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Medical Council of India opposes Recognition of Overseas Courses
Medical Council of India has opposed the Central Government’s move to recognise specialists who have completed postgraduate medical studies in UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, said the chairman, post graduate committee, Medical Council of India. Dr Indrajit Ray.
Speaking to reporters here today on the sidelines of a seminar hosted by Annamalai University Ray said that the Central Government had decided to colleges in the country.
Doctors in corporate hospitals would not be able to do justice’ to their profession if the hospitals start medical colleges.
Patients get admitted into private hospitals with the hope that they would be treated by specialists and not by students, undergoing training, Ray said.
Ray said that the MCI has proposed to introduce uniform policy in regulating medical colleges and research institutions in the country.
However, the Central Government has planned to introduce dual policy in regulating the Medical Colleges.
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