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JAKBOPEE: MD/MS/PG DIPLOMA Entrance Test-2016 Answer Key

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MD/MS/PG Diploma and MDS Entrance Test-2016 Admit Cards are available for download
Exam Centre: GGM Science College, (Jammu centre)
Date of Examination 28th February (Sunday), 2016
Timings of Examination
Morning Session : 10:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
Afternoon Session : 01:30 A.M. to 04:00 P.M.
Candidate Identification/Photo ID Proof: The candidates are required to affix recent passport size photograph attested by Gaz officer on Electronic Admit Card downloaded by them from the official website of the BOPEE and they should carry with them any one of the below mentioned Photo ID Proofs in original positively for their identification: Election ID Card/Adhar Card, Pan Card, Driving License, Photo ID issued by concerned College, Passport.

The candidates are informed that the keys of the Question papers will be uploaded on the BOPEE’S website on 28thFebruary at around 7 p.m. and they can make representation(s), if any, on the prescribed format available on the official website of the BOPEE, against any question within three days (i.e. 29th Feb., 1st & 2nd March) up to 4 p.m. with a documentary proof based on standard Text Books only, no other proof will be accepted

MD/MS/PG Diploma and MDS Entrance Test-2016 Admit Cards

MD/MS/PG Diploma and MDS Entrance Test-2016 Admit Cards will be available for download from 24th of Feb, 2016 onwards

Date  of  Examination 28th February  (Sunday),  2016
Timings  of  Examination
Morning  Session : 10:00  A.M.   to  12:30  P.M.
Afternoon  Session : 01:30  A.M.    to  04:00  P.M.
Candidate  Identification/Photo  ID  Proof: The  candidates  are  required  to  affix  recent  passport  size  photograph  on  Electronic  Admit Card  downloaded  by  them  from  the  official  website  of  the  BOPEE  and  they  should  carry  with  them any one  of  the  below  mentioned  Photo  ID  Proofs  in  original  positively  for  their  identification: Election  ID  Card/Adhar  Card,  Pan  Card,  Driving  License,  Photo  ID  issued  by  concerned College,  Passport.

The candidates are informed that the keys of the Question papers will be uploaded on the BOPEE’S website on 28thFebruary at around 7 p.m. and they can make representation(s), if any, on the prescribed format available on the official website of the BOPEE, against any question within three days (i.e. 29th Feb., 1st & 2nd March) up to 4 p.m. with a documentary proof based on standard Text Books only, no other proof will be accepted.

2015 American Heart Association Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC

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Tribune: Docs lacking, nurses to fill gap in villages

New courses approved by Union health ministry for Bsc Nursing /GNM graduates.

1. “Nurse Practitioner Critical Care”
2. “Nurse Practitioner Primary”

New Delhi, February 14:
Nowhere near finalising the much-awaited move of mandatory rural posting for MBBS doctors, the government has decided to create a specialist nurses cadre to fill health service delivery gaps in villages.
The Union Health Ministry has finalised two new special courses which practising and future nurses can take in order to improve career prospects in both primary healthcare and critical health service delivery.
The two-year courses are expected to be rolled out from this September when the fresh academic session for nursing courses begins.
The first course, “Nurse Practitioner Critical Care”, has already been approved by the Health Secretary and will be available to BSc Nursing graduates and GNMs (General Nursing and Midwifery) course holders from September.
“This new PG course will equip nurses with skills needed to work in critical healthcare situations. The course approved by the Indian Nursing Council will prepare takers in 12 critical care sectors. The framework has been approved and is ready to be rolled out this year. The course will fill existing gaps in ICU and CCU delivery sectors, besides giving nurses new career and income opportunities," a Health Ministry official said.
The second course, “Nurse Practitioner Primary”, is in final stages of approval and will prepare nurses to offer preventive and promotive healthcare at the level of sub centres and primary health centres where doctors are not available. "BSc Nursing graduates and GNMs can take this course and help us fill doctor shortages immediately. They will be trained in preventive and other early diagnosis and management areas so as to use the existing pool of skilled nurses to widen healthcare service delivery base in rural areas," an official said.
At present, the country has around 7.5 lakh registered MBBS doctors as against 26 lakh nurses. “The solution to rural postings is placing trained and highly skilled nurses where there are gaps. We will soon be writing to all state governments about the availability of these two new nursing courses for states to offer the same through government colleges. To start with, we will offer these courses in all Union Government institutions. Private colleges will be free to offer these courses once they are notified after final approvals," a government official said. The government has long been struggling with mandating rural posting for MBBS doctors, a move the Indian Medical Association is resisting.

