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NEET mandatory for candidates to pursue medical degree from abroad after May 2018

NEET mandatory for candidates to pursue medical degree from ab...

New Delhi : The Health Ministry has clarified that students wanting to study medical course in a foreign country after May 2018 must qualify common national entrance examination NEET. It also said that the candidates who have already taken admission under the ... Sify, 2 months ago

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Over 4 Lakhs Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India for Medical Purpose during 2016: Tourism Minister

The total Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEEs) through tourism during 2015, 2016 and 2017 were Rs.1,35,193 crore, Rs.1,54,146 crore and Rs.1,80,379 crore (provisional), respectively. The share of foreign tourists arriving for medical purpose was 4.85% in the year ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

NEET mandatory for medical courses in foreign universities too

The health ministry today made the national eligibility-cum-entrance test (NEET) mandatory for even those who wish to pursue medical courses in foreign universities.
 DNA2 months ago Medical Council of India (MCI) proposal to amend the Screening Test Regulations 2002, approved by Health Ministry  PIB2 months ago Press Note  PIB2 months ago

'Maligning the medical fraternity was not expected of PM'

The Indian Medical Association and the Mumbai Association of Medical Consultant have written a letter to Narendra Modi expressing disappointment over his statement during the Bharat ki Baat Sabke saath event in London. The Indian Medical Association and the Mumbai Association of Medical Consultant has expressed disappointment over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement in London where he had highlighted an alleged nexus between doctors and pharmaceutical firms and said that ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Iranian couple held for flying with fake passports

Immigration officials at the Kempegowda International Airport nabbed foreigners, who had switched from the domestic to international terminals flashing fake Spanish passports at the immigration desk. Golboustani Vahid (38) and Erfaneh Sadighpourahmadiyeh ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Govt approves removal of provision of 'bridge course' in NMC Bill

The government today approved amendments to the National Medical Commission Bill including removing the contentious provision of "bridge course", which would have allowed practitioners of alternative medicines to pursue allopathy, an official statement said.Observing the need to act strictly against unqualified practitioners, the government approved an amendment to make the punishment for any unauthorised practice of medicine "severe" by including a provision for imprisonment of up to one year ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago IMA rejects Parl panel suggestions on NMC bill, calls indefinite strike from April 2  Business Standard1 month ago Parliamentary panel rejects Centre’s proposal for ‘bridge courses’  Mathrubhumi1 month ago

Asif approves exchange of 'special' Pakistani, Indian civilian prisoners

[Pakistan] Mar.7 (ANI): Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif on Wednesday approved humanitarian gestures for civilian prisoners incarcerated in both India and his country. In a statement, the spokesperson of the Pakistan Foreign Office said, ...
 Sify1 month ago Pak approves India's proposals about exchange of prisoners: FO  Business Standard1 month ago

India's innovation driven by its paradoxes, say IIT alumni

India's many paradoxes - including its large number of people with health problems but a medical infrastructure that draws in a large number of foreigners - also provide an avenue to do large-scale innovations and produce great innovators, say experts.
 Business Standard1 month ago

Terminally ill person has right to refuse treatment: SC

A person, suffering from terminal illness, has a right to refuse medical treatment to avoid "protracted physical suffering", the Supreme Court today said. The important observation came in a landmark verdict of a five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

NPPA gives free hand to companies to withdraw stents

Days after lowering the stent prices further, the government made it clear to the foreign manufacturers that they were free to withdraw their stents from $ 530 million Indian market if they cant sell their products within the ceiling price fixed by the NPPA.
 Deccan Herald2 months ago NPPA cuts stent prices further  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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