Subject : Verification of Provisional /Permanent Registration with State Medical Council /Medical Council of India – Test Day Documentary Requirements -Regarding.
Kind Attn : All Candidates for DNB CET: November 16th to 20th, 2012
In terms of the eligibility criteria for appearing in DNB CET scheduled for 16th November – 20th November 2012 all applicant candidates are hereby informed that they are required to produce their original certificate of provisional /permanent registration with the State Medical Council (SMC)/ Medical Council of India (MCI) at the test centre before appearing in the DNB CET (on the date of their scheduled test day). This is in addition to the production of an original and Valid ID as PAN CARD/Voters Regn. ID Card/Aadhar Card/Passport/Driving License on test day as indicated in information bulletin. Candidates are required to bring the original SMC/MCI certificate along with a clear photocopy of …
Hello all DNB Broad Speciality Aspirant, The counselling for dnb has started and we are getting a lot of queries regarding wheather to join family medicine or not. Everybody is in confusion regarding family medicine. So I thought of writing this article describing some points about Family Medicine so that all FM aspirants can make a informed choice.
This post is not a advice or justification to whether family medicine as a course is a good choice or bad.
First things first
No one other than you yourself is a better judge of your future and career. So read this, consult your seniors but finally sit down with calm head and analyse yourself before making final decision.
Now next thing is and this not only applies for family medicine but all the branches. Ask yourself that will you be satisfied with the course, because your happiness and satisfaction is important. If you are satisfied, any kind of hurdle wont affect you and you will find the solution anyway but if you are not happy then eve…
NEW DELHI: The Centre has introduced a penalty clause where medical students will be fined for blocking a post-graduate (PG) seat and not joining after the second round of counselling. This will be applicable to PG seats under both government colleges and deemed universities, officials said. "Last year, 1,400 PG seats remained vacant as students blocked seats and later opted out. This is unacceptable for there is a dearth of PG seats in the country and creating every additional seat costs a lot of money," an official said.
He said according to amendments made to the Post-Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 2000, of the Medical Council of India, all students appearing for counselling will have to submit a registration fee of Rs 25,000 for PG seats in government colleges and Rs 2 lakh for seats in deemed universities. Those belonging to reserved categories will have to pay half the amount.
"If someone opts out in the first round of counselling after being offered a s…