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National Medical Updates

  • Jaipur: JK Lon hospital launches ‘Atlas’ of rare diseases which included 75 rare disease cases who were worked up and diagnosed at Rare Disease centre, J K Lon Hospital, Jaipur like Progeria and Ataxia telangiectasia. Rare diseases currently affect 3.5% – 5.9% of the worldwide population.
  • Researchers in Microbiology and Cell Biology of the country’s premier research institute, Indian Institute of Sciences (IISc) have found a new, faster and more efficient way to detect whether a person has active Tuberculosis (TB) by using their immune response to certain proteins unique to the TB bacilli.
  • The new research was published in the Clinical Infectious Diseases journal published by Oxford University Press, London in its latest edition
  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences has decided to conduct the virtual autopsy, wherever possible. Under this process, the body is packed in a bag and put in a CT scan machine. The images obtained can be analyzed by forensic experts.
  • The Phase 1 human clinical trials of Hyderabad-based vaccine maker Bharat Biotech Intranasal Covid-19 vaccine, codenamed BBV154, have commenced at some of the selected sites that include Hyderabad and Nagpur, Patna, Chennai.

New Guidelines

  • Those who take the Covid-19 vaccine cannot donate blood for nearly two months. The National Blood Transfusion Council (NBTC) has recently released guidelines stating that one cannot donate blood from the day of taking the first dose of the vaccine till 28 days after the second dose (Notification issued on 5th March 2021).

International Medical Updates

  • The United States has notified that India has been added to the list of countries that have been affected by African swine fever, imposing restrictions on the import of pork and pork products from the country.
  • Russia’s RDIF sovereign wealth fund had reached an agreement with India’s Virchow Biotech to produce up to 200 million doses a year of the Sputnik V vaccine in India.
  • Drug major Lupin has launched Nitazoxanide tablets (500 mg), a generic version to be used to treat diarrhoea, in the US market. These are indicated in the treatment of diarrhoea caused by Giardia lamblia or Cryptosporidium parvum in patients 12 years of age and older.

DBMCI / eGurukul Updates


 Past Events

  • Announced FMGE Test Series last month where the students who are targeting FMGE June 2021 have a golden opportunity to boost their preparation. 32 tests including 1500+ questions, and answer keys with detailed explanations will help you to improve your score.
  • We introduced eGurukul Prof-wise courses, here you can prepare for NEXT with clinical videos and question banks as per your prof. 
  • DBMCI & eGurukul was celebrating the Admission Festival last month on Advance pack & DBMCI LIVE courses. The offer is still LIVE so make your study group and avail huge benefits. 
  • DBMCI is extremely proud to inform you that GCLT 2 (on 14th March 2021) conducted in 50 cities of India has been a huge success.

Ongoing Plans

  • Since you hadn’t visited clinics in 2020, DBMCI gurus offer Clinics Virtually to bridge the gap between you and clinics.
  • To help you analyse and learn real-life technique based procedure, added Practical Videos in eGurukul 2.0 to provide you with practical exposure exclusively for 1st and 2nd prof students.
  • We announced the NEET-PG Rankers program this month on our official social media platforms. Where you have to guess the NEET PG 2021 ranker and win a cash prize of Rs. 5000 INR.
  • Introduced FINAL SPRINT on DBMCI LIVE App this month where India’s top-notch faculties will guide you through the most probable 1000 high yielding questions along with 20 tests based on the latest clinical pattern to boost your preparation for NEET-PG 2021. 

Upcoming Plans

  • This month, DBMCI is coming out with Smart Medicine. Summarised the 20th edition of Harrison into 300+ hours of video lectures by Dr. Mukesh Bhatia. 
  • Students facing issues like Internet connectivity & small screens. We designed brand new Pendrive Classes to minimize your strain and to help you to accomplish your dream. Now you can watch all the videos on the bigger screen – a laptop without internet.
  • Introducing eGurukul 2.0 Notes (Hardcopiesto cover the key points of the entire courseThe high-yielding crisp notes aid you to get armed with clinical questions and conceptual learning.

    Updates of the App

  • We add new videos every month to boost your preparation as per the curriculum. This month we added 146 new videos to the eGurukul app. And 217 new Golden Mantras have been uploaded in eGurukul 2.0 to amplify your preparation.
  • All the GTs are updated as per the latest pattern.

       Recent Blogs 

  • Integrated study for NEXT and its importance for PG Preparation – 1st Mar 2021
  • How to Study Pathology? – 15th Mar 2021
  • eGurukul app for NEXT preparation – A Detailed Overview – 18th Mar  2021
  • How to study in first-year MBBS? – 20th Mar 2021

 Visit https://dbmci.com/blog/knowledge-feed/  to read more blogs.


  Schedule of Batches

  • Fundamental Batch –  2nd, 12th, 15th & 19th April.
  • Pre- Foundation Batch – 1st &15th April.
  • Foundation Batch – 5th & 19th April. 
  • Regular Batch – 2nd & 29th April.

   Schedule of Test Series

  • Grand Test 203 – 04th April 2021
  • SWT – Anatomy – 11th April 2021
  • SWT- Biochemistry – 25th April 2021

Contact Your Batch Buddy: 

Ms. Bhavna – 9625490870 – bhavna@dbmi.edu.in

For improving the student support system,  we are floating feedback form now twice a month. Please do fill to provide your feedback.


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