PG-NEET Exam Postponed Due to Covid Crisis in India.
In this Corona crisis, the NCIE exam was also postponed for four months. The authority will arrange the test after the new day. Students will have one month to prepare after the day is right. The central government reported this on Monday.
On Sunday, the Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan met with the Prime Minister of the Health Secretary Narendra Modi. The government decided on Monday. As the second wave of the Corona Virus grows, so does the fragility of healthcare. There is a shortage of doctors, nurses, or other medical personnel. So this time, there has been thought to bring in freshly approved or seniors for the corona treatment.
A government guideline reported that State governments could hire medical students by contacting them. Medical interns can work in the COVID-19 ward under the supervision of the faculty.
Central Govt writes to states on the issue of augmenting human resources for COVID – 19
The letter reads," State/UT Governments are to make all efforts to reach out to each PG-NEET candidate and persuade them to join the Covid –19 workforce in this hour of need." pic.twitter.com/ymURdFejOj
— ANI (@ANI) May 3, 2021
Senior medical students can work in telemedicine. Qualified BSc / GNM nurses can work in ICU. In the last year of this course, nurses can also help Covid related services in public and private hospitals.
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