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Information Bulletin

&
Application Form
For
Diplomate National Board

FINAL EXAM

(DNB –FINAL: JUNE 2010)


(Practical Only: Sept/Oct/Nov 2010*)
* Final schedule for each specialty may vary

NATIONAL BOARD OF EXAMINATIONS


(Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India)
NAMS Building, Ansari Nagar, Mahatma Gandhi Marg
New Delhi-110029
Phone: 46054605

Website: www.natboard.edu.in Email: mail@natboard.edu.in


Cost of Bulletin & Application form: Rs.750/-
IMPORTANT DATES

1. Last Date of submission of application form for:

i) DNB FINAL EXAMINATION (Broad Specialties)


15th April 2010.

Applications must reach the NBE office by the close of office on the
cut-off date mentioned above. No concession shall be given on any
ground including postal delays or delivery delays.

2. (a) Date of Examination (Broad Speciality)

Saturday the 12th June 2010


Paper- I 09.30 -12.30 Paper- II 14.00 – 17.00

Sunday the 13th June 2010

Paper- III 09.30 -12.30 Paper- IV 14.00 – 17.00

2. (b) Date of Examination (Super Specialty)

Saturday the 12th June 2010


Paper- I 09.30 -12.30 Paper- II 14.00 – 17.00

Sunday the 13th June 2010

Paper- III 09.30 -12.30

Candidates who will appear in Practical examinations in MARCH/APRIL/ MAY-


2010 and in the event of they not passing may apply for Practical examinations
in Sep/Oct/Nov 2010 as per the last date intimated through RESULT issued
by the Board. Candidates who are not appearing in March/April/May 2010
practical and wish to apply for ONLY PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS IN Sep/
Oct/Nov 2010 needs to apply latest by 15th April 2010 (as above).
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iz’u i=&1 09-30&12-30 iz’u i=&2 14-00&17-00
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iz’u i=&3 09-30&12-30 iz’u i=&4 14-00&17-00
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iz’u i=&1 09-30&12-30 iz’u i=&2 14-00&17-00
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iz’u i=&3 09-30&12-30
tks mEehnokj ekpZ@vçSy@ebZ&2010 esa izk;ksfxd ijh{kkvksa esa cSBsaxs vkSsj
bu ijh{kkvksa esa vuqRrh.kZ gksus ij cksMZ dh vksj ls tkjh ijh{kkQy ds tfj,
lwfpr vafre frfFk ds vuqlkj flrEcj@vDVwcj@uoEcj 2010 esa izk;ksfxd
ijh{kkvksa ds fy, vkosnu dj ldrs gSaA tks mEehnokj ekpZ@vçSy@ebZ 2010
dh izk;ksfxd ijh{kkvksa esa ugha cSBus okys gSa vkSj flrEcj@vDVwcj@uoEcj
2010 esa flQZ izk;ksfxd ijh{kkvksa ds fy, vkosnu djuk pkgrs gSa] mudks
15 vçSy 2010 rd vkosnu djus dh vko’;drk gSA

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INDEX
1. Introduction ........................................................................................... 6
2. Information for Candidates ................................................................... 8
3. Fee Structure ...................................................................................... 16
4. DNB Final Examination / Eligibility/Date/Results ............................... 18
5. Examination Centers .......................................................................... 34
6. Instructions for filling the Application Form & ..................................... 36
7 Check List .......................................................................................... 38
8. Annexure(s)
Annexure I – Govt. notification reg. DNB qualification in first schedule
of IMC act. ...................................................................................... 40-42
Annexure II – Govt. notification dated 01.06.2006 regarding
equivalence of DNB qualifications ................................................. 43-44
Annexure II A– Enclosure of Annexure II ........................................ 45-46
Annexure III – Govt. notification dated 04.01.2006 regarding
conducting DNB courses at medical colleges ............................. 47-48
Annexure III A – Govt. notification dated 20.02.2009 .......................... 49
Annexure IV – List of DNB Specialties for which examinations shall be
heldIn December 2009 ....................................................................... 50
Annexure V – Format for Training Completion Certificate (Prov.) ..... 51
Annexure VI – Format for Training Completion Certificate (Final) ..... 52
Annexure VII – List of Branches - Indian Bank ................................... 53
Annexure VIII – Pay-in-slip Challan for Bank ......................................... -
Annexure IX – Application Form ............................................................ -

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INTRODUCTION
The National Board of Examinations (NBE) was established in 1975 by the
Government of India with the prime objectives of improving the quality of the
Medical Education by establishing high and uniform standards of postgraduate
examinations in modern medicine on an all India basis.

The Board at present conducts postgraduate and postdoctoral examinations


in disciplines approved by the Board for the award of Diplomate of National
Board. The Medical Council of India has laid down standards for postgraduate
examinations conducted by various medical colleges and affiliated to
concerned universities and other institutions, yet the levels of proficiency
and standards of evaluation vary considerably in these institutions.

The setting up of a National Body to conduct postgraduate medical


examination was intended to provide a common standard and mechanism of
evaluation of minimum level of attainment of the objective for which
postgraduate courses were started in medical institutions. Moreover, intra
country and international comparison is facilitated with the availability of
commonly accepted evaluation mechanism like DNB.

RECOGNITION OF DNB QUALIFICATIONS

The Nomenclature of the qualification awarded by the National Board of


Examinations is “Diplomate of National Board”. The list of recognised
qualifications awarded by the Board in various Broad and Super specialities
as approved by the Government of India and included in the First Schedule
of IMC Act 1956 is as at Annexure I.

The Diplomate qualifications awarded by the National Board of Examinations


have been equated with the postgraduate and post doctorate degrees
awarded by other Indian Universities for all purposes including appointment
to teaching posts as lecture/Assistant Professor by the Government of India,
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare; vide their notifications issued from
time to time. The latest notification issued by the Government of India dated
20th February 2009 is placed at Annexure IIIA.

The holders of Board’s qualification awarded after an examination i.e. DNB


are eligible to be considered for specialist’s post/faculty in any Hospital
including a training/teaching institution on a teaching post/ as faculty member.

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ifjp;
Hkkjr ljdkj us 1975 esa jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ dh LFkkiuk dh FkhA bldk ize[q k
mn~n’s ; vf[ky Hkkjrh; vk/kkj ij vk/kqfud esfMflu esa LukrdksRrj ijh{kkvksa ds
mPp ,oa ,dleku ekud LFkkfir djus ds tfj, esfMdy f’k{kk dh xq.koRrk
lq/kkjuk FkkA
fQygky ;g cksMZ us’kuy cksMZ dk fMIykseVs iznku djus ds fy, cksMZ }kjk
vuqeksfnr fo"k;ksa esa LukrdksÙkj vkSj iksLV MkWDVksjy ijh{kk,a vk;ksftr djrk gSA
Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk ifj"kn us fofHkUu esfMdy dkystksa vkSj lacfa /kr fo’ofo|ky;ksa
ls lac) vkSj vU; laLFkkvksa }kjk vk;ksftr LukrdksÙkj ijh{kkvksa ds fy, ekud
LFkkfir fd, gS]a ;|fi bu laLFkkvksa esa izoh.krk ds Lrj vkSj ewY;kadu ds ekud
mYys[kuh; :i ls fHkUu gSAa
esfMdy laLFkkvksa esa ’kq: fd, x, LukrdksÙkj ikB~;Øeksa dks gkfly djus ds fy,
ewY;kadu ds U;wure Lrj ds lk>k ekud vkSj ra= miyC/k djkus ds bjkns ls
LukrdksRrj esfMdy ijh{kk vk;ksftr djkus ds fy, jk"Vªh; fudk; LFkkfir fd;k
x;k FkkA blds vfrfjDr] Mh,uch tSls lk>k rkSj ij Lohdk;Z ewY;kadu ra= dh
miyC/krk ds lkFk varj&ns’kh; vkSj varjkZ"Vªh; rqyuk lqxe dh xbZ gSA
Mh,uch ;ksX;rkvksa dks ekU;rk
jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ }kjk çnÙk ;ksX;rk dh ifjHkk"kk ^fMIykseVs vkWQ us'kuy cksM*Z
gSA Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk vuqeksfnr fofHkUu O;kid vkSj lqij Lis'kWfyVht esa cksMZ dh
rjQ ls çnku dh tkus okyh ekU;rk çkIr ;ksX;rkvksa dh lwph rFkk Hkkjrh;
fpfdR;k ifj"kn vf/kfu;e 1956 dh igyh vuqlp w h esa 'kkfey ;ksX;rkvksa dh lwph
vuqyXud 1 esa nh xbZ gSA
jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ dh vksj ls çnku dh tkus okyh fMIykseVs ;ksX;rkvksa dks Hkkjr
ljdkj ds LokLF; ,oa ifjokj dY;k.k ea=ky; dh vksj ls le;≤ ij tkjh
vf/klwpukvksa ds vuqlkj ysDpjj@lgk;d çksQl s j tSls 'kS{kf.kd inkas ij fu;qfDr
lfgr lHkh mís';ksa ds fy, vU; Hkkjrh; fo'ofo|ky;ksa dh LukrdksÙkj vkSj iksLV
MkDVksjsV mikf/k;ksa ds lkFk ekU;rk nh x;h gSA Hkkjr ljdkj dh fnuk¡d
20 Qjojh 2009 dh uohure vf/klwpuk vuqyXud IIIA esa nh xbZ gSA
ijh{kk ds ckn cksMZ dh ;ksX;rk ds /kkjd vFkkZr Mh,uch 'kS{kf.kd in@ladk;
lnL; ds :i esa çf'k{k.k@f'k{k.k laLFkku lfgr fdlh vLirky esa Lis'kfyLV ds
in@ladk; ds fy, ;ksX; ekus tkrs gSAa

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INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES

2.1. DNB – Final is an exit examination leading to the award of DNB


qualification.
2.2.(a) A candidate holding a medical qualification (MD/MS) i.e. having passed
the final examination in a broad specialty recognized as per the
provisions of Indian Medical Council Act 1956 as amended from time to
time OR a candidate registered with the Board as a DNB trainee and
obtaining requisite period of training as prescribed by the Board & fulfilling
other eligibility criteria as stated in the Information Bulletin may appear
for the DNB final examination (Broad Specility)
2.2(b) A candidate holding a medical qualification (DM/MCh) i.e. having passed
the final examination in a specialty recognized as per the provision of
Indian Medical Council Act 1956 as amended from time to time OR a
candidate registered with the Board as a DNB trainee and obtaining
requisite period of training as prescribed by the Board & fulfilling other
eligibility criteria as stated in the Information Bulletin May appear for the
DNB final examination (Super Specialty).
2.3. The examinations are held only as per the schedule of examinations
prescribed by the Board from time to time.
2.4 Applications for admission to the examination should definitely reach
NBE by the specified date.
2.5. Statements made by the candidate in the application form shall be
certified by the head of the institution at the appropriate place and the
application shall be supported by the relevant documents. Candidates
who are not in service shall get their forms signed by a Gazetted
Officer.
2.6. Applications of candidates producing false or fabricated records will
not be considered and the candidate may be further debarred from
appearing in any future examinations.
2.7. Candidates should go through the bulletin carefully for eligibility criteria
before writing to the Board’s Office. Queries pertaining to eligibility and
other issues will only be entertained if the information requested is not
given in bulletin or on website www.natboard.edu.in
2.8. Incomplete applications or application not in accordance with instructions
will not be considered. In such cases, the examination fee will not
be refunded.

