Health Bulletin 13/June/2022

Here are the top Health stories for the day:

#MODIJIdeferNEETUG: Candidates urge PM Modi to postpone NEET 2022 by one month

The demands for postponing the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test 2022 (NEET-UG 2022) exam, is escalating gradually as the aspirants have now directly urged the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi ji to intervene.

Trending the hashtag #MODIJIdeferNEETUG on Twitter, the aspirants for NEET-UG have pointed out that they are under immense pressure because of the schedule of the common medical entrance test on July 17, leaving the candidates with a very small time gap with the counselling dates for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test 2021.

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#MODIJIdeferNEETUG: Candidates Urge PM Modi To Postpone NEET 2022 By One Month


186 vacancies for junior resident post in different specialties at AIIMS New Delhi: Apply now 

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences, (AIIMS New Delhi), has announced vacancies for the Junior Resident (Non-Academic) Post for JULY, 2022 session in different specialities on a Contract Basis in this medical institute.

AIIMS, New Delhi is an Autonomous Body established under an Act of Parliament. As a part of its activities, the Institute is running a large teaching hospital for training of undergraduate and postgraduate students in the various fields of Medical Sciences.

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186 Vacancies For Junior Resident Post In Different Specialities At AIIMS New Delhi: Apply Now 

Bond service postings must be given within 3 months of passing final exam: HC relief to doctor, directs medical college to return documents

Directing Indore-based Mahatma Gandhi Medical College to return the original documents of a doctor, the Jabalpur bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court recently implied that if the bond service postings are not given within three months from the passing of the final exam, the conditions mentioned in the bond will be treated as infructuous.

Such an observation has been provided by the HC bench comprising of Justice Sujoy Paul, as it referred to Rule 11 of Madhya Pradesh Medical and Dental Post Graduate Course (Degree/Diploma) Admission Rules, 2015 and clarified, “So far bond conditions are concerned, a plain reading of Rule 11 makes it clear that if appointment order is not issued to the successful candidates within three months, the bond conditions will be treated to be cancelled.”

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Bond Service Postings must be given within 3 months of Passing final Exam: HC relief to Doctor, directs Medical College to return documents 

8000+ COVID-19 infections reported for three straight days, active cases rise to 47,995   

8,084 new circumstances and 10 deaths had been reported in the past 24 hours. India’s active caseload at present stands at 47,995. Active circumstances now constitute 0.11 percent of the nation’s overall positive cases.

India has so far conducted over 85.51 crore cumulative tests. 

HC tells RGUHS to conduct fresh practical exams for 41 MBBS students  

The Bengaluru bench of Karnataka High Court recently set aside the results of practical examination of 41 MBBS students who had failed and directed the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) to conduct fresh practical examination for the medicos within three weeks.

 “Respondent – RGUHS is hereby directed to conduct fresh practical examination to the aforementioned petitioners in the subjects mentioned above within a period of three weeks from the date of receipt of certified copy of this order,” the HC bench comprising of Justice MI Arun noted.

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Conduct Fresh Practical Exams for 41 MBBS students: HC tells RGUHS  

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