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Seminar on overseas education
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR APR 29 (NPN)
Published on 29 Apr. 2010 11:25 PM IST
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Saraswati India Limited, an education service provider, held a press conference informing about the various educational opportunities provided by them at Hotel Saramati, Thursday.
Interacting with media persons, CEO of the company Dr Partha Sarathi Ganguli, Ph D, disclosed that a total of almost 1300 students were studying medicines in 8 universities abroad. He also added that a total of 43 students have already cleared Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) recently. It may be noted that Medical Council of India has made it compulsory for all medical students who studied abroad to clear FMGE without which they cannot practice in India.
Explaining about cost factor involved, Dr Ganguli said albeit bit higher than government medical colleges in India it was lot cheaper than private medical colleges. When asked about credentials of Chinese universities, Dr Ganguli informed that all tied up universities were run by Chinese government. Meanwhile, representative of the company from Nagaland Abha Khing informed that seminar will be organized on April 30, 11 am at Hotel Saramati.

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