Online applications can be submitted till 5pm on January 10 for admission to the Doctor of Medicine (MD) courses at the Government Homoeopathic Medical Colleges in Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode. The applications have to be submitted on the website https://cee.kerala.gov.in/.
The application fee is Rs 900. The fee is Rs 450 for candidates in Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe category. This can be paid online, or as e-challan at the head post office. Along with the online application, photo, signature and the required documents have to be uploaded. The copy of the application need not be sent to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations.
But service quota candidates should submit the copy of the application, the superior's permission letter and all necessary certificates to the principal of the Government Homoeopathic Medical College in Thiruvananthapuram before 1pm on January 11.
Applicants should have passed Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) and qualified in the All-India AYUSH Post Graduate Entrance Test (AIAPGET- 2022). Indian nationals of Kerala origin and those who have studied in the homoeopathy colleges in Kerala would be considered as Keralites.
The course duration is three years, including one year of house job. Materia Medica, Homoeopathic Philosophy, Repertory, and Practice of Medicine are the four subjects. There are a total of 58 seats across both colleges. Of this, nine seats are in the all-India quota. The remaining 49 seats are part of this admission.
The annual tuition fee of Rs 10,500 is exclusive of other fees. Students belonging to eligible categories will get fee concessions. All students will also get a monthly stipend at a rate fixed by the government. Hostel facilities will be provided, subject to availability.
Service quota candidates should check prospectus for details on specific terms and conditions.
The detailed notification and prospectus are available on the website https://cee.kerala.gov.in/, under the 'PG Homoeopathy 2022' link.
Helpline number: 0471 - 2525300
No upper-age limit
Currently, there is no upper age limit for admission.
The prospectus (paragraph 4A) states that the candidates must have completed a one-year rotating internship before the date of the counselling. But the government, as per an order dated December 29, has revised this, specifying that the internship should be completed before December 31, 2022. The government, via the same order, has also revised the terms in section 4B of the prospectus with regard to the age limit.