2018 may get Nation a ‘Neat’ Regulator for Medical Education

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2018 may get Nation a ‘Neat’ Regulator for Medical Education


New Delhi: Medical Education System in India has been like a patient etherized upon the table, waiting to be operated upon for quite a while.

National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill seeks to change this. The die has been cast, with cabinet nod to the draft bill on December 15, expected to be passed in the parliament during ongoing winter session.

The entrenched clique of doctors, seeking to perpetuate the incumbent regulator i.e. MCI, is pulling out all stops to stall the much needed overhaul of the decadent medical education system. The agents of status quoits have been seen prowling in parliament to send the bill packing to cold storage.

NMC seeks to dismantle the vice like grip of a cabal of doctors on the outgoing regulatory body. The new body, after being signed into a law, would include a lot of non medics and nominated members far outweighing the number of doctors. Patients’ interest in a nation is well served only when there is an honest and transparent medical regulatory body. The regulator is entrusted with the licensing of medical colleges , creating curriculum, enforcing medical ethics, giving licenses to the doctors, regulate their practice, probe cases of medical negligence and protection of patient rights. MCI miserably failed in its aforesaid duty resulting into medical education gone haywire.

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