NMC said that the Medical Assessment and Rating Board has noticed some medical colleges not allowing the assessors from NMC to do their duty.
Abhiraj P | August 25, 2022 | 06:22 PM IST
NEW DELHI: The National Medical Commission (NMC) has warned the medical colleges of actions including non-processing of their applications if they disallow the assessors from the NMC Medical Assessment and Rating Board (MARB) to do their duty.
In a public notice released by the NMC, it said that the MARB has noticed some medical colleges not allowing the assessors from NMC to do their duty. " The assessors will continue inspection irrespective of the status of any pending applications or their withdrawal. Failure to comply with this notice will invite actions including non-processing of all their applications for that academic year," said the notice from NMC.
Medical colleges can contact NMC for any related queries on the email email@example.com for undergraduate courses and firstname.lastname@example.org for postgraduate courses. NMC further informed that the earlier notice released on August 24 was withdrawn. The notice spoke about the applications from medical colleges for non processing of colleges who have withdrawn their applications.
NMC recently issued recommendations to solve LGBTQIA+ issues by introducing changes to the Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) curriculum, and sent the recommendations to all medical colleges and institutes and medical education boards. Modifications in the competencies of forensic medicine subjects and psychiatric topics were in the recommendations.
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