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AIIMS November 2012 Result

AIIMS(All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi), results of the recently(18th November) concluded MD/MS/MCh examination is scheduled to be published on 29th November.

Nishita Mohan Philip of Trivandrum Medical College, Kerala who underwent coaching at Thrissur Medical College Alumini Association(TMCAA) has secured the first rank.

Download Results:Roll No Wise | Rank Wise List

As AIIMS website historically goes down with release of result, mirror link of the rank wise list will be made available when results is published.

Share your rank in AIIMS NOV 2012 with us.

NEET PG: Supreme Court Hearing on 27th November

As the NEET PG monster is crushing unsuspecting doctors with brute force, the case goes on and on. Today there is another hearing that would change no aspect of already miserable life of doctors. After expecting judgement at every hearing by Supreme Court, this time we don’t expect a final verdict.

Update: As already predicted there was no verdict today. Next hearing will be on 6th December. NEET PG survives.

Those NEET PG aspirants with the hope that NEET PG would be scrapped/cancelled, expect Mayan philosophy to come true and not a Supreme Court judgement in your favor.

The hearing/verdict on this case just decides to what extent the pockets of private medical colleges and minority institutions will be filled.

Just ask yourself: Will Govt./MCI/MOHFW fight for you(jobless poor doctor) or cash rich medical colleges/institutes ?

Note:Case proceedings will be updated as they are available via our sources

Disclaimer: No part of this article/site can be used as an evidence to prosecute the writer/owner of website. The article maligns govt. bodies and ministry based on documented scams accomplished by them in the past.

NEET PG: Exam Pattern First Day Experience

IMPORTANT: Respect NDA. Don’t share/discuss questions from NEET PG 2012.

Amidst all controversies and cases, first session of first ever Computer Based Test(CBT) for All India Medical Post Graduation seats -NEET PG 2012 has just concluded today(23rd November 2012). Doctors appeared for the exam at 33 exam centers spread all over the country.

A review of exam pattern and difficulty

1.Exam was mostly one liners without images.

2.A complete memory based test without assertion reasoning or clinical questions similar to DNB.

3.Difficulty level – Medium

4.Insignificant number of repeats.

5.Most questions were textbook based and so simple that you may not have paid enough attention during preparation to remember them.

6.Tables and Lists are the highest yielding for exam.

Stay tuned for updates.Share your NEET PG experience in comments.

Violating NDA- Non Disclosure Agreement by recalling/sharing NEET PG questions/answers or topics asked on exam amounts to serious offense and is punishable by law.

NEET PG: Instructions for Candidates

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANDIDATES

NBE reserves the right to verify identity and genuineness of each candidate by taking thumb impression and photograph of the candidate or by any other means.

Candidates MUST bring to the test centre the following documents:
Printed copy of your Admit Card with photo attested by gazetted officer (state or central Government) attached AND
Photocopy of your Permanent or Provisional State Medical Council OR Medical Council of India registration*, to be retained by the test centre AND
Any one of the following authorised photo IDs** (must be original and non-expired):
Permanent or Provisional SMC/MCI registration certificate with photograph
PAN Card
Driving Licence
Voter ID
Passport
Aadhar Card

*Candidates outside of India who do not have SMC/MCI registration should bring your original screening test pass certificate issued on the NBE letterhead.

**The name on your photo identification must match your name as shown on your Admit Card. If your name has been changed due to events such as marriage, you must show the relevant document mentioned below at the time of the test.