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2-1 Mh,uch&Qkbuy ¼vafre½ ,d ekStnw k ijh{kk gS ftlsd ckn Mh,uch ;ksX;rk çnku
dh tkrh gSA
2-2d- esfMdy ;ksX;rk ¼MD/MS½ /kkjd mEehnokj vFkkZr le; le; ij la'kksf/kr
Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk ifj"kn vf/kfu;e 1956 ds çko/kkuksa ds vuqlkj O;kid Lis'kfyVh
esa vafre ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ vFkok lwpuk cqyfs Vu esa crk, vuqlkj cksMZ dh vksj ls
fu/kkZfjr rFkk vU; ;ksX;rk dlkSVh dks iwjk djus okys Mh,uch çf'k{kq vkSj
vko';d vof/k rd çf'k{k.k çkIr djus okys cksMZ esa iathÑr mEehnokj Mh,uch
vafre ijh{kk ¼czkWM Lisf'kfyVh½ esa cSB ldrs gSAa
2-2[k- esfMdy ;ksX;rk ¼Mh,e@,elh,p½ èkkjd mEehnokj vFkkZr~ Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk
ifj"kn vfèkfu;e 1956 ds çkoèkkuksa ds vuqlkj ekU;rkçkIr Lisf'kfyVh ds fy,
ijh{kk vFkok lwpuk foojf.kdk esa nh xbZ vU; ;ksX;rk ekin.Mksa ,oa cksMZ }kjk
fuèkkZfjr visf{kr çf'k{k.k dks çkIr djus ds ckn gh mEehnokj Mh,uch Qkbuy
ijh{kk ¼lqij&Lisf'kfyVht½ esa 'kkfey gks ldrk gSA
2-3 ijh{kk,a flQZ cksMZ dh vkSj ls le;≤ ij fu/kkZfjr ijh{kkvksa ds dk;ZØe ds
vuqlkj gh gksrh gSAa
2-4 ijh{kk esa ços'k ds fy, vkosnu fuf'pr :i ls fu/kkZfjr frfFk rd jk"Vªh; ijh{kk
cksMZ esa igq¡p tkus pkfg,A
2-5 vkosnu esa fn, x, mEehnokj ds dFkuksa dks mfpr LFkku ij laLFkku ds çeq[k ls
lR;kfir djkuk gksxk vkSj vkosnu ds lkFk çklafxd nLrkost Hkh yxkus gksx
a As tks
mEehnokj lsokjr ugha gSa mudks vius QkeZ ij jktif=r vf/kdkjh ds gLrk{kj
djkus gksx
a s ¼çekf.kr½A
2-6 xyr ;k >wBs fjdkMZ is'k djus okys mEehnokjksa ds vkosnuksa ij fopkj ugha fd;k
tk,xk rFkk mEehnokjkas dks fdlh Hkkoh ijh{kkvkas esa cSBus ls jksdk tk ldrk gSA
2-7 mEehnokjksa dks cksMZ ds dk;kZy; dks fy[kus ls igys ;ksX;rk dlkSVh ds fy,
cq y s f Vu lko/kkuhiw o Z d i<+ u k pkfg,A ;ks X ;rk vkS j vU; elyks a
lac/a kh iwNrkN ij dsoy rHkh fopkj fd;k tk,xk tc og lwpuk cqyfs Vu esa ;k
osclkbV www.natboard.edu.in ij u nh xbZ gksA
2-8 v/kwjs vkosnuksa ;k funsZ'kksa ds vuq:i gksus okys vkosnu ij fopkj ugha fd;k
tk,xkA ,sls ekeyksa es]a ijh{kk 'kqYd okil ugha fd;k tk,xkA

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2.9. Fee will neither be carried forward to a future date nor refunded under
any circumstances. Applications in original along with enclosures
received after the due date will be returned.
2.10. Candidate found to be ineligible at any stage of DNB examination,
will not be permitted to appear in the examination. In an unlikely
event of any ineligible candidate appearing and/or passing the
DNB examination the results/candidature of such candidate will
be cancelled and/or are deemed to be cancelled.
2.11. Instructions in the information-bulletin are liable to change based on
decisions taken by the Board from time to time. However, candidates
will be governed by Information Bulletin vide which they were registered
for determining the eligibility. For theory & Practical Exams the candidates
will be governed by Information Bulletin by which they apply for the theory
Examinations.
2.12 NBE reserves the right to withdraw permission, if any, granted
inadvertently to any candidate who is not eligible to appear in the
DNB Examinations even though the admit card/roll number has
been issued or name/roll number is displayed on the website of
the Board.
2.13 Candidates’ eligibility is purely provisional & is subjected to the fulfillment
of meeting eligibility criteria as defined by the Board.
2.14 NBE reserves its absolute rights to alter the examination schedule,
pattern, policy and guidelines at any time during the continuation or after
the completion of DNB training (2 or 3 years/as the case may be.) The
candidate shall have no right whatsoever for claiming/deriving any right
from past or present schedule, policy and guidelines of NBE.
2.15. The existing schedule, pattern, policy and guidelines are for ready
reference only but in no way they are or are ought to be treated as
representative or acknowledgment of fact that NBE is bound to follow
the same, in future.
2.16. In case of any ambiguity in interpretation of any of the instructions/ terms/
rules/criteria regarding the determination of eligibility/conduct of
examinations/registration of candidates/information contained herein

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2-9 'kqYd fdlh Hkh ifjfLFkfr esa u rks Hkfo"; esa fdlh frfFk ij lek;ksftr dh tk,xh
vkSj u gh okil dh tk,xhA fu/kkZfjr frfFk ds ckn çkIr ewy vkosnuksa vkSj mlds
lkFk yxs vuqyXuksa dks okil dj fn;k tk,xkA
2-10 Mh,uch ijh{kk dh fdlh Hkh voLFkk esa v;ksX; ik, tkus okys mEehnokj
dks ijh{kk esa cSBus dh vuqefr ugha nh tk,xhA v;ksX; mEehnokj ds
Mh,uch ijh{kk esa cSBus vkSj@;k ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ djus ds vuvisf{kr
ekeys esa] mEehnokj dk ifj.kke@mEehnokjh jn~n dj nh tk;sxh
vkSj@vFkok jn~n le>h tk,xhA
2-11 cksMZ }kjk le;&le; ij fy, x, fu.kZ;ksa ds vk/kkj ij lwpuk cqyfs Vu esa nh xbZ
lwpuk,a ifjorZuh; gSAa gkyk¡fd] ;ksX;rk fu/kkZj.k ds fy, mEehnokjksa ij ogh
lwpuk,a ykxw gksxa h tks iathdj.k ds le; lwpuk cqyfs Vu esa FkhA lS)ka frd vkSj
çk;ksfxd ijh{kkvksa ds fy, mEehnokj mUgha lwpukvksa ls 'kkflr gksx a s tks muds
lS)ka frd ijh{kkvksa ds vkosnu lacèa kh FkhA
2-12 Mh,uch ijh{kkvksa esa cSBus ds fy, v;ksX; fdlh Hkh mEehnokj dks nh
xbZ] vlko/kkuho'k vuqefr] ;fn dksbZ gks] dks okil ysus dk vf/kdkj
jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ds ikl lqjf{kr gS] Hkys gh mEehnokj dks ços'k
i=@vuqØekad tkjh dj fn;k x;k gks ;k cksMZ dh osclkbV ij mldk
uke @vuqØekad çnf'kZr gks x;k gSA
2-13 mEehnokj dh ;ksX;rk fo'kq) :i ls vuafre gS vkSj cksMZ dh vksj ls ifjHkkf"kr
;ksX;rk dlkSVh dks iwjk djus ds fo"k;k/khu gSA
2-14 Mh,uch çf'k{k.k ds nkSjku ;k iwjk gksus ds ckn fdlh Hkh le; ijh{kk dk dk;ZØe]
çk:i] uhfr vkSj fn'kkfuns'Z kksa dks cnyus dk iwjk vf/kdkj jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ds
ikl lqjf{kr gSa ¼2 ;k 3 o"kZ@tSlk Hkh ekeyk gks½ jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ds fiNys ;k
orZeku dk;ZØe] uhfr vkSj fn'kkfuns'Z kksa ij nkok djus@dksbZ vf/kdkj lk/kus dk
mEehnokj dks dksbZ vf/kdkj ugha gksxkA
2-15 ekStnw k ijh{kk dk;ZØe] çk:i] uhfr vkSj fn'kkfuns'Z k flQZ rS;kj lanHkZ ds fy, gSa
rFkk fdlh Hkh rjg ls budks ml rF; ds çfrfuf/kRo ;k çkfIr ds :i esa u le>k
tk, fd Hkfo"; esa jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ mudk ikyu djus ds fy, ck/; gS rFkk ugha
os fdlh Hkh rjg ls ,sls gSAa
2-16 ;gk¡ blesa 'kkfey ;ksX;rk fu/kkZj.k@ijh{kk vk;ksftr djus@mEehnokjksa ds
iathdj.k@lwpuk lac/a kh fdlh funs'Z k@'krks@ aZ dlkSVh dh O;k[;k esa fdlh vfu'p;
;k lUnsg ds ekeys esa jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ dh O;k[;k vafre vkSj ekU; gksxhA

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the interpretation of the National Board of Examinations shall be final
and binding in nature.

2.17. Request will not be entertained for change in date/center of examination


under any circumstances.

2.18. Absentees from the examination will forfeit their examination fee.

2.19. Photocopy of the filled in application form may be retained by the


candidate for future reference.

2.20. All certificates (photocopies) should be attested by a Gazetted Officer


/ self-certified. Unattested/Uncertified copies will not be accepted under
any circumstances.

2.21. Result and Roll number for DNB Final Examinations may also be seen
on the website www.natboard.edu.in

2.22. Candidates should ensure before applying for the registration that their
MBBS/MD/MS/Diploma is recognized by MCI. If it is found at any time
that the Degree/Diploma is not recognized by MCI then the NBE will
have the right to cancel the registration.
Registration with NBE is mandatory for all candidates appearing in DNB
Examinations.
2.23. Candidates are advised to read the registration rules carefully at the
time of start of their training.

2.24 Unfair means NBE reserves its absolute rights to take penal action
under applicable civil/criminal procedure/guideline or any other action
deemed appropriate against candidates/persons found using unfair
means.

Unfair means includes canvassing for support of a candidate with


examiners of DNB Exam/NBE office/any other functionary/use of
electronic gadges as Mobile Phones during exam/impersonation/use of
study aids as books/notes etc. during exam./Influencing any functionary
of exam system/any other act intended to breach the sanctity of
examinations process.

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2-17 fdlh Hkh ifjfLFkfr esa ijh{kk frfFk@dsUnz esa ifjorZu ds vkxzg ij fopkj ugha
fd;k tk,xkA
2-18 ijh{kk ls vuqifLFkr jgus okyksa dk ijh{kk 'kqYd tCr dj fy;k tk,xkA
2-19 mEehnokj Hkjs gq, vkosnu dh Nk;kçfr Hkkoh lanHkZ ds fy, vius ikl j[k ldrs
gSaA
2-20 lHkh çek.ki= ¼Nk;k çfr;k¡½ jktif=r vf/kdkjh ls lR;kfir@Lo&çekf.kr gksuh
pkfg,A vlR;kfir@vçekf.kr çfr;k¡ fdlh Hkh ifjfLFkfr esa Lohdkj ugha dh
tk,axhA
2-21 Mh,uch vafre ijh{kkvksa ds ifj.kke@vuqØekad osclkbV www.natboard.edu.in
ij Hkh ns[ks tk ldrs gSAa
2-22 mEehnokj dks iathdj.k ds fy, vkosnu djus ls igys ;g lqfuf'pr dj ysuk
pkfg, fd mudh MBBS/MD/MS/ fMIyksek Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk ifj"kn ls ekU;rk
çkIr gSA fdlh Hkh le; vxj ;g ik;k x;k fd fMxzh@fMIyksek Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk
ifj"kn ls ekU;rk çkIr ugha gS rks jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ dks iathdj.k jí djus dk
vf/kdkj gksxkA
Mh,uch ijh{kkvksa esa cSBus ds fy, lHkh mEehnokjksa dks jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ esa
iathdj.k djkuk vfuok;Z gSA
2-23 mEehnokjksa dks viuk çf'k{k.k 'kq: djrs le; iathdj.k fu;eksa dks lko/kkuhiwod
Z
i<+us dh lykg nh tkrh gSA
2-24 vuqfpr ek/;e% vuqfpr ek/;eksa dk bLrseky djrs gq, ik, x, mEehnokjksa ds
fo:)] ykxw flfoy@vkijkf/kd çfØ;k@fn'kk funs'Z k ds rgr iSuy dkjZokbZ
djus vFkok mfpr le>h tkus okyh dksbZ vU; dkjZokbZ djus ds lHkh vf/kdkj
jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ds ikl lqjf{kr gSAa
vuqfpr ek/;eksa esa Mh,uch ijh{kk@jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ds dk;kZy;@fdlh vkSj
dk;Zdkjh dks mEehnokj dh lgk;rk ds fy, çHkkfor djuk@ijh{kk ds nkSjku
eksckbu Qksu tSls bySDVªkfud lkeku dk bLrseky@Hks"k cnyuk@ijh{kk ds
nkSjku iqLrdksa ;k uksVl
~ ds :i esa v/;;u lac/a kh lgk;d lkexzh dk bLrseky@ijh{kk
ra= esa 'kkfey fdlh dehZ dks çHkkfor djuk@ijh{kk çfØ;k dh 'kq)rk dks Hkax
djus ds bjkns ls dksbZ vU; dk;Z 'kkfey gSA

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2.25. All the correspondence should be addressed to the Executive Director,
National Board of Examinations, Mahatma Gandhi Marg, Ansari Nagar,
New Delhi-110029. Candidates are requested to kindly superscribe the
envelope with the subject matter of the correspondence for expeditious
processing.

