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Dr. D. Y.


(Deemed to be University)
• Re-accredited by NAAC with a CGPA of 3.62 on a four point scale at 'A' Grade
• 52nd rank in University Category and 79th rank in Overall Category in India under NIRF-2018
• Declared as Category - I University by UGC Under Graded Autonomy Regulations, 2018
• An ISO 9001 : 2015 Certified University

for Admissions to

All India AYUSH Post Graduate Entrance Test 2018
(Conducted by All India institute of Ayurved, Delhi (AIIA) on behalf of Ministry of AYUSH)
Dear Students,

It gives me immense pleasure to welcome you to the ‘Dr. D. Y. Patil

Vidyapeeth’, at Pune which is a temple of learning, innovation and
research with a futuristic vision.

I am very pleased to see the overwhelming response of the students

seeking admission for the various programs under the ‘Dr. D. Y.
Patil Vidyapeeth’. I look at this response as a reward for the
excellent work and efforts taken by our highly trained faculty
members and also due to the acclaimed performance of our alumni
in their respective professional careers.

We have always emphasized on offering world class quality

education & the best of learning facilities for our students thus
enabling them to be at par with the global challenges, competition
and the demanding educational scenario. We ensure that we follow
the latest trends in education & technology to impart the best of professional studies, research and innovation
techniques to all our students.

My dear students I once again welcome you all here at the ‘Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth’, Pune and I can assure you
that we are here to facilitate all your efforts thus empowering you to reach out to the sky and conquer the world of

All the very best, God bless you all!

Dr. P. D. Patil

Dear Students,

It is my privilege to share my views through this brochure, the best

media to connect the young minds of the Nation-“The future,” as
aptly said by Robert Maynard Hutchins “ the objective of education
is to prepare the YOUNG to educate themselves throughout their

Keeping with the Mission of Academic Excellence, DPU - Dr. D.Y.

Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune, is always continuing its date with
inexorable developmental activities in all the fronts, in a bid to
create a world class University.

This is reflected by the consistent expansion of Infrastructure,

Faculty Research contributions & National and International
Linkages & Collaborative Initiatives, signaling out globally that
DPU is focused with its thrust area in Research & Scientific
developmental Activities.

Visualizing to see an enlightened, cultured, and economically vibrant INDIA, developed through education in
diverse disciplines, we at DPU keep up the commitment to contribute towards the GROWTH of our Nation, the
PURPOSE of our Vidyapeeth and also our DREAM to make DPU a global hub for academic excellence in the field
of higher education.

Mrs. Bhagyashree P. Patil

Vice Chairperson
Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth Society

Dear Students,

It gives me great pleasure in introducing to you one of the premier

institutions in the field of health sciences in the country. I believe the
success of a premier University lies in the perfect combination of
having dedicated and knowledgeable faculty, state of the art
infrastructure and students having an urge to learn and create
something new every day. Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune has
always been combination of these three essential requirements,
which is why it has touched the pinnacle in the field of education,
particularly health sciences and has been Re-accredited by NAAC
with a CGPA of 3.62 on a four point scale at 'A' Grade.

The BAMS & MD/MS Ayurved degree of the Vidyapeeth has been
recognized by Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India & the
Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM), New Delhi.

With an aim of providing the advance knowledge in their respective fields and ensuring the students to be at par
with their counterparts, regular interactions with professionally acclaimed guests faculty are organized.

At our Ayurved College and Research Centre, we provide opportunities for involvement in innovative research
projects and life enhancing community service thriving on our campus. We believe that complete education is what
makes a student self-educated. To ensure this, greater emphasis is given on what student have learned and not
necessarily what they were taught.

Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Ayurved and Research Centre, Pimpri, Pune under the aegis of Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth,
Pune has world class infrastructure, highly qualified and dedicated faculty, adequate co-curricular facilities,
spacious museums, laboratories, and libraries having sufficient number of books and journals, with vast and varied
clinical material. The institute has been accredited with 'A' Grade by NAAC and has International Collaboration
through which it is propagating the knowledge of Ayurved all over the world. The college has the right blend of
ambience to promote the highest level of academic and personality development of each student.

What we have achieved so far is definitely commendable. But, I believe that there is still scope for us to become
better and to reach higher levels of academic excellence. I have no doubt that we will be able to achieve these
objectives with cooperation from our faculties of various institutions, which includes experienced, knowledgeable
and caring mentors.

Lastly, I congratulate you for having chosen this college to pursue and attain your future dreams and professional
objectives in the area of health sciences and wish to extend my heartiest welcome on behalf of the entire
Vidyapeeth fraternity. I wish you all the success for your future.

Dr. P. N. Razdan
Vice Chancellor

1st Convocation 10th April, 2010

Felicitation of Chief Guest

Shri. Sushilkumar Shinde
The then Union Minister of Power, Government of India

Conferring the degree of

Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on
Baba Ramdev ji
Founder Patanjali Yogpeeth, Haridwar

Conferring the degree of

Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on
Prof. U. R. Rao
Former Chairman,
Indian Space Research Organization

2nd Convocation 18th March, 2011

Felicitation of Chief Guest Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam,

Former President of India

Conferring the degree of Conferring the degree of

Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on Dr. Vijay Bhatkar, Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on Dr. P. Venugopal,
Chairman, ETH Ltd. and former Director CDAC Chairman, Alchemist Medical Division and
Former Director AIIMS, New Delhi

Conferring the degree of Conferring the degree of

Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on Advocate Ujjwal Nikam, Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on Dr. Narendra Jadhav,
Special Public Prosecutor, Government of Maharashtra Member, Planning Commission, Government of India

3rd Convocation 9th June, 2012

Felicitation of Chief Guest

Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil,
President of India

Conferring the degree of

Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on
Shri. Mohan Dharia,
Former Cabinet Minister and
Eminent Environmentalist

Conferring the degree of

Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on
Shri. Montek Singh Ahluwalia,
Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission,
Government of India

4th Convocation 14th April, 2013

Felicitation of Chief Guest Shri. Sharadchandra Pawar, Conferring the degree of Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on
The then Union Minister of Agriculture & Food Processing Industry, Shri. B. M. alias Babasaheb Purandare,
Government of India Eminent Historian and play-writer

Conferring the degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on Conferring the degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on
Dr. Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan, Prof. M. S. Swaminathan,
an Architect of India's Space Research Programme Eminent Agricultural Scientist

