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MBBS in IIT Bombay will be soon reality. IIT Bombay announced strategic plan to transform from world class engineering institute into World Class Research University IIT Bombay Ranked 126-150( worldwide) in Engineering and Technology category, however in overall ranking institute has poorly ranked and it has been listed 351-400 Rank band.  In another reputed QS ranking Institute has jumped from its position of 219 last year (2017) to 179 in 2018. However in Academic Ranking of World Univer
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From next year, medical aspirants blocking seats in the centralised NEET counselling in the country may have to pay a penalty of up to Rs 2 lakh. They may even be debarred from participating in counselling further if a Union health ministry proposal is accepted by the Supreme Court. The idea behind the move is to reduce the vacancies created due to blocking of multiple seats by students. The Union health ministry, with the approval of the Medical Council of India (MCI), has proposed a “r
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In a move to set rolling long-pending reforms in medical education, the Union Cabinet on Friday cleared the national medical commission (NMC) bill that reduces red tape and gives the Centre a say in fixing fees in up to 40% of seats in private medical colleges. The new bill seeks to replace the existing apex medical education regulator, Medical Council of India (MCI), with a new body in an effort to increase transparency in the wake of corruption cases with regard to admissions to medical colle
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Around 25% of students from the state’s private medical colleges who belong to reserved categories may have to mandatorily serve in rural or tribal areas for a year after completing their course. The government is likely to make the service mandatory from the coming academic year. This would be the first time that the bond service is extended to a section of students in private colleges. The state government totally or partially funds the education of these students admitted in private c
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Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, which recently hosted its 17th convocation ceremony at its headquarters in Nashik, registered a healthy 17.2% rise in pass percentage among MBBS students. The University, which is charged with providing trained manpower for the state’s healthcare sector, also saw similar numbers in postgraduate, undergraduate and the diploma courses. Experts said the upswing in pass percentage was good news for Maharashtra’s doctor-patient ratio. According
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JIPMER and AIIMS conduct their own entrance exams and are therefore, exempted from National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG) for admission to MBBS courses.   Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Puducherry (JIPMER) will conduct MBBS exam on June 3, 2018. In a tentative schedule released on the official website (jipmer.puducherry.gov.in), the Institute has announced the exam date and other important dates. The entrance examination is conducted annually to
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WITH the entrance exam for post-graduation courses roughly a month away, medical graduates of 2017 are still unsure whether they are eligible to apply this year. The confusion comes after the department of medical education and drugs passed a government resolution (GR) on October 12, making it compulsory for post-graduate applicants to complete their one-year bond service. While the department has hinted at exempting fresh graduates from the new rule and implement it from 2019, an official deci
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Students and teachers in medical colleges across the state will now get first-hand knowledge of la test developments in the field of healthcare right from the expert doctors via online. The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) is all set to introduce its much-awaited digital project aiming to improve the knowledge and skills of students and faculty . The MUHS will launch its digital platform officially on November 11. The digital lectures will be available online on the portal that
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  ग्रामीण भागात सात हजार डॉक्टर उपलब्ध होणार शासकीय तसेच महापालिकेच्या वैद्यकीय महाविद्यालयातील डॉक्टरांना ज्याप्रमाणे ग्रामीण भागात एक वर्षांची सक्तीची सेवा करण्यासंदर्भात बंधपत्
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Pune: Pravin Shingare, director of the state Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), has written to the state government to enforce the government resolution (GR) on rural service bonds for final year MBBS students after two years. Shingare said the present rule was “unjust“ for the students as they will not be able to appear for the postgraduate (PG) entrance exam. On the other hand, MBBS students from private medical colleges will corner the PG seats in government c
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One in five seats were vacant even after the Supreme Court permitted a third round for centralised superspecialty medical admissions. Close to 50% of these seats are vacant in sought-after government colleges. The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) is planning to remove the eligibility criteria of 50 percentile in NEET-superspecialty in the coming year to increase the pool of eligible candidates. In the first centralised admission process to fill 1,901 superspecialty seats in the cou
