Ahmedabad: The Gujarat Medical Council has written a letter to the National Medical Commission (NMC) in search of clarification on complaints from medical college students who’ve finished their MBBS from the Philippines.
Sources mentioned that not too long ago the NMC issued everlasting registration numbers to June 2022 batch of scholars who returned to India after finishing their MBBS from the Philippines. However, the December 2022 batch of scholars who studied in the identical nation and identical schools haven’t been issued everlasting registration numbers but.
Sources mentioned that these college students who’ve accomplished their MBBS from Philippines earlier than November 18, 2021 do not need to do one-year internship after they return to India.
However, this rule doesn’t apply to the scholars who’ve returned to India in 2022. The college students have made a number of complaints to the Gujarat Medical Council saying that they haven’t been issued everlasting registration numbers and due to that they cannot register themselves for postgraduation exams.
The college students mentioned that there’s a disparity within the rule which needs to be solved instantly. GMC sources mentioned that the disparity is within the NMC guidelines for which they’ve sought clarification and can be capable to situation everlasting registration numbers solely after getting a response from the NMC.