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National Medical Commission Exceeds Supreme Court's Deadline For College Inspection

Nov 12, 2021 Jeevan Prakash Sharma

While in 2016, SC had fixed May 31 as the last date to complete the process, several medical colleges that Outlook spoke to confirmed that the NMC’s inspection continued way beyond the deadline.

Changes In NEET-Super Speciality Exams From Next Year: Centre

Oct 06, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

The Centre informed the Supreme Court that the changes in the pattern of the NEET-Super Speciality examination will be implemented from next academic year 2022-23.


NMC’s Draft Regulation Discriminates Against Foreign Medical Graduates

To meet the challenges posed by Covid, health infrastructure is required to be augmented rapidly. Some estimates suggest that there are about 100, 000 foreign medical graduates (FMGs) in the country.

Law Violated By National Medical Commission In Framing Norms For MBBS Admissions?

Dec 05, 2020 Jeevan Prakash Sharma

National Medical Commission must give 30 days time for state governments, medical professionals and the general public to give their views on the new MBBS admission rules. It has not done so.


National Medical Commission: Website ‘Flouts’ Law, Messes Up Organisational Structure

The NMC Act says that it is a 32-member body and all decisions will be made by voting of the majority of its members.

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