Tamil Nadu Medical Students Left Hanging As State Seeks NEET Exemption

Tamil Nadu Medical Students Left Hanging As State Seeks NEET Exemption

CHENNAI: Time is running out for several thousand medical aspirants vying for the some 3,000 MBBS seats across Tamil Nadu. After a court order on Monday struck down 85 per cent reservation for Tamil Nadu state education board students in medical colleges in the state, the state government has been sitting on a proposal toRead more about Tamil Nadu Medical Students Left Hanging As State Seeks NEET Exemption[…]

Only one medical school in Saint Lucia is accredited

Only one medical school in Saint Lucia is accredited

With the recent announcement of the Atlantic University School of Medicine’s (AUSM) move to Antigua after seven years of operating here, the issue of accreditation of local medical education institutions has taken centre focus. Education Minister Dr. Gale Rigobert has confirmed that AUSM was not accredited and has been, along with other medical schools onRead more about Only one medical school in Saint Lucia is accredited[…]

Are we not ashamed of opposing NEET? HC judge asks TN govt

Are we not ashamed of opposing NEET? HC judge asks TN govt

The Madras High Court on Wednesday, March 15, made some critical observations on Tamil Nadu government’s opposition to the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) – a national level examination for entrance to premium medical institute. “Are we not ashamed of opposing the NEET? Do you underestimate the ability of our students and the standardRead more about Are we not ashamed of opposing NEET? HC judge asks TN govt[…]

MCI agrees to remove restrictions of age ceiling and number of attempts for NEET

MCI agrees to remove restrictions of age ceiling and number of attempts for NEET

Taking note of a suggestion given by the Supreme Court-appointed oversight committee, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has done away with all restrictions placed on candidates appearing for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET). Taking note of a suggestion given by the Supreme Court-appointed oversight committee, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has done awayRead more about MCI agrees to remove restrictions of age ceiling and number of attempts for NEET[…]

MCI needs restructuring but not at the cost of its autonomy

MCI needs restructuring but not at the cost of its autonomy

NEW DELHI: In its eagerness to restructure the Medical Council of India (MCI) to overhaul medical education in India, the Centre is taking away its autonomy. Under the Indian Medical Council Act 1956, the states and the Centre nominate and elect members to the MCI, which is India’s apex body for regulating medical education andRead more about MCI needs restructuring but not at the cost of its autonomy[…]

Medical Council of India Cancelled 95 Students’ Admission to PG Courses: Kiran Bedi

Medical Council of India Cancelled 95 Students’ Admission to PG Courses: Kiran Bedi

The Medical Council of India (MCI) has rescinded admission of 95 students in PG courses at seven private medical colleges here for the 2017-2018 session as they were enrolled by violating rules and regulations, Lt Governor Kiran Bedi has said. The Medical Council of India (MCI) has rescinded admission of 95 students in PG coursesRead more about Medical Council of India Cancelled 95 Students’ Admission to PG Courses: Kiran Bedi[…]

NEET Admission 2017: Medical Council Warns Students of These 69 Colleges

NEET Admission 2017: Medical Council Warns Students of These 69 Colleges

Medical Council of India (MCI) has warned the students about ‘certain unscrupulous elements who are misleading the applicants by alluring them that they would get them admitted in MBBS course in medical colleges’. NEW DELHI: Medical Council of India (MCI) has warned the students about ‘certain unscrupulous elements who are misleading the applicants by alluringRead more about NEET Admission 2017: Medical Council Warns Students of These 69 Colleges[…]

Govt bans 32 private medical colleges from admitting students for two years

Govt bans 32 private medical colleges from admitting students for two years

Over the years, undergrad medical studies in India have been mired in controversy, and a mushrooming of private colleges to meet growing demand has led to widespread corruption and a fall in the quality of medical education in the country. The Union health ministry has banned 32 private medical colleges from admitting students for twoRead more about Govt bans 32 private medical colleges from admitting students for two years[…]

Lapse in Permission to Medical Colleges Could Invite Calamity: Supreme Court to Medical Council of India

Lapse in Permission to Medical Colleges Could Invite Calamity: Supreme Court to Medical Council of India

The Supreme Court today asked the Center and the Medical Council of India to be cautious in granting permission to institutions imparting medical education saying any lapse could invite a “calamity” in the absence of qualified doctors with impeccable qualities. Press Trust of India | Updated: August 02, 2017 20:31 IST NEW DELHI: The SupremeRead more about Lapse in Permission to Medical Colleges Could Invite Calamity: Supreme Court to Medical Council of India[…]

Paying touts for MBBS admissions? It will be cancelled, warns Medical Council

Paying touts for MBBS admissions? It will be cancelled, warns Medical Council

NEET rules make counselling for MBBS admissions mandatory, but touts are making offers to candidates to join private colleges directly after paying hefty sums It’s raining text messages on candidates who have qualified National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) this year from touts promising them seats in private medical colleges for anything between Rs 10Read more about Paying touts for MBBS admissions? It will be cancelled, warns Medical Council[…]

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