Visit of Indian Ambassador to Kursk State Medical University, Russia.
The Ambassador of India to Russia H.E Pankaj Saran visited Kursk State Medical University, Russia. During the visit, he interacted with the Indian students in Medical Faculty of the University and also take a look on the Center of Innovation established in Kursk State Medical University, Russia.
11.5 lakh students registered for NEET this year
Admissions to medical and dental seats in the country is bound to get tougher in this year, with almost 11.5 lakh aspirants registering for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2017. Last year, NEET was conducted in two phases and the total number of candidates stood at 7.5 lakh. There are around 56,000 seats in medical and dental institutes across the country.
In 2016, many students ended up skipping the entrance exam because NEET called for the CBSE syllabus whereas most students were depending on state board syllabus for their state conducted entrance examinations.
NEET 2017 will be held across the country on May 7, 2017.
MCI Removes Age Gap & Attempt Limit from NEET 2017
Taking note of a suggestion given by the Supreme Court-appointed oversight committee, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has done away with all restrictions placed on candidates appearing for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).
NEET is an all-India examinations that qualifies candidates for entry into undergraduate medical schools.
In a resolution passed on Thursday, the executive committee of the MCI said restrictions such as the three-attempt limit and age ceiling of 25 years would be done away with.
The Supreme Court will take up the panel’s suggestions on March 20. Should the court accept those, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which conducts NEET, might have to rework the applications process that closed on March 1.
Applications Invited for MBBS in Russia 2017
Rus Education Invites Application for September Intake of MBBS Admissions in Top Medical Universities of Russia. Rus Education has exclusive tie-up with more than 15 Government Universities of Russian Federation.
The Medical Degree from all the associated Universities is recognized by the World Health Organization (W.H.O), and General Medical Council (G.M.C), Medical Council of India (MCI), Medical Council of major European countries, including Great Britain and France and other International medical boards.
Rus Education is the only organization authorized by Russian Centre for Science and Culture (Cultural Department of Russian Embassy) to provide direct admission for Indian students in top Russian Universities. With an experience of 25 years, Rus education is dedicated to provide quality services to students not only for their admission, but during the complete duration of their course.
Our team of experienced counselors will provide free of cost in-depth counseling on MBBS Abroad and also on complete enrollment process. Indian students can collect Free brochures and handouts detailing the universities, fees structure, our services after the initial contact with the counselors both in hard copy and soft copy as needed.
All admissions are provided on first come first serve basis. So apply soon and fly to your dream destination to achieve your goals for life.
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New criteria for NEET Exam has been introduced
Aspirants can now appear for The National-Eligibility-cum-Entrance-Test (NEET) for only three times, as new criteria for NEET Exam has been introduced. Also, aspirants’ age limit has been set in order to appear for the examination. The minimum age to appear for NEET is 17 years; the maximum age for open category students is 25 years and 30 years for the reserved category.
The candidates who have already appeared in AIPMT/ NEET on three occasions are not allowed to take this examination.
The previous attempts in AIPMT/NEET will be counted against these three permissible attempts.
This has been introduced in the examination criteria to bring down the number of older candidates competing with young aspirants.
The decision was taken at a University Grants Commission (UGC) meeting on Tuesday in Delhi.
Rus Education has organized Informative Seminars on MBBS Admission in various private and government schools in India.
Through these seminar the Expert Counselors of Rus Education disseminated the complete information about the admission procedure for MBBS course in Indian and Foreign Universities. Students are provided with free information brochures.
Students got information about all the admission procedure, study pattern, student lifestyle, and hostel life of Top Medical universities of Russia.
All the queries of students are solved successfully. And the session ended with the best wishes to students for their Board Examinations .
Rus Education is looking forward for many more seminars in the Top most schools of India.
Good News for Students pursuing MBBS in Abroad.
India is short of nearly 500,000 doctors, based on the World Health Organization (WHO) norm of 1:1,000 population.
At present, India has one doctor for every 1,681 people, according to MCI statistics.
Keeping in view the demand for Doctors in India, Students pursuing MBBS Degree in Abroad will get the permission to practice in India without appearing in MCI Screening Examination.
Applications Invited for MBBS in Russia 2017
Rus Education Invites Application for February Intake of MBBS Admissions in Kursk State Medical University, Russia.
Established in 1935, Kursk State Medical University is ranked as one of the top 10 best Russian Medical Universities.
Among its many achievements, KSMU was the first University in Russia to offer students a full Medical training program in the English language.
A Medical Degree from KSMU is recognized by the World Health Organization (W.H.O), and General Medical Council (G.M.C), Medical Council of India (MCI) of major European countries, including Great Britain and France and other International medical boards.
