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Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), Jaipur, Rajasthan


Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), Jaipur, Rajasthan
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Sector-18, Kumbha Marg
Pratap Nagar, Tonk Road
Jaipur (District Jaipur)
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 302033

Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), Jaipur Rajasthan is a University recognised by UGC.
Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) is situated in Jaipur of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Jaipur comes under Jaipur Tehsil, Jaipur District.

Fax # of Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), Jaipur Rajasthan is 0141-2791803, 2795550.

email ID(s) is Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) Jaipur Rajasthan

Website of Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), Jaipur Rajasthan is http://www.ruhsraj.org.

Chairman : Mr SL Bohra.
Registrar : Dr PPS Mathur.

Contact Details of Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), Jaipur Rajasthan are : Telephone: +91-141-2793352, 2795527, 2792644, 2791928
email: ruhsreg@gmail.com


Medical Courses
Dental Courses
Nursing Courses
Paramedical Sciences Courses
Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy Courses
Pharmacy Courses

U.G. Course- MBBS
P.G. Courses
MD General Med., MD General Surgery
MD TB & Chest, MD Skin & VD
MD Psychiatry,
MD Paed. Med., MD Anesthesia
MD Radio Diagnosis,MD Radio Therapy
MD Forensic Med. MD Pathology,
MD Microbiology, MD PSM,
MD Phy. Med. & Reh.
MD Physiology, MD Biochemistry,
MD Pharmacology
MS ENT, MS Ophthalmology
MS Orthopedics,
MS Anatomy, MS Gynea & Obst
M.Sc. Med.- Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Microbiology
D.A., D.P.H., D.I.H.B.T., D.F.M., D.C.H., D.G.O., D.M.R.D.
Post Graduate - DM
Cardiology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology
M.ch. -Cardiology, Vassular Surgery (CTVS), Neurosurgery,
Urology Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Pedi. Surgery

U.G. Course- BDS
P.G. Courses-
Oral Med. & Radiology
Oral & Maxi. Surgery
Conservative Dentistry & Endocrinology
Oral Pathology & Microbiology
Community Dentistry

M.Sc. Nursing
B.Sc. Nursing
Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing

Paramedical Sciences
Bachelor of Audiology, Speech, Language, Pathology, (BASLP)
B.Sc. Radiation Technology

Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy Degree Courses-
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)

B. Pharma
D. Pharm
M. Pharma Courses
Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Educational Streams
Rajasthan University of Health Sciences conducts courses in the disciplines of Pharmacy, Dentistry and Nursing, are part of Health Sciences. Besides these, the University also conducts various medical related regular examinations like P.G., M.B.B.S., B.D.S., B.Sc. Nursing, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, B.A.S.L.P., Pharmacy etc. and declares results in time. RUHS also focuses on making provisions for research and for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in those branches. Other activities of the University include administration, management and control of the hospitals, including the Rehabilitation and Artificial Limb Centre, Jaipur, pathological laboratories, diagnostic centers and blood banks. The University has developed departments for tele-medicine, reproductive and population control research institute, environment and pollution control institute, genetics department, transfusion medicine, nutrition research centre and a centre for imparting training to teachers. The University is also focusing on developing gene-therapy, molecular biology, robotic surgery, bio-informatics, organs transplantation, bio-technology, immunology and clinical epidemiology and other facilities in medicine and dentistry.

Profile of Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS)

Since the vistas of medical education rolls out beyond medicine to Pharmacy, Dentistry and Nursing, subsequently Health Sciences. There is a need to create an institute which may fulfill not only the need of the hour but take care of emerging challenges in time to come. Keeping this view in mind, State Government of Rajasthan enacted an Act 'The Rajasthan University of Health Sciences Act, 2005' (Act No. 1 of 2005)”. in February 2005. Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur started functioning from the 1st April, 2006 primarily with taking over six government and two private Medical Colleges in its fold in. Very same day Dr. P.P.S. Mathur, Ex. Sr. Professor, Neurosurgery and Medical Superintendent, SMS Hospital, Jaipur joined as first Vice-Chancellor of the University. Thereafter, things started moving with the postings of Finance Officer and Registrar. RUHS has been able to conduct all medical related pre-exams and regular exams.

RUHS was established in the year 2005, as per an Act by the state legislature. It started functioning from the 1st April, 2006 primarily by taking over six government and two private Medical Colleges in its fold in. Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, also famous as RUHS, provides quality medical education that makes all medical students messengers for health and prosperity. The university's declared objective is to disseminate and advance knowledge in medicine and dentistry and to ensure efficient and systematic instruction, teaching, training and research.


