CPS notifies on permission to appear for exams, releases rulebook, All details here
Mumbai: Through a recent notice, the College of Physicians and Surgeons (CPS) of Mumbai has informed regarding the permission to appear for the CPS examinations.According to the notification released by the CPS website, CPS has received e-mails/applications from the registered students regarding the permission forms requesting to condone the period of training and allow them to appear...
Mumbai: Through a recent notice, the College of Physicians and Surgeons (CPS) of Mumbai has informed regarding the permission to appear for the CPS examinations.
Rule 20: LEAVE DURING RESIDENT POSTING
20.1 A student will be allowed a maximum of 8 days casual leave with prior permission of unit head and institution head countersigned by co-resident during 12 months duration. The scanned copy of the leave application be sent to CPS office by email on the same day and a photocopy be sent by post/speed post.
20.2 No carry forwarding/accumulation of leave will be permitted for further postings.
20.3 Attendance at lecture series at CPS will be considered to be 'on duty'.
20.4 The hospital authorities shall make an alternate arrangement on leave.
20.5 Any leave without application will be considered as absence. Any such absence shall attract disciplinary action as deemed fit by Institute and the period of course will be extended by that many days of absence.
20.6 The appointment given to student during online counselling or during mop-up rounds shall be for the period of 24 months (for Diploma) and 36 months (for Fellowship). If the student remains absent for more than the permitted days (as per rule no 20.1 of enrollment rule book) and his posting has to be extended.
Any one absent for more than a year is liable for cancellation of enrollment.
20.7 Any student with genuine reason on health grounds or a pregnant candidate with prior permission from CPS (applied through Head of the Institution) may remain absent for permitted period or a period equal to applicable maternity leave in that state as per the prevailing rules. But such period of absence will not be considered for completion of training. To complete the training period, such candidate has to extend the duration of posts equal to the period of absence. In such permitted cases by CPS the student may not have to pay additional fees to the training institution and shall be liable for stipend from institution whenever working in the institution to fulfill the training period as per curriculum. Notwithstanding anything written here above the period of training for fellowship student (FCPS) is 3 years (36 months), for diploma coursesis 2 years (24 months) and for certificate course is 1 year (12 months).
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