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April 16, 2009


B.L.D.E. University
Comprising Shri. B. M. Patil Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre,
Smt. Bangaramma Sajjan Campus, Sholapur Road,
Bijapur – 586103, Karnataka, India.
Phone: 08352 – 262770, Fax: 263303,

Constituent College
Shri B.M.Patil Medical College Hospital &
Research Centre, Bijapur
Recognised by Medical Council of India, New Delhi
Srilankan Medical Council, Srilanka


Post Graduate Medical Education Programme

1 MD 3 years
2 MS 3 years
3 Diploma 2 years


Rules of Admission
Admission will be made in accordance with the admission policy of BLDE University which has been framed as per the guidelines of MCI and UGC. 15% of the total seats are reserved for the NRI/PIO/Foreign and 5% of the total seats are reserved for Institutional Preference / In-Service and others.

Eligibility Criteria
Only those candidates who would satisfy or likely to satisfy the following relevant eligibility requirements for admission to Post Graduate courses will be considered eligible to appear for the
BLDEU-PGET-2009 and subsequently for admission to the course.

Eligibility requirements to appear for BLDEU-PGET-2009 and admission to the medical Post Graduate Diploma and Degree Courses are:-

1. The candidates seeking admission to these courses should have passed MBBS from the college recognized by Medical Council of India.

2. As per the requisitions of statuary bodies, as laid out in post graduate regulation 2000 of Medical Council of India the minimum percentage of marks in the entrance test for eligibility for admission to Post Graduate courses shall be 50 percent for candidates belonging to general category and 40 percent for the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes and other Backward classes. (as declared by Government of Karnataka from time to time).

3. The candidate should have completed the compulsory rotating internship / would be completing by 30th April 2009.

4. Foreign / PIO / NRI students need not appear for BLDEU-PGET-2009. Their admission will be based on qualifying examination marks.

The MCI norms to qualify for PGET & Admissions
Candidates seeking admission to these Post Graduate Degree courses should have passed M.B.B.S. recognised by Medical Council of India or equivalent qualification and should have obtained permanent Registration from the Medical Council of India or any of the State/ Medical council or candidate should register the same within one month from the date of admission, failing which the admission of the candidate shall be cancelled. Provided that in the case of a foreign national, the MCI may on the payment of prescribed fee for the registration, grant temporary registration for the duration of post graduate training restricted to the medical college/ institute to which the applicant is admitted for the time being exclusively for post graduate studies; provided further, that temporary registration to such foreign national shall be subjected to the condition that such person is duly registered as medical practioner in his own country from which the applicant has obtained his/her basic medical qualification and that his/her degree is recognized by the corresponding medical council or concerned authority.

If the candidate fails to fulfill the relevant eligibility requirements as mentioned above he/she will not be considered eligible for admission for Medical Postgraduate Degree and Diploma Courses even if he/she is placed in the merit list of BLDEU-PGET-2009. The candidates are advised not to submit their application forms for appearing for BLDEU-PGET 2009, if they do not fulfill any or all of the relevant eligibility requirement. Rank list/ Rank Card will be prepared only for those students who become eligible to Post Graduate Courses as per the regulation Medical Council of India.

Change of category status like SC, ST, and OBC will not be entertained mid-way during the course of BLDEU-PGET 2009. As such students are cautioned to declare their status while filling the application.

Test Center- Bijapur and Bangalore

Calendar of Events
1 Last date for downloading Applications 25th December 2008
2 Last Date to receive applications 2nd January 2009
3 Entrance Examination 16th January 2009
4 Result and Rank list Announcement 14th February 2009
5 First Round of Counseling & Admission 3rd March 2009
6 Second round of Counseling & Admission
of seats subject to vacancies
2nd April 2009
7 Commencement of Academic session 2nd May, 2009

How to apply
Application forms can be downloaded from our website. Data entry is to be made by the candidate before generating the application form. Application cannot be submitted on line.

Test Scheme
BLDEU-PGET-2009 will have the following pattern.
There will be only one test which will have 180 multiple-choice questions (MCQ).
The time allotted for the test shall be 180 minutes. The test will begin at 10:00am and end at
Candidates are required to mark their answers in an OMR (Optical Mark Reader) Answer Sheet.
Each correct answer is awarded with one mark.
There will be no negative marking.
No mark/s will be awarded for multiple marking (marking multiple responses) of any question.


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