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Rajasthan University of Health Sciences registers case against 3 staff

Jaipur: The Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) has registered cases against staff of the examination centres where proxy students appeared for the Rajasthan Pre-Medical Test (RPMT) in 2009. Three cases have been simultaneously registered at the Lalkothi police station against the examination incharge and other staff present at the RPMT centre at Maharaja College on May 25, 2009.

At the centre, three persons have appeared for the medical entrance test. The students have also secured admissions at various medical colleges in the state. Similar cases will further be registered in other cities where such instances have been reported. It was found that in 16 cases, some other person had appeared for the test instead of original aspirants. A letter has been forwarded to the police department to register cases in the instances, said Dr Anuprerna Kuntal, registrar, RUHS. Registration of these students have been cancelled by the university and legal action will be initiated against them, Kuntal added. The discrepancy had appeared after some unsuccessful candidates approached the court and an inquiry was ordered. After the issue came to light, the RUHS had introduced biometric verification of aspirants in all the future entrance examinations.

Most of the cases were initially identified as handwriting in the examination papers differed from that in the entrance form. The students were also further inquired and investigations that continued for over a year established that in 16 cases, students have secured admission through wrong means.

As the university pressed legal charges against the accused students, the examination centre staff has also come under suspicion and investigations in the case will now be held by the crime branch of the city police. The case will be investigated by the additional commissioner of police, crime branch, in Jaipur, said a police officer.

Scam unearthed in Rajasthan pre-medical test for third consecuitve year

Jaipur: A scam in the Rajasthan pre-medical test conducted in May has come to light, for the third year in a row, with over 40 students under the scanner on suspicion that they cleared the test illegally.The scam was unearthed on Tuesday when Chetan, a student, was arrested after it was found that he hired a man named Vikram for Rs 400,000 to appear in the written test in his place.

When Chetan turned up for counselling for successful candidates, his thumb print and photograph did not match with those taken before the entrance test.

During the written test, we take fingerprints of each student. We match them with fingerprints taken during counselling. Fingerprints of at least 40 students dont match, a Rajasthan University of Health Sciences official said.
He added that it is possible that like Chetan they also hired professionals for impersonating them during the exam.

We will conduct fresh counselling for these 40 students. If it is found that they also cleared the exam with help of impostors, legal action will be taken against them, the official added. He did not rule out involvement of university staff in the racket.

The modus-operandi is same each year. During interrogation of impostor Vikram, it came up that he had taken coaching classes from an institute in Kota known for pre-medical and engineering test studies, a police officer said.This is not for the first time that such irregularities have been found in this prestigious test required to pursue MBBS. Since 2009, many such cases of impersonation have come to the fore.In April, the Rajasthan High Court had ordered First Information Reports (FIRs) against 16 candidates who had sought admission in the states medical colleges by impersonating themselves in the Rajasthan pre-medical test examination in 2009.

Ironically, these students had cleared the counselling also. The scam was exposed when some students who had failed in the test by a slight margin in the merit list approached the court alleging that a large number of students succeeded by engaging professionals to attend entrance examination.

Police sources said a big racket is active for the past three years. In 2010 also, some students came under the scanner.

RPMT to declare ranks with merit

Jaipur: The result declaration pattern of Rajasthan Pre-Medical Test (RPMT) will undergo a change. The Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) has made a proposal to declare the rank and merit list simultaneously for future medical entrance examinations. The decision was made after much confusion among students following the differences in their ranks and merit numbers.The students finding themselves in top ranks were shocked to discover their names in the bottom of the merit list. The RUHS officials said the confusion was created as many students stood on the same rank. "All the students to have scored exactly the same marks in the PMT are held on the same rank, their merit sequence is decided in accordance to their marks in standard 12 and 10. The RPMT results till now have been declared accordingly," said Dr D K Gupta, convener RPMT 2011.

However, this year the examination results of standard 12 were not declared till RPMT results were announced. Hence the university could not decide the rankings of students with the same RPMT scores and all such students were allotted the same rank. The RUHS declared the consolidated results with merit list next morning, causing much disappointment among many students, who found themselves standing in the bottom of the merit list.

Notices to Raj health sciences varsity on students' plea

The examination controller and registrar of the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences were issued show cause notices on a petition seeking timely examination of BSc Nursing course. Justice Mohammed Rafiq issued the notices on Saturday while hearing a petition filed by Gajaram and others. Counsel for the petitioner, Dharmveer Tholia, told the court that the petitioner had applied for the four year BSc Nursing course in 2007-08. However, the examinations were not conducted on time. The court was informed that in 2009, not a single exam was held. "The petitioner is in the third year of B Sc but the university is yet to take exams while other states have not only completed the examination process for BSc Part III but results have also been declared," Tholia said.

