Registered by the Government of Maharastra under Act XXIX of Mumbai 1950 & under Act XXVI of Mumbai 1961.Based on the Central Government Act XXI of 1860 Literary & Scientific Institution Act 1954. Applicable to the advancement & promotion of Alternative Medical Science in several state of India.
COURSE MATERIALS: The syllabus of the various courses of the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH are as per standard of and based on the syllabus prescribed by the Ministry of Health, Government of India and various other national and international universities, premiere medical institutions and important societies working in the field of alternative medicines. The course materials will be provided by the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH which are designed to follow the adult education method of self-study. The course materials are simple, self-explanatory, yet in-depth and exhaustive. It is enough to study the course materials alone to pass the examinations. The course materials are sent within 2 weeks to students within India and within 3 weeks to International students (students residing outside India).
Two options are introduced for the examination.
(i)Option – A
The students are assessed on the basis of their course assignments and examination. CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH.believes that the three-hour examination is an obsolete method of assessing students’ true potentials. After the scheduled duration of the course, the CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH sends the question papers to the students, which have to be answered at their comfortable place and timings. The candidates are required to submit their answer-sheets within the prescribed time limit to the Institute. This unique methodology helps students to write best answers based on their acquired knowledge through course materials as well as their personal experience. CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH has designed this liberal and unique methodology that allows students to make maximum benefits of their knowledge and experience. The panel of faculty and examiners design the question papers in such a way that there may be no option of copying the answers and will require personal skills, understanding and analysis of the subject.
(ii)Option – B
If a student desires to appear for 3 hour classroom conventional examination, he can do so. The exam will be conducted in BOMBAY - MUMBAI centre. However the Centre may be opened in other cities also subject to the sufficient number of students opting for the examination in the concerned city. The students should intimate their choice of option for examination at the time of enrollment.
GRADING SYSTEM: Letter Grade Point Grade Percentage System Division System
(i) A 7.5 and above 75% or more marks Distinction / Honours
(ii) B 6.0 to 7.4 Between 60% and 74% First Division
(iii) C 5.0 to 5.9 Between 50% and 59% Second Division
(iv)D 4.0 to 4.9 Between 40% and 49% Third Division
(v) E 3.0 to 3.9 Between 30% and 40% PASS
(vi) Fail Less than 3 Less than 30% UNGRADED
RESULT: The Result of the Examination will be declared within 4 weeks from the date of conduct of examination.
CERTIFICATE AND MARKSHEET (TRANSCRIPT):Certificate and marksheet will be awarded to the successful students and sent by post within 2 weeks from the date of declaration of result. (Students securing 75% or more marks will be awarded with an additional Certificate of Merit).
PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION: For Admission, you should send the following records:
1. Filled-in Application Form
2. Photocopies of the Educational Qualifications
3. Two Passport-size photographs
Qualification certificate copies and photographs can be submitted either through email by scanning them to email@example.com or through postal mail to: Department of Admissions, CENTRAL COUNCIL OF ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES AND RESEARCH .
Personal Contact Programme (PCP) held at the Institute’s Campus as and when required.