August 11, 2022

Health Bulletin 3/December/2021 – Medical Dialogues


Here are Top Health stories of the day

Appeals against NMC decision, Union Health Ministry spells out Appellate Mechanism
The medical colleges, denied approval from the National Medical Commission (NMC) for increasing its intake capacity or starting a new PG medical course now may appeal before the Central Government within 30 days of the NMC denial, stated the recent guidelines issued by the Union Health Ministry.
NMC, the apex medical education regulatory body in India has the supreme power to grant permission for setting up new medical colleges, approve an increase in the intake capacity of the medical colleges, give permission for starting a new PG medical course. Apart from these, NMC also grants recognition to the medical qualifications awarded by the Universities inside or outside India.
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Appeals Against NMC Decision, Union Health Ministry Spells Out Appellate Mechanism

NEET-PG 2021 counselling: RML Hospital to boycott all routine services today

South African traveller, Bengaluru doctor are India’s first Omicron patients

Supreme Court junks NEET Candidates plea alleging error in Hindi Version Question Paper
Observing that re-assessing the correctness of solutions would be beyond the remit of court, the Supreme Court has dismissed a plea by 22 NEET candidates who alleged that there were different solutions to the Hindi and English versions of Question No 2 of Section A in the Physics Paper.

Taking note of the fact that an expert committee had opined that there was no error, the top court bench comprising of Justices D.Y.Chandrachud, A.S.Bopanna, and Vikram Nath observed, “It would be beyond the remit of this Court to conduct an exercise of re-assessing the correctness of the solutions.”
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Supreme Court Junks NEET Candidates Plea Alleging Error In Hindi Version Question Paper


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