MBBS syllabus in India takes a twirl, gets changed after 21 years
The Indian medicine studies curriculum has finally decided to take a twirl after 21 years. After a colossal gap, the new curriculum for MBBS has been drafted by the Medical Council of India, which will aim at inculcating empathy and globally pertinent knowledge in medical professionals. Till now, the curriculum framed in 1997 has been in use.
First Batch of students for O.O.Bogomolets National Medical University Departure 2018
The Medical Aspirants are flying to become successful doctors. They have started their new journey and soon going to enter in Ukraine to study MBBS from Abroad.
These students are carrying big dreams to make their dream come true to become Doctors.
Raise Qualifying Marks for Studying MBBS from Abroad: Madras High Court to Medical Council of India, & the Centre.
On 29th September, the Madras High Court restrained the Medical Council of India (MCI) and the Centre from issuing eligibility certificate to those students who wish to study MBBS Abroad if their score was less than 80 percent in the qualifying 12th class exam.
Indicating the low score in the screening tests for foreign medical graduates, the court said, “The minimum qualifying marks should be raised from 50% to at least 80%.”
Delhi High Court Grants One-Time Exemption to NEET ‘Unqualified’ as well as ‘Non-Appeared’ Candidates to Pursue MBBS Abroad
Recently, the Delhi High Court (HC) had made an announcement that the candidates who did not qualify or appear in the NEET this year are eligible to enroll to study MBBS Abroad. This good news has been a major relief for those candidates who did not qualify or appear in NEET in 2018.
The High Court granted one-time exemption to all medical aspirants who are willing to study MBBS Abroad.
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Participation in Grand MBBS Admission Session 2018 – New Delhi
Education Abroad Consultancy hosted a Grand Seminar for those students who are aspiring to study MBBS from abroad. The MBBS Admission Guidance Session was held in the capital of India, New Delhi on 5 th August 2018 at The Lalit, Regency-1 Barakhamba Road, Fire Brigade Lane, Connaught Place, New Delhi – 110001.
The three leading Medical Universities of South America, i.e. Lincoln American University, Bridgetown International University and Victoria University of Barbados participated in this Grand event. The Expert Counselors of these Universities provided the medical aspirants with the free counseling sessions regarding MBBS Abroad.
Barbados becoming a hub for medical education
Barbados is proving to be an attractive location for international medical universities. The most recent ones to set up here are Bridgetown International University (BIU) and Victoria University of Barbados (VUB), both located at Building No.2, Harbour Road, St Michael. They bring the number of international medical schools operating on the island to seven.
Both BIU and VUB are expected to accept their first intake of students – approximately 500 each - from September 1, 2018. They will consist of persons from India, Ghana, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Nepal. The two schools have teamed up with one of India’s largest education providers, Rus Education India Pvt. Limited, to ensure that the venture is a success.
MCI now declares NEET mandatory for MBBS in Abroad
The recent updates and notifications from MCI have been the hot topics of discussions for the medical aspirants. They were confused about the facts of taking admission in MBBS in foreign medical universities. The updates from MCI are however clearly indicating to the fact that now NEET will be applicable and mandatory for the students opting for foreign universities. From May 01, 2018 onwards, students will have to give NEET exam and score a minimum of 50 and 40 percentile for general and reserved categories respectively.