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What holds back students from rural jobs: Poor infra, poor drug supply, pay issues

This study was conducted to determine the discouraging and encouraging factors affecting medical students’ interests towards working in rural areas and support new policies able to address this issue.

PGIMER result 2019 today: Check steps to download, counselling schedule

PGIMER result 2019: The first counselling will be held on May 14, 2019, second and third on July 12 and 26, 2019. Based on the counselling sessions, students will be allotted seats in different courses.

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2,117 injured in accidents involving two-wheelers last year: Chandigarh PGI data

Fatal accidents involving two-wheelers continue to be on a higher side, reveals an analysis of data of victims of fatal accident cases rushed to trauma centre at Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) in 2018. As per the statistics, out of total 3,561 victims of fatal accidents in Chandigarh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and […]

Chandigarh: No contractor, PGIMER canteen in filthy state

The contract of the previous contractor was cancelled by the administration and on the temporary basis the charge was handed over to PGI Welfare Department. The contractor was found to be over charging on food items.

PGIMER retains second spot among medical institutions

Over 800 medical institutions in the country were assessed on the basis of five factors: Teaching and learning and resources, research and professional practice, graduation outcome, outreach and inclusivity, and perception.

Chandigarh: World Hearing Day observed at PGI

One the occasion, a public awareness program was carried out. The public was made aware of various pre and post natal causes of hearing loss.

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Rain causes pain for attendants at PGIMER

The attendants faced problems as they were sleeping in open spaces, when they encountered rainfall around 4 am.

Miffed at rescheduling, PGI resident doctors to boycott convocation slated for February 9

Doctors, especially from abroad, sent mails to President of Association of Resident doctors, Dr Uttam Thakur, saying their resentment be lodged and they will boycott the convocation, if scheduled on February 9.

Heart disease: 35 per cent mortality rate recorded in cardiogenic shock patients, shows PGI study

Cardiogenic shock (CS) is a severe situation after heart attack in which the heart fails to pump blood to the body and is the leading cause of death in heart patients.

Chandigarh: 50 families of children with Type 1 Diabetes attend PGIMER event

The event was held in the auditorium of Advanced Pediatrics Center. About 50 families of children with Type 1 Diabetes attended the event.

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