5th Convocation 26th April, 2014

Felicitation of Chief Guest

Hon'ble Shri. Shriniwas Patil
Governor of Sikkim, India

6th Convocation 26th June, 2015

Felicitation of Chief Guest Conferring the degree of Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on
Hon'ble Shri. Pranab Mukherjee, Shri. Sharad Pawar,
President of India Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha)

Conferring the degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on Conferring the degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on
Shri. Abhijit Mukherjee Dr. Raghunath Mashelkar
Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) National Research Professor

7th Convocation 1st April, 2016

Felicitation of Chief Guest Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Conferring the degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on
Minister of Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. C. N. R. Rao,
Government of India National Research Professor & Linus Pauling Research Professor

8th Convocation 8th April, 2017

Felicitation of Chief Guest Shri. Nitin Gadkari, Conferring the degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on
Union Minister of Road Transport, Highways and Shipping, Shri. A. S. Kiran Kumar, Secretary, Department of Space,
Government of India Government of India and Chairman (ISRO)

Conferring the degree of Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on Conferring the degree of Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on
Shri. Avdhoot Shivanand, Shivyog Dham, Shri. Vinay Vilasrao Kore, Head, Warana Co-operative Industrial &
Avdhoot Shivanand Ashram, Gurugram, Haryana Educational Complex, Kolhapur

9th Convocation 29th March, 2018

Felicitation of Chief Guest Felicitation of Guests of Honour

Shri. M. Venkaiah Naidu, Shri. Girish Bapat
Hon'ble Vice President of India Hon'ble Guardian Minister, Pune

Felicitation of Guests of Honour Conferring the degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) on
Dr. D. Y. Patil Prof. Achyuta Samanta
Former Governor of Bihar Founder, KIIT and KISS, Bhubaneswar
Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha)

Conferring the degree of Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on Conferring the degree of Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on
Dr. Pratapsinh G. Jadhav Adv. Vishnu R. Parnerkar
Chairman, Pudhari Publications Pvt. Ltd., President, Guru Seva Mandal, Parner, Maharashtra

Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune
Pune - From Cultural Capital to IT Hub is also known as Oxford of the East

Pune having more than a hundred educational institutes, nine SALIENT FEATURES
Universities, with students from all over the world studying at the
colleges of the Nine Universities, have acquired a reputation of Altitude 575 m
being known as "The Oxford of the East". About 25,000 foreign
students from over 99 countries are studying at Pune. Area 7400 km2
Pune is a city of great historical importance. It flourished during the
Population 6.5 Million (approx)
rule of Chatrapati Shivaji, the founder of the great Maratha dynasty Language Marathi, English, Hindi
in India, and grew during the Peshwa rule. It is situated at the height
of 575 meters above the sea level, on the Deccan plateau in the Climate Max. Temp (C) Min. Temp (C)
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research institutes, such as University of Pune, Deccan College,
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College (AFMC), Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, National Rain
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Vidyapeeth, Pune and its constituent colleges / institutes are located in Pimpri Chinchwad area in Pune.

Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune is located at a distance of 13 km. from Pune Railway Station and 15 kms. from the Airport. Pune is well
connected not only to Mumbai but also with the entire India through rail, air and by roads. It also has an International Airport.

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About Vidyapeeth
Vision Memberships of National and
To help build an enlightened, culturally and economically vibrant India,
developed through education in diverse disciplines.
International Bodies
• Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi.
Mission • Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), UK.
To contribute to the socio-economic and ethical development of the • International Association of University Presidents (IAUP), US.
nation, by providing high quality education through institutions that have • All India Management Association (AIMA), New Delhi
dedicated faculty and state-of-the-art infrastructure, and are capable of
• Institutional Membership of the Current Science Association,
developing competent professionals and liberal-minded citizens.

Vision 2025 Recognitions

To develop a knowledge centre which will be recognised for its academic • Declared as Category - I University by UGC Under Graded
pursue not only in India but also globally Autonomy Regulations, 2018.
• Re-accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council
Objectives (NAAC) with a CGPA of 3.62 on a four point scale at "A" Grade.
The principal objectives of the Vidyapeeth are to :
• Vidyapeeth has also obtained An ISO 9001:2015 Certification
• Establish institutions for learning and research.
• 18th rank in Medical Category, 52nd rank in University Category and
• Raise academic standards in the constituent units of the Vidyapeeth. 79th rank in Overall Category in India (NIRF-2018)
• Develop evaluation methods that raise students objectives. • Medical Council of India (MCI), New Delhi and Ministry of Health
• Bring about capacity development of teachers. and Family Welfare, Government of India.
• Encourage both teachers and students to undertake research. • Dental Council of India (DCI), New Delhi and Ministry of Health
and Family Welfare, Government of India.
• Enter into collaboration with higher educational institutions.
• Ministry of Science & Technology, Department of Scientific and
• Undertake extension activities for the development of the Industrial Research Organization (SIRO), New Delhi.
• Degree of MBBS is recognized by Malaysian Government and
• Develop and enter into collaborative programmes with Indian and Malaysian Medical Council.
foreign Universities and other academic institutions, scientific
organizations and other agencies. • Degree of BDS is recognized by Malaysian Government and
Malaysian Dental Council.
• Carry out instructions and training, distinguishable from
programmes of ordinary nature, for making distinctive contributions • Degree of MBBS is recognized by Medical Board of California.
in the areas of specializations. • Ethics Committee is registered by Drug Controller General of India
• Provide for special training or coaching for competitive (DCGI)
examinations, for recruitment to the Public Services, Public • Medical College selected as a part of The Mahatma Jyotiba Phule
Undertakings and other competitive employment opportunities Jan Arogya Yojana of Government of Maharashtra.
• Develop students personalities as informed and objective critics, • DPU Unit of UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, Haifa was established in
identify and cultivate their talents, train right kind of leadership, May 2015.
develop right kind of attitudes, interests and values.

Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune was granted Deemed-to-be University
status under section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act 1956 by
the Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development,
vide their Notification No. F.9- 39/2001 - U.3 dated 11/01/2003 on the
recommendation of the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.

