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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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Happy Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan, popularly known as the Rakhi Festival, is celebrated with great zeal in various parts of India. It falls in the Sravana month that usually comes in the month of August. This Hindu festival, which is primarily celebrated in the western and northern parts of the country, is celebrated to strengthen the bond between brothers and sisters. Not many of you may be aware that this pious festival is not just celebrated in India but is also observed in different parts of Nepal and Mauritius.
On this auspicious day, the sisters tie a sacred thread called Rakhi on their brother’s wrist. Several colourful Rakhis of different shapes and sizes are made available in the market days before the festival. A lot of excitement is seen among women who go shopping for these beautiful threads. Many are also seen shopping for new clothes and jewellery to adorn on this special occasion.
The sisters pray for their brother’s health and well being as they tie the knot. The brothers on the other hand vow to protect their sisters from every evil. Rakhi festival is celebrated during the morning hours and the sisters do not eat anything until they tie the sacred thread. As a ritual, aarti is performed, prayers are said and the sisters apply tilak on their brothers’ forehead before tying the rakhi. Both of them then share sweets and brothers present gift to their sisters.
Like various other festivals in India, this one also brings the families together and strengthens their bond.


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How to Manage Your Anxiety Before Exams?

Whether you are about to give your regular school exams or competitive examinations such as JEE or NEET, it is natural to feel anxious and nervous as the exams approach. However, you can overcome this anxiety with little effort. Let us learn how:

Schedule Your Time
You might have covered the entire syllabus however it is still suggested to schedule your time for the remaining days so as to make the most of the time left. Set a time for revising your chapters, giving mock tests and working on your weak areas. Also make sure you know just what you need to give a quick glance to on the morning of the exam.

Best Revision Tricks

Just covering the entire course is of no use if you do not revise it well. Revising your chapters helps you memorize them better and the use of revision tricks mentioned below will help you prepare even more efficiently.

1. Prepare Notes
Keep preparing notes as you study your chapters. Refer to different sources including your guide books, text books and any other study material to prepare these notes. This will help you prepare a ready-reckoner for revision. Penning down information to prepare notes as you study will also help you retain the information well.

All the best for NEET II Exam

The NEET 2 exam is just around the corner and we know you are all set to crack it! It is also natural to feel anxious and nervous at this time no matter how well prepared you are. Here are a few last minute tips to help you keep your calm and do your best in the exam:

Quick Revision
A day before the exam you should give a quick glance at the entire course laying stress on the topics that are important from examination point of you.

How To Memorize Things Quicker?

Most of you may think that the key to memorizing things quickly and easily is by repeating them over and over again. Well, while this is a good technique however it is not the only method to memorize things fast. You basically need to hone your skills to recall what you read and that can be done effectively by following the below mentioned tips:

Get Rid of Distractions
As you sit to learn your lessons, the first thing you must do is to remove all the distractions from your sight. Keep your mobile phone at a distance, preferably on silent mode, your television switched off and all the other things that might distract you at bay.

Positive Impact of E-learning


The advancement in technology has helped evolve various sectors and education is one of them. With the introduction of e-learning system, the industry has reached newer heights and benefited everyone involved. Here is a look at the positive impacts e-learning has had on the education industry:

E-learning helps the teachers get in touch with their counterparts from different educational institutes across the globe. It thus acts as a platform for knowledge sharing and aids in developing the methods of teaching as well as revising the curriculum as per the current market requirement. With the help of this mode, teachers can connect better with their students and provide them personalized training.

Mistakes Students Commit While Preparing for NEET-2 Exam

NEET 2 is held to shortlist deserving candidates for admission to different medical courses in some of the most reputed medical colleges in the country. The examination is tough and competition is high. Here are some of the common mistakes students commit while preparing for this exam. Avoid these to study efficiently and come out with flying colours in this examination:

1. Poor Time Management

This is one of the main hindrances in achieving the goals. Many students overlook the importance of preparing a study schedule while others try to schedule their time but are unable to abide by it. Remember, the time is limited and the syllabus is vast. Thus, if you do not manage your time well, you shall never be able to study properly.

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