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AIIMS, New Delhi : PG Entrance Examination for July 2020 session– Validity of OBC (NCL) / EWS certificate

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AIIMS, New Delhi : In view of evolving situation related to COVID-19 outbreak and difficulty faced by applicant in getting OBC (NCL)/EWS certificate and submit date of issue in online Final Registration, competent authority has decided to make submission of date of issue as optional in ongoing online Final Registration. Valid OBC (NCL)/EWS certificate issued by competent authority between 05.04.2019 and on or before the date of examination shall be treated as valid certificate for the purpose of admission to PG courses for July 2020 session only. Candidates may please note that change of category shall not be allowed after payment of registration fee and providing any wrong information may lead to cancellation of candidature. The revised dates for conduct of the said examination will notified in due course of time through website www.aiimsexams.org. Please visit the website www.aiimsexams.org as all Important Notices/Corrigendum/ Addendum /Updates etc. will only be uploaded on the website. ASSISTANT CONTROLLER (EXAMS.)

No.F.AIIMS/Exam.Sec./4-5/(PG-JULY-20)/2020 Dated: 27.03.2020

Reference: AIIMS PG Entrance Examination for July 2020 session– regarding validity of OBC (NCL) / EWS certificate regarding

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April 27th, 2020 at 12:26 pm

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AIIMS, New Delhi : Merit List for the post of Clinical Psychologist / Psychologist

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ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, NEW DELHI EXAMINATION SECTION

This refers to note vide No.F.1-12/2018-Estt(RCT) dated 4thJune, 2019 & F.1-19/2013-Estt
(RCT) dated 25th March, 2020 received from Sr. Administrative Officer, Recruitment cell to provide the
extended / waiting list for the post of Clinical Psychologist / Psychologist at AIIMS, New Delhi after
declaring the Result Notification No. 56/2019 dated 07.5.2019.

Accordingly, Examination Section has been declared Overall Merit list of qualified candidates (to the extent of three times of the number of posts advertised in each category)against the number of vacancies mentioned in the notice published in the Newspaper dated 2nd May, 2018 (uploaded on the Institute website on 03.05.2018); corrigendum uploaded on the website; and Scheme of Examination uploaded on the website on 02.01.2019. However, this overall Merit list has been prepared and declared on the basis of the decision of the Coordination Committee held on 17.07.2018 and duly approved by the Competent Authority.

Number of post: UR-02, OBC-01, & SC-01 Total= 4

Un-Reserved Candidates

S. No. Roll No. Stage-I Marks
(Out of 200)
Interview Marks
(Out of 50)
Total
(Out of 250)
1. 198106 126.667 43.25 169.917
2. 198171 115.333 32.75 148.083
3. 198095 108.667 35.88 144.547
4. 198022 118.667 25.25 143.917
5. 198013 115.000 27.13 142.130
6. 198033 111.000 29.38 140.380

OBC (NCL)Candidates

S. No. Roll No. Stage-I Marks
(Out of 200)
Interview Marks
(Out of 50)
Total
(Out of 250)
1. 198078 114.000 30.50 144.500
2. 198164 104.000 14.63 118.630
3. 198045 97.333 21.00 118.333

S. Caste Candidates
S. No. Roll No. Stage-I Marks
(Out of 200)
Interview Marks
(Out of 50)
Total
(Out of 250)
1. 198031 83.333 25.75 109.083
IMPORTANT:-
1. This is the overall merit list of qualified candidates ( to the extent of three times of number of post advertised
in each category)those have given Online CBT mode Examination (Stage-I) on 09.03.2019 and Interview
(Stage-II) on 16.04.2019 .
2. This overall merit list (to the extent of three times of number of post advertised in each category) will be
provided to Recruitment Cell for further course of action at their end. It will be the prerogative of the
Recruitment Cell, AIIMS, New Delhi to use /not to use this overall merit list.
Sd/-
Assistant Controller (Exams)

 

F.No.AIIMS/Exam.Sec/34-86/18/Clinical Psychologist Dated: 07th April, 2020

NOTIFICATION NO. 35/2020

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April 27th, 2020 at 12:23 pm

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AIIMS, New Delhi: Status Of Final Registration For AIIMS PG (Postgraduate) Courses – July 2020 Session

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AIIMS, New Delhi: In view of the developing situation related to COVID-19 outbreak and lockdown, the status of Final Registration schedule for 14th April, 2020 stands postponed.The revised date will be notified in due course of time. Please visit the website www.aiimsexams.org as all Important Notices/Corrigendum/ Addendum /Updates etc. will only be uploaded on the website. – ASSISTANT CONTROLLER (EXAMS.).

IMPORTANT NOTICE No.29/2020 Date: 13-04-2020

For further updates, visit https://www.aiimsexams.org/

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April 27th, 2020 at 12:17 pm

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Ordinance to Amend Epidemic Act of 1897 – Too Little Too Late ?

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Too Little Too late ?

While the actions Central Government to take notice of the situation, albeit late and ensuring immediate amendments are made as feasible so that front-line warriors are able to serve the country without fear is a

It is also important note that this Govt. rejected The Health Services Personnel and Clinical Establishments (Prohibition of Violence and Damage to Property) Bill, 2019, sought to punish people who assault on-duty doctors and other healthcare professionals by imposing a jail term of up to 10 year. Now the Govt. is looking to amend more than a century old epidemic act to protect health care workers only during this crisis. What will happen after end of this pandemic? Isn’t health a priority for the nation? When will the endless assault on health workers and health care facilities end? Hasn’t COVID-19 Pandemic taught India and the word about the priorities to sustain humanity ?