Rus Education Enrolled More than 2000 Students for the Academic year 2016-17
Rus Education, the leading organization authorized by Russian Centre for Science and Culture (Cultural Department of Russian Embassy) to provide direct admission for Indian students in Top Russian Government Universities has successfully enrolled more than 2000 Students for the Academic year 2016-17 in Tver State Medical University, Smolensk State Medical University, Orenburg State Medical University, Perm State Medical University & Mari State University
Rus education is dedicated to provide quality services to the students throughout the complete duration of the course.
A get-together of Indian students going to Russia for higher studies was organised by Rus Education on September 11, 2016 at Russian Centre of Science and Culture (RCSC) Delhi. More than 250 students, who got admission to different Russian universities for medical studies, along with their parents attended the event.
The Russian medical universities that the Indian students are bound to travel on admission comprised Tver State Medical University, Smolensk State Medical University Orenburg State Medical University, Volgograd State Medical University, Kazan State Medical University, Bashkir State Medical University, Perm State medical University and Mari State Medical University.
Present on the occasion, guiding the students, Ms. Elena Barman, Head of Education Department, RCSC, Dr. S.K Washim, Professor, Tver State Medical University, Dr. Dinesh Singla, President, Indian Students’ Association of Orenburg Medical University, Russia, and Mr. Syed Imranuzzaman, Director, Rus Education.
Congratulating the students, Ms. Elena Burman wished students a pleasant stay in Russia, successful studies and a brilliant medical career in future life. She also appreciated the parents for their bold and wise choice of their children’s future profession. She promised all sorts of assistance, guidance, help and cooperation from the side of Rus Education to the Indian students.
A film on Russian-Indian friendship and cooperation was screened for the benefit of parents of the Indian students. A video presentation by Rajya Sabha TV covering the BRICS Summit at Ufa, Russia was also shown on the occasion.
A major highlight of the programme was the special scholarship Badhte Kadam Scholarship, instituted in the name of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, to top 5 students.
Dr. Dinesh Singla provided minute details of how to proceed for a new entrant to a medical university. He explained airlines check-in, emigration procedures, tips on luggage, proper guidelines for travelling to Russia and movement within the country’s territory, etc. Giving some tips to make their trip as smooth as possible, he noted that the Indian students could very soon feel at home once they land in Russia.
Present on the occasion, Dr. S.K Washim, Professor Tver State Medical University, answered all the queries of parents related to payments of fees, travel dates, examination dates.
The students were presented with bags with the logo of Rus Education affixed on them and a pen drive uploaded with books of complete 6 courses.
Similar Programme was organized in Kolkata and Ahmedabad and very soon will be organized in Mumbai & Trivendurm.
Sobraniye 2016 - Ahmedabad
Sobraniye 2016- A get-together of Indian students going to Russia for higher studies was organised by Rus Education on September 10, 2016 Hotel Ramada, Ahmedabad. More than 50 students, who got admission to different Russian universities for medical studies from Gujarat, along with their parents attended the Programme.
The occasion became more gracious with the presence of Mahant Swami,Swami Narayan temple who gave their blessings to our students.
Infusing sufficient confidence and hope in the minds of parents, Dr. Dinesh Singla, President of Indian Students Association in Russia assured them that their children are in safe hands and they would bring success and glory in their future.
MBBS in pvt colleges will cost you more
It will be applicable from the upcoming academic session scheduled to start from October first week. According to a notification issued by AFRC, first year students in the MBBS course will have to pay Rs 5 to 5.72 lakh as tuition fee; the fee last year was Rs 3.75 to 4 lakh. In premier colleges, a student joining MBBS this year will end up paying at least Rs28 lakh for the four-and-a-half-year course, excluding illegal capitation fee.
According to the notification, the fee will be effective for next three years for the students who will get admission in the 2016 session. The fees may be revised in 2019 again. If a rough assumption is to be made, one will find a jump of around 100% in the last six seven years After considering proposal of private colleges AFRC has announced the revised fees structure for MBBS course students. But, few colleges that turned in private universities are yet to declare the fees they will charge this year. As private universities are regulated by Madhya Pradesh Private University Regulation Commission, the fee hike proposal of few medical colleges that turned into universities this year is yet to come out.
Across the country, private universities have started increasing the tuition fee for MBBS courses this academic year in anticipation that all states will be mandated to take up the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).Sources said that the Supreme Court's order has made it mandatory for medical colleges to admit students solely on merit.
The uneven fee hike has also resulted into anguish as students and students' union leaders on Monday went on to protest against the unfriendly move of AFRC.
MBBS fees double in Tamil Nadu, to now be Rs 2 crore
Private medical colleges and deemed universities in Tamil Nadu have increased fees for MBBS+ after the CBSE released the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) results+ on August 17. The average cost of studying at a premier college is now Rs 1.85 crore-up to Rs 1 crore as tuition fee and Rs 85 lakh as capitation fee. All private medical colleges and deemed universities are now mandated to admit students+ solely on the basis of merit. According to the new rules, students can independently apply to different colleges, but admission will be based on NEET ranks.
