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MBBS students are no longer permitted to perform apprenticeships outside of the institution in which they are admitted beginning this year.
This announcement followed the issuance of the Draft Guidelines for Mandatory Rotating Apprenticeship 2021 by the National Medical Commission (NMC). Until this year, med students were able to perform ‘externships’ at some other institutions close to their residence or at institutions besides the one where they are enrolled. However, swaps toward other academic institutions for externships have been prohibited by the NMC.
According to a memo released on Monday, the MUHS addressed the situation and told applicants that they’d be required to conduct apprenticeships at the same institution. It was stated in the circular that “The opportunity made accessible to students till last year where one may undertake their apprenticeship in other institutes in India, including designated academic institutions in Maharashtra, is now being abolished,” said the MUHS circular.
Candidates must submit a twelve – month apprenticeship at the institution where they are registered.” Also see: NMC provides a standard policy for MBBS Yoga instruction to all medical institutions. “All Indian Medical Graduates should complete their full time of compulsory rotating internship training (CRMI) in the institute where they have sought and finished their Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS),” according to the NMC’s Draft Regulations for Compulsory Rotating Internship 2021, announced in July 2021. But, if any difficulties arise as a result of the present pandemic scenario, this apprenticeship can be accomplished in another NMC-approved medical college facility, according to a notice issued by the NMC in November.
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