Justice Dalip Singh new state legal services authority head

Senior Rajasthan High Court judge Justice Dalip Singh has been appointed chairman of the Rajasthan State Legal Services Authority. Principal secretary, law department, Kapil Bhargava informed that the Governor has appointed Justice Singh to the post till his retirement.

Pre PG Medical Exam aspitants allege anomaly in paper

Jaipur: Students agitated over reports of anomalies in setting the question paper of the Rajasthan Pre PG Medical Examination held on February 10, alleged that the question paper was set from a guide book. "Out of 300 questions, 166 were picked up from a guide book. The questions were taken from the book's 10 pages in sequence. A similar kind of question paper had appeared in 2006-07. The paper setters did not even change the sequence of answers," said Amit Chaudhary, an MBBS graduate, who sat for the exam.

Chaudhary, who was among the 50 to 60 students who protested outside the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) building at Pratapnagar, alleged irregularities by the 25-member committee, which had set the question paper.

But, RUHS officials claimed they had followed the examination pattern of the country's premier medical college, AIIMS and the All India Pre PG Medical Examination. "We made an effort to maintain the level of question paper on a par with that of the AIIMS. The professors who designed the question paper are from AIIMS," said Dr AP Saifi, coordinator of the Pre PG Medical exam.

Saifi, addressing mediapersons at the RUHS building, said there are chances of questions getting repeated since the syllabus has not changed. There will be no revaluation of answer sheets, he added.

Munna bhais get fresh lease of life from high court

Jaipur: The Rajasthan high court on Tuesday stayed the order of the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), passed on May 12 this year where the RUHS had rejected the admissions of MBBS part II who had allegedly secured admissions by clearing the Rajasthan Pre-Medical Test (RPMT) in 2010.

The court has ordered for a serialised listing of the petitions for their final disposal on July 5. A single bench of justice Ajay Rastogi passed these orders in a preliminary hearing on the petitions filed by one Chandrashekhar Meena and nine other petitions.As per the matter the PK Singh Committee, formed on the court orders, had cancelled the admissions of these petitioners on May 12 and the petitioners had moved high court against the said order.

Rajasthan University of Health Sciences announces cut off for MBBS

JAIPUR: A day after announcing the result of Rajasthan Pre-Medical Test (RPMT-2012), Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) on Saturday announced that those who scored upto 50 percentile are eligible for MBBS course.

A percentile (or centile) is the value of a variable below which a certain per cent of observations fall.

The term percentile and the related term percentile rank are often used in the reporting of scores from norm-referenced tests.

In a bid to fill the vacant seats in the state-run medical colleges, this year, the RUHS planned to announce candidates eligible for admission in MBBS who obtained upto 50 percentile. This is the first time when the RUHS held the online test and announced the result in percentile form.

Rajasthan University students protesting against PG entrance exam dispersed

JAIPUR: The police on Friday dispersed students of Rajasthan University who were protesting against the entrance examination for the varsitys post-graduate programmes.

Five undergraduate students were on hunger strike from Thursday noon to protest the newly-introduced system. On Friday noon, when their condition deteriorated, doctors referred them to SMS hospital. However, the agitating students refused vacate the spot. Later, more than 50 students joined them. They locked the gates to stop the ambulance from entering. The police later took the agitating students to the hospital. Police claimed that they did not use the baton. Sources said the students were dehydrated and needed medicare.

In a bid to bring about a major change in the academics, the RU is gearing up to conduct the first-of-its-kind entrance test. The university also aims to bring transparency in the admission system. Students also alleged that Instead of supporting us, the V-C is adamant. If the university does not roll back the plan, we will intensify our stir and varsity administration will be responsible for the consequences, said Vinod Singh, a student of sociology.

15,000 admission forms generated in six days: Rajasthan University

JAIPUR: Rajasthan University authorities on Tuesday claimed to solve all technical problems hindering the smooth functioning of the online admission process. They said the university is receiving an average of one form every 12-15 seconds.

S K Gupta, director of INFONET, a centre handling online admission for the university, said by Tuesday evening over 15,000 students have generated admission forms for RU and its six constituent colleges with barely a week left for the last date. We are trying our level best to provide a good online speed to the students and to make sure that the university website could handle heavy traffic in coming the days, Gupta said.

Rajasthan Universitys fine arts dept losing its shine

JAIPUR: Despite remarkable achievements, the Rajasthan Universitys department of fine arts, now renamed as Visual Arts, is gradually losing its significance among the students and has received merely 10 applications for the UG programme this session.
With an acute shortage of staff and equipment in the lab, the department is unable to provide quality education to students. Subrato Mandal, head of the Visual Arts department admitted, We are way behind providing practical techniques to the students due to absence of basic amenities in the department. We still dont have an art section here. Despite the limited resources, we have produced very good artists who have gained fame globally such as Shweta Goyal, Mahesh Singh and Ujwala Sharma.