2.26. The jurisdiction for court cases/disputes shall be at Delhi in the


Delhi High Court

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2-25 lHkh çdkj dk i= O;ogkj dk;Zdkjh funs'kd] jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksM]Z egkRek xk¡/kh
ekxZ] vlkajh uxj] ubZ fnYyh&110029 dks lacksf/kr gksuk pkfg,A mEehnokjksa ls
vkxzg fd;k tkrk gS fd Ñi;k rsth ls dkjZokbZ ds fy, fyQkQs ds Åij
i=O;ogkj dk fo"k; fy[ksAa

2-26 vnkyrh ekeyksa@fooknksa ds fy, fnYyh esa fnYyh mPp U;k;ky; dk


U;k;kf/kdkj gksXkkA

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FEE STRUCTURE

3.1. Examination Fee


a. DNB Final Exam (theory & Ist Attempt practical)
Rs. 3500/-

b. DNB Final (Only Practical- 2nd /3rd attempt)


Rs. 3500/-

c. Registration Fees
Rs.750/-

(Only for MD/MS Pass OR DM/Mch pass candidates taking


DNB Exam)

d. For application forms downloaded from internet, Information


Bulletin cum application form cost of Rs. 750/- has to be paid
along with applicable examination fees.

Deposition of Fee:

By Cash Deposit.

At selected branches of Indian Bank – The fee as above can be deposited


in selected branches of the Indian Bank (for list of branches of the bank,
refer to Annexure ‘VII’ of this Information Bulletin); Kindly use the specialized
pay-in-slip provided along with this Information Bulletin for this purpose.

Kindly Note:-

Absentees from the examination will forfeit their examination


fee. Candidates are advised to read the rule position carefully
and satisfy the terms and conditions for fulfillment of eligibility
criteria.

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'kqYd fooj.k
3-1 ijh{kk 'kqYd

d½ Mh,uch vafre ijh{kk ¼lS)kafrd vkSj çk;ksfxd ijh{kk esa igyk ç;kl½
#- 3500@&

[k½ Mh,uch va f re ijh{kk ¼flQZ çk;ks f xd & nw l jk@rhljk ç;kl½


#- 3500@&

x½ iathdj.k 'kqYd #- 750@&

¼Mh,uch ijh{kk nsus okys flQZ MD/MD mÙkh.kZ vkSj DM/Mch mÙkh.kZ mEehnokjksa ds
fy,½

?k½ baVjusV ls vkosnu QkeZ MkmuyksM djus okyksa dks ykxw ijh{kk 'kqYd ds lkFk
lwpuk cqyfs Vu ,oa vkosnu QkeZ dh ykxr #- 750@& dk Hkh Hkqxrku djuk
gksxkA

Qhl udn tek djus ds fy,

bafM;u cSda dh pqfuank 'kk[kkvksa ij &mDr 'kqYd bafM;u cSda dh pqfuank 'kk[kkvksa
esa Hkh tek djk;k tk ldrk gS ¼cSd a dh 'kk[kkvksa dh lwph ds fy,] bl lwpuk
cqyfs Vu dk vuqyXud ^7* ns[ks½a ] Ñi;k bl mís'; ds fy, bl lwpuk cqyfs Vu ds
lkFk miyC/k fo'ks"k tek&iphZ bLrseky djsAa

Ñi;k /;ku nsa%&

ijh{kk ls vuqifLFkr mEehnokjksa dk ijh{kk 'kqYd tCr dj fy;k tk,xkA

mEehnokjkas dks fu;e lko/kkuhiwoZd i<+us rFkk ;ksX;rk dlkSVh dks iwjk djus
ds fy, fu;eksa ,oa 'krksZa ls larq"V gksus dh lykg nh tkrh gSA Mh,uch ds fy,
vkosnu jí gksus mEehnokjh v;ksX; ik, tkus ij 'kqYd okil ugha gksxk vkSj
u gh vkxs lek;ksftr fd;k tk,xkA

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FEES SHALL NEITHER BE REFUNDED NOR CARRIED
4 FORWARD IF THE APPLICATION FOR DNB IS REJECTED/
CANDIDATURE IS FOUND TO BE INELIGIBLE.

EXAMINATION
For Broad Specialties :
The DNB Final is a two-stage examination comprising the theory and
practical part.

An eligible candidate who has qualified the theory exam is permitted to


appear in the practical examination.

A candidate unsuccessful in the first attempt of practical examination is


permitted to undertake two more attempt(s) in practical examination, these
attempts shall be any two practical exams of the exams placed with the
next three sessions of theory exam and after payment of full examination
fees as may be prescribed by the Board.

(Example : candidates qualifying theory exam in June 2010 session shall


appear for their first attempt in the practical exams placed in Sep/Oct/Nov
2010 session compulsorily and in the event of they not passing this
practical exam, the candidate(s) may take any two attempts at the practical
exams placed along with the next three theory sessions)

Absentation at Practical Exam is counted as an attempt.

The list of Broad Specialties in which candidates can undertake DNB Final
examination in June 2010 are mentioned at Annexure IV

For Super Specialties :


The DNB Final is a two-stage examination comprising the theory and
practical part.
An eligible candidate who has qualified the theory exam is permitted to
appear in the practical examination.
A candidate unsuccessful in the first attempt of practical examination is
permitted to undertake one more attempt in practical examination within
two years of passing theory examination.
Absentation at Practical Exam is counted as an attempt.

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ijh{kk
¼czkWM fo'ks"kKrk½ %&
Mh,uch vafre lS)ka frd ,oa O;kogkfjd fgLlksa ls ;qDr ,d nks pj.kh; ijh{kk gSA
,d ;ksX; mEehnokj] ftUgksua s lS}ka frd ijh{kk esa vgZrk izkIr dh gS] dks O;kogkfjd ijh{kk
esa 'kkfey gksus dh vuqefr nh tkrh gSA
O;kogkfjd ijh{kk ds izFke iz;kl esa ,d vlQy mEehnokj dks O;kogkfjd ijh{kk esa nks
vfrfjDr iz;kl djus dh vuqefr nh tkrh gSA ;s iz;kl lS}ka frd ijh{kk ds vxys rhu
l=ksa ds lkFk j[kh xbZ ijh{kkvksa esa ls dksbZ nks O;kogkfjd ijh{kk,a gksx
a h rFkk iw.kZ ijh{kk
'kqYd ds Hkqxrku ds i'pkr& tSlk fd cksMZ }kjk fu/kkZfjr fd;k x;k gSA
mnkgj.k % twu] 2010 l= esa lS)ka frd ijh{kk ikl djus okys mEehnokj vfuok;Z :i ls
flrEcj@vDVwcj@uoEcj 2010 l= esa gksus okyh O;kogkfjd ijh{kkvksa esa vius izFke
iz;kl ds fy, 'kkfey gksx a s vkSj bl O;kogkfjd ijh{kk dks ikl u dj ikus dh fLFkfr
esa mEehnokj vkxkeh rhu lS)ka frd l=ksa esa gksus okyh ijh{kk ds lkFk j[kh xbZ
O;kogkfjd ijh{kkvksa esa dksbZ nks iz;kl dj ldrs gSAa

O;kogkfjd ijh{kk ls vuqifLFkfr dks Hkh ,d iz;kl ds :i esa fxuk tkrk gSA

fo’sk"kKrk,a] ftlesa mEehnokj twu] 2010 esa Mh ,u ch vafre ijh{kk ns ldrs gS&
a dh cksMZ
lwph vuqyXud IV esa mYysf[kr gSA
lqij Lis'kWfyVh %&
Mh,uch Qkbuy nks pj.kksa esa vkiksfur gksus okyh dh ijh{kk gS ftlesa F;kSjh ,oa çSfDVdy
'kkfey gSA
mEehnokj tks F;kSjh ijh{kk esa ;ksX; gksx
a s mUgsa çSfDVdy ijh{kk esa 'kkfey gksus dh vuqefr
nh tk;sxhA
fdlh Hkh mEehnokj dks F;kSjh ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ djus ds ckn nks o"kZ rd çSfDVdy ijh{kk
ikl djus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxhA ;fn mEehnokj igyh ckjh ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ ugh dj
ikrk rks mls ,d vkSj ekSdk fn;k tk;sxkA
çSfDVdy ijh{kk esa vuqifLFkfr dks blesa ,d ekSdk ekuk tk;sxk
Mh,uch Qkbuy ijh{kk 2009 esa lqijLisfyVht dh lwph vuqyXud IV esa nh xbZ gSA

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The list of Super Specialties in which candidates can undertake DNB Final
examination in December 2009 are mentioned at Annexure IV.

4.1 Eligibility (Broad Specialty) :


a. DNB training: Candidates who have undergone training as a DNB
trainee at any National Board of Examinations accredited institute or
any medical college/university recognized institute after having registered
with the Board as a DNB trainee and are completing their prescribed (as
per registration letter) training as DNB trainee by the 15th September
2010 can undertake the Board’s exam in the same specialty subjected
to completion of training by the date mentioned & submission of certificate
to this effect.
Submission of Training Completion Certificate for DNB
trainees is an essential pre-requisite. In case the candidate does
not submit the training Completion certificate (as per applicable
format given in Annexure V & VI ) with the application form, his/
her application may be rejected and fees forfeited.
Ex- candidates are required to submit copy of training completion
certificate as per Annexure VI.
b. MD/MS: Candidates who have passed the final examination leading to
the award of Post Graduate Degree from Indian Universities which are
duly recognized as per provisions of Indian Medical Council Act 1956
i.e. have passed the final examinations for MD/MS degrees on or before
the last date of submission of application form for DNB examination
can apply for the DNB Final examination in same broad specialty. A
proof to this effect has to be submitted along with the application form
for DNB final exam.
Submission of proof of having passed the MD/MS final exam before the
last date of submitting application for DNB Final exam is an essential
pre-requisite. In case the candidate does not submit requisite proof
of passing MD/MS with the application form, his/her application
shall be rejected and fees forfeited.
c. Post Diploma Candidates: Who are registered with the Board and
completing their prescribed training (as per the registration letter) by
the 15th September 2010 are eligible. Submission of Training Completion
Certificate for DNB trainees is an essential pre-requisite. In case the
candidate does not submit the training Completion certificate (as per
applicable format given in Annexure V & VI) with the application form, his/her
application may be rejected and fees forfeited.

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4.2 Eligibility (Super Specialty) :
a. DNB training: Candidates who have undergone training as a DNB
trainee at any National Board of Examinations accredited institute or
any medical college/university recognized institute after having registered
with the Board as a DNB trainee and are completing their 3 years of
training as DNB trainee by the 15th September 2010 can undertake the
Board's exam in the same specialty subjected to completion of training
by the date mentioned & submission of certificate to this effect.

Submission of Provisional Training Completion Certificate for DNB


trainees is an essential pre-requisite, in case the candidate does not
submit the training Completion certificate (as per format given in
AnnexureV) with the application form, his/her application may be rejected
and fees forfeited. Candidates who have not completed their training at
the time of submitting application are also required to submit Annexure
VI within 15 days of completion of their training, failing which their result
will not be declared.
b. DM/MCh : Candidates who have passed the final examination leading to
the award of Post Doctoral Degree from Indian Universities which are duly
recognized as per provisions of Indian Medical Council Act 1956 i.e. have passed
the final examinations for DM/MCh degrees on or before the last date of
submission of application form for DNB examination can apply for the DNB
Final examination in same super specialty. A proof to this effect has to be
submitted along with the application form for DNB final exam.
Submission of proof of having passed the DM/MCh final exam before the last
date of submitting application for DM/MCh Final exam is an essential
prerequisite, in cae the candidate does not submit requisite proof of passing
DM/MCh with the application form, his/her application shall be rejected and
fees forfeited
Candidates not finishing DNB training at the time of submitting application
are required to submit provisional training completion certificate as per
format in AnnexureV and also required to submit Annexure VI within 15
days of completion of their training.

