The National Medical Commission (NMC) has approved strict rules for those who are seeking medical degrees from overseas. According to the new regulations, only students who have completed their medical studies in English or other foreign languages will be recognized by the country. This government decision will be a huge loss to students going to medical school in Russia as well as China. Every year, more than 10000 students travel to these countries to study medicine. The majority of them are studying medicine in Russian as well as Chinese languages. In the event of implementation of the new rules, the degrees they earned will not be recognized in the country.
The National Medical Commission (NMC) has approved strict rules for medical students who seek degrees from overseas. The new regulations allow medical students from overseas to study only via the English medium.
These conditions must also be followed: NMC is also adding more requirements to its program that are required to ensure that the course is recognized as medically appropriate in the country where the student is undergoing medical training. For instance, if a student is applying to obtain a license in India having a medical license from China and China, then he will be able to obtain medical certification in China too. The NMC advised that students who study abroad must not spend longer than ten years to earn a medical certificate in any way.
NMC has issued a notice of Foreign Medical Graduate Licensing Rules 2021 in which a variety of new regulations have been added. Alongside English being the primary medium for medical education, a variety of other requirements have been established. For instance, the total duration of medical school cannot be shorter than 54 years. Once the course is completed the requirement will be that students complete an internship for 12 months at the same institution. The same is the case in other institutions as well. A list of subjects that are taught in the field of medicine has been created by NMC which is consistent with subject matter taught across India. The NMC stated that it is able to also examine the subjects that are taught in case of need. In addition, the National Medical Commission (NMC) has approved strict rules for medical students from overseas. The new regulations allow medical students from overseas to study only via the English medium.
Conclusion: The new rules state that students will need to complete another 12-month internship within the country once they come home. In addition, there will be a requirement to take the exit test or its equivalent test. Once they have passed, they will be granted permanent recognition within the country for medical procedures.
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