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NEW DELHI: Hundreds of foreign who had enrolled this year for undergraduate in private medical colleges in India now face an uncertain future due to a “tricky” domestic legislation regarding entrance examination for them.
Medical Counselling Committe (MCC) has declared the NEET seat allotment result for round two on September 12, 2016. The counselling of NEET 2016 second round had began from September 9, 2016. Earlier, the seat allotment result for round one has been declared on August 28, 2016. This must be noted that as many as 1886 MBBS and BDS seats were vacant after first counselling round of NEET 2016 due to non-joining and resignation.
E-Learning is often regarded as a ‘new’ form of learning that uses the affordances of the Internet to deliver customized, interactive, learning materials and programmes to diverse local and distant communities of practice as it is flexible, of good quality, accessible and cost effective for an individual to undertake.
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS MBBS) 2016 is by far the most awaited entrance exam that candidates who are inclined towards the medical field are eagerly anticipating. The exam is held annually nationwide and is one of the greatest career options for undergraduates. The exam is mainly for students looking at becoming doctors or dentists.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) India holds an entrance exam each year for aspiring candidates who want to get into the medical field. The Institute is a medical research center, which is also an educational institute run by the Indian Government. The annual entrance exam that they conduct for admission courses in medicine is a highly prestigious test and not as easy as it might appear. Lakhs of students prepare for this entrance test and work day and night preparing to get through. There are only 50 seats each year that are awarded by premium medical colleges through the AIIMS entrance candidates.