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4-1 ;ksX;rk &
d½ Mh,uch çf'k{k.k tks mEehnokj jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ls ekU;rk çkIr fdlh laLFkku
esa Mh,uch çf'k{kq ds :i esa vFkok Mh,uch çf'k{kq ds :i esa cksMZ esa iathÑr gksus
ds ckn fdlh esfMdy dkyst@fo'ofo|ky; ls ekU;rk çkIr laLFkku esa çf'k{k.k
ys pqds gSa rFkk Mh,uch çf'k{kq ds :i esa viuk fu/kkZfjr çf'k{k.k ¼iathdj.k ds
vuqlkj½ 15 flrEcj 2010 rd iwjk dj jgs gSa os rqjra çHkko ls mfYyf[kr frfFk
rd çf'k{k.k iwjk djus vkSj çek.ki= tek djkus ds fo"k;k/khu mlh fo"k; esa ckMZ
dh ijh{kk ns ldrs gSAa
Mh,uch çf'k{kqvksa ds fy, çf'k{k.k iwjk djus dk çek.ki= tek djkuk iwokZifs {kr
vko';drk gSA vxj mEehnokj vkosnu QkeZ ds lkFk çf'k{k.k iwjk djus dk çek.k
i= ¼vuqyXud 5 vkSj 6 esa fn, x, ykxw çk:i ds vuqlkj½ tek ugha djkrk@djkrh
gS rks mldk vkosnu vLohÑr fd;k tk ldrk gSA
HkwriwoZ mEehnokjksa dks vuqyXud 6 ds vuqlkj çf'k{k.k iwjk djus ds çek.ki= dh
çfr tek djkus dh vko';drk gSA
[k½ MD/MS & tks mEehnokj vafre ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ dj pqds gSa vkSj Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk
ifj"kn vf/kfu;e 1956 ds çko/kkuksa ds vuqlkj fof/kor :i ls ekU;rk çkIr
Hkkjrh; fo'ofo|ky; ls LukrdksÙkj fMxzh ysus tk jgs gSa vFkkZr Mh,uch ijh{kk ds
fy, vkosnu QkeZ tek djus dh vafre frfFk dks ;k mlls igys MD/MS fMxzh
ds fy, vafre ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ dj yh gS] os mlh O;kid fo"k; ¼czkWM Lis'kfyVh½ esa
Mh,uch vafre ijh{kk ds fy, vkosnu dj ldrs gSAa Mh,uch vafre ijh{kk ds fy,
vkosnu QkeZ ds lkFk bl çHkko dk çek.k Hkh tek djuk gSA Mh,uch vafre ijh{kk
ds fy, vkosnu tek djkus dh vafre frfFk ls igys MD/MS vafre ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ
dk çek.k tek djkuk iwokZifs {kr vko';drk gSA mEehnokj vkosnu QkeZ ds lkFk
;fn MD/MS mÙkh.kZ djus dk iwokZifs {kr çek.k tek ugha djrk@djkrh gS] rks
mldk vkosnu vLohÑr dj fn;k tk,xk vkSj 'kqYd tCr dj fn;k tk,xkA
x½ iksLV fMIyksek mEehnokj & tks cksMZ ds lkFk iathÑr gSa vkSj viuh fu/kkZfjr
çf'k{k.k ¼iathdj.k i= ds vuqlkj½ 15 flrEcj 2010 rd iwjk dj jgs gSAa Mh,uch
çf'k{kqvksa ds fy, çf'k{k.k iwjk djus dk çek.ki= tek djkuk iwokZifs {kr vko';drk
gSA vxj mEehnokj vkosnu QkeZ ds lkFk çf'k{k.k iwjk djus dk çek.k i=
¼vuqyXud 5 vkSj 6 esa fn, x, ykxw çk:i ds vuqlkj½ tek ugha djkrk@djkrh
gS rks mldk vkosnu jí fd;k tk ldrk gSA vkSj 'kqYd tCr fd;k tk ldrk gSA
4-2 ;ksX;rk & ¼lqij Lisf'kfyVh½
d½ Mh,uch çf'k{k.k %& mEehnokj dks jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ls ekU;rkçkIr laLFkku ;k
fdlh Hkh esfMdy dkWyt s @fo'ofo|ky; }kjk ekU;rkçkIr laLFkku ls Mh,uch
Vsªfux djuh gksxh rFkk cksMZ ds Mh,uch Vªus h ds :i esa iathÑr gksus ds fy, 15
flrEcj 2010 rd Mh,uch Vsªuh ds :i esa 3 o"kZ dh Vsªfux iwjh djuh gksxhA

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bl lacèa k esa çek.ki=ks esa n'kkZbZ xbZ frfFk ,oa tek djus dh frfFk rd cksMZ }kjk
lapkfyr ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ djuh gksxhA
mEehnokjksa dks Mh,uch Vsªuh ds fy, vko';d iw.kZ visf{kr oSdfYid çf'k{k.k iw.kZrk
çek.ki= tek djuk gksxkA ;fn mEehnokj ¼vuqcèa k &V esa fofuèkkZfjr½ i= ds
vuqlkj Vsªfuax iw.kZrk çek.ki= tek ugh djrk rks mldk vkosnu i= fujLr dj
fn;k tk,xk rFkk mlds }kjk tek djk;k x;k 'kqYd tCr dj fy;k tk;sxk tks
mEehnokj vuqcèa k &V esa fofuèkkZfjr çi= ds vuqlkj 15 fnuksa ds Hkhrj çf'k{k.k
iw.kZrk çek.ki= tek ugh djsxs mudk ifj.kke ?kksf"kr ugh fd;k tk;sxk vkSj
'kqYd tCr dj fy;k tk;sxkA
[k½ Mh,e@,elh,p tks mEehnokj Qkbuy ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ dj ysrk gS mls Hkkjrh;
fpfdR;k ifj"kn~ vfèkfu;e] 1956 ds vuqlkj Hkkjrh; fo'ofo|ky; }kjk çnku
iksLV MkDVksjy fMxh çne nh tk;sxh vFkkZr~ tks mEehnokj Mh,uch Qkbuy ijh{kk
dh vafre frfFk rd Mh,e@,elh,p fMxzh çkIr dj ysrs gS mUgsa Mh,uch Qkbuy
ijh{kk esa 'kkfey gksus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxh bl lacèa k esa Mh,uch Qkbuy ijh{kk
ds vkosnu i= ds lkFk bldk çek.k i= layXu djuk gksxkA Mh,uch Qkbuy
ijh{kk ds fy, vkosnu tek djus dh vafre frfFk rd ;g çek.ki= tek djuk
iwoZ visf{kr gS ;fn mEehnokj viuk Mh,e@,elh,p mÙkh.kZ çek.ki= layXu ugh
djrk gS rks mldk vkosnu i= fujLr dj fn;k tk;sxk rFkk mldk 'kqYd tCr
dj fy;k tk;sxkA

vkosnu tek djkus ds lkFk mEehnokj Mh,uch çf'k{k.k iwjk ugha djrk gS rks
mls vuqyXud 5 esa fn, x, çk:i ds vuqlkj çf'k{k.k iwjk djus dk varfje
çek.ki= tek djuk t:jh gS rFkk viuk çf'k{k.k iwjk gksus ds 15 fnu ds
Hkhrj vuqyXud 6 tek djkuk Hkh t:jh gSA
cksMZ ds lkFk iathÑr lHkh mEehnokjksa dks vafre ijh{kk ds fy, vkosnu QkeZ
ds lkFk jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ls tkjh iathdj.k la[;k dh Lo&çekf.kr çfr
tek djkuh gSA

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All candidates registered with the Board have to submit a self-attested
copy of the registration letter/registration number issued by NBE with the
application form for final exam.
4.3 Examination (Broad Specialties) :

a) Theory Exam

I. The theory exam comprises of four papers, maximum marks 100 each.
II. There are 10 short notes of 10 marks each, in each of the papers. The
number of short notes and their respective marks weightage may vary
in some subjects/some papers.
III. Maximum time permitted is 3 hours.
IV. Candidate must score at least 50% in the aggregate of 4 papers to
qualify the theory exam.
V. Candidates who have qualified the theory exam are permitted to take
up the practical exam.

b) Practical Exam:

I. Maximum Marks: 300.

II. Comprises of Clinical Examination and Viva.

III. Candidate must obtain a minimum of 50 % marks in the Clinical


Examination (including Viva) to qualify for the Practical exam.

IV. There are a maximum of three attempts that can be availed by a


candidate for Practical Exam.

V. First attempt is the practical exam following immediately after the


declaration of theory results.

VI. Second and Third attempt in practical examination shall be permitted


out of the next three sessions of practical examinations placed alongwith
the next three successive theory exam sessions; after payment of full
examination fees as may be prescribed by the Board.

VII. Absentation from Practical Exam is counted as an attempt.

VIII. Appearance in first practical exam is compulsory;

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4-3 ijh{kk ¼czkWM fo'ks"kKrk½
d½ lS)kafrd
i½ lS)kafrd ijh{kk esa pkj ç'ui= 'kkfey gSAa çR;sd ç'ui= vf/kdre 100
vad dk gSA
ii½ çR;sd ç'ui= esa 10 y?kq fVIif.k;k¡ gksrh gSa vkSj çR;sd 10 vad dh gksrh gSA
dqN fo"k;ks@ a dqN ç'ui=ksa esa y|q fVIif.k;ksa dh la[;k vkSj muds fy,
lacfa /kr vad fHkUu&fHkUu gks ldrs gSAa
iii½ vf/kdre 3 ?kaVs dh vuqefr gSA
iv½ mEehnokj dks lS)kafrd ijh{kk esa ikl djus ;k ;ksX; cuus ds fy, dqy
feykdj 4 ç'ui=ksa esa de ls de 50% vad gkfly djus pkfg,A
v½ dsoy lS}ka frd ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ djus okys mEehnokjksa dks gh çk;ksfxd ijh{kk
nsus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxhA
[k½ çk;ksfxd ijh{kk
i½ vf/kdre vad % 300
ii½ blesa Dyhfudy ijh{kk vkSj ekSf[kd ijh{kk 'kkfey gSA
iii½ mEehnokj dks çk;ksfxd ijh{kk ds mÙkh.kZ djus ;k ;ksX; cuus ds fy,
Dyhfudy ijh{kk ¼ekSf[kd lfgr½ esa de ls de 50% vad gkfly djus
pkfg,A
iv½ çk;ksfxd ijh{kk ds fy, mEehnokj vf/kdre 3 ç;kl gkfly dj ldrk
gSA
v½ igyk ç;kl og çk;ksfxd ijh{kk gS tks lS)kafrd ijh{kk ds ifj.kke dh
?kks"k.kk ds rqjra ckn vkrk gSA
vi½ cksMZ }kjk çk;ksfxd ijh{kk ds nwljs vkSj rhljs ç;kl dh vuqefr fu/kkZfjr
ijh{kk ds iwjs 'kqYd ds Hkqxrku ds ckn nh tk,xh vkSj ;g vxys rhu F;kSjh
ijh{kk l=ksa ds lkFk vk;ksftr çk;ksfxd ijh{kkvksa esa ls gksx
a As
vii½ çk;ksfxd ijh{kk ls vuqifLFkfr dh x.kuk ,d ç;kl ds :i esa dh
tkrh gSA
viii½ çFke çk;ksfxd ijh{kk esa cSBuk vfuok;Z gSA
ix½ ijh{kk dsUnz cnuys ds vkxzg ij fopkj ugha fd;k tkrk gS D;ksfa d mldh
vuqefr ugha gSA
x½ mEehnokj dks jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ esa iSjoh djus dh t:jr ugha gSA

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4.4 Examination (Super Specialties) :

a) Theory Exam

I. The theory exam comprises of four papers, maximum marks 100 each.
II. There are 10 short notes of 10 marks each, in each of the papers. The
number of short notes and their respective marks weightage may vary
in some subjects/some papers.
III. Maximum time permitted is 3 hours for each paper.
IV. Candidate must score at least 50% in the aggregate of 3 papers to
qualify the theory exam.
V. Candidates who have qualified the theory exam are permitted to take
up the practical exam.

b) Practical Exam:

I. Maximum Marks: 300.

II. Comprises of Clinical Examination and Viva.

III. Candidate must obtain a minimum of 50% marks in the Clinical


Examination (including Viva) to qualify for the Practical exam.

IV. There are a maximum of two attempts that can be availed by a candidate
for Practical Exam.

V. First attempt is the practical exam following immediately after the


declaration of theory results.

VI. The final attempt can be taken by the candidate within two years of
passing the theory exam.

VII. Absentation from Practical Exam is counted as an attempt.

VIII. Appearance in first practical exam is compulsory.

IX. Requests for Change in center of exam are not entertained, as the
same is not permissible.

x Candidates are required not to canvass with NBE for above.

