UG medical courses are presently looking for a delay in medical exams in Maharashtra

UG medical courses are presently looking for a delay in medical exams in Maharashtra

Understudies in the lower classes from UG medical courses are presently looking for a delay of medical exams planned to initiate on the 23rd of March. Taking into account expanding Coronavirus cases in Maharashtra and furthermore lockdown in certain districts, understudies and guardians have raised worries over the take of UG medical exams.

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MHUS officials are yet to make a choice in regards to something similar. Almost 40K understudies have registered in the lower classes of UG medical courses in Maharashtra. Guardians stated that with coronavirus cases rising each day, it would be dangerous for the students to take physical exams.

“There is additionally an ascent in Coronavirus cases in the UG medical hostels. Up until this point, the understudies have looked for delay of medical course exams as it were. Then, the final year exams initiated for the current week with more than 95 percent presence. There were demands from understudies to take online medical exams for the understudies. MUHS exam controller Ajit Pathak stated that the last year Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) understudies can begin their internships when the result numbers are out and duty in the hospital in this coronavirus pandemic for their country.

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The UG medical exams are being directed easily and that the college is yet to consider the proposition for delaying the medical exams for the lower classes. The exam controller likewise added that in light of the fact that the college figured out how to direct the PG medical exams of all exams on schedule and now the doctors are currently ready to serve the public on Coronavirus duty work.

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