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NMC Allows Due Recognition To Medical Colleges For MBBS Admissions
New Delhi: In consonance with the NEET 2022 admission schedule and permission requests, the National Medical Commission (NMC) has allowed all pending recognition and continuation of recognition to medical colleges for MBBS seats. With this move, the NMC has granted permission for MBBS admissions this academic year, for the same number of seats, as the medical colleges made admissions...
New Delhi: In consonance with the NEET 2022 admission schedule and permission requests, the National Medical Commission (NMC) has allowed all pending recognition and continuation of recognition to medical colleges for MBBS seats. With this move, the NMC has granted permission for MBBS admissions this academic year, for the same number of seats, as the medical colleges made admissions last academic year of 2021-2022.
Earlier in September, after the declaration of NEET 2022 results, the NMC had allowed the due renewal of permission and recognition or continuation of recognition to all medical colleges based on a sworn affidavit for the academic year 2022-2023 duly signed by the medical colleges' authorities. However, the NMC warned the institutes that surprise inspections would be conducted as per their track record and decisions will be taken according to the assessment reports.
"The medical colleges, their recognition and continuation of recognition are due, for all of them, it has been decided to give recognition and continuation or recognition on the basis of sworn affidavit for the academic year 2022-23," the notification released by the NMC had mentioned.
"However, random surprise inspections may be carried out on the basis of the track record of the medical colleges for the Academic Year 2022-2023 and on the basis of the inspection reports decision will be taken, the NMC further stated.
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The apex regulator had withdrawn the said notification a few weeks later, declaring that the public notice "seeking sworn affidavit for the purpose of recognition and continuation of recognition for the Academic Year 2022-23 stands withdrawn."
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Now, allowing all pending recognitions, the NMC stated:
"Those colleges whose recognition and continuation of recognition are due, it has been decided to grant permission for MBBS admission for Academic Year 2022-2023, for the same number of seats admitted in Academic Year 2021-2022."
However, the colleges that have received disapproval from the NMC for this year's MBBS admissions are not eligible for permission.
"The colleges who have been denied any recognitions due to legal issue by NMC, cancellation of batch/stoppage of admission shall not be considered eligible for permission to admit MBBS students in Academic Year 2022-23."
To view the official NMC Notification, Click here
The NMC had recently released the academic calendar for the MBBS batch going to be admitted this year 2022-2023. Apart from MBBS dates, the NMC has also issued guidelines for the conduct of sessions for the batch.
According to the academic schedule for 2022–2023, the total duration for the MBBS course is 66 months. The first and second-year MBBS batches last for 13 months each. During the first 13 months - starting from November 15, 2022, to December 15, 2023, the UG students will be taught Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry subjects.
For the next 13 months, i.e., from December 16, 2023, to January 15, 2025, the students will study Pathology, Microbiology and Pharmacology.
In the third year, which will be of 10.5 months, Medicine & Toxicology and Community Medicine/PSM will be taught to the medicos. The fourth year will be the longest, as it would be of 17.5 months. During this period starting from December 2025 to May 2027, the candidates will learn the subjects of General Surgery, General Medicine, Pediatrics, and Obstetrics and Gynaecology, ENT, Ophthalmology.
Ultimately, as per the CRMI 2021 Regulations, the medicos will have to complete a one-year internship commencing from June 1, 2027, to May 31, 2028.
On December 16, 2023, the MBBS program's second year will begin.
The associated universities of the individual colleges would be able to choose their own vacation and exam dates in accordance with the academic sessions.
There will be no supplementary batches and the Yoga, family adoption program through village outreach will continue for 2021-22 batch.
The detailed guidelines and schedule for the 2022-23 batch of MBBS are as follows:
The academic calendar for the 2022-23 batch which shall commence on 15th November 22. "It may please be noted that vacations and examination schedules may be arranged as per the affiliated universities of the respective colleges."
The other broad guidelines are as mentioned below :
i. Electives- 2 blocks of 15 days each. to be adjusted by colleges for (a) pre/ paraclinical branches and (b) clinical branches.
ii. Supplementary Exams are to be conducted with a gap of 1 month from the regular exams and results are to be declared within 15 days.
iii. There shall be no supplementary batches.
iv. The remaining rules and regulations shall be as per GM R 1997.
v. Yoga, Family adoption program through village outreach shall continue as for 2021-22 batch.
ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR MBBS BATCH (2022-23)
|Professional year||Time frame||Subjects||Months (Teaching + Exam +results)|
|1st||15th Nov 22 to 15th Dec 23||Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry||13 months|
|2nd||16 Dec 23 to 15th Jan 25||Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology||13 months|
|3rd(III-part-1)||16th Jan 25 to 30th Nov 25|
For Medical and Toxicology and Community Medicine/ PSM
|4th(III-part-2)||Dec 25 to May 27|
General Surgery, General Medical, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, ENT, Ophthalmology
|Internship||1st Jun 27 - 31st May 28||As per CRMI 2021 Regulations||12 months|
|PG||1st Jul 28|
To view the official Notice, Click here: https://medicaldialogues.in/pdf_upload/20221012060039-187772.pdf
Medical Counselling Committee, MCC has activated the link for NEET UG 2022 Counselling registrations. Candidates who have appeared and qualified in the NEET 2022 Exam can now submit their registrations for the NEET UG Counselling process on the official website – MCC.nic.in.
As per the MCC schedule, 1st round of counselling will take place from 11th October to 20th October for both AIQ and Deemed and Central Institutes, while the state counselling 1st round will take place from 17th October 2022- 28th October. The last date of Joining for AIQ and Deemed and Central Institutes for this round will be 28th October, with a similar date standing for 4th October, 2022 for State Counseling.
Thereafter, the second round of counselling for AIQ/Deemed+ Central Institutes will take place from 2nd November 2022, to 10th November, 2022 while the second round of state counselling will take place on 7th November, 2022 –18th November, 2022. The last dates of joining for this round will be 18th November for AIQ and Central and Deemed Institutes as well as 21st November, 2022 for the State counselling.
Thereafter Mop up Round of Counselling will be held which will take place from 23rd November, 2022 –1st December, 2022 for AIQ/Deemed/Central Institutes and between 6th December, 2022- 12th December, 2022 for States. The last date of joining for mop-up round has been set at 10th December, 2022 for AIQ/Deemed/Central Institutes and 16th December for State counselling.
Finally, the stray vacancy round for AIQ/Deemed/Central Institutes will take place from 12th December, 2022 to 14th December, 2022 after which the Forwarding the list of students in order of merit equaling to Ten times the number of vacant seat to the Medical Colleges by the Counselling Authority to the Deemed University for Stray Vacancy Round will take place on 14th December, 2022
The final last date of joining is set at 20th December, 2022 while the academic session will commence on 15th November, 2022.
Garima joined Medical Dialogues in the year 2017 and is currently working as a Senior Editor. She looks after all the Healthcare news pertaining to Medico-legal cases, MCI/DCI decisions, Medical Education issues, government policies as well as all the news and updates concerning Medical and Dental Colleges in India. She is a graduate from Delhi University and pursuing MA in Journalism and Mass Communication. She can be contacted at email@example.com Contact no. 011-43720751