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How to Study Biology: Study Techniques to Master the Subject

Biology sure is an interesting subject however some of its topics can be hard to comprehend. You cannot follow the same technique you follow for the other science subjects to learn Biology. If you have been finding it hard to study this subject then the below given tips should come handy:

Study Beforehand
Read the topic that is to be done in your class beforehand itself. This way you will be able to understand it better when it is done in the class. You will have a lot of doubts and questions in your head that can be clarified in your classroom session. So when you sit to study post the class you will be able to learn better.

Precautions for Dengue & Other Harmful Disease

Dengue fever, caused by Aedes mosquitoes, can become life threatening if not treated on time. Several medications and treatments have been floated to cure this disease. However, as they say, “precaution is better than cure”, you must be aware about the precautionary measures you must take to avoid this fever from occurring. In case you aren’t aware about the measures to be taken, read on to find out about the same:
In order to avoid dengue fever, the first thing you must do is to ensure that Aedes mosquitoes do not breed in your house. Here are the places where this mosquito is likely to breed:

6 Study Tips for Students Who Drop a Year for IIT JEE Preparations

It is tough to decide whether to drop a year for IIT JEE preparation or go ahead with the next best option. However, if you have already had a look at all the pros and cons and decided to give it another shot then keep the below mentioned tips in mind to make the most of the time you have:

Review Your Performance
Now that you have already given the exam once, you know where you stand. Before beginning with the preparation all over again it is suggested to review your examination performance to know your weak areas as well as your strong points. This will help you understand as to which topics require more attention and which ones just need a glance.

An Average Student’s Guide to Crack NEET /JEE

Competitive examinations such as JEE and NEET are tough to crack even for the genius minds and if you have been average in studies then you need to put in a lot more efforts. Here is an average student’s guide to crack JEE/NEET.

Start Early
If engineering or medical line interests you and you are aiming to sit for JEE or NEET it is suggested to start the preparation as you enter your 11th grade. It is essential to give at least 2 years for preparation of competitive examinations such as these.

Can Omega-3, Omega-6 Fatty Acids Improve Reading Skills ?

The benefits of consuming Omega 3 fatty acids are known well. Now, as per a new research conducted by a team of expert physicians and researchers at the Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre, Sahlgrenska Academy, you have all the more reason to have these fatty acids.
Mats Johnson, the chief physician and researcher at this Neuropsychiatry Centre and his team have found out that omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids boost the power to concentrate and curb reading difficulties in children. Polyunsaturated fats such as omega 3 and omega 6 and their effect on the learning ability and overall behaviour of children has generated a lot of interest over the last few years and a lot of research has been done on the same.

States Approve Proposal to Replace Medical Council of India

NITI Aayog has put forward a proposal to replace the current Medical Council of India (MCI) with a National Medical Commission and the same has been approved by most of the states. The Parliamentary Standing Committee report, out in March 2016, had referred to the need for drastic reform of the Medical Council of India. It stated that the MCI neither “represents professional excellence nor its ethos” and that it lacks transparency.
NITI Aayog recently had a meeting with the representatives from as many as 20 states. Vice-Chairman, Arvind Panagariya chaired the meeting to discuss about MCI and most of the Indian states were said to be in favour of the recommendation of replacing it with the National Medical Commission. “Most States were on board with the recommendations given by the Aayog’s. One of the significant proposals is that instead of just one chairman of the new regulatory body, there should be some members also. Also, the States have asked for more representation in the commission,” shared an insider.
It has also been proposed that in order to advise the commission on various tasks from time to time, a consultative committee must be formed. However, the commission would not be bound to follow the given suggestions.
The final recommendations for the same shall be sent to the Prime Minister for approval for which the bill would most likely be presented in the Parliament during this winter session.

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Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

Named after the renowned educationist and patriot, Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad, the college was established back in the year 1958. Its campus is spread across 122 acres of land. It has as many as 2800 beds, 47 operation theatres running everyday and 7200 daily outpatient attendance. There are 4 other institutes attached to the college. These are the Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, Lok Nayak Hospital, Guru Nanak Eye Center and GB Pant Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research.

Known for offering excellent medical education, the college gives admission to as many as 290 undergraduate candidates, 245 post graduate and doctoral students every year. The courses offered here include Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Doctor of Medicine (MD), Post Graduate Diploma in Medicine and Post Doctoral Degree in Master of Surgery. For the undergraduate course that is M.B.B.S. the distribution of seats is done as Delhi University Quota (DUQ) – 85%, All India Quota (AIQ) – 15% and Government of India Quota (GOI) – 6 Nos. The number of seats for this course is 250. For Post Graduate course (MD/MS) and Post Graduate Diploma it is 50% quota each for Delhi University and All India. The number of seats for these is 153 and 23 respectively. For Post Doctoral (M. Ch.) it is 100% Delhi University Quota (DUQ) and there are only 4 seats.
The students are imparted education by well learned faculty members and given rigorous training by the resident doctors. The college houses as many as 810 resident doctors and 426 faculty members who offer high class education and patient care techniques to help the students embark a successful career in the medical field.
Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad is among the top medical colleges in the country. It has been given the number 3rd position in India by two of the leading newspapers in the country namely, the Times of India and India Today.

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Aman Mathur_Physics Faculty for NEET

Etoosindia is continually thriving to help aspiring medical and engineering students get admission in top institutes of the country. The institute provides online coaching so as to reach to every nook and corner of the country. For this purpose it has collaborated with some of the top faculties from Kota. Aman Mathur is the latest to join the bandwagon of the learned and experienced faculties at the institute.

AM, as he is mostly referred to, has been deployed at Etoosindia to teach physics to the students of grade 11th, 12th and 13th so as to prepare them for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).

Father’s Disability Inspired MP Boy Abhishek Babel to Crack NEET

Abhishek Babel has made his family and the people from his village proud by cracking the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2016. The first candidate from Madhya Pradesh’s village Kadwasa, to have cleared this tough competitive examination, Abhishek is the son of a small grocery store owner who has disability in the leg.
Having managed to fetch All-India Rank (AIR) of 431 in this medical entrance exam, the 17 year old said that it is his father’s disability that inspired him to crack the exam. He secured 19th rank for NEET in the state merit of Madhya Pradesh and got an All India Rank of 831 in AIIMS Examination in 2016.
His father Mahadev Kumar became physically disabled at the age of 13, one of his uncles is also challenged physically since the tender age of 3 and his grandfather died due to lack of proper healthcare amenities at an early age. Such issues in the family motivated him to work hard so as to get admission in one of the best medical colleges in the country and nurture his dream of becoming a health care professional. “My father and uncle used to motivate me for studies and now their motivation has paid off,” said Abhishek.
He aims to begin private practice in his village once he becomes a doctor. “When I saw my father and uncle struggling with life due to their disability, I decided to become a doctor so that I could treat not only my father and uncle but also all those people who are suffering,” he shared.
Abhishek has been a bright student all along. He secured 85.17% in Class 10th and 80.2% in Class 12 board exam. He took NEET coaching simultaneously and studied hard to crack the exam. Abhishek has taken admission in the prestigious Grant Medical College in Mumbai.

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Contribution Of Indians To The Field Of Mathematics

Talk about the contribution of Indians to the field of Mathematics and the name of the famous scholar, Aryabhata would be the first thing to strike your mind. He was one of the first mathematicians from the classical age to contribute immensely to the field of mathematics. He worked on the place value system by using letters for signifying numbers and stating their qualities. Besides, this great mathematician also calculated and mentioned the exact number of days in a year.
Not just Aryabhata, there have been several Indians who have contributed majorly to this field.

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