This status was accorded in recognition of high quality of education

imparted through the state-of-the-art infrastructure and dedicated faculty
of the medical college and ascertaining the potential of the institute for

Constituent Colleges and Institutes :

• Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre, Pimpri, Pune.
• Dr. D. Y. Patil Dental College & Hospital, Pimpri, Pune.
• Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Physiotherapy, Pimpri, Pune.
• Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune.
• Dr. D. Y. Patil Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Institute, Tathawade, Pune.
• Global Business School & Research Centre, Tathwade, Pune.
• Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Optometry and Visual Sciences, Pimpri, Pune.
• Institute of Distance Learning, Pimpri, Pune.
• Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Ayurved & Research Centre, Pimpri, Pune.
• Dr. D. Y. Patil Homoeopathic Medical College & Research Centre, Pimpri, Pune.

Dear Students,

Very warm and Hearty greetings to all of you. I welcome all the
aspiring students to join our esteemed institution for undergraduate
and post graduate studies. Learning is an ongoing process since
childhood. Mother is our first teacher in this world, eventually on
every phase of our life we learn to excell ourselves. It requires
complete involvement as well as commitment from both the
teacher as well as students.

Ayurveda is a science of life & it is aimed at the preservation of

health and prevention of disease by establishing balance and
harmony through nutrition, herbs, meditation and daily regimen.
Ayurvedic science provides knowledge to unfold the reality beyond
the physical body and achieve harmony of Body, Mind and spirit.

Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Ayurveda and Research Centre is a

renouned institute at creation and disscmination of knowledge,
skill and values, fostering of a spirit in intellectual journey.

Our purpose is two-fold one, to develop the best human resourse in the field of Ayurved education, second to
provide the best Ayurvedic healthcare facilities to the needy.

We have highly qualified and expencienced faculty, state of the art infrastructure of college and hospital and
panchakarma centre.

Besides academic and clinical activities we are very much involved in corporate social responsibility. We organise
health checkup and diagnostic camps in rural as well as urban areas serving the needy. Simultaneously our students
get opportunity of community teaching through these camps. We believe in allround development of our students,
our students get opportunity to involve in research scientific as well as welfare activities.

This fullfills the dream of our Chancellor, Dr. P. D. Patil who with his dynamic personality, enthusiasm and
encouragement is always a pillar of strength for us.

We look forward to have you as apart of our esteemed institution and wish you all the success ahead !

Dr. Medha Sanjay Kulkarni


Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Ayurved & Research Centre, Pimpri, Pune- 18.
Dr. D. Y. Patil Ayurved College and Hospital was established by Goal
Dr. D. Y. Patil in the year 2000. The institute is recognized by
The prime purpose of our institute is to expand the area of
Central Council of Indian Medicine, New Delhi. The College is
Ayurvedic System of medicine through updated Education,
constituent College of Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth,Pune. The
Health Care & Research activities for the well-being of the
Institute is flourishing under eminent guidance of Dr. P. D. Patil,
Chancellor of Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune.

The college has intake capacity of 100 students for B.A.M.S.
(undergraduate course). • To build up skilled Ayurvedic Professionals, Trainer &
Researchers for the progression of Ayurvedic System.
• Create global awareness in ancient principles of Ayurveda &
The College conducts Postgraduate Degree Courses in 14 subjects
its practice.
with annual intake of 80 students.
• To provide authentic Ayurvedic care to the community.
• To train the undergraduate and postgraduate student in the
Certificate course ‘Yog Pravesh’ in collaboration with Yog
fundamentals of both theoretical and clinical aspects of
Vidyadham (PCMC) affiliated to Yog Vidya Gurukul Nashik.
Ayurveda so that they can confidently practice as a general
VISION & MISSION • To introduce and involve undergraduate and postgraduate
students in research activities and scientific presentations.
• To promote all-round development of the students, not only in
academics but overall personality so that they can meet
To provide scientific and quality education of Ayurveda and challenges in all walks of life.
Holistic Health care to all the society.
• To create awareness regarding Ayurvedic lifestyle, Diet, and
Yoga and provide health care services at the community level
through well organized and sustained outreach programs.
• Extensive training for faculty in teaching & hospital
• To be an excellent Ayurvedic education centre.
• To provide high quality patient care through Ayurveda.
• To offer post graduate courses in all streams of Ayurveda.
• To propagate health and well being worldwide through
• Ensure maximum participating of students & faculty in
community medicine by organizing extensive activities like
• To focus on promotion of health and prevention of diseases by health camps, awareness programs.
propagating Ayurveda.

Physical Facilities
Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Ayurved and Research Centre, Pimpri, Pune campus is spread
over an area of five acres in Pimpri (PCMC), an urban area. This institute is developed as
per the master plan and has state-of-the-art physical infrastructural facilities for its
academic, administrative & Clinical needs.
Major Building Blocks-Administrative wing, Hospital, Different departments of
• The campus includes 5 acres of Total area. .
• College building is 4 storeyed, having a total area of 5122.50 sq. mtr.
• Hospital area is 4767.07 sq. mtr.
• The Basement is having a Panchakarma unit and pharmacy.
• Ground floor is having OPDs, other associated infrastructure like diagnostic facilities,
registration and dispensing, Administrative wing etc.
• 1st to 4th Floors are having Classrooms, Demonstration rooms, IPDs , OTs and
• Herbal garden covering 4200 sq. mtr.
• Physical facilities include lecture halls, auditorium, museums, central library and Yoga
• Structured LAN facility.
• Wi-Fi enabled campus with high speed internet connectivity.
• Total 14 Teaching departments which are provided with Museums, Laboratories, and
Demonstration rooms.
Clinical Learning Resources
• 250 bedded Hospital with 9 OPD’s, 10 IPD wards, 5 operation theatres.
• Well equipped Central Clinical Laboratory (CCL).
• Facility of Audio-visual projection for live demonstration of surgery.
• Expansion of special OPD
• State-of-the-art Panchakarma Department.
• Hospital Pharmacy Services: dispenses medicine free of cost as per prescriptions to
OPD patients as well as for IPD patients.
• Ambulance van which is available round the clock.
• The hospital follows Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Guidelines as well as Standard
Operating Procedures (SOP). Periodic training and orientation regarding the same is
imparted to faculty and students through CME and educational technology workshops.
Central Library
• Spacious Central Library occupying an area of 482.43 sq. mtrs. with seating capacity of
200 students.
• Separate staff reading room.
• Wide variety of books on Ayurved, Allopathy, Yoga and other allied Medical Sciences.
Variety of Journals/Magazines on Ayurveda and e-Journals.
• The library houses around 12000 books, 70 + Thesis/Dissertations & many National &
International Research/Scientific Journals
• Computer room with internet and printer facility

