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NEET admit card 2019 released: How to download

NTA NEET admit card 2019: The admit card for the NEET exam has been released. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on May 5, 2019 from 2 pm to 5 pm

MP NEET PG counselling merit list 2019 released: How to download

MP NEET PG merit list released at dme.mponline.gov.in. The Madhya Pradesh combined postgraduate counselling for admission to the postgraduate medical courses including MSD, MD, MD and diploma was conducted on March 8, 2019.

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MCI, Health Ministry clash over seats in govt medical colleges

MCI is reluctant to review 150 cases to prevent existing medical seats from being scrapped.

Now,government teachers to retire at 62 instead of 60

The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT),Chandigarh on Wednesday ordered that retirement age of teachers in government medical colleges be increased to 62 years from 60 years.

Extended deadline approaches but no medical college seeks additional seats

Government medical colleges do not seem to be interested in taking up the Medical Council of India’s offer to increase the number of students to 410 or almost 20 per cent.

Privatisation of radiological services opposed

The decision of the state government to privatise radiology services in 14 government medical colleges and all district hospitals in the state has not gone down well with the healthcare professionals,trade unions and NGOs.

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TN opposes move to conduct CET for UG and PG courses

69% reservation unique to state would be affected by conducting CET for courses: Jayalalithaa

Despite extra marks,docs skip rural areas

“I am sorry to say that no one has come forward to practice in rural areas,” admitted Azad.

Medical interns on strike,demand higher stipend

Nearly 750 interns from five government medical colleges went on an indefinite strike demanding hike in their stipend.

Maha govt medical interns threaten stir from May 2

The interns of the Government Medical Colleges across Maharashtra are planning to launch an indefinite strike from May 2 to seek to resolve their long pending demand for a hike in their stipend,their association said. There are 2,000 interns working at 18 government medical colleges across the state and they are given a meager sum […]

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