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Mci-15 Procedure for applying for recognition of Postgraduate qualifications (MD/MS/ dm/ M. Ch./ Diploma courses) u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 for the qualifications which are not recognized and included in the Ist schedule to the imc actMci-15 Procedure for applying for recognition of Postgraduate qualifications (MD/MS/ dm/ M. Ch./ Diploma courses) u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 for the qualifications which are not recognized and included in the Ist schedule to the imc act
Postgraduate qualifications (MD/MS/ dm/ M. Ch./ Diploma courses) u/s 11(2) of the imc act, 1956 for the qualifications which are not recognized and included in the Ist schedule to the imc act. Medical education in India
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Indian Medical Association (HQs.)Indian Medical Association (HQs.)
Telephones: +91-11-2337 0009, 2337 0250, 2337 8680, 2337 0473, 2337 0492, 2337 8424. Medical education in India
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The Interface of Technology and Medical Education in India: Current Trends and Scope. Indian Journal of Basic & Applied Medical Research; December 2011: Issue-1, Vol. 1, P. 8-12The Interface of Technology and Medical Education in India: Current Trends and Scope. Indian Journal of Basic & Applied Medical Research; December 2011: Issue-1, Vol. 1, P. 8-12
Department of Physiology, Rural Medical College, Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences. Medical education in India
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Crisis in indian medical educationCrisis in indian medical education
In my strong opinion I cannot blame the fault lies with just Medical college managements the Unethical, greedy, substandard teachers too contributed to down fall of the system of Medical education in India, Hope my voice is heard in good. Medical education in India
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Editorial forensic medicine in india : the path to resurrectionEditorial forensic medicine in india : the path to resurrection
Medical education in India
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Indian ethics code: will industry self-regulation suffice? Scrip, 19 March 2010Indian ethics code: will industry self-regulation suffice? Scrip, 19 March 2010
Mci efforts to regulate the symbiotic relationship between drug companies and physicians have brought to the fore the sticky issue of whether industry itself needs more regulation or whether self-regulation would suffice. Medical education in India
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Atcom orientationAtcom orientation
In response to this, every Medical College needs to develop the capacity to adapt to the requirements of the new guidelines. Further, to achieve this a carefully managed. Medical education in India
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Icmr\Icmr's Permanent Research Institutes agra
Medical education in India
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Jawaharlal institute of postgraduate medical education and researchJawaharlal institute of postgraduate medical education and research
An Institution of National Importance under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Medical education in India
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Paradox India 300 million unemployed / underemployed Yet there is a shortage of trained manpower? We would like to share a few thoughts regarding hr development & trainingParadox India 300 million unemployed / underemployed Yet there is a shortage of trained manpower? We would like to share a few thoughts regarding hr development & training
We would like to share a few thoughts regarding hr development & training in India with respect to, say China, the eu and the usa. Where are we now? & where we need to go from here?. Medical education in India
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Recent Developments in Indian Medical Libraries with Special Reference to pgimer (Chandigarh) and aiims (New Delhi) Raj KumarRecent Developments in Indian Medical Libraries with Special Reference to pgimer (Chandigarh) and aiims (New Delhi) Raj Kumar
Recent Developments in Indian Medical Libraries with Special Reference to pgimer. Medical education in India
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Emerging role of tele-medicine & tele-education in a medical university in a developing countryEmerging role of tele-medicine & tele-education in a medical university in a developing country
Nt. Technological innovation has broadened access to higher quality health care and education without regard to time, distance or geopolitical boundaries. Medical education in India
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Convocation Address by Dr. K. Venkatasubramanian, Member (Education & Health), Planning Commission at the 41st Annual Conference of the National Academy of Medical Sciences at Varanasi on March 23, 2002Convocation Address by Dr. K. Venkatasubramanian, Member (Education & Health), Planning Commission at the 41st Annual Conference of the National Academy of Medical Sciences at Varanasi on March 23, 2002
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