The counselling for medical seats basis NEET 2016 will commence from today.
The government has suggested that MBBS students should appear for an exam which will authenticate them to continue practice as certified doctors
CBSE declared the NEET 2016 results a day before the scheduled date.
The Punjab Master of Sciences (Nursing) Entrance Test (PMNET 2016) will be held on 18th September. Candidates can apply before 5th September
The President of India put a stamp on the two bills that accredited the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) as a common entrance examination…
More than 3000 students from Jammu & Kashmir got admission in various colleges under PMSSS scheme.
EAMCET may now be conducted for the third time as the CID has stated that the question paper for EAMCET II which was held on 9th July was leaked
The parliament passed the bill which will clear the way for admission to Medical and Dental courses all over the country through NEET from 2017 onwards
External Affairs Ministry of India has allowed Hindu migrants from Pakistan and Bangladesh to take direct admission to MBBS, BDS and BE courses from this academic year.
According to many students, there were many mistakes in the question paper which was held by CBSE for admission in MBBS and BDS courses.
Komal Preet Kaur, daughter of a Kargil Martyr, Sepoy Buta Singh, has topped the Punjab Medical Entrance Test (PMET 2016) in wards of defence personnel category…
The Crime Investigation Department (CID) will be holding an inquiry in to EAMCET II paper leak case.
CBSE has introduced a ‘bell ringing system’ to alert candidates about the time during National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) which is to be held on 24th July…
After waiting for a year, students will now be able to appear for NEET 2016 on 24th July 2016. The admit card will be available from 8th July online…
The central government now plans to turn the NEET PG into a common exit test, which will replace the varying university-level examinations that MBBS students have to clear before they start practising medicine.