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Killexams : DME Gujarat Informs About Third Online Mop-Up Round For MBBS, BDS Admission

Gujarat: The Director of Medical Education (DME Gujarat) announced that the detailed program of the third offline mop-up round (only for MBBS and BDS courses) will be published on the committee's website from now on.

ACPUGMEC will organize 3rd offline mop-up round for admission in MBBS & BDS courses through video conferencing for this academic year 2022-23 at 14 colleges. The detailed list is enclosed in the notice below. Candidate can select the Help Center for participating in 3rd offline mop-up round at the time of consent.

All the candidates included in the Merit-list of ACPUGMEC can participate in 3rd offline mop-up round, except the candidates who have secured and joined admission in round 2 of Medical Counseling Committee (MCC)/round 2 of state quota.

As per the notice, to participate in the 3rd offline mop-up round, the candidates must log in to the website using their User ID and Password to provide online consent. The online consent can be given till 10th December 2022, 11:00 am. The candidate, who has not given online consent during the stipulated time, will not be allowed to participate.

After giving consent, candidates have to take the printout of the "Consent/Choice Form" available in "Registration Details," which shows the date and time of consent given by him along with the place for 3rd offline mop-up round. Candidates must remain present at the merit rank on the allotted date and time at their Selected Help Center. They are instructed to bring a "Consent/Choice Form" during offline counselling.

The candidates who have cancelled their admission of previous rounds and are coming for fresh admission are required to bring the following original documents at the time of counselling –

1. Consent/Choice Form for 3rd offline mop-up round

2. Print a Copy of the NEET-UG-2022 Marksheet

3. Std. 10th Marksheet

4. Std. 12th Marksheet

5. Document showing the place of birth & Date of Birth & Indian Citizenship (School leaving Certificate/ Transfer Certificate/ Passport/ Birth Certificate)

6. Domicile Certificate for students born outside Gujarat (with signature and stamp of Authority) issued by Competent Authorities (Mamlatdar/Executive Magistrate/Commissioner of Police) of Gujarat State only

7. For SEBC, ST and SC Category: Caste certificate issued by Competent Authorities of Gujarat State only

8. For SEBC Category: Non-creamy layer certificate (Parishistha '4' in Gujarati/English) issued by Competent Authorities of Gujarat State only issued after Dt:01/04/2020

9. For EWS (Economically Weaker Sections) Category: EWS certificate issued by Competent Authorities of Gujarat State only issued after Dt:01/04/2020

10. Copy of Passport (if Citizenship is Dual)

11. Physical Fitness Certificate

12. Any other document as per requirement

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Killexams : CFCC Medical Laboratory Technology Application Period Closes December 5

Wilmington, NC – Cape Fear Community College has extended the deadline to apply for a new Medical Laboratory Technology program. The deadline to apply is Monday, December 5, 2022.

This two-year Associate in Applied Science program equips students to perform clinical laboratory procedures to diagnose, prevent, and treat disease. The program focuses on specimen collection, laboratory testing and procedures, quality assurance and reporting, and recording and interpreting findings. Students will also have the opportunity to receive hands-on training in a clinical setting.

Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to take the American Society for Clinical Pathology Certification. Graduates will work in hospital laboratories, medical offices, and industry and research facilities.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment for medical laboratory technicians to grow by 10 percent through 2030, a rate faster than average for all occupations. The Bureau also estimates nearly 26,000 job openings for clinical laboratory technologists and technicians per year.

To apply for the Medical Laboratory Technology program, please visit or contact a  Health Science Enrollment Center representative to learn more. The CFCC Health Sciences Enrollment Center accepts walk-ins and appointments Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

To learn more about the Medical Laboratory Technology program, please visit

Source: Christina Hallingse, Director of Media Relations

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Killexams : Medical students oppose NMC’s new admission rules AHMEDABAD: As admissions to MBBS and BDS courses are about to end, students have opposed the new rules laid out by the National Medical Commission (NMC), calling them “an injustice”.
Sources said the NMC recently announced that students who got admission to undergraduate medical courses such as MBBS and BDS in the first and second rounds but did not confirm their admission will not be allowed to participate in the third round.
Students say that thus far students were allowed to participate in the third and even fourth round of admission, till they get a college of their preference.
They said the new rules force them to confirm their admission in the first two rounds.
Students argue that in many cases students get admission at self-financed colleges in the first or second round but they still participate in the next rounds as many times they get a seat at a government college.
Sources in the admission committee said the new rules were formed because students did not confirm admission even in the fourth round, which prolonged the intake process.
Sources said many students and their parents will approach the state and the Union governments to make a representation on this issue.
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Killexams : BFUHS Announces Counseling Schedule For Admission To Certificate, PG Diploma, MSc Courses

