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Wed, 1 Mar 2017 00:56 EST
Dr.SUBHRANSHU SEKHAR NAYAK - ENQUIRY ABOUT THE MCH ORTHOPAEDICS COURSE DETAILS IN TAU
Dear Doctor,

Mr. Antony is working for the university through its official service provider and you can very well communicate and get guidance from him on the MCh programs. He is our authorized Enrollment Advisor.
DR. SUBHRANSHU SEKHAR NAYAK
Sat, 25 Feb 2017 03:17 EST
ENQUIRY ABOUT THE MCH ORTHOPAEDICS COURSE DETAILS IN TAU
Sir,
with due respect i Dr. Subhranshu Sekhar Nayak ( MBBS, MS ORTHOPAEDICS) presently working at APOLLO GLENEAGLES HOSPITAL, KOLKATA, INDIA want to know about the MCH ORTHOPAEDICS program offered by TEXILA AMERICAN UNIVERSITY (TAU).
Recently i got a personal call as well as an email from Mr. Antony Pushparaj claiming himself to be the service provider of texila american university that my interest in MCH has been approved by the university and i can join this MCH course from the month of may 2017. He has also told me about the fee details and everything about the course. Sir, i have a doubt in my mind please clear it if you dont mind. Is Mr. Antony Pushparaj the service provider of TAU??? Does he belong to your university?????because i suspect him he may not be the person of your university.
Sir i will be very grateful to you if you clear my doubts as soon as possible so that i can join this MCH course this year and oblige me.

Thanking you,
DR. SUBHRANSHU SEKHAR NAYAK
MBBS, MS ORTHOPAEDICS
APOLLO HOSPITAL, KOLKATA
INDIA.
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drpadmarajpatil
Fri, 6 Jan 2017 02:19 EST
which r the state in india where they clear exams and enrolled in which state and how
kindly send us which state and how plz tell
TAU Admin
Wed, 21 Dec 2016 00:48 EST
drpadmarajpatil - which states r recognized and which MCI exam
Students who complete the postgraduate degree from Texila American University are eligible to appear for the Local Medical Council Exams and we are proud to inform that some of our students have registered with various State Councils upon clearing the medical council exams
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Thu, 15 Dec 2016 03:58 EST
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“Texila Raises Bar in Education Provision in Zambia”
Posted on November 25, 2016 by tauseo
Texila American University (TAU) Group has pledged, through TAU Zambia, to push beyond the next level the quality of excellence in education provided in Zambia.

In so doing, over the last couple of weeks, TAU Zambia had been finalizing and consolidating its in-country operations prior to the January, 2017, inauguration of the newly acquired 25,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art campus in one of the Capital City’s most exclusive suburbs.

This consolidation has seen the finalization of the acquisition of TAU Zambia’s new property and the recruitment of highly qualified academic and support staff to run the university when it opens in March, 2017.

TAU’s Founder and President, Saju Bhaskar S.P, made it emphatically evident that TAU’s desire for educational excellence that supersedes what currently is the standard in Zambian Education could only be achieved through the expanding and maximising of Zambia’s educational capacity.

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The President made this clear when he paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Health, Honourable Chitalu Chilufya M.D., at his offices on Tuesday, 25th October, 2016.

In plainly outlining how TAU, through TAU Zambia, would expand and maximize Zambia’s educational capacity, the President assured the Minister that TAU Zambia would bring together both local and international expats that would provide unparalleled and experience-drenched services, which, coupled with the quality education and infrastructure for which the TAU Group is synonymous, would maximize the aforementioned capacity.

“The high quality infrastructure that TAU Zambia’s facilities will provide in the form of state-of-the-art laboratories, classroom and libraries, and the Educational Tourism that will be generated by Zambia through the university’s aim of not only catering to Zambia but the rest of the region as well, will generate revenue for the country,” he said.

The President further unquestionably elaborated to the Honorable Minister that TAU Zambia was more than capable of not only exceeding the requirement standards set by the Health Professions Council of Zambia (HPCZ), but in setting a benchmark at which all other medical institutions in the country will be judged.

