NEET Should Be Optional Argues Medical College Representatives

The Medical college representatives¬†at a meeting organized by the Education Promotion Society in Bangalore argued that the common medical entrance exam ‘NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam)’ to be made optional. Citing reasons such as the varied syllabus across different boards & hitting on the rural students unpreparedness for such a competitive entrance exam according … Read moreNEET Should Be Optional Argues Medical College Representatives

MCI Relaxes Norms In Underserved States To Allow New Colleges

Medical apex body the Medical Council of India (MCI) gave nod to start new medical college (branches) in states with poor doctor patient ratio according to a report. Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Rajasthan and parts of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, besides the North-Eastern States are allowed to have more colleges using the existing … Read moreMCI Relaxes Norms In Underserved States To Allow New Colleges

Legal Battle Against Maiden NEET UG 2012

The medical education regulatory body MCI has announced the finalized NEET UG syllabus and had uploaded on it’s website; since then MCI has been challenged by state governments, parents and students especially from rural backgrounds. Although supreme court has favored MCI’s proposal to hold a common medical entrance test long ago; it is looking like … Read moreLegal Battle Against Maiden NEET UG 2012

MCI Confirms NEET UG Syllabus

The much awaited notification is released officially by the Medical Council of India on NEET UG syllabus which was due since the draft syllabus was announced on 22nd July 2011. After receiving and reviewing feedback MCI had made necessary changes and finalized the syllabus. Of the 1970 feedback submissions received by MCI, 171 of them … Read moreMCI Confirms NEET UG Syllabus