J&KSA demands grant of registration to Bangladesh returned MBBS students

J&KSA demands grant of registration to Bangladesh returned MBBS students


Srinagar, Jan 06: J&K Students Association Friday urged Chairman of National Medical Commission (MNC), Dr. Suresh Chandra Sharma, to grant registration to J&K students of the 2015-16 session who have pursued their MBBS from Bangladesh without requiring them to undergo 2 years of internship, because even though they attended online classes upon their return to India due to outbreak of covid-19, but they appeared in offline exams and also attended clinical classes (for 4 months) physically in Bangladesh. 
   
The National Spokesperson of the Association Ummar Jamal requested LG Manoj Sinha to take up the matter with National Medical Commission for earliest redressal. 

“Online classes were compensated with offline classes after their return. The notice of the same has been issued by the Deans of the Universities. The issue regarding granting of permanent registration to Bangladesh medical graduates enrolled as Medical students in Bangladesh for 2015-16 session is a grave concern that needs to be redressed on merit as the said students are unable to pursue any further examination without getting their permanent registration & have already missed the previous NEET-PG due to this compensatory extension,” the spokesperson said. [KNT]

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