NMC launches Online Monitoring System for PG medical admissions, directs Colleges to submit info
New Delhi: With an aim to monitor all the Postgraduate medical admission, the PG Medical Education Board of the National Medical Commission (NMC) has launched an online monitoring system.
For initiating this system which aims to ensure faithful adherence to the norms of admission, NMC has instructed all the medical colleges to submit requisite information through an online system that can be accessed through NMC website (http://www/nmc.org.in).
"You are required to submit the details of all the Students admitted PG (Broad & Super-specialty) during the current acacemic year 2021-22," NMC mentioned in the recent notice directed to the Principals/Deans of All Medical College and Institutes in India.
Referring to the online monitoring system, NMC added, "In order to effectively monitor that all admission made in courses of medicine are in conformity with the requirement of Regulations, an online monitoring system has been launch by the Commission. This initiative is made with the objective of ensuring faithful adherence to the norms of admission laid down in Regulations as also to further promote transparency and accountability in the medical education."
"Already existing login id is to be used for the purpose of logging in. Through this unique login id all the Medical colleges/ Institutions must submit the admission details of postgraduate student within 2 days of last date of admission of the candidates to the concerned Broad Super- Speciality courses beyond which the Colleges/ Institutions will not be allowed to enter the details of the students into Student Admission Online Monitoring System for this current academic year. This year Colleges/Institutes need not sent hardcopy of the data of admission in PG Courses. Data uploaded through the Student Admission Entry portal shall be the only data used for the purpose of monitoring students admission to PG courses. Hard Copies of student admission received by National Medical Commission Office will not be considered for the purpose of monitoring. No further extension of time will be given under any circumstances. However, if the login id is not functional or if the Medical College/Institutions are finding it difficult to login, an email may be sent to support. email@example.com with subject heading "Difficulty in logging in," NMC mentioned in its notice.
"Non receipt of this information within stipulated time will reflect on the recommendation to be made by the Commission for grant of permission/ recognition to the Colleges/ Institutions for that academic year and/or subsequent academic years," further read the notification.
For furnishing these documents, the colleges/institutes need to adhere to the following guidelines-
1. Please visit the NMC website home page by using the URL as https://www.nmcorg.in /and refer to the "COLLEGE LOGIN" section use the URL as https://www.nmc.org.in / ActivitiWebClient/login.
2. A login screen will be displayed.
3. Use the login credentials. Remember that the Password and the Unique ID are case sensitive. Provision is there to change the password by clicking on the "Forgot password" LINK. Pasword should be kept confidential.
The following details shall be captured in entry screen for Postgraduate student:-
i. Course Name
ii. Sanctioned intake capacity
a) No of recognized seats
b) No. of permitted seat (if all not recognized)
c) Total number of Seats
iii) Date of admission
iv) Last date for admission
v) Name of student with Registration No. & with which state medical council.
vii) Gender Male/ Female
viii) — National Eligibility -cum-Entrance Test
a) Percentile Score of NEET PG
b) All India Rank
c) State Rank
a) Stipend Paid (Yes/No)
b) If no, state reasons and send clarificatory documents with hard copy.
c) Stipend paid in amount
d) Stipend paid by Govt. Inst. in your State.
x) Name of the PG teacher under whom the students admitted.
"Kindly add the details of the Students according to the fields as mentioned above which will be available on the screen. Provision has been given to modify or delete any wrong entry within 02 days of last date of admission to Broad Super-specialty courses. No modifications will be allowed after the cutoff date," read the notice.
"The Commission may ask for other supportive documents like Caste certificate, details of competitive entrance exam etc. as and when required by the Post Graduate Medical Education Board (PGMEB). Please note that in case the number of seats in any postgraduate courses in NMC website showing "Zero" or "Dash" or course not being displayed then please submit the copy of NMC/MCI/Government of India, MoHFW letter with regard to number of seats fixed in respect of number of admission made by your institute. Otherwise the students admitted in these courses are liable to be discharged," NMC clarified.
"The onus of furnishing true, correct and authentic information is upon the College concerned and in case of furnishing of any wrong/ incorrect information it shall be open to NMC to initiate action as is permissible in law," the notice mentioned.
"In case of any difficulty in accessing NMC website an email may be sent to support.pg firstname.lastname@example.org and the Commission office shall revert within 02 working days to resolve the query/issue." it added.
National Medical Commission has been created by an act of Parliament namely National Medical Commission Act, 2019 in September, 2020. As per, Section 61(2) of National Medical Commission Act, 2019 "Notwithstanding the repeal of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956, the educational standards, requirements and other provision of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 and the rules and regulations made thereunder shall continue to be in force and operate till new standards or requirements are specified under this Act or the rules and regulations made thereunder."
Admission to the Postgraduate courses (PG Diploma, MD/MS, DM, & M.Ch) has to be made in accordance with provisions of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 and Postgraduate Medical Education Regulations, 2000. The Regulations framed by the Council have been held to be statutory, binding and mandatory in character by the Hon'ble Supreme Court in its various pronouncements.
The admission in various Postgraduate Medical Courses, the Medical College are required to ensure that the admission is in terms of the following parameters, based upon the judicial decisions and MCI/NMC Regulations:-
i) All admission are made only and exclusively through the National Eligibility-cum- Entrance test (NEET) conducted by the National Board of Examination.
ii) No admission is made beyond the sanctioned intake capacity.
iii) Procedure for selection candidates is in accordance with clause 9 of the Postgraduate Medical Education Regulations, 2000.
iv) No admission is permitted beyond the cut-off date specified in Regulations/decision of the Hon'ble Supreme Court.
v) The Postgraduate students undergoing Postgraduate Degree/Diploma/Super-Sociality course are paid stipend at per with the stipend being paid to the postgraduate student of State Government Medical Institutions/Central Government Medical Institutions in the State/ Union Territory where the institution is located.
The Medical College are required to ensure that all admission in courses of medicine fall within the purview of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956/NMC Act, 2019 and are strictly in accordance with merit and are made in a transparent and fair manner as envisaged in the Regulations. Any violation shall lead to discharge of the concerned students from the courses and such action against the concerned medical College/ Institution as in permissible in Law.
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