Faridkot: Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) announced counseling schedule for admission to Certificate, PG Diploma, and MSc Courses to be held on 29th November 2022. As per the notice, the counseling schedule will be held in College Council Room at Guru Gobind Singh Medical College, Faridkot, from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm. Application forms may be downloaded from the...

Faridkot: Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) announced counseling schedule for admission to Certificate, PG Diploma, and MSc Courses to be held on 29th November 2022.

As per the notice, the counseling schedule will be held in College Council Room at Guru Gobind Singh Medical College, Faridkot, from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm.  Application forms may be downloaded from the official website,, and the forms, complete in all aspects, may be submitted to the Principal, Guru Gobind Singh Medical College, Faridkot.

Eligible candidates will have to attend the walk-in counseling along with original certificates/ documents and requisite fees (application form fees) at the Principal's office, Guru Gobind Singh Medical College, Faridkot. The last fee deposit is on 29th November 2022.

Application fee –

Name of the Course


Application Fee in Rs/-




Certificate Course




Diploma Course




PG Diploma Course




M.Sc Course




Details issued -

1. The admission application form's prospectus will be available on the university website

2. The candidate should read the eligibility condition carefully. Mere submission of an application for admission/counseling does not entitle the candidate to admission.

3. The eligibility shall be determined by the Selection Committee/Principal of the concerned college at the time of counseling/admission.

4. Those not eligible per the criteria mentioned in the prospectus will not be considered for admission. Eligibility is also subject to medical fitness.

5. Applications of candidates producing false or fabricated information shall not be considered, and candidates shall be further debarred from participating in any future counseling conducted by BFUHS, Faridkot.

6. Candidates who are not bonafide residents of Punjab shall be considered during 2nd Round of Counseling after exhausting the Bonafide Residents of Punjab. Verification of documents & allotment of seats to all candidates will be at the Principal office, GGS Medical College, Faridkot, as per schedule, i.e., 29th November 2022.

7. Candidates claiming benefits of reservation under the SC/ BC category shall be required to produce a certificate from the competent authority per the latest instructions of Govt. of Punjab. Further, a valid backward certificate must be produced per the latest instructions of the department of welfare—government of Punjab. in which the family's annual income is mentioned.

8. The Provisional selection/allotment of seats in the counseling will be subject to verification of the original documents/checking of eligibility by the Principal of the concerned college. It shall be the sole responsibility of the Principal to authenticate the eligibility of the allocated candidate before admitting the candidate to the allotted course.

9. The provisionally selected candidates will report to the Principal of their respective college for medical examination by the medical board constituted by the college. Selected physically disabled candidates (if a seat is reserved per the reservation policy of the Govt. of Punjab) will also have to appear before the Medical Board to assess whether they are fit to carry out the duties despite being handicapped. The decision of the Medical Board of Guru Gobind Singh Medical College & Hospital, Faridkot, will be final.

10. The selected candidates will pay the tuition fee on the spot at the counseling venue in the shape of a bank Demand Draft in favor of Registrar Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, payable at Faridkot. For eligibility and other conditions, visit on University website, The fee structure will be as per university regulations. If the University issues any subsequent amendment/ corrigendum for a change in fee structure, the same will be applicable in letter and spirit.

Eligibility conditions –

1. The admission to ParaMedical (Certificate/Diploma/PG Diploma/PG) Courses shall be open to candidates who have qualified for this minimum eligibility criterion notified in the prospectus.

2. Merely applying for admission based on fulfilling minimum eligibility criteria will not entitle the Candidates to eligibility. A Merit of a candidate for admission will be determined by the Admission Committee strictly as per rules and regulations laid down by BFUHS as published in this prospectus.

