The Government Stanley Medical College & Hospital to day stand as one of the earliest and pioneering center for Excellence in India in the field of Medicine. The quality and success emanating from the hundreds of stanleans in India and abroad is a true testimony to the teaching of their Alma Mater. The seed for this institution was sown as early as 1740. The East India Company first created the Medical Department for Training Assistants and native doctors. The first batch of this school consisted of eleven ‘Natives’and eleven ‘Eurasians’ the ‘dressers’ and ‘Apothecaries’.The college is affiliated with Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University.
The Stanley Hospital now stands on the old site of ‘Monegar Choultry established in 1782. It was a period of great famine and the Cholutry was established to take care of the suffering poor. Thus, the legendary ‘Kanji thotti’ was built to distribute ameliorative dobs and alms. Due to the untiring effort of an Assistant Surgeon John Under Wood, the Government amalgamated the Monegar Choultry and its Leper Asylum with his private hospital called the ‘Native infirmary in 1809. In 1880 a well known Philanthropist, Raja Sir Ramaswami Mudaliar, endowed a lying in Hospital’ and a ‘dispensary’ in the premises of the ‘Native infirmary’.
With the establishment of the University of Madras in 1836 the degree course of M.B. & G.M., and LM. & S., was introduced in the Native infirmary as a separate Auxiliary Medical School.
In 1903, the Hospital Assistant course was introduced and the school was housed in the Old Bullet factory of the East India Company. In 1911, the first batch of outgoing students were awarded their Diploma LMP (Licensed Medical Practitioner). In 1933, the five years D.M. & S. (Diploma in Medicine and Surgery) course with detailed curriculum was inaugurated by His Excellency George Fredrick Stanley, the then Governor of Madras Presidency and the School was named after him as Stanley Medical School - with effect from 27.3.1934. In 1938 the Medical School was upgraded as the Stanley Medical College, affiliated to the Madras University admitting 72 students to the MBBS course. Hon’ble T.S.S.Rajan, Minister for Public Health in the first Popular Ministry in the State Inaugurated the college on 2.7.1938. In 1941 there were 3 Medical and Surgical units, and from 1964 onwards there are 7 Medical and 7 Surgical U2its.
The strength of the students for MBBS course was increased steadily from 72 in 1932 to 100 in 1950 and to 150 from 1963. In 1964 Dr. Saravapalli Radhakrishnan the then President of India laid the foundation stone for the College Auditorium thanks to the endeavour of Stanleans who raised Rs. One lakh to mark the Silver Jubilee Celebration.
The Department of Surgical Gastro-enterology in the year 1999 expanded as Department of Surgical Gastro-enterology and Hepato- - Pancreatico Billiary Dieases and GI Bleed Center of Government Stanley Hospital and Stanley Medical College, This was a pilot project sponsored by the Tamil Nadu Medical Service Corporation and was awarded ISO 9002 for its international quality care and excellence. Stanley is also the first Government Medical College to perform Liver Transplantation in India, even two decades ago. The department is sanctioned, a new “Liver Transplantation Unit” by the Government of Tamil Nadu in 2005 as a center of excellence, adding one more feather to its cap and to Stanley.
Stanley Medical College has celebrated its Golden Jubilee in July 1991. Stanley has developed as an institution of international standards’ and continue to grow still further.
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|B.PHARM||B.P.T||B.Sc. (NURSING)||B.Sc. RADIOGRAPHY AND IMAGING TECHNOLOGY|
|B.ASLP||B.OPTOM||B.O.T||B.Sc. RADIO THERAPY TECHNOLOGY|
|B.Sc. CARDIO-PULMONARY PERFUSION TECHNOLOGY||B.Sc. MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY||B.Sc. OPERATION THEATRE & ANAESTHESIA TECHNOLOGY||B.Sc. CARDIAC TECHNOLOGY|
|B.Sc. CRITICAL CARE TECHNOLOGY||B.Sc. DIALYSIS TECHNOLOGY||B.Sc. PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT||B.Sc. ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY CARE TECHNOLOGY|
|B.Sc. RESPIRATORY THERAPY||B.Sc. NEURO ELECTRO PHYSIOLOGY||B.Sc. CLINICAL NUTRITION|
|Date of Notification||18-06-2023|
|Commencement of uploading the online application||19-06-2023|
|Last date for uploading the online application||Weighted Total Marks for a maximum28-06-2023 (extended up to 10.07.2023 at 5.00 PM)|
|Expected date for declaration of Merit through official website||---|
|Tentative Allotment of seats||--|
|Last date of admission||--|
|Helpline Number||044-29862045 / 044-29862046 / 044-28363822/044-28364822/044-28365822/044-28366822|
|PROSPECTUS FOR ADMISSION TO PARAMEDICALDEGREE COURSES UNDER GOVERNMENT QUOTA click here|
The Online submission of Application form for admission to Paramedical Degree courses for 2023-2024 session in Tamil Nadu Government Medical Colleges, Government seats in Self-Financing Colleges/Institutions affiliated to The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R Medical University, Chennai-32. can be accessed from the following websites.
