Examination Application Form
The steps to be followed when applying for examinations at the PGIM are as follows
- PG trainees shall refer the examination calendar for the current year published by the PGIM
- Download relevant examination circulars
- If a candidate fulfills all prerequisites as at the date of deadline, he/she can download and fill in the examination application form
- Details on how to fill in the application form are as follows:
- Part A – Should be filled by the candidate
- Part B – Should be recommended by the Consultant/Head of the Institute
- Part C – Should be recommended by the DGHS. Instead of the Director General of Health Services (DGHS), authority is delegated to the head of the line ministry institutions or the Regional Director of Health Services (RDHS) to recommend and forwarded the application to the Director/PGIM.
- Candidates shall pay the relevant examination fee online.
- Candidates shall send the softcopy of the duly filled examination application (PDF) along with all relevant documents and the payment slip to email@example.com and send the hard copies of the same via registered post to the Senior Assistant Registrar/Examinations, No.160, Prof. Nandadasa Kodagoda Mw, Colombo 07 on or before the deadline.
- Late submissions will not be accepted.
MSc in Medical Toxicology Examination
Special instructions for applicants under category 2 for the MSc Medical Toxicology program
Applicants who wish to apply under Category 2 for the MSc in Medical Toxicology program should download the application form from the link below.
Special instructions for applicants in MSc Medical Toxicology Part 1 and Part 2
Foreign Applicants who wish to apply for MSc Medical Toxicology Part I & Part II should download the application form from the link below.
Please note that foreign applicants are required to make the payment as per PGIM fee structure https://pgim.cmb.ac.lk/index.php/fees-structure/#1490007322461-9473ccc2-22b6 for subsequent repeat attempts.
Assistant Registrar (Examinations),
Postgraduate Institute of medicine,
160, Prof. Nandadasa Kodagoda Mawatha,