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MCI issues advisory on Land Requirements to Set up a Medical College


MCI issues advisory on Land Requirements to Set up a Medical College

Medical Council of India has issued an advisory Notice regarding land requirement for establishment of a New Medical College

Issued on 22/02/2017, the advisory laws down the requirements related to land that have to be fulfilled for establishing new medical colleges. According the Medical Council of India (MCI) advisory committee, Applicants aiming the establishment of new Medical College  should be fulfill the following requirements in order to set up a medical college.

(1) The land owned and possessed by them is in accordance with the Establishment of Medical College Regulations, 1999.

(2) The title of land is in the name of applicant – State Govt./University/ UT Govt./Trust/Society/Company.

(3) The title is clear, undisputed and there is no encumbrance on it

(4) The land is a single and contiguous piece of land. In case any relaxation as permissible in the Establishment of Medical College Regulations, 1999 is being sought, it must be stated in the application and in the Form-5 referred below.

(5) The applicant is required to submit certified copy of title deeds that should be certified by the Sub-Registrar Office where it is registered. In case, there are more than one title deed, an index should be provided mentioning:

Sr. No. Registered in the name of Registered with the Sub-Registrar Office of with the Sub-Registrar Office of Registration No./Date and Document No. Survey No. {Khasra No.} Land Area in acres

(6) The applicant should submit English Translation of the certified title deed in case it is in vernacular /regional language. The English Translation should be attested by Public Notary.

(7) The applicant should ensure that it owns and possesses the land on the date of making application with clear title deed in its favour

(8) The applicant should ensure that it has obtained all relevant statutory clearance from the concerned authorities for making construction on the land under reference.

(9) The applicant should ensure that it has obtained conversion certificate from agriculture to non-agricultural land wherever required as per the land-use requirement under State law

(10) The applicant should ensure that it has obtained environmental clearance if so required under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.

(11) The applicant should submit with the application a Form 5 which is the “Certificate of District Collector/District Magistrate/Deputy Commissioner of the District or the Competent Authority so designated by the State Government in which the applicant seeks to establish Medical College. The format of this Certificate has been included in the in the Establishment of Medical College Regulations, 1999 vide amendment notified in the Official Gazette on 19.10.2015.

(12) Non-governmental applicants are requested to also submit Due Diligence Format from an Advocate. The suggested format is Annexed as Annexure-1. The area of the land must be stated in acres in these certificates

(13) The Council may at its discretion request the applicant to furnish any other information/document to enable it to process the application

(14) The State Government and the concerned University are also requested to ensure that while granting Essentiality Certificate and Consent of Affiliation that the applicant is meeting the requirement of land as laid down in the Establishment of Medical Regulations, 1999. The Establishment of Medical College Regulations, 1999 is available on the website of MCI.

Read the full MCI advisory Notice

 


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