Marriage Certificate
Divorce Decree
Legal Name Change Document
Electronic Gadgets such as mobiles/docupens/camera/Bluetooth devices etc are STRICTLY prohibited in the testing premises. Candidates found in possession of such electronic gadgets are liable for penal action.
Candidates must arrive 1 hour before the test is scheduled to start in order to begin the check in process. The test center gates will close 30 minutes before the test start time, no late entry is permitted after that. Early exit from the examination center is not permitted.
Candidates are advised to acquaint themselves with the location of the test center one day prior to the examination.
This admit card is subject to the condition that if ineligibility is detected at any stage, the candidature will be cancelled.
Check the particulars in the admit card carefully. Error, if any may be reported to NBE immediately in writing by Fax/e-mail.
No entry to test center is permitted without Admit Card.
Do not attempt to give/obtain irregular assistance of any kind during examination. Indulgence in the same shall invite penal action. Improper conduct will entail expulsion from exam.
Failure to comply with these instructions will entail registration of unfair means case and action as deemed appropriate by board shall be taken including but not limited to cancellation of the current examination and debarment of candidate from future exams.
For queries, contact 1800111800 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Jurisdiction for disputes if any is exclusively before competent courts at New Delhi only.

Source: Official Communication from NEET PG/NBE

NEET PG: Supreme Court Hearing on 22nd November

Supreme Court is expected to have the final(?) hearing that will decide the fate of NEET PG on 22nd November. From proposal about an year ago to implementation NEET PG is filled with inefficiency and confusion ubiquitous to any major event that happens in India be it CWG or Spectrum allotment.

Update: Our sources say there was no hearing today. There will be further hearing at a later date( 27th November). Andhra Pradesh students are asked to appear for NEET PG. Don’t believe rumors. Prepare seriously for exam. Cases and Verdicts cant stop NEET PG from happening.

The hearing on 22nd is just one day before the scheduled commencement of first ever Computer Based Test(CBT) for admission into Medical Post Graduate courses with more than one lakh students expected to appear. With lot of problems with issuing application , scheduling and re-scheduling Doctors can only hope that at least exam will be fair and well conducted.

From the inputs we have, there is no question of cancellation or postponement of NEET PG as many are speculating on online discussion forums. Supreme Court will have the final say about seats under NEET PG and not the cancellation/ postponement/ scrapping of exam.

Be realistic. Study hard. Stay tuned for updates.

NIMHANS MD Psychiatry Entrance Exam 2013-2014 Session

National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences(NIMHANS) , a Deemed University, declared as Institute of National importance has released their application for admission to MD psychiatry course 2013-2014.

Important Dates:

PG Medical, Non Medical and Diploma Courses

a. Advertisement regarding admission 31st October 2012

b. Applications available online from 15th November 2012

c. Applications available online for final submission upto 14th December 2012

d. Last date for receipt of Application abstract by post/courier 19th December 2012

e. Date of ONLINE entrance test 24th February 2013

f. Date of counseling & Interview 11th and 12th March 2013

g. Commencement of courses 2nd May 2013

h. Last date for admission 9th May 2013

Links: Apply Online | Download Prospectus

PGI Chandigarh Re-Exam on 8th December

PGIMER, Chandigarh has finally made the official announcement that re-exam will be conducted for admission into MD/MS courses – Jan 2013 session. The exam will be conducted on 8th December as PGI wants to avoid disputes regarding candidature.

The announcement mentions that the entrance exam is provisional in bold. It is strongly worded and this time girls are not permitted to wear ornaments like ear , nose rings , studs etc.

Source: Official Website – PGI

AIIMS November 2012 Recall Questions & Answers

AIIMS MD/MS entrance exam held on 18th November. Once 200 Questions and answers are recalled, PDF will be released.

Update: Subjectwise compilation at end of page. Please contribute.

1. most common organism causing neonatal sepsis???
a staph albus
b e coli

2. Tumor marker of glioma – cd113

3. Blue white stain on uv light – semen

4. M.C. complication of long term HAART
– optic neuritis
5. rpt on bacteriodes fragilis

6. Organism in which endotoxin is not involved in pathophysiology – vibrio cholera

7. Epidemic cause of pneumonia spread by aerosol- legionella

8. Sub Himalayan resident with multiple ulcers in lower limb – sporothrix

9. True about bacillus anthrax –mcfaydean reaction (rpt)

10. Child presents with seizures, hypopigmented macule, subnormal iq-tuberous sclerosis (rpt)

11. Preterm babies with PDA, true A/E – apnea/narrow pulse pressure

12. All cause acute anal pain A/E- (ans)anal fistula, (other options)
thrombosed external hemorrhoids,perianal abcess, fissure in ano

