Junior Residents/Demonstrators (three years tenure period) will be paid a sum of Rs. 15600 + Rs. 5400 Grade Pay + NPA and other allowances as admissible under the rules in the first year of the residency.
SELECTION OF SPONSORED/FOREIGN NATIONAL CANDIDATES
A combined merit list of the sponsored/foreign national candidates will be made. Seats will be allotted purely on merit on the basis of performance in the Entrance Test. Detailed requirements for Sponsored/Foreign National candidates are given on next pages under the heading “IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL EXAMINATIONS”.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties and responsibilities of Junior Residents will be fixed by the Institute from time to time. They will be required to perform such work as may be needed in the legitimate interest of patient care in the hospital.
During the terms of employment, the Junior Residents/Demonstrators will be entitled to 30 days leave in the first year and 36 days each in the second and third years. These leave cannot be carried forward for the purpose of availing leave. However, can be accumulated for the purpose of leave encashment on completion of tenure. Junior Residents/Demonstrators are not entitled to any other leave except that mentioned above. The Residency Period as well as exam of residents, who avail leave over & above their entitlement, will be extended.
At the end of first six months of the admission, each Junior Resident will be assessed and, in case his/her performance is not found satisfactory, his/her registration may be cancelled.
SUBMISSION OF PROTOCOL AND THESIS
The Junior Residents/Demonstrators registered for MD/MS/MDS course shall be required to get his/her plan of thesis protocol approved by his/her departmental faculty within 4 months of enrolment, and submit it to Academic Section. If a candidate fails to submit the thesis protocol within the prescribed period, his/her registration will stand cancelled. The last date for submission of thesis for the students registered for MD/MS/MDS degree will be 30th June for those appearing at the December examination and 30th November for those appearing at the May examination.
Internal assessment/progress report should be evaluated periodically by the faculty members of the concerned department on the theoretical knowledge and practical skills of a candidate. The Head of the Department should send such a internal assessment/progress report of each candidate on regular basis i.e. six monthly and send to the Academic Section for official records. The weightage of the internal assessment/progress report i.e. 25% marks of the candidate will be added in his/her final