|NOTE:- The candidates who are unable to access the online application can appear in person with parent or guardian, along with all the original certificates at any one of the facilitation centre available in the nearest Government Medical Colleges / Tamil Nadu Government Dental College and T.F.C.( Tamil Nadu Facilitation Centre) in each District ( where there are no Medical colleges yet) and utilize the facilities to access and apply online.|
|Candidates are advised to take printout of prospectus and read the prospectus carefully with their parents or Guardians before filling the online application and ensure that no mandatory column is left blank. In the event of Non-Acceptance of the online application form, no correspondence/request for re-consideration will be entertained.|
|Incomplete online application form will not be accepted|
|Permanent Residence Certificate in lieu of Nativity Certificate will not be accepted.|
|Nativity Certificate submitted with application alone will be accepted and sending the Nativity Certificate separately will not be entertained|
|Candidates belonging to other States cannot claim nativity of Tamil Nadu|
|Candidates who are Native of Tamil Nadu and who have studied 6TH standard to 12TH standard in schools of Tamil Nadu should also produce Nativity Certificate and Community Certificate issued by the competent authority. The Community Certificate of either one of the parent obtained from the competent Revenue Authority in Tamil Nadu should be enclosed to claim Communal Reservation.|
|If candidates do not submit the above mentioned certificates and even if he/she had studied Standard 6th to 12th std completely in Tamil Nadu, the candidate will be considered under Open Category only.|
|Other State candidates who are not native of Tamil Nadu but Studied 6th standard to 12th standard in Tamil Nadu will be considered under Open Category (OC) candidate and have to produce their Bonafide Certificate from school in which he/she studied from std 6th to 12th std|
|For All Courses (Except B.Sc Nursing)||Candidates should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December 2023|
|B.sc Nursing||Candidates should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December 2023. Candidates belonging to OC / BC / BCM / MBC/DNC should not have completed 30 years as on 31st December 2023. For SC / SCA / ST candidates should not have completed 35 years as on 31st December 2023.|
|B.Pharm, BASLP & B.Optom|
English as one of the subject
a) Physics, Chemistry, Biology with any other subject (or)
b) Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology (or)
c) Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics with any other subject
|For All Courses (Except B.Pharm, BASLP & B.Optom|
English as one of the subject
(a) Physics, Chemistry, Biology with any other subject. (or)
(b) Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.
