Md studies could not be completed even in six years – University of Agra

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Raja Tiwari
Students studying at various Ayurveda and Unani colleges in the city could not even complete their studies in three years. The main reason for this is that the Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University does not hold the exams on time. Nobody graduated because of missing exams. Hundreds of students are upset.
The MD (Doctor of Medicine) degree is very important for doctors. It is a postgraduate degree awarded for a degree or program in the field of medicine. This degree is based on a specialization, ie the knowledgeable acquisition of a postgraduate degree in the chosen subject. The training to become a doctor of medicine takes three years. It covers both theoretical and practical things, including successfully passing an exam. In the Aligarh district, the graduation of students enrolled at various Unani or Ayurveda colleges since 2015 has not yet been completed. Students submitted their research in the form of an exam, but their grades were not received. There was also no oral or final research examination. In such a situation, hundreds of students worry about their future.
– Enrolled in the MD Ayurveda course at Sai College in 2015. The final exams took place recently. The final practical exams are expected. The three-year degree was also not obtained in six years. -DR. Pawan Kumar.
Enrolled in the MD course at ACN College in 2015. The exams in the first year were held in 2018, but the grade sheet has not yet been received. The research was submitted, their numbers were not found. There were also no final exams. Everyone is upset. -DR. Sabiha Safat.
Started MD degree in 2015, but degree has not yet been completed. The viva of the final examination and research remains. The University of Agra has not yet taken notice of the problems faced by the students in this regard. Students are upset. -DR. Shahid Malik.
– Recently adopted. It was decided to carry out all upcoming BAMS exams by 2015 in September. The aim is to soon take MD or other upcoming exams so that the student’s problem can be solved. Ajay Krishna Yadav, Exam Director, University of Agra.

Raja Tiwari

Students studying at various Ayurveda and Unani colleges in the city could not even complete their studies in three years. The main reason for this is that the Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University does not hold the exams on time. Nobody graduated because of missing exams. Hundreds of students are upset.

The MD (Doctor of Medicine) degree is very important for doctors. It is a postgraduate degree awarded for a degree or program in the field of medicine. This degree is based on a specialization, ie the knowledgeable acquisition of a postgraduate degree in the chosen subject. The training to become a doctor of medicine takes three years. It covers both theoretical and practical things, including successfully passing an exam. In the Aligarh district, the graduation of students enrolled at various Unani or Ayurveda colleges since 2015 has not yet been completed. Students submitted their research in the form of an exam, but their grades were not received. There was also no oral or final research examination. In such a situation, hundreds of students worry about their future.

– Enrolled in the MD Ayurveda course at Sai College in 2015. The final exams took place recently. The final practical exams are expected. The three-year degree was also not obtained in six years. -DR. Pawan Kumar.

Enrolled in the MD course at ACN College in 2015. The exams in the first year were held in 2018, but the grade sheet has not yet been received. The research was submitted, their numbers were not found. There were also no final exams. Everyone is upset. -DR. Sabiha Safat.

Started MD degree in 2015, but degree has not yet been completed. The viva of the final examination and research remains. The University of Agra has not yet taken notice of the problems faced by the students in this regard. Students are upset. -DR. Shahid Malik.

– Recently adopted. It was decided to carry out all upcoming BAMS exams by 2015 in September. The aim is to soon take MD or other upcoming exams so that the student’s problem can be solved. Ajay Krishna Yadav, Exam Director, University of Agra.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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