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By Ramesh Vinayak; Stephen David CHRISTIAN MEDICAL COLLEGE, LUDHIANA AND VELLORE: Healing hands "Care and commitment since 1894 ".
By Annie Freeda Cruez KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian students at India's Manipal University may get a lifeline if recognition for the university's degrees is withdrawn.
By Faizan Ahmad PATNA: In a major jolt to the Bihar government move to bring in higher education reforms, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has turned down a proposal to increase seats in the MBBS course in the six medical colleges of the state.
INTERNATIONAL Medical School (IMS) is the Management and Science University's (MSU) first international offshore branch campus and the seventh school under the MSU flagship of faculties, schools and centres of learning. The IMS is a unique regional collaborative effort between MSU and M.S.
By Jeanine Kendle WADSWORTH -- Eight new members have joined the medical staff at Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital. They are Mehrdad Asgeri, M.D.; Babiker O. Eltayeb, M.D.; John F. Jacobs, M.D.; Christine I. Lee, D.O.; Melanie L. Leu, M.D.; Asha L. Patnaik, M.D.; Karl D. Schwarze, M.D.; Rose M.
By Faizan Ahmad PATNA: Bihar's plan to open three new medical colleges has been in limbo. Reason: the state government bypassed the criteria for the same and ignored even the Medical Council of India (MCI).
NEW DELHI: On the fourth day of their stir, striking resident doctors of Lok Nayak Hospital got some support from the faculty association of Maulana Azad Medical College which wrote to principal secretary, (health), stating that the demands of the doctors were justified.
THE setting up of the International Medical School (IMS) in Bangalore, India, illustrates Management and Science University's (MSU) commitment in offering critical and relevant programmes of study, particularly in health and medical sciences.
By Kamil Zaheer NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Patients in many hospitals in India went without treatment on Monday as services were disrupted by a protest by doctors and medical students against a government plan to raise college quotas for the disadvantaged.
By Kamil Zaheer NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Services in scores of hospitals across India were disrupted on Monday as thousands of doctors and medical students launched fresh protests against a government move to reserve more places in colleges for the disadvantaged.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.