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RASHTRASANT TUKADOJIMAHARAJ NAGPURUNIVERSITY, NAGPURNAGPUR UNIVERSITYORDINANCE BOOKEDITION 2003

RASHTRASANT TUKADOJI MAHARAJ NAGPUR UNIVERSITY, NAGPURRASHTRASANT TUKADOJI MAHARAJNAGPUR UNIVERFSITY ORDINANCE BOOK(SUPPLEMENTARY PAGES)EDITION 2003

RASHTRASANT TUKADOJI MAHARAJNAGPUR UNIVERSITY, NAGPURI N D E XS.N.ORDINANCENO. & YEARSHORT TITLE OR SUBJECT OFORDINANCEPAGENO.1121/200334122/2003Examination leading to the P.G. degree in thefaculty of Ayurvedic 200399/2003Examination leading to the degree of ok M%e;Lukrd (Bachelor of Arts).Examination leading to the Post GraduateDiploma in Panchayat Raj Administration inthe faculty of social science.Examination leading to the degree of ok M%e;Lukrd (Master of Arts)Examination leading to the degree of Bachelorof Textile Design (B.T.D.) in the Faculty ofHome Science.Examination leading to the degree of Bachelorof Printing Design (B.P.D.) in the Faculty ofHome Science.Examination leading to the degree of Bachelorof Fashion Design (B.F.D.) in the Faculty ofHome Science.Examination leading to the Degree of Bachelorof Cosmetic Technology in the faculty of HomeScience.1010/2003Examination leading to the Post GraduateDegree of Master of Cosmetic Technology inthe faculty of Home Science.431111/2003Examination leading to the degree of Bachelorof Interior Design in the faculty of Homescience.49Examination Leading to the Degree of Masterof Arts(M.A.)161718242934

1212/2003Bachelor of Hotel Management & CateringTechnology in the Faculty of Home Science.581313/2003Post Graduate Degree in the Faculty ofModern Medicine (Occupational Therapy)631414/2003Post Graduate Degree in the Faculty ofModern Medicine (Physiotherapy)671515/2003Degree of Master of Hospitality Managementin the Faculty of Home Science.721616/2003Degree of Master of Science (Home Science) inthe Faculty of Home Science.731717/2003Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Laws &Information Technology (PGDCLIT) in theFaculty of Law.871818/2003Post Graduate Diploma in Consumer Law(PGDCL) in the Faculty of Law.901919/2003Post Graduate Diploma in Human Rights &Duties Education (PDHRDE) in the Faculty ofLaw.922020/2003Degree of Master of Human Rights & DutiesEducation (MHRDE) in the Faculty of Law.952121/2003Degree of Bachelor of Science in the Faculty ofScience.97

*ORDINANCE NO. 1 OF 2003EXAMINATIONS LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS(M.A.) (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCEWHEREAS, it is expedient to amend the ordinance No. 36, relating toexamination leading to the degree of Master of Arts (M.A.) (Linguistics) in the Faculty ofArts for the purposes hereinafter appearing the Management Council is hereby pleased tomake the following Ordinance :1.This ordinance may be called “Examinations leading to the degree of Master ofArts (M.A.) in the faculty of Arts (amendment) ordinance”.2.This ordinance shall come into force from the date of its approval by theManagement Council.3.In para 27 of Appendix ‘A’ of ordinanceNo. 36,i.e.Examinations leading to the degree of Master of Arts (M.A.) the followingscheme of M.A. Part II (Linguistics) which is as under i.e. –MaximumMarksAPaper IVSections I & II(50 marks each)ORBPaper IV(I,II & III100 marks each)400MinimumMarksAggregateMarksIn Part-I &Part-IIMinimumPass MarksIn Part-I &Part-II800280144be replaced by the following i.e.“I to IV papers of100 Marks each400144800288Object and Reasons of amendmentKeeping in view the modern trends of the discipline and the Daga CommitteeReport appointed by the Senate regarding upgrading the syllabus to help the studentscope with the global developments in the field. Hence, the Amendment.*Accepted by the Management Council on 29-1-2003, vide item No. 10, under the draftordinance No.1 of 2002.

