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Share Your Dreams, Who Read’s Your Soul We often hear in the success stories of great personalities, a strong character, who always shared his/her dreams in their pursuit for excellence. From the annals of history, this has been a recurring theme, when two bodies but same soul and wavelength have done wonder’s in different fields of human excellence. Life depends on how we tune it, never make it a monotonous routine. It should be celebrated by all means, its the rare opportunity we get to experience this great space and impinge our mark on it. We should dare to dream big and unique, and should always remember this life, which we are lucky to act is full of beautiful opportunities and moments. Never shy away from experimenting your life, just because, what we can is only now nor never... There is a set of people, unfortunately, who never dare to act differently, who never have the guts to experience the vivid possibilities of life. Always be very conscious, if that sort of entities tries to encircle you. Because our best comes out only when we are with the best. Always follow the successful people, have the real idea how they tackled their problems, let your senses be prone to the best and let it always challenge you to do the best. This is only possible when you have a soul keeper, who can ignite your dreams. The passionate stories of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Jack Ma gives you brightening examples of the people around them, who inspired them to do the best. Always remember education, unfortunately, is misread as a tool to make monetary gains, in an actual sense it is not right, it should propel you to think differently, it should force you to dream big, should never bog you down and it should always act as a real beacon of hope and change. We should carry forward the hunger to do something different and try to be a constructive solution to many problems humankind is facing now. Just imagine, if most of us think like this, our earth will definitely be an entirely different space. So let the genius in you sprout out, get started!!!! For More details Contact: 09567447516, 09567162251
MBBS students get Ready for Exit Exam (NEXT ) From 2019 & Also for practice You have to give NLE ( National Licence Exam ) Cabinet Approves Bill To Set Up National Medical Commission The draft bill also proposes a common entrance exam and licentiatae exam which all medical graduates will have to clear to get practicing licences. The Cabinet today approved the draft National Medical Commission Bill, 2017, which seeks to replace the existing top medical education regulator Medical Council of India (MCI) with a new body to ensure transparency. The draft bill provides for the constitution of four autonomous boards entrusted with conducting undergraduate and postgraduate education, assessment and accreditation of medical institutions and registration of practitioners under the National Medical Commission, a senior government functionary said. According to the draft bill, the commission will have government nominated chairman and members, and the board members will be selected by a search committee under the Cabinet Secretary. There will five elected and 12 ex-officio members in the commission. The draft bill also proposes a common entrance exam and licentiate exam which all medical graduates will have to clear to get practicing licences, the official said. As per the provisions of the draft bill, no permission would be needed to add new seats or to start postgraduate courses. The deterrence for non-compliance with maintenance of standards is in terms of monetary penalty. The draft bill is aimed at bringing reforms in the medical education sector which has been under scrutiny for corruption and unethical practices, the official said.
MBBS students get Ready for Exit Exam (NEXT ) From 2019 & Also for practice You have to give NLE ( National Licence Exam ) Cabinet Approves Bill To Set Up National Medical Commission The draft bill also proposes a common entrance exam and licentiatae exam which all medical graduates will have to clear to get practicing licences. The Cabinet today approved the draft National Medical Commission Bill, 2017, which seeks to replace the existing top medical education regulator Medical Council of India (MCI) with a new body to ensure transparency. The draft bill provides for the constitution of four autonomous boards entrusted with conducting undergraduate and postgraduate education, assessment and accreditation of medical institutions and registration of practitioners under the National Medical Commission, a senior government functionary said. According to the draft bill, the commission will have government nominated chairman and members, and the board members will be selected by a search committee under the Cabinet Secretary. There will five elected and 12 ex-officio members in the commission. The draft bill also proposes a common entrance exam and licentiate exam which all medical graduates will have to clear to get practicing licences, the official said. As per the provisions of the draft bill, no permission would be needed to add new seats or to start postgraduate courses. The deterrence for non-compliance with maintenance of standards is in terms of monetary penalty. The draft bill is aimed at bringing reforms in the medical education sector which has been under scrutiny for corruption and unethical practices, the official said.
