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MBBS in Philippines : +91 944 555 38 77 Recent News in India...CBSE mulls challenging Madras High Court order on providing grace marks in NEET for Tamil medium students The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10 ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks--4 marks each for 49 erroneous questions--in the Tamil version of NEET. NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is contemplating to move the Supreme Court against an order by the Madras High Court granting grace marks to those who wrote this year's NEET exam in Tamil, sources in the HRD Ministry said today. The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10 ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks--4 marks each for 49 erroneous questions--in the Tamil version of the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET). The petitioner, senior CPI(M) leader and Rajya Sabha MP T K Rangarajan, had sought full marks for the 49 questions, saying key words in Tamil questions were wrongly translated from English which caused confusion among students. There were 180 questions carrying 720 marks in total in the NEET. "CBSE is contemplating to move the higher court, but a final call will be taken after holding consultations with various stakeholders and seeking legal opinion, " a source in the ministry said. Another source said senior officials from both CBSE and the ministry were holding consultations in the matter. However, a senior health ministry official said they have not been approached by the CBSE and that the "body is free to decide on the future course of action". The information bulletin of NEET exam had said that "candidates opting for regional languages would be provided bilingual test booklets in selected regional languages and in English. In case of any ambiguity in translation of any of the questions, its English version shall be treated as final". Sources said the CBSE could highlight this aspect while challenging the high court order. The NEET exam is conducted for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Health Ministry. The CBSE conducted the NEET on May 6 in 136 cities in 11 languages, the results of which were announced on June 4. In Tamil Nadu, about 1.07 lakh candidates took the test across 170 centres in 10 cities. Passing the orders, the high court had directed CBSE to consequently revise the list of eligible candidates and publish it afresh. The judges said the students who took the NEET for admission to medical and dental colleges in Tamil should be suitably compensated to provide a level-playing ground. Trending News in India...Scholarship offer is open for Merit Students whoever applying for Medical Admission in UV Gullas 2018-2019.ie MBBs in India Contact: 944 555 8 77 www.uvgullas.com
MBBS in Philippines : +91 944 555 38 77 Recent News in India...CBSE mulls challenging Madras High Court order on providing grace marks in NEET for Tamil medium students The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10 ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks--4 marks each for 49 erroneous questions--in the Tamil version of NEET. NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is contemplating to move the Supreme Court against an order by the Madras High Court granting grace marks to those who wrote this year's NEET exam in Tamil, sources in the HRD Ministry said today. The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on July 10 ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks--4 marks each for 49 erroneous questions--in the Tamil version of the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET). The petitioner, senior CPI(M) leader and Rajya Sabha MP T K Rangarajan, had sought full marks for the 49 questions, saying key words in Tamil questions were wrongly translated from English which caused confusion among students. There were 180 questions carrying 720 marks in total in the NEET. "CBSE is contemplating to move the higher court, but a final call will be taken after holding consultations with various stakeholders and seeking legal opinion, " a source in the ministry said. Another source said senior officials from both CBSE and the ministry were holding consultations in the matter. However, a senior health ministry official said they have not been approached by the CBSE and that the "body is free to decide on the future course of action". The information bulletin of NEET exam had said that "candidates opting for regional languages would be provided bilingual test booklets in selected regional languages and in English. In case of any ambiguity in translation of any of the questions, its English version shall be treated as final". Sources said the CBSE could highlight this aspect while challenging the high court order. The NEET exam is conducted for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Health Ministry. The CBSE conducted the NEET on May 6 in 136 cities in 11 languages, the results of which were announced on June 4. In Tamil Nadu, about 1.07 lakh candidates took the test across 170 centres in 10 cities. Passing the orders, the high court had directed CBSE to consequently revise the list of eligible candidates and publish it afresh. The judges said the students who took the NEET for admission to medical and dental colleges in Tamil should be suitably compensated to provide a level-playing ground. Trending News in India...Scholarship offer is open for Merit Students whoever applying for Medical Admission in UV Gullas 2018-2019.ie MBBs in India Contact: 944 555 8 77 www.uvgullas.com
NEW DELHI: Students willing to study MBBS in foreign universities may soon have to clear the NEET as the government plans to make the test mandatory for them so that only competent students make the cut. Currently, students who wish to study medicine in any government or private medical college in the country have to clear the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) which came into existence from 2016. According to a senior health ministry official, the proposal is at an advanced stage. The official said that among those who go abroad to study medicine, around 12 to 15 per cent of the graduates manage to clear the Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE), a licensure examination conducted by the Medical Council of India. "A mere 12 to 15 per cent of the graduates, who come back after studying abroad, manage to clear the Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE). If they don't clear the FMGE, they don't get registered to practice in India. "In such cases, they start quackery or practice illegally which can be dangerous. So the move is aimed at ensuring only competent students get to study medicine in foreign universities, " the official said. At present, a student who wishes to take up a medical course has to obtain an essentiality certificate from the MCI for admission in any medical college outside India. Every year, around 7, 000 students go outside India to study medicine. Most of the students go to China and Russia. "As per the data, the percentage of graduates who have studied abroad and have cleared the FMGE has ranged between 13 and 26.9 per cent in the last five years. This is really a matter of concern as they go out, spend lot of money of their parents and are not able to contribute to the healthcare in India once they come back, " the official explained. 7 COMMENTSOnce the new proposal is approved, those aspiring to study medicine outside India will be given a No Objection Certificate (NOC) only if they clear NEET, the official said. There were some complaints that the FMGE paper was very tough because of which those who come back from abroad are unable to clear it. But a committee constituted to review the FMGE syllabus found it to be perfectly suitable and relevant.
