Private Medical Colleges warn protest against Nepal Medical Council

2015-01-07

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Association of Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Nepal (APMDCN) today urged Nepal Medical Council (NMC) to create an environment for holding talks with all concerned stakeholders.

These include Tribhuvan Univeristy, Kathmandu University and others. 

The issue at hand is the new criteria set by NMC for student enrollment, number of seats for MD/MS and others program for the academic year 2014/15.

Press release of APMDCN said a meeting held between APMDCN and NMC on June 2 had decided to hold talks with the concerned to find some way out on the new criteria and students’ seat for MBBS and Post Graduate level (PG) and other issues within three days, but the talks did not happen.

APMDCN alleged that NMC had deducted seats for Nepalese and was promoting studies in foreign countries. It warned that if NMC failed to correct its decision, they would be forced to announce stern protest. 

Earlier Nepal Medical Council deducted MD, MS and  MDS seats of Various Medical/Dental Colleges.  READ THIS: 

Nepal Medical Council cut MD/MS Seats of various Medical Colleges