Health Care, more importantly Public Health Care relies on few important aspects, Health Care Workers, Hospital with adequate facilities and trust of the public it serves. The dismal health care expenditure and lack of proper remuneration has made several doctors leave Govt. service already. Govt. Hospitals throughout the country are poorly manned, lack even basic facilities for everyday operations, forget PPE and COVID-19 care. Underfunded hospitals facing huge load of patients have alienated people due to the impossible nature of demand they meet reflected as angry patients and relatives, dates for surgeries delayed for several months. A long term sustainable change in public health care spending/planning and legislation is the way forward.

The PPE promised to health care workers has not arrived, the testing capacity has not been ramped up sufficiently and adding to this, doctors are getting assaulted and their bodies are denied the last rites. Asking doctors to step up to the challenge of handing the pandemic after mere amendment of Epidemic Act is akin to asking Noah stranded in a desert without tools to build an ark after the deluge.


Thanks and Regards,

Dr Srinivas Rajkumar T M.D
General Secretary,
RDA AIIMS 2020-2021
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

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April 22nd, 2020 at 3:39 pm

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Delhi Metro Services Shut Down

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New Delhi, In view of ongoing Corona virus pandemic, Delhi metro services are shut down to avoid individuals from coming in contacting the infection and also spreading it.

Update: 22/03/2020 – All train including metro services might be shut down till 31st March.

The official information from DMRC reads as follows,

Woking schedule on 23-03-2020

6 AM to 8 AM Service will be at a frequency of 20 minutes, only for people involved in essential services like hospitals, fire, electricity, police etc. on producing their ID card.

 8-10 AM Service will be available at a normal frequency as on regular days. During this period general public can also travel and no identification will be required at the time of entry, he said.

10 AM to 4 PM Service will not be available. However, all the trains which started at 10 AM from originating stations of all lines will continue to run till they reach their destination stations,” he said.

4-8 PM will again be available, but will cease after 8 pm onwards. However, the last train service starting at 8 PM from originating station will continue to run till it reaches its destination, he said.

Parking at the metro stations will also remain closed on Monday, the DMRC said.

“These modified metro services are applicable for this Monday only. If there is any further requirement to continue the same pattern in the larger public interest, the same shall be informed accordingly,” the DMRC said in a statement.

“The objective of this staggered metro services plan on Monday is aimed at facilitating all stakeholders with effectiveness and to promote ”social distancing” which is very much required to contain spread of coronavirus,” it said.

The number of COVID-19 cases in Delhi has mounted to 27.

On Sunday, metro services will be closed in view of the ”Janata curfew”.

In the prevalent scenario where authorities have shut malls, restaurants, major markets etc. to prevent spread of the virus, it is responsibility of metro passengers also to co-operate with DMRC and help fight coronavirus outbreak collectively, the statement said.

 

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March 22nd, 2020 at 10:50 am

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Millennials not as healthy as they think : New Report

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Millennials are at higher risk of both physical and mental illness according to a new report from TIME.

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December 24th, 2019 at 3:58 am

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Ex-AIIMS Doctor Dr.Rajiv Gupta Shot Dead in Karnal

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Karnal, Haryana: In an unfortunate incident, Dr,Rajiv Gupta Managing Director of Amritdhara Hospital was shot dead by unknown men. Read More

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July 7th, 2019 at 6:40 pm

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Reporter Anjana Om Kashyap Enters ICU – Doctors protest

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File Picture of Anjana Om Kashyap Source:Twitter

Reporting on Acute Encephalistis Syndrome(AES) in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, reporter Anajana Om Kashyap entered the ICU without the standard requirement of sterile dress and gown. She went on to ask illogical questions to the doctor and the nurse who were on duty about the lack of beds and delay in attending to the patients insted of asking the leaders who visited earlier that day. The outrageous and uncivil behavior of the journalist has invited criticism from both medical fraternity and journalist for sensationaising an issue deviating from the real cause of the event.

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June 19th, 2019 at 2:46 pm

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World Albinism Awareness Day : June 13 – 5 Things You Should Know

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What causes Albinism ?

Albinism is an inherited disease transmitted by autosomal recessive inheritance.

Can Albinism be cured ?

There is no definitive cure for albinism though the complication associated with albinism.

How common is Albinism ?

Albinism is a rare disease with a prevalence of one in 17,000.

What are the complications associated with Albinism ?

People with albinism are at increased risk of malignancies.

Does albinism spread ?

Albinism is a non contagious disease. There is no risk to contacting disease if you come in contact with one who has.

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June 13th, 2019 at 12:06 pm

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NEET 2019 : Train Delays, Exam Centre change on Short Notice Causes Inconvenience to Students

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New Delhi. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test), is conducted every year for entry into medical and dental courses in government or private medical colleges and dental colleges in India. This year the conduct of exams has been met with criticism due to last minute change in exam venues and train delays limiting students from writing the exam. Karanataka Chief Minister expressed his concern on twitter handle blaming the centre for being careless with the conduct of exam that decided the future of aspiring young students. The exam conducting authority has maintained silence on the issue.

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May 5th, 2019 at 2:53 pm

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