3. The Admission Committee shall conduct counseling/Admissions constituted by the Principal, GGS Medical College, Faridkot, for this purpose.

4. Age: As specified in the minimum eligibility criteria required for admission.

The process of admission to paramedical courses –

1. Submission of a hard copy of the admission application form at the Principal Office, GGS Medical College, Faridkot, along with the self-attested documents.

2. Deposition of admission application along with application fee only in the shape of demand draft favoring Registrar, BFUHS, Faridkot, Payable At Faridkot

3. Provisional merit list will be displayed at the counseling venue before the physical round of counseling starts.

4. Physical round of counseling as per schedule

5. Submission of tuition fee at the time of counseling venue

Counseling process –

1. The candidate has to appear personally to attend the physical round of counseling.

2. The candidate has to mark attendance.

3. The candidate has to produce original documents for verification of documents/credentials and appear before the Admission Committee.

4. The reserved category candidates selected shall have the right to be selected in the General category as per their merit. The reserve category candidates selected in the General category shall not be counted towards the reserved category.

5. The seat will be allocated on the candidate's merit, if available.

Documents to be submitted –

1. Passport size color photograph(self-signed) of the candidate is to be affixed to the Admission Application Form.

2. Matric or equivalent certificate for Date of Birth.

3. 10+1 and 10+2 Detail Marks Card.

4. Detail Marks card of Graduation or any other qualifying exam as the case may be.

5. Degree of Graduation or any other qualifying examination, as the case may be.

6. Migration Certificate.

7. Character certificate from Institution last attended.

8. Punjab Residence Certificate.

9. Reserved Category Certificate to be issued from the Competent Authority as given in the prospectus.

10. Undertaking by the candidate for Gap year in original, if any.

11. Undertaking from parent/Guardian (Compulsory).

12. Photocopy of Adhar Card of the candidate, the candidate's mother, and the candidate's father.

13. Bank Demand Draft in Original.

Seat matrix –

A total of 131 seats are allotted.



Certified courses


Diploma courses


Postgraduate diploma courses


Postgraduate degree courses


The vacant seats under any reserved category shall be transferred to General Category during the subsequent round of counseling.

To view the notices, click on the links below –

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Killexams : Dr. Nicole Saphier reveals how ‘woke’ medical school guidelines lower the bar for admissions No result found, try new keyword!Outnumbered’ panel discusses woke medical school admissions and the University of Florida adding ‘anti-racism’ to the curriculum ... Fri, 25 Nov 2022 04:09:00 -0600 en-US text/html Killexams : 'Mass testing' linked to 25% cut in COVID-19 related hospital admissions

The first ever voluntary "mass testing" pilot for people without COVID symptoms was associated with an overall 25% reduction in COVID-19 related hospital admissions, including an initial 43% reduction with military assistance, finds a study published by The BMJ today.

Assuming this effect was causal, the researchers say the pilot prevented 6,829 infections and led to 239 fewer hospital admissions across the city of Liverpool, before being rolled out to the rest of the UK.

Transmission of the COVID-19 virus by people without symptoms has been a major challenge in controlling the pandemic. These latest findings show that large scale voluntary community testing for COVID-19 can potentially reduce virus transmission and prevent hospital admissions.

The pilot, known as COVID-SMART, offered supervised voluntary lateral flow testing to all people over the age of 5 years without symptoms who were living or working in Liverpool from November 6, 2020 to January 2, 2021. The aim was to identify infectious people sooner and disrupt transmission.

COVID-SMART coincided with the start of the second national UK lockdown (November 5 to December 2, 2020). At the time, the unvaccinated population of Liverpool had the highest COVID-19 case rate in the country.

The researchers wanted to find out whether such large scale testing was effective at reducing COVID-19 related hospital admissions.

To do this, they compared weekly COVID-19 related hospital admissions among the pilot (intervention) population with a control population selected from the rest of England with similar previous COVID-19 hospital admissions and sociodemographic factors to the intervention population.

When analysis was restricted to the first month of the pilot (November 6 to December 3, 2020), the results show that it was associated with a 43% reduction in COVID-19 related hospital admissions in Liverpool compared with the control population.

In absolute numbers this is the equivalent of 146 fewer admissions in the period up to December 3, 2020.

