The National Medical Commission (NMC) has come into existence from September 25 as the apex regulator of medical education and profession in India. The NMC, with a new set of frameworks, aims to usher in major changes in the medical education sector. Let’s examine the relevance, provisions, and implications of this newly constituted medical regulatory body

Putting an end to the wait, National Medical Commission has appointed Dr Suresh Chandra Sharma as its chairman. Dr Suresh Chandra Sharma is the Professor and Head, ENT Head-Neck Surgery, AIIMS, New Delhi. Dr Sharma is the first chairman of the National Medical Commission, which is all set to replace the Medical Commission of India. […]

The Union Health Ministry has finalised the 25 members of the National Medical Commission. The members have been selected through a draw of lots from the nominations sent by the State Governments, Union territories and State medical councils. Once the NMC starts operating, the MCI will automatically get dissolved and the nearly 63-year-old Indian Medical […]

The healthcare system of India is always in the news for the wrong reasons. Most of our rural and poor population is denied good quality healthcare leaving them with the quacks. Despite being top in the area of pharmaceuticals, information technology, medical tourism, etc, India still lags when it comes to healthcare. Along with the […]