Tamil Nadu Medical Admission

Tamil Nadu Medical Admission

NATIVITY                                                                                                                                                      For more details, use our guide book

 

 i) Candidate should be a Native of Tamil Nadu

 ii) Candidates who have studied from VIII to XII standards in schools in Tamil Nadu need not enclose the “    Nativity Certificate”

 iii) Candidates who are native of TamilNadu but studied from VIII to XII Std either partly or completely in  schools situated outside Tamil Nadu should produce the “Nativity Certificate.

 iv) The Certificate of Nativity in Tamil Nadu should be issued by the competent authority only in the specified  format available in the application form and supported by a copy of Passport/ Ration Card / Birth Certificate.. If    the copy of the supporting document is not produced, then the application form will be rejected.  Nativity Certificate submitted later will be summarily rejected.

 v) Applications without a proper Nativity Certificate will not be considered.

 vi) Permanent Residence Certificate will not be accepted.  

 Note: (a) Nativity Certificate should be produced as per Instructions for Nativity Certificate

 (b) Producing false nativity certificate if detected at any time later during the course  of study will result in  expulsion of the candidate and also initiation of criminal proceedings against the candidate as well as the  Parents as per law.


AGE LIMIT

Should have completed the age of Seventeen years (17) on or before 31st December of the Year. Evidence should be produced.

 

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

 Candidates should have passed in all the subjects of the qualifying examination of the

 Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (Academic) conducted by the Tamil Nadu State Board /any other  equivalent Board in one and the same attempt in  the following group of subjects with the minimum eligible    marks.

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 (a) Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. (or)

 (b) Physics, Chemistry, Biology with any other subjects.

 Candidates who have passed the H.S.C in the Vocational Stream and private candidates are not eligible to  apply for Medical / Dental course.

 

MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY MARKS FOR MBBS

 
(i) OTHER COMMUNITIES

 

 

 (a) A minimum of 60% marks in Biology or Botany and Zoology taken together.

 (b) A minimum of 60% marks in each of the subjects of Physics and Chemistry.

 (c) Aggregate of the percentage of marks in (a) and the percentage of marks in

 (b) Should not be less than 140 out of 200 marks.
  

 (ii) BACKWARD CLASS AND BACKWARD CLASS MUSLIM

 

 (a) A minimum of 60% marks in Biology or Botany and Zoology taken together.

 (b) A minimum of 60% marks in each of the subjects of Physics and Chemistry.

 (c) Aggregate of the percentage of marks in (a) and the percentage of marks in (b) should not be less than 130  out of 200 marks.

 

 (iii) MOST BACKWARD CLASSES AND DENOTIFIED COMMUNITIES

 

 (a) A minimum of 55% marks in Biology or Botany and Zoology taken together.

 (b) A minimum of 55% marks in each of the subjects of Physics and Chemistry.

 (c) Aggregate of the percentage of marks in (a) and the percentage of marks in ( b) should not be less than 120    out of 200 marks.

 

 (iv) SCHEDULED CASTES, SCHEDULED CASTE–ARUNTHATHIYAR, SCHEDULED TRIBES

 

 (a) A minimum of 40% marks in Biology or Botany and Zoology taken together.

 (b) A minimum of 40% marks in each of the subjects of Physics and Chemistry.

 (c) Aggregate of the percentage of marks in (a) and the percentage of marks in ( b) should not be less than 80  out of 200 marks.

 

 List of Government Medical Colleges in Tamil nadu 

 

S.N. College
1 MadrasMedical College
2 StanleyMedical College
3 MaduraiMedical College
4 ThanjavurMedical College
5 KilpaukMedicalCollege
6 ChengalpattuMedical College
7 TirunelveliMedical College
8 CoimbatoreMedical College
9 MohanKumaramangalam Govt .Medical  College
10 K.A.P. Viswanatham Govt. Medical College
11 ThoothukudiMedical College
12 KanyakumariMedical College
13 TheniMedical College
14 VelloreMedical College
15 DharmapuriMedical College
16 VillupuramMedical College
17 TiruvarurMedical College

 

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India aims to have a doctor for every 1,000 people by 2031                                                                                                                                                                       Source: TOI
 
India has just one doctor for 1,700 people. In comparison, the doctor population ratio globally is 1.5:1,000. An internal note prepared by Medical Council of India's 'Undergraduate Education Working Group' said the target being put in place for India is 1 doctor for 1,000 population by 2031. 
 
The note, available with TOI, also looked at the situation in other countries. Somalia has one doctor for 10,000 population, Pakistan has one doctor for 1,923 population and Egypt has one doctor per 1,484 population. China's doctor population ratio stands at 1:1063, Korea 1:951, Brazil 1:844, Singapore 1:714, Japan 1:606, Thailand 1:500, UK 1:469, US 1:350 and Germany 1:296. 
 
The note said an in-depth analysis of the number of doctors in the country was done. The next exercise that the working group undertook was to estimate the number of doctors needed to achieve this target. The working group looked at the existing number of medical colleges, the current intake of these colleges and the critical mass of doctors that would be needed to achieve this target. 
 
Currently, there are 330 medical colleges with an intake of approximately 35,000 students. With this intake, the shortfall of doctors by 2031 is estimated to be 9.54 lakh. 
 
The note said that in view of the projected increase in population, the existing medical colleges would be unable to meet this need and the current intake of medical colleges and the critical mass of doctors needed to be at least doubled to achieve the target. 
 
The working group also looked at the problem of teacher shortage in medical colleges. India at present needs 29,400 teachers but there is a shortfall of 6,340 teachers. There will be an additional need for 35,740 teachers in India soon, the report said. 
 
According to the detailed break-up, subjects like anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, pathology, surgery, medicine and forensic medicine each need 2,000 faculty members. But almost all these departments have a current shortfall of 500-1,500 teachers. Additionally, all these departments would each need 2,100-3,500 teachers in the near future. 
 
Community medicine at present needs 2,400 teachers and has a shortfall of 500 teachers and would additionally need 2,900 teachers. 
 
Gyneacology currently requires 1,600 teachers and would need an additional 1,760 faculty members. 
 
Under short-term solutions, the committee recommended increasing the intake in existing medical colleges wherever adequate infrastructure of teachers and equipment was available. It also suggested attaching established medical colleges to district level hospitals or secondary hospitals run by government agencies. 
 
In medium-term solutions, achievable in three years, it was recommended to upgrade larger district hospitals and augment their infrastructure to become community medical colleges through public private partnership. 
 
Under long-term solutions, achievable in five years, starting new medical colleges and hospitals was recommended, preferably in states and areas underserved by doctors and medical colleges. 
 
According to a Planning Commission report, India is short of six lakh doctors, 10 lakh nurses and two lakh dental surgeons. Ironically, Indian doctors who have migrated to developed countries form nearly 5% of their medical workforce. Almost 60,000 Indian physicians are estimated to be working in countries like US, UK, Canada and Australia alone. 
 
The note was prepared by a committee including Prof George Mathew, principal, Christian Medical College; Prof Nilima Kshirsagar, former vice-chancellor of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences; Prof J M Kaul, professor of anatomy, Maulana Azad Medical College; Prof Sandeep Guleria, professor, department of surgery, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, and Brig Chander Mohan, former head of radio diagnosis at Army Hospital (Research and Referral).