Yet, some colleges have discreetly told parents they will have to pay a capitation fee ranging between Rs 40 lakh and Rs 85 lakh. "I argued it should be based on merit, but the college administration says it wasn't specified in the SC order," said a parent, seeking admission for his daughter at three private universities.
While some parents don't argue with the college in the absence of a transparent merit list of admissions, many said they could not afford the annual tuition fee for the five-and-a-half year course. For instance, at Chennai-based SRM Medical College, tuition fee which was Rs 9 lakh in 2014 and Rs 10 lakh in 2015, is Rs 21 lakh this year, including Rs 2 lakh as development fee and Rs 1 lakh as curriculum fee. Tuition fee in other colleges ranges between Rs 12 lakh and Rs 18 lakh. "I have to pay at least Rs 1 crore as tuition fee. The total cost may go up by another Rs 25 lakh," said Selva Ganapathy, whose son secured more than 90 percentile in NEET. but missed a government medical college by 0.25 cut-off points.
Government Plans Exit Exam for all MBBS Students
The Government of India is planning to start an exit examination for MBBS students passing out from government and private medical colleges in India. This exit exam is expected to start from the 2017-18 academic session. This exam will be the first-ever mandatory examination for MBBS graduates which will require them to attain a minimum prescribed percentile in order to practise medicine in India. The medical undergraduates, who will be able to cross the threshold of the marks obtained in the exit test will be given the license to practise.
There is also a possibility of a few changes to the current All-India PG medical entrance examination system. The Health Ministry is planning to convert the existing All-India PG medical entrance exam into a three-in-one test which will include the MBBS exit exam. This move has been initiated by the high-powered committee headed by Niti Aayog vice-chairman Arvind Panagariya. The other members of the committee are PM's additional principal secretary P K Mishra and Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant. However, the panel has also recommended scrapping the Medical Council of India (MCI) and replacing it with a National Medical Commission (NMC). NMC is supposed to have four independent boards to manage under-graduate and post-graduate education, accreditation and rating of colleges, medical register and ethics.
According to an official, NEET has brought to end multiplicity of exams and improvement in the selection process in a free and fair process in medical admissions. After adding the exit exam and setting up of new regulator will be a great contribution in making the system more assessment-based and would provide opportunities to the deserving candidates.
According to the latest report, the commission and the four boards will have eminent doctors and experts who will be selected by a high-powered committee. This process is completely different from the existing MCI, where the members are elected. The election process has become a stumbling block as eminent doctors who could not win elections did not get a chance to participate in the working of MCI.
The main objective of introducing NMC is to regulate the medical education in the country so as to ensure that the quality meets the global standards. There will be around 19-20 members in the NMC with a complete tenure of about five years. The committee will not only include the doctors but it will also have members from other fields such as economics, law and management in a bid to infuse professionalism in the body. According to the officials, the four boards will be given autonomy and they will work on the respective field for which they are formed.
Apart from NMC, a new council is also being proposed naming Medical Advisory Council (MAC). This council will have members from states like an eminent professional such as a professor from a medical college. The members of National Medical Committee (NMC) will also be able to become members of Medical Advisory Council (MAC) and their roles will be advisory.
There are many major steps being taken by the government to place the bill for setting up National Medical Commission as soon as possible hoping that Parliament's approval will be easier because a parliamentary committee had strongly recommended revamping of the MCI, saying it had failed in its role as a regulator which had led to the downfall of India's medical education system.
Introducing such tests and committees will be an exceptional step towards the improvement in the medical education system of India.
Participation in the Counselor Magazine & Career Expo 2016 (Jammu & Srinagar).
Rus Education participated in the prestigious “Counselor Magazine & Expo 2016” in both Srinagar on 2nd & 3rd June 2016, 7th & 8th June 2016 in Jammu. This event is one of the biggest Education Fairs in J&K, where we saw India’s top most Institutions & consultants participating in the Expo like Shiv Nadar University, Sharda University etc. The feedback which we received from the students was phenomenal, as we attended more than 150 students at both places. This event also showcased J&K student’s inquisitiveness & trust towards Russian Medical Education which has always been famous in the valley.
Rus Education which is one of the premier education consultants & exclusively authorized by Russian Centre for Science & Culture to promote the Russian Education amongst Indian Citizens marked its inception in J&K through this fair.
Both Students & Parents were informed about the scope of pursuing MBBS in reputable institutions of Russia, they were also given information about the admission procedure, study pattern, student lifestyle, and Hostel life.
This event was a huge success as it was covered by all the leading Publications & Electronic Media Channels.
Rus Education is proud to be a part of “The Counselor Magazine & Career Expo 2016” & would like to thank all the students & parents for showing such great enthusiasm towards our company.