13. Not helpful in diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy – beta HCG estimation

14. Child a fussy eater, mother decides to reward child with chocolate
everytime he finishes his meal – operant condition (indirect rpt)

15. Treatment of choice for ca cx 3B-concurrent chemoradiotherapy

16. Total birth 4050 with still birth 50 and neonatal birth 200 NMR 50-rpt

17. Child with hypoglycemia unable utilize glucose from glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis- G6phosphatase defy

18. Not a second messenger-guanyl cyclase (rpt)

19. Old male with history of loss of consciousness and hence injured
himself, on waking pt with both shoulders adducted internally rotated-B/l posterior dislocation

20. Amphoterecin B therapy with hypokalemia K+=2.3meq- supplement with 40meq over 24 hours?

21. Blood supply to sternomastoid A/E-post auricular (rpt)

22. type1 rta A/E – daily hco3 supplementation >4mmol (aipg 2012 rpt)
23. not used in erectile dysfunction – phenylephrine (rpt)
24. Diabetic with clinical picture of mucormycosis, DOC- amphotericin B (rpt)
25. rho kinase inhi bitor – fasudil (dnb rpt)
26. COL4A5 mutation – alport syndrome (rpt)
27. Infant with respiratory distress was intubated, the fastest and accurate test to confirme intubation is – normal capnography
28. anaesthestic drug to be given for the total body weight rather than ideal body weight- atracurium
29. child presented with volvulus, small intestinal lesion incised, path evaluation revealed presence of what tumor in lesion – lymphoma
30. Causes of calcification of pinna A/E – gout
31. Patient develops urticaria following hot bath and sun exposure – cholinergic utricaria (rpt)
32. ciliary muscle derivative – neural ectoderm
33. True of post tonsillectomy grisels syndrome A/E- neurosurgeon consultation not required
34. Third window effect- superior semicircular canal dehiscence
35. stereotactic radiotherapy – brain tumor/lung tumour (rpt aims)
36. All seen in syringomyelia except – hypertrophy of adductor pollicis
37. 70yo lady on long term alendronate treatment for severe osteoporosis comes with hip and thigh pain, IOC – Xray
38. Drug contraindicated in glaucoma with systemic beta blocker – brimonidine
39. 70yr old retired military man with bitemporal headache that reduced on bitemporal massage and lying down for weeks, due to – chronic tension type headache
40. True about NPCDCS – subcentre has facility for DM and HTN diagnosis and treatment
41. Patient with ICD misplacement, IOC – chest Xray
42. Fixed dilated pupil with Iris Atrophy and Secondary glaucoma – ?
43. Rashtriya Bima Suraksha Yojna – applies to BPL only
44. HIV Sentinel Surveilance to asses – apt use of management resources
45. All true except about RTA – >4mg/d of sodium bicarb (rpt)
46. True about Prions – long incubation period
47. True except about Bfragilis – seen in shock commonly (rpt)
48.
49. screening for hearing in neonates- Otoacoustic Emission
50. Absolute requirement for cochlear implant – presence of auditory nerve
51. knowledge of illness in MMSE – insight
52. Frontotemporal dementia A/E- insight present
53. Treatment advice for patient with recurrent stone A/E –calcium restriction (rpt)
54. structures cut during vasectomy A/E – ilioinguinal nerve
55. EEG monitoring during anaesthesia helps in assessing – depth of anesthesia (rpt)
56. EEG figure-absence seizures (rpt without image)
57. M/C cause of neonatal sepsis- Group Beta streptococcus or E.coli (indirect repeat)
58. DOC for ESBL E. coli – piperacillin
59. Malignancy with B/l proptosis is the commonest presentation of – Leukemia
60. lateral force on knee causing valgus deformity – ? Medial collateral
61. Fixative used in Electron Microscopy – glutaraldehyde (DNB rpt)
62. Double base smokeless powder- nitroglycerin, nitrocellulose
63. Rt axis deviation seen in – tall and thin individual
64. End diastolic volume increases – increase in negative intrathoracic pressure
65. True about testis – gubernaculums attached to caudal end
66. Child intubated and after 2 mins bellows collapse, next step – ?
67. 14 yr old boy unable ot get good grades, was assessed and deemed smart and intelligent, best to diagnose his problem – specific learning disability test
68. Ligament connecting menisci – coronary ligament
69. Self Stimulation of Brain – median forebrain bundle
70. 14 y/o female presents with normal breast and hair, with absent uterus and vagina but normal ovaries – Mullerian Agenesis (rpt)
71. Young man with asymptomatic macules over trunk, erythematous painless lesion over glans, generalized lymphadenopathy, TOC – Benzathine penicillin (rpt)