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Bhubaneswar: Director General of Health Services, Prof Jagdish Prasad today said the Central government, in consultation with the Medical Council of India (MCI), was taking steps to revise the syllabus of the MBBS course. He said the step is being taken to ensure that the MBBS students do not require to study in great detail many aspects of medical science in which they would specialise subsequently. “The new syllabus may be ready in another one and half years,” Prasad told reporters
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MUMBAI: The Maharashtra government’s decision to bar doctors who have not completed the oneyear mandatory rural service from postgraduate (PG) courses is likely to affect students who were given admission by the state. Speaking to HT, officials from medical education department said that the Government Resolution (GR) issued on October 12 is only applicable to 700 seats filled by the state. They said the new rule is biased towards non-domiciles and students from private and deemed medical
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Plans To Merge 1-Yr Service With 5.5-Year Course The state's medical education department has proposed to tweak the duration of the MBBS course to 6.5 years from the existing 5.5 in order to leave no room for students to dodge rural postings. The idea is to merge the rural bond service with the course duration so students are awarded degrees only after completion of their one-year stint and before they can go for post-graduation. Under the current rule, a medical graduate is allowed a wind
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450 Extra Seats Likely To Be Available Aspiring medical students can look forward to at least 450 additional seats, and four new colleges in the state by the 2018-19 academic year. The numbers might even go up.Not only does it mean lesser competition for medical aspirants in the state, it also means better access to quality health services for citizens. The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), which had invited proposals for new medical colleges, starting of new PG courses, and in
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Deemed universities and private colleges across the country are staring at a huge crisis of unfilled undergraduate medical seats under the new system of centralised counselling intr oduced on the Supreme Court's orders this year, reports Manash Gohain. As the third round of counselling ends on Thursday , over 50% of MBBS seats and 84% of dental seats in the institutes are vacant. The final mop-up of vacant seats is scheduled for August 28. With the medical and dental admission pro cess set
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Agencies have been invited by Pune Municipal Corporation to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) from concept to commissioning of a medical college that will have 100 seats and a 500bed hospital. The civic body recently uploaded the details of its proposal on its website which said other corporations like Mumbai and Thane established medical colleges many years ago and these institutes are the backbone of public health care system in those cities. The PMC is planning to replicate a similar m
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Hospital Where Deaths Took Place Among Those Hit As the death of children in Gorakhpur's Baba Raghav Das Medical College (BRDMC) grabs national headlines, a sharp cut by the Yogi Aditya Nath government in the budgetary allocation for medical education this year is raising questions. That's because this is the head under which the BRDMC, like other state-run colleges, receives funds. The budgetary allocation for 14 such medical colleges and their associated teaching hospitals has been p
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In what could be a shot in the arm for the health sector, the Centre has done away with the mandatory requirement of 10 acres of land to establish a medical college in metropolitan areas. While announcing the relaxation, the ministry of health and family welfare has said a unitary piece of land will be new criterion and there would be no restrictions as regards the size of the plot. In the latest public notice, the ministry has said it has amended the Establishment of Medical College Regulatio
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MUMBAI: From the next academic year, medical graduates serving in remote parts of Maharashtra will get bonus marks in their entrance tests for post-graduation courses depending on the type of the area they served in — rural, hilly, tribal or Maoist-affected. The Directorate of Health Services (DHS) proposed setting up a committee to categorise such areas and decide the quantum of additional marks — more challenging the working conditions, more the marks. Students will be awarded up
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Mumbai: The first seat allotment list for medical aspirants is likely to be released on Thursday . Candidates approached the Directorate of Medical Education and Research and demanded that details of where students took class X from be released. The Aurangabad bench of the Bombay high court is likely to pass an order on who is eligible to be categorised as state students.
