Showing posts from May, 2014

How to prepare better for new pattern AIPGMEE, shares Dr. Sumer Sethi

Time has changed, AIPGMEE, which was conducted by AIIMS for long is now a NBE responsibility. NBE has made it a CBT based exam with multiple sessions, which means the exam pattern has changed and all the old ‘GOLD STANDARDS’ methods for preparing AIPGMEE are now not so useful. This landed students in dilemma as to how to proceed with preparation in the short span of 7-8 months. We were getting many such queries from our readers so we decided to approach the expert in this field to answer queries of our readers related to this new pattern of exam, which will benefit whole medical student community; Dr. Sumer Sethi, MD Radiology & Director of DAMS Delhi. Dr. Sumer Sethi needs no introduction. Admired by thousands of students as the best teacher and motivator. Himself a topper in PG entrance and MD exams, he is a well know mentor in field of PG entrance training and also credited with introduction of many new innovations in coaching and producing All India top rankers year af

Maharastra Superspeciality Entrance MH SSET 2014

Government of Maharashtra will be conducting the Superspeciality Entrance Examination - MH SSET 2014 for selection of candidates for admission to all DM and M.Ch Superspeciality Courses at the Medical Colleges / Institutions in the state of Maharashtra in the academic year 2014-15 Eligibility Criteria 1) The candidate must be an Indian National 2) The candidate must possess recognized postgraduate degree MD/MS or its equivalent from a medical college recognized by MCI. Candidates who have appeared MD/MS or equivalent exams are also eligible to submit application forms However, they will be considered for selection, on production of passing certificate of Postgraduation degree on the date of preference form filling and counseling process 3) A permanent MCI/Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC)/any other state council registration is a precondition for appearing for MH-SSET 4) The minimum percentage of marks secured by the candidates in the MH-SSET 2014 for the purpose of eligibilit

DNB Super Speciality CET July 2014 Notification

National Board of Examinations invites application for Diplomate of National Board Centralized Entrance Test - Super Specialty (CET - SS 2014) for admission to 3 years Post Doctoral (MD/MS/DNB) super specialty Program Important Dates Cutoff Date for passing DNB/MD/MS is 31st May 2014 Last date of submission of application form: 04th June 2014 Date of DNB Super Specialty Entrance Test: 15th June 2014 (Sunday) Eligibility Criteria: Candidates who are in possession of post graduate medical degrees/Provisional Pass Certificates by 31st May 2014 in eligible* specialties and their medical qualifications are recognized as per the provisions of the Indian Medical Council Act 1956 or DNB qualifications may apply for CET-SS SCHEME OF EXAMINATION: The test comprises 180 multiple choice, single correct response questions in English language only. There shall be a common entrance paper for all the medical super specialties. Similarly there shall be a common entrance paper for all surg

AIIMS PG Entrance May 2014 result declared

AIIMS PG Entrance May 2014 result declared Result of AIIMS_PG (MD/MS/M.Ch (6 yrs) )/MDS, July 2014 session Roll Number wise Read more Result of AIIMS_PG (MD/MS/M.Ch (6 yrs) )/MDS, July 2014 session Rank wise  Read more

CMC Ludhiana, Super Speciality Entrance 2014 notification

Christian Medical College (CMC), Ludhiana invites applications for admission to DM/M.Ch Super Speciality Courses for 2014 intake. Important Dates Prospectus available from: 10th May 2014, Saturday Last date of issue of prospectus at the counter: 03rd June 2014, Tuesday by 05.00 p.m. Admission written test: 06th June 2014 Friday, 09.30 a.m. Interview/Practical: 06th June 2014, Friday, 02.30 pm Declaration of result: 07th July 2014, Saturday Counseling, Orientation & Medical Exam: 10th July 2014 (Thursday, 10.00 am) Session Begins: 14th July 2014 (Monday, 08.00 am) Christian Medical College (CMC), Ludhiana Doctor of Medicine (DM): Cardiology, Neurology, Nephrology, Neurosurgery Master of Chirurgie (M.Ch): Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery Eligibility Criteria M.Ch: M.Ch courses an applicant must have obtained a postgraduate degree in Surgery (MS) from a recognized University/Body as per the requirement of the Medical Council

Karnataka PG admission counselling 2014

Option Entry, Seat Allotment, Payment of Fees and Admission to Colleges – Schedule In furtherance to the communication by the Director of Medical Education, admissions to PG Medical / Dental Degree and Diploma courses will be conducted as per the following schedule. The interested students have exercise their options to the course to which they are eligible and interested to join the colleges. If any candidate fails to enter the options within the stipulated date and time, such candidate will not be considered for allotment of seats.

APPG entrance exam again in legal tussel

Hyderabad : Several medical students aspiring for admissions in post graduate medical courses have moved the vacation bench of the AP High Court challenging an order of a single judge in upholding the decision of the state government in cancelling Post-Graduation Medical Entrance Test (PGMET), 2014 and conducting the test afresh. The government cancelled the test after allegations that the question paper was leaked and decided to conduct the test afresh besides ordering a probe. A single judge upheld the decision and permitted the government to hold the test on April 27 as per schedule. The NTR University of Health Sciences conducted the test and announced the results. Dr Vikram Reddy and 31 others moved the court urging a direction to the government to defer all further actions related to PGMET held on April 27 and to call them for counselling to take admission to PG courses based on their ranking obtained in PGMET held on March 2. They contended that the government’s decision

Karnataka deemed university court case updates

The Karnataka High Court on Thursday directed the six deemed universities to adhere to their undertaking given to the State government on surrendering 25 per cent of the enhanced number of seats in postgraduate medical courses for allotment under the “government quota” for the academic year 2014–15. A vacation Division Bench, comprising Justice N.K. Patil and Justice Ravi Malimath, issued the direction while modifying the April 16 interim order, in which the court had directed the deemed universities not to admit students for the 25 per cent of the total intake in PG courses. Thursday’s order is applicable to deemed universities of KLE, Nitte, Manipal, BLDE, Devaraj Urs, and JSS. Meanwhile, counsel for these institutions also submitted that they would abide by their undertaking on surrendering 25 per cent of the intake in respect of new faculties/subjects introduced for the academic year 2014–15. The surrender of seats would be subject to the final result of the petitions filed by PG

NBE approves DNB Emergency Medicine, admissions from July 2014 session

National Board of Examinations has approved the introduction of DNB Emergency Medicine as a postgraduate discipline. The entry requirements for DNB Emergency Medicine are as follows: Entry Qualification: A recognized MBBS or equivalent qualification Admission: Through Centralized merit based counseling conducted by NBE. Entrance Test: DNB CET – Broad Specialty Commencement of DNB Emergency Medicine Programme: July 2014 session onwards Date of Examination: 11th – 14th June, 2014 Candidates may register online for June 2014 DNB CET at before last date i.e 21st May, 2014. Official Report: