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FMGE Sep 2013


All the Best to all classmates who are appearing for FMGE Sep 29th 2013

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Convocation Day


Congratulations to All Students of 2007 MBBS Batch.

Title Dr. is adding to your Names.

 

You are educated. Your certification is in your degree. You may think of it as the ticket to the good life. Let me ask you to think of an alternative. Think of it as your ticket to change the world.

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Medical School, Southeast University. 2007 MBBS Batch Life in SEU. Video for Graduation Ceremony 2013.


Medical School, Southeast University. 2007 MBBS Batch Life in SEU. Video for Graduation Ceremony 2013.

Useful Information for Indian Students


1. MBBS Course:

· Joined on: 08-10-2007

· Completed on: 08-06-2012

2. Name of the medical institution: Southeast University

Address of registering authority:

College of International Students, Southeast University
2 Si Pai Lou, Nanjing 210096, P.R.China,
0086-25-83793022(T), 0086-25-83792737(F),

3. School Academic Years:

Academic Year

Semester

Duration

1st

1st & 2nd

October 2007 — June 2008

2nd

3rd & 4th

September 2008 — July 2009

3rd

5th & 6th

September 2009 — July 2010

4th

7th & 8th

September 2010 — July 2011

5th

9th & 10th

September 2011 — June 2012

 

Note: All Indian students who are appearing FMGE (MCI) exam have to fill the same information in their application form.

Future Outlook: 3D Photos of Zhongda Hospital, Affiliated hospital of Southeast University, Nanjing, China.


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Collected from website of ADD Ateliers Ltd: (ADDA) is an international architectural services supplier with UK office in London and operation centers in Nanjing and Beijing, China.

China overtakes India as ‘Diabetes Capital’


In 2009, fourth edition of Diabetes Atlas put India at the top

China has overtaken India to wrest the title of the ‘Diabetes Capital of the World’, going by the latest figures revealed by the 5th edition of Diabetes Atlas.

At 90.0 million, China today has the largest number of people with diabetes. India follows with about 61.3 million, and the third on the list is far behind – United States at 23.7 million.

These figures revealed by the Diabetes Atlas, an effort of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), in mid-November have once again stressed the rampant progress of the epidemic in a world that seems largely under-prepared to tackle the growing numbers.

The current figures are a huge variance from the statistics presented during the last edition of the Diabetes Atlas. In 2009, the fourth edition put India at the top of the list of nations with diabetics. At 50.7 million, India was the country with the highest number of people, and China followed with 42.3 million. However, things changed in 2010, when China produced results of a nation-wide study, pegging the country’s diabetic population at 92.4 million.

The revised statistic was accepted, and further validated globally when the 5th edition arrived at a figure of 90 million people.

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Medical Talk Class is Postponed


Medical Talk  class of this week has been postponed to  to next week Wednesday,2011.9.14 morning.

Vote for your Favorite Chinese Cities


The "2011 Amazing China – The Most Attractive Chinese Cities for Foreigners," an online poll for foreigners to choose their favorite cities, invites all interested foreigners to cast their votes.

Last year, when the poll began, it attracted 179,000 votes from across the world, according to organizers.This year, 353 cities at prefecture level or above (excluding HK, Macao and Taiwan) are on a list for the preliminary round of selection, which ends on Aug 30.

The top 20 cities with the most votes will enter the next round starting Sept 1, in which voters can vote online for a second time.

Selection of the final top 10 most attractive cities will be based on the results of the second round of online voting, votes by a group of 400 foreign talents and comments from a board of40 foreign experts, including 34 Chinese Government Friendship Award recipients.

The final results will be announced in early January.

Four major criteria will be considered during the selection of candidate cities: policies attracting and serving foreign talents, the administrative environment, working environment and living conditions for foreign talents.

How to vote ?

Please check the 353 Chinese cities below, by province or autonomous region, and vote for the cities most attractive to you.

You can vote for any city on the list below. No limits on the number of cities you choose. But you can vote for each city only once within a five-minute period.

No limits on the number of cities in the same region or province.

Duration: July 2011 – January 2012

>>> ENTER THE VOTING PAGE

‎9th Semester Subjects — 2007 MBBS


Internal Medicine (II)

Neuropsychiatry

Pediatrics

Ophthalmology

Medical talk

Dermatology

Infectious Diseases

Private Beijing Tour of 东南大学 2007 MBBS Students’.


Tour Date: 1-10-2011 to 5-10-2011.

Tour Price:

· 1100 RMB/Person Without ticket of Happy Valley.