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4-4 ijh{kk ¼lqij Lis'kWfyVh½
d½ lS)kafrd
i½ lS)kafrd ijh{kk esa pkj ç'ui= 'kkfey gSAa çR;sd ç'ui= vf/kdre 100
vad dk gSA
ii½ çR;sd ç'ui= esa 10 y?kq fVIif.k;k¡ gksrh gSa vkSj çR;sd 10 vad dh gksrh gSA
dqN fo"k;ks@ a dqN ç'ui=ksa esa y|q fVIif.k;ksa dh la[;k vkSj muds fy,
lacfa /kr vad fHkUu&fHkUu gks ldrs gSAa
iii½ vf/kdre 3 ?kaVs dh vuqefr gSA
iv½ mEehnokj dks lS)kafrd ijh{kk esa ikl djus ;k ;ksX; cuus ds fy, dqy
feykdj 3 ç'ui=ksa esa de ls de 50% vad gkfly djus pkfg,A
v½ dsoy lS}ka frd ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ djus okys mEehnokjksa dks gh çk;ksfxd ijh{kk
nsus dh vuqefr nh tk;sxhA
[k½ çk;ksfxd ijh{kk
i½ vf/kdre vad % 300
ii½ blesa Dyhfudy ijh{kk vkSj ekSf[kd ijh{kk 'kkfey gSA
iii½ mEehnokj dks çk;ksfxd ijh{kk ds mÙkh.kZ djus ;k ;ksX; cuus ds fy,
Dyhfudy ijh{kk ¼ekSf[kd lfgr½ esa de ls de 50% vad gkfly djus
pkfg,A
iv½ çk;ksfxd ijh{kk ds fy, mEehnokj vf/kdre 3 ç;kl gkfly dj ldrk
gSA
v½ igyk ç;kl og çk;ksfxd ijh{kk gS tks lS)kafrd ijh{kk ds ifj.kke dh
?kks"k.kk ds rqjra ckn vkrk gSA
vi½ mEehnokjksa dks F;kSjh ijh{kk ikl djus ds ckn nks o"kZ ds Hkhrj çSfDVdy
ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ djuh gksxhA
vii½ çk;ksfxd ijh{kk ls vuqifLFkfr dh x.kuk ,d ç;kl ds :i esa dh
tk;sxhA
viii½ çFke çk;ksfxd ijh{kk esa cSBuk vfuok;Z gSA
ix½ ijh{kk dsUnz cnuys ds vkxzg ij fopkj ugha fd;k tkrk gS D;ksfa d mldh
vuqefr ugha gSA
x½ mEehnokj dks jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ esa iSjoh djus dh t:jr ugha gSA

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IX. Requests for Change in center of exam are not entertained, as the
same is not permissible.

x Candidates are required not to canvass with NBE for above.


4.5 Date of Examination

a) Theory ( Broad Specialty)


12/06/2010
Paper I: 09:30 – 12:30 PM.
Paper II: 2:00 – 5:00 PM.

13/06/2010
Paper III: 09:30 – 12:30
Paper IV: 2:00 – 5:00 PM.

Paper II: 02:00 – 05:00


b) Theory ( Super Specialty)
Saturday the 12th June 2010
Paper I: 09:30 – 12:30 PM.

Sunday the 13th June 2010


Paper III: 09:30 – 12:30 P.M.

c) Practical

The date, time and venue of practical examination shall be intimated


to all eligible candidates by letters usually sent by Speed Post.

The date, time and venue are also displayed at the website
www.natboard.edu.in

The Board reserves the right to allot a practical center any where
in the country; the candidates shall make their own arrangement
for travel/boarding etc.

Change in centre of the practical exam is not permitted.

Candidates are advised not to make any representations/not to


canvass in this regard.

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4-3 ijh{kk dh frfFk
d½ lS)kafrd ¼czkWM fo'ks"kKrk½
12@06@2010
ç'ui= 1 çkr% 09%30 nksigj 12%30
ç'ui= 2 nksigj 2%00 lk;a 5%00
13@06@2010
ç'ui= 3 çkr% 09%30 nksigj 12%30
ç'ui= 4 nksigj 2%00 lk;a 5%00

¼[k½ çk;ksfxd
vkerkSj ij LihM iksLV ls Hksts x, i= ds ek/;e ls lHkh ;ksX;
mEehnokjksa dks çk;ksfxd ijh{kk dh frfFk] le; vkSj txg dh lwpuk
nh tk,xhA
frfFk] le; vkSj txg osclkbV www.natboard.edu.in ij Hkh
çnf'kZr dh tkrh gSAa ns'k esa dgha Hkh çk;ksfxd dsUnz vkoafVr djus
dk vf/kdkj cksMZ ds ikl lqjf{kr gSA ;k=k@Bgjus bR;kfn ds fy,
O;oLFkk mEehnokjksa dh [kqn djuh gksxhA
çk;ksfxd ijh{kk ds dsUnz esa ifjorZu dh vuqefr ugha gSA mEehnokjksa
dks bl lac/a k dksbZ çfrfuf/kRo u djus dh lykg nh tkrh gSA

d½ lS)kafrd ¼lqij Lis'kWfyVh½


'kkfuokj 12 twu 2010
ç'ui= 1 çkr% 09%30 nksigj 12%30

jfookj 13 twu 2010


ç'ui= 3 çkr% 09%30 nksigj 12%30

ç'ui= 2 nksigj 2%00 lk;a 5%00

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4.4 Declaration of DNB Final Results
A. DNB final is a qualifying examination.
B. Results of DNB final examinations (theory & practical) are declared as
PASS/FAIL.
C. The details of marks obtained/grading in final theory/practical Examinations
will be provided to unsuccessful candidates.
D. There will be no re-evaluation or rechecking/retotaling of papers.
Requests for re-evaluation/retotling shall not be entertained.
E. The results can also be seen on website www.natboard.edu.in or at the
(Ansari Nagar) office of the Board. The signed copy of results shall be
treated as final for all intents and purposes.
F. Candidates successful in theory exam will be informed by means of a
letter, about details of the practical center. No separate certificates for
passing theory examination will be issued. These letters are sent by SPEED
POST.
The practical exam centers can also be seen at the website
www.natboard.edu.in
G. Candidates successful in the practical examination are sent Provisional
Certificate of Passing DNB individually by Speed Post.
H. Under normal circumstances the certificates of passing are
dispatched to the candidates within four weeks of declaration of
results, however, due to unforeseen circumstances, this period may
vary.
I. For duplicate provisional pass certificate submit a request letter stating
reasons to issue a duplicate certificate, copy of FIR lodged with police
authorities for loss of certificate, affidavit in support of application (attested
by public notary/oath commissioner/judicial magistrate), fee of five hundred
rupees by demand draft favouring National Board of Examinations, payable
at New Delhi.
J. Candidates are advised not to canvass or approach the Board for handing
over the passing certificate.
4.5 Enrolment Fees & Award of DNB Certificates.
All successful candidates have to pay enrolment fees of Rs.1000/- (One
Thousand Only), towards enrolment as a Diplomate of National Board of
Examinations.
The fees is to be paid by a Pay order/DD favoring “National Board of
Examinations”, payable at New Delhi, within one month of passing the
DNB Final examination.
After enrolment as Diplomate of National Board, the DNB Certificates
are awarded at a Convocation Ceremony, details for the same are
announced separately.
The details of convocation are announced at the website
www.natboard.edu.in;15 30 may receive the DNB certificate in
Candidates
4-4 Mh,uch vafre ijh{kk ds ifj.kkeksa dh ?kks"k.kk
d- Mh,uch vafre ijh{kk ;ksX; cukus okyh ijh{kk gSA
[k- Mh,uch vafre ijh{kkvksa ¼lS)kafrd vkSj çk;ksfxd½ ds ifj.kke mÙkh.kZ@vuqÙkh.kZ ds
:i esa ?kksf"kr fd, tkrs gSAa
x- vafre lS)kafrd@çk;ksfxd ijh{kkvksa esa çkIr vadks@ a xzfs Max dk fooj.k vlQy
mEehnokjksa dks miyC/k djk;k tk,xkA
?k ç'ui=ksa dk iqu%ewY;kadu ;k iqu% tkap@vadksa dks iqu% tksM+uk ugha gksxkA
iqu% ewY;kadu@tkap ds ckjs esa vkosnuksa ij fopkj ugh fd;k tk,xkA
M- ijh{kk ifj.kke www.natboard.edu.in ij ;k cksMZ ds dk;kZy; ¼valkjh
uxj½ esa Hkh ns[ks tk ldrs gSAa ifj.kkeksa dh gLrk{kfjr çfr dks lHkh ukfer vkSj
mís';ksa ds fy, vafre ekuk tk,xkA
p- lS)kafrd ijh{kk esa lQy mEehnokjksa dks çk;ksfxd dsUnz ds fooj.k lfgr i= ds
ek/;e ls lwfpr fd;k tk,xkA
N lS)kafrd ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ djus ds fy, vyx ls dksbZ çek.ki= tkjh ugha fd;k
tk,xkA ;s i= LihM iksLV ls Hksts tkrs gSAa
t çk;ksfxd ijh{kk ds dsUnz osclkbV www.natboard.edu.in ij Hkh ns[ks tk ldrs gSa
çk;ksfxd ijh{kk esa lQy mEehnokjksa dks Mh,uch mÙkh.kZ djus ds vuafre çek.ki=
O;fDrxr :i ls LihM iksLV ds tfj, Hksts tkrs gSAa
lkekU; ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa mÙkh.kZ çek.ki= ifj.kke ?kksf"kr gksus ds pkj g¶rksa ds Hkhrj
mEehnokjksa dks Hkst fn, tkrs gS]a gkyk¡fd] vn`"V ifjfLFkfr;ksa ds dkj.k ;g
vof/k fHkUu gks ldrh gSA
> MqIyhdsV vuafre mÙkh.kZ çek.ki= ds fy, MqIyhdsV çek.ki= tkjh djkus dk
dkj.k crkrs gq,] çek.ki= xqe gksus ds fy, iqfyl çkf/kdkj esa ntZ çFke lwpuk
fjiksVZ ¼,QvkbZvkj½ dh çfr] vkosnu ds leFkZu esa ,fQMsfoV ¼ifCyd uksVjh@vksFk
dfe'kuj@U;kf;d eftLVªVs ls lR;kfir½] jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ds i{k es]a ubZ fnYyh
es a ns ; fMeka M Mª k ¶V ds ek/;e ls 500 #i;s dk 'kq Y d lfgr
vuqjks/k i= tek djk,aA
. mEehnokjksa dk lykg nh tkrh gS fd os mÙkh.kZ çek.ki= ysus ds fy, cksMZ esa iSjoh
;k laidZ u djsAa
4-5 ukekadu 'kqYd vkSj Mh,uch çek.ki= çnku djuk
lHkh lQy mEehnokjksa dks jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ds :i esa ukekadu ds fy,
#- 1000@& ¼,d gtkj ek=½ ukekadu 'kqYd tek djuk gSA
Mh,uch vafre ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ djus ds 1 eghus ds Hkhrj jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ds i{k
esa is- vkMZj@Mh-Mh ds tfj, 'kqYd dk Hkqxrku djuk gSA fMIykseVs vkWQ us'kuy
cksMZ ds :i esa ukekadu ds ckn nh{kkar lekjksg esa Mh,uch çek.ki= çnku fd, tkrs
gSAa mlds forj.k dh ?kks"k.kk vyx ls dh tk,xhA
mEehnokj nh{kkar lekjksg ;k vyx ls mifLFkr gksdj Hkh Mh,uch çek.ki= çkIr dj
ldrs gSAa vxj mEehnokj viuh vuqifLFkfr esa Mh,uch çkIr djus dk bPNqd gS rks
#- 1000@& vuqifLFkfr 'kqYd ds :i esa tek djkus gksx a As

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person at the convocation or inabsentia. In case a candidate wishes to
obtain DNB in absentia, an absentia fee of Rs. 1000/- is to be paid.

DNB IN A DIFFERENT BROAD


SPECIALTY BY CANDIDATES
HOLDING MD/MS/DNB IN A BROAD
SPECIALTY.
Candidates who possess DNB/MS/MD qualification and are pursuing
DNB in a different broad specialty subject than the subject of their DNB/
MS/MD, after having registered with the Board as a DNB trainee can
appear in the final examination provided they complete the requisite training
by 15th September 2010.

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czkM Lis'kWfyVh esa MD/MS/DNB
/kkjd mEehnokjksa }kjk fHkUu czkWM
Lis'kWfyVh esa DNB
tks mEehnokj DNB/MD/MS ;ksX;rk j[krs gSa vkSj Mh,uch çf'k{kq ds :i esa cksMZ esa
iathÑr gksus ds ckn viuh DNB/MD/MS fo"k; ds vykok fHkUu czkM Lis'kWfyVh fo"k;
esa DNB dj jgs gS]a vafre ijh{kk esa cSB ldrs gSa c'krsZ os vko';d çf'k{k.k 15 flrEcj
2010 rd iwjk dj ysx a As

cksMZ esa iathÑr lHkh mEehnokjksa dks vafre ijh{kk ds fy, vkosnu
QkeZ ds lkFk jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ls tkjh iathdj.k i=@iathdj.k
la[;k dh Lo&çekf.kr çfr djkuh gSA

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All candidates registered with the Board have to submit a self-
attested copy of the registration letter/registration number issued
by NBE with the application form for final exam.

