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EXAMINATIONS

The examinations to the candidates of Para Medical courses shall be conducted by the Para Medical Board. The Board examinations shall be conducted in accordance with the scheme of examination drawn for each subject.

There shall be two examinations in a year, i.e., Annual and Supplementary Examinations and shall be conducted by the Para Medical Board. Regular Internal assessment will be conducted by the concerned colleges. The Board examinations shall consist of written, practical and viva examinations as specified in the scheme of examination prescribed for each course.

The internal assessment must be conducted by the concerned colleges at least twice in a year and the marks list containing the average of these two internal assessment shall be submitted to the Board well before the commencement of the Board examination by the Principal of the concerned college. Internal marks received after the stipulated date will not be considered.

The Member Secretary is empowered to appoint the qualified examiners in respective subject for paper setting, conduction of Practicals and other such required personnel for smooth conduction of Examinations in consultation with the Chairman of the Board. The remuneration to all those who have been engaged with the examination work shall be paid as fixed by the Board from time to time.

ELIGIBILITY FOR TAKING EXAMINATION

Only such students who produces the certificate from the Head of the Institution to the effect that he/she has regularly and satisfactorily followed the course of study by attending not less than 75% of the classes held both in Theory and Practical separately for each subject.

A student who has failed to complete all the prescribed subjects of annual examinations (subjects of certificate courses in case of S.S.L.C. passed students, 1st and 2nd year subjects for Physiotherapy students and subjects of Preliminary examinations for others) will not be permitted to appear for the subsequent annual examination of the course to which they are admitted. However, they are allowed to attend the classes of the subsequent year of their course, provided they pass 50% of the subjects offered at the annual examination to which they have appeared.

The candidate registered for the examination shall appear for the examinations only at the centre assigned for that Institution in which the candidate has fulfilled his/her course requirement.

MODE OF REGISTRATION FOR EXAMINATION

A student can register for appearing Board examination by filling up the prescribed application form issued by the Para Medical Board. The application forms will be issued to the concerned Institutions after receiving the list of eligible candidates taking up the examination in that college / institution. Application of candidates who have paid the examination and registration fee and whose application forms duly certified by the Head of the concerned Institution in respect of attendance etc., shall be considered by the Board for registration for any examination.

Candidates who have passed the examination in parts shall enclose attested copies of marks cards of all the previous attempts along with the application for registration.

Disciplinary action shall be taken against such candidates who furnished false information in their application form for registration.

MARKS FOR EXAMINATION & GRACE MARKS

Given in detail under Examination pattern of the concerned subject.

10% of the total marks allotted for each subject both for theory and practical shall be the Internal Assessment Marks wherever it exists.

Candidates securing 60% and above shall be declared to have passed that examination in I Class and candidates securing less than 60% and more than 50% shall be declared to have passed that examination in II class and less than 50% and above 40% shall be declared to have passed that examination in pass class provided the candidate passed the whole examination in I attempt.


A candidate shall be declared to have passed the examination in any subject if he/she secures in aggregate 40% of the total marks prescribed for the subject both in Theory and Practical examinations and including the marks obtained in the Internal Assessment. The candidate should secure separately a minimum 35% of the marks in Theory and Practical examinations conducted by the Board. The internal assessment marks will only be considered to make up 40% aggregate marks required for a pass in the subject.

However, Theory paper carries 90 marks for which passing marks shall be 31 and Theory paper carries 45 marks passing marks would be 16 marks

A candidate who appears in all the subjects, but fails in one or more subjects gets exemption in those subjects in which he/she passed and is eligible to take up the examination for failed subject/s in the subsequent supplementary or annual examination, in part or as a whole at his/her option.

All the candidates who have appeared for the examination are entitled for 1% of total marks as grace marks for which student has appeared but not more than 2% for each subject. Theory and Practical is taken as separate unit for grant of grace marks. The grace marks shall be given to make up Theory and Practical minimum or aggregate.

The Marks given as grace should be deducted wherever he/she has secured excess marks.

The Board reserves the rights to grant grace marks in addition to existing grace marks wherever necessary.

Internal Assessment marks list of all the candidates appearing for examination shall be furnished to the Board on or before the date notified by the Board.

DATE OF EXAMINATION:

The dates for both theory and practical examinations for annual/supplementary examinations shall be announced by the Member Secretary of the Board after consulting the Chairperson. The Member Secretary shall intimate to the Heads of the Institutions regarding the date of examinations at least one month prior to the commencement of the examination. Under unavoidable circumstances, the Board reserves the right to alter the dates of any of examinations on prior intimation.