-2-*ORDINANCE NO. 2 OF 2003EXAMINATION LEADING TO POST GRADUATE DEGREE ¼LukrdksRrjinoh½ IN THE FACULTY OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE ORDINANCE, 2003Whereas, it is expedient to prepare new ordinance provided Examinations leadingto the Post-graduate degree in the faculty of Ayurvedic Medicine for the purposeshereinafter appearing the Management Council is hereby pleased to make the followingOrdinance :1.This Ordinance may be called “Examination leading to the Post-graduate Degree¼LukrdksRrj inoh½ in the faculty of Ayurvedic Medicine Ordinance, 2003.2.This Ordinance shall come into force with effect from the date of its approval bythe Management Council.3.A.This Ordinance apply to all the examination leading to the Post-graduatedegree (LukrdksRrj inoh½ specified below Viz :1.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved (Siddhanta& Darshana)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼vk;qosZn fl/nkar vkf.kn'kZu½2.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved (Samhita))(vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼lafgrk½½3.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved (RachanaSharir) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼jpuk 'kjhj½4.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved (KriyaSharir)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼fdz;k 'kjhj½5.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved (DravyaGuna)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼nzO; xq.k½6.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved (RasaShastra)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼jl'kkL k½7.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved (BhaishajyaKalpana)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼HkS"kT; -------------------------------------*Accepted by Management Council on 29.1.2003 vide item No. 11 under the draftOrdinance No. 10 of 2002.

&3&Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved(Bal Roga)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼ckyjksx dkSekjHk R;½9.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved(Swastha Vritta)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼LoLFko Rr½10.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved(Kayachikitsa)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼dk;kfpfdRlk½11.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved(Rog Nidan)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼jksxfunku fod rh@foKku½12.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved(Manasroga)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼euksfoKku vkf.k ekuljksx½13.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved(Panch Karma)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼iapdeZ½14.Ayurved Vachaspati (Doctor of Medicine in Ayurved(Agad Tantra and Vyavhar Ayurved)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh¼vxnra k vkf.k O;ogkj vk;qosZn½15.Ayurved Vachaspati (Master of Surgery in Ayurved(Prasutitantra & Striroga) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼izlqrh ra k oL kh jksx½16.Ayurved Vachaspati (Master of Surgery in Ayurved(Shalya Tantra)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼'kY;ra k½17.Ayurved Vachaspati (Master of Surgery in Ayurved(Shalakyatantra)) (vk;qosZn okpLirh ¼'kkyD; ra k½8.B)Examination leading to the degrees specified in a paragraph A above shallbe held twice a year at such places and on such dates as may be directedby the Board of Examinations.C)MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTIONS :Medium of Instructions shall be Hindi, Marathi, English or Sanskrit.Preference be given to Sanskrit.4.5.ADMISSION ELIGIBILITY1.The degree in Ayurved of a University/Statutory Body included in thesecond schedule to the I.M.C.C. Act, 1970.2.Only those who have passed the subject concerned at degree level in firstattempt shall be eligible for admission.-4-MODE OF ADMISSION

6.1.There will be an admission committee constituted by the concernedUniversity/State Government.2.The selection will be made strictly on the basis of one common final merit,Index based on written test and on the tests of the following Index :a)The candidate shall not be allowed to change their subject optionin any case and it shall be declared at the time of admission.However, in special circumstances the University may allow suchchange.b)The minimum marks in the final Index for eligibility for admissionshall be 50% (40% in the case of reserved categories).c)The sponsored/deputed candidate will be required to possess thequalification essential for admission and will also be required tocomplete amongst themselves and secure minimum qualifyingIndex.d)The written test shall consist of one common written papercomprising of objective type of questions covering all the subjectsof Ayurveda the details of which shall be decided by the selectioncommittee constituted for the purpose or laid down in the rules ofthe prospectus of studies.PERIOD OF STUDY AND ATTENDANCE1.The candidates have to undergo a period of study for three years afteradmission , out of which one year shall be devoted to preliminary courseand next two years devoted to specialty course.2.The students will be required to attend atleast 75% of total lecturers,practicals and clinics separately to become eligible to appear in theexamination.3.The students will be required to attend the hospital and other duties as maybe allotted to them during the course of study. All the students will berequired to do house job duties and Clinical Registrar’s duties in theirrespective departments during preliminary and final courses respectively.