Rajasthan University extends dates for submission of forms

JAIPUR: After a loud protest by the students on Monday, Rajasthan university (RU) has extended the dates for online registration and submission of application forms for undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) and law courses for the session 2012-2013.

Earlier the last date for registering online was June 18 and June 21 for submitting the hard copy. Bhupendra Singh Shekhawat, public relations officer (PRO) said the deadline for online registration of UG forms has now been shifted to June 21 while the new date for submission of hard copies at the university is June 23.

In case an applicant misses the deadline for submission, he-she can register online with a late fee of Rs 50 till June 26 and submit the hard copy by June 29. For PG, PG Diploma and law courses, the new date for registering online has been extended by three days.

Now, students can apply online till June 23 and submit the hard copies till June 26.

The admission for UG aspirants would be merit based, while those who wish to pursue PG, PG Diploma and law courses will have to clear an entrance exam to get through.

Rajasthan University campus on the boil as students clash

JAIPUR: Choas prevailed in Rajasthan University campus when two student groups clashed with each other over the issue of showing disrespect to the statue of Swami Vivekananda on Tuesday leading to inconvenience to students and communters on the JLN marg.

The incident at 10.30 am happened when activists of National Students Union of India (NSUI) were staging a fast demanding increase in the number of seats.

The activists were fasting under a tent put up especially outside the main gate of the university to draw students attention on their plea. Around the same time, a group of students claiming to be from the Swami Vivekananda Hostel came alleging NSUI activists of showing disrespect to statute of the Swami while they were staging demonstration on the campus on Monday.

The situation turned ugly when the hostellers demanded an apology from those who climbed over the statue. It soon turned into a heated argument leading to a scuffle.

The hostellers beat up the activists and pulled down the tent. Police present on the campus rushed to main gate and dispersed both the groups, said Sunil Khatik, a student of the university.

The scuffle created tension between NSUI and ABVP, members of which clashed on Monday over a place of protest. The NSUI alleged that the attack was the handiwork of ABVP activists who are allegedly unhappy over the way NSUI took the credit of extending last date of admission forms.

Meanwhile, NSUI activists returned to the main gate and began their fast. They were agitating outside the main gate demanding that the vice-chancellor immediately extends the last date by seven days and to increase the number of seats.
The fast will continue till he accepts our demand. Our demands are in the interest of students, said Sumit Bhagasara, state president of NSUI. Meanwhile, police was put on alert to monitor the situation.

Rajasthan University teachers fire a salvo at vice-chancellor

JAIPUR: The Rajasthan University Teachers Association (RUTA) has opened a front against the unversitys vice-chancellor B L Sharma, alleging him of misusing his powers without the knowledge of the institutes syndicate and the academic council.

In a letter to Governor Margaret Alva, RUTA put up a complaint saying that Sharma is the first VC who has registered a large number of cases against students and issued notices to teachers on non-issues and constituted inquires aganist them on petty manners.

Funds worth lakhs of rupees from different Central funding agencies like DBT, DST, UGC and CSIR and nanotechnology projects from state DST were granted to the university but are lying unutilised for the last 15 months due to indecisiveness and incompetence of the VC, said Vinod Sharma, general secretary of RUTA.

The body accused him of disregarding the academic council and the syndicate while taking many decisions and keeping them in the dark. He has unlawfully extended 19 working days for teachers without any appropriate reason. He is also creating a number of posts such as administrative secretary to the VC, director examinations and OSD examinations without due permission of the university syndicate, RUTAs letter to the governor said.

This is not the first time the university teachers have come out in open against the decisions of VC. Earlier on several occasions, they had complaint against him to the state government, the governor and to the higher education department.

The letter also accused the VC of immaturely starting the semester system with grading without applying the same to private colleges affiliated to the university. The half-hearted attempt of awarding grading is not practical at a time when the university is running the show with only 350 teachers against 900 sanctioned posts, it said. The semester system needs full attention from teachers which is not possible in the existing strength, the letter read.

For the academic session 2013, Sharma has started pre-PG test without proper and timely preparation for the same due to which admissions in PG courses will be delayed by one month. Till date, the entrance exam date of departments is not announced leading students towards private universities, claimed Jayant Singh, president of RUTA.

Members of the association also alleged of promoting the interests of private universities-colleges at the cost of RU. The letter said the Union governments department of science and technology has asked RU to hold Bal Vigyan Congress on its campus but due to incompetence, the event went to a private university.

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