All India PG
- Medical colleges flunk PG test
New Delhi, Feb. 24: India's medical education regulators have rejected applications from 170 medical engineering colleges and teaching hospitals, including some in Bengal, to start or increase postgraduate seats.
- Delhi doctors call off strike after assurance from health minister Ghulam Nabi Azad
To the relief of the students, the minister also said rural posting will not be mandatory for those appearing in PG examination for the year 2015-16.
- Azad Says No Extension of MBBS Course, Docs' Strike Ends
Striking Senior resident doctors and medical students of top Delhi hospitals, including AIIMS, called off their agitation today after Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad made it clear that there is no proposal to extend the duration of MBBS Course.
- Azad defends removal of Health Secretary
NEW DELHI: Justifying the controversial removal Union Health and Family Welfare Secretary Keshav Desiraju, Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad said his “casual approach and lack of attention to detail would cause serious embarrassment” to him besides “slowing down” important projects.
- Azad rules out extension of MBBS course
No mandatory rural posting either