|B.PHARM & BASLP||Passed in Higher Secondary Course with aforesaid subjects not less than 40 % aggregate marks.||Passed in Higher Secondary Course with aforesaid subjects not less than 40 % aggregate marks.||Passed in Higher Secondary Course with aforesaid subjects|
|B.sc Nursing||Passed in Higher Secondary Course with aforesaid subjects not less than 40 % aggregate marks.|
|For All Courses (Except B.PHARM, BASLP & B.sc Nursing)||Passed in Higher Secondary Course with aforesaid subjects|
|NOTE:-Candidates who have passed any other equivalent examinations other than Tamil Nadu State Board/CBSE with same group of subjects mentioned above should produce the Eligibility Certificate from the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University, Guindy, Chennai-32. before joining the course.|
|NOTE:- In the case of candidates who have furnished the mark sheets of the qualifying examination, only in GRADES, the minimum marks of the grades alone will be taken into consideration while determining the marks in the select Science subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Botany and Zoology.|
|NOTE:- Candidates who have mark sheets with GRADES should obtain a certified statement of marks from the examination authority and upload the statement of marks for indicating the actual marks secured.|
|Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Course in vocational stream are not eligible to apply to Paramedical Degree Courses|
If the highest marks secured by the student of State Board in Physics is 100 and the highest mark secured by a student of any other Board in the same subject is 90, both the highest marks will be considered to be equal to 100. If a student of the other Board secures 60 marks in Physics when the first mark in Physics in the same Board is 90, then 60 marks will be considered to be equal to 66.66 marks as arrived at below:-
|NOTE:- After normalization of marks in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by different Boards, the qualified students of different Boards will be merged into a common merit list. In case of candidates who have qualified from National Boards such as CBSE and ISCE, the highest marks obtained by the candidates at the National Level alone will be taken into consideration for normalization.|
CALCULATION OF MARKS :-Merit List will be made on merit on the basis of marks obtained by the eligible candidates in the prescribed subjects in the qualifying examinations reduced to the base of 200 marks. The marks obtained through different Boards will be taken into account after normalization
|Weighted Total Marks for a maximum||200|
|Percentage in Biology (after normalization)||X|
|Percentage in Physics and Chemistry - Taken Together (after normalization)||Y|
|Percentage in Botany and Zoology - Taken Together (after normalization)||Z|
|Percentage in Mathematics (after normalization)||W|
|Weighted total marks for a maximum of 200.||Either (X+Y) OR (Z+Y) OR (W+Y)|
Ranking of the candidates will be done based on the total marks obtained in the prescribed Subjects after normalization of marks computed to a maximum of 200.
|In respect of the candidates who have taken the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology will be taken into account for arriving the General merit list and for those candidates who have taken Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics along with other subjects (other than Biology, Botany and Zoology) the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics will be taken into account for arriving the merit list for B. Pharmacy / B.ASLP/B.Optom courses only.|
|Determination of Rank of Candidates obtaining equal marks in all Paramedical Courses (Inter-se Merit)|
In cases where two or more candidates obtain equal aggregate for 200, the rank of such candidates shall be determined on the basis of the following order namely:-
i) Percentage in Biology or Botany and Zoology taken together in Higher Secondary Course Examination.
ii) Percentage in Chemistry in Higher Secondary Course examination.
iii) Percentage in Physics in Higher Secondary Course examination.
iv) Percentage in Fourth Optional subject in Higher Secondary Course Examination.
v) Date of Birth – Weightage given to seniority in age.
vi) Computerised Random number assigned. Higher value of random number will be taken into consideration.
|Most Backward Community||20%|
|Within 30% reservation for BC, 3.5% reservation will be provided for BC Muslims.|
|16% of seats out of 18% quota earmarked to SC shall be allotted to the Arunthathiyar community|
|For B.Sc(Nursing) course, the ratio of seats between men and women shall be 1:9 respectively . The Third Gender candidates who identify themselves as female by self declaration supported by the certificate (ID Card) issued by the Tamil Nadu Third Gender Welfare Board (TNGWB) are also elgible to get allotment as female candidates|
|SEATS RESERVED FOR PERSON WITH BENCHMARK DISABILITY : -5% of the total number of seats available in Government Colleges are reserved for the Differently Abled candidates. The other conditions for admission into Paramedical courses will be applicable as in the case of the general category.|
|GOVT. COLLEGES||The Tuition Fee for All Courses in all Govt. Colleges (per Annum) Rs. 3,000/-|
|SELF FINANCING COLLEGES||Name of the Course||Tuition Fee for Self Financing Colleges (per Annum)|
|B. Pharm||Rs. 43,000/-|
|B.Sc., (Nursing)||Rs. 45,000/-|
|The above fee does not include Hostel, Transport, Mess charges etc.|
|DISCONTINUATION FEE:-The students who are allotted and joined in any of the seats in Govt. Medical Colleges and discontinue the Paramedical Degree courses after the cut-off date should pay the Discontinuation Fee of Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rs. One Lakh only) by means of Demand Draft in favor of “The Secretary, Selection Committee, Kilpauk, Chennai – 10” payable at Chennai.|
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