Applications invited for Osmania University 2021 Post-M.Sc. Diploma in Radiological Physics courses


Searching for admission notifications for Post- M.Sc. Diploma in Radiological Physics courses at Osmania University Hyderabad for the academic year 2021? Check out this article to know details like eligibility, selection process, application form, course fees, entrance test date and results, syllabus, important dates, etc.

The Department of Physics functioning under Osmania University in collaboration with certain hospitals at Hyderabad, like the American Oncology Institute, MNJ Institute of Oncology, Omega Hospital, KIMS Hospital and Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital, is conducting a two-year Post- M.Sc. Diploma in Radiological Physics courses for this academic year 2021. Even though the course is for 2 years, there will be a mandatory one-year internship/field training for the students at the end of two semesters and this will be provided by the above-mentioned hospitals. Altogether the course intake will be 10 + 10 sponsored.

Course fees: The course fees are Rs 50,000/- but for sponsored candidates, it will be Rs 1,00,000/-.

Eligibility

Candidates with at least 60% mark in M.Sc. (Physics/Nuclear Physics) or any equivalent course are eligible to apply for the 2-year Post- M.Sc. Diploma in Radiological Physics courses 2021 conducted by Osmania University.

Where to get the application form?

Candidates can get the application form from: http://ouadmissions.com/pdf/RadiologyPhysics/2%20Application%20Form.pdf

Is there any registration fee?

Yes, The registration fees will be Rs 1500/- taken as a DD and drawn in favour of "The Director, Directorate of Admissions, O.U." Remember to write your name on the backside of the DD. You need to mention those details like DD number, date, amount, bank and branch in the application form.

Where to send the application form?

The filled-in application form along with the supporting documents should be sent to
  • The Director,
    Directorate of Admissions,
    Osmania University,
    Hyderabad - 500 007
    Telangana state
    India




Documents to be submitted along with the application form

  • Acknowledgement Card
  • Application form
  • S.S.C. xerox copy

Note: ICR sheet should not be tagged or pinned to the application. It should be submitted separately along with the application.

Selection process

Candidates will be selected based on the merit they obtained in the entrance test conducted by the Directorate of Admissions, O.U., Hyderabad.

Note: Date and Time of Entrance Test will be communicated along with the entrance test hall ticket.

When to get the hall tickets?

The original Hall Ticket will be sent to the candidates by post and will not be issued to the candidates in person. But in case, if you did not receive the original hall tickets, you can get a duplicate hall ticket on production of-
  • Acknowledgement Card/Proof of submission of Application Form
  • One passport size photograph(This should be identical to the one that you affixed to the application form
  • Cash/Demand Draft for Rs. 100/- (drawn in favour of Director, Directorate of Admissions and
    payable at any nationalised bank in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad)
However, this will be done only one day before the entrance test and during office hours.

Where to get a duplicate hall ticket?

Candidates can download the duplicate Hall Ticket from the Osmania University website mentioned below and it must be attested by the Chief Superintendent of the concerned test centre at least one hour before the commencement of the test.

Note: No hall ticket will be issued on the day of the Entrance Test.

Entrance Test

The test for 2-year Post- M.Sc. Diploma in Radiological Physics courses conducted by Osmania University will be of multiple choice objective type questions only. Candidates need to mark the answers on the OPTICAL MARK READER (OMR) answer sheet by DARKENING the respective ovals with a Blue/Dark ballpoint pen.. the syllabus for the entrance test is available on the official website.

Where to get the entrance test results?

The entrance test results will be displayed on the Notice Board of the Directorate of Admissions and the rank cards will be made available on Osmania University websites(www.osmania.ac.in) given below.

Contact information

If you have doubts regarding the admission process, you can contact them using

Important dates

The last date and time for submitting an application form are 20th March 2021, 4 p.m.


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