Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health rejected bridge course and exit exams

Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health today rejected central government’s proposals to allow practitioners of alternative medicine to deal in modern medicines.

The panel headed by Samajwadi Party leader Ram Gopal Yadav suggested that states should be allowed to take up measures that could held enhance the capacity of Ayush experts, and added that bridge courses should not be made a mandatory provision in the present Bill.

The panel also suggested that the central government should consider using the MBBS final year examinations to assess medical graduates instead of conducting exit examinations as suggested in the Bill, and let also allow states to conduct the examination.

It also recommends mandatory rural posting for all MBBS doctors and prescribing a period of compulsory working in the country for Indian medical graduates and postgraduates to prevent them from leaving immediately after graduation

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  1. Thanks to all the members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee for taking these Two Bold decisions in the interest of the Homoeopathic Fraternity of India.

  2. It’s heartening to know that the Parliamentary Standing Committee,on Bridge Course for AYUSH Doctors,has finally rejected the Central Government proposal and thus they have
    SAVED the Homoeopathic Fraternity from
    a Disaster.Kudos for the members of the committee.

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