Some States, Medical Colleges Move SC for Separate MBBS Entrance Exam

Some States, Medical Colleges Move SC for Different MBBS Entryway Examination

The Ministry of House Affairs, along with the Medical Council of India and Central Board of Secondary Education, had actually opted to hold the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test in 2016-’17 taking after a Supreme Court mandate. He recommended that the first phase of NEET scheduled for May 1 be scrapped and all the students be permitted to take the exams on July 24. According to the note sent by added solicitor general Pinky Anand, who appeared for the CBSE, and senior counsel Vikas Singh, who represented the MCI, over 6.67 lakh prospects are set to appear for the first stage on May 1 from 1,040 centres in 52 cities, including Riyadh. Although, the admission procedure will be completed on 30 September 2016 by the Centre and CBSE. The Supreme Court ordered on April 28 that all seats in med …
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Camden Day Medical facility one action closer

Camden’s first private day surgical treatment health center is one step more detailed to completion. Camden Council recently authorized the development application, lodged in July 2014, to construct a day surgery and expert medical centre on Hilder Street, Elderslie. The 4 principals and Camden residents behind the $10 million dollar facility are doctors Matthew Gray and John Schwartz, property developer John Robson and entrepreneur Bruce Willmann. “We are delighted the health center has reached the next stage due to the fact that it has been our dream to build it since 2012,” Dr Gray said. Camden Day Health center will be a multi-disciplinary day facility that integrates surgeons, anaesthetists and support staff. “We understand the Camden region is growing and we have more than time seen more specia …
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UN Security Council: Healthcare in Armed Dispute

Permanent Mission of New Zealand to the United Nations: Media Advisory UN Security Council: Health care in Armed Conflict ________________________________________ On Tuesday 3 May at 10 am (New York time), the UN Security Council will vote on a draft resolution condemning attacks on medical workers and health centers. New Zealand led the preparing of the Health care in Armed Conflict resolution in addition to four other chosen members: Egypt, Japan, Spain and Uruguay. The resolution aims to suppress the stressing trend of medical facilities and medical workers being targeted in a variety of contemporary disputes. It addresses three issues: – direct and indirect attacks on medical workers and medical facilities, transportation and equipment – attacks/intimidation/harassment of medical personnel for carrying out their m.
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