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MUMBAI: Even as students welcomed the Maharashtra government’s decision to review its decision to allow others from outside the state to apply for seats in medical colleges, they are worried about the delay in admissions. On Monday, the Maharashtra government decided to delay the announcement of the first seat allotment list for state quota in government-run and private medical and dental institutes as the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) filed a review petition in the
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WAR Those clearing class 12 here are now eligible for state quota Document verification will decide whether all those who have applied are eligible for state quota seats. DMER cannot do away with this procedure. RANJAN MEHTA, parent MUMBAI : Medical and dental aspirants in the state are up for another fight for seats in coveted colleges, with a petition planned to challenge the new rules on domicile eligibility. On July 7, the Aurangabad bench of Bombay HC relaxed domicile norms for medical a
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Unhappy with changes made to the domicile rule in the ongoing medical and dental admissions, parents and students want to discuss their concerns with the state medical officials. A meeting between parents and officials will be held at the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) on Saturday. “The recently introduced change in domicile eligibility has made a huge difference to the state merit list. Students from other states have made it to the top ranks, pushing students from t
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Several medical aspirants aren't content with the ans wer key for NEET-undergraduate released on Thursday and plan to challenge it. While the CBSE's expert committee has already identified two questions in the physics section to be ambiguous, students and coaching institutes claim answers for at least two more questions--one each in zoology and chemistry--given in the answer key , are incorrect.Many are also upset about the committee not acknowledging two questions asked on the physiolo
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State-run JJ Hospital and Grant Medical College in Byculla will on Tuesday apply to Medical Council of India (MCI) seeking 44 extra seats for its postgraduate superspecialty courses. Currently, i t has 15 seats. This application follows MCI's special notification on May19 giving government medical colleges “one more chance“ for a “one-time increase in seats in superspecialty courses under revised teacher-student ratio in medical colleges (already running superspecialty cou
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For preparation of JEENEET, selection of coaching institute is very important because JEE NEET students want experienced teaching faculty and proper guidance. And with a perfect blend of technology one can significantly improve performance. One such institute that has been a pioneer in introducing new technology into its introducing new technology into its course is Rubic's Rostrum. The Institute has been offering state-of-the-art preparation for various competitive examinations. With a good
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The state government has decided that the number of doctors and nursing staff in all government hospitals-cum-medical colleges would be decided on the basis of beds in the hospitals. The move would help fix the perennial problem of manpower crunch at government hospitals. The rise in the manpower at the government hospitals-cum-colleges would help raise the intake of students for graduate and postgraduation medical courses.Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis took this decision on Monday evening af
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The Bombay high court has directed a final year female MBBS student of the BJ Medical College here to pay Rs 10 lakh to the state government for availing the other backward class (OBC) quota benefit against a non-creamy layer (NCL) certificate obtained by making false representation. The HC bench comprising Justice V M Kanade and Justice P R Bora passed scathing remarks in a judgment on May 5 against the girl's father -a financially well-off surgeon who owns a well-equipped 16-bed hospital
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12th May 2017
MUMBAI: The state’s Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) on Thursday said that nine private medical colleges in Maharashtra had refused to disclose the fee that they had stipulated for post-graduate courses, delaying admissions in the process. The fees for half the seats in any private and deemed medical college is decided by the state, and the other half is decided by the institute itself, which includes the NRI quota, said DMER. “We had asked the colleges to discl
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Suspect Also Cheated One From Mumbai Of Rs 20 Lakh A medical aspirant lost two years of his academic career, besides Rs 23 lakh to a tout who had taken the amount on the pretext of helping him secure admission to a leading private medical institution here in 2014. The tout had provided the student a fake identity card of the college in Dhankawadi, apron and also books of MBBS course. The student and his father approached the college administration when they did not receive any communication f
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Claim 5-10% Was Agreed Upon Earlier Youngsters from the city studying at the BKL Walawalkar Rural Medical College at Chiplun in Ratnigiri district and there are up in arms against the hike in MBBS course fee by 86%. The parents said the hike was unprecedented as the institution had agreed to a 510% increase at the time of admission last year. Around 150 parents have filed complaints against the college with the state Fee Regulatory Authority (FRA) that gave permission to hike the fees in two
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It is that time of the year when parents are reminded about the cost of a career, and they don't mind spending any amount for their children's future. But this year, medical college admissions, often termed recession-resistant, are a different story . Some institutes are finding it difficult to fill certain categories of post-graduate seats. The most extreme example is of Kashibai Navale Medical College, Pune. Thanks to an astronomical annual fee of Rs 96.6 lakh, all to be paid by chequ
