Doctors denied registration after completion of DMRE course, HC notice to NMC, MP Medical Council

Published On 2022-05-21 08:39 GMT   |   Update On 2022-05-21 08:39 GMT

Jabalpur: While considering a plea by doctors, who claimed that despite completion of the Diploma in Medical Radiology & Electrology (DMRE) course they were denied registration by the authorities, the Principal bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court at Jabalpur has recently issued notice to the apex medical regulator NMC, the State Medical Council and both the Central and...

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Jabalpur: While considering a plea by doctors, who claimed that despite completion of the Diploma in Medical Radiology & Electrology (DMRE) course they were denied registration by the authorities, the Principal bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court at Jabalpur has recently issued notice to the apex medical regulator NMC, the State Medical Council and both the Central and State Governments.

Listing the matter for further hearing after the Summer Vacation the bench comprising of Justices Vivek Agarwal and Vishal Dhagat directed all the four respondents to file their reply, if any.

"Respondents to file the reply, if any. List the case after summer vacation along with WP No. 10692/2022," read the order.

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As per the latest media report by the Free Press Journal, appearing on the behalf of the petitioner doctor, Advocate Aditya Sanghi submitted before the court, "MBBS pass out doctors have completed DMRE radiology course from Mumbai-based Physicians and Surgeons Mumbai (CPS) college, which is recognised by medical councils of various states."

"Even Madhya Pradesh government had issued notifications twice, first in 2019 and then in 2020 regarding their registration. However, Madhya Pradesh Medical Council is yet to register them. Hundreds of doctors are moving from pillar to post for registration," the counsel further submitted.

On the other hand, the Registrar of the Madhya Pradesh Medical Council, Dr. Rajendra Kumar Nigam assured to look into the matter and stated before the court that there should not be any problem for registering additional qualification of DMRE courses.

At this outset, the counsel for the petitioner claimed before the court that the petitioner had been denied the opportunity of practicing with the additional qualification in the State of Madhya Pradesh.

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