72. Child with precocious puberty and uncontrollable laughter – hypothalamic hemartoma
73. M.C complication following lens extraction in PHPV – retinal detachment
74. Follow up for recurrence of Prostatic Cancer in elderly – PSA (rpt)
75. Postmortem estimation of gestational age of fetus 2cm in length and 10 gram in weight – 6 weeks (indirect rpt)
76. Site of extravasation of urine in rupture of urethra above deep perineal pouch – true pelvis (indirect rpt)
77. Forced inversion of plantar flexed foot causes damage to which ligament – ?
78. Atrophy of hypothenar muscle with numbness of little and ring finger lesion in – ?
79. CD 95 marker of – extrinsic apoptosis pathway
80. B/L proximal clamping of carotid bodies – increase in vasomotor centre (indirect rpt)
81. Blink reflex – midbrain lesion
82. Kinemyograph –
83. Liver enzyme dephosphorlated to phosphorylated form true is – seen in fasting state than fed state
84. Ocular manifestation of trisomy 13- B/L microphthlmia
85. Blood supply to muscle is increased by all except – increased blood pressure
86. Property not shared by t cell and b cell- antigen presenting site (indirect rpt)
87. Female with 2 month amenorrhoea,with sudden abdominal pain with adnexal mass, upt positive – ectopic pregnancy
88. Nerve root of long thoracic nerve of bell-c567
89. Silverman scoring – 4 (rpt )
90. Ovulation common on rt side A/E – right handedness (rpt)
91. Asssult without intent to kill – Cr PC351
92. choking seen in – shotgun
93. Penicillin g – Rat bite fever
94. Indication for laser uvulopalatoplasty – snoring (old rpt)
95. lady with RA with sudden quadriperesis with increased tone with exaggerated reflex, no bladder/bowel involvement Investigation to be done – MRI of Brain
96. Child with tibia swelling, elevated ESR and periosteal reaction, Investigation – MRI
97. Cholinimimetics not used in – bradycardia
98. Multigravida with previous 2 normal pregnancy now with unstable lie – placenta previa
99. Trial of labour c/I after previous caeserian section – if previous CS is for CPD (rpt)
100. BI-RADS – breast imaging reporting and data system
101. RCT to asses dating in adolescents, random school chosen, random class choses, random students chosen method of sampling – multistage sampling/stratified sampling
102. Lesion in bullous skin lesion with ,oral ulceration – ?suprabasal
103. Chronic high dose alcoholic now acheieves the same effect with lower quantity of alcohol – reverse tolerance
104. What percentage of disability in an individual with V/A 4/6 – 75%
105. Recurrent amoebic abscess drained thrice, now with empty cavity given luminal amoebicide, plan of follow up – USG or CT monthly with Stool Test weekly
106. RHO kinase inhibitor – fasudil (dnb rpt)
107. Antiepileptic of choice in infant with refractory epilepsy at 6hr and 10hr – phenobarbitone
108. Most common cause of neonatal mortality in India – ?
109. Child can say her name, knows her sex and can dress under supervision – ?4yrs
110. DOC for premenstrual syndrome – SSRI (rpt)
111. Not a second generation antihistaminic – cyclizine and fexofenadine
112. Double base smokeless gun powder contains – nitrocellulose and nitroglycerine
113. Lymphoma marker – Common leukocyte antigen
114. 24 y/o male with CKD with positive family history of dead brother with similar CKD and lenticonous – Alport’s Syndrome
115. Structure that doesn’t develop in mesentry of stomach – kidney (rpt)
116. Gait apraxia due to involvement of which artery – MCA
117. Denis classification involves – three column
118. Mechanism of action of intratympanic gentamycin – disruption of sodium and calcium channel
119. Principle of MRCP –
120. Population of yearly patients with cervical cancer based on present incidence – ?1 million
121. Bispectral imagine to monitor depth of anaesthesia (indirect rpt)
122. Lady presents with painful palpable lump, next test – USG
123. Rt hypochondrial pain with elevated diaphragm on xra, A/E – acute cholecystitis
124. Gas ideal for analgesia – Nitrous Oxide
125. Gravid female at 37 weeks gestation comes with visual disturbance, headache and elevated BP, TOC – start antihypertensive, magnesium sulphate and terminate pregnancy
126. Viriable tonometer used in – ?
127. No nerve regeneration occurs in spinal cord due to – ?glial scarring/no endoneural tube
128. Lady with multiple facial abrasion with broken teeth – grievous injury (rpt)
129. GDP expenditure on healthsector in India – 1.4%
130. Biliary obstruction following infected fish consumption – Clonorchis sinensis
131. Child with skin tumour with blistering of skin on exposure to light is due to what genetic anomaly – ?
