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free classes for students on vacation

Students who are pursuing MBBS courses in Foreign Universities & had come to India on vacations, can join my ongoing batches for FREE.

Subjects covered (at least): 

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Biochemistry

what to read for fmge

One should focus on all the three aspects of reading:

  1. Basic concise theoretical concepts
  2. Previous years MCQ bank
  3. Straight forward MCQs in one-liner format 

 

To address these three aspects, one can follow my books (no compulsion though):

  1. For Basic concise theoretical concepts: Read LMR series books (20 separate titles for 20 subjects)
  2. For Previous years MCQ bank: Read Self Assessment & Review of FMGE/ MCI Screening Exam 
  3. For Straight forward MCQs in one-liner format: Read MCQ points

FREE MEDICINE CLASSES

1. I am visiting Medical Universities abroad to teach Medicine, for FREE, to medical students in their medical school days (especially to exam-going batch). So that, when they come back to India for FMGE, they don't find the things tough & difficult to understand. Coordinate with your University administrators to make arrangements for this FREE Medicine class. I just need administrators permission & lecture hall. I will manage all my expenses by my own (though I will be more than happy, if students can manage for my travelling, staying & food expenses). Moreover, I don't need any money for these classes.

 

2. I would be taking FREE Medicine classes in Delhi also. (in the month of May & November) Those interested can leave a message as DELMED on my WhatsApp number. Since my classroom is small (seating capacity of 25 only), all aspirants would be assigned a study group. Allotment would be done on early come, early serve basis.

paid courses

OFFLINE E-POSTAL

  • Days of teaching: 3 days per week
  • Content of class:
    • Thursday: Short notes based on important topics
    • Monday: 50 one-liners
    • Thursday: 50 MCQs based test
  • Mode of teaching: PDF matter shared in WhatsApp group.
  • Fees: 1200 INR (To be paid at once). 
  • Books are NOT included in the fees. Books had to be purchased separately.
  • This course is FREE for my old students.

 

TEST & DISCUSSION + OFFLINE E-POSTAL

  • Day of test: Thursday
  • Duration of test & discussion: 1-2 hours
  • Duration of course: From day of joining till exam
  • Content of test: Subject wise, MCQs based test
  • Mode of teaching: Classroom & Online@Skype
  • Fees: 200 INR/ month for Classroom & 600 INR/ month for Online@Skype course.
  • Number of students in one batch: 25
  • Books are NOT included in the fees. Books had to be purchased separately.
  • FREE enrollment to E-postal course

 

THEORY + TEST & DISCUSSION + OFFLINE E-POSTAL (ALL IN ONE)

  • Days of teaching: Wednesday & Thursday (if needed, days of teaching can be increased up to 4 days a week)
  • Duration of class: 3-4 hours
  • Duration of course: From day of joining till exam
  • Content of class: Basic theoretical concepts focusing on NBE pattern MCQs.
  • Mode of teaching: Classroom & Online@Skype
  • Online@Skype course is reserved for my old students or their references.  
  • Fees: 2,500 INR/ month for Classroom & 5,000 INR/ month for Online@Skype course.
  • Number of students in one batch: 25
  • 50% OFF for my old students (who had previously joined classroom or Online@Skype course). Discount is NOT valid for previous batches E-postal or Test & Discussion students.
  • LMR series (all 20 titles) would be provided for FREE to Classroom students (Need to collect from Delhi classroom) & Online@Skype course students (They can get these books by paying courier charges). 
  • FREE enrollment to E-postal course + Test & Discussion course

 

Teaching plan for Theory classes:

  • Students are supposed to study by their own, from Friday to Tuesday.
  • The matter read by the students from Friday to Tuesday would be revised in classes (on Wednesday & Thursday). 
  • Class days can be increased depending on the volume of subject (up to a maximum of 4 days in a week).
  • This way, students would be put into a habit of self-study and would be forced to come prepared for the classes.
  • After 3-4 subjects are over, one week OFF would be given, so that students can revise the previously finished subjects in short.

schedule: june 2019 session

session & RESULTS

This list has been prepared with utmost honesty. Only those candidates are considered in the list, who studied in that particular session only. There are many students who joined in one session, didn't passed & then left the classes. And then they passed in next attempt without joining my classes. Such students are not considered in passing list of my students.  Some students come for few days but leave the classes in between. I would not count them as my students, even if they pass. I welcome any addition/ deletion to this list. I am sure, only addition can be done to this list :-)

 

2012

March 2012:

Number of successful students: 14

Batch topper: Shubhasish Maiti  (186)

September 2012:

Number of successful students: 49

Batch topper: Sabna (230)

 

2013

March 2013:

Number of successful students: 87

Batch topper: Harris (214)

September 2013:

Number of successful students: 73

Batch topper: Sandeep Chahar (203)

 

2014

June 2014:

Number of successful students: 10

Batch topper: ??

December 2014:

Number of successful students: 30 

Batch topper: Vishakh Gangadharan (191)

 

2015

June 2015:

Number of successful students: 38

Batch topper: Khushbu (190)

December 2015:

Number of successful students: 24

Batch topper: Nimisha (184)

 

2016

June 2016:

Number of successful students: 29

Batch topper: ??

December 2016:

Number of successful students: 16

Batch topper: Bala chandran (184)

 

2017

June 2017:

Number of successful students: 07

Batch topper: Sayonika Pratihaar (165)

December 2017:

Number of successful students: 21

Batch topper: Nishit Vadaviya (188)

 

2018

June 2018:

Number of successful students: 45

Batch topper: Poonam Sharma (200)

December 2018:

Number of successful students: 15

Batch topper: Nandini Bhattacharya (196)