Private | Est. 1993 | COIMBATORE, Tamil Nadu
The KMCH College of Nursing founded in the year 1993 as the first educational institution of Kovai Medical Center Research & Educational Trust. Now, the KMCH College of Nursing is a full pledged Post graduate institution par excellence. The college is attached to the Kovai Medical Center and Hospital, which is a 1000 bed multi disciplinary super speciality hospital. The Hospital is a well known Health Center in the Southern part of India. The KMCH College of Nursing has been recognized by the Government of Tamil Nadu and approved by the Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi & the Tamil Nadu Nurses and Midwives Council, Chennai. The college is affiliated to the Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University, Chennai
|PB B.Sc Nursing||40|
Critical Care Nursing -20
Emergency and Disaster Nursing- 20
Cardio Thoracic Nursing -05
Oncology Nursing --05
Neonatal Nursing - -05
Operation Room Nursing -05
Neuro Science Nursing - 05
|College Address||Contact||Nearest Railway Station||Nearest Bus stop|
KMCH College of Nursing, KMCH Campus, Avinashi Road,
Coimbatore – 641 014.
|Phone: +91 422 2369300, 321|
Email: [email protected]
|Coimbatore 11 km.|
College Bus Stop
The Online submission of the Application form for admission to Paramedical Degree courses in Tamil Nadu Government Medical Colleges, Government seats in Self-Financing Medical Colleges affiliated to The Tamilnadu Dr. M.G.R Medical University can be accessed from the following websites www.tnhealth.tn.gov.in/www.tnmedicalselection.org
GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL NADU PROSPECTUS FOR ADMISSION TO PARAMEDICAL DEGREE COURSES 2020-2021 SESSION click here
CATEGORIES OF SEATS:
|GOVT. SEATS IN SELF-FINANCING COLLEGES:- 65% of total seats in Non-Minority Institution and 50% of total seats in Minority Institution, subject to the Policy of the State Government and the court orders in this regard for each Para Medical Course in Self Financing institutions surrendered to Government Quota will be filled as per merit following the rule of reservation in force|
MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY MARKS: -
Normalization of Mark
As per the Tamil Nadu Act No 3 of 2007, dt 05.03.2007 and G.O(Ms) No.77 HE(J2) Dept.dt:05.04.2007, the marks obtained by the students in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by various Boards or Authority shall be equated with the marks obtained by the students in the same subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by the State Board (Government of Tamil Nadu) by adopting the method of normalization.
Explanation:- Under the method of normalization, the highest mark obtained by the students of various Boards in each subject will be equated to the highest mark obtained by the students of State Board in that subject and the relative marks obtained by other students in that subject will be determined accordingly.
i. 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:-
100 x 60/ 90= 66.66%
ii. 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
PROCEDURE FOR FILLING AND SUBMISSION OF ONLINE APPLICATION:-
The Secretary, Selection Committee, No.162, E.V.R. Periyar High Road, Kilpauk, Chennai – 10.
CALCULATION OF MARKS :-
|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)|
|The percentage and the weighted total should be accurate to two decimals.|
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 Fourth Optional subject in Higher Secondary Course Examination.
iv) Date of Birth – Weightage given to seniority in age.
v) Computerised Random number assigned. Higher value of random number will be taken into consideration.
ONLINE COUNSELLING PROCEDURE (SINGLE WINDOW SYSTEM):-
A candidate who have downloaded the provisional allotment order and have not joined the course (in person or confirmed joining through e-mail) will not be eligible to attend the subsequent rounds of online counselling
The candidate who have joined in the course (in person or confirmed joining through e-mail) during 1st phase of counseling only eligible to attend the subsequent phases of online counselling for re-allotment of Colleges. The date of such counselling will be published in the websites and also will be informed to the Dean/The Principal of respective Colleges. No individual intimation will be sent to the candidates
The vacancies arising after the first phase of counseling and also to the new colleges if any added will be filled up from the waiting list through online counseling, if necessary.
No Re-allottment for any course within Self-financing colleges.
METHOD OF SELECTION & ADMISSION:-
|a) The selection will be made based on merit and applying the rule of reservation by the Government of Tamil Nadu as follows:-|
|Most Backward /Denotified Community||20%|
|b) Within 30% reservation for BC, 3.5% reservation will be provided for BC Muslims and 16% of seats out of 18% quota earmarked to SC shall be allotted to the Arunthathiyar community.|
|c) BC, BCM, MBC/DNC, SC, SCA & ST candidates are eligible for selection under open competition as per merit in addition to the servation made for them|
DISCONTINUATION FEE:- The candidates 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.
The Tuition Fee for All Courses in all Govt. Colleges (per Annum) GOVT. COLLEGES Rs. 3,000/- The Tuition Fee for SELF FINANCING COLLEGES B.Sc., (Nursing) Rs. 45,000/-
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