4.7.-5The students will also be required to attend special lectures,demonstrations, seminars, study tours and such activities which may bearranged by the teaching departments.5.Relaxation of first year study and appearing in preliminary Examinationshall be given to a candidate who has already obtained Post-Graduatedegree in one specialty and thereafter desires to undergo Post-graduatecourse in other specialty.6.Those who have obtained Post-graduate diploma of two years durationshall be given relaxation of first year study and appearing in preliminaryExamination but will have to pass one extra paper in ResearchMethodology and medical statistics after one year studies. Such personswill be admitted only to the subject concerned in which Post-graduatediploma has been obtained.METHOD OF TRAINING1.Intensive training will be given in classical knowledge alongwithcomparative and critical study in the respective speciality.2.The emphasis should be given on intensive training and not in didacticlectures.3.The candidates are required to know about the method and technique ofresearch work done in the respective fields.1.The training requires in such a pattern so as to give graded responsibilityin management and treatment of patients entrusted to his care and to dealwithemergencies.5.The candidate should be required to participate in the teaching andtraining programmes of Under-graduate students or in terms in theirsubjects.6.In the first year period, the emphasis should be given to give adequateknowledge in the applied aspects of the fundamental of all the subjects ofAyurveda and adequate training in the basic science of Ayurveda in all itsapplied and comparative aspects relevant to the speciality concerned withspecial reference to the fundamentals of Ayurveda.7.The clinical training should aim to extend the knowledge of the candidateto undertake independent work as specialist.

8.8.-6In the specialities of shalya, Shalakya and Prasuti Tantra, Practical trainingshould aim in eliciting knowledge investigating procedures, techniquesand surgical performance so that the candidate may be capable toundertake independent work in surgical procedure and their managementin the respective speciality.9.The thorough and intensive training on a planned programme should begiven to the students during all stages of the course and such programmeshould be available for the inspection and scrutiny of the Central Councilof Indian Medicine.10.Adequate training in teaching technology and research methods should beundertaken during the course of studies.DISSERTATION1.Before a candidate is allowed to undertake the work of dissertation, thetitle of the dissertation should be registered with synopsis to the Universityas early as possible but not later than the six months of admission.2.The application for registration of the title of the dissertation shall clearlymention the full title of the dissertation with a synopsis of the preparedscheme of work indicating the familiarity of the candidate with theproposed them of work and the name of the department and the name anddesignation of the guide/supervisor and co-guide.3.Once the title for dissertation is approved, the candidate will not beallowed to change the title or the proposed them of work.4.The registration of the candidate will be cancelled if the candidate fails sosubmit the title of dissertation alongwith synopsis within the specifiedperiod as mentioned above.5.No candidate shall be allowed to submit the dissertation before the expiryof one calendar year after approval of the topic, registration of the title ofthe thesis and before six months of final year. However, student willcontinue his/her regular studies in the institution after submission ofdissertation.6.The dissertation should place on record the methods and potentiality or theresearch carried out by the candidate on the problem selected by him andcompleted under the guidance of the teachers accepted by the University.7.The dissertation should consist of critical survey of relevant literature,research, results of the research discussion on the basis of existingliterature on the subject, conclusion, summary of dissertation andreferences cited in the dissertation.

8.-7There will be scrutiny committee constituted as per rules laid down by theUniversity or in the Ordinance which will scrutinize and approve the titleof the dissertation and proposed schemes of work submitted as per rules.The subject of every dissertation should be practical oriented, devoid ofunpromising specialties and should be helpful in the development ofservice of Ayurveds.9.The dissertation should ordinarily consist of 200 typed pages. Thedissertation should contain, at the end, a summary of not more that 1500words covering the conclusion drawn by the candidate.10.The guide/supervisor shall be a person of a status of a Professor/Reader orLecturer with three years teaching experience in the subject. A Professorand a Reader can register maximum two students in each academic year.A Lecturer with three years Post-graduate teaching experience can guideone candidate in each academic year.11.The dissertation must be satisfactory as regards literary presentation andsuitable for publication either as such or in an abridged form.12.Four copies of the bound thesis together with one certificate from thesupervisor must reach the office of the Controller of Examinations sixmonths before the final examination.13.The dissertation shall be assessed by four examiners appointed by theUniversity two of them will be external and two internal. One of theinternal examiners of the dissertation should be chief Supervisor underwhom the candidate has worked for the dissertation work.14.The dissertation shall only be accepted after unanimous approval by theexaminers appointed to examine its.15.If the dissertation is not accepted, it will be referred back to the candidatewith the remarks of the examiners and the candidate can resubmit thedissertation after making necessary improvement in the light of theexaminers report to the University but not beyond further period of sixmonths.16.The candidate shall be permitted to appear at 2nd examination Postgraduate degree in Ayurved consisting of theory, oral and practicalincluding clinical only after the dissertation has been approved by theexaminers appointed for the purpose.Provided that candidate may, by special permission of the ViceChancellor, be permitted to take the examination in remaining parts in

