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Saturday, December 29, 2007

I.K. Hospital, Alipur 60 kms from Bangalore

I.K. Hospital, Alipur 60 kms from Bangalore (near to Bangalore International Airport) requires:

1. Residential Female M.D. (Obstetrics & Gynecology), D.G.O. (Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynecology) - Female Only - 1
2. Residential Female General Physician (preferably M.D) Female Only - 1
3. Residential Female Duty Doctors (M.B.B.S) - 3

Independent accommodations provided with modern amenities.
Attractive salary and incentives.
Doctors from all over India are invited to forward your resumes.

Please mail your updated resumes to the President at

Friday, December 28, 2007

Conference by CIISR Health Care

You can cut energy cost by 30 % at hospital. Attend Energy Management Conference by CIISR Health Care Committee on Jan 23 at Coimbatore. Contact Mrs.Vani 98428 43237

(This is an SMS we received. Posted for inormation. We are not affiliated with this concern)

Friday, December 14, 2007

Job Opportunities for a female MBBS graduate

Job Title: Clinical Research Physician

Location: Public Health Research Institute, Mysore, India

Salary: Competitive salary; opportunity for growth

Job Description:


Excellent opportunity for a female physician interested in reproductive health research. The successful candidate will work in several projects funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Indian Council for Medical Research and private foundations. The position includes opportunity for international travel, additional training in management. Recent MBBS graduates will be trained for project positions. Position will entail travel in and around Mysore District.


Public Health Research Institute, Room 16A, CSI Holdsworth Memorial Hospital,
Mandi Mohalla, Mysore-570021, Karnataka, India.


Candidates must have a recent MBBS and a strong interest in research and reproductive health.

Key requirements:
• Only female physicians with MBBS degree need apply
• Fluency in English and Kannada
• Willingness to work for a minimum of two years
• Strong interest in reproductive health
• Results focus
• Strong interpersonal/project management/team working abilities

Additional skills
• Analytical skills
• Planning and organization skills
• Good written and verbal communication
• Ability to read and write Kannada
• Computer skills

Contact Information: Please forward a recent CV to Dr. Varalakshmi Chandrasekaran at or call +91 9740394334.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

India's medical education now at par with US


The United States has said that India's recognition system for under-graduate medical courses is at par with theirs, an achievement that could facilitate mobility of doctors from New Delhi to the United States.

National Committee on Accreditation in the US, the apex body responsible for foreign accreditation, has granted parity to the recognition system in India for the courses.

"The MCI had sought parity status from the National Committee on Accreditation. It was granted last month, which means quality wise, the under-graduate courses in India are at par with the US," Dr Vedprakash Mishra, Vice-Chancellor, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University, who was part of the MCI team to negotiate with the US agency, told media persons at the Indo-US Healthcare Summit in New Delhi.

The parity has been granted for two years.

"During this period, our recognition system will be monitored by them. Then India will get permanent parity status," he said.

The parity does not give automatic passage to the US or any other country. But the standards of education will be treated at par with the US which will facilitate the students' mobility to that country, Dr Hemant Patel, President, American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, said.

The parity status was given on six parameters -- curriculum, teaching, method of evaluation, extension, research and impact of education processes.

At present, there is no accreditation system in India. The MCI has only laid down certain procedure for recognition of the courses.

"Now an accreditation policy has been prepared. It waits approval of the government," Mishra said.

The Indo-US summit on Healthcare, which started today, will discuss mainly how to deal with the common diseases in India.

"These diseases are HIV/AIDS, TB, hepatitis, diabetes, hearth diseases, mental ailment, reproductive healthcare and emergency medicines," Dr Ajay Kumar, president Indian Medical Association, told PTI.

"We will deliberate on how these diseases are dealt in the US vis-a-vis India and try to find a suitable mechanism for handing these ailments. We will submit a White Paper to the government after the summit," he said.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Dr. Joseph Thas Siddha Allopathy Tirunelveli: Fifth National Conference on Siddha Medicine for All Ages

Fifth National Conference on
Siddha Medicine for All Ages
8 & 9 December, 2007

More details are at Fifth National Conference on Siddha Medicine for All Ages : Dr. Joseph Thas Siddha Allopathy Tirunelveli

Black Badge Protest Withdrawn

Black Badge Protest on 05.12.2007 postponed temporally due to strike Withdrawal

Black Badge Protest Withdrawn

Black Badge Protest on 05.12.2007 postponed temporally due to strike Withdrawal

Sunday, December 2, 2007

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Emergency TNGDA State EC Meeting on Dec 2,2007 at Trichy

Emergency TNGDA State EC Meeting
  • On Dec 2nd, 2007 sunday
  • At IMA hall in TRICHY.
  • Attended by TN IMA STATE Office bearers also.

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