Health ministry to seek HRD feedback for common medical entrance
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) which has been mulling over a proposal from Medical Council of India (MCI) for common medical entrance exam has decided to seek feedback from different ministries including HRD and Law on the viability of integrated an all India common entrance test for undergraduate and post postgraduate programmes.
The health ministry has prepared a draft on the common entrance test and will soon be circulating for consultation with other ministries including HRD and Law for feedback and suggestions for speedy implementation of the proposal, according to media reports. The proposal for common entrance exam was sent to Health Ministry by MCI on October 6, 2015.
Earlier, MCI had approved a joint proposal on CET and also demanded an amendment to the Medical Council of India (MCI) Act, 1956 to get right for deciding nature of the proposed common entrance test. Read the full story here.
The single common medical entrance test for both undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses in various colleges across the country, according to MCI, will not only save candidates from appearing in several exams but also ensure transparent admission process with admissions through All India merit list.
The demand for a common medical entrance test for students across the country was first initiated in 2009, when MCI was headed by Dr Ketan Desai. National Eligibility Test (NEET) a common medical entrance test was conducted in 2013 for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in government, private and deemed universities. However, it was scrapped the next year after the Supreme Court in June 2013 ruled out the MCI's notification for holding common entrance tests for MBBS, BDS and post-graduate medical courses.
In India, about 6 lakh candidates appear annually for different medical entrance exams like AIPMT, AIIMS, JIPMER, COMEDK UGET medical, etc. There are about 75 undergraduate medical entrance examinations for admission to as many as 52, 000 MBBS and BDS seats available in various national, state and public and private university level medical institutions. Also, there are around 60 postgraduate medical entrance examination conducted annually for admission to about 15,000 MD/MS/Diploma programmes offered at various medical instructions of India.
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*MS Chauhan (Organic) :- It is a great book to clear all your concepts regarding reactions in organic,there mechanism etc
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Yes new dates are out
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if i get 400+ in neet which private college pr government college i m likely to get in m.p state ( state quota ) or all india quota
You haven't mentioned the Category you belong to. This is important because cut offs depend on this factor. Nevertheless, in India we have Government Medical Colleges, Private Medical Colleges and Deemed/Central Universities. Private Medical Colleges do not participate in All India Counselling and the seats are filled through State Counselling alone. And for appearing for State Counselling you need to hold the domicile of that particular State. Or else the only other option is through Management Quota. Under All India Quota, All the 15% of All India Quota Seats except for Jammu and Kashmir, 100% Seats at Deemed and Central Universities, IP Quota seats in ESIC Colleges, Seats at AFMC, AIIMS and JIPMER are filled by DGHS. With 400 it is difficult for a seat in All India Counselling. The 85% State Quota and Private Colleges are filled by the respective State Authorities. And there are 3 Categories in Private Medical Colleges. Category A is the Government Quota Seats. And only candidates of the home State are eligible to apply for these seats. In 2019, the cut off for MP under State Quota for various Categories has been as follows:
General Category: 530
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i want 600+ in neet can u help me
To get good marks like 600+ or more follow the below mentioned tips
*Give priority to ncert:-To prepare for neet exam first of all go through ncert to clear your basic concepts and around 90 % questions in neet are based on ncert , also focus on diagrams while going through NCERT Biology and go through all the solved and unsolved questions of NCERT in Physics and Chemistry.
Thebest bookswhich you can go for covering and mastering neet examination syllabus are listed belowSubjectwise :-
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