NEET UG

Supreme Court Rules Out NEET UG 2024 Re-Exam, Affirms Examination’s Integrity. Counselling From Tomorrow…

The Supreme Court of India has decided against ordering a re-exam for the NEET UG 2024, despite acknowledging that the question paper was leaked at examination centers in Jharkhand's Hazaribagh and Patna, Bihar. The verdict, delivered by a bench led by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, stated that there was no substantial evidence of a systemic breach that would necessitate such a drastic measure.
SKMCH

Horrific Clash Between Medical Students and Police at SKMCH Leads to Chaos and Injuries, SP Assured Action

On late Sunday night, a major altercation broke out between medical students and the police at SKMCH , resulting in a chaotic scene. The situation escalated when police entered the premises and resorted to a baton charge, injuring approximately two dozen junior doctors and medical students, with several sustaining serious head injuries.
NEET UG 2024 Results: Hundreds of Flaws Exposed. NTA Under Scrutiny, Re-NEET Expected

NEET UG 2024 Results: Hundreds of Flaws Exposed. NTA Under Scrutiny, Re-NEET Expected

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has once again found itself at the center of controversy following the republishing of the NEET UG 2024 results. This action, ordered by Chief Justice of India (CJI) D.Y. Chandrachud, has unveiled significant irregularities in the examination process, raising serious concerns about the integrity and transparency of the entire system.
AI Education

The Importance of Integrating AI Education into the MBBS Curriculum

The medical field is on the brink of a technological revolution, driven largely by the advancements in artificial intelligence (AI). From diagnostics to treatment planning, AI is transforming healthcare in ways that were previously unimaginable. However, the integration of AI into medical practice requires a workforce that is not only proficient in medical knowledge but also adept at leveraging AI technologies. This necessitates the integration of AI education into the MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) curriculum.
NEET Paper Leak Case

NEET Paper Leak 2024: CBI Detains Four AIIMS Patna Students in Paper Leak Case

In a significant development in the NEET Paper Leak case, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has detained four medical students from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Patna. The detentions took place following searches conducted by the CBI at the students' rooms on Wednesday evening. Electronic devices belonging to the students from the 2021 and 2022 batches were confiscated for further investigation.
ESIC Bihta

ESIC Bihta : Hospital Staff along with Local Goons Gathered to Attack MBBS Students, MCD Demands Strict Action!

The ongoing conflict at ESIC Bihta began on Saturday, July 12, when two male hospital staff members entered the gym during the designated time for female students. Despite being asked to leave, the staff members refused. The situation escalated when a guard began recording a video of the staff members. In response, the staff members also started making videos, and it was discovered that they had taken unauthorized photos of female students. This breach of privacy was reported to the Dean of the college.
Doctor

The Deliberate Attack on Modern Medicine & Doctors by ‘Chikitsa Guru’ : A Call for Balanced Healthcare Perspectives

In recent times, there has been a disturbing trend in India where modern medicine and allopathic doctors are being defamed by individuals with questionable qualifications. These individuals, often referred to as quacks or graduates of the so-called "WhatsApp University," lack the depth of understanding required to appreciate the complexities and rigor of medical science.
NEET Scam 2024

NEET Scam 2024: How the System is Fooling Medical Education in India

The NEET UG 2024 examination, intended to be a fair and competitive gateway for aspiring medical students, has been marred by controversies and allegations of misconduct and now became NEET Scam 2024. From paper leaks to inadequate responses from the National Testing Agency (NTA) and the Ministry of Education, the situation highlights systemic flaws that jeopardize the integrity of India's medical education.