132. Millenium Development Goals – two/thirds of under 5 mortality rate
133. Reversal of shunt not possible in natural progression of which – TOF
134. Patient on Amphotericin B with hypokalemia of 2.5mEQ/l, potassium supplement at rate of – 40meq/l in 24hrs
135. Enzymes present in CSF examination – CK and LDH
136. In insomnia sleep accurately assessed by – actigraphy
137. All seen in polymyositis except – ophthalmoplegia
138. Cholimimmetics not used in – bradycardia
139. Roll back malaria A/E – ? develop new insecticide/insecticide nets
140. Flow cytometry done in – polycythemia
141. A pt with surgical obstructive jaundice can be evaluated by USG A/E – peritoneal deposits
142. Nerve doesn’t supply gluteus region – sciatica
143. Contraindicated in corneal ulcer – flurometholone
144. Nanotechnology application in medicine, A/E – ?
145. Transition from infectious diseases to manmade and non communicable disease – epidemiological transition
146. Lady with scant vaginal discharge, foul smelling with no cells, syndromic management is – metronidazole and fluconazole (rpt)
147. Curve with mean > mode – right positive skew (rpt)
148. Mass prophylaxis not done in – scabies (rpt)
149. Which is not seen in megaloblastic anaemia – raised bilirubin
150. Population of 10lakh with 30% under 16yrs, with prevalence of blindness 0.8 per 1000 in that age group, population affected – 240
151. Leukemic patient with dry tap and myelofibrosis – megakaryocytic leukemia
152. Corrective surgery adviced in child with rickets when – serum phosphate is normal
153. True about tetanus toxoid A/E – ?passed from mother to foetus/useless in a pt with no past history of immunization with trauma
154. Similar to T and B cell A/E – antigen presenting site
155. With absence of brain involvement, CNS directed treatment is not required in – ?burkitt’s
156. Cognitive impairment due to aging due to – homocysteine (aipg rpt)
157. Population 5000 with myopic prevalence of 500. New cases of 90, incidence is – 1.8% (don’t remember the question values but answer is correct)
158. Child with mass in upperhumerus with cortical thinning and periosteal reaction, toc A/E – bone radiotherapy
159. Patient with first metatarsophal jt involvement with CKD – RA
160. Least likely to occur in uterine leiomyoma – fatty degeneration
161. Seen in ARDS – airbronchogram on Xray (rpt)
162. Actual body wt instead of ideal body wt preferred in – atracurarium
163. Modified allen test – at wrist (rpt)
164. Causative agent of SARS – coronavirus (rpt)
165. One parent with balanced translocation of 15/21, advice given – ?adoption
166. Age for trachoma screening – 1 to 9 yrs
167. Pseudosulcus seen in – laryngopharyngeal reflux
168. Sternomastoid muscle supplied by A/E – Post auricular (rpt)
169. Ionizing radiation affects which cell cycle – M phase
170. Lady with progressive loss of vision with photopic vision – Stargradts Disease
171. ASS grade of patient with controlled HTN – ASA 2
172. Radiographical diagnosis of intestinal obstruction – small bowel dilatation of more than 3cm
173. Protozoa that affects the eye – toxoplasma
174. A/E true about Lidocaine – most cardiotoxic lethal antiarrhythmic
175. Seen in Burger’s Disease – neural involvement present (indirect rpt)
176. Pathogenesis of Raynaud’s phenomenon – ?
177. Associated with membrane raft – GPI anchored protein
178. Next investigation in generalized lymphadenopathy with 70%lymphocytes and TLC 20,000 – peripheral blood cytological analysis
179. Seen in pregnancy with heart disease – systemic hypotension
180. True A/E – retinoids affect vitamin E metabolism
181. Child with Hb 3.4g% with history of transufion 3months back, with microcytic hypochoromic cells with target cells and erythroid expansion changes in bone – beta thalassemia major
182. In HIV pregnancy true A/E – forceps preferred to vacuum delivery
183. Difficulty in dorsiflexion of distal phalanx if index finger, mngmt is- splint
184. Fixed number of vertebral column found in – thoracic
185. Stain used in sebaceous cell carcinoma of eye lid – Oil Red O stain
186. Patient with increased serum cysteine, with multiple renal stones, treatment plan A/E – penicillamine
187. True A/E – ?Dopamine affective vasodilation (cant remember)
188. IOC for lady with dysmenorrhoea with cyclical pain and infertility – diagnostic laparascopy (rpt)
189. Hyperacute transplant rejection due to – preformed antibodies in recipient
190. Epiglottis derived from – fourth arch
191. Comparative chromosomal analysis of normal cell genetics with neoplastic cell – comparative genomic hybridization
192. Patient with heroin addiction comes with pinpoint pupin and coma, doc – IV Naloxone

