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This section contains blog posts dedicated to helping students get through FCPS Examination. You will also find tips and guidelines from senior students.

How to write Dissertation?

General Information:
Dissertation is a detailed discourse on a subject especially submitted for a higher degree in a University (Oxford Dictionary). The CPSP dissertation is a document that contains relevant details of the research work conducted by the fellowship trainee relating to the problem selected. The objective of writing a dissertation is to develop skills in fellowship trainees for:

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Notification of CME Hours by PM&DC for Medical and Dental Practitioners

PM&DC has recalled its earliest decision of submission of CME Hours at the time of renewal.

All Medical and Dental Practitioners All registered Medical / Dental Practitioners are informed that PM&DC has recalled its earlier decision of submission of CME hours at the time of renewal. The same amnesty has been given till December 2015. Upon provision of an affidavit, from 1st June 2015, renewal of registration shall be extended without CME certificate. Doctor has to submit year wise CME contact hours i.e. 15 hours per year for GPs and 30 hours/contact hours for specialist’s i.e for year 2015 and onwards. It is mandatory for all the doctors to submit this affidavit stating that they shall be duty bound to submit their CME and can be downloaded from PM&DC website along with renewal form II.

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Possible Short Course Pattern for New Students of FCPS Part 1

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There are many new students who ask about the pattern of study, about the important Topics and Time.  Some students ask about the Topics to be covered as many students do waste their time by going through irrelevant Topics. So this article is mainly for all those students who are new and confused about their study.

Revision: 

First of all i will mention that you have to revise your course “Three” times, so divide your subjects in such an order so that you can manage to revise all your course “Three” times.

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