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NEET PG 2019: Tamil Nadu notifies Incentive Scheme for PG Medical Admissions

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NEET Scores will soon have Validity of 3 years

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Medical PG degree from Foreign Countries ...could soon be valid in India (once they clear DNB exam )

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Good News for Medical Graduates...MODI Govt initiated PG Diploma conversion to PG Tamil Nadu gets MCI nod for 461 PG Medical Degree Seats in 11 Medical Colleges

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MODI Govt in INDIA, approved a redevelopment plan of Delhi's AIIMS to convert it into a "world class" medical university.

10, 000 MBBS seats approved, 920 added in Govt Medical Colleges, reveals RTI

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AIIMS gives Major Boost for 2019 Admission, 400 MBBS Seats to be added at New, Existing AIIMS MBBS admission is the target for those who are dreaming about Doctor Career. After the implementation of the FMGE- the exam for the Medical Graduates, graduated from foreign countries (called as MCI screening test ) , the success ratio is quite low for those studied in Russia like countries. Language barrier, Too hard climate conditions , Lack of food-style etc makes our Indian students tired in such European countries too. So Philippines is the trending destination for all medical dreamers. And hence recently numerous students are getting transferred from Russia, China & all European Countries to UV Gullas College of Medicine , Cebu City, Philippines, once they got interacted with their friends whoever studied or studying at UV Gullas.

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NEET UG 2019: Applications to be accepted even if photograph uploaded without name As per the latest observation by the National Testing Agency (NTA), many candidates have uploaded the photograph without the name and date. NTA closed the correction window for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG-2019) on January 31, 2019. In its recent notification, NTA stated if a candidate has forgotten to mention his/her name and date in the uploaded photograph, his or her application form will not be rejected.

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The number of medical students headed abroad is rising fast. Here’s why The number of students applying for admission to medical courses abroad is high, and rising steeply. A response to a recent Right to Information (or RTI) application stated that the Medical Council of India (MCI) has issued 3, 386 more eligibility certificates to foreign medical aspirants in 2018 than in 2017, a rise of about 24%. The year before, the number had nearly doubled. The mandate of getting an eligibility certificate to study medicine abroad came into force only from January 2014 and ever since the numbers have been rising sharply every year. For Dr Abdul Mateen, who studied medicine in the Philippines in 2011, it was just a cheaper option than a private medical school in India. “Also, the spectrum of disease there, unlike in Russia, is very similar to the spectrum of disease in India, ” he says.

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CHENNAI: The Union Health Ministry has so far, sanctioned additional 56 postgraduate medical seats to the State Health Department for the 2019-2020 academic year. According to a health department official, “We had applied for approval of 157 seats, among them, 56 seats have been sanctioned so far. We have also asked for conversion of 393 diploma seats to PG seats this academic year and the approval is awaited for the same. We started receiving the seats from the last three months. Yesterday, we received four seats, ” the official said on Monday. “The State is also awaiting sanction of additional 354 MBBS seats. We have asked for additional 150 MBBS seats for Karur Medical College, 95 seats for Madurai Medical College. With these figures, the MBBS seats will go up from 150 to 250. We have also asked for 100 seats for Tirunelveli Medical College, ” the official added. The sanctioned 56 PG medical seats are: six seats in Community Medicine (MD) for Madras Medical College, Chennai, and four seats for Madurai Medical College. With this, seats in Community Medicine in Madras Medical College increased from four to ten. The ministry sanctioned eight seats in General Medicine (MD) for Government Theni Medical College. Also Kanyakumari Medical College got four seats in Paediatric Medicine (MD). Madurai Medical College got approval for four seats in Respiratory Medicine (MD). Government Dharmapuri Medical College got eight seats in General Surgery (MS). Government Villupuram Medical College got eight seats in Anaesthesia (MD). Kilpauk Medical College got two seats in Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy (MD DVL), two seats in Ophthalmology (MS) and two seats in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (MD). Also, Thoothukudi Medical College got approval for eight seats in Anaesthesia (MD), the official added.“We will get approval for MBBS seats and pending PG seats for this academic year. We are positive about it, ” said an official from the Directorate of Medical Education.