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  • Bhopal: Pune imposters dupe doctor’s daughter of Rs 4 lakh

    Bhopal: A city based doctor’s daughter was duped to the tune of Rs 4 lakh by seven persons who promised her admission in a private college in Pune. The cheaters posing as medical college officials persuaded the girl and her father to part with the cash on assurance of her admission in their institute. However, the girl later found out that she has been duped.

  • Bhopal: Medical College seats will be 2000 in coming year, says ACS

    Bhopal: ACS RS Julania said, “Medical Council of India (MCI) has permitted state government to run the newly developed medical colleges on the basis of the arrangements that we have made there. Seats have increased been from 700 to 1200. It will go up to 2000 next year.”

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    Bombay High Court seeks data of medical students passing every year

    Mumbai: In an attempt to find out the reason for availability of lesser number of doctors serving tribal communities living in remote areas of Maharashtra, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday directed the state government to submit a data spelling out the exact number of students, who crack the medical exams each year.

  • Bhopal: Thieves target two houses, decamp with booty worth thousands

    Bhopal: Electronic goods and Rs. 17,000 cash were burgled from Jain Nagar under Koh-e-Fiza police station area on Sunday.   The house where six medical students were tenants was targeted by miscreants and escaped with four mobile phones and Rs 17,000 cash.

  • Indore: Three students score 31, 32 and 32 out of 30 in MBBS pre-final year practical

    Indore: Can a student secure 31 or 32 marks out of 30. Yes, if the person is enrolled in Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences (SAIMS). In a major goof up three MBBS prefinal year students have been allotted more than the maximum marks in practical by Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University (MPMSU).

  • Bhopal: Can’t accommodate all 150 students in RKDF Medical College, DME tells Supreme Court 

    Bhopal: Citing a list issued by Medical Council of India, State’s Directorate of Medical Education (DME) has informed Supreme Court that it cannot accommodate more than 36 students of derecognised RKDF Medical College. The Supreme Court, however, has asked the State’s Directorate of Medical Education (DME) to initiate process for accommodating medical students of the college.

  • Bhopal: Two AIIMS students suspended for ‘exposing’ wrongdoings

    Bhopal: Two students of AIIMS have been reportedly suspended for highlighting alleged corruption and anomalies at the institute. The final year medical students Sunny Aachwani and Sant Guru claimed that the administration has suspended them as they raised voice against the prevalent ‘corruption and irregularities’ at the institute.

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    Bhopal: Protesting medical students of AIMS resort to begging, selling tea

    Bhopal: A day after begging on the city streets, the protesting students of Advance Institute of Medical Science, slept on road under the blazing sun in front of the Governor House on Friday. Leaving no stone unturned to catch the attention of the authorities and people towards their grievances, the Medical students also resorted to selling tea at board office.

  • Indore: Medical students to explore rural life through ‘Gaon chalein hum’ project

    Indore: In all 40 students of every medical colleges in the city will visit villages to get acquainted with villagers’ way of living, their culture and health problems they face. Students will stay in villages for three days in the camp to be conducted by an organisation called Students for Development (SFD). The SDF has launched a project called ‘Gaon chalein hum’ (Let’s go to village).

  • Mumbai: Parents, doctors use WhatsApp for addressing undermined issues of medical students

    Mumbai: A WhatsApp group has been created by parents of medical students and is also supported by noted psychiatrists, psychologists and medico-legal experts are slated to address undermined issues for medical students. The doctors said that it is a good platform for students to share their emotional or psychological trauma.

  • Mumbai: Talent outreach programme for medical students by Metropolis Healthcare

    Mumbai: With a view to empower medical students with scholarship, mentorship and world-class laboratory ecosystem, Medengage programme has been launched by Metropolis Healthcare, which is a global chain of pathology labs and diagnostic centres. This medical talent outreach initiative will help nurture upcoming medical talent across India.

  • Bhopal: Prahlad fires another salvo at CM

    BHOPAL: After assailing the state government on the issue of cancellation of admissions of 634 medical students on the orders of the Supreme Court, BJP MP Prahlad Patel has again attacked the chief minister – this time over the Narmada ghats at Jait.

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    With CET being scrapped, HSC syllabus are no longer reliable for medical and engineering exams

    Aspiring medical and engineering aspirants will no more have to study the syllabus set by the state governments’ board. In 2016, Supreme Court had announced that admissions to all medical and dental courses will be carried out on the basis of NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test). Recently, the All India Council for technical Education (AICTE) has announced that admissions for all the engineering colleges will be based on an all-India entrance test. The new-system will

  • Bhopal: Prahlad Patel attacks state government on Vyapam issue

    BHOPAL: BJP MP Prahlad Patel, on Thursday, launched an attack on his own party’s government on the issue of the Supreme Court’s decision of cancelling admissions of 634 medical students in the Vyapam scam.

  • Indore: IMA youth wing protests against NEXT, NMC

    Indore: More than 500 medical students and members of Indian Medical Association (IMA) staged demonstration against NEXT, the proposed exit exam for MBBS students to qualify for the profession, and the proposal to establish National Medical Council (NMC) by dissolving Medical Council of India, on Wednesday.

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