Failure in FMGE TEST Top Reasons for failure in FMGE TEST 1. Lack of Quality Education: Many universities lack giving quality education 2. Indian medical standards and drug prescription don’t match the standards of Russia, Ukraine, Philippines, China, Georgia, Bangladesh, Nepal. 3. Technologically Backward: Technically backward countries make the business out of MBBS education. 4. Language Barrier: If we are unaware of the medium of instruction, chances are high to get admission into a regional language course other than that of an English course, one needs to study the local language throughout 6-year course duration. This will be an additional burden for students. Also, during internship students treats patients speaking the local language. English speaking in these countries are minimum. Students have to suffer during their most important phase of studies. There are a lot of factors which boils down to Doctors failing in MCI exam or the FMGE:- 1. Corruption: Lot of universities around the world offer cheap MBBS course, which is not really cheap; the degrees from those universities come with a hefty price tag. Lots of universities ask for money to pass a subject, beware of such universities 2. Lack of infrastructure: When students select MBBS abroad after twelfth standard do not really weigh about the university. Instead, they inquire whether there are pubs and other such entertainment stuff in the city they are going to be in. They are concerned whether there is a dissection hall in the Anatomy department, they are concerned with fun. 3. Students need to think about what they have come abroad. Their priority is to study rather than enjoying abroad, Of course, they can enjoy abroad but they forget their main aim for their arrival. 4. FAKE UNIVERSITIES: There are a lot of fake universities abroad especially in countries such as China, Philippines, Georgia and Central America. Check-in MCI website for approved English medium universities before confirming one through an agent or by yourself 5. Traditional Medicine: In case of China there are a lot of universities which teach only their traditional medicine and award the degree of MD. When the Doctor arrives in India for his FMGE Exam, he finds it completely different and can never pass an exam of mainstream medicine. 6. Language: When students get admissions they are told that they will be studying in English language but the reality is absolutely different in China and Russia, where the course is of Mandarin and Russian language such students go through a ritual named as Pre-Medical and drain their parents much earned money. 7. Private Colleges of India: There is a strong rumor among foreign medical graduates that the private colleges are lobbying against the Foreign Medical Graduates in MCI exam so as to make the pass percentage minimal. That is the reason the Foreign Medical Graduates Association constantly demanding an equivalent MBBS exit test for students studying in Private colleges. 8. Brain Drain: The students who go abroad to do MBBS are the ones who were Humiliated here in India, most of the bright students have no idea to return back to India. Instead, they want to go to the US, Canada, and the UK after passing those respective exams and most of them do. They never come back except for the vacation. 9. The toughness of FMG Exam: The FMGE is of PG standards. It requires more skill set to pass than an MBBS degree. That is the reason the Foreign Medical Graduates welcomes the government’s decision to abolish the FMGE and instead make the Foreign Medical Graduates appear for the NEET-PG. It becomes more centralized and transparent, helping the FMGs 10. No clinical: There are a lot of medical colleges which does not even a have its own hospital. Need to check before you go For More information contact: 09567162251, 09567447516
Dream to be a Doctor To Be a Doctor, start your Mental Metamorphosis!!! The white coat and the stethoscope can be a pride to any aspiring medical student who yearns for it. It is a dream to set hard against your competitive world. Each and every student should invent a self-motivating mechanism and an internal drive to be ready for this big sojourn. The whole information of medical literacy should be acquired in a very planned and systematic manner. The drive to acquire that should be very individualistic and spontaneous. The conviction to be a doctor should be genuine. It should be dreamt and visualized in your senses and your knowledge quotient should start a tireless journey until the job is done. “To be the best, learn the best”. This should have no compromise. The institutions, the country you choose determine the quality of your education in a big way. Educating the people around you about your dream is very vital. Most of the students shy away in communicating their dreams sincerely. They should explain the senior folks why the dream to be a doctor is an important landmark in their life. Don’t wither away in your thoughts by overthinking and putting pressure on yourself. Just remember “Rome was not built in a day”. Always have a good mentor or seek advice from a good career consultant. So let your journey to be a doctor be... Spot On!!!!! We are there to help you, contact us: 09567162251/09567447516
MBBS in China Dr. Henry Norman Bethune: A Transnational Icon: The China we see today is entirely a different picture of its past. There is a great history of struggle and sacrifice, which we can understand from its history. From mainly being an agrarian country and its present form of one the best-industrialized economy, there has been the contribution of many committed people. The present day, when a lot of Indian students, go to pursue their MBBS, the inspiring story of Dr.Norman Bethune, will no doubt inspire them. Dr.Norman Bethune was a Canadian physician, medical innovator, he was a frontline surgeon during the Spanish civil war of 1936. But it was his service in China during the Second World War, which made him famous worldwide. His service to humanity, his dedication to the cause of transnational commitment got respect from wide corners of the world. He was credited with bringing modern medicine to rural China. During his tenure in China, he treated sick villagers as much as the wounded soldiers. His sheer dedication and concern to humanity left a lasting impression on Chinese people. He was deadly against the commercialization of the medical field and always believed it was the right of the people to get the best treatment. The great leader of China - Mao - had high regards for this humane doctor. He himself wrote a eulogy about Dr.Norman, which is still being taught in Chinese schools. There a lot of statues of Dr.Norman, in different parts of China, which shows, the Country’s great respect for this icon. Dr.Norman had his last breath while treating patients in China. His contribution, selfless dedication and moreover his transnational reach for the cause of humanity will be remembered for a long time. There has been a lot of great Icons, who believed the whole world is a home, every human is equal. This great feeling of transcending country, race, and gender for the sake of humanity is what makes people like Dr.Norman so unique. Hope this tale has inspired You, the aspiring Medical Students!!! For more information contact: 09567162251/ 09567447516
Painting Yourself with the best, that’s Success We live in a world, where opportunities are in galore. The amount of possibilities to excel is myriad. But most of the students can’t shake themselves from the York and set for that. There will always be a lot of “ifs” and ‘buts”. For some people, they define success in a different and subjective trajectory altogether. They always are under the impression that only this road will reach the tomb of success. Even if anyone, even their close astray from that, these people will be in the forefront to give them the stamp of lifelong failure. They are those, who are carried away in the illusion that they only have the monopoly of success. They act very adamantly when they are questioned because they feel they are beyond that. The yardstick for these so-called “Master’s Of Success” apply is a very traditional and monotonous one. We find they always giving a sudden opinion, ” HO she/he is like that, no chance”, ”If you go like this, take my word’’, these are the usual clichés which we hear from these strange species. They are so blind about other stuff because they are obsessed only with their limited experience and opinions. If by anyway, they find anyone achieving success by going against their modus operandi, the first opinion will be’’Its a fluke’’, ’luck’.So success, unfortunately, had been hijacked by these sort of people everywhere. The other important nagging stuff these people give forth will be about the institutions, marks, personal stuff etc... The real essence of success is what you are inbuilt on, its a by-product of your vision and conviction. It's the firm belief in your talents, even when the whole world points a finger at you. Its that silent inspiration, which we get from our own inner soul. Its a moment where when you feel no force in the earth can defeat you..... So, paint yourself with the best!!!! For More details Contact: 09567447516, 09567162251
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