சில சமூகவிரோதிகள் மருத்துவமனையில் வன்முறையில் ஈடுபடும் போது, அதை கண்டிக்காமல், மருத்துவர்கள் மேல் குறை கூறும் வக்கிரபுத்தியும்
சில சமூகவிரோதிகள் பாலியல் வன்முறையில் ஈடுபடும் போது, அவர்களை கண்டிக்காமல், பெண்களின் உடையை குறை கூறும் வக்கிரபுத்தியும்
You have applied for MRB 6 months ago
Have written the exam in Sep 28
Have Got Selected...
Certificates have been Verified
And you are waiting for appointment order to join PHC
Some of you are preparing for TNPG 2015 in Full Force.
Others have decided to join service and do PG later. But the counselling is getting delayed. So you are frustated for two reasons
1. You are now sitting in home and doing nothing. Since you are likely to be getting a new job (in a location which you are not sure now) you cannot join any job now . . . This is just a minor concern.
2. You want to appear for TNPG 2017 as Service Candidate. So you are worried that if your appointment order gets delayed, your eligibility for TNPG 2017 is in doubt
In short, your ultimate aim is that you need to apply for TNPG as Service Candidate at the earliest
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Till 1990s, very few who got MBBS decided to opt out and go for engineering.
From 2000, the trend changed and more people who got MBBS preferred to go for Engineering and the number of people opting out from MBBS was increasing year by year
The 2008 Recession slowed this increase and demand for MBBS increased a bit...
Following the media and social media discussion of 25000 #TCSLayOff, it is expected that MBBS Admissions will be very tough this year
Even if Students prefer engineering over medicine, we expect the parents to force the students to join Medical Colleges, when he/she gets Free Seat in Govt Colleges
And in Private Sector
"Capitation Fees" for Private Colleges may go up by few lakhs
Private Engineering Colleges will have to spend more for aggressive marketing
From Wikipedia : Phillip Joel Hughes (30 November 1988 – 27 November 2014) was an Australian Test and One-Day International (ODI) cricketer who played domestic cricket for South Australia and Worcestershire. He was a left-handed opening batsman
On 25 November 2014, Hughes was knocked unconscious by a bouncer during a Sheffield Shield match at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), causing vertebral artery dissection that led to a brain hemorrhage. The Australian team doctor Peter B...rukner noted that only 100 such cases had ever been reported, of which "only one case reported as a result of a cricket ball". He was taken to St Vincent's Hospital where he underwent surgery, was placed into an induced coma and was in intensive care in a critical condition. He died two days later on 27 November, having failed to regain consciousness
(1) Philip Hughes was hit in the Left Side of Neck - Sub Occipital triangle area and not over the head as it has been widely written and spoken
(2) He did not immediately loose consciousness. But lost it after few seconds
We do not have the Scan or Autopsy Finding, But we even From this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzC0WQvO80U
we can suspect that he must have had some Vertebral Artery Anomaly and hence the following hypothesis is presented
Hypothesis : His Right Vertebral Artery had Low Flow and the Left (the side in which he was hit) was taking over the function by high Flow.
Since it was high flow, it would already have been weak / had aneurysms and even could have been a bit more tortuous (and hence a bit more longer)
For those who are doubting how one vertebral artery could be longer than the other, remember that Vertebral artery is a tortuous artery. For those who are asking why Vertebral artery is tortuous, it is because it is constantly subject to movements. Any artery, which is in an area where there is movement in more than one dimension will be tortuous eg : Coronary Arteries)
This High Flow, More Tortuous Artery is likely to be Weak and superficial too. Hence a part of the third part of this vertebral artery (V3h to be specific) must have come to lie a bit superficial in the sub occipital triangle region and hence was prone to injury. Since this was weak it was more prone to dissection following injury.
The ball had hit this sub occipital region area where there was a high flow, weak, superficial vertebral artery and the the artery got damaged and dissected
Now, Since the other side was a low flow, damage to this artery almost stopped Blood supply to the brain stem and that is the reason for brain stem dysfuction after few seconds.
Since the other side was not able to compensate the blood flow, he could not recover from the coma and died
1. Applications are invited only through online mode up to 01.12.2014 for Walk-in Selection for recruitment o the folowing posts on temporary basis in Tamil Nadu Medical Service: http://www.targetpg.in/?p=8801
AIPGMEE 2015 All India Exams From 1st to 6th December 2014. Online Registration from 29th August to 10th October 2014
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Advt. No. / Notification No. 05/2014
Name of the Post (s) with Code No. Assistant Surgeon(General-MBBS)-Code No.001Assistant Surgeon(Dental)-Code No. 002
Date of Notification 10.08.2014
Date of Closing 01.09.2014
Date of Exam 28.09.2014
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Total Seats : 2665
S.No. Name and Address of
Medical College / Medical Institution
Year of Inception of College...
