Decision taken to increase the availability of medical personnel to fight the second COVID-19 wave
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-PG) 2021 will be postponed by at least four months, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) informed on May 3.
The decision was announced after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s review meeting on May 2.
The postponement of NEET-PG is among one of the measures approved by PM Modi to increase the availability of medical personnel to fight the second COVID-19 wave.
“Final year MBBS students can be utilized for teleconsultation and monitoring of mild COVID cases under the supervision of Faculty. BSc/GNM Qualified Nurses to be utilized in full-time Covid nursing duties under the supervision of Senior Doctors and Nurses,” the PMO said.
The PMO further added that medical personnel completing 100 days of COVID duty will be awarded the Prime Minister’s COVID National Service Samman.
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