The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) has unveiled the eligibility requirements and the intake capacity for each course offered in the first round of admissions for Fellowship and/or Certificate Courses for the academic year 2022-23. The admissions process will be carried out online, and the affiliated training centres will conduct it. In addition, MUHS has also released a list of eligible candidates with their general merit numbers, an allotment list, a roster of disqualified candidates, and the fee structure.
Both the allotment letter and the retention form are accessible online to all applicants concerned. Those who have been selected can obtain a hard copy of the allotment letter and the retention form for the first round by entering their registered mobile number and OTP. The following link can be used by the applicant to obtain a printout of the allotment letter and the retention form: https://intranet.muhs.ac.in/admission_fcc_print_allotement_letter.aspx.
The University’s criteria for allotment are based on two factors:
- The applicant’s Maharashtra domicile status, and their academic achievements in various degree programs.
- Candidates are evaluated based on the marks they have obtained in their Super Specialty Degree (400 Marks), Post Graduate Degree (300 Marks), Post Graduate Degree attempts, Post Graduate Diploma (200 Marks), Under Graduate Marks, 12th Marks, and any additional criteria such as their HSC marks and age, as per the University’s policy.
- If there are no Maharashtra Domicile applicants available for a particular course, only Non-Maharashtra Domicile candidates are considered based on the number of vacancies and their priority.
- A separate merit number is generated for each candidate based on their academic achievements in their PG, UG & 12th courses, as applicable.
For the first round, candidates who have been allotted seats and wish to retain/confirm them are required to report to the assigned training center, pay the total course fees (75% of the fees to be paid to the training center and 25% of administrative fees to be paid to the University through the online payment link https://muhs.unisuite.in), and submit the retention form and all relevant original documents within the given deadline.
Candidates who wish to retain their admission status at the respective training center must fill the “Status Retention Form” by the deadline of April 10th, 2023. Those who have been admitted to their preferred choice of course must accept the allotted admission; failure to do so will result in their exclusion from this year’s admission process.
Candidates who have received allotments other than their first priority and wish to upgrade their priority must report to the assigned training center in the first round as per the allotment letter. At this stage, they only have to pay the administrative charges to the University (25% administrative fees to be paid through the online payment link https://muhs.unisuite.in/). They must then communicate their decision not to retain the allotted seat to both the concerned training center and the University by sending an email to [email protected].
The applicant must provide payment information for a 25% administrative fee to the designated training center. If the applicant is allotted a different training center in the next round, they must attend it, or else pay the remaining 75% of the course fees to the new training center. If the applicant is not allotted a new seat in the subsequent round, they must pay the remaining 75% of the fees to the originally allotted training center.
If an applicant decides to cancel their admission, any potential refund of fees will be subject to the University’s decision and policies. Those who have already confirmed their admission may apply to cancel and receive a refund. However, the amount refunded will be reduced as per the University’s Admission Notification No. 02/2023, issued on January 19, 2023, for all courses.
The concerned Deans, Principals, or Heads of Departments of all affiliated Training Centers are instructed to send a copy of the Retention Form submitted by the applicant to the University via email at [email protected] on or before April 11, 2023. The hard copy of the form, along with the receipt for the 25% administrative fees paid online, should also be submitted.
Candidates who have graduated from Government, aided Corporation, Armed Forces, or affiliated Institutes and are obligated to fulfil their Bond Service must provide a certificate verifying completion of their obligation. The Dean, Principal, or Director of the college, institute, or affiliated training center is responsible for ensuring that the certificate complies with the policies of the Government of Maharashtra or DMER, Mumbai, as appropriate. It is their duty to verify and decide on the conformity of the Bond completion certificate.
The University does not oversee any stipend that affiliated Training Centers may offer to admitted candidates of the Fellowship/Certificate Courses. It is up to the concerned management/administration of the affiliated Training Centers to decide whether to provide a stipend. However, the affiliated Training Centers must follow consistent and transparent policies when providing stipends to admitted candidates.