CENTRES FOR FINAL-


EXAMINATION

The tentative/proposed list of various theory centers is given below.

Centres in India (For DNB Final theory exam.)

Sl. No. Place

1. Ahmedabad
2. Bangalore
3. Bhopal
4. Mumbai
5. Nagpur
6. Kolkata
7. Delhi
8. Guwahati
9. Hyderabad
10. Chennai
11. Trivandrum
12. Panaji
13. Chandigarh*

The exact venue will be informed to the eligible candidates by post through admit
card.

National Board of Examinations reserves right to cancel/add any other centre


including those mentioned here in above. (*Provisional)

The candidate(s) shall appear at the center allocated by the National Board at
his/her own cost.

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vafre ijh{kk ds fy, dsUnz
vafre ijh{kk ds fy, dsUnz lS)kafrd ijh{kk ds fofHkUu dsUnzkas dh
ijh{k.kkRed@çLrkfor lwph uhps nh xbZ gS&

Hkkjr esa dsUnz ¼ DNB vafre lS)kafrd ijh{kk ds fy,½


Ø- la- txg
1- vgenkckn
2- caxykSj
3- Hkksiky
4- eqacbZ
5- ukxiqj
6- dksydkrk
7- fnYyh
8- xqokgkVh
9- gSnjkckn
10- psUubZ
11- fr:vuariqje
12- i.kth
13- p.Mhx<+*

;ksX; mEehnokjksa dks ços'k i= ds tfj, Mkd ls lgh ijh{kk LFky dh lwpuk nh tk,xhA
;gk¡ mDr mfYyf[kr lfgr dsUnzkas dks jí djus@vU; dsUnz tksMu+ s dk vf/kdkj jk"Vªh;
ijh{kk cksMZ ds ikl lqjf{kr gSA ¼*vuafre½
mEehnokj ¼vks½a dks vius [kpZ ij jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ }kjk vkoafVr dsUnz ij gkftj gksuk
gksxkA
ijh{kk esa 'kkfey gksus okys mEehnokjksa ds fy, ns'k Hkj esa fdlh Hkh dsUnz dks vkoafVr
djus dk vf/kdkj cksMZ ds ikl lqjf{kr gSA
;ks x mEehnokjks a dh lw p h vkS j va f re ijh{kkvks a dh txg dks os c lkbV
www.natboard.edu.in ij Hkh ns[kk tk ldrk gSA

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The Board also reserves the right to allocate centers to the candidates for
appearing in the exam at any center across the country.

The list of eligible candidates and venue of FINAL examinations can also be
seen on the website www.natboard.edu.in.
INSTRUCTIONS TO
THE CANDIDATES FOR FILLING
THE APPLICATION FORM FOR DNB
FINAL EXAMINATION JUNE 2010
1. There are 3 forms & a checklist.

a. Computer Readable Scannable Form


b. Non-Scanable Form.
c. Specimen Form
d. Check List

2. Kindly fill your data in specimen sheet before you fill the Scannable &
Non Scannable forms. (Specimen sheet has to be retained by the candidate)

3. Only Non-Scanable form, Scanable form and the Check List have to be
submitted along with annexure documents.

4. The scannable form must be submitted in a separate envelope No


documents / drafts have to be enclosed with the scannable form. This envelope
should then be put in the bigger envelope alongwith the Non scnnable form
and other documents.

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Mh,uch vafre ijh{kk
twu 2010 ds fy, vkosnu
Q+keZ Hkjus ds fy,
mEehnokjksa ds fy, funsZ'k
1- rhu QkeZ vkSj ,d tkap lwph gksrh gSA
d dEI;wVj iBuh; Ldsu;ksX; Q+keZ
[k ukWu&Ldsucs y Q+keZ
x uewuk Q+keZ
?k tkap lwph

2- d`i;k Ldsu;ksX; vkSj ukWu&Ldsucs y Q+keZ Hkjus ls iwoZ uewuk i= esa viuk MkVk Hkjsa
(uewuk i= mEehnokj dks vius ikl j[kuk gS)a

3- dsoy ukWu&Ldsucs y Q+keZ] Ldsu ;ksX; Q+keZ vkSj tkap lwph dks vuqyXud nLrkostksa
ds lkFk tek djuk gSA

4- Ldsu;ksX; Q+keZ vyx fyQkQs esa j[kdj tek djkuk pkfg,A Ldsu;ksX; Q+keZ ds
lkFk dksbZ nLrkost@elkSnk layXu ugha djkuk gSA bl fyQkQs dks fQj cM+s
fyQkQs esa ukWu&Ldsucs y Q+keZ vkSj vU; nLrkostksa ds lkFk tek djkuk pkfg,A

5- ukWu&Ldsuscy Q+keZ ds lkFk izek.ki=ksa dh izfr;ka vkSj tek iphZ


(,uchbZ dh izfr) layXu djuh pkfg,A

6- vkxs fn, x, izk:i ds vuqlkj tkap lwph vkosnu Q+keZ ds lkFk layXu
dj cksMZ ds dk;kZy; esa tek djkuh gSA

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5. Enclose photocopies of certificates and Pay-In-Slip (NBE copy) with
the Non Scannable form.

6. The check list as in this information bulletin is to be annexed with the


application form to be submitted to the NBE office.
APPLICATION FORM FOR DNB-FINAL
CHECKLIST
TICK THE ENCLOSURES
1. Pay-In-Slip (NBE copy)
2. Scanable Form
3. Non-scanable form
4. (a) MD/MS passing certificate
(a) DM/MCh passing certificate
(Only for MD/MS pass candidates applying for DNB final- Broad
specialties)
5. DNB Training completion certificate
(Only for candidates who have undergone DNB training)
6. Documents supporting registration with the Board (Only for DNB
trainees) -
(a) An attested copy of the letter of registration issued from the registration
section of the Board.
(b) If you have not been registered at one of the NBE accredited institute for
DNB training, you are required to submit letter from your Head of the
institution certifying that you have been enrolled under 1:1 ratio clause
against a MD/MS/DM/MCh seat awarded to your institution by MCI/Uni-
versity in your speciality.
7. Documents supporting post graduate qualification being recognized as
per the provisions of IMC Act 1956. (Only for MD/ MS/ DM/ MCh candi-
dates)-
IMR certificate of registration of additional qualification(s) U/S 26(1) of
IMC Act 1956, issued by MCI An attested copy of IMC Act stating recogni-
tion status of your PG qualification.
8. Copies of other relevant documents (MBBS Degree certificate, DNB
Registration Number Copy, MCI/SMC registration copy, thesis approval
letter).

(Enclose Attested/Self-Certified Photocopies only)

Self Certificate
I have read the instructions given in the Bulletin of Information and I am eligible
to appear in the DNB-FINAL examination.

I have passed MD/MS Examination on_________________ OR I have completed/


shall be completing my 3 years DNB training on _____________________.
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Name & Signature of the candidate ______________________
Mh,uch &vafre ds fy, vkosnu Q+keZ tkap lwph
layXudksa ij lgh dk fu'kku yxk,a
1- tek iphZ&,uchbZ izfr
2- Ldsu ;ksX; Q+keZ
3- ukWu Ldsucs y Q+keZ
4- ¼d½ ,eMh@,e,l mRrh.kZ izek.ki=
¼[k½ Mh,e@,elh,p mRrh.kZ izek.ki=
(Mh,uch Qkbuy czkM W Lisf'kfyVh esfa lQ+Z ,eMh@,e,l mRrh.kZ mEehnokjksa ds fy,a)
5- Mh,uch izf'k{k.k iwjk djus dk izek.ki=
(flQ+Z Mh,uch izf'k{k.k ysus okys mEehnokjksa ds fy, a)
6- cksMZ esa iathdj.k ds leFkZu esa nLrkost (flQ+Z Mh,uch izf'k{kqvksa a ds fy, a)-
d- cksMZ ds iathdj.k [kaM ls tkjh fd;k x, iathdj.k ds i= dh lR;kfir izfr
[k- vxj vkius Mh,uch izf'k{k.k ds fy, jk"Vªh; ijh{kk cksMZ ls ekU;rk izkIr laLFkk
esa iathdj.k ugha djk;k gS] rks vkidks vius laLFkk ize[q k ls ,slk i= tek djkuk
gksxk tks ;g izekf.kr djrk gks fd vkids fo"k; esa Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk
ifj"kn@fo'ofo|ky; us vkidh laLFkk dks iznRr ,eMh@,e,l@Mh,e@,elh,p
lhV 1%1 dh mi/kkjk ds rgr ukekafdr fd, x, gSAas
7- LukrdksRrj ;ksX;rk ds leFkZu esa nLrkost Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk ifj"kn vf/kfu;e
1956 ds izko/kkuksa ds vuqlkj ekU;rk izkIr gSAa ¼flQ+Z ,eMh@,e,l@Mh,e@,elh,p
mEehnokjksa ds fy,½
Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk ifj"kn ls tkjh] Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk ifj"kn vf/kfu;e 1956 dh
/kkjk 26 (1) ds rgr vfrfjDr ;ksX;rk (vksa) ds iathdj.k dk vkbZ,evkj
izek.ki=@ vkidh LukrdksRrj ;ksX;rk ds ekU;rk izkIr gksus ds ntsZ dks crkus
okys Hkkjrh; fpfdRlk ifj"kn vf/kfu;e dh izekf.kr izfr
8- vU; izklkafxd nLrkostksa dh izfr;ka (,echch,l mikf/k dk izek.ki=] Mh,uch
iathdj.k la[;k dh izfr] ,elhvkbZ@,l,elh iathdj.k dh izfr] Fkhfll
vuqeksnu i=)
(flQZ lR;kfir@Lo&izekf.kr Nk;kizfr;ka layXu djsa)
Lo izek.ki=
eSua s lwpuk cqyfs Vu esa fn, x, funsZ'k i<+ fy, gSa vkSj eSa Mh,uch vafre ijh{kk esa
cSBus ds fy, ;ksX; gwAa
eSua s ---------------------------- dks ,eMh@,e,l ijh{kk mRrh.kZ dj yh gS ;k eSua s ---------------------
--- dks viuk 3 lky dk Mh,uch izf'k{k.k iwjk dj fy;k gS@iwjk dj ywx a k@ywx a hA
mEehnokj dk uke vkSj gLrk{kj------------------

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Annexure - I

No. V 11015/17/83-ME. (Policy)


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE
(DEPT. OF HEALTH)

New Delhi, Dated the 19th September, 1983

NOTIFICATION
S. O. In exercise of the power conferred by sub-section (2) of section (ii) of
the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956), the Central Government
after consulting the Medical Council of India, hereby makes the following
further amendments in the First Schedule of the Act, namely:
(i) In the entries relating to National Board of Examinations, New Delhi after
the entry Membership of National Academy of Medical Sciences
(Microbiology)
……. M.N.A.M.S. (micro) the following entries shall be inserted, namely:
Membership of the National Academy M.N.A.M.S. (Family Medicine)
of Medical Science (Family Medicine)
Membership of the National Academy M.N.A.M.S Biochemistry)
of Medical Science (Biochemistry)
Membership of the National academy M.N.A.M.S (Nuclear Medicine)
of Medical Science (Nuclear Medicine)
Membership of the National Academy M.N.A.M.S
of the Medical Sciences (Clinical Pharmacology and therapeutics)
(Clinical Pharmacology and therapeutics)
(ii) “The M.N.A.M.S. qualifications in various disciplines granted by the National
Board of Examinations, New Delhi as included in this Schedule, shall be
recognized medical qualifications only when granted on or before 30th
August, 1982”
(iii) As a result of the change of nomenclature of the medical qualification
granted by the National Board of Examinations, New Delhi, from M.N.A.M.S.
(Membership of the National Academy of Medical Sciences) to Diplomate
NB (Diplomate of National Board), in the entries relating to National Board
of Examinations, New Delhi, after the foot note related to M.N.A.M.S.
qualification, etc. following entries shall be inserted, namely.

