9 things you should not do for AIPGMEE preparation 

Candidates can find many articles on how to prepare for NEET PG, what to do, tips, strategies, tricks and what not? These topics help a lot in building the right strategy. But, however these are not sufficient because sometimes a candidate may commit some mistakes which could turn to be disastrous because things to be avoided were not mentioned anywhere. So here we are with things to be avoided at all costs while preparing for NEET PG.

PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Vinay Goel for yet another feat.

After achieving AIPGMEE 2016 rank 276 and joining MD Radiology he attempted AIIMS PG May 2016 exam and achieved Rank 29.

We wish him the very best in his life and career ahead.

Here are some tips from him that will help you reach your goals too.

 

PrepLadder congratulates Dr. Ashish Rai on achieving success in AIPGMEE 2016. We wish him the very best in his life and career ahead.

Here are some tips from him that will help you reach your goals too.

AIPGMEE 2016 counselling is approaching. Read this before you choose a speciality or an institute

Still confused about choosing the right institute and right speciality

Thousands of medical students sit for the medical PG entrance examination to get a course of their liking. Only a few make it to sit in the course of their choice. Every year after a lot doing hard work for months and years students who clear entrance exams to enter post-graduate (PG) medical course are caught up in another dilemma of choosing the subject, also, which institute to choose from hundreds of medical institutes all over India. However, it is not practically possible for students to know details about each and every institute in India.

A professional blogger while being an IPD patient in a hospital in Mexico took pictures of medical staff sleeping at 3 am.

He posted it online negatively but had no idea that the reaction to it will be so fierce.

However it just wasn't what he expected. Medical community from around the world came in support of their colleagues and started posting pictures of themselves sleeping on the job.

The hashtag #YoTambienMeDormi (Spanish for 'I fell asleep too') started trending.