Post your queries in comments.

PGI Chandigarh MD/MS Entrance Exam Cancelled

Finally it’s official that PGI Chandigarh entrance exam for admission into MD/MS courses held on 10th November has been cancelled.

More than 7,000 candidates who applied for exam will have to appear again. The date for re-exam is yet to be announced.

It is likely that the re-exam will be on 2n week of December. The official announcement is yet to be made.

News via Hindustan Times , Chandigarh.

NEET PG: Greater Noida Test Centre Clarification

There is a change in venue for candidates who opted for Greater Noida test centre.

Here is the official notification from NBE regarding the same.

National Board of Examinations
(NEET PG)

Dated : November 8th, 2012

Subject : Change of Test Centre – For Greater Noida
Candidates registered for NEET PG at Accurate Institute of Management and Technology, Greater Noida may note that, their test will be conducted at G L Bajaj, Institute of Management & Research, Greater Noida, U.P.
The test date, session and timing of these candidates remains unchanged i.e. these candidates will take their test at original test date and time.
Intimation is being sent to these candidates on their registered email ID & telephonically.
The guide map of G L Bajaj Institute of Management & Research, Greater Noida, U.P. can be seen at website www.nbe.gov.in/neetpg under the link Test Centre and Location Map.

Original Test Centre

Accurate Institute of Management
and Technology
49, Knowledge Park – III,
Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201308.

New Test Centre

G L Bajaj Institute of Management
and Research
Plot No.2, Knowledge Park III,
District GB Nagar, Greater Noida,
Uttar Pradesh – 201 306

Test Day & Time No Change

Please read the test day documentary requirement at NEET PG website.

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