Digital Hub for Medical Professionals

nt Replacement Procedure help thousands of people every year regain lost mobility and live daily lives with dignity and independence, writes Dr Rajeev K Sharma, Senior Consultant, Orthopedic & Joint Replacement Surgeon, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi Delhi resident M Khanna was 77 years old when he decided to go for knee replacement procedure. Age-related osteoarthritis had damaged his knees, restricted his movement and prevented him from living a normal […]

Categories: Features, Weekly News

a circular issued to medical colleges, the MCI has made it mandatory to admit NRI students to MBBS courses only on the basis of entrance exams. Since state medical colleges do not admit NRI’s, this rule is mainly for the privately run institutions. Until now, many NRI’s were admitted based on their Class 12 results, especially in the North Indian States barring Punjab. The circular states, ‘From the Academic […]

Categories: News, Weekly News

West Bengal Health Recruitment Board (WBHRB) is recruiting Tutor/ Demonstrator in the State Medical Education Service under Health & Family Welfare, Department, Government of West Bengal The posts are temporary but are likely to become permanent in future There are 397 vacancies available The Specialties group include the following disciplines- Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Bio-Physics, Pharmacology, Pathology, Micro-biology, Community Medicine, Forensic medicine, General Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, […]

Categories: Medical Jobs, Weekly News

Jharkhand Rural Health Mission Society (JRHMS) is recruiting Specialist Medical Officers on a contractual basis There are 117 vacancies available Candidates should have the following qualifications- a) MBBS with Post Graduate Degree or Diploma from any MCI recognized Institution in Obstetrics & Gynecology/ Pediatrics/ Anesthesia/ Surgery b) Registered with any MCI recognized council c) Should be a citizen of India Eligible and interested candidates can come for a Walk-in […]

Categories: Medical Jobs, Weekly News

a significant breakthrough, scientists have successfully produced and lab tested a drug candidate to control 2 of India’s most lethal diseases- Malaria and Tuberculosis. Delhi biologists and investigators have found that the peptide molecule, M5, can reduce the load of these diseases by over 80%. Not only does the molecule restrain the entry of pathogens into our cells in case of TB and malaria but it also works against […]

Categories: News, Weekly News