Cabinet Approves Establishment Of 24 Medical Colleges

The Cabinet also gave approval for increase of 10,000 MBBS seats by 2020-21 and 8058 PG seats by 2020-21. NEW DELHI:  The Union Cabinet yesterday gave approval for establishment of 24 additional Government Medical Colleges attached with existing district/referral hospitals by 2021-22. These additional medical colleges will come up in identified underserved areas in the country. In addition to that, the Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved continuation and completion of scheme for setting up of 112 Auxiliary Nursing and Midwifery Schools (ANM) and 136 General Nursing Midwifery…

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FYJC merit list 2017: Marginal rise in cut-offs of top Pune colleges

IN THE first merit list released on Tuesday, two colleges tied for the top position with 483 marks. Both, City Pride Junior College (CPJC) and Late Apte Prashala posted the highest cut-offs, at 96.6 per cent, in the aided English medium category. The list, under the Centralised Admission Process, was earlier supposed to be released on Monday. While the percentage for the CPJC has fallen from 97.4 per cent last year, Prashala has upped its scores by five marks this year. Overall, cut-off marks for admission to Class XI in…

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Mumbai: Management colleges take Tata-Mistry fallout as topic of case study

MANAGEMENT COLLEGES in the city have taken up the recent Tata-Mistry fallout as a case study to engage students taking courses such as organisational behaviour and strategic management. After the board of Tata Sons, the country’s largest conglomerate, removed former managing director Cyrus Mistry from his post, the move has become subject of classroom discussions in in B-schools.S P Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai has introduced a month-long case study on the episode as part of its organisational behaviour subject. According to the institute, these factors can have…

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