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Editorial (Dr SS Agarwal, Dr K K Aggarwal)
10th May 2016
Second phase of NEET to be open for all candidates
 
Good news... The Supreme Court has made clear that students, who appeared in National Eligibility Entrance Test-I (NEET) on May 1 for admissions in MBBS and BDS courses, can re-appear in NEET-II, which is scheduled for July 24.  Court may allow states to conduct entrance exams in regional languages. 

The Supreme Court had decided to scrap All India Pre Medical test as entrance test for medical courses in the country and implement NEET instead in April. The decision was formulated acting on a proposal drafted by CBSE and Centre. As per the proposal, the first round of NEET was held on May 1, which was appeared by over six lakh students. 

The second round of exams will be held on July 24. 

The combined result is set to be declared on August 17 and the admission process will be declared by September 30.
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Lybrate Updates
 
 
A 21-year-old male from Calicut asked: For the last 1 year I am addicted to smoking, I take at least three cigarettes a day. Please suggest any solution to stop smoking.

Dr. Ashish Sakpal, Psychiatrist, replied: Smoking cigarettes daily is a behavioural pattern which if suddenly stopped may cause some degree of discomfort. It is really an...read more
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Mother's Day Celebration at the Indian Medical Association
 
New Delhi, 9 May, 2016:  Indian Medical Association (HQs.) celebrated "Mother's Day" at a special function at IMA House, New Delhi by organising educative and informative sessions for "would-be mothers" and their families.

The ceremony was attended by more than 50 women participants on the "family way" accompanied by their husbands and other relatives who were present at the venue enthusiastically since early morning. Honorary Finance Secretary, IMA, Dr R N Tandon greeted each and every participant and faculty members individually with rose buds on behalf of Indian Medical Association.
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