Programmes offered
• Programs offered on campus:
1. UG programme: 1 - B.A.M.S with 100 students’ intake
2. PG Programmes: 14 (M.D in 11 subjects, M.S in 3 subjects)

Sr. No. Subject PG Degree Intake Capacity

M.D. Programmes
1 Sanskrit Samhita M. D. 06
2 Rachana Sharir M. D. 06
3 Kriya Sharir M. D. 06
4 Swasthavritta M. D. 06
5 Rasashastra & Bhaishajya Kalpana M. D. 06
6 Panchakarma M. D. 06
7 Rog nidan M. D. 05
8 Agad Tantra M. D. 05
9 Dravya Guna M. D. 06
10 Bal Rog M. D. 04
11 Kayachikitsa M. D. 06
M.S. Programmes
1 Shalyatantra M. S. 06
2 Strirog & Prasutitantra M. S. 06
3 Shalakya Tantra M. S. 06

Sanskrit Samhita
Salient Features of the departments –
• Main literature source for Ayurvedic study
• Conceptual and Fundamental principles of Ayurveda are
learned theoretically and demonstrated practically.
• Developed unique models, horizontal teaching for UG
Classes, Group discussions, Departmental seminars,
• Literary research on Single & two Dravya Chikitsa.
• Specific methodology of learning & teaching process i.e.
A d h y a n a , A d h y a p a n a , & Ta d v i d y a s a m b h a s h a
(Intellectual Conferences & Discussions) , Textual
(Apta,Agama) etc in Charak Vimansthana.
• Department has state of the art museum with categorically
displayed various drugs like general drugs, Charkokta
Gana, Mishrak Gana, Ahara Dravya, Wet Specimen &

Rachana Sharir Department
Salient Features of the departments –
• Team of skilled and dedicated staff.
• Spacious and fully equipped dissection hall for cadaver
dissection, specimen preparation and surface anatomy.
• Ample supply of cadavers for UG and PG students.
• Availability of cadaver cutting machine for preparing
sectional Anatomy specimens.
• Well maintained Museum containing abundant
specimens, Models, Charts for study references
• Spacious tutorial Room for practical classes with
provision of OHP and LCD facility.
• Separate post graduate department for PG activities,
seminars etc.
• Special activities for increasing awareness of Body &
Organ Donation in society.

Dravyaguna Vigyan
Salient Features of the departments –
• Well qualified & experienced Teaching Faculty.
• Well-organized, well displayed Museum with plenty of
Dry & Wet specimens, Photographs, Charts.
• Departmental Library- a rich source of reading material.
• Departmental pharmacognosy Laboratory.
• Herbal Garden with more than 280 species of medicinal
• Small groups of 2-4 students teaching & evaluation in
practical demonstration.
• ·Revision classes arranged at the end of semester for
slow learners
• Workshop arranged for skill base learning

Kriya Sharir
Salient Features of the departments –
• State of Art Museum and Facilities
• Informative display of latest UG & PG Instruments &
• Illustrative Models & Specimens
• Display of Unique informative Charts
• Department Laboratory is spacious and having all
required Facilities for UG and PG

Rasashastra & Bhaishajya Kalpana
Salient Features of the departments –
• Department having spacious Research Laboratory
• Raw herbs authentication
• Standardization of prepared medicine
• Medicine & Cosmetic preparation for hospital
• Involving students in Model making and Chart making.
• Innovative Specimens jar of Kalpas
• Specimens of Herbal and Minerals are beautifully

Salient Features of the departments –
• Consultation : wellness, lifestyle management, Diet,
Epidemiological disease awareness Yoga
• Weight loss camps : Holistic approach in the
management of sthoulya (Obesity) by Diet, Yoga,
Exercise And Ayurvedic medicine.
• Museum containing innovative models, charts
Albums,Yoga CDs
• Specious, well ventilated, well equipped yoga hall
• Development of Holistic management of obesity
consisting Ayurved, yoga and naturopathy for non
communicable disease.
• Display of Kitchen Pharmacy
• Separate Post graduate department for PG activity &
Seminar etc.

Rognidan & Vikruti Vigyan

Salient Features of the departments –
• Qualified, competent and experienced teaching faculty
• CCL IS equipped with cutting edge technology and
incorporate the latest diagnostic techniques.
• Accuracy in laboratory reports.
• Experienced and well trained technicians.
• Interactive teaching methods for student
• Interpretation of recent diagnostic modalities in Ayurvedic

Salient Features of the departments –
• Well qualified and experienced teaching faculty.
• Well organized Museum with plenty of specimens,
photo graphs, models.
• Plenty of books in departmental library
• Display of Unique informative Charts
• Informative display of latest equipment and medico
legal cases.
• Regular educational visits to National toxicological
centre, snake park etc.

Bal Rog
Salient Features of the departments –
• Good number of patients are seeking treatment in our
OPD and IPD with variety of diseases.
• Well qualified, experienced teaching faculty.
• Suwarna prashan sanskar camps organised regularly.
• Interactive teaching methods like powerpoint
presentation, bed side clinics etc
• Department having well maintained Museum
displaying charts, models etc.
• Vaccination Facility
• Successful Ayurvedic management of disorders like
cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy.

Stree Rog & Prasuti Tantra

Salient Features of the departments –
• The department has well equipped instruments in labour
room and OT.
• Use of Modern diagnostic techniques like NST, HSG
are in our routine practices.
• Special Ayurvedic regimes for Garbhini i.e Garbhini
paricharya, Prenatal Counselling (Garbhasanskar)
• Sutika Paricharya i.e Dhoopan and dietary advices
• Yonidhupan for various yonivyapadas (Vaginal disorder
and Ayurvedic medications for Menopause)
• Special PCOS Management for Ovulation induction

Salient Features of the departments –
• State of art Panchakarma facility
• Department is fully equipped with individual museum
with various models, charts, etc. which are helpful
teaching aids for better understanding of the subject.
• Highly qualified & well experienced staff.
• Separate facility for males and females.
• 48 types of karmas are practiced.
• Department conducts different training program like
Basic Panchakarma training program etc.