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Pushing for major judicial reforms to bring uniformity in the selection process and curb the practice of favouritism and nepotism in selection of judges in lower judiciary , the Supreme Court has decided in principle to introduce a common test for selection and sought suggestions from states and Union territories on the mode of implementation. Although creation of All India Judicial Services was proposed in 1960, it could not be implemented due to stiff opposition from various state governments
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The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) has finally initiated the process of starting new medical colleges across the state from the 2018-19 academic session. The varsity has invited proposals for colleges, starting of new PG courses and increasing the intake capacity for undergraduate and post-graduate courses in health sciences from the existing colleges as well as from educational trusts. “The university has officially invited applications from interested trusts and colle
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The Supreme Court on Friday rejected the state government's appeal challenging the Bombay high court's stay order on its rule and notice making domicile mandatory for admissions to postgraduate (PG) medical courses in the state. Nishant Katneshwarkar, the state government's standing counsel in the apex court, confirmed the development to TOI when contacted over the phone. “The SC bench has disposed of the appeal without granting any relief. The bench has, however, given a dire
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Private medical and dental colleges from Maharashtra have submitted a plea in the Supreme Court, challenging the Medical Council of India’s (MCI) decision to conduct admission to all medical and dental colleges, including private and deemed, through the state-led centralised admission process (CAP). According to a notification from MCI, issued on March 11, admissions to all medical and dental colleges will be based on the marks obtained by applicants in National Eligibility-cum-Entrance T
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All medical aspirants can appear for National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) this year irrespective of age as the Supreme Court on Friday removed the cap of 25 years fixed by CBSE. A bench of Justices Dipak Misra and A M Khanwilkar said CBSE's decision to fix an age limit on the basis of the administrative instruction of Medical Council of India seemed wrong and students should not be barred from appearing for entrance examination. The court directed CBSE to extend the application deadli
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15 Veterans Cherry-Picked, Fellowship To Start In AugustPostgraduate doctors will now have an opportunity to get trained under some top supra-specialist doctors practising at different hospitals in the state. The expertise and innovation of these doctors in surgical and medical techniques, which are not part of the regular curriculum, will be made available to post-graduate doctors in the form of a year-long fellowship.At least15 doctors have agreed to train four to five young doctors annually ,
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The state government has announced that the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be the qualifying examination for admissions to ayurveda, homeopathy, veterinary and nursing and health science courses other than MBBS or BDS for the academic year 2017-18. The state Common Entrance Test (CET) cell said the admissions would take place on the basis of merit of NEET, except for seats reserved under the 15% national-level quota and the stipulated management quota. Stating that NEET is th
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The Medical Council of India (MCI) has given its nod to the increase in the student-teacher ratio for postgraduate medicine courses in Maharashtra. The decision will add up to 1,200 new postgraduate medical seats in Maharashtra's government medical colleges, Maharashtra University of He alth Sciences (MUHS) Dileep Mhaisekar vice-chancellor said. `A meeting of the MCI was held in Delhi on Friday to discuss the issue of MD and MS seats. Due to the less number of seats for the postgraduate cour
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Parents of medical aspirants from the state on Monday wrote to the Directorate of Medical Education & Research (DMER), demanding an additional batch this academic year for those left without a seat owing to the changes to the admission procedure.
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In a first, the state government is set to introduce a _star rating_ system for state-run medical colleges, along the lines of the college grading system employed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and National Board of Accreditation (NBA). While the NAAC is responsible for accrediting traditional degree colleges, the NBA periodically assesses technical institutes. However, there is no body in place to evaluate medical colleges.
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Allegations of physical assault by a husband cannot be disbelieved merely as there is no medical certificate to prove injuries, the Bombay high court has ruled. A division bench of Justices Vidyasagar Kanade and Swapna Joshi granted a plea by Khar resident Seema Shetty (36) to divorce her abusive husband, Nitin Shetty (52), a hotelier in Mumbai.
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Several students who were pinning their hopes on a plea filed in the Supreme Court, seeking to fill vacant seats in government medical colleges, were left disappointed on Friday . Parents from the state had filed a petition seeking extension of admission dates to fill the six vacant seats in state's government colleges. However, that petition was withdrawn after a similar case filed by a Delhi-based NGO on filling up of vacant seats across the country , was dismissed by the apex court, marking a
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The aspirants last attempt at trying their luck to bag vacant seats in medical and dental institutes was shot down by the Supreme Court on Friday after two separate petitions seeking extension of admission dates were dismissed.
