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Medical Education

Govt Announces 27% Reservation For OBCs, 10% Quota For EWS In Medical, Dental Courses

Jul 29, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

The decision is also in sync with the significant reforms carried out in the field of medical education since 2014, the statement underlined.

What Is End-Stage Kidney Failure?

Mar 11, 2021 Dr Vijay Kher

In case of kidney failure, kidneys function below 15 per cent of their normal capacity which means they are unable to meet the body’s needs of excreting waste products


Odisha Govt To Provide Free Transport, Accommodation To NEET Aspirants

NEET Exam 2020: A total of 37,459 candidates will appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test in Odisha and the state government has made arrangements for free transportation and lodging facilities not only for the candidates but for their guardians too.

Delegating Specialized Clinical Work To ‘Technically Qualified’ Is A Terrible Idea

Apr 11, 2020 Salik Ahmad

Niti Aayog Vice-Chairman said that we don’t always need a doctor to give anesthesia or read scans. The idea is silly and dangerous.


SC To Examine IMA Charge Calling Ordinance On Medical Colleges A 'Fraud On Constitution'

The Supreme Court has asked the government to respond to India Medical Association’s allegation that the Ordinance has been promulgated repetitively to favour certain colleges to gain support in polls

30 May, 2019

SC Says 10% EWS Quota Can't Be Applied To PG Medical Courses In Maharashtra For 2019-20

Outlook Web Bureau

The court's order came on a plea filed by a student from General Category saying that unless additional seats are created, the ten per cent EWS quota will eat into their share of seats.


29 November, 2018

MCI Move To Set Higher Bar For Disabled Candidates Sparks Outrage

Despite a strong law in favour of disabled candidates, they have to run from pillar to post and move the courts for securing their rights and gaining entry into institutions of higher learning.


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Children suffering from viral fever rest on cots at a house at Pinahat in Agra.

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Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia addresses a press conference on announcement of PLI scheme for Drones and Drone Components, at NMC in New Delhi.

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Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas & Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri (C) launches the Book “Modi Stole My Mask", authired by Amit Bagaria (L) and Savid Rodrgues (R), in New Delhi.

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President Ram Nath Kovind being welcomed by Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on his arrival at Annadale, in Shimla.

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A man stands near a partially submerged vehicle due to waterlogging following heavy rains in Lucknow.

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