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National Medical Commission Bill, 2017 gets Cabinet nod


The Union Cabinet has approved National Medical Commission Bill, 2017

It will replace the Medical Council, 1956 Act and enable a forward movement in medical education reform.

The bill is aims at bringing reforms in medical education sector of the country which has been under scrutiny for corruption and unethical practices.

The bill replaces existing apex medical education regulator Medical Council of India (MCI) with National Medical Council (NMC), a new body to ensure transparency. 

It empowers NMC to lay down policies for maintaining high quality and high standards in medical education and make necessary regulations in this behalf and ensure coordination among Autonomous Boards.

It provides for constitution of four autonomous boards entrusted with conducting undergraduate and postgraduate education, assessment and accreditation of medical institutions and registration of practitioners under NMC.

The commission will have 25-members including Chairman and Member Secretary. 

It will have 12 ex-officio members and 11-part-time members of which five will be doctors elected to the commission. 

The selected members will be picked by a search committee headed by Cabinet Secretary.

The bill proposes a common entrance exam and national licentiate examination which every candidate, who completes five years of MMBS course need to clear to become medical practitioner or get entry into post-graduation studies. This examination will also bring those students who do medical education from abroad at par with those who graduate from Indian institutions.

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