‘Do not travel to Pak for medical and dental training’ – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism


Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, 3rd May: The National Medical Commission (NMC) and Dental Council of India (DCI) have advised all concerned not to travel to Pakistan to pursue medical/dental studies.
According to the communiqués issued in this regard by the NMC Secretary and the DCI Secretary, any Indian Citizen/Overseas Citizen of India who intends to be admitted for MBBS/BDS or medical/dental course equivalent in any medical/dental college in Pakistan will not be eligible for appearing for FMGE/selection test or seeking employment in India on the basis of degrees (in any subject) acquired in Pakistan, exception of those who had joined colleges/academic institutions in Pakistan before December 2018 or later after obtaining security clearance from MHA till date.
“However, migrants and their children who have completed a medical/dental degree or higher education in Pakistan and obtained Indian citizenship would continue to be eligible to appear in FMGE/NEXT/screening test or seek employment in India after obtaining security clearance from MHA,” NMC and DCI said.

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