According to the statement recently being issued by the PMO office, NEET PG postpone for at least 4 months, MBBS final year students can be used to supervise teleconsultation and mild covid cases under the supervision of faculty.
New Delhi: Amidst the growing threat of Corona, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken an important decision to increase the availability of medical personnel to fight COVID-19. Under this, NEET-PG examination has been asked to be postponed for at least 4 months.
According to the statement recently being issued by the PMO office, MBBS final year students can be used to supervise teleconsultation of patients and mild covid cases under the supervision of faculty. Under the supervision of some senior doctors and head nurses, qualified nurses of BSC / GNM will be used in full-time COVID nursing.
According to the PMO, medical personnel who are engaged in COVID duty will complete 100 days of work, they will be honored with the prestigious COVID National Service Award of the Prime Minister.
Let us tell you that on Sunday, the Prime Minister had a virtual meeting with health experts. All these decisions were taken in this meeting itself.
On Sunday afternoon, sources were quoted as saying that NEET can be postponed for medical examination. Apart from this, it may also be decided to deploy MBBS and nursing final year students in COVID duty.
Now on Sunday, the Prime Minister’s Office has been stamped on the news received from the sources. Notice regarding postponement of NEET PG exam may also come soon.