NTA has declared the NEET 2020 result at ntaneet.nic.in and has also released the statistics for the same. A total of 771500 candidates have qualified from among 1366945 candidates who appeared for the exam. While NEET registrations saw an increase of 5.14%, it saw a dip in the number of candidates who actually appeared for the exam and this was on account of COVID.
Soyeb Aftab of Odisha and Akanksha Singh of New Delhi topped the exam with a perfect score of 720 out of 720.
From today, The National Medical Commission (NMC) will be the country’s apex regulator of medical education. The previous regulator, Medical Council of India, has been dissolved through a gazette notification.
The MCI was functioning under the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956, which now stands repealed and has been replaced by the NMC Act that came into being on August 8, 2019.
“Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956) is hereby repealed with effect from September 25. The BoG appointed under section 3A of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956) in supersession of the MCI constituted under sub-section (1) of section 3 of the said Act shall stand dissolved,” stated the gazette notification issued by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
Professor Suresh Chandra Sharma, former head of the ear nose throat (ENT) department at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, has been appointed chairman of the NMC. Dr Rakesh Kumar Vats, secretary general, BoG-MCI, has been appointed NMC secretary by the Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC).
One of the major medical educational reforms that has been initiated is: the MBBS examination will now be known as the National Exit Test (NEXT). NEXT will be common for both students pursuing MBBS in India and abroad. It will now act as the licentiate examination to practice medicine, the criteria for admission to post -graduate (PG) medical courses, and also for screening of foreign medical graduates.
NEXT will also be applicable to institutes of national importance such as all the AIIMS in a bid to ensure a common standard in the medical education sector in the country.
The regulatory bodies being set up under the NMC
Four autonomous boards under the supervision of the NMC will be set up. These are:
•The Under-Graduate Medical Education Board (UGMEB) and the Post-Graduate Medical Education Board (PGMEB): These two bodies will be responsible for formulating standards, curriculum, guidelines for medical education, and granting recognition to medical qualifications at the under-graduate and post-graduate levels respectively.
•The Medical Assessment and Rating Board: The Board will have the power to levy monetary penalties on institutions which fail to maintain the minimum standards as laid down by the UGMEB and the PGMEB. It will also grant permissions for establishing new medical colleges, starting postgraduate courses, and increasing the number of seats in a medical college.
•The Ethics and Medical Registration Board: This Board will maintain a National Register of all the licensed medical practitioners in the country, and also regulate professional and medical conduct. Only those included in the Register will be allowed to practice as doctors. The Board will also maintain a register of all licensed community health providers in the country.
National Testing Agency (NTA) published Official Information regarding conducting JEE and NEET exams on 25/08/2020.
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Jinan University has published a Fees Payment Notice for 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019 batches. All students are requested to please go through the notice for complete details and comply accordingly.
Jinan University has shared the resit exam schedule for 2015-2019 batches.
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Dear student of Southern Medical University,
At present. COVID-19 virus is spreading around the world, and many countries and regions are fighting against the epidemic. Although China has effectively controlled the epidemic, in order to prevent the spread of the epidemic and ensure the health of the students in this critical period, we would like to reiterate that it is strictly prohibited for international students to return to the University in advance without official notice of the starting date of the Spring semester from SMU. Otherwise, there will be serious punishment. This violation will be recorded in the relevant certificates issued by the School In serious cases, the measures of visa cancellation and expelling from university will be executed. Please follow the relevant laws and regulations participate in online learning on time, do well personal epidemic prevention, keep in touch with teachers and supervisors, and fill your daily report as required.
Thank you for your understanding and support! Let’s cooperate and work hand in hand to win the battle against the epidemic.
Southwest Medical University shared a notice for its International students in which they thanked the initiative of Saraswati Online.Com for providing Online classes to the students. In the notice, they also requested the students to attend the classes on a regular basis.
On 20th December, School of International Education, Southern Medical University invited Mr. Luo Yu, a police officer from Baiyun district Public Security Bureau, Guangzhou, to give a lecture on Chinese laws, regulations and anti-drug knowledge publicity for the class of 2019. Total of 248 new students from 58 countries and representatives from the faculty of international education attended the event.
