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Information regarding Procedure for PROVISIONAL REGISTRATION in Delhi.


Procedure given below was assumed for Andhra Pradesh Students.

Provisional registration & Permanent registration is done at:

Medical Council of India, Pocket- 14, Sector – 8, Dwarka Phase –1, New Delhi – 110077, INDIA.

Have to submit:

-TWO DD’S

  • 100 RS FOR INTERMEDIATE BOARD {Rs.100/- in favor of Secretary, B.I.E. , A.P. , Hyderabad.
  • 1000 RS FOR PROVISIONAL REGISTRATION {OF “THE SECRETARY, MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA”, PAYABLE AT NEW DELHI. }  {Behind the dd’s mention ur name, father name. purpose of the dd , and ur signature }

-APPLICATION FORM {the photo that is pasted on application should be attested}

-WHITE PAPER WITH TWO PHOTOS AND SIGNATURE UNDER THE PHOTOS

-PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE + 4 COPIES

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPT + 4 COPIES

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-INTERMIDATE ORIGINAL +4 COPIES

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-4 PHOTOCOPIES OF 10TH

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-4 PHOTOCOIES OF MEDICAL COUNCIL ELIGIBILITY CERTIFICATE

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-TWO PHOTOCOPIES OF SCREENING TEST RESULT PAPER.

  • {Should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

-PHOTOCOPY OF PASSPORT PAGES

  • {ONLY TRAVEL DATE PAGES AND FRONT N BACK PAPER OF THE PASSPORT.}
  • {Every page should be attested with gazette officer and also self attestation is required}

Note: SAME ORDER SHOULD BE FOLLOWED OR ELSE YOUR WORK WILL NOT BE DONE.

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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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Census 2011 of India: Imp. for FMGE


Census 2011 Results:

If you are appearing for FMGE exam after March 2011,                                 You need to know the facts of Census 2011 which were updated by the Indian Govt. on 15th March2011.                                                                            This is why I have included this page to help you review the new Census data.

SUMMARISED DATA:


  • 1. General Date:

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  • Other Info:

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Download the book: Provisional Population totals, India 2011.

Published by Office of registrar general and census commission,India.

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

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