Salient Features of the departments –
• Good number of patients are seeking treatment in our
OPD and IPD with variety of diseases.
• New combination of medicine planned for different
diseases prepared with the help of our college pharmacy.
• Demonstration and powerpoint teaching methods
• Innovated decoction for vata disorders, for general
health and swine flu.
• Specialized OPD for skin and geriatric disorders.
• Researh publications, Research projects, collaborations
with other faculty, promoting prevention and control
measure of different epidemic diseases. Student support
activity and governance

Shalya Tantra
Salient Features of the departments –
• State of the art Operation Theatres
• Variety of Kshar sutra prepared and applied in various
• Highly qualified and well experienced staff
• Ample patients for clinical teaching.
• Well setup departmental Library

Shalakya Tantra
Salient Features of the departments –
• Highly qualified, competent staff in the department.
• Best infrastructure
• Advanced diagnostic Instrument & equipments
• Excellent Departmental library
• Ayurvedic treatments like kriyakalp and chaksushya
medicines for prevention and treatment for eye diseases.
• Ensuring Active Involment of students in research
activities of Department.
• Involvement of students in awareness campaigning for
industrial hazards like noise and deafness & blindness.

Teaching Faculty
Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Dr. Kulkarni Medha Sanjay M.D., Ph.D. Swasthavritta Principal & Professor

Department of Samhita Siddhant

Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Joshi Mrudula Vinayak M. D. ,Ph. D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Rasane Shital Rahul M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Khade Prashant Annaso M. D. Reader
4 Vd. Pol Ojada Chandrashekhar M.A. Sanskrit Lecturer
5 Vd. Patil Ashwini Kumar M. D. Lecturer
6 Vd. Patil Nilesh Gangadhar M. D. Lecturer

Department of Rachana Sharir

Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Chandurkar Nitin Shrirampant M.D Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Indulkar Prajakta Pratap M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Bawa Rupali Prabhakar M.D. Reader
4 Vd. Kamble Amar Shivaji M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd. Kutte Yogesh Damodar M.D. Lecturer

Department of Kriya Sharir

Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Kadu Smita Shamrao M.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Vrushali S. Gaikwad M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Roman Sheetal Uttam M.D. Reader
4 Vd. Deshpande Krishna Prasad M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd. Aradhye Sahadas Avadhut M.D. Lecturer

Department of Dravyaguna
Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Changade Jayashree Vishnupanth M.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Ghangale Neelima Ajay M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Patil Vikrant Narayan M.D. Reader
4 Vd. Shirkande Abhijeet Sarjerao M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd. Patil Rupali Kailas M.D. Lecturer

Department of Rasashastra & Bhaishajya Kalpana

Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Dubewar Arati Prabhakar M.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Dharkar Nilima Sanjay M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Waghmare Amol Hari M.D. Reader
4 Vd. Ingole Ankita Pravin M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd. Shete Ashwin Ashok M.D. Lecturer

Department of Rognidan
Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Joshi Vinayak Nilkanath M.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Shirke Jijaba Mahipati M.D., Ph.D. Professor
3 Vd. Mane Prakash Mukund M.D. Reader
4 Vd. Rohani Sachin Gopaldas M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd.Udmale Mangesh Maruti M.D. Lecturer

Department of Swasthavritta
Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Dr. Kulkarni Medha Sanjay M.D., Ph.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Shirke Urmila Jijaba M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Shinde Yogesh Bhagwanrao M.D. Reader
4 Vd. Kamble Santosh Dadu M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd. Yadav Jyotsna Vitthalrao M.D. Lecturer

Department of Agadtantra
Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Deo Sunila Hemant M.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Shinde Arati Abhaynkar M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Thorat Deepak Sudam M.D. Reader
4 Vd. Waykole Yadunath Chandrakant M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd. Karanje Shubhangi Dnyaneshwar M.D. Lecturer

Department of Streerog & Prasutitantra

Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Patil Jayashree Rajendra M.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Mahesekar Neeta Madhukar M.D. , Ph.D. Professor
3 Vd. Shirke Pradnya Vijay M.S. Reader
4 Vd. Lad Haridaynath Mangesh M.D. Reader
5 Vd. Taware Smritika Mohanrao M.S. Reader
6 Vd. Sawashe Jayashree Abhijit M.S. Lecturer

Department of Kayachikitsa
Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Dr. Yeola Gunvant Hari M.D., Ph.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Dipankar Digambar Ganpati M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Varghese Jibi Thankachan M.D. Reader
4 Vd. Atram Surekha Anantrao M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd. Shekhar Abhijit Dinkarrao M.D. Lecturer
6 Vd. Patil Aarti Shamgonda M.D. Lecturer

Department of Shalyatantra
Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Jondhale Pradeepkumar Bhujangrao M.S. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Anilkumar Rai M.S. Professor
3 Vd. Babar Sanjay Chandrakant M.S. Reader
4 Vd. Patil Atul Vitthal M.S. Reader
5 Vd. Mendhekar Kiran Pundlikrao M.S. Lecturer
6 Vd. Patil Priyanka Dushyant M.S. Lecturer

Department of Shalakya Tantra

Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Amrute Neelima Sanket M.S. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Shiralkar Mayur Vijay M.S. Reader
3 Vd. Jagtap Pallavi Pandharinath M.S. Reader
4 Vd. Ghadge Abhijit Sampat M.S. Lecturer
5 Vd. Kale Anand Vikram M.S. Lecturer
6 Vd. Rahinj Santosh Prakash M.S. Lecturer

Department of Baalrog
Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Khawale Deepak Sahebrao M.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Jagyasi Suresh Nanikram M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Rajpal Ravindra Ramchandra M.D Reader
4 Vd. Momin Mosim Gafur M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd. Patil Aboli Baliram M.D. Lecturer
6 Vd. Bhagwat Sachin Rameshwar M.D. Lecturer
7 Vd. Daundkar Priyanka Prakash M.D. Lecturer

Department of Panchakarma
Sr. No. Staff Name Qualification Designation

1 Vd. Nakade Mamta Mahadeorao M.D., Ph.D. Professor & HOD

2 Vd. Chaudhari Vaishali Raghunath M.D. Reader
3 Vd. Kulkarni Prasad Narhar M.D. Reader
4 Vd. Gaikwad Pranesh Prakash M.D. Lecturer
5 Vd. Pachkawde Ganesh Bhikaji M.D. Lecturer