Attention all concerned individuals: The University has specified the eligibility criteria for admission to certain Fellowship Courses as either a post-graduation master’s degree or postgraduate diploma qualification. It should be noted that postgraduate diploma holders are required to complete an additional year of work compared to those with a PG master’s degree. Consequently, the total duration for postgraduate diploma holders to complete the Fellowship Courses is 2 years.
This allotment is temporary in nature, and the University reserves the right to cancel it at any time. The process for paying the 25% administrative fees for Fellowship and Certificate Courses is online.
- To make an online payment, go to https://muhs.unisuite.in/.
- Click on the “Click here to pay” option under the College Fees / Receipts section.
- If the applicant does not have a pre-generated Fees Token, they should select “Get New Fees Token.” If they already have a token, they should select “I have a token.” The Fees Token is a unique request number that can be used to pay fees or download receipts. It will be sent to the applicant’s email and SMS for future reference.
- Once the Fees Token has been generated, it can be used to pay fees or download the receipt later on.
“I have a token”:
- Click on “Pay Now,” and enter the Fees Token number along with the Captcha. Click on “Search and Proceed.”
- Verify your contact details using OTP, carefully check all the details, accept the terms and conditions, and follow the instructions for payment.
- Once the payment is completed, you will receive a downloadable University Receipt via email. You may only need to submit a copy of this receipt if it is specifically requested.
To Generate a New Fees Token:
- Click on “Generate Fees Token” and provide the necessary information as per the user guide.
- The applicants will receive a direct payment link with the generated token in their email.
- The token can be used for making payment later or to redownload the receipt.
- If the applicants choose to pay through NEFT/RTGS, there is a different account number for each transaction.
- Detailed instructions are available on the web portal, which should be read and followed carefully.
- If the payment is deducted but no receipt is received, it is recommended to wait for 1 or 2 hours before attempting again.
- The applicants will receive a receipt over email if the transaction is successful, or it will be rejected and refunded after 2 hours.
- The same token can be used multiple times until the payment is successful or until the token expires.
- The token has a fixed validity or expiry, which must be paid before it ends, and this is displayed on the summary page.
The user guide “Generate New Fees Token” is enclosed in the notice below.
Fees Structure –
|Sr. No.||Type of Course||Course Faculty/ Specialty||Total Course Fee Structure|
|1||Course fees to be charged by Training Centre(s)||Other than Course Fee Additional Fees to be paid by the candidate|
|Course fees to be charged by Training Centre(s)/ College Institutes.||Out of the said Course fees 25% Administrative Charges for each Candidate(s) to be deposited by the Training Center to the University||Eligibility Fees to be deposited by Candidate(s) to the University through Training Center||Examination Fees to be deposited by Candidate(s) to the University through Training Center|
|2||Fellowship Course||Medical||1,00,000/-||25,000/-||As decided by the Examination Department of the University from Time to Time.||As decided by the Examination Department of the University from Time to Time.|
|4||*Fellowship Course in Preventive Cardiology||Ayurveda||1,00,000/-||12,500/-|
The Fellowship Course fees are in accordance with the Management Council Resolution No. 153/2018 dated 21/12/2018. Applicants are required to pay separate fees for eligibility, examination, and other charges as notified by the University at a later time.
Before the start of their academic year, applicants must pay the full course fee amount specified for their respective academic year. They are required to pay 25% of the administrative fees online through the link https://muhs.unisuite.in/, while the remaining 75% of the course fees shall be paid to the affiliated training center, as notified by the University. Additionally, the concerned training center must pay the affiliation continuation fees, as prescribed by the University, for every academic year.
The University has released a notice containing the course-wise intake capacity, eligibility criteria for admission, a provisional list of eligible candidates with general merit numbers, a list of eligible candidates, and a list of disqualified candidates. The detailed lists are enclosed within the notice period.