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The Directorate of Medical Education & Research (DMER) has proposed to go with merit in NEET even for admissions to health sciences courses like ayurveda, homeopathy , physiotherapy , nursing etc and not conduct its own CET. While the Supreme Court has asked the state and Centre to use NEET scores for admission to MBBS and BDS courses, the central entrance test is not binding on other allied health sciences courses.
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The state has decided to use the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) as the qualifying examination for admission into the post-graduate diploma courses conducted by the College of Physicians and Surgeons (CPS), an 104-year-old institute located in Parel.
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Two weeks after the Supreme Court (SC) rejected a plea by the state_s Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) to extend the admission date to October 7 for all government-run and private medical and dental institutes in Maharashtra, private dental colleges, whose seats are left vacant, want Dental Council of India (DCI) and the Centre to again move the court and seek an extension.
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The state's directorate of medical education and research (DMER) has proposed to take control of deemed medical and dental institutes in Maharashtra
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Admissions to various government-run, private and deemed medical and dental institutes in the state started in June this year but almost four months later, seats still remain vacant in various institutes.
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Amidst confusion, the final day of medical and dental admissions concluded on Friday , ending the sixmonth ordeal for aspirants.
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As the state Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) awaits the Supreme Court_s (SC) nod to allow it more days to fill up vacant seats in government and private medical institutes, students who had secured seats in deemed institutes last month withdrew their admissions for seats in private and government institutes.
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The long-drawn admission process to medical and dental courses in institutes across the state will end on Friday.
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The Supreme Court on Thursday extended admissions to all government and private medical colleges by a day .With the spot admission round on Friday , the chaotic medical admission season for this year's batch will come to an end.
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After confusion over admissions to deemed medical universities, the Directorate of Medical Education and Research(DMER), on Monday released a provisional merit list based on NEET scores
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Ritu Ojha, a US national and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI), came to Mumbai to pursue graduation in dental science from a good college in Maharashtra
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The state government has, once again, approached the Supreme Court (SC) seeking more time to complete admissions government and private medical and dental institutes.
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SC relief for medical aspirants

29th September 2016
Thousands of medical and dental aspirants heaved a sigh of relief on Wednesday after the Supreme Court gave its verdict regularising all admissions already done at deemed institutes and allowing the state to allot the vacant seats. This means students from across the country can now avail a seat in the deemed institutes of the state. The court also extended the last date of admission to October 7.
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In a big relief for deemed universities in Maharashtra and Kerala, the Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to quash the admissions done by them for MBBSBDS courses on the basis of their own counselling by defying the government's decision on centralised counselling.
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With the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) becoming a hurdle in charging capitation fees, private medical colleges across the country have substantially hiked tuition fees, while the cost of medical education in government medial colleges remains the same. Tamil Nadu saw the highest jump in the cost of private medical education. At the Chennai-based SRM Medical College, the tuition fee is now Rs 21 lakh or Rs 94.5 lakh for the four-and-a-half year MBBS course against Rs 10 lakh per a
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Confusion over medical admissions in private and deemed institutes continue to haunt students, even as a minority private college from Pune, MA Rangoonwala College of Dental Sciences, moved the apex court seeking permission to admit students at institute level and not by the state. While admissions in private colleges across the state have commenced with the Bombay high court permitting common counselling, students who were allotted this college have been turned away by the management.
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In a big relief for deemed universities in Maharashtra and Kerala, the Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to quash the admissions done by them for MBBS, BDS courses on the basis of their own counselling by defying the governments decision on centralised counselling. Taking into account the fact that admissions to more than 80% of the seats are over and classes have started in some of the deemed universities in Maharashtra, a bench of Justices A K Sikri and L Nageswara Rao upheld the admissions.
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Experts and educationist have expressed concern over the fact that private and deemed medical universities in the state have failed to put up a list of candidates selected for the MBBS programme
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Although admission to private medical colleges in the state are likely to be delayed further as the Bombay High Court on Wednesday pushed the hearing of an ongoing case to Thursday, the court has made a move to ensure seats do not lie vacant due to the hold-up. The HC has directed the government to prepare all-India merit list of candidates based on their performance in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).