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“ The Diplomate of National Board qualification in various disciplines
granted by the National Board of Examination, New Delhi, shall be
recognized medical qualifications when granted on or after 30th August
1982”.
Diplomate National Board (Physiology) …Diplomate N.B. (Phy)
Diplomate National Board (General Medicine) …Diplomate N.B. (Gen. Med)
Diplomate National Board (General Surgery) …Diplomate N.B. (Gen. Sur.)
Diplomate National Board (Ophthalmology) …Diplomate N.B. (Ophth)
Diplomate National Board (Anesthesiology) …Diplomate N.B. (Anaes)
Diplomate National Board (Social and
Preventive Medicine. …Diplomate N.B. (S.P.M)
Diplomate National Board (Psychiatry) …Diplomate N.B. (Psy)
Diplomate National Board (Paediatrics) …Diplomate N.B. (Paed)
Diplomate National Board (Orthopaedics) …Diplomate N.B. (Ortho)
Diplomate National Board (Radio-diagnosis) …Diplomate N.B. (Radio Dig)
Diplomate National Board (Radio Therapy) …DiplomateN.B. (Radio Therapy)
Diplomate National Board (Health Adminstration …Diplomate N.B. (Health Admn.
including Hospital Administration including Hospital Admn.)
Diplomate National Board … Diplomate N.B.
(Oto-rhinolaryngology) (Oto-rhinolaryngology)
Diplomate National Board … Diplomate N.B.
(Dermatology & Venereology) (Derm. & Vener)
Diplomate National Board … Diplomate N.B.
(Obstetrics & Gynaecology) (Obst. & Gyne)
Diplomate National Board … Diplomate N.B.
(Respiratory Diseases) (Resp. Diseases)
Diplomate National Board … Diplomate N.B.
(Neuro Surgery) (Neuro Surgery)
Diplomate National Board … Diplomate N.B
(Paediatric Surgery) (Paed. Surgery)
Diplomate National Board … Diplomate N.B.
(Neurology)
(Neurology)
Diplomate National Board Diplomate N.B.
(Plastic Surgery) (Plastic Surgery)
Diplomate National Board Diplomate N.B.
(Genito-Urinary Surgery) (Genito-Urinary Surgery)
Diplomate National Board Diplomate N.B.
(Cardio-Thoracic Surgery) (Cardio-thoracic Surgery)
Diplomate National Board Diplomate N.B.
(Physical Medicine Rehabilition) (Phy. Med. & Rehab.)
Diplomate National Board Diplomate N.B.
(Forensic Medicine) …(Forensic Medicine)

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Diplomate National Board Diplomate N.B.
(Maternal Child Health) …(Maternal Child Health)
Diplomate National Board Diplomate N.B.
(Nephrology)
(Nephrology)
Diplomate National Board (Cardiology) Diplomate N.B. (Cardiology)
Diplomate National Board Diplomate N.B.
(Gastro-enterology)
(Gastro-enterology)
Diplomate National Board (Microbiology) Diplomate N.B. (Microbiology)
Diplomate National Board Diplomate N.B.
(Family Medicine)
(Family Medicine)
Diplomate National Board (Pathology) …Diplomate N.B. (Pathology)
Diplomate National Board (Biochemistry) …Diplomate N.B. (Biochem)
Diplomate National Board (Nuclear Medicine) …Diplomate N.B.
(Nuclear Medicine)
Diplomate National Board …Diplomate N.B.
(Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics) …(Clinical Pharm. and
Therapeutic)
Sd/-
(P.C. Jain)
UNDER SECRETARY to the
Govt. of India

To
The General Manager,
Government of India Press,
Mayapuri, Ring Road, New Delhi
A/o. V11015/17/83-M.E. (P)
Copy forwarded for information
1. The Secretary, Medical Council of India Kotla Road, New Delhi
2. Dte. Gen. of Health Services, New Delhi
3. All State Government/ Union Territories.
4. Ministry of Law & Justice, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi
5. National Medical Library, (to arrange 50 copies of Gazette Notifications)
6. The Secretary-cum-Registrar, National Board of Examinations, New
Delhi

sd/-
(P.C. Jain)
UNDER SECRETARY

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ANNEXURE-II

No.V.11025/13/2004-ME(P-I)
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
(Department of Health & Family Welfare)
New Delhi, Dated the 1st June, 2006

To
The Health Secretaries of all States/U.T.s
Sub: D.N.B. qualification awarded by the National Board of Examinations-
Equivalence of Board’s qualification for appointment as teachers-
Regarding

Sir,
I am directed to invite your kind attention to this Ministry’s letter No. V.11025/
6/94-ME(UG), dated 2.10.1994 (copy enclosed) on the above mentioned subject
wherein it was stated that due importance to NBE qualifications may be given
and the same may be treated at par with MD/MS degrees of Indian Universities
or all posts, including teaching posts as National Board of Examinations is an
autonomous body directly under the control of the Central Government and
is keeping high standard of medical education. It was also provided their in
that for teaching appointments in Broad specialities, the holder of Diplomate
NBE should have at least one year teaching experience as Tutor/Registrar/
Demonstrator or equivalent post in a recognized medical college imparting
undergraduate training to be eligible for appointment as Lecturer, and the
holder of Diplomate NBE in Super-Specialities is required to undergo training
for two years in a recognized medical college having recognized postgraduate
medical degree in the concerned speciality to be eligible for appointment as
Lecturer.
2 The Government has reviewed in detail the issue of the above requirement
of additional one/two years teaching experience for DNB degree holders for
appointment as Lecturer in Broad Specialities/Super-specialities. After taking
into consideration all facts of the matter, the Government has come to the
conclusion that for the purpose of appointment of DNB degree holders to the
teaching posts, the requirement of additional one/two years teaching experience
as stipulated in the above instructions dated 3.10.1994 needs to be discontinued.
Accordingly, these instructions stand amended to this extent.

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3.It was also brought to the notice of this Ministry that some of the employing
organizations are not considering the medical qualifications awarded by the
National Board of Examinations a s equivalent to MD/MS, DM/M.Ch. degrees
awarded by various other universities for appointment to various posts. The
advertisements issued for specialist/faculty positions by various recruiting
agencies thus do not invited applications from the holders of the DNB
qualifications. As clarified in the above instructions dated 3.10.94, it is reiterated
that the medical qualifications awarded by NBE are recognized qualifications
included in the First Schedule to IMC Act, 1956 and are considered at par with
MD/MS,DM/M.Ch qualifications of other universities.
4. It is therefore requested that the above position may please be brought to
the notice of recruiting agencies under your control that while advertising for
various positions for which MD/MS, DM/M.Ch. qualifications are required, it
may also be specifically mentioned therein that hose candidates possessing
the DNB qualifications are also eligible to apply for such positions. Further,
in view of the above decision to discontinue the requirement of teaching
experience of one/two years for those having Diplomate NBE qualifications
in broad/super-speciality disciplines for appointment to teaching posts, the
candidates possessing the DNB qualifications may be considered for
appointment to teaching posts as Lecturer in speciality/ super speciality
disciplines without insisting on the additional teaching experience.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(K.V.S Rao)
Under Secretary to the Government of India.

Copy forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:


1. The Secretary, Union Public Service Commission, New Delhi
2. All Ministries/Departments of Government of India
3. All Universities
4. The President, National Board of Examinations, Ansari Nagar, New
Delhi
5. The Secretary, Medical Council of India, Pocket 14, Sector-8, Dwarka,
Phase-I New Delhi
6. DGHS
7. JS(VC)/JS (BT)
8. Director (ME)/US (ME-I)/US (ME-III)/IV/US (DE)/US (ME)
9. ME (P-I)/ME (P-II), ME-I/ME-II/DE Section
10. CHS-I/CHS-II/CHS-III/CHS-IV/CHS-V Section

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ANNEXURE II A

No.V. 11025/6/94-ME (UG)


Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

New Delhi, the 3.10.94


To
Health Secretaries of all State/U.T. Govts.

Sub: NBE qualifications awarded by the National board of Examination-


Equivalence of
Sir,
I am directed to say that medical qualification awarded by the National Board
of Examinations are included in the First Schedule to the Indian Medical Council
Act, 1956 and are considered at par with Postgraduate Medical qualifications
of the Indian universities. However, it has been brought to our notice that
employing organizations are not recognizing these degrees at par with MD/
MS degrees of other universities. As the National Board of Examinations, an
autonomous body directly under the control of the Central Govt., is keeping
high standard of medical examinations and it is requested that all concerned
may please be instructed to give due importance to NBE qualifications and
treat them at par with MD/MS of Indian Universities for all posts, including
teaching post.

The Medical Council of India while considering the question of equivalence of


MAMC/MNAMS/Dip. N.B. qualification awarded by the National Board of
Examinations with M.D./M.S. and D.M./M.Ch. qualifications granted by the
university/medical Institutions, has adopted the following recommendation,
which was circulated to all the authorities concerned by the Council on 6.12.93
for information and necessary guidance:

It is recommended that for teaching appointments in the broad specialities the


holder of Diplomate NBE should have at least 1 year teaching experience as
Tutor/Registrar/Demonstrator or equivalent post in a recognized medical college
imparting undergraduate teaching and training for appointment as Lecturer.
Regarding the candidates holding Diplomate NBE in super specialities, the
training shall be for 2 years in a recognized medical college having recognised
postgraduate medical degree in the concerned speciality for appointment as
Lecturers”

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It is requested that the above may please be brought to the notice of all
recruiting agencies under control for information and compliance.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(AKOL PRETI)
Director (ME)

Copy forwarded for information and necessary action to :

1. The Secretary, Union Public Service Commission, New Delhi


1. All Ministries/Departments of Government of India
2. All Universities.
3. The President, National Board of Examinations, All India Institute of Medical
Sciences, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi.
4. Dte. G.H.S., C.H.S.I.,C.H.S.II., C.H.S.III, C.H.S.I.C., C.H.S.V. ME (PG)
5. JS(L), Ds(CHS), US(CHS), DIR (ME), PS TO JS (I)/US(ME)
6. Secretary, Medical Council of India, Temple Lane, Kotla Road, New Delhi

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(ALOK PRETI)
Director (ME)

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ANNEXURE-III

No.V.11025/12/2004-ME(P-I)(Pt.)
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
(Department of Health)
Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi Dated the 4th January, 2006
To,
The Secretary
Medical Council of India,
Kotla Road, New Delhi
Sub: Conducting of DNB courses at medical colleges/institutions-Regarding
Sir,
I am directed to say that this Ministry vide letter of even number dated 17th
August, 2004 communicated its decision that the medical institutions in the
country running post-graduate/super-speciality courses permitted/ recognized
as per MCI norms, are permitted to run DNB programmes provided they have
additional faculty to train DNB candidates. The position was also reiterated vide
letter dated 19th September, 2005 addressed to various Health/Medical Education
Secretaries of all the States/UTs to admit DNB trainees in various PG/Super-
Speciality courses provided they have additional faculty since it was brought
to our notice that the medical colleges are not being able to start the DNB
courses even though they had additional faculty. This was primarily with a view
to ensuring optimal utilization of manpower and the clinical load, which is
available in various medical colleges for production of quality manpower. This
letter was based on MCI’s stand in the matter as contained in their letter
no.22(1)/96-Med/14368 dated 17.9.1996 that it would not have any objection
in introducing DNB courses in medical institutions in the concerned departments
provided the PG teachers of the respective departments admitting students
under them for MD/MS/DM/M.Ch. courses may not register students under
them for DNB Courses simultaneously.
It has now been brought to our notice that the MCI vide their letter dated
11.11.2005 addressed to various Universities, Directors of Medical Education
of all State Governments/UTs, Secretaries of health/Medical Education
Departments of all the States etc, interalia, informing them that it may be made
sure by them not to conduct DNB and other parallel courses i.e. CPS etc. in
any subject along with MD/MS/DM/M.Ch./PG Diploma courses wherever the
intuitions have been permitted/recognized to conduct MD/MS/DM/M.Ch. and
PG diploma courses. It has also been stated therein that the decision has been
taken by the PG Committee and the same ahs been communicated to all
concerned. This is contrary to the stand taken by this Ministry in this regard.
In this connection,

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it is also to be stated that any decision taken by the PG Committee of MCI,
including those with regard to the policies, is only recommendatory in nature
and requires the approval of the Council and the Government. In the present
case, if the PG Committee/the Council considered that the earlier policy of
allowing DNB courses to be run parallel to MD/MS etc. in medical colleges
requires any change, the Council should have sent such proposal along with
reasons for the proposed change of their stand to the Government for its
consideration particularly when the Central Government have issued instructions
to all concerned allowing conduct of DNB courses along with MD/MS etc.
subject to availability of additional faculty, it is pertinent to point out that the
copy of the instructions of the Central Government dated 19.9.2005 was also
specifically endorsed to the Acting President of MCI for their information.
Accordingly, MCI may send the recommendation of the PG Committee along
with detailed reasons for change of their earlier stand in regard to allowing
DNB courses to be run in medical colleges along with MD/MS/DM/M.Ch./PG
Diploma courses against excess faculty to the Government for consideration.
Issue of this communication dated 11.11.2005 by the MCI directly to various
agencies including State Governments contrary to the instructions issued by
the Central Government based on the MCI’s earlier stand on the matter is not
only not appropriate but has also created confusion in various institutions/State
Governments. Till such time as the Government takes a final decision on the
PG Committee recommendations, the Government instructions as contained
in letter dated 19th September, 2005 will remain in force. A copy of this letter
is being sent to all concerned
sd/-
(K.V.S. Rao)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tel.No. 23061883
Copy to:
1. The Executive Director, National Board of Examinations, Ansari Nagar,
New Delhi-29
2. The Registrars of all the Universities in India
3. The Principals/Deans of all the Medical Colleges, including Postgraduate
Institutions in India.
4. The Director, Health & Medical Services/Education of all the State
Governments including Union Territories.
5. The Secretaries, Health Departments of all the State Governments-With
the request to please suitably inform all concerned.
6. The Secretary, union Public Service Commission, Dholpur House, New
Delhi
7. The Director General of Health Services, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
8. The Director General of Armed Forces Medical Services, Ministry of Defence,
L-Block, New Delhi
sd/-
(K.V.S. Rao)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tel.No. 23061883
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ANNEXURE-III A

No.V.11025/12/2004-MEP-(I)
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
(Department of Health & Family Welfare)

New Delhi, Dated the 20th February, 2009

NOTIFICATION

S.O. 522 (E).- In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of the
Section II of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (Act 102 of 1956), the Central
Government, after consulting the Medical Council of India, hereby makes the
following further amendments to the First Schedule to the said Act, namely :-

2. In the Medical Council Act, 1956, in First Schedule “National Board of


Examination”, after the entry “Diplomate National Board (Pharmacology)
[Diplomate in N.B. (Pharm)]”, the following note shall be inserted, namely :-

“Note :- 1. The Diplomate National Board (DNB), qualifications included


in this Schedule shall be treated as equivalent to M.D., M.S.,
D.M. and M. Ch. qualifications of the respective specialty or
super specialty, as the case may be, for all purposes including
appointment to the teaching posts in the medical institutions.

