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NITTE University, Mangalore - PG Courses entrance exams

NITTE University, Mangalore Estd u/s 3 of UGC Act, 1956, Placed under Category ‘A’ by MHRD, Govt of India
University Enclave, 6th Floor, Medical Sciences Complex, Deralakatte, Mangalore-575018
Tel 0824-2204300/01/02, Fax 0824-2204308
Email reg@nitte.edu.in, coe@nitte.edu.in, Website www.nitte.edu.in Admission Notice-2013Important DatesDate of hosting of application format and brochure on the website www.nitte.edu.in: 30th October, 2012Last date for receipt of application by the university: 22nd December, 2012Date of dispatch of test admission tickets by post by the university: 05th November, 2012 onwardsDate for downloading the test admission tickets from the website if not received by post: 02nd January, 2013Date for contacting the university by phone for non receipt of test admission tickets: 24th December, 2012Date of entrance test:06th January, 2013Date of publication of key answers (provisional): 08th January, 2013Last date for receipt of objection/clarification, if any, for key…

AMUPMDC APGM CET 2013 APGD CET 2013 Notification Dates

Association of Managements of Unaided Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Maharashtra (AMUPMDC) Shreeji House, 75 Mint Road, Fort, Mumbai-01, Tel 022-22641602/03, Fax 022-22641362
Email contact@amupmdc.org, Website www.amupmdc.org APGM, APGD CET-2013Post Graduate Medical and Dental Courses Admission-2013AMUPMDC will conduct an All India level CET for admissions to Post Graduate Degree and Diploma Courses in Unaided Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Maharashtra State for the academic year 2013-14
PG Medical (APGM CET-2013):06th January, 2013, Sunday, 02.00 p.m. to 05.30 p.m.
PG Dental (APGD CET-2013): 06th January, 2013, Sunday, 02.00 p.m. to 03.30 p.m.
Application Form: Application forms and information brochures will be available from 19th November, 2012 to 20th December, 2012 at AMUPMDC office on payment of Rs 1000/- by demand draft in favour of AMUPMDC payable at Mumbai
Application forms can also be obtained by post from AMUPMDC office with an additional demand draft of Rs 1…

Manipal University PG Medical-Dental Admissions 2013

Manipal University, Manipal Manipal-576104, Tel 9243777700
Email admissions@manipal.edu, Website www.manipal.edu Admission Notice-2013Post Graduate Medical (MD/MS/Diploma)and Dental (MDS/PG Diploma in Dental Materials) Admissions-2013
Applications are invited for various postgraduate medical (MD/MS/Diploma) and Dental (MDS/PG Diploma in Dental Materials) at Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, Mangalore and Manipal College of Dental Sciences, Manipal, Mangalore
Admission Procedure: Admission is based on the rank secured in Manipal University online entrance test (MUOET)-2013 to be conducted between 15th February, 2013 and 24th February, 2013 by Manipal University
Visit website www.admissions.manipal.edu and apply online or download pdf application

How to apply: Student can select any one of the following options suited to your convenience

Pay the application fees through credit card, net banking
Pay application fee by demand draft, print and send the complete form with demand draft in th…

No verdict for NEET PG hearing on 27Nov, Next hearing on 6th Dec.

The case was taken up for hearing today in the Supreme Court. However as the files were not received, hence the Court ordered the case to be listed again on 6th December 2012 (the last day of NEET-PG).

As usual again SC gave a new date. For the authorities and SC, its very easy to provide new date after new date. The real victims of all this confusion are the students. Students from Andra and the other students all over India who want to appear for private medical colleges PGET are in dilemma whether to stop studying after completing their NEET or continue studying for other exams which may or may not happen in future. Authorities do not realize the importance of time for medical students in such situations. Clear state of mind is crucial for preparation of such competitive exams, which is impossible in this scenario.

ITEM NO.72 REGISTRAR COURT.1 SECTION XVIA
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BEFORE THE REGISTRAR M.A. SAYEED
TRANSFER PETITION (CIVIL.) NO(s)…

Andhra film producer behind Chandigarh PG medical entrance scam

The Central Bureau of Investigation, probing the hi-tech mass copying racket in the entrance examination for admission into the prestigious Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER ), Chandigarh, have found the roots of the scam in the Telugu film industry as well.

The CBI officials in Chandigarh have found that Dr Kota Gangadhar Reddy, one of the kingpins in the racket - has turned out to be a Telugu film producer. He launched his own film production company - Kota Film Corporation (KFC). Early this year, he produced a high-voltage action film in Telugu - "Nandeeshwarudu," starring Nandamuri Taraka Ratna, grand-son of Telugu Desam Party founder-president and former Andhra Pradesh chief minister N T Rama Rao, but the film failed to click at the box office.

