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NEET medical admission: Gujarat-born students do not need to show domicile papers, says govt

Clearing the air on those required to produce domicile certificates this year, Nitin Patel said, “Only those students who are born outside Gujarat, but have passed 10th and 12th exams in Gujarat and whose parents are living in the state, will have to produce domicile certificates.”

AIIMS MBBS results: Chetanya Mittal tops Tricity, secures AIR 4

Mittal, a resident of Sector 35 and son of Dr Puneet Mittal and Dr Monika Mittal, was a student of Sri Guruharkrishan Model School, Sector 38, Chandigarh. Hard work and focussed attention are the key to success for Chetanya. He scored 97.8 per cent in his Class XII result.

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JIPMER MBBS results 2019 declared: Arunangshu Bhattacharya tops, check counselling schedule

JIPMER MBBS result 2019: The first rank has been obtained by Arunangshu Bhattacharya with 99.9986761 percentile. He has also obtained AIR-19 in NEET this year

AIIMS MBBS admit card 2019 released at 5 pm at aiimsexams.org: How to download

AIIMS MBBS Admit Card 2019 released at aiimsexams.org.in. The entrance exam will be held on May 25 and 26, 2019. Candidates need to carry admit card to the exam centre, otherwise, permission will not be granted to appear in the exams.

MUHS board for removal of "virginity test" from MBBS course

The board's move came in response to a detailed report submitted to Registrar of MUHS Dr K D Chavan on December 26, 2018 by Khandekar.

Fate of 180 MBBS students at stake as Kerala Governor returns bill to regularise admission procedures

Sathasivam's action came two days after the Supreme Court ordered cancellation of admissions of these students as it upheld the appeal by the Medical Council of India against regularisation of these admissions made in the self-financing Kannur and Karuna medical colleges in 2016-17.

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Professional courses like MBBS should be taught in Indian languages: Venkaiah Naidu

Apart from gaining knowledge from across the globe, students must also remain rooted to India’s glorious culture, traditions and ethos, he said.

MBBS student commits suicide: Tired, wanted to be cricketer

Her friends told police that Bansal was unhappy about her poor academic performance and always worried about examinations.

NEET becomes mandatory to pursue MBBS abroad

Indian Citizens/Overseas Citizen of India intending to obtain primary medical qualification from any medical institution outside India, on or after May 2018, will to mandatorily qualify the NEET.

MCI era is over: New regulator for medical education, exit tests for MBBS

According to the Bill, a 25-member commission selected by a search committee headed by the Union Cabinet Secretary will replace the elected MCI.

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