National Medical Commission Bill Current Affairs, GK & News
On September 25, 2020, the National Medical Commission began its operation. The Commission has replaced Medical Council of India. It is now the apex regulator of medical education and profession. Highlights The MCI was replaced with the NMC based on the recommendation made by NITI Aayog. Earlier, the planning commission had also made similar recommendations. ..
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Professor Suresh Chandra Sharma was appointed as the first Chairman of the National Medical Commission on Thursday, 2nd January 2020. The National Medical Commission will replace the Medical Council of India on 14th October 2019 as the medical education regulator in India after the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind on 8th august 2019 gave ..
Topics: All India Institutes of Medical Sciences • Medical Council of India • National Medical Commission • National Medical Commission Bill • President of India • Ram Nath Kovind • Suresh Chandra Sharma
President Ramnath Kovind has a signed the National Medical Commission Bill 2019 approved by both the houses of the parliament to reform the medical sector in India with the focus on reforming medical education. Features of the Act The Act seeks to repeal the Indian Medical Council Act 1956. The Act seeks to replace the ..
Topics: Indian Medical Council • Indian Medical Council Act 1956 • Institutes of National Importance • Medical Assessment and Rating Board • National Medical Commission • National Medical Commission Bill • NEET • NEXT • Postgraduate Medical Education Board • Undergraduate Medical Education Board
The features of the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill, 2019 passed by the Lok Sabha are listed below: The bill amends the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 which provides for setting up the Medical Council of India (MCI) which regulates medical education and practice. The bill replaces the Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Second Ordinance, 2019. ..
The government think tank Niti Ayog has unveiled the Strategy for New India @ 75 which define clear objectives for 2022-23. The strategy document with 41 chapters has been disaggregated under four sections, which are: Drivers, Infrastructure, Inclusion and Governance. The document makes the recommendations related to the health sector under the Drivers section. Strategy for New ..
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