The CBI sleuths, who had picked up Gangadhar from Hotel Ashoka Pataliputra in Patna as part of a synchronised operation on November 10, produced him in a special court in Chandigarh on M…

NEET not that neat, say candidates

Bangalore, Nov 23, 2012, DHNS : Test evokes mixed response from candidates
The newly introduced National Entrance cum Eligibility Test for Post Graduate courses (NEET-PG) to gain entry into postgraduate medical courses in the country commenced at 33 centres, including Bangalore, on Friday.

The response of Bangalore candidates to the test was, however, not that positive.
The NEET-PG is a national entrance exam conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) with the aim of centralising all postgraduate medical examinations in the country.

The test will go on until December 6 and it is the first computer-based test as far as common medical entrance tests in the country are concerned. Friday’s test had 240 question of multiple choice and single response type.

Swarup, who has completed his MBBS from Mysore Medical College, was not very happy with the quality of the questions. He believed that they were more factual than contextual. “Of the 240 quest…

MD/MS entrance exam of PGIMER may be cancelled due to cheating

Chandigarh: The MD/MS entrance exam of Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, which was conducted on Saturday, is likely to be cancelled in view of unearthing of cheating racket.

The exam was taken by more than 7,000 candidates.

On Sunday, the hospital had announced postponement of declaration of the results of test for MD/MS courses for an indefinite period. In normal circumstances, the result would have been declared a day after the exam.

Seven women candidates who were arrested by CBI on Saturday allegedly appeared in the exam just to leak the question paper and thereby act as facilitators for other candidates.

The CBI sleuths on Saturday had arrested 16 people, including seven girl medical students, using hi-fi gadgets to cheat during a post-doctoral degree examination conducted by the PGIMER at four different centres here. While the arrested girls were candidates appearing for the MD/MS examination, nine others were picked up from KC residen…

PGI exam: More candidates benefited from racket; under CBI radar

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has found that the number of persons who benefited from the gang which used hi-tech gadgets for cheating in the entrance exam for the postgraduate courses in Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) was much more than initially thought.

While the central agency arrested seven "candidates" who had facilitated the leak of paper, others who benefited from the whole racket - mostly hailing from Andhra Pradesh -escaped arrest. However, they are under the CBI scanner.

A senior CBI official confirmed that students who were part of the cheaters' racket could be more than the initial estimate of around 20. The racket kingpin P Gurivi Reddy had taken a huge amount from these candidates.

CBI sources asserted that it was only after deeper probe that they came to know that the entire racket was orchestrated to help out several others, who managed to escape the CBI net during the raids.

Sources insisted that they wer…

CBI raids at PGI Exam centers, 7 arrested

The CBI has conducted raids at all 11 exam centers where the PGI was conducting the entrance exam for its MD and MS courses in Chandigarh.

Sources said the CBI detained seven students who were using bluetooth devices during the exam for cheating. Sources also said that some middlemen have also been arrested. The raids were carried out on a secret tip off to the investigating agency.The raid is still underway.

Clarity on Neet only on Nov. 22

The state government on Friday said that it can provide some clarity on the National-Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for admission to post-graduate medical courses only after the Supreme Court delivers its final verdict on this matter on November 22.

About 50,000 students from Andhra Pradesh have registered for the first-ever Neet to be held from November 23 to December 6.

But since November 6, when the AP High Court granted a stay on the implementation of the test, students are not sure whether they must take the test or not.

Speaking to reporters, the minister for medical education, Mr Kondru Murali, said that if the Supreme Court exempts the state from Neet, the government will conduct its own entrance for PG medical admissions in February 2013. “The government understands the concerns of PG medical aspirants. However, it cannot take any decision on this issue at this stage. We will have clarity on Neet based on the SC verdict,” he said.

From: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels…

Change of Centre of G Noida for DNB CET

Just a change of venue, not rescheduling...


Just similar to NEET PG

Official notice: http://www.cet.natboard.edu.in/pubnot8.php

http://www.exams.acrosspg.com/2012/11/change-for-test-center-for-neet.html

Change for test center for NEET

HC stays PG medical National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test

HYDERABAD: The AP High Court on Tuesday stopped the Medical Council of India (MCI) from going ahead with its National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) for postgraduate (PG) medical courses for the academic year 2013. The test is scheduled to be held on Nov 23. The HC had in October stayed the same for undergraduate (UG) course.

A division bench comprising Justices V Eswaraiah and N Ravi Shankar ordered a stay after hearing a plea by the state government which said it was aggrieved by the way MCI had planned NEET. The state government accused both the Centre and the MCI of ignoring the special rights conferred to Andhra Pradesh under Article 371(D) of the Constitution. Article 371(D) allows AP to have zone-wise reservations to help its backward areas. Additional advocate general KG Krishna Murthy told the bench that MCI's NEET notification would adversely affect the interests of students from the state. The bench directed the Union health ministry and the MCI to file their co…