New Delhi : Following notices from University Grants Commission (UGC) and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) asking students not to be admitted to any university in Pakistan, the National Medical Commission (NMC) has issued a notice to Indian students not to be asked. To be admitted in medical college of Pakistan.
“Everyone concerned is being advised not to travel to Pakistan for medical education.
“Any Indian citizen / Indian foreign national who wants to be admitted to any medical college in Pakistan for MBBS / BDS or equivalent medical course will not be eligible to attend FMGE or look for a job in India on the basis of educational qualifications. He joined Pakistan Degree College / Institution before or after getting security clearance from MHA till today, ”said a public notice issued on April 29.
FMGE / NEXT (Foreign Medical Graduation Exam / National Exit Exam) is a licensing exam for students to practice in India.
However, immigrants and their children who have a medical degree or higher education in Pakistan and have been granted citizenship by India will be considered eligible to appear for FMGE / NEXT or to seek employment in India after obtaining security clearance from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). ), It added.
The public notice issued by the NMC came just days after the UGC and AICTE, through a joint consultation, requested Indian students not to enroll in any college or educational institution in Pakistan, failing which they would not be eligible for employment or higher education. This country.