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Medical Science: National Medical Commission Bill's History and Feature



Medical Science:  National Medical Commission Bill's History, Medical medicine, homoeopathy, Ayurveda, Greek, Ayush Doctors and Modern Medicine

Under the National Medical Commission Bill, there is a provision for making four autonomous boards. In which 25 member National Medical Commission will be on top of this structure. That is, the NMC will be a 25-member organization consisting of one president, one member secretary, eight ex-officio members and 10 part-time members.

The work of this commission will be to see undergraduate and postgraduate education, as well as the recognition of medical institutions and the arrangements for the registration of doctors.

In this commission, there will be a nominated chairman and member of the government while members in boards will be searched by the search committee. It will be made under the supervision of the Cabinet Secretary. We all know that this bill was kept by Health Minister JP Nadda in Lok Sabha and due to some changes, it has been sent to the Standing Committee.

If this bill is passed then the first 15% seats in private medical colleges were decided by the management, but according to the new bill now, management will be able to fix the fee of 40 per cent seats. According to KK Agarwal, former president of IMA, alternative medical medicine, homoeopathy, Ayurveda, Greek, Ayush Doctors, will also be allowed to practice Modern Medicine, through the Bridge Course Proposal.


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