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Professional Institute of Medical Excellence, gives an excellent opportunity to lay a strong foundation for all the Second professional subjects including Microbiology at unbelievably low prices.   One requires a lot of practice to clear competitive exams such as NEET...

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Total Databank Questions 4300+
Questions per test 50 Questions / Test
Test Duration Flexible
Explanations for MCQ's Available
Performance Progress/Evaluation Available
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Professional Institute of Medical Excellence, gives an excellent opportunity to lay a strong foundation for all the Second professional subjects including Microbiology at unbelievably low prices.


One requires a lot of practice to clear competitive exams such as NEET-PG, FMGE, AIIMS, USMLE etc. and therefore a strong foundation for Microbiology plays an extremely pivotal role. This will help lay a wonderful platform for your medical knowledge understanding and career in the long run, the importance of which can only be realised at a later stage.


Every time a mock test is taken a set of 50 questions will be displayed on the screen. The questions are selected intelligently by the system so that there is minimum repetition and the doctor sees questions which he/she has not attempted / wrongly attempted before. As we have a huge database (continuously growing) the possibility of repeat questions is minimum.


Microbiology Overview:


Micro-organisms existed long before man and we have had to adapt to live in an environment where they are far more abundant. Many micro-organisms do not normally cause disease in man, existing in a state of either Commensalism, where there is little or no benefit or harm to man, or in Mutualism, where there is some benefit gained by both partners. This non-harmful balance exists when the immune system works well, but these same organisms can cause infection when the latter fails; then behave like Pathogens. Infection is the invasion or colonisation of the body by pathogenic organisms. Disease results when this results in a change of the state of health. The manner by which the disease develops is called Pathogenesis. Microbiology is a rapid growing and changing subject: new organism is constantly being identified and our understanding of the pathogenic potential of recognized pathogens is being expanded. Over the years there is substantial rise in numbers of hepatitis C patients; 216,000 people in the UK are now thought to be infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) according to the UK Health Protection Agency (HPA). The disease can take decades to manifest itself; although it is thought up to one in five people recover naturally in the first six months after contact. Symptoms include fatigue, weight loss, nausea, flu-like symptoms, problems concentrating, abdominal pain and jaundice.


Immunology is the study of our protection from foreign macromolecules or invading organisms and our responses to them. These invaders include viruses, bacteria, protozoa or even larger parasites. In addition, we develop immune responses against our own proteins (and other molecules) in autoimmunity and against our own aberrant cells in tumor immunity. Infection and Immunity (IAI) provides new insights into the interactions between bacterial, fungal and parasitic pathogens and their hosts. Specific areas of interest include mechanisms of molecular pathogenesis, virulence factors, cellular microbiology, experimental models of infection, host resistance or susceptibility, and the generation of innate and adaptive immune responses.


  • We present 4300+ MCQ’s with answers and explanation relating to different microbes, viruses, fungi, parasites, human immune systems, nosocomial infections and sterilization methodologies.
  • The topics covered include General Aspects of Microbiology, Host Pathogen Interaction, Bacteria’s as Human Pathogens, Mycology & Parasitology, Viruses as human Pathogens, Nosocomial Infection, Sterilization, Clinical Infectious Disease, Organ System Infections – Cardiology, Dermatology, Eye/ENT, GIT and Liver, Respiratory Tract, Hematological, Urinary Tract, Sepsis, Identifying Infection and Laboratory Diagnosis, Cells of Immune System, Processing of Antigen, Mechanics of Cellular and Humeral Immunity, The Lymphatic System, Immune Deficient Disorder and Histo-Compatibility, Vaccination and Immunotherapy.
  • Targeting post graduation Bio Chemistry know how emphasizes 5 to10 MCQs in various post graduate residency entrance examinations in India – such as NEET-PG, AIIMS, AIPGMEE, PGI, MCI- FMGE and about 8 to 11 % of USMLE part 1 MCQs.
  • Acquiring in depth knowledge of microbiology immunology helps understanding the mechanics of body in health and disease to all doctors in general and Intensive Care Anesthesiologist, Internist, Family Physician, Orthopedician, Nephrologist, Oncologist in particular.
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