Admission Procedure • The candidate should posses a permanent registration with
any State Medical Council in India or Central Council of
Introduction Indian Medicine. If he does not have the same he will be
required to obtain such registration within one month after
All India Ayush Post Graduate Entrance Test 2018 (AIA-PGET-
admission to the PG course, failing which his admission to
2018) has conducted by All India Institute of Ayurved, Delhi
PG course will be cancelled.
(AIIA) on behalf of Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.
Course-wise Intake Capacity and Distribution of Seats
The admissions to MD/MS course shall be done on the basis of
AIA-PGET-2018 ranking. Sr. Intake General NRI
No. Subject Capacity Category Institutional
• The eligible candidate will apply online through the
admission portal of Vidyapeeth for the PG (MD/MS) Course M.D. Programmes
- admissions.dpu.edu.in Sanskrit Samhita
1 06 05 01
• The application of eligible candidates will be accepted after a Rachana Sharir
2 06 05 01
processing fee of Rs. 500/- is paid during online submission
of the application. 3 Kriya Sharir 06 05 01
• Once applications of eligible candidates are received, a merit 4 Swasthavritta 06 05 01
list will be displayed on the college website: Rasashastra &
ayurved.dypvp.edu.in 5 06 05 01
Bhaishajya Kalpana
• Candidates whose name has been displayed in the merit list
on the website are required to be present for counselling in 6 Panchakarma 06 05 01
stipulated time otherwise it is considered that applicant is not
7 Rog nidan 05 05 00
interested in the admission.
8 Agad Tantra 05 05 00
Certificates / Documents to be brought on the day of
counselling for admission. 9 Dravya Guna 06 05 01
(All the Originals & two sets of attested photocopies) 10 Bal Rog 04 03 01
• Admit card of AIAPGET (PG -2018) 11 Kayachikitsa 06 05 01
• AIAPGET (PG -2018) Mark sheet
M.S. Programmes
• Nationality certificate issued by District Magistrate/Addl.
1 Shalyatantra 06 05 01
District Magistrate or Metropolitan Magistrate (Competent
Authority for issue of such certificate)/ valid Indian passport 2 Strirog & Prasutitantra 06 05 01
/School Leaving Certificate of HSC/12th Std. indicating the
nationality of the candidate as‘Indian’. 3 Shalakya Tantra 06 05 01
• S.S.C. (or equivalent) passing certificate (for Date of Birth) Total 80 68 12
• BAMS Passing / Degree Certificate
• Internship Completion Certificate on/or before the Counselling NRI/PIO/FN Category
• Permanent or Provisional Registration Certificate NRI - Non Resident Indian; PIO - Person of Indian Origin;
• College Leaving Certificate FN - Foreign National
• Medical fitness Certificate An NRI is a person who is 'not a resident' or who is 'not ordinarily
• Aadhaar Card & Pan Card resident'. A person is treated as 'not ordinarily resident' (i) If he /
she has been resident in India for less than 182 days in the year
• Caste Certificate (if applicable)
preceding the date of application; or (ii) If he / she has been in
• Caste Validity Certificate (if applicable) India for less than 365 days during the four years immediately
• Non-creamy layer Certificate (if applicable) preceding the date of application.
• Gap affidavit (if applicable) A PIO is a person having foreign citizenship (except Pakistan and
Bangladesh) within NRI status, but who holds a foreign passport
• For Person with disability (PWD) Candidates - Medical Fitness at the time of application or at the time of
Certificate of Authorized Medical Board.
consideration of admission and during the period of his / her study
Eligibility and whose one / both parents or anyone / both grand parent(s) is /
• Indian Nationals, Non Resident Indians (NRI's), Overseas are (or was / were), citizen(s), of India by virtue of the provisions
Citizen of Indian (OCI's), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO's) & of the Constitution of India or Section 2(b) of the Citizenship Act
Foreign Nationals are eligible for appearing in the AIA- 1955 (Act. No. 57 of 1955).
PGET 2018 (All India Ayush Post Graduate Entrance Test) An FN is a person having citizenship of a foreign country (any
• The candidate must have passed the qualifying examination country other than India) and not having the status 'NRI' and / or
i.e. BAMS Passing / Degree Certificate 'PIO'
• The applicant should complete his / her rotating internship
training before the commencement of counselling and spot
admission that is by 2018.