AIIMS PG/POST DOCTORAL COURSES ENTRANCE EXAM SESSION JULY 2016


MCI recommendation: Health Ministry clears common test for admission to UG & PG medical courses



Proposed amendment to empower MCI to hold exam for pvt colleges, states, minority institutes.
In a significant move, Union Health Minister J P Nadda has approved the Medical Council of India’s recommendation for an amendment to the Indian Medical Council (IMC) Act that will empower it to hold a nationwide common medical entrance test.

The health ministry has prepared a draft cabinet note to be circulated among the ministries.

The proposed amendment will pave the way for a one-country, one-medical entrance plan, for both undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses in all colleges, including private colleges and deemed universities.

The MCI has told the government that it could either notify an existing examination, like the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT), as the common test or notify a new one.

The IMC Act governs the functioning of the MCI, which is the medical education regulator. Under the current Act, its role is limited to finalising the medical curriculum, while the states and individual colleges can devise their own admission procedures.

JK Govt: Guv approves ‘self attestation policy’

JAMMU, Feb 4:  Governor NN Vohra today approved newpolicy of "self attestation documents'' by the people includingyouths applying for Government jobs and all other purposes.Earlier, the people had to get the documents attested from theGazetted officers.Official sources said that the new policy on "self attestationdocuments'' was approved today.It may be mentioned here that Prime Minister Narendra Modisoon after taking over the reign of affairs had taken the major deci-sion in favour of unemployed youth and other people under whichthey could themselves attest and certify their documents for anypurpose.

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JKPSC: NOTIFICATION INVITING ONLINE APPLICATION FOR THE POSTS OF CONSULTANT IN HEALTH & MEDICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

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JKPSC: NOTIFICATION INVITING ONLINE APPLICATION FOR THE POSTS OF MEDICAL OFFICER (AYURVEDIC) IN HEALTH & MEDICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

NBE FET 2016 Admission session – Result cum Merit List declared

Result cum Merit list of applicant candidates for NBE FET (Fellowship Entrance Test) conducted by NBE on January 17, 2016 has been declared. Click here for NBE FET 2016 Admission session Result

One Rank One Pension (OROP) implementation tables issued

The Government of India had taken the historic decision to implement OROP in November, 2015. This fulfilled the long standing demand of the Defence Forces personnel after 42 years and benefited over 18 lakh ex-servicemen and war widows. In pursuance of the order issued on 07/11/2015, detailed instructions alongwith OROP Tables have been issued today.

The annual recurring financial implication on account of implementation of OROP at the current rate will be approximately Rs. 7500 crore.
• The arrears from 01/07/2014 to 31/12/2015 would be approximately Rs. 10,900 crore.
• 86 percent of the total expenditure on account of OROP will benefit the JCOs/ORs.
Payment of arrears and revision of pension under OROP is to be made by the Pension Disbursing Authorities in four installments, except for family pensioners and pensioners in receipt of gallantry awards who will be paid arrears in one installment.
• The total increase in the Defence Budget for pensions is estimated to go up from Rs. 54,000 crore (BE 2015-16) to around Rs. 65,000 crore (proposed BE 2016-17), thereby increasing the Defence Pension Outlay by about 20 percent.

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