Common Information for all the Programs

Hostel Accommodation Fee

The genesis of the IIHMR University dates back to October 5, 1984 when its sponsoring body, the Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) was established and registered as a non-profit Society under the Rajasthan Societies Registration Act, 1958.

IIHMR University has limited hostel facility on the campus for the students. The University provides spacious, well-furnished and air-cooled hostel facilities with all modern amenities and conveniences.

Cubical Rooms: Three Individual rooms with study table, chair, wardrobe, bed, mattress and pillow and common lobby and bathroom

Twin Sharing Rooms: a room with two beds, two study tables, two chairs, two wardrobes, two mattresses and two pillows and an attached bathroom.

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  • Fee Refund Policy

    In case, a student/candidate withdraws from the course, the fee will be refunded as per The University norms. If a candidate leaves after commencement of the course, he/she will not be entitled for fee refund except caution money.

  • Policy towards Ragging

    The University observes 'Zero Tolerance' policy to ragging. Strict disciplinary action will be taken against students found guilty of any form of ragging. Every student and parent/guardian should compulsorily submit a signed affidavit regarding this provided along with the application form.

  • Evaluation Process

    Evaluation of a student's performance is a continuous process. To be recommended for the award of the degree, students are required to achieve a prescribed standard in the total course work, including both mid-term and end-term examinations.

Award of Degree

The following are the requirements for passing the examination and award of the degree.

  • Attendance
    Every student is expected to attend all the classes (not less than 75% in any case). No unauthorized absence from field placement is permitted (Please refer to examination policy)
  • Examination
    A student's performance will be judged in the mid­ term and end-term examinations. Every course carries a maximum of 100 marks. The mid-term exam includes assignments, class participation and written exams, whereas the end-term includes written   exams. To clear a course every student has to score a minimum of 50% marks.
  • Summer Training
    Summer training is an integral part of the first-year course. Every student is required to write a summer training report. The students are assessed on the basis of their performance during summer training.
  • Dissertation and Internship
    Every student is required to undergo internship at the end of 2nd   year courses and write an internship report and dissertation separately. The students are assessed on the basis of their performance in the dissertation and internship.

Placement

The University has a fully functional Placement Cell which plays an instrumental role in facilitating the careers of the students. The Placement Cell comprises of Dean, Academic and Student Affairs, as the Faculty Advisor, Deputy Registrar (Academics), and Placement Executive who acts towards the successful arrangement of training and placements of the students. The Placement Committee comprises of the student representatives from all the streams and plays an important role in the Placement Cell.

The Placement Cell facilitates the following activities:

  • Placements for summer training in the first year,
  • Placements for internship and dissertation in the second year, and
  • Campus placements for the outgoing students.

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