tests and Interviews. It may please be noted (See 1 above) that approximately one-half of the number attending the interviews will not be admitted and must return home.
A Commitment to Serving in “Medically Underserved” Areas
In pursuance of a decision of the Governing Board of the C.B.C.I. Society for Medical Education, training and an intensive orientation towards the requirement of Community Health, particularly Rural is given in the college. As a condition for admission, candidates called for the final Interview and psychological tests and are selected to join the course, are required to execute a bond to serve in a rural area, or in any medically underserved urban and rural community health centre, anywhere in India, designated by the Governing Board, for a specified period as soon as the selection list is announced. Those who fail to fulfill the Rural Bond requirement will have to pay the penalty as decided by the Governing Board from time to time.
When they come for the Interview candidates are required to bring with them:
- A proof to indicate that the Bond (see para (3) above) will be executed within a day of announcement of the Selection List.
- The Following Certificates have to be in Original and one set of copies.
- Birth/Baptism Certificate
- Qualifying exam marks sheet
- Domicile (if from Karnataka)
- Conduct & Character certificate from the Head of the Institution where the candidate underwent training for the qualifying examination.
- Caste (if SC/ST/BC) of Karnataka/other States
- Physical Fitness
- If foreign Student:
- Permission from Government of India
Candidates invited for the Interview and final test in Bangalore should inform the Registrar whether or not they plan to appear for the Test and Interview.
17. Announcement of Results
The Observation, Psychological & other Tests, and Interviews, will be completed within 5 days, and the results of the final selection will be put up on Notice Boards in the College, Admission Office & Hospital as per the schedule listed in the M.B.B.S. calendar. The admission will be subject to test for physical fitness which will be conducted by a Medical Board of the College. These tests will be decisive and final, regardless of any discrepancy between them and other certificates produced by the candidate.
18. Registration for Admission of Selected Candidates
- Candidates who are thus finally selected for admission, will be required to first submit the Rural Service Bond duly executed (see (3) above) and deposit within the time announced on the notification of selection, a letter of acceptance at the College Office, along with the College deposits and fees for the first term, in cash, or by draft drawn in favour of “St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore” to be deposited in the Bank of Baroda Branch in the Campus. Failure to comply with this requirement will result in cancellation of the admission.
- Classes will commence as per the schedule of Rajiv Gandhi University. Admitted candidates must attend the classes from the opening day.
19. Important Note
Registration to the course is provisional until the University declares the candidate is eligible.
- Transfer Certificate:This must be furnished within one month of the notification of admission. The students must arrange to have it sent directly to the Dean by the Principal of the Institution last attended.The Transfer Certificate, in addition to giving the usual particulars, should include the following from their respective Colleges:
- Non-debarred certificate:Whether or not the student has been debarred, rusticated or otherwise disqualified from continuing his/her studies by the P.U.E Board or other body for any malpractice at any public Examination, or for any other kind of behaviour.
- No Dues Certificate
Whether or not student owes any amount to the Institution.
- Migration CertificateStudents other than those from Karnataka must produce a migration certificate.
ST. JOHN’S MEDICAL COLLEGE
Fee Chart – MBBS 2015
|Fee at Admission||Amount (Rs.)|
|Health Check up||200.00|
|Hepatitis – B Immunization||500.00|
|Conference & Seminar Fund||100.00|
|Rural Orientation Programme||2,000.00|
|Alumni Association Membership||2,000.00|
|Staff Benefit Fund||2,000.00|
|Refundable Deposits||Amount (Rs.)|
|Caution Deposit – Indian||10,000.00|
|Caution Deposit – Foreigner||20,000.00|
|Term Fee||Amount (Rs.)|
|Pract. Records, Lab fee, Stationery (1st & 2nd term)||1,000.00|
|Pract. Records, Lab fee, Stationery (3rd &5th term)||500.00|
|Microscope Fee (1st to 5th term)||500.00|
|University Exam Expenditure||1,500.00|
|Sports / Extra Curricular Activities||1,000.00|
|Medical Education Cell||500.00|
|Students Health Scheme||1,500.00|
|Students Aid Fund||250.00|
|Language Classes (1st & 2nd Terms – Kannada)||200.00|
|Value Education Activities 1st & 2nd term||1,000.00|
|Value Education Activities
(Catholic Only) 3rd term onwards
|Examination/Paper Expenditure (2nd term Onwards)||500.00|
|Medico Autopsy Charges (3rd,4th& 5th term)||200.00|
|CHAP Programme (7th term only)||1,500.00|
|Hospital Charges (3rd term only)||500.00|
|Community Medicine Programme (4th & 6th term)||500.00|
|Registration, Recgn Charges to Public Bodies||3,500.00|
|MCI Inspection Charge||3,500.00|
|Students Welfare fee (A,B,C&D Hostelite)||1,000.00|
|Personality Development Programme||500.00|
|a) Students’ Association Subscription||175.00|
|b) Cultural Fee / Souvenir||130.00|
|c) Fellowship Dinner (Except 9th Term)||250.00|
|d) Magazine Fee||100.00|
|e) Inter Medical Sports (2nd Term Onwards)||150.00|
|UNIVERSITY FEE AT ADMISSION|
|R.G.U. Admission Fee:|
|b) NRI / SAARC National||3,000.00|
|c) Foreign National Other than SAARC||$150.00|
|R.G.U. Registration Fee:|
|b) NRI / SAARC National||5,000.00|
|c) Foreign National Other than SAARC||$150.00|
|R.G.U. Eligibility Fee (Non-Karnataka Student):|
|b) NRI/SAARC Student(Other than India)||10,000.00|
|c) Foreign National Other than SAARC||$600.00|
|R.G.U Sports Fee (in lumpsum) 200 x 5||1,000.00|
|R.G.U Students Welfare Fund (in lumpsum) 100 x 5||500.00|
|R.G.U Helinet Fee (in lumpsum) 1000 x 5||5,000.00|
|RGU Helinet Registration fee||100.00|
|Youth Red Cross||50.00|
|Teachers’ Day Flag (per annum)||45.00|
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