The CBSE has informed the Supreme Court that only one set of question paper would be set for students taking the NEET for admission in MBBS and BDS courses from 2018.
Arjun Ram Meghwal said Narendra Modi may not have an MBBS degree but he certainly is the "best doctor" to treat the illnesses that plague the country.
Medical reforms in India, part-II: NMC Bill legalises quacks; ill-trained AYUSH doctors will further compromise rural healthcare
The proposed six-month bridge course in the NMC Bill, allowing AYUSH and homeopathy practitioners to prescribe modern medicines, is a devious attempt to propagate its nationalistic propaganda
Medical reforms in India, Part-1: NMC Bill awards quantity over quality, fails to address corruption that plagued MCI
The National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill 2017 does not address the corruption that plagued MCI. Are we to believe that non-doctors will be less corrupt than the earlier corrupt MCI mandarins?
Maharashtra govt to implement rural service bond for doctors retrospectively, says medical education minister
Maharashtra government is planning to retrospectively implement the mandatory rural service bond for MBBS students who took admission to the course in 2010
The Supreme Court has taken note of a surge in "last minute" litigations related to admissions in medical colleges and decided to lay down "deterrent measures" to avoid it.
The Madras High Court on Tuesday asked the state government what steps it has taken to check the anti-NEET protests and whether any organisation was instigating the students.
The Medical Council of India has quashed admission of students to first year MBBS course in deemed universities and private medical colleges in Puducherry.
Anitha suicide: Protests in Tamil Nadu continue for third day as students resort to road and rail blockade
Protests continued in Tamil Nadu for the third day on Monday against the suicide of a Dalit medical aspirant and anti-NEET court petitioner, with students hitting the streets against the Central and State governments
Hitting out at the Modi government over the suicide of a Dalit medical aspirant in Tamil Nadu, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury Saturday sought to know how was the Centre planning to "impose" NEET examinations without taking states on board
The Supreme Court has quashed the Centre's decision debarring a Karnataka-based medical college from admitting students in the MBBS course in academic years 2017-18 and 2018-19.
DMK working president MK Stalin said the introduction of NEET had "betrayed" thousands of rural students who had aspired to join medical courses
Supreme Court put on hold till 22 August, the counselling for admissions for MBBS and BDS seats in Tamil Nadu, and asked MCI and the state government to find a "balanced" solution to deal with the interests of state board students and those who cleared NEET
Kashmir terror funding case: NIA probes separatist leaders' role in funding youths' training in Pakistan
NIA is probing allegations that separatists leaders were receiving funds from Pakistan and were using the money to fuel unrest in the Valley.
The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) announced the second allotment list based on NEET 2017 rank for All India Quota seats on Tuesday.
MCI rejected Puducherry chief minister V Narayanasamy's request for postponing the counselling dates for admission of students under management quota to three private colleges, said Kiran Bedi.
A student from Punjab's Muktsar town has topped in the NEET entrance examination for admission to medical colleges.
The CBSE is likely to announce the results of the NEET 2017 on 20 June, reports have said. The exam was held on 7 May.
The CBI has started investigating complaints of cheating by candidates at an AIIMS MBBS entrance exam centre and carried out raids at a few places across the country, sources at the medical institute said on Thursday.
AIIMS declared results of its MBBS online entrance test on Thursday, after a government panel rejected allegations of question paper leak