-8case the report on the thesis submitted by him/her is not received beforethe commencement of the final written examinations. In such a case, theresult of his examination shall be declared on receipt of the reports on histhesis. If the thesis of the candidate is not unanimously approved by theexaminers his appearance at the written, oral and practical examinationwill be treated as cancelled.17.9.One copy of the synopsis of the title of dissertation shall be submitted tothe Registrar, Central Council of Indian Medicine as soon as the title isapproved. One copy of the accepted dissertation be lodged in the libraryof the Central Council of Indian Medicine.EXAMINATION AND ASSESSMENTThe Post-graduate degree shall have two examinations as following :1.The preliminary examination at the end of one academic year ofadmission.2.The final examination at the end of two calender years, after the firstexamination.3.The Final Examination will be held after completing two calendar yearsafter passing preliminary examination.4.No marks will be allotted in Final year examination. Results will beannounced as passed or failed after the consideration of the resultscommittee consisting of all the examiners concerned unanimously.4A.There should be marking systems in preliminary Examination. Each paperof two section carries. 100 marks (50 marks for each section) out ofwhich a candidate have to pass jointly with 50% marks.5.Examination will ordinarily be held in the month of May-June andOctober-November every year.6.For being declared successful in the examination, the candidate shall haveto pass all the subjects separately in preliminary examination.7.A candidate need not appear in the subsequent chances in subject orsubjects if he/she has already been declared successful in the subject inpreliminary examination.8.If the candidate fails in the theory and practical of final examination, thecandidate can appear at the subsequent examination without requiring tosubmit a fresh dissertation.

9.10.11.-9The Post-graduate degree shall be conferred to the candidate after theacceptance of the dissertation and after the candidate has passed the finalexamination in the specialty by the candidate.ASSESSMENTa)The examination should be aimed to test the candidate’s clinical acumentand his ability and working knowledge in the practical aspect of thespecialty and his fitness to work independently as a specialist.b)The clinical examination should aim at a careful and searching assessmentof the competence of the candidate. His familiarity with Ayurved andscientific literature in the specialty should be judged.c)The viva-voce part of the examination should be examination should beextensive and involve the discussion on any aspect of the speciality.SUBJECTA)Preliminary Examination – The preliminary examination at the end of oneacademic year after admission shall be in the following subjects :Paper IPaper IIPaper IIIPaper IVPaper V-Research Methodology, Medical Statisticsvk;qosZfn; ekSfyd fl/nkUrjpukfdz;k 'kkjhjL; ekSfyd fl/nkaUrnzO;xq.k jl'kkL k;ks % ekSfyd fl/nkUrOptional (Branch wise) (Any one)1.funku fpfdRL;ks%ekSfyd fl/nkUrk2.'kY;&'kkykD;ks%ekSfyd fl/nkUrk%Ayurved Sidhanta, SamhitaKriya SharirSwastha VritaRognidan Vikruti VidnayanMano vidnayanAgad TantraKaya ChikitsaRachana SharirShalakyShalya

3.4.& 10 &fpfdRlk foKkuL;k/kkjHkwr%izk;ksfxd fl/nkUrk%izlqfrra k L khjksxL;%ekSdyd fl/nkUr%Dravya GunaRas ShastraBhaishajya KalpanaPanchakarmaKaumarbhrityaPrasuti Tantra & Stri RogaThe candidate shall have to undergo the training in the Departmentconcerned for the speciality opted by candidate as under :a)b)c)d)e)B.Regular clinical training in the hospital.Practical Training of research work carried out in the department.Study of literature related to speciality.Active participation in various seminars.Finalization of Topic of dissertation and synopsis thereof. Theassessment of the work done during the first year on the pointsshall be done at the time of preliminary examination.Final Examination : The examination shall consist of (I) Dissertation (ii)Written papers (iii) Clinical, Oral and Practical examination as the casemay be.There shall be four theory papers in each speciality and onpractical/clinical and viva- voce in any one of the speciality or group ofthe speciality selected by the candidate for special study.12.SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONThe scheme of the final examination followed by practical/clinical oralexamination shall be as given in the Annexure.13.CRITERIA OF EXAMINERS1.The examiners shall not be appointed for a period of more than three yearsat a time. He/She may be reappointed after an interval of two years.2.The examiner must have a teaching e

8. In the specialities of shalya, Shalakya and Prasuti Tantra, Practical training should aim in eliciting knowledge investigating procedures, techniques and surgical performance so that the candidate may be capable to undertake indepen

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