· Happy Valley ticket: 160/person. To get discount on ticket, have to show student ID cards.

Accodimation: 3 Star Hotel in Beijing (Sanyuan Jin’an Hotel or Similar)

Places to Visit:

· Tiananmen Square,

· Forbidden City,

· Hu tong Tour,

· Shopping in Pearl Market

· Great Wall of China,

· Cloisonné Workshop,

· Ming Tombs,

· Tea House,

· Summer Palace,

· Olympic stadiums: Bird Nest and Water Cube Outlook,

· Temple of Heaven,

· Shopping in Silk market.

Itinerary:

Day 1: Beijing Arrival Transfer from railway station to hotel. Free on your own or visit to nearby markets.

Day 2: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Hu tong tour, shopping in Pearl Market. (BREAKFAST & LUNCH PROVIDED)

Day 3: Great Wall, Cloisonné Workshop, Ming Tomb, Tea House. (BREAKFAST & LUNCH PROVIDED)

Day 4: Summer Palace, Bird Nest and Water Cube Outlook, Temple of Heaven, shopping in Silk market. (BREAKFAST & LUNCH PROVIDED)

Day 5: Visit Happy Valley or Shopping, Transfer to train station and end happy Beijing tour. Beijing Departure (BREAKFAST PROVIDED).

Interested students, Register your name by email OR in person to :

RAKESH, rickyrajrakesh@gmail.com

PARDHU, saipardhu1505@hotmail.com

KISHAN, krishboy56@gmail.com

Private 5 Days Beijing Tour Inclusion:

1. Private English-speaking tour guide

2. Private Transfers: between train station, hotels and scenic spots while sightseeing in each city or area by private air-conditioned vehicle with driver and English-speaking guide as listed in the itinerary.

3. Entrance fee of the scenic spots as listed in the itinerary.

4. Meals as specified in the itinerary. "B" stands for western breakfast, "L" stands for Chinese lunch in a local Chinese restaurant or hotel.

5. Hotels: Hotel Based on two persons sharing one room with twin beds; All hotels as listed in the above itinerary serve daily western or Chinese breakfast; All rooms are air-conditioned with private facilities unless specified

Private 5 Days Beijing Tour Exclusion:

Personal expense

Tip to guide and driver

More Details:

1. The Tiananmen Square: The largest city square in the world.

2. Forbidden City: The largest imperial palace in China during the Ming and Qing dynasties with a history of around 600 years.
Visit scenic spots: 1. The hall and the courtyard of supreme harmony, 2. The meridian gate, 3. the hall of supreme harmony, 4. the hall of complete harmony, 5. the hall of preserving harmony, 6. the huge of stone carving, 7. the hall of union, 8. the palace of earthly tranquility, 9. the imperial garden, etc..

3. Hu tong tour: Hu tong are the old traditional alleyways and courtyard homes which once covered all Beijing. Many still survive today and are pleasant to walk or bike through. Not much has changed and you can see how people lived in the past. Visit scenic sports: 1. Yandai street, 2. Yinding bridge, 3. Houhai, 4. Shichahai, 5. Local Family, 6 tricycle

4. The Great Wall: One of the seven wonders in the world and the symbol of China (60 miles away from downtown, about one and half hour’s drive). Visit scenic spots: Juyongguan Great Wall, fortress, beacon-towers, ‘looking-toward Beijing stone’, etc..

5. Ming Tomb: The only underground tomb of the thirteen tombs of the emperors in the Ming Dynasty. Visit scenic spots: 1.ling en gate, 2.ling en palace, 3.soul tower, 4.the great red gate, 5.the stele pavilion, etc..

6. Summer Palace: The largest and best-preserved royal garden in China with a history of over 800 years. Visit scenic spots: 1. East palace gate, 2. the hall of benevolence and longevity, 3. hall of jade billows, 4. the hall of joyful longevity, 5. the covered walkway, 6. the marble boat, etc..

7. Xiushui Market: sell cheap shoes, bags and cases, leather, famous brand, casual wear, fashion clothing, cowboy series, sports leisure attire, knitted dress, kid’s clothing, tie, silk handkerchief, silk wax printing, craft table cloth, handicraft, jewelry, antique, calligraphy and painting, Beijing roast duck and characteristic snack, etc..

HOPE ALL FRIENDS’ WILL PARTCIPATE IN TOUR.

