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LIST OF SUPER SPECIALTY COURSES AND CORRESPONDING ELIGIBLE FEEDER SPECIALTY QUALIFICATIONS

LIST OF SUPER SPECIALTY COURSES AND CORRESPONDING ELIGIBLE FEEDER SPECIALTY QUALIFICATIONS  It is hereby clarified that the prior entry qualifications shall be strictly in accordance with Post Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 2000 and its amendments notified by MCI and any clarification issued from MCI in this regard.  S.L.No Name of Feeder Specialty Course

NEET SS 2020 FOR DNB SUPER SPECIALTY COURSES ADMISSION

NBE is utilizing the merit list of NEET-SS for admission to DNB Super Specialty Courses, NBE offers the following DNB Super Specialty Courses (along with their prior entry qualifications): Sl. No. DNB SUPER SPECIALTY COURSE PRIOR ENTRY QUALIFICATION 1. CARDIAC ANAESTHESIA MD/DNB (ANAESTHESIA) 2. CARDIOLOGY MD/DNB (GENERAL MEDICINE) MD/DNB (PAEDIATRICS) MD/DNB (RESPIRATORY MEDICINE)

NEET-SS-2020-clubbed-courses

Clubbing: Certain DM/MCh Courses which have less number of seats and have a single common feeder broad specialty course have been clubbed together.   All DM/MCh courses which have been clubbed are tabulated below:   S.L.No DM/MCh Courses which have been clubbed together 1. Cardiac Anaesthesia Organ Transplant Anaesthesia & Critical Care Paediatric and Neonatal

mbbs admission after NEET MoPuP round or pay a 25 lac fine

MBBS admission 2020 in karnakata To curb unfair practices  for MBBS admission   in private medical college and deemed university of karnataka through NEET after MopUp round , the Government Of Karnataka  is planning  of increasing penalty for those candidates who has an intention to surrender allotted seat after the mop-up round. Rajiv Gandhi University of

MBBS degree college fees may soon get cheaper in India

Very Low Fees MBBS Admission in India 2020 PTI Govt has asked Board of Governors(NMC) to prepare draft guidelines for the  fee structure in private medical colleges and deemed universities from next academic session 2020 According to sources, fees for 50% of the MBBS seats in private medical colleges will be between ₹6 lakh to

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