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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Medical qualifications awarded by institutions out side India and recognized by MCI are registered in

072. Medical qualifications awarded by institutions out side India and recognized by MCI are registered in:

1. First schedule of Indian Medical Council Act 1956

2. Second schedule of Indian Medical Council Act 1956

3. Part I of third schedule of Indian Medical Council Act 1956

4. Part II of third schedule of Indian Medical Council Act 1956

Answer

4. Part II of third schedule of Indian Medical Council Act 1956

Reference

Parikh 6th Edition Page 1.24

Apoorva Nandy 1st Edition Page 18

Reddy 17th Edition Page 21

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The Indian Medical Council maintains three schedules.

Ä The first schedule contains the list of different medical degrees offered by different Universities or Institutions inside India, which are recognized by the Council and Government of India

Ä The Second Schedule contains the list of medical degrees conferred outside India and are recognized by the Medical Council of India and Government of India

Ä The Third Schedule has two parts

o Part A of the third schedule contains the list of medical qualifications conferred by Indian Universities or Institutions but not yet included in the First Schedule.

o Part B of the third schedule includes the list of standard medical qualifications of foreign countries which are recognized when Indian citizens possess the qualifications

Explanation

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If an Indian national obtains a foreign qualification which is not included in part II of THrid Schedule, he can apply to the Central government. The candidate is required to provide full information with regard to the course of study, syllabus, and duration of course etc. This is forwarded to IMC which has authority to enter into negotiations with any of the medical councils of the foreign countries and can recognize such foreign qualifications on reciprocal basis. The Central Government, may, by notification in the Official Gazette, amend the part II of the Third Schedule so as to include such qualification there in

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Dr.B.C.Roy was the first Indian to be the president of MCI in 1939. Hope you all know about B.C.Roy. His birthday July 1st is being observed as Doctors Day

2 comments:

  1. please clarify whether pg qualification taken outside india in tbilisi state medical university is considered by mci
    what is the validity of schedule under mci at after amendment in 2002 regulation

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  2. i wanna knw whether tibilisi state medical university (Georgia) is recognised by MCI

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