Procedures to Check out of Ding Jia Qiao International Students Building


Those who lives in Dingjiaqiao Campus Building and would like to check out shall follow steps below:

1. Fill with a form from Sipailou office 302 and get permission from   Mr. Cai there;

2. Deliver the form to Dingjiaqiao Campus dorm management office 101;

3. Clear all dorm fees;

4. Check room to make sure nothing damage. Or else, you have to pay for that.

5. And give back remotes, chairs and land telephones to dorm management office.

6. Within 24 hours you have to register new address in local police;

7. Give the copy of temporary resident permission form to Sipailou office 302;

8. Within 10 days you have to go to city police to change address.

Notice of China Bank Service


To upgrade their computer systems, The Bank of China will stop temporarily some business and services, which are as follows:

1. Student loan repayments in advance will be stopped temporarily from May 17th to June 15th 2011. You’ll have to do that after 15th June.

2. All ATM machines of the Bank of China will be stopped using temporarily from May 31st to June 6th 2011. You can’t deposit or withdraw money by ATM during that time.

3. Most business and services related with campus card will be stopped temporarily from May 31st to June 6th 2011. You can’t transfer accounts through your campus card during that time.

4. All business and services of the Bank of China will be stopped temporarily from June 4thto June 6th 2011.

5. Opening an account with personal E-banking and Mobil-Banking of the Bank of China will be not allowed from June 1st to June 6th 2011, and all operation of E-Banking and Mobil-Banking will be stopped from June 4th to June 6th 2011.

And students who want to recharge your campus cards during that time can go to the Campus Card Center in DingJiaQiao (at the first floor in Administration Building) from 9:00a.m. To 3:00p.m. , June 1st to June 3rd 2011. Any doubts, please ask the Campus Card Center (Tel: 83795043)

Nanjing branch of the Bank of China

CIS’SEU

Emblem of 2014 Youth Olympic Games unveiled in Nanjing Xuanwu Lake on May 19th 2011—Photos


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The emblem of the Nanjing 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games was unveiled to the public at a ceremony on Thursday in Nanjing, east China’s Jiangsu province.

The emblem, with the letters of NANJING standing out in bright colors, showcases the energy and vibrancy of the youth.

The names of the host city, the Youth Olympics and the timing, together with the Olympic rings, are arranged into the shape of an ancient city gate and a local resident house to symbolize the unique features of the province.

From College of International Students,Southeast University,

International students from 30 different Countries have attended this Opening Ceremony along with Associate Dean Yang, Associate Dean Haoyang Zhang, Teacher Chai, Teacher Wang Jian and other CIS staff and made the ceremony colorful and successful.

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Nanjing Railway Station to Sell Real-Name Bullet Train Tickets from May 22nd


Passengers who wish to buy tickets will have to present valid identification each time they purchase bullet train tickets (except children exempt from buying tickets or children in possession of special children’s tickets).

All Nanjing railway stations (including train ticket outlets) plan to implement the real-name system by May 22nd. 

According to the new rule, all valid passengers need to show at least one form of ID out of 25 kinds of identification certificates specified by Nanjing Railway Bureau. These include ID cards, passports, residence permit for foreigners and foreign entry permits.

So, whenever you book ticket and while travelling you need to present your passport or residence permit. 

DON’T FORGET.

Nanjing to Sell Real-Name Bullet Train Tickets from May 22nd

 

Information collected from:  http://www.echinacities.com/nanjing/city-in-pulse/nanjing-to-sell-real-name-bullet-train-tickets-from-may.html

Medical Mnemonics–2. Useful for Fmge Exam


This Medical Mnemonics Material is about 139 Pages.

Many Important Topics of  below subjects are included:

ANATOMY

ANESTHESIOLOGY

BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE / PSYCHOLOGY

BIO-CHEMISTRY

CARDIOLOGY

CHEMISTRY

DERMATOLOGY

EMBROLOGY

EMERGENCY MEDICINE

ENT

EPIDEMOLOGY

GASTROENTEROLOGY

GENETICS

HISTOLOGY

IMMUNOLOGY

INTERNAL MEDICINE

INTERVIEWING / PHYSICAL EXAM

MICRO-BIOLOGY

NEUROLOGY

NEUROSCIENCES

OBSTETRICS /GYNECOLOGY

OPTHAMOLOHY

ORTHOPEDICS

PATHOLOGY

PEDIATRICS

PHARMACOLOGY

PHYSICS

PHYSIOLOGY

PODIATRY

PSYCHIATRY

RADIOLOGY

RHEUMATOLOGY /ALLERGY

SURGERY

UROLOGY

You can remember them easily.

