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New Delhi21 minutes ago
Neet PG examination has been postponed for the next four months amid increasing cases of corona in the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to increase the number of medical staff in view of the situation caused by the corona epidemic in the country. On Monday, the PMO gave this information via social media.
At the same time, the Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Health, Luv Agarwal, told in his press conference that one month before the exam, the students will be informed about this so that they can get enough time for the preparations. The central government has also written a letter to the states on this issue. The Center has said that the governments of the state and union territories should try to reach every NEET PG candidate and persuade them to be included in the Kovid work force in this time of need.
MBBS students will monitor corona patients
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday reviewed the growing need for adequate medical staff for Corona patients in the country. Many important decisions were taken in this meeting. Under this, the duty of MBBS final year students will be imposed for monitoring patients with mild symptoms of corona. At the same time, the services of BSc (Nursing) / GNN pass nurses will be taken for full-time nursing under the supervision of senior doctors.
With this, medical employees who have completed 100 days of Kovid-19 duty will be given preference in government jobs in future. Such employees will also be given the Prime Minister’s Distinguished Covid National Service Samman. Apart from this, the duty of medical interns will also be imposed under the supervision of senior doctors in Kovid Management.