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And speaking at the same occasion, Dr.Chilufya stated that the Ministry would facilitate partnerships between TAU Zambia and local hospitals for the successful training of medical doctors who graduate from the university.

The President acknowledged that the Ministry of Health’s facilitation of partnerships with local hospitals on behalf of TAU Zambia and, more so, his pledged personal capacity facilitation, would allow for a much larger partnership for TAU Zambia beyond the more than the five (5) hospitals that are already keen to partner with the university.

The School of Medicine, Department of Nursing, Department of Pharmacy, Department of Public Health, School of Business, Information & Technology, and Education, are among the inaugural schools for which the university is currently enrolling and that will commence in March, 2017.

Furthermore, the President acknowledged that pushing educational excellence in Zambia would require a two-pronged approach that is anchored on one end with the provision of quality education, and on the other end with the generation of revenue for the country to, thus, bolster and encourage more investment in the sector by the Government.

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It is for this reason that when the President paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Higher Education, Honourable Nkandu Luo Ph.D., on Wednesday, 19th October, 2016, the main talking point was Educational Tourism and how TAU will capitalise on this revenue generating venture for the betterment of the Zambian republic.

Educational Tourism, which is one of the fastest growing areas of the travel that is part of the, as of 2014, US$7.6 trillion global tourism industry, refers to any programme in which participants travel to a location as a group with the primary purpose of engaging in a learning experience directly related to the location (Rodger, 1998: 28).

The main idea behind this concept is that travel is as much about self-improvement as it is about relaxation. Therefore, as students come to Zambia to study, they not only travel within their destination country of choice but throughout that county and even to neighbouring lands.

The goal here is to widen the educational experience so that university students do not only know their own culture but also that of at least one other nation.

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Critical Components you need to check before joining a Medical University
Posted on November 22, 2016 by tauseo
The trend of pursuing medical studies abroad is gearing up at a steady pace and is gaining momentum every year. As a result of this, many students and parents are being presented with a variety of options in terms of medical universities abroad, putting many in a dilemma, as to which destination to choose.

There are several factors to consider while choosing the University Abroad for Medical Studies. Exposure in terms of clinical rotation will be a biggest challenge as most of the countries (China, Russia, Ukraine, Philippines) have less than 8% of English speaking population – interaction with the patients will be challenging task which plays a critical role in exposure while they study. Another critical factor is the Local Medical Council Recognition of the University!

texila Critical Components you need to check before joining a Medical University

Texila American University is listed in Medical Council of India (MCI) and Medical Council of Guyana (MCG).

How important are the local medical council registrations for a Medical University?

Students who pursue medical studies abroad must clear their screening test conducted by Medical Council of their respective country before they start practicing as a doctor.

The Local Medical Council ensures that doctors who have qualified abroad and wish to work in their home country, have obtained the appropriate qualifications from a recognized University and can practice in their home country.

What other major recognition can a Student look for?

Some of the Major recognition’s that a student looks at a University include the following:
Recognition’s

Recognitions

Texila American University

World Health Organization (WHO)

Texila is listed in WHO – AVICENNA Directories

National Accreditation Council of Guyana (NAC)

Texila is recognized by NAC Guyana

Medical Council of Guyana (MCG)

Texila is listed in MCG

Medical Council of India (MCI)

Texila is listed in MCI

Pass Ratio of Medical Council Screening Tests

Upon successful completion of the program with the University, students have to clear the Local Medical Council Exams to practice as a Doctor in their home country. Texila has a history of 100% pass ratio for the Local Medical Council Exams from India and Nigeria. Students graduated from Texila had cleared their Local Medical Council Exams in their first attempts itself.

The quality of medical education offered should be your top priority. One need to look at couple of things like the facilities at the institution, curriculum, assignment submission patterns, faculties, research publications, lab and library facilities etc..

