NMC issues common protocol for MBBS Yoga training programme to all medical colleges

To maintain symmetry in the Yoga training programme, Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga has developed a common protocol for all medical colleges.

NMC issues common protocol for MBBS Yoga training programme to all medical colleges Yoga training mandatory for MBBS students. (Representative image)
Anu Parthiban | May 4, 2022 - 10:30 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The National Medical Commission (NMC) has introduced YOGA training during foundation courses for a maximum of 1 hours every day for a period of 10 days beginning from June 12.

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In order to maintain symmetry in the YOGA training programme at all medical colleges in India, Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga under Ministry of AYUSH has developed a common YOGA protocol.

The NMC also urged all state governments, union territories, universities and medical colleges to initiate immediate action with regard to introduction of YOGA training programme for UG course curriculum from the current batch of MBBS students admitted in the month February-March 2022.

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The NMC said, “New Competency Based Medical Education for Undergraduate Course Curriculum has been implemented by National Medical Commission from the academic session 2021-22, wherein YOGA Training has been introduced during foundation course for maximum of 1 hours every day for a period of 10 days beginning from 12th June every year to be culminated on International YOGA Day i.e. 21th June, in all medical colleges across the Country.”

The common yoga protocol video resources can be accessed through following link.

Common yoga protocol- English - Click here

The detailed information and booklets are also available on the yoga portal of ministry of AYUSH at yoga.ayush. gov.in.


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