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Medical aspirants and their parents gathered at the Bombay High court on Thuesday, only to be told that the ambiguity surrounding admissions to MBBS and BDS courses in Private institues will stay for another day as the High Court postponed the hearing to Wednesday.
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The UP government on Friday announced that the states private medical and dental institutes would have to offer 50% seats to meritorious students from economic weaker sections.
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Parents of Medical aspirants seeking admissionsto private institutes plan to intervene in case filled by a Nashik trust against the staate government in the bobay high court.
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The Bombay High court Thursday withheld publishing the selection list for MBBS and BDS courses based on the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) scored in unaided private colleges.
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The bombay high court stayed the ongoing admission in private unaided medical colleges on Thursday. The order comes as a setback to medical aspirants.
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Traditionally, the health care sector has been dependent on individuals as it calls for significant involvement between the patient and the doctor or hospital. However, with technology seeping into everyday life, healthcare organisations too now rely on technology (to a large extent) to deliver better care and patient outcomes. A few areas where technology is increasingly used in the sector are Electronic Medical records, Telemedicine, Operating room, Mobile and Wearable Technology.
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Typically, there are three assessors for each college, though in rare cases there could be just two or sometimes four. By this count, there were a total of 1,149 inspectors for the 371 colleges, though the actual numbers of people involved was only 394. The analysis also shows that Gujarat and Maharashtra alone accounted for 104 of the 394 assessors and for 330 of the 1,149 inspections. Thats a little over a quarter in each case. significantly, assessors from these two states had 227 private col
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The civic body has proposed to set up an independent postgraduate institute at Yashwantrao Chavan Memorial (YCM) Hospital in pimpri instead of developing it jointly with the maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik.
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Cost for an MBBS at a private colleges in Tamil Nadu had doubled, and will now cost close to Rs 2 crore. Private medical colleges and deemed universities in Tamil Nadu have increased fees for MBBS after the CBSE released the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test(NEET) results on August 17. The average cost of studying at a premier college is now Rs 1.85 crore up to Rs 1 crore as tuition fee and Rs 85 lakh as capitation fee. All private medical colleges and deemed universities are now mandated t
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The management of Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences based in Ahmednagar moved the Bombay high courts Aurangabad bench against the states decision to hold a centralized admission process for deemed institutes. The institute is run by the family of Radhakrishna Vikhe-patil, leader of opposition in the legaslative assembly.
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Even though the Supreme Court in its verdict on admissions to medical and dental colleges made it cleat that implementation of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance (NEET) was necessary to streamline admissions to institutes across the country, very little opf it seems to have happend. Many students have been spending anxious hours to get some clarity on MBBS and BDS admissions, while the government is still fumbling with the rules and regulations.
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the maharashtra govt. has decide to include eight deemed universities in the state in its centralized admission process,much to the relief of medical aspirantsand parents.
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Medicine all the way

22nd August 2016
Heres an overview of what it takes to make a career in three medical super specialisations-NEUROSURGERY-what it entails?- A career in neurosurgery entails the diagonasis, treatment and prevention of diseases that affect the nervous system, primarily the brain, spinal cord and the peripheral nerves.
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The Much-awaited results of the second phase of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET-II) were announced on Tuesday, a day ahead of schedule. Thousands of medical and dental college aspirants in the state checked their results which will be valid for private colleges only. Of the 7,31,223 applicants, around 56 per cent have qualified in the exam conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
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Of the 7.3lakh students who took the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (both NEET-1 and NEET 2), 4.09lakh have qualified for admissions to private and deemed medical and dental institutes across the country. The results for the tests were announced on Tuesday.
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The results for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) have brought little or no cheer to many students in the city, who were expecting better scores to get into institutes and courses of their choice. While many plan to move to paramedical courses, some plan to take NEET next year to better their score.
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The health ministrys circular issued on August 10, which states that admissions to private and deemed institutes will be conducted through a centralised process, had brought relief to thousands of students who are vying for the 3,395 seats ub private and deemed institutes.
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