The printed copy of the application should be given at the respective branches of the Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) before July 27.
The National Medical Commission is actively considering allowing final year medical students who returned from Ukraine and China to complete their education from their parent universities online and then take the Foreign Medical Graduate Exam (FMGE) here, official sources said.
The Parents Association of Ukraine MBBS Students had written a letter to the Uttar Pradesh government on the issue on June 10, in which it said that there are 2400 medical students in Uttar Pradesh alone while there are about 16,000 students across the country, most of them are now in depression.
The Supreme Court on Friday said the decision of the government and the Medical Council not to conduct special stray round of counselling for All India Quota in NEET-PG-2021 cannot be said to be arbitrary, and dismissed a batch of petitions seeking to fill the vacant 1,456 seats.
Interestingly, it is for the first time that seats have fallen vacant for the medical PG courses in the country. The apex court said that it cannot allow admission by compromising the educational quality and the health of the common people.
Except Kerala, all the 28 other states have already uploaded the panel of doctors who would be issuing the medical certificate on the website of the Amarnath Pilgrimage Board (Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board).
The SC bench headed by Justice Hemant Gupta said that even though there is a requirement for more medical practitioners, the country prefers eligible doctors rather than the ones who get medical degrees from dubious foreign universities.