NMC taking action on Inadequate medical Institute 

The National Medical Commission (NMC) has denied admission for students to enrol in the MBBS and PG medical programmes offered at 3 main medical schools in Rajasthan for the academic year 2021-2022, citing serious inadequacies.

The Top medical authority has revoked clearance for 250 MBBS seats at Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital, 150 MBBS seats at Pacific Institute of Medical Sciences, and 150 MBBS seats at American International Institute of Medical Sciences, resulting in the loss of roughly 550 MBBS seats.

American Institute has lost recognition for PG medical seats in Pathology, Obstetrics and Gynecolog, Radio-Diagnosis, General Medicine, Opthalmology, BioChemistry, Community Medicine, 

Otorhinolaryngology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, General Surgery, Anesthesiology, Forensic Medicine and Orthopedics.

Geetanjali Medical College has lost recognition for PG Broad and Super Specialty courses, Pacific 

Institute has lost recognition for 6 MS (OBG) seats. Geetanjali Medical College and Hospital in Rajasthan was given approval to begin MBBS enrollment in 2008. Following that, the institution received approval from the officials to raise the number of seats from 150 to 250 in 2019.

Despite the fact that the college stated in a declaration that it had enough amenities, the Medical Assessment and Rating Board allegedly received multiple allegations over the years about fraudulent academics and substandard patients at the school. To verify, NMC conducted a surprise inspection on February 24, 2022 and discovered serious flaws, which contradicted the statements in the declaration.

This institution was determined to have a 38 percent faculty shortage. In reality, the shortfall was 50% or more in various departments, including Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, Forensic Medicine, Community Medicine, General Medicine, Orthopedics, and Emergency Medicine.

Despite the fact that the institution had filed a statement correcting these concerns, MARB stated in its letter to the college, “The response is inadequate and is rejected. After careful consideration, the NMC MARB has decided to withdraw the Certificate of Renewal of Permission issued for 250 MBBS seats, postgraduate seats in both Broad Specialties and Super Specialties for the academic year 2021-22, effective April 18, 2022. It was also suggested to the National Medical Commission that the college’s accreditation, which included Undergraduate, Postgrad, and Super-Specialty courses, be revoked.”


Similar situation has been seen for American Institute. In this case also, after receiving multiple complaints about the facility, NMC organised for a random check on February 24, 2022, and discovered severe flaws. Among the inadequacies were an insufficient number of professors and senior residents, a lower number of bed occupancy, and a severe lack of clinical content in several departments. It was noticed that all of the faults were serious and above 50%, and as a result, MARB said in its response to the college, “After careful consideration, the answer is insufficient and must be rejected.” The NMC MARB has decided to remove the letter of approval and cancel admissions into undergraduate 150 MBBS seats and postgraduate programmes for the educational year 2021-22, effective April 18, 22″


The Top Medical Regulator initiated this action after observing multiple severe problems in those three medical institutions. Inadequate faculty members and medical duty, problems in the logbook procedure, insufficient in-patient numbers, absence of consultants in out-patient departments, and a lack of basic infrastructure are among the issues.

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