Fee Structure Discipline Conduct of the Student
Annual fee structure for the candidate, admitted to the course, 1.1 Obligations of the Student
under different categories shall be as follows: 1.1.1 Conduct himself/herself properly
General NRI 1.1.2 Maintain proper behavior.
Course 1.1.3 Observe strict discipline both within the campus &
Category Category outside of the Institution, and also in Hostel.
` 4,25,000/- 1.1.4 Ensure that no act of this consciously or unconsciously
Clinical US $ 15000
brings the Institution or any establishment or authority
Swasthavritta & connected with it into disrespect.
` 3,00,000/- US $ 12000
Agad Tantra
1.2 Any act/s of the student which is contrary to the clause (1), shall
Non-Clinical ` 2,75,000/- US $ 11000 constitute misconduct and/or indiscipline, which include any
one or more of the acts jointly or severally, mentioned hereinafter;
The Annual fee shall be increased by 3% each years 1.2.1 Any act of the student which directly or indirectly causes
or attempts to cause disturbance in the lawful
(Note: Annual Fee includes Tuition Fee, Development Fee and functioning of the Institution.
other Fee) 1.2.2 The student who is repeatedly absent from the class,
lectures, tutorials, practicals and other courses.
The Annual fee for the first year MD / MS is to be paid by the 1.2.3 The student not abiding by the instructions of the Faculty
student at the time of counselling and for provisional admission members and not interacting with them with due respect.
session by a Demand Draft (DD) drawn in favour of the 1.2.4 Any student found misbehaving in the campus/class or
"Principal, Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Ayurved and Reserch behaving arrogantly, violently towards the faculty, staff
Centre, Pimpri, Pune" payable at Pune. or fellow student.
1.2.5 The Students who is not present for all the class tests,
University Eligibility & Registration Fee (One-time Fee) midterm tests, terminal and preliminary examinations.
Fifteen Percent (15%) of the Annual Fee, payable for the first year 1.2.6 Permitting or conniving with any person / parent /
only, shall be paid by the student separately at the time of filling in guardian, which is not authorized to occupy hostel room,
the Eligibility Application, as University Eligibility & residential quarter, or any other accommodation or any
Registration Fee, which shall be paid by the Demand Draft (DD) part thereof of the Institution.
Drawn in favour of the “Registrar, Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, 1.2.7 Obstruction to any student or group of students in any
Pimpri”, payable at Pune. legitimate activities, in classrooms / laboratories / field
or places of social and cultural activities within the
(Note: The University Eligibility & Registration Fee is non campus of the Institute.
refundable.) 1.2.8 Possessing or using any fire arms, lethal weapon,
explosives, or dangerous substances in the premises of
University Examination Fee the Institution.
In addition to the above fees the student shall pay the University 1.2.9 Indulging in any act which would cause embarrassment
Examination Fee as prescribed by the University from time to or annoyance to any student / authority / staff or any
time. Other conditions and formalities shall be as per the Rules of member of the staff.
the University. 1.2.10 Stealing or damaging any farm produce or any property
belonging to the Institution, staff member or student.
Hostel Fee 1.2.11 Securing admission in the Institution, to any
undergraduate or post graduate programme or any other
Hostel facility is available within the campus course by fabrication or suppression of facts or
Hostel Fee per student for 3 seater Non AC Rs. 2,05,500/- Lakh information.
including food for General and 4355 US $ for NRI. 1.2.12 If the student fails to complete the assignments regularly
and has poor academic performance as assessed by the
Hostel Accommodation regular class teachers and internal assessment, he/she
will not be allowed to appear for the Vidyapeeth
Comfortable and Sufficient Hostel accommodation with examination.
Telephone, Internet & Mess facilities is available for Boys & Girls 1.2.13 If a student remains absent for lectures, practical or class
Separately. test and examinations without prior permission of the
Principal or the head of the departments, she/he will not
be compensated for extra class.
Difference of opinion and any dispute arising in the interpretation 1.2.14 Students should read the notices regularly on notice
and implementation of the clauses in this brochure, if any, shall be boards in the academic complex, library and the
referred to the Vice- Chancellor of Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, department notice boards.
Pimpri, Pune and his decision shall be final and binding on all the 1.2.15 Damage of property of the college and its sister institutes
like tampering with fixtures, fittings, equipments,
instruments, furniture, books, periodicals, walls,
Court Jurisdiction windows panels, vehicles etc., will be viewed very
Any legal dispute arising out of the admission procedure of the 1.2.16 Recording of any electronic images in the form of
course and refund of fees of the University shall be under Pimpri, photographs, audio or video recording of any person
Pune jurisdiction only. without the person’s knowledge; when such recording is
likely to cause injury, distress, or damage the reputation
Warning of such person; is prohibited in any part of the College
The candidate seeking admissions to any of the course of the and hostel premises. The storing, sharing or distributing
Vidyapeeth is warned against possible cheating by unscrupulous of such unauthorized records by any means is also
persons, who may promise and assure seats by extracting large prohibited.
sums of money, from the parents/candidates. The Vidyapeeth has 1.2.17 Use of mobile phones and head phones during college
hours is prohibited.
not appointed any such agent(s). The Vidyapeeth shall not, in any
way, be responsible for the misdeeds of such person(s).

