#Breaking: MCI-BoG stands dissolved! NMC Act to be effective
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MOHFW notifies today that Board of Governors appointed under section 3A of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956) in supersession of the Medical Council of India shall stand dissolved. National Medical Commission (NMC) Act, 2019 to take over functioning with effect from the 25th of September 2020.

Dr. Suresh Chandra Sharma, retd. HoD, ENT, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi is appointed the Chairperson of the National Medical Commission, for a period of three years with effect from the 25th September 2020.

National Medical Commission Bill was in 2019 proposed to replace the Medical Council of India (MCI) with National Medical Commission which will be a central authority that will be responsible for regulating medical education in the country.

Read more at: http://egazette.nic.in/WriteReadData/2020/221940.pdf
http://egazette.nic.in/WriteReadData/2020/221943.pdf
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R●●●●●p G●●●h General Medicine
Next exam is going to formulated by NMC. The main moto of this exam is to maintain quality education in medical field.But all medical colleges are not getting same facilities in India and private medical college students are getting less patient exposure and there is not present of integrative classes then how they can handle the Next exam.I think that India is facing less doctors. If I think that the students of private medical college have minimum knowledges but still in India so many primary health centre are facing lack of doctor and so many peoples are dying due to lack of minimum treatment and so many pregnant mother are dying due to lack of doctor and health care facility in India is facing of less doctor and for that I think that minimum quality and minimum knowledge doctors of private college who getting admission in MBBS through huge money or capitation, they also read all 19 subjects throughout the MBBS course and they have to clear the university exam and have minimum knowledge to deal and to give minimum treatment to the village peoples through the primary heath centre. Please it is my request to all that primary health centres in India are facing lack of doctors. So more doctors are very essential in covid 19 situation also.Many doctors are dying for treating the covid patient. So much money is wasted to conduct the Next exam of the government. I think there is not necessary for license exam where there is so many lack of doctors. Govt is of the people, by the people, for the people and I think that Govt will think wisely that it is better with minimum knowledge doctor presence in every hospital than the hospital with one doctor or zero doctor. Health care facility is for all.... Read more
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Dr. L●●l S●●●●●a
Dr. L●●l S●●●●●a General Medicine
It is a very good step by the move of new law do cuocil perform better we hope.
Oct 1, 2020Like1
Dr. K●●●●●●h k●●●r K●●●●●i
Dr. K●●●●●●h k●●●r K●●●●●i Emergency Medicine
It' s a good step by Government to take a NEXT like common exam for all medical students clearing MBBS, either from Govt or Private medical colleges of India or Abroad to set a minimum standard for clearing MBBS and taking admission in Post graduate courses. I like it. 👍
Nov 27, 2020Like1