EXAMINATION FEE

Following are the prescribed fees for the examination conducted by the Board. This is common to all the courses for the time being and subject to revision by the Board from time to time.

Examination Fee Common for All Courses
Indian Rupees (INR)
One subject Rs. 250/-
Two subjects Rs. 450/-
More than two subjects & for all subjects Rs. 850/-
Retotaling per subject Rs. 200/-
Examination application fee Rs 50/-
Late fee Rs 15/- per day

The Principals of Government and Private Institutions shall collect the examination fees at the rates mentioned above from the candidates and shall be remitted on or before the prescribed date to the Para Medical Board in the form of DD drawn in favour of “The Chairman, Para Medical Board”.

The examination and penal fees once paid to the Board will not be refunded or reserved or adjusted for the next or subsequent examinations at any circumstances.

EXAMINATION CENTRE AND FEE

Examinations shall be held only at such centers as the Board may decide from time to time, which shall be announced before the last date of registration for examination. Private Institutions desires of having their college as examination centre shall pay prescribed fee as fixed by the Board from time to time to the Board as examination centre fee. However, the authority to grant/decline an Institution as centre for examination rests entirely with the Board.

MALPRACTICE AND COMMITTEE

Any kind of malpractice in the examination will be severely dealt with a punishment, which ranges from debarring the candidate from writing the examination or as decided by Malpractice Committee formed by the Board.

Malpractice Committee

Principal, BMC -- Chairperson
Director, Minto Hospital / -- Two Members
Physiotherapist, Victoria Hospital /
Senior medical faculty

PUBLICATION OF RESULTS:

Results of various Para Medical Courses approved by the Board shall be published at the Office of the Member Secretary of the Board and also in Government and Private Para Medical Institutions for the information of the students.

REVALUATION & RETOTALING OF MARKS

There will be no revaluation or provision to issue the xerox copy of any answer books of any subjects. However, a student can apply for re-totaling by paying Rs. 200/- per subject (non refundable) to the Board in the form of Demand Draft drawn in favour of "The Chairman, Para Medical Board".

The valued answer scripts shall be preserved upto six months or till the Board's next examination and then destroyed.

Fees for Revaluation- Rs. 1000/- per subject (non refundable)
Xerox copy of answer script Rs. 300/- per subject (non refundable) &
R re-totaling fee Rs.200/- per subject (non refundable)

ISSUE OF MARKS CARD

Every candidate appeared for the Board's examination will be issued Marks Card duly signed by the Chairperson as well as the Member Secretary.

ISSUE OF DUPLICATE MARKS CARD

A duplicate Marks Card shall be issued to the candidate making application through the Head of the respective Institution in the prescribed form and on payment of Rs. 300/- provided the Board is satisfied with the explanation given by the candidate that the original Marks Card has been lost or damaged and the same is attested by the Head of the Institution in which he / she has studied. Further, there is no provision to issue the consolidated marks card.
The Application for duplicate marks card should be accompanied by an affidavit certified by a Notary / Judge on a judicial stamp paper of Rs. 50/- with a copy of acknowledgement obtained by the Police station for having lodged the complaint about the lost of the Marks card / Certificate.

DIPLOMA CERTIFICATES

Candidates shall be eligible to obtain their Diploma Certificates directly from the Board only after:

1. Successful completion of the prescribed Diploma in Para Medical Course
2. Submission of the attested copies of the marks cards of the previous examinations
3. Two passport size photographs of the candidate
4. Rs. 300/- as certificate fee per candidate payable to the Board in the form of DD.

The Diploma Certificate will have the signatures of the Chairperson and Member Secretary of the Para Medical Board.


DUPLICATE CERTIFICATES

A duplicate certificate shall be issued to the candidates making an application through the Head of the respective Institution in the prescribed form and on payment of Rs. 300/- provided the Board is satisfied with the explanation given by the candidate that the original Diploma certificate has been lost or damaged and the same is attested by the Head of the Institution in which he/she has studied.

The application for a duplicate certificate should be accompanied by an affidavit certified by a Notary / Judge on a Judicial stamp paper of Rs. 50/-. with a copy of acknowledgement obtained from the Police Station for having lodged the complaint about the lost of the Marks card / Certificate.

ISSUE OF TRANSFER CERTIFICATE

There is no provision to issue Transfer Certificate to any candidate who completes Diploma successfully unless or otherwise he / she intends to persue higher studies based on Diploma Certificate issued by this Board.

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