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The moment you decide you want to pursue a career in medicine, you know you are expected to go through a lot of hard work, and inevitably many hours of study. However, all your effort will be worth it in the end. After all, being a doctor is one of the noblest and most rewarding professions in the world.

Texila American University – the institution with a proven track history of quality education is authenticated and Recognized by many awarding bodies which makes the degree globally valid.

Thousands of happy, successful and satisfied students from across 70+ countries have chosen us for their upskilling needs.


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MCI Recognition: A crucial Factor for Medical Studies Abroad
Posted on November 1, 2016 by tauseo
Choosing your studies or the university to do your Medical Studies is not as easy as you think and it takes longer than you expected in the first place. If you already have an idea or actually know what you want to do in the future and want to build a career on it later, the decision is not that difficult. As far as Medical Studies are concerned, the students normally select universities from Philippines, Ukraine, China and Russia for the reason being cheaper and American for-mat of teaching. Out of which Philippines has 63% of people speaking English, 5.48% in Russia, 8% in China & 2.9% in Ukraine.

Cheaper course fees, no constraints for eligibility and Assuming the certificate of Global Recognition are some of the facts that attract the students to choose University in these countries. But the ground reality is that Only less than 5% of them clear their local medical council exams – the rest 95% of students and their future will be a big issue.

But there are several crucial factors you should consider when selecting to study in a University abroad.

How to select a university?

A university which has registered in the local country of presence
A university with good infrastructure and lab facilities
A university with highest level of reputation and student satisfaction
A university with in-house hospital facility or at least tie-up with good hospital for clinical rotation
A university which has history of students clearing local council medical when the students graduate and head back home
A university which has good hostel facilities and food cuisine of various countries
A safe and secured environment for peaceful learning
A country with good chill-out places for weekend outing from routine studies
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The most crucial factor is the Local Medical Council Registration of the University. Texila American University is listed in Medical Council of India (MCI) which allows the students to practice as a Doctor in the Home country upon completion of the course and clearing the Screening Test conducted by MCI.

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Texila American University Celebrated 6 years in Guyana
Posted on October 21, 2016 by tauseo
Texila American University completed its 6 Years of Excellence as a World Class Affordable Educational Provider. Founded in 2010 with the only Campus in Guyana, the University’s presence is now spread across the globe with 3 campuses – Guyana, Zambia and Fujairah with Offices in India, Sharjah, USA, & Hong Kong.

The Year 2016 marks a special milestone in the history of Texila as it has established Campuses in Fujairah and Zambia. Celebrations were held under the theme “Healthy Body, Happy Life: Promoting Health and Wellness”.

The University had launched a week-long series of programs and activities beginning with community health outreach and blood drives. Staff, students and the local community were a part of the celebrations.

Day One (1) – 26th September, 2016 – “Anniversary”
Anniversary celebration commenced with a “Happy 6th Anniversary Cake” that was presented along with a Presentation for well deserving staff who have dedicated their services to TAU for over three (3) years.

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Day 2- 28th September, 2016 – “Blood Donation Drive”

A Blood Drive was organized on Campus involving Staff and students. A total of 48 units of blood were donated.

Day 3- 30th September, 2016 “Health Outreach Day”

A donation consisting of various non- perishable items were made towards the Children’s Convalescent home and the Old Age Home (Psalms). This was handed over by Ms. Tamika and Ms. Annette along with five (5) students on behalf of Texila American University.


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Also a Mini Health Outreach programme was conducted on Regent Street for the members of the public to have free access to check their blood pressure and blood sugar also free health consultation. A total number of 195 persons were checked and advised about their health. This activity commenced at 9:00 hours and concluded at 15:30 hours.

