AIIMS MBBS 2017 results: All 10 toppers are from one coaching centre in Kota

Kota: It’s a perfect 10.Ten students who were coached for medical exams by a single tutorial, Allen Career Institute, in Rajasthan’s Kota – known as India’s coaching hub – grabbed the top 10 ranks in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) MBBS 2017 exams. The results were declared early on Thursday.

Nishita Purohit (18) from Surat (Gujarat), India topper in AIIMS 2017 and Archit Gupta, AIR 2, are from Allen Career Institute in Kota.

Other toppers include Tamoghna Ghosh, Nipun Chandra, Harsh Agarwal, Rishav Raj, Harshit Anand, Rinku Sarmah, Abhishek Dogra and Manish Moolchandani with AIR 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, respectively, institute director Naveen Maheshwari said today.

AIIMS result 2017

Whereas Nipun Chandra and Rinku Sarmah have opted for the distance learning programme of the institute, the others have attended Allen’s classroom coaching.

About the success of the students, Maheshwari said his institute was known for its medical entrance exam coaching and the AIIMS 2017 results had once again proved it,

Last year too, eight of Allen’s students, including the second topper, had made it to the top 10 in the AIIMS 2016 exam while three had bagged first top three ranks (AIR 1, 2 and 3) in NEET 2016 .

Candidates can check their results on the website www.aiimsexams.org and also on the websites of other six AIIMS. Click on results and then on the link for MBBS exam 2017 result.

The results will not be communicated on phone or by any other means individually.

The entrance examination for the MBBS Course was conducted on May 28 at various centres across the country.

According to the official notification, the first counselling of shortlisted candidates at AIIMS, New Delhi is expected to be held between July 3 to 6, 2017.

Candidates successful in the exam will join AIIMS and study for a five-and-a-half year programme for a bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery (MBBS) degree, including one year of compulsory internship.

 

7 Air India unions write to Centre on privatisation, threaten unrest

Seven unions of Air India employees have warned the government of large-scale protests if a proposal from NITI Aayog to privatise the national carrier is approved.

In a letter dated June 14, the unions have sought an appointment with the civil aviation minister Gajapathi Raju to discuss their concerns over Air India’s future.

The unions have written that they oppose the “arbitrary and unilateral” recommendations of the government’s top policymaking body to privatise Air India and have called it a “spokesperson of the private sector”.

Air India

“We urge you not to accept the hurried recommendations by the NITI AYOG and not to force the employees of Air India to agitate which will lead to industrial unrest and disharmony,” the letter said.

The letter also raises concerns over job losses due to the government’s move, particularly for those who fall in the reserved categories “as private sector has no obligation to follow the reservation policy”.

The letter further said employees all over India were “agitated and apprehensive” about the issue.

There are a total 21,137 employees of Air India, including its subsidiaries.

The letter has been written collectively by AI Air Corporate Employees Union, AI Employees Union, AI Aircraft Engineers’ Association, United Air India Officers’ Association, AI Engineer’s Association, AI Cabin Crew Association and AI Service Engineers’ Association.

The letter also alleged that the airline which was built over a period of 64 years was being “demolished within 15 days by the NITI AYOG”.

The unions also questioned the justification to privatise the airline because it had a mere 14 per cent of the market share.

Finance minister Arun Jaitley had last month pitched for Air India’s divestment saying it has a market share of 14 per cent whereas its debt is Rs 50,000 crore, following which the the civil aviation ministry said it was looking at all possible alternatives to make the airline viable.

“The government and the government alone are (sic) responsible for this decline in passenger traffic. No autonomy was granted to the management of Air India to determine to which sectors the Air India should operate its flight,” the letter adds.

Employees also demand that the offer of waiving Air India’s debt to enable a private player to buy the debt-ridden carrier be made to Air India to help it in its turnaround plans.

The Cabinet is expected to take a call on privatising Air India soon.

The CBI has also registered three FIRs and a preliminary enquiry (PE)on several decisions made by the erstwhile UPA government with regard to Air India.

 

Tyre-maker Michelin opens new technology centre in Haryana’s Manesar

A state-of-the-art technology centre of tyre manufacturer Michelin India was inaugurated by French envoy Alexandre Ziegler in Manesar near New Delhi on Tuesday.

The sprawling 3,800-sqm Michelin India’s research and development laboratory in Haryana seeks to expand the French major’s research and innovation capacity and strengthens its commitment to the mobility industry in the region.

This technology centre is focused on radial truck and bus tyre research and development, and will provide technical support to the company’s manufacturing facilities in Chennai, China and Thailand.

Michelin tyres

“Our vibrant economic partnership with India is boosted by France’s leading companies such as Michelin which actively contribute to ‘Make in India’ and bring research and development technology expertise here.

“Along with providing innovative products to India and other emerging markets in the region, this technology centre will also help augment skilling, thus contributing to the Indian government’s National Skill Development Mission, a key parameter for global competitiveness for India,” Ziegler was quoted as saying in a statement by the French Embassy.

With an annual research and development budget of more than 700 million euros, Michelin has over 6,000 employees engaged in research, development and process engineering at technology centres in Europe, North America and Asia, it said.