Annual Intake (Seats)
Status of MCI Recognition
Date of LOP
1 Chengalpattu Medical College, Chengalpattu
1965 100 Recognized for 50 seats. Permitted for renewal of permission for increase of seats from 50 to 100 for 2013-14. (Issued Discharge notice for excess admissions over sanctioned intake.)
2 Coimbatore Medical College, Coimbatore
1966 150 Recognized
3 ESIC Medical College, Chennai
2013 100 Permitted u/s 10(A)for 2013-14. 10/07/2013
4 Government Dharmapuri Medical College, Dharmapuri
2008 100 Recognized when granted on or after February,2013
5 Government Sivgangai Medical College, Sivaganga
2012 100 Permitted for renewal of permission for the year 2013-14.
6 Government Vellore Medical College, Vellore
2005 100 Recognized
7 Govt. Thiruvannamalai Medical College, Thiruvannamalai
2013 100 Permitted u/s 10(A) for 2013-14. 10/07/2013
8 K A P Viswanathan Government Medical College, Trichy
1998 100 Recognized for 100 seats. Permitted for increase of seats from 100 to 150 u/s 10A for 2013-14 (vide notification No.37(1)/2013(One Time Permission)/Med./ 19355, dt. 8.7.2013).
9 KanyaKumari Government Medical College, Asaripallam
2003 100 Recognized
10 Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai
1960 150 Recognized for 100 seats. Permitted for renewal of permissio for increase of seats from 100 to 150 for 2013-14.
11 Madras Medical College, Chennai
1835 250 Recognized for 165 seats. Permitted for increase of seats from 165 to 250 u/s 10(A) for 2013-14.
12 Madurai Medical College, Madurai
1954 155 Recognized
13 Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College, Salem
1986 100 Recognized for 75 seats. Permitted for increase of seats from 75 to 100 u/s 10(A) for 2013-14. (Issued Discharge notice for excess admissions over sanctioned intake.)
14 Perunthurai Medical College and Institute of Road Transport, Perunthurai
1992 60 Recognized
15 Stanley Medical College, Chennai
1838 250 Recognized for 150 seats. Permitted for increase of seats from 150 to 250 u/s 10(A) for 2013-14.
16 Thanjavur Medical College,Thanjavur
1959 150 Recognized (Issued Discharge notice for excess admissions over sanctioned intake.)
17 Theni Government Medical College,Theni
2006 100 Recognized when granted on or after February,2011
18 Thiruvarur Govt. Medical College, Thiruvarur
2010 100 Permitted for renewal of permission for the year 2013-14.
19 Thoothukudi Medical College, Thoothukudi
2000 150 Recognized for 100 seats when granted on or after 15.04.2006. Permitted for increase of seats from 100 to 150 u/s 10A for 2013-14 (vide notification No.37(1)/2013(One Time Permission)/Med./ 19355, dt. 8.7.2013).
20 Tirunelveli Medical College,Tirunelveli
1965 150 Recognized (Issued Discharge notice for excess admissions over sanctioned intake.)
21 Villupuram Medical College, Villupuram
2010 100 Permitted for renewal of permission u/s 10(A) for 2013-14
A G.O. of December 30, 2010, based on which the petitioners were appointed, would indicate that for the service in hilly/remote and difficult areas additional marks would be awarded for admission to PG courses. Having completed three years of service, they had applied for PG degree/diploma courses, but were denied the additional marks. Hence, the present petition. The petitioners’ counsel, S. Thanka Sivan, said when the area in which the petitioners served had been classified as remote/difficult area, there was no justification for the authorities to ignore such service of the petitioners. Allowing the petition, Mr. Justice Rajendran said it was evident from a list of government hospitals that the place where the petitioners were serving had been classified as remote/difficult area.
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ERRATTUM TO THE MERIT LIST * Revised due to the release of TNPSC Results * PG MEDICAL COURSES 2014 – 2015 SESSION
AIPG 2014 Counselling REVISED - SCHEDULE FOR ONLINE ALL INDIA QUOTA PG COUNSELLING – 2014
For the detailed counselling schedule, please see http://www.targetpg.in/?p=8753