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More than 600 Nepalese Medical Students at Bangladesh face uncertain future

With 37 medical colleges Nepalese students are currently enrolled and studying in Bangladesh being categorized as blacklisted, the future of more than 600 students is at uncertain. Nepal Medical Council (NMC) mentioned that those students even if they complete the degree there might not be able to practice doctorate or any other medical profession back here in Nepal. As per …

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Odd-Even System Removed Admits Public Outrage

After public outrage everywhere, Nepal Government has taken a step back and have now removed the previously implemented Odd-Even system of vehicle movement in Kathmandu valley. It has now been discontinued since early morning. With these vehicles of any number plates are allowed to pave in the valley. The move from Home Ministry came on the 2nd day of previously …

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Asia Pacific Summit 2018: Evens and Odds

Kathmandu, November 27 Nepal Government has agreed to co-sponsor along with Universal Peace Federation, to organize the Asia Pacific Summit 2018  at Hotel Hyatt Regency, Kathmandu Nepal. The organizers have stated that the summit will be held on December 1 to 3. Delegates from 45 nations including the Asia Pacific will be meeting in Kathmandu. The major theme of the …

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Nepal Medical Council updated criteria for internship

Nepal Medical Council (NMC) is set to conduct the licensing examination on December 8, 2018. For the same, they’ve released a new accreditation standard for MBBS and BDS programmes. The statement released publicly states that students studying within the country (in Nepal) only require the do internship for six-months while anyone studying at a foreign university need to at least …

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TU-IOM Fee Structure for 2075/76 Intake

The Institute of Medicine (IOM) published a notice regarding the new fee structure for 2075/76 intake for all affiliated medical colleges of TU. As per the regulation in place, colleges within the valley can charge at most NRs. 38,50,000 for MBBS whereas outside the valley can charge almost 4,00,000 more (42,45,000) for the same. The institute has also tried to …

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