MBBS in China & Bangladesh is very poor...As the MBBS licensing results of Nepali students who have studied in China and Bangladesh have been disappointing, the Nepal Medical Council has suggested the Ministry of Education implement a set of standards on the colleges that students are being enrolled in, so as to avert such a situation.
As the MBBS licensing results of Nepali students who have studied in China and Bangladesh have been disappointing, the Nepal Medical Council has suggested the Ministry of Education implement a set of standards on the colleges that students are being enrolled in, so as to avert such a situation. So MBBS in Philippines is getting very famous across the globe.
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.
#MBBS in Philippines #MBBS admission in Philippines #MBBS in Philippines 2018 #MBBS admission in Philippines 2018 Top 25 Reasons to Study MBBS in Philippines 1. The MD in Philippines is recognized and approved as an equivalent course to the MBBS by the MCI (Medical Council of India) who has established and maintain uniform standards of medical education. 2. Philippines medical universities are widely renowned in many countries for the superior standard of education and also have listed in the WHO, IMED and ECFMG medical education directories. 3. Professors in the Philippines universities are coming from different countries, including USA and India who are highly qualified and experienced in the allied field. 4. Philippines medical colleges are regulated by the Philippines ministry of education and that is why Philippines colleges do not have any capitation fees as well as no donations to be paid for enrollment. 5. Another advantage of an Indian student is the climate of the Philippines. Philippines climate varies from 23 °C to 32 °C throughout the year, which is very alike to the Indian climate helps Indian students in settling with no trouble. The other advantage of the similar climate is, people having the same pattern of disease which aids to the Indian students who want to practice in India. 6. There is no any donation required to enroll in Philippines medical college, unlikely to Indian medical colleges. 7. Philippines follows US education system that opens numerous opportunities to make a career in English speaking countries inclusive of UK, USA, Australia, Canada, etc. 8. The English medium of instruction diminishes the barrier of learning the native language and helps to concentrate only on the study. 9. All the medical colleges in Philippines emphasis on practice over theory give you greater extent of practical experience that helps you during practice. 10. The entire faculty of the Philippines medical colleges is co-operative and ready to help you in every query. 11. As the MBBS degree of Philippines is recognized by MCI, you can practice in India after completing the MCI registration formalities. 12. The MBBS degree of Philippines is recognized by every major country, that proffers you great career opportunity of working in the US, Canada, Australia and other developed countries without any extra course. 13. The living cost at Philippines is very less compare to other along with there is very mere difference in Philippines currency and Indian currency that makes Philippines more affordable. 14. We have a large number of messes and team of Indian chefs to make all the Indian dishes available for Indian students at affordable rates. 15. India and Philippines both havea tropical climate that helps you to quickly adjust to the Philippines climate. 16. Listed on the 12th as the most populous country in the world, hence you will have greater opportunity to practice with a varied and large number of patients. 17. You can easily communicate with patient and a local as the Philippines is the 3rd largest English speaking country where almost 94% of Filipinos speak English. 18. If you are planning to migrate at US, there is good news for you. The student can crack the USLME parts I and II in Philippines only under the guidance of medical professors. 19. Philippines is also renowned country for MD, the students coming from US, UK, Germany, France, Australia, Japan and South Korea is an evidence of it. 20. If we look at the data of past years and today, the number of Indian students enrolling for MBBS in Philippines are drastically increased shows its worthiness. 21. Excellent flight connectivity from India offers easy commutation throughout the year 22. Philippines embassy is very liberal, that means it is easy to obtain a student visa and quick processing of documentation. 23. To study MBBS in Philippines approx 20, 000 students enroll every year that shows prominence of the Philippines is not only limited to the India. 24. Universities of the Philippines not only prepare for medical practice, but also prepare students for the MCI screening test. 25. In Philippines getting an admission in UV Gullas, would be the best for foreign students as it is the most secure city in the world in terms of crime.
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