- Around 1 lakh PGMEE aspirants appear for various PG entrance examinations every year while those who actually make it lie between the percentage of 10 and 15 due to increasing competition.
- The competition is going to be tougher from this year onwards as the National Board will start conducting a single examination throughout India, which will demolish the current scenario of State Entrance Examinations.
- The students have a Herculean task of going through the major textbooks and the trending PGMEE preparation manuals/books as well and that too in a very limited time.
- But Remember: “There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure”
Need for New SARP Series
- The intention behind developing New SARP Series is not to substitute any of your textbooks. This series is a unique collection intended to keep you abreast with the latest ongoing trends and topics that are being asked in recent examinations. New SARP Series will give an extra edge to your preparation by helping you revise each subject in not more than 15 days. This series will be your companion during the 11th Hour of your preparation when browsing through the voluminous textbooks is not possible.
- Easy to carry
- A concise yet comprehensive handbook for last minute revision
- All in one book for Medical PG Aspirants & FMGE Students
- First short & Illustrative book in Ophthalmology
- Important Theory based on latest examination topics covered
- 1000+ Recent Examination Qs with Explanations
- Good Number of easy to remember Mnemonics
- Latest updates from Khurana's 6th Edition
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|About the Author||
Gobind Rai Garg did his MBBS and MD (Pharmacology) from University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India. He was amongst the toppers and got a Gold Medal in Community Medicine. He has written many books and papers. He is currently working as the Director of "Ayush Institute of Medical Sciences" and is involved in teaching Pharmacology to the undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Sparsh Gupta did his MBBS and MD (Pharmacology) from University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India. He was brilliant student in MBBS and MD, and got a Gold Medal in Forensic Medicine. He was topper of UPSC (teaching specialist, Pharmacology) and is presently involved in teaching the undergraduate and postgraduate students.