2. The teaching experience gained while pursuing DNB courses


shall be treated as teaching experience for appointment to
the teaching posts in the medical institutions”

Yours faithfully,

Sd/-
(Debasish Panda)
Jt. Secretary to the Government of India.

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ANNEXURE-IV

LIST OF DNB Specialties in which final


examinations shall be conducted in
JUNE 2010

1. Cardiology
2. General Medicine
3. Paediatrics
4. Radio Diagnosis
5. Anaesthesiology
6. General Surgery
7. Orthopedic Surgery
8. Obstetrics and Gynecology
9. Ophthalmology
10. Family Medicine

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ANNEXURE-V
Format of Training Completion Certificate to be furnished by all DNB Candidate
who have undergone Two/ Three Years of training in Medical College or hospital/
medical institute accredited by NBE for DNB training.

NOTE: Ensure that DNB training completion certificates MUST be issued


on an OFFICIAL LETTERHEAD under signature and stamp of Dean/
Principal/Medical Superitendent/Head of the Institution/Director only, as
per the prescribed format.
________________________________________________________________

To,

The Executive Director


National Board of Examinations
(Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India)
Ansari Nagar, Mahatama Gandhi Marg (Ring Road)
New Delhi-110029

Sub: Furnishing of DNB Training Completion Certificate (Provisional)

Sir,

It is certified that Dr.________________________________________ Son/


Daughter/Wife of ______________________________________ who was
registered with the Board w.e.f....................... vide Registration Number
_____________________________ for Two/ Three years training in the specialty
of ________________________________ in our hospital/institution, joined the
course on ___________________ and will be completing mandatory Two/
Three years of training on ______________________.

* It is also certified that the candidate has worked during the above stated period
as a resident doctor strictly in accordance with leave guidelines of NBE

Yours sincerely

Signature___________________
Name & Designation__________
Seal/ Stamp of Institution

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ANNEXURE-VI
Format of Training Completion Certificate to be furnished by all DNB Candidate
who have undergone Two/ Three Years of training in Medical College or hospital/
medical institute accredited by NBE for DNB training.

NOTE: Ensure that DNB training completion certificates MUST be issued


on an OFFICIAL LETTERHEAD under signature and stamp of Dean/
Principal/Medical Superitendent/Head of the Institution/Director only, as
per the prescribed format.
________________________________________________________________

To,

The Executive Director


National Board of Examinations
(Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India)
Ansari Nagar, Mahatama Gandhi Marg (Ring Road)
New Delhi-110029

Sub: Furnishing of DNB Training Completion Certificate (Final)

Sir,

It is certified that Dr.________________________________________ Son/


Daughter/Wife of ______________________________________ who was
registered with the Board w.e.f................... vide Registration Number
_____________________________ for Two/ Three years training in the specialty
of ________________________________ in our hospital/institution, joined the
course on ___________________ and has completed the mandatory Two/
Three years of training on ______________________.

It is also certified that the candidate has worked during the above stated period
as a resident doctor strictly in accordance with leave guidelines of NBE

Yours sincerely

Signature___________________
Name & Designation__________
Seal/ Stamp of Institution

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ANNEXURE-VII
LIST OF DESIGNATED BRANCHES OF INDIAN BANK
AUTHORISED FOR COLLECTION OF EXAM FEES ETC.
S. STATE STATION ADDRESS OF INDIAN BANKS
NO.
1. Gujarat Ahmedabad Main Mission Road Bhadra,
Ahmedabad– 380001
2. Baroda Prof. Manekrao RaodRaopura
Vadodara -390001
3. M.P. Bhopal Maharana Pratap Nagar
Zone 2, Bhopal- 462011
4. Indore No. 4 , RNT Marg G-1
Ground Floor Shree Vardhan
Complex Indore- 452001
5 Delhi Dwarka Aggarwal MallSector V, Ashirwad
Chowk Dwarka, New Delhi-110075
6. Punjabi Bagh 53, West Avenue Road,
Punjabi Bagh (West),
New Delhi-110026
7 Hauz Khas 106 & 107, Aurobindo Place,
Hauz KhasNew Delhi-110016.
8 Vikas Marg C-47, Vikas Marg, New Delhi-110092
9 Connaught Place G-41, Connaught Place,
New Delhi-110001.
10 Pitampura Aggarwal Tarun Plaza, DDAShopping
Centre PitampuraNew Delhi.
11 Chandni Chowk 309 Main Road,
Chandni ChowkDelhi-110 006.
12. Karol Bagh 13/36, Arya Samaj Road
KarolBagh, New Delhi.
13 South Extension A-7 South Extension Part-I
New Delhi-110 049
14 Defence Colony A-261, Defence Colony
New Delhi-110 024
15. Greater Kailash 13, Community Centre,
Zamruddpur,G.K.-I New Delhi.
16 Mayur Vihar 33,Pratap Nagar,Mayur Vihar,
Patpar Ganj N\Delhi-110092
17 Shahdara Near Surya Nursing Home
Shahdara Delhi-110032.
18 Uttar Pradesh Ghaziabad Navyug Market, Ghaziabad,
Uttar Pradesh-201001

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19 Noida D-41 Sector 59SocietyFlats,
NoidaGautam Budh Nagar
Dist. U.P.201307
20 Lucknow Ashok Marg, LucknowUttar
Pradesh - 226001
21 Kanpur No. 50/276 Halsi Road Kanpurcity
Uttar Pradesh 208001
22. Agra E-11/B Prateek Centre,
SanjayPalace , Agra.
23 Meerut. 213, Begum Bridge Road,Meerut.
24 Haryana Gurgaon Gurudwara RoadGurgaon
Haryana 122001
25 Rohtak 574/2, Civil Lines Rohtak
Haryana124001
26 Faridabad H.No. 540, Sector-22 Housing Board
Colony Faridabad Haryana 121005
27 Chandigarh Chandigarh Main SCO-38-39 Madhya Marg Sector 7
Chandigarh 160019
28 Punjab Ludhiana Clock Tower Chowk Ludhiana
Punjab 141008
29 Hissar Guru Nanak Khalsa College
For Women, Gujarkhan CompModel
Town Ludhiana Punjab 141002
30 Jalandhar 922 G T Road, Near Bus Stand
Jalandhar Punjab 144001.
31 Tamil Nadu Coimbatore Main P B No. 65, 31 Variety Hall Road,
Coimbatore Tamil Nadu 641001
32 Madurai Main 100 & 101 East Avani Moola
Branch StreetMadurai Tamilnadu-625001
33 Vellore City 46-51, Katpadi Road Vellimedupettai
Branch Villupuram Tamil Nadu 604207
34 Chennai Prakasam Road T. Nagar,
Chennai - 600017
35 Annanagar PB No.2234, W-100 II
(Chennai) Avenue,Annanagar
Chennai-600 040
35 Egmore 5,First Street, Sait Colony,Egmore,
Chennai.-600 008
36. Mylapore No.21, North Mada Street,Mylapore,
Chennai-600 004

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37 Purasawalkam 19, Narayana Guru
Salai,Purasawalkam,
Chennai-600 112
38. Saidapet No. 1, Abdul Razak St.
SaidapetChennai-600 015
39. Velachery No. 32/B, Velachery Main Road,
Velachery, Chennai-600 042.
40 Pondicherry Pondicherry 288, M.G. Road,
Branch Pondicherry – 6005001.
41 Assam Guwahati S.S. Road Lakhtokia,
KamrupAssam – 781001
42 Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad Main 5-1-679, Bank Street,
HyderabadAndhra Pradesh –500001
43. Himayatnagar PB No.1010,3-6-150-Himayatnagar
Hyderabad-500 029
44 Dilshuk Nagar D-17/109 Kamalanagar Main Road
Dilsukh Nagar Hyderabad
Andhra Pradesh 500660
45 Secunderabad P B No. 1619 201, Karan Centre
Sarojini Devi Road Hyderabad
Andhra Pradesh 500003
46 Barkatpura 3-4-494/1, Barkatpura Hyderabad
Andhra Pradesh 500027
47 Visakhapatnam Lorven Plaza Behind Vimal
Showroom Daba Gardens
Visakhapatnam
Andhra Pradesh 530020
48 Himachal Shimla 17, The Mall Shimla
Pradesh Himachal Pradesh 171001
49 Maharashtra Nagpur Gotmare MarketDharampeth
Nagpur - 440010
50 Pune City Aurora TowersMoledina Road,
Pune Cantonment,
Pune, Maharashtra - 411001
51 Mumbai 482 Garden View M M Chotani Road
Mahim Greater Mumbai
Maharashtra 400016.
52 Mumbai Madhav Nagar, Andheri
(West)Greater Mumbai
Maharashtra - 400058
53 Karnataka Bangalore City 10, Kepegowda Road,Bangalore,
Karnataka – 560009
54 Jayanagar 346, Manandi Court,27th Cross,III
Block Jayanagar, Banglore

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55 K.R. Road No.70, KMC Building K.R.Road
Banglore-560004
56 Malleswarm 10, 5th Cross Link Road,
Malleswaram Banglore-560003
57 OSB - Banglore Manadi Plaza No.2, St. Marks Road
Banglore-560 001
58 Mangalore P B No 109 K S Rao Road
Mangalore Dakshin Kannad
Karnataka 575001
59 Mysore No. 57/4-9, R.S. Plaza I Floor,
Vinoba Road, Gandhi Square
Mysore Karnataka 570001
60 West Bengal Kolkatta Shree Ram ChambersKolkata,
West Bengal - 700001
61 Kolkatta 28, Barrackpore Trunk Road Kolkata
West Bengal 700002
62 Kerala Trivandrum P B No 45 Indian Bank Towars M G
Road Thiruvananthapuram
Kerala 695001
63 Kochi STAR Junction,Mattancherry, Kochi,
Ernakulam,Kerala – 68202
64 Ernakulam PB No. 2554 Shanmugham
RoadErnakulam -682031
65 Rajasthan Bikaner Alakh Sagar Kem Raod Bikaner
Rajasthan 334001
66 Jaipur Dharma HeightsMotilal Atal Marg
Jaipur, Rajasthan – 302001
67 J&K Jammu 56 A/B Gandhi Nagar, Jammu (J&K)
68 Jharkhand Ranchi Sainik Bhavan, Main Road,
Ranchi-834001
69 Bihar Patna Biscomaun Bhavan,West Gandhi
Maidan Patna-800 001
70 Chattisgarh Raipur Guru Nanak Chowk,Raipur-492 001
71. Meghalaya Shillong G.S.Road, Burra Bazar,Shillong
East Khasi Hills,Shillong-793002
72 Orrissa Bhubneshwar 32, Janpath Ashok Nagar
Unit II,Bhubneshwar
Khurda- 751 001
73 Uttarakhand Dehradun 3, Astely Hall, Raipur Road
Dehradun-248 001.

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