Texila Continues its Journey of perpetual expansion and development ……

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drpadmarajpatil
Thu, 15 Dec 2016 03:39 EST
which states r recognized and which MCI exam
TAU AdminMon, 21 Nov 2016 01:56 EST
drpadmarajpatil - WEATHER TEXILA AMERICAN UNIVERSITY POST GRADUATE DEGREE Degrees will be recognised only if they are for enrolment of medical practitioners in the countries from where they are obtained OR NOT
Texila American University Postgraduate degree is well recognized for example our students has completed their Post Graduate degree and some of our students have registered in various state councils. Even our students are eligible for appearing MCI exam and have also cleared the exam.
my which states kindly give me information regrading it. which MCI EXAMINATION I HAVE TO GIVE
U CAN MAIL :-drpadmarajpatil@yahoo.com
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Mon, 21 Nov 2016 05:36 EST
Is Alexander American university is approved from MCI, WHO ?
whether aau medical college is recognized by MCI and WHO?if its not recognized when it will be made .and what about the infra structure of the college and its construction and plz mail the answer to the mail id kalyanshil2011@gmail.com
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Sun, 20 Nov 2016 08:24 EST
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Degrees will be recognised only if they are for enrolment of medical practitioners in the countries from where they are obtained





The Union government, on March 10, issued a notification under the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956, recognising postgraduate medical degrees awarded in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.K. and the U.S., generally referred to as the English-speaking countries.

According to reports, the government’s decision was to overcome the shortage of medical practitioners in India. However, the government has made it clear that these degrees will be recognised on condition that they are recognised for enrolment of medical practitioners in the countries from where they are obtained.

Foreign postgraduate medical degrees used to be recognised in India in the past. This was stopped when Indira Gandhi was Prime Minister, as countries such as the U.K. did not recognise Indian postgraduate degrees. The system in place was mutual recognition in which India recognised postgraduate degrees of those countries which recognised its.

No screening test

Since the government has recognised these foreign degrees now, those holding them need not go through the screening test stipulated by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The recognition has come as a boon to Indian students who go abroad for acquiring a postgraduate degree after doing their MBBS here. They can now come back and practise.

The MCI says the number of registered allopathic doctors in the country is 6,83,582, with one doctor for every 1,634 population. In addition, there are more than six lakh practitioners of Indian Systems of Medicine and Homoeopathy.

There are 271 medical colleges, out of which 138 are in the government sector and the remaining 133 in the private sector.

The colleges can admit 31,172 MBBS students a year, and the number of seats available in various postgraduate medical courses is approximately 11,005 annually. However, medical practitioners say that only if the MCI and the Dental Council of India (DCI) recognise the courses in foreign countries can the degree holders register themselves in the country and practise.

A top MCI functionary told The Hindu-EducationPlus that now that the government had taken a decision, it was only natural that the MCI granted the recognition. The government, he said, had consulted the MCI, and the latter had given some suggestions on the issue of recognition.

Officials say that the positive aspect is that those having foreign degrees would be able to practise back in India. However, several practicing doctors in the Government sector feel the reason of shortage of medical practitioners will not hold water. The foreign medical postgraduate degree holders need not go to remote areas or serve in rural areas where such shortage is felt. They think there was some kind of pressure from some lobby to go in for recognition. “Foreign medical degrees are not superior to the degrees awarded in India,” they say.

A boon

The Corporate hospitals feel this will be a boon to them as they can find manpower for their patients, mainly as part of health tourism packages. Also to benefit, of late, will be a couple of companies which work in health-care outsourcing where, for instance, a doctor sitting in India will give expert opinion about the CT scan taken of a patient in a U.S. hospital. These companies need doctors with the U.S. Medical Board certification.

Also, the U.K. has recently imposed restrictions on providing resident visas for persons from other countries under the highly skilled migrant programme under which doctors come. The restriction is for new entrants to the programme which is for five years after which a resident visa is given. The best brains from the country opt for this programme and this restriction may prompt people to come back to the country with foreign medical degrees. This recognition will make their practice in the country a lot easier.
PRABAGARAN
Sat, 19 Nov 2016 12:50 EST
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whether aau medical college is recognized by MCI and WHO?if its not recognized when it will be made .and what about the infra structure of the college and its construction and plz mail the answer to the mail id sathishrma@gmail.com

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