However, the researchers stress that this was a time of intensive testing with military assistance when Liverpool was under higher (tier 3) lockdown restrictions than many other areas of the country.

When analysis was extended across the full intervention period (November 6, 2020 to January 2, 2021), and in lockdown restrictions were taken into account, a 25% reduction in COVID-19 related hospital admissions was seen (equivalent to 239 fewer admissions) compared with the control population.

This is an , and the researchers stress that care should be taken when interpreting the findings in the context of different variants, levels of immunity, and testing policies. What's more, they can't rule out the possibility that other unmeasured (confounding) factors may have influenced their results.

Nevertheless, their approach ensured that control areas were likely to have been affected by similar coronavirus transmission patterns before the introduction of COVIDSMART in Liverpool, and the results were similar after additional analyses, suggesting that they are robust.

As such, they say, "It is plausible that the main effect in our analysis is causally related to the COVID-SMART intervention, especially as the study period pre-dates the main roll-out of COVID-19 vaccination."

They note that large scale community testing is a complex intervention, where one person's testing may affect another's (e.g., family member's) COVID risk behavior, and therefore the testing effect is not a simple relationship between one test and one chain of virus transmission. They also emphasize that success relies on high levels of uptake and effective support to enable isolation of infectious people and their close contacts.

But they say their findings suggest that even when uptake is unequal and barriers to effective isolation exist, "widespread community testing can potentially reduce transmission and subsequent admissions at least in the short term."

More information: Impact of community asymptomatic rapid antigen testing on covid-19 related hospital admissions: synthetic control study, The BMJ (2022). DOI: 10.1136/bmj-2022-071374

Citation: 'Mass testing' linked to 25% cut in COVID-19 related hospital admissions (2022, November 23) retrieved 9 December 2022 from

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Killexams : NMC asks medical colleges to upload details of NEET PG, NEET SS admissions Representative Photo © Provided by Free Press Journal Representative Photo

Mumbai: The National Medical Commission (NMC) has instructed medical colleges to submit data of those students who have been admitted to their NEET PG and NEET SS courses by December 9 for PG and December 24 for NEET SS. The medical colleges have been instructed to upload these details on NMC's official website-

NMC has also made it possible to modify or delete incorrect entries up to two days after the last date for admission to broad and super-speciality courses.

"Considering that medicine..." Delhi HC upholds NMC decision on four attempts for first year MBBS students

NMC may also request caste certificate information, as well as NEET PG 2022 and NEET SS 2022 exam information, as required by the Postgraduate Medical Education Board (PGMEB).

Medical schools will no longer be required to send hard copies of PG admissions. It also stated that the information provided through the online portal would be the only information used to monitor students admitted to PG programmes.

Details such as course name, sanctioned intake capacity, date of admission, student name, registration number and category, NEET PG 2022 all India and state rank, stipend, and name of the PG teacher under whom the student is admitted.

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Killexams : National Medical Commission Warns Indian Students Against Admission In This Kyrgyzstan Medical College
National Medical Commission Warns Indian Students Against Admission In This Kyrgyzstan Medical College
The letter claiming recognition of Avicenna International Medical University, Kyrgyzstan is fake

Image credit: Representational

National Medical Commission in a circulated dated November 28 informed Indian students pursuing medical degrees in Kyrgyzstan that Avicenna International Medical University, Kyrgyzstan is not recognised by the medical education regulatory body and a letter claiming recognition of this medical college by NMC is fake.

"This is to inform all that a fake letter dated September 16 stating that "Avicenna International Medical University (Bishek) is recognised by National Medical Commission and Indian students can study here to become a doctor" is in circulation under the signature of Secretary, NMC and Under Secretary, NMC," the letter read. "In this regard, it is clarified that the above letter is fake as National Medical Commission has not issued the same," it added.

Meanwhile, NMC earlier announced that it will no longer be associated with the prestigious Dr B C Roy National Award. It has also announced its disassociation with the Silver Jubilee Research Award and Hari Om Ashram Alembic Research Award. The decision was taken in a meeting chaired by the Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on September 26 followed by another meeting with the Union Minister of State for Health Bharati Pravin Pawar on October 7.

- With PTI Inputs

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