Officer Mr. Luo explained the entry and exit administration law of the People’s Republic of China and the drug control law in detail and systematically. He also introduced the application procedures for student visa and residence permit, as well as the relevant regulations on off-campus accommodation and working for foreign students. During the lecture, he reminded the students of the things they should pay attention to when applying for residence permit with intuitive and easy to understand pictures, so as to deepen the students’ understanding of the harm of drugs. He also handed out the service manual for international students and service manual for foreigners issued by the exit and entry administration bureau of Guangzhou municipal public security bureau, as well as the leaflets. After the lecture, the students spoke actively and asked questions. Officer Mr. Luo patiently and carefully answered the questions.
On 30th October 2019, the opening ceremony for 2019 International Students was held in Southern Medical University.
SaraswatiOnline.Com and Southern Medical University have been cooperating with each other in education for foreign students in China for 14 years. Both sides have reached good cooperation consensus in promoting the enrollment of foreign students in China and improving the quality of international medical personnel training and achieved certain results.
Host by Madam Chen Jun, Dean of School of International Education, Southern Medical University.
Present members : President Li Mengfeng, Vice President Wen Mingang, Teaching Affairs Office, Student Affairs Office, International Affairs Office, The Graduate School, Leaders of School of International Education, Education and Teaching Committee for International Students in China, Foreign Teachers and Chinese Teachers.
President Li Mengfeng of Southern Medical University delivered a speech. He pointed out that in recent years, the university’s medical teaching and research work has shown great-leap-forward development. 2019 is the 70th anniversary of the founding of new China, and the 20th anniversary of the establishment of School of International Education in Southern Medical university, President Li Mengfeng encourage students to cherish the opportunity, hard work, brave to dream, and message of all the students, new to self-discipline, integrity hard learning, good at communication, bear of cooperation, mutual benefit of human health, to try to build the community of human destiny.
Representative of teacher Prof. Zeng Qingchun from First Clinical Medical School delivered a speech.
As the front-line teacher, Prof. Zeng encourages the freshmen to face up to various obstacles and challenges in cross-cultural adaptation and get involved in the basic study as soon as possible. For graduate students, he suggested that based on learning to use scientific research methods and skills, they should continue to explore deeply and actively seek answers to questions.
Representative of Senior Student Sourav Pal (Indian nationality) delivered a speech. He shared the experiences and growth as he is part of the student union.
Representative of freshmen from Postgraduate School Mohyeddin W. R. Ali (Palestinian nationality) delivered a speech. He expressed his sincere feelings towards China in fluent Chinese.
Representative of freshmen from MBBS program Camila Briceno (Colombian nationality) delivered a speech. She expressed her gratitude to the university and love for the medical profession in her speech.
At the meeting, Vice President Wen Mingang, Prof. Huang from Education and Teaching Committee for International Students in China, Prof. Jin, leader of the supervision group, presented certificates to the scholarship winners respectively.
President Li Mengfeng conferred the school badge for the freshmen, and all the freshmen, under the leadership of old students, solemnly swore that they would try their best to practice the school motto, become a qualified professional talent and become a well-known international student.
Finally, the opening ceremony of the class of 2019 ended with the freshmen singing “Love in the south” in chorus, and all the teachers and students took a group photo in front of the library.
The closing ceremony of First Sino-Foreign Medical Students’ Badminton Competition held at Dali University was held on 31.10.2019. The four day tournament successfully ended with the combined effort of the volunteers, athletes and teachers’ team. Sports promotes the feeling of cooperation and competition at the same time. The motto of the event thus was to establish a cultural exchange between the different participants and establishing friendship between the students through sports.
Dr. Partha Sarathi Ganguli attended the Agreement Signing Ceremony between Saraswati Online.com and Dali University for Chinese Medium MBBS course on 21st October, 2019 at P. R. China. The event was also attended by Dr. Sayantann Saha, Vice Dean- Medical Education Department of Saraswati Online.com and officials and representatives of Dali University.
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Alumni of Southern Medical University, MBBS-2013 Batch
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I am working as a JR in the department of emergency medicine in ESIC medical college and hospital,joka, kolkata."
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Internship in “Dali bai autonomous prefecture people's hospital”.
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MBBS ,M.D, ECFMG certified
Research scholar – endocrinology and metabolism, Academic mentor for USMLE guidance
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