National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for MBBS withdrawn

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for MBBS withdrawn

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for MBBS withdrawn


It has been only two days since Medical Council of India (MCI) announced the NEET for all MBBS and PG medical courses. The Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry on January 4 2016 has declared that the eligibility criteria and the common entrance exam rule are invalid and it has asked MCI to withdraw its notifications.

Mr. Kapil Sibal, the Union Human Resource Development Minister said that the final decision on this issue will be taken only after consultation with all states and the meeting

It has been only two days since Medical Council of India (MCI) announced the NEET for all MBBS and PG medical

.

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courses. The Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry on January 4 2016 has declared that the eligibility criteria and the common entrance exam rule are invalid and it has asked MCI to withdraw its notifications.

 

Mr. Kapil Sibal, the Union Human Resource Development Minister said that the final decision on this issue will be taken only after consultation with all states and the meeting will be from January 11 to 13.

All India Medical Association which is an organization for all self financing Medical Colleges is also requesting MCI to withdraw its notifications by writing to the Prime Minister.

This common entrance exam has already been opposed by many states. Some of the private Medical Institutions has already gone to Supreme Court regarding this issue. But the court has said that it would interfere with the notifications of MCI regarding the common entrance exam.

After this request to withdraw its notifications, MCI is standing on a firm ground saying that it has issued the notifications only after the approval from Supreme Court. While taking this case, Supreme Court has said that no pending petitions will stand in the way of MCI’s notifications.

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0 # Sabir ali 2017-08-10
i want to get admission in bams in baroda .completed neet sxamination.
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0 # Jayesh 2017-07-24
Hello sir, I am 3rd year B.com student, I want to pursue MBA from Baleshwar,Please suggest top B-School over there.
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0 # Jagan 2017-07-25
Hello, after b.com, MBA will be the right career option, you can find here the list of good B-Schools in Baleshwar- MBA in Baleshwar
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0 # Syed ishaq hussain 2017-07-07
B A M S & B E M S admissoin in hyderabad reqwired for elgeblety
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0 # Syed ishaq hussain 2017-07-07
I am intrested admison in bams or bems reqwired for dacument & elgeblaty
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0 # AL MUNTAZRUL MEHDI 2017-06-29
I would like to know in detald about BAMS course and its scope in india
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0 # AL MUNTAZRUL MEHDI 2017-06-29
I would like to know iñ detald about course and its scope in india.
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0 # Priyansh 2017-05-31
Hii, I am from Zind, I want to do M.Ed, but I have not B.Ed, is it possible?
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0 # Mukesh 2017-06-01
No NCTE approved M.Ed colleges/universities in Zind or any other place admit the students only after B.Ed
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0 # Aayush Older than three months
Hello Sir, May I know the specialisation in MBA and also suggest some good B-Schools in West Godavari ?
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0 # Jagan Older than three months
There are various specialisation in MBA i.e. Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, etc, find some good MBA colleges Rajiv Gandhi Degree College ; Dnr College - Post Graduate Department Of Management Studies ; Kgrl College Of Management Studies ; Sree Rama Institute of Management
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-1 # prettyflower Older than three months
Hi Perikilathu Joseph,

Pharm D
(Doctor of Pharmacy)

Duration :
5 years + 1 year of internship/residency

A Pharm.D graduate could find jobs mostly related to the clinical force of India. With gradual amendments being made in the health care industry, the Pharm.D graduate could play an active role in heading the Hospital Pharmacy Setting (Hospital Setting/ Hospital Pharmacy)
Also with a large number of Pharmaceutical companies opting for clinical trials the industry is heading towards a business worth 1.4 billion by way of clinical trials.
As the Ayurvedic doctors conduct clinical trials so also the Pharm.D program concentrates on giving these graduates an opportunity to conduct clinical trials and clinical studies. Meanwhile, a Pharm D. graduate could work at industries that deal with clinical trials related to product line & product pipeline.
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0 # Older than three months
Hello,

I would like to know in details about PHARM.D course and its scope in India.

Regards

PJ
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