Click Here to Download Pdf Version

SPL FARES FROM SHANGHAI , BEIJING, XIAMEN TO HYD, DELHI, MUMBAI and CHENNAI — MALAYASIAN AIRLINES


The Below Fares are

from SHANGHAI, BEIJING and XIAMEN

to

 HYDERABAD, DELHI, MUMBAI and CHENNAI

with 40+7 Kgs Baggage and ONE DATE CHANGE FREE for RETURN TICKET.

RETURN TICKET FARE:

from SHANGHAI, BEIJING and XIAMEN to            }

HYDERABAD, DELHI, MUMBAI and CHENNAI      }                   Rs. 33,900/-  

ONEWAY TICKET FARE:

from SHANGHAI, BEIJING and XIAMEN to            }

HYDERABAD, DELHI, MUMBAI, CHENNAI           }                    Rs. 21,500/-

Note:

1. For one way ticket, there is no date change for free of cost.

Contact for booking ticket :

Mr. Shanthi Kumar

+91-98493-59976,

Trans world Travels, HYD.

Kamal’s Previous FMGE MCQ’s Book–Download


In this book, FMGE previous questions are given Subject-Wise,If you need the book download from below link given.

Click Here to Download.

News: Health ministry rejects MCI proposal on UG medical degrees from six English-speaking nations


NEW DELHI: All doctors, who have an undergraduate medical degree from abroad, will have to appear for a screening test before they can practise in India.

This rule will also apply for Indian doctors with post-graduate (PG) medical degrees from the UK, the US,Canada, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand.

Doctors with an UG degree from India and a PG degree from these six countries have been allowed by the Union health ministry to practise in any public or private hospital in India. They can also be a faculty member in any medical college without appearing for a screening test.

On Monday, the Medical Council of India ( MCI) proposed that those who have an UG medical degree from these six English-speaking countries should also be allowed to work in India without appearing for a screening test.

However, Union health secretary K Chandramouli rejected the proposal.

Dr Ranjit Roychoudhury, MCI’s governing body (GB) member, said, "We had asked the government to relax the rules of appearing for a screening test for senior doctors with a lot of medical experience from these countries since their PG degrees are already recognized. But the suggestion was not accepted. The screening test will remain universal."

GB member Dr Sita Naik added, "With so many hospitals coming up in India, which already faces an acute shortage of trained medical manpower, we suggested relaxing the rules of the screening test for these countries. We felt it wasn’t appropriate for senior, established doctors from these countries to be asked to appear for a screening examination if they wanted to work in India."

However, another GB member Dr Devi Shetty said, "We’ll submit a proposal on Tuesday on how the government can allow selective screening. The proposal has not been shelved yet."

Union health ministry had recognized PG medical degrees from these six countries in 2007, which allowed a lot of Indian doctors settled abroad to return home. Prior to 2007, India didn’t recognize the PG degree from these countries as recognizing it was a reciprocal gesture.

India had only recognized PG degrees of countries that acknowledged India’s PG qualifications, like Ireland, Bangladesh and Nepal. Then health secretary Naresh Dayal had said, "This move will see a large number of Indian doctors return home to work. Many will come on sabbaticals for a short stint in teaching or even practise in public or private hospitals."

Experts were also optimistic about the initiative. ‘India is increasing its number of PG seats and medical institutes are offering PG degrees. Six new AIIMS-like institutions are coming up. All these will require specialized faculty, which won’t be available from the present pool. That’s why we are trying to remove all barriers for Indian doctors to return to India."

India faces a severe shortage of doctors. There is one doctor per 1,634 people in the country.

Collected from: Times of India News Paper

FMGE MARCH 2011 RESULT STATISTICS DATA


FMGE MARCH 2011 RESULT STATISTICS DATA:

  • TOTAL NO OF ENTRIES : 6371
  • TOTAL NO. OF ENTRIES WITHOUT REGISTER NUMBER : 21
  • TOTAL NO OF RESULTS CHECKED : 6348
  • TOTAL NO. OF ENTRIES WITH WRONG DOB : 1  
  • TOTAL NO OF ENTRIES WITH UMC : 4   
  • TOTAL NO.s with RESULT WITHHELD : 618   
  • TOTAL NO OF PASS : 1159   
  • TOTAL NO OF FAIL : 4418   
  • TOTAL NO. OF ABSENTEES : 156   
  • Highest mark— 230 / 300
  • Lowest mark —- 5 / 300 .

UU Information is TRUE, one of the top fmge coaching center in India has released this data.

STUDY HARD,EVERY ONE CAN ACHIEVE THE BEST.

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