The National Medical Commission (NMC) has encouraged Indian medical students seeking admission to medical colleges in Kyrgyzstan and other foreign countries not to disregard supervisory, regulatory, and infrastructural difficulties.
This advisory is part ofFebruary 18, 2022 guideline for students who desire to apply for registration to practise allopathy in India after enrolling in medical schools in Kyrgyzstan or another foreign nation.
The NMC stated in an official notice issued on Friday that it had come to the Ministry of External Affairs' attention that a few new medical colleges had been launched in Kyrgyzstan in the last year, with nearly two hundred Indian students already enrolled in these institutions without a single Kyrgyz student.
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Kerala accounts for a sizable proportion of the country's international medical graduate students. This ruling is significant in light of the growing desire for a system to assist students seeking to enrol in medical schools overseas.
It went on to say that any prospective student should be informed that these schools may have various supervisory, regulatory, and infrastructural difficulties that should not be neglected before enrolling.
Students are also encouraged to read the FMGE Regulations, 2021 of the National Medical Commission before applying to or intending to attend any institutions in Kyrgyzstan or any other foreign nation."
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According to a report from NMC, medical aspirants should perform "exercise due diligence" before applying to MBBS programs in China or anywhere else. In light of the foregoing, students are urged to take caution when deciding where to pursue medical education abroad.
Source: The Times of India
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