Eligibility

Eligibility Certificate for Foreign Candidates

1. Candidates who have passed Advanced Level Qualification and Central Board of Secondary Examination in Foreign Countries have to remit a sum of USD 500 towards the cost of application and eligibility fee. The amount should be drawn in favour of the Registrar, The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University, payable at Chennai.

2. Candidates who have passed Advanced Level Qualification in foreign countries have to get Equivalency Certificate from the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi – these Qualifications are equated with 12-Year Senior School Certificate of Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi /other Boards in India.

The foreign candidates seeking admission in self-financing colleges should apply before the cut-off date for admission to Ist B.Sc. degree courses under allied health sciences through the Principal of the college only and have to strictly follow the prescribed guidelines:

1. The Institutions admitting candidates from the foreign countries should obtain the documents from the candidates in original along with the photocopies of (i) Passport (ii) No-Objection Certificate from the embassy of the concerned foreign countries (iii) Plus Two (+2) statement of marks issued by the education department from the country of origin.
2. The candidate has to obtain an endorsement in the General Secondary School Certificate Plus Two (+2) Statement of marks from both the embassies, i.e. foreign and Indian.
3. After obtaining the original documents from the candidate, the Institution has to forward the ‘No-Objection Certificate’ to the embassies of the concerned foreign countries and get the genuineness certificate from their embassies.
4. Also, the plus two (+2) statement of marks has to be forwarded to the Education Department of the country of origin to verify to the genuineness And duly certify the same.
5. The Institution has to obtain and furnish a certificate from the Department of Police as to whether there is any criminal case pending against the candidate in the state of Tamil Nadu (or) any other states of India.
6. The institution should forward the genuineness of the certificates along with other original documents such as passport, no objection certificate from their embassies, plus two (+2) statement of marks along with the police verification certificate and the required fee to this University. A copy of it has to be marked to the Secretary, foreign Affairs Ministry, Government of India, New Delhi.
7. The Institution must themselves apply and get the genuineness of the certificates from the concerned authorities and should not allow the candidate or his representative or any mediator to apply for genuineness of the certificates.
8. The Institution has to give an undertaking to this effect that the institution only has applied to the concerned authorities and not the candidate.
9. If the genuineness of anyone of the certificate of the candidate is found to be bogus, action will be taken against the institution in the form of withdrawal of the Provisional affiliation granted to the institution for conducting the course.
10. The institution which admits those said candidates after following these procedures are SOLELY responsible for the proper conduct of the candidates until he/she passes out of their courses.
11. In case of any crime committed by the candidates of those mentioned countries, the institution could take severe disciplinary action, even amounting to the discharge of the candidate from the course, with an intimation to this University.

Candidates seeking admission under NRI quota in self-financing

Colleges have to strictly follow the following prescribed guidelines:
1. Candidate should be of Indian origin settled in foreign countries (or) who were born in foreign countries and whose parents are of Indian origin (or) children of Indian citizens staying abroad for employment or business; children of Indian citizens deputed abroad by Public Sector Undertaking; or children of the Officials of the Central / State Government on deputation abroad.
2. The candidates seeking admission to NRI quota should hold Indian Passport.
3. Candidates seeking admission to B.Sc. degree courses under allied health sciences under NRI quota should have passed H.Sc. examination (10 + 2 pattern / equivalent).
4. The medium of instruction should be English