With reference to our advertisement placed in The Times of India (New Delhi) and The Hindu on 21 st April, 2011 regarding admission into vacant seats of various Postgraduate Medical courses conducted by Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences. This is to inform all the candidates who had submitted their application on or before 29th April, 2011 and have passed their MBBS course from a Medical College recognized by Medical Council of India are directed to report in person, on 7th May, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. at the Office of Controller of Examination, HIHT University for allotment of seats. The vacant seats would be filled on the basis of meritcum-choice.
Candidates are required to bring the following documents, in original, along with 2 sets of attested copies of the same:
1. MBBS degree/Provisional passing certificate.
2. Mark sheets of MBBS examinations.
3. Internship completion certificate/certificate from the head of the institution that the candidate will be completing the internship by 31stMarch, 2011.
4. Valid permanent/provisional registration certificate issued by MCI/State Medical Council.
5. High School/Higher Secondary certificate in proof of age.
6. Recent Character Certificate from the head of the institution last attended/ or from a Gazetted Officer.
7. Affidavit against ragging from Candidate and parent as per appendix-III A & III B.
(Note : The above undertaking is to be given on a notarized stamp paper of Rs 10/-)
Candidates who will be allotted seats are required to deposit at least 25 % of the course fee on 7th May, 2011. The draft/cheque be made in favor of “HIHT University,” payable at State Bank of India (Bank Code No. 10580), Jolly Grant, Dehradun. Admission shall be strictly provisional and is subject to approval of Medical Council of India.
For details visit: http://www.hihtuniversity.org
The HIHT University has been established under the aegis of the Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust, which is the sponsoring society of the University. In 1989, the founder, Shri Swami Rama after returning from the United States, started purchasing land for his dream project in the foothills of the Himalayas in the district of Dehradun.
Starting with a small OPD in 1989, a 250 bed hospital began functioning in 1994. Soon therefore, the construction of a medical college began. On the recommendation of the Medical Council of India, the Govt. of India granted permission to start the medical college in 1995. In the year 2000, the college was recognized for the graduate (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) programme. The College started Postgraduate programmes in various specialities in 2001, with the prior approval of the Medical Council of India and Govt. of India. These postgraduate programmes got final recognition from the Medical Council of India in 2004.