Delhi University MD Homeopathy Entrance 2013–apply now

The Post Graduate Entrance Test PGMET(H) will be conducted by the University of Delhi on 17.11.2012 (Saturday)

  • Last date for receipt of request  for supply 22.10.2012 (Monday) of Bulletin of information By post
  • Last date of sale of Bulletin of Information 31.10.2012 (Wednesday)
  • Last date for receipt of Application Form 31.10.2012 (Wednesday)
  • Issue of Duplicate Admission Ticket 16.11.2012 (Friday)
  • Entrance Test  on 17.11.2012 (Saturday)
  • Declaration of result Tentative within 2 weeks
  • Last date for re-checking  of result One week after declaration of result 

Stipend : Nearly Rs.50,000/- month

Counseling :-

  • (i) All categories :    Delhi University Quota 20.12.2012 (Thursday) – Rank 01 to Rank 05
  • (ii) All categories :     All India Quota – Rank 01 to Rank 05
  • Commencement of session 01.01.2013 (Tuesday)
  • Close of admission 31.01.2013 (Thursday)                                        

The Entrance Test for admission to Post-graduate Degree Courses in Homoeopathic Medicine  (PGMET-H) for the following subjects will be held on 17.11.2012 at Delhi only.

Courses and seats : All seats reserved

1.  Practice of Medicine    :  2 Seats (One seat for OBC and One seat for SC)
2.  Organon of Medicine & Homoeopathic Philosophy : 2 Seats (One seat for SC and One seat for OBC)

Distribution of Seats:-
50% of the total seats in Homoeopathic Post Graduate Courses as per specialty are reserved  for candidates who have passed BHMS degree from the University of Delhi and the rest 50% of the total seats are open to the candidates who have passed BHMS  degree  from other  Universities in India except Delhi University.

The application form along with Bulletin of Information may be obtained from the office of the Deputy Registrar, Faculty of Homoeopathic Medicine, 6th Floor, V.P. Chest Institute Building, University of

Delhi, Delhi- 110007, against a crossed M.I.C.R. Bank Draft/ Banker’s Cheque only drawn on  any Nationalized Bank in favour of the ‘Registrar, University of Delhi’ payable at Delhi in the following manner:-

(i) By hand for  1500/- ( One Thousand & Five Hundred Only) for  Gen/OBC Categories & 1300/- ( One Thousand & Three Hundred Only)  for SC/PH Categories between 10:00 03:00 P.M. on all working days from  01st October, 2012 to 31st October, 2012.

(ii) By post for  1550/- ( One Thousand and Five Hundred Fifty only)  for OBC Categories & 1350/- ( One Thousand & Three Hundred Fifty only) for SC/ST/PH Categories along with a self addressed envelope of 10″ X 8″ upto 22nd October, 2012.

Note:- (I)  SC/ST/PH Candidates are requested to bring/ send a copy of the Caste Certificate/PH Certificate for obtaining Bulletin of Information.

(II) For detailed information please consult the Bulletin of Information or see our website,  & .

(III)  Bulletin of Information along with application form may also be downloaded from the  website, &

(IV)  Money in cash will not be accepted in any case for supply for Bulletin of Information.

(i)  The candidate must have passed the degree of Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine & Surgery  (BHMS) from the University of Delhi, or from any other University established by law and recognized by Central Council of Homoeopathic included in the Second Schedule to the Act, after  undergoing a course of study of not less than five years and six months duration including one year compulsory internship which must be completed by 31st July, 2012 and should have  obtained permanent registration from the Board of Homoeopathic System of Medicine.

(ii) Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery (Graded Degree) or equivalent qualification in  Homoeopathy included in the Second Schedule to the Act, after undergoing a course of study of not less than two years duration.

Application form dully filled in and complete in all respects should reach the  Deputy Registrar, Faculty of  Homoeopathic Medicine, 6th Floor, V.P. Chest Institute Building, University of Delhi, Delhi- 110007 on or before 31st October, 2012 upto 05:00 P.M.

Bifurcation of the paper shall be as follows:-
Part A
Pre and Para-Clinical subjects i.e. Anatomy, Physiology and Bio-chemistry, Pathology and Microbiology, Forensic Medicine and Toxicology.

It shall contain 30 multiple choice questions of one mark each.

Part B
Clinical Subjects i.e. General Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Pediatrics, Dermatology, Venerology & Leprosy, Radio-Diagnosis, Community Medicine,Pulmonary Medicine, Psychiatry, General Surgery,Orthopaedics, Opthamology and Otorhinolaryngology.

It shall contain 30 multiple choice questions of one mark each.

Part C
Homoeopathic Materia Medica, Organon  & Homoeopathic Philosophy, Repertory.

It shall contain 60 multiple  choice questions of one mark each.

Thus the maximum marks for Parts A, B & C  shall be –

  • Part-A 30 marks.
  • Part –B  30 marks.
  • Part –C  60 marks.
  • Total – 120 marks. 

Duration :- The Duration shall be of two hours

Download application form :

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  1. Dear friends please stop posting such comments that come out of frustration.
    Think any one of you have taken up this issue with authorities.Did any one of you or any associations in Delhi give a representation to Health minister about this issue.
    What I understand is Govt is following a roaster system and this year as per that roaster all vacancies will be falling for reserved category.
    You can approach the Govt to increase no of seats for MD,or go to the court and ask the court to direct govt to increase no of seats so that General candidates can also give exam.
    There are many associations here organizing seminar business and all of you go pay money and attend those seminar,tell these organizations to to do some thing in these issues.
    There are vacancies but UPSC notification did not appear for last few years,these associations can do something to speed up this also.

    • Nobody does anything my friend….they all are corrupt and useless….if the govt is not able to provide Jobs than Homeopathy should be banned in India.Most of the homoeopaths are compelled to work in KPO and BPO due to no jobs.and there are a lot of Homoeopathic charitables in each and every street of India that is aggrevating the problem…..

  2. This is really unjustisful and shameful. This is an unethical act/policy of Delhi University like iconic University. How may these un-sensible University people may take such decisions for the General Category BHMS graduates? Shameful…Shame…Shame…!!

  3. derz no seat for GENERAL/// why so????? itz highly shocking!!! are we having no right or not eligible for dis?? are we not working hard for our pathy? RESPECTED GOVERNMENT,,,,,,DISCRIMINATE in the level of divine KNOWLEDGE and skill for well being of human ,,not by HUMAN MADE CATEGORY,,or let our country falling day by day,,,, n if we dont discriminate between or any while giving them MEDICAL TREATMENT ,,then y dis happenng when we take education for this vry holy work,,,,, ??????????????????????????????????????

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