1.2.18 As per the rules and regulations of the Dr. D.Y. Patil notified, he/she will forfeit his/her admission to the
Vidyapeeth, Pimpri, Pune, 80% attendance in a subject course concerned.
for appearing in the examination is compulsory 1.5.2 In respect of subsequent year(s) of study, tuition fee and
inclusive of attendance in non-lecture teaching i.e. other specified fees shall be paid on or before the date as
seminars, group discussion, tutorials, demonstrations, notified to the parents/students and on the Notice Board
practical's, hospital (tertiary, secondary, primary) of the Institution /College concerned. Late payment, if
posting and bedside clinics etc. any, will attract penalty as specified.
1.2.19 The Students must present in proper dress code with 1.5.3 Similarly, examination fee, as prescribed and notified
apron/ lab coat, name badge and identity card on all from time to time, shall be paid on or before the due date.
week days /working days and during clinical duties. If there is any delay, it will attract penalty as specified. If
1.2.20 Admission of the student will be cancelled at any point any student fails to remit the examination fee even after
of time in case of; lapse of the period specified for payment with penalty, Not submitting the required documents in such student will not be issued Hall Ticket for the
time. Vidyapeeth examination(s)/debarred from appearing for Failing to fulfill required eligibility criteria the Vidyapeeth examination(s).
of the programme. 1.5.4 All fees, once paid to the Vidyapeeth account, will not be Submission of fake or incorrect documents. refunded or adjusted for any other purpose under any Admission gained by resorting to fraudulent circumstance.
means, illegal gratification or any unfair
practice detected at any stage during the 1.6 Rules relating to Vidyapeeth Examinations:
entire programme. 1.6.1 The candidates appearing for the Vidyapeeth theory Not paying the stipulated fees on time. examinations shall be under the direct disciplinary
control of the Centre Incharge. Possession of cell phone
1.3 Prohibition of Ragging: or any electronic device or incriminatory materials by a
1.3.1 Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in the campus candidate or found copying from any device in the
and outside. The UGC Regulations on “Curbing the examination hall, is strictly prohibited.
Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 1.6.2 Disciplinary action will be initiated if any candidate
2009” (as amended) and the MCI (Prevention and indulges in any malpractice (unfair means) as
Prohibiting Ragging in Medical Colleges/ Institutions) enumerated in the Vidyapeeth Examination Manual.
Regulations 2009, and DCI Regulations on Curbing the
Menace of Ragging in Dental Colleges,2009 shall be 1.7 Rules for Hostel Students
applicable to all students of the Vidyapeeth. All inmates of the Hostel shall observe the following rules for the
1.3.2 It is mandatory to fill the online Anti Ragging smooth and efficient running of the hostel and for their
undertaking, by every student at the time of the comfortable stay:-
admission and on commencement of every academic 1.7.1 only bonafide students of Vidyapeeth are eligible for
year. admission to the hostels.
1.3.3 Smoking or consumption of alcoholic beverages, or use 1.7.2 Students who fail to remit the Hostel fee when they fall
of banned materials inside the College, Hostel and due, even after a reminder in writing, shall vacate the
Campus is strictly prohibited.. Any violation on the part hostel room allotted to them, forthwith.
of the students will be viewed very seriously and they 1.7.3 No posters or pictures should be stuck inside and outside
will be suspended from the college immediately pending the room or anywhere around the premises of the hostel
enquiry and in the case of hostellers, they will be or College. Hostlers should avoid sticking bills and
expelled from the hostels immediately. Such students posters on the windows, doors and walls (except name
will not be permitted to attend classes/sit for strips on the room door). In case the room is found not in
examinations and enter the campus without the written order, fine will be levied on the erring student.
permission of the competent Authority. 1.7.4 Inmates should switch off fans and lights before leaving
1.3.4 As per the recent UGC Regulations, the affidavits to be their rooms.
filed by the Student and their parent about the anti- 1.7.5 The inmates are advised to close the taps after use in
ragging regulations of UGC, these affidavits need not be order to avoid wastage of water.
on stamp paper nor need to be registered. On the 1.7.6 Dining services will be provided only in the mess and
Contrary they should be submitted by the admitted there will be no room service.
students by submittting these affidavits on-line by 1.7.7 Whenever any hosteller falls sick the same should be
following WEB Site : reported by his/her to the warden who will provide all
http://antiragging.in/site/affidavits_registration_form. aspx (This link necessary assistance to get appropriate treatment or
is also available on DPU website) medicines.
1.7.8 While going out of hostel the students should enter their
name in the register & sign the same by mentioning
1.4 Attendance & Progress:
proper reason.
Each student shall always maintain decency, decorum and good
1.7.9 To leave the hostel premises, permission of the Chief
conduct, besides keeping steady progress and required
Warden is absolutely necessary. Students who want to
attendance. The conduct/ academic performance/ attendance of
stay overnight to visit their parents or guardians should
each student shall be reviewed periodically and appropriate
approach the Chief Warden for permission. Permission
action, including detaining from appearing for the Vidyapeeth
will be granted only after obtaining written request from
Exam/ expelling from the Hostel or College, as the case may be,
the parent/guardian duly signed by them, which will be
will be taken against the erring student. The students shall abide
duly entered in a register maintained in each block by the
by such decision of the authorities of the Institution/Vidyapeeth.
1.7.10 All rooms, corridors, toilets etc. must be kept clean and
1.5 Payment of Tuition and Other Fees
any student who violates the rule shall be expelled from
1.5.1 On admission of candidates to the first year of the course
the hostel.
of study, all the fees mentioned in the letter of admission,
1.7.11 Hostel facility is provided with a view to help the
viz., annual tuition fee, registration and eligibility fee,
student to pursue his/her studies in good environment
health insurance, caution deposit, hostel and mess fee,
and to facilitate/ promote his/her academic progress. A
etc., as applicable, should be paid on or before the
student who fails to keep up the congenial atmosphere
prescribed date without fail. Any delay will attract
and environment in the Hostel or to perform well and
payment of penalty as specified. If any candidate fails to
maintain academic progress shall not be allowed to use
remit tuition fee and other fees within the last date as

the hostel facility and shall vacate his/her room
case inflicting penalties, mentioned in clause No. 8, the authority
immediately on intimation from the Chief Warden/
shall make inquiry, in following manner:
Dean/Principal/Director of Faculties.
1.9.1 Due notice in writing shall be given to the student
All students will be governed by the rules stated above
concerned about his alleged act of misconduct /
and by those that will be framed from time to time during
the academic year.
1.9.2 Student charged shall be required within 15 days of the
Failure on the part of the students to abide by the
notice to submit his/her written representation about
disciplinary rules will result in such punishment
such charge/s.
including expulsion from the College/Hostel as may
1.9.3 If the student fails to submit written representation
be imposed by the Institution/Vidyapeeth/Head of
within specified time limit, the inquiry may be held
the Institution.
The decision of the Institution/Vidyapeeth/Head of
1.9.4 If the student charged desired to see the relevant
the Institution with regard to disciplinary cases shall
documents, such of the documents, as are being taken
be final and all the students shall abide by such
into consideration for the purpose of proving the
charge/s, may at the discretion of the inquiry authority,
be shown to the student.
1.8 Powers of Competent Authority (Dean/Principal/ Director at
1.9.5 The student charged shall be required to produce
the Institute level) documents, if any in support of his defense. The inquiry
The Competent authority may impose any one or more of the authority may admit relevant evidence/documents.
following punishment/s on the student found guilty of 1.9.6 Inquiry Authority shall record findings on each
misconduct, indiscipline, in proportion thereof: implication of misconduct or indiscipline, and the
1.8.1 Warning/reprimand reason for such finding and submit the report along with
1.8.2 Fine proceedings to the competent Authority
1.8.3 Cancellation/withheld scholarship / award / prize / 1.9.7 The competent Authority on the basis of findings, shall
medal. pass such orders as it deems fit.
1.8.4 Expulsion from the Hostel.
1.8.5 Expulsion from the institution PROVIDED; procedure prescribed above need not be
1.8.6 Cancellation of the result of the student concerned in the followed, when the student charged admits the charges in
examination of the Institution. writing.
1.8.7 Temporary annulment from the Hostel/ Institution.
1.8.8 Rustication from the Institution. 1.10 Appeal
If the punishment/fine/rustication is imposed on a student by
1.9 Procedure for Inquiry Dean/Principal/ Director, such student shall be entitled to prefer
If the competent authority is satisfied that there is a prima facie an appeal before the Vice- Chancellor within thirty (30) days of
the receipt of the order.


Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune
(Deemed to be University)
• Re-accredited by NAAC with a CGPA of 3.62 on a four point scale at 'A' Grade
nd th
• 52 rank in University Category and 79 rank in Overall Category in India under NIRF-2018
• Declared as Category - I University by UGC Under Graded Autonomy Regulations, 2018
• An ISO 9001 : 2015 Certified University

Sant Tukaram Nagar, Pimpri, Pune - 411 018, Maharashtra, India.

Tel. No. : (020) 27805000, 27805001. Fax (020) 27420010
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