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Centre Of Healing helping the needy people during Covid

Swati Sawhney, Founding Member – Centre of healing

Centre of healing has put their foots forward to help the people during this pandemic as the underprivileged and homeless habitants of the small towns and villages are unable to procure healthcare services. This organization promotes the cause of education amongst unprivileged children. The people behind the Centre of healing organization have envision children and women to be the building blocks of the future. Centre of healing organization is extending their support to the marginalized, by assuring that their team workers stand at the first line of the defense. These activities involve the distribution of Ration Relief kits, Cooked Meals, Personal Protect etc. all across. Talking about the initiative, Ms. Swati Sawhney, Founding Member – Centre of healing said, “We at Centre of Healing are committed to continuing our fight against hunger, so we’re keeping our programmes running through this new crisis. Even with travel restrictions and lockdown, we’re in some of the hardest to reach places ensuring children and their families receive the vital care they need.”

Ashok Acharya reveals his predictions on India coping up with the pandemic

Astrologer Ashok Acharya

Delhi based political and Celebrity Astrologer Ashok Acharya, has revealed his predictions regarding the ongoing Covid induced pandemic. His predictions states that the only idea that would be beneficial in coping up with the pandemic is ‘Global Cooperation’ He said, “As the world tackles the social and economic crisis accompanying the heat of Covid-19, we must understand the domestic and international consequences that would intensify the already uncertain global relations. This is a test of global governance. India needs to identify its allies and build a strong relationship with the ones which are offering to aid.” He further added, predicts, “Planetary positions indicate recovery in India will quicken pace by the end of May to the beginning of June. Governments around the globe need to realise the enormity of the task and join hands in World Health and Peace. Local, State and Central government needs to work as a single team, in order to achieve maximum efficacy. In addition, every citizen must do their part in getting vaccinated at the earliest.” Astrolger Acharya is the Director of Ashok Foundation, serving people since 1990. He has completed countless researches and is a highly practiced professional in the fields of Astrology, Numerology, Vastu Shastra, Spiritual Healing, Yoga and Meditation.

FMGs Candidate not given chance to treat Covid patients

Mr. Gaurav Tyagi, Founder- Career Xpert

Amid the crisis more than 70,000 Foreign Medical Graduates are looking forward to getting themselves enrolled in internships. The new draft of regulations for FMGs has been released by the National Medical Council (NMC) stating that no license will be allowed to obtain till they fulfill the eligibility criteria. The Service Doctors and Post-Graduates Association (SDPGA) has appealed to the State government to post foreign medical graduates, on duty in government and private medical college hospitals. Various politicians like Hema Malini, Yogi Adityanath, Nitin Gadkari, etc. also urged Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan to allow foreign medical graduates without going into formalities to treat COVID-19 patients. Due to an unprecedented rise in Covid-19 cases and the acute shortage of trained medical professionals several foreign medical graduates had expressed willingness to work in Covid-19 wards. However, they are not permitted to work as doctors in India unless they pass the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination. Almost 20,000 foreign medical graduates approached the government to allow them to work as doctors without the mandatory bridge exam that they otherwise have to clear to practice in India. Although as per government there is a reason why FMGE is mandatory. Because more than 80 percent of these graduates are unable to pass the test, which means they are not fit to practice. The Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) is a screening test conducted by the National Board of Examination for Indians who graduated from an MBBS programme in an international educational institution. FMGE has been designed to qualify and provide a valid license to medical graduates who wish to practice medicine anywhere